Treaty Elders of Saskatchewan: Our Dream is That Our Peoples Will One Day Be Clearly Recognized as Nations examines the treaty relationship in Saskatchewan as understood by the Elders. After interviewing 160 Saskatchewan Elders, the authors have organized the findings into understandings of the spiritual principles of peace and sharing as these make up the concepts of kinship, governance, and right to livelihood. Authors Harold Cardinal (1945-2005) and Walter Hildebrandt have painstakingly worked with the Elders and translators to ensure the accurate English translations of the key concepts of treaty understandings. In Saskatchewan there are five specific treaties made with Assiniboine, Dene, Cree, Dakota and Saulteaux Nations. Treaties 4, 5, 6, 8, and 10 are explored and the background to these agreements is described from First Nations' perspectives. Using the languages and key concepts of these various First Nations Elders, the book effectively incorporates extensive quotes from identified Elders. The book includes a map, bibliography, glossary of terms, and 58 colour photographs of contemporary Elders as well as 38 archival images of the treat signings and historical Elders. This is a recommended middle level and high school resource book for Saskatchewan Education.