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Robert Reid letter

  • PANB MC411
  • Fonds
  • Photocopied 1981

The letter from Robert Reid to Adam Smith is a record of Robert Reid's experiences and recollections as he travelled overland from Baie des Chaleur to Halifax, Nova Scotia in mid-winter in the company of some aboriginal people.

Reid, Robert, ca. 1732-1828

Raymond P. Gorham

  • PANB MC211
  • Fonds
  • 1820-1946, microfilmed [after 1981]

This fonds documents the professional career and personal activities of Raymond P. Gorham. It includes correspondence, biographical information, education memorabilia, photographs, maps, plans, pamphlets, and materials pertaining to the Cathedral Men's Club, the Natural History Society of New Brunswick, and the Canadian Society of Technical Agriculturalists.

The fonds also includes research materials, articles, essays, and papers on a variety of subjects -- entomology, science, Maritime pre-history, local history (University of New Brunswick, city of Fredericton, parish of Kingston, Kincardine settlement), ecclesiastical history (Anglican Church), and agricultural history. Gorham also compiled genealogical information on the Gorham, Allen, Fowler, Francis, Giles, Hoyt, Ingraham, Kierstead, Lyman, Lyon, Merritt, Murray, Paddock, Perkins, Perley, Prince, Raymond, and Paul families.

Lastly, the fonds contains a typescript copy of "The development of agricultural organization in Upper and Lower Canada during the period before Confederation," written by R. P. Gorham and dated May 1933.

The maps and plans have been transferred to the Map Section. The photographs are located in P118.

Gorham, Raymond Paddock, 1885-1946

Articles of submission and agreement signed at Boston…

  • PANB MC188
  • Fonds
  • Photocopied [197?]

This document is a photocopy of the renewed treaty and contains the text of the 1725 treaty with additional ratifications and signatures. Several of the native delegates have signed with totems.

Sunbury County, Nova Scotia. Governor

Chief John Julian family

  • PANB MC61
  • Fonds
  • Photocopied and microfilmed April 1983

The fonds contains a licence of occupation, investiture of hereditary chiefdom, survey records, maps, and correspondence concerning the Mi'kmaq of the northern Miramichi.

Julian, Chief John, ca. 1720-1805

Indian Affairs Collection

  • CA UNB MG H 54
  • Fonds
  • 1761 - 1864; predominant 1800 - 1845

This collection contains 90 original documents, dealing with issues concerning the Natives of New Brunswick during the 18th and 19th centuries. Included are a number of documents dealing with land disputes between the Natives and the settlers, appointing Native Chiefs and Captains, listing the names of Natives living in various regions, assuring the neutrality of the Natives during the War of 1812, and petitioning for relief for various Native families. There are also a series of French language documents which, in addition to dealing with Native issues, also focus on land disputes between Acadians and the Government. Documents are in the form of personal and official correspondence, reports, maps, certificates, petitions and lists. Of particular note is a Treaty of Peace and Friendship between the President of His Majesty's Council and the Chief of the Jedaick Tribe of Natives at Halifax, in the Province of Nova Scotia or Acadia, 25 June 1761.

Arrangement is chronological.

E. Tappan Adney

  • CA UNB MG H 22
  • Fonds
  • 1893-1950, predominant 1940-1950

This fonds contains largely original material documenting E. Tappan Adney's long involvement in the affairs of native people in New Brunswick, particularly the Maliseet. It includes information about treaty rights, New Brunswick court cases involving native rights, the historical development of reserves, and the 1947 review of the Indian Act.

This fonds contains correspondence, newspaper clippings, reports, briefs, submissions, notes, and copies of published articles, treaties, speeches, proclamations, and "deeds". It also includes several photos, prints, sketches, and watercolours. Some materials are typescripts.

There is also a microfilmed copy of Adney's diary covering his first trip to New Brunswick (30 June 1887 to 28 February 1889) as well as his diary covering his second trip to New Brunswick and first trip to Nova Scotia (July to November 1890).

Adney, Tappan, 1868-1950

Sackville photograph

  • MtA 32
  • Collection
  • [194-?]

Collection consists of photographs of people and scenery of the Sackville, New Brunswick, area, including: the bridge over the Tantramar River; Marshlands Inn; The Old Marine Hospital; Indian woman in native dress; Indian man in native dress; photograph inscribed, "The home of R.B. Bennett's Grandfather, Captain David Stiles, at Hopewell Hill, N.B. Here his grandmother came as a bride of seventeen, and here Lord Bennett was born." scenes of the Copper Mine, Dorchester, New Brunswick; James M. Palmer, individual photograph. Five of the photographs were taken by R.H. Smith, Sackville.

Unknown photographer (Sackville, N.B.)

William Odber Raymond

  • CA MNBM F 1 - F 4 - S 98
  • Fonds
  • 1837-1917

This fonds consists of: Correspondence with Dr. William F. Ganong, A.R. Hay, Victor R. Paltsits, Tappan Adney, Samuel Leonard Tilley, J. Vroom. Notes re Acadia, Loyalists, New Brunswick settlements, Elias Hardy, Dr. Peter Huggeford, Dr. John Caleff, William Fisher, Charles Rainsford; Manuscript copies of "Old Times in New Brunswick"; Religious material including transcriptions of: the Parish register Aukpaque (Aucpaque) kept by Charles Francois Bailly, 1767-1768; letters of Rev. L. Claire; register of baptisms kept by Rev. John Beardsley on a missionary tour between Maugerville and Woodstock, 1789; There are also letters from Bishop Medley and his wife Margaret and notes on St. John's Church (Stone) and Rev. N.A. Coster.

Raymond, William Odber, 1853-1923

Sussex Indian Academy

  • CA MNBM ID272
  • Fonds
  • 1796-1833

This fonds consists of correspondence and other material of the Indian Academy, 1786-1832. There are returns of scholars 1808-1809, 1813, 1825, and receipts re: payments and supplies, 1808-1826.

Indian Academy (Sussex, N.B.)

Tappan Adney

  • CA MNBM ID1665
  • Fonds
  • 1934-1944

This fonds consists of archaeological plans of prehistoric campsites on the Saint John River between Woodstock and the Tobique and notes on his archaeological research. There is a ornithological notebook of birdsongs heard in Woodstock in the spring migration of 1934-1937. There are also press clippings and a letter from Chief William Saulis of the Tobique reservation, concerning Adney's work on native peoples, and a biographical article from "Time" magazine, 1944.

Adney, Edwin Tappan, 1868-1950 (NB Museum)

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