Randolph Pashe

Randolph Pashe was born in 1946 in Portage La Prairie to Agnes Chaske and Andre Pashe. He lived at the Old Sioux Village Reserve until 1970 when he moved to the Dakota Tipi First Nation, Manitoba, Canada. He attended the Prince Charles School in Portage la Prairie. For the past 14 years, he has worked as a certified alcoholism counselor on the reserve. He is said to be a direct descendant of Chief Sitting Bull.


Randolph Pashe | Oral History
Theme: Hopes for the Future
Topics: Dakota Hopes for the Future
Keywords: Identity
Oral History- Interview | Narrator Randolph Pashe Interviewer Deborah Locke in Dakota Tipi First Nation Manitoba, Canada | Wednesday, January 18, 2012

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