Native American Authors
Jean Cuthand Goodwill
Jean Goodwill was born and raised on Little Pine Reserve near Paynton, Saskatchewan. Goodwill was a Canadian government official who, since 1971, had been coordinator of Native Youth and Native Women’s Programs. She was also co-editor of Indian News and Tawow, the first Canadian Indian cultural magazine.
Online resources by or about Jean Cuthand Goodwill:
In memory of Jean Goodwill 1928-1997
Author: Aboriginal Nurses Association of Canada
Description: From Northernlight’s Special Collection is this excerpt from an April 2000 memorial article about Goodwill, from the magazine “Aboriginal Nurse”. The full text is available for purchase through this page.
Author: Saskatchewan Indian
Description: From the March 1989 issue of the magazine “Saskatchewan Indian” are several profiles of Indian women, including one of Jean Goodwill.
Books by Jean Cuthand Goodwill:
Goodwill, Jean Cuthand. John Tootoosis : biography of a Cree leader
Ottawa : Golden Dog Press, 1982.
Goodwill, Jean Cuthand. John Tootoosis
Winnipeg : Pemmican Publications, 1984.
Genre: Oral History
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