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Maria Campbell
Date Note
birth April 26, 1940
External Remarks
"Maria Campbell (born April 26, 1940 near Athlone, Edmonton) is a Métis author, playwright, broadcaster, filmmaker, and Elder. Campbell is a fluent speaker of four languages: Cree, Michif, Saulteaux, and English. Park Valley is located 80 miles northwest of Prince Albert"--Wikipedia entry for Maria Campbell (viewed July 29, 2016)



Artist’s physical folder is filed alphabetically in the Native American Artists Resource Collection under the following name:
Campbell, Maria
Found 14 record(s)
Available ActionsCitationPagesPublication DateArtist Citation NotesWebsite
. "Maria Campbell, Originator of First Nations Women in Film and Theatre". First Nations Drum, June 2016. 2016.10-112016Biographical article in celebration of Aboriginal Day.
. ACHIMOONA. (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada: Fifth House). 1985.vii-x, Introduction1985
. Native American Authors Distribution Project: Winter 1988/89 Book List. (Greenfield Center, New York: Greenfield Review Press). 1988.21988
Acoose, Janice. "Halfbreed: a Revisiting of Maria Campbell's Text From an Indigenous Perspective". In LOOKING FOR WORDS OF OUR PEOPLE: FIRST NATION ANALYSIS OF LITERATURE, edited by Jeanette Armstrong (Penticton, British Columbia: Theytus Books Ltd). 1983.139-1501983
Bataille, Gretchen and Kathleen Mullen Sands. "The Long Road Back: Maria Campbell". In AMERICAN INDIAN WOMEN: TELLING THEIR LIVES, (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press,). 1984.113-1261984
Campbell, Maria. "My Father". In IN VOICES UNDER ONE SKY: CONTEMPORARY NATIVE LITERATURE edited by Trish Fox Roman. (Freedom, CA: The Crossing Press). 1994.82-871994
Campbell, Maria. "The Little People". In NATIVE AMERICAN LITERATURE: A BRIEF INTRODUCTION AND ANTHOLOGY by Gerald Vizenor . (New York: Harper Collins College Publications). 1995.71, 76-781995
Campbell, Maria. HALF BREED. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart. 1973.1973
Campbell, Maria. PEOPLE OF THE BUFFALO: HOW THE PLAINS INDIANS LIVED. Buffalo: Firefly Books. 1995.1995
Campbell, Maria, Doreen Jensen, Joy Asham Fedorick, Jaune Quick-To-See Smith, Jeannette Armstrong, and Lee Maracle. GIVE BACK. North Vancouver, BC, Canada: Gallerie Publications. 1992.1992
Damm, Kateri. "Dispelling and Telling: Speaking Native Realities in Maria Campbell's Half Breed and Beatrice Culleton's In Search of April Raintree". In LOOKING FOR WORDS OF OUR PEOPLE: FIRST NATION ANALYSIS OF LITERATURE. Edited by Jeannette Armstong. (Penticton, British Columbia, Theytus Books Ltd.). 1993.139-1501993
Selinger, Bernard. "Campbell, Maria (1940-)". In: Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan (http://esask.uregina.ca/). URL: http://esask.uregina.ca/entry/campbell_maria_1940-.html. 1995.1995Internet resource (viewed July 29, 2016)View
Sonneborn, Liz. A to Z of Native American Women. New York, New York: Facts on File. 1998.25-261998In series: Encyclopedia of Women
Wikipedia contributors. "Maria Campbell". In: Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/). URL: https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Maria_Campbell&oldid=730320561. 7/18/2016.7/18/2016Maria Campbell in Wikipedia (viewed July 29, 2016)View

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