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Whyte Museum Oral History Programme (collection)

  • CA WHYTE whyte-708
  • Collection
  • 1967-1989

Fonds includes recordings of interviews, events, broadcasts, meetings, notes, readings and slide shows produced by and for the Archives of the Whyte Museum. I. Interviews with numerous individuals and groups of individuals. See subject headings for names. II. Events: dedication of Margaret Greenham Theatre; ceremony re Catharine Robb Whyte adoption in Stoney Tribe; Earth Day programme at Margaret Greenham Theatre; dedication of Mt. Jimmy Simpson; dedication of Edouard Deville historic site; Back to Banff Day, 10th anniversary; Louis Trono 75th birthday. III. Broadcasts re: Murray Adaskin, George Clutesi, Allan Jarvis, Kootenay River raft trip, Ottawa Ski Club, Helen Shandruk, Siri Strom, Springtime in the Rockies, Village Lake Louise Project, water pollution, Waterton area. IV. Meetings: Bow Valley Naturalists; National and Provincial Parks Association conference; Indian- Eskimo Conference re George Clutesi. V. Notes by Maryalice Stewart re: Cyril Fuller, Al Johnston, Maude Kidney, Norman Knight, Ulysses LaCasse. VI. Readings by: Ray Bagley, Earle Birney, Jon Whyte. VII. Slide shows: Jon Whyte slide show commentary re Peter and Catharine Whyte. Interviews and recordings were made by Maryalice Harvey Stewart, Elizabeth Rummel, Jon Whyte, E. J. (Ted) Hart, Sue Davies and others.

Whyte Museum Oral History Programme

Tom Watrous' Grey Owl collection

  • CA GLEN glen-2517
  • Collection
  • 1931-1993

The collection consists of a photocopy of the diary kept by Grey Owl while he was a warden at Riding Mountain National Park in 1931; National Parks Service correspondence (1931-1958) concerning his service; Parks Canada reports concerning the restoration of his cabins in Riding Mountain and Prince Albert National Parks; materials related to Watrous's research and lectures concerning Grey Owl; and slides of Grey Owl and his wife Anahareo.

Watrous, Tom

Trails of the Prairie Provinces Research Project collection

  • CA GLEN glen-2538
  • Collection
  • 1962

The collection consists of research files, and final reports, including maps, on the trails of each province. The reports document the Blackfoot Trail, Boundary Commission Trail, Calgary-Edmonton Trail, Fort Walsh-Qu'Appelle Trail, Macleod Trail, Missouri Trail, Old Wives Trail, Peace River-Yukon Trail, Red River Settlement Trail, Red River Trail, Whoop-Up-Fort Benton Trail, and other trails.

Trails of the Prairie Provinces Research Project

David Clark Collection

  • CA PAA paa-7617
  • Collection
  • [ca. 1905]

The fonds consists of a photograph album with twenty-four photographs of the North West Territories (Alberta and Saskatchewan) and Manitoba, featuring trains, riverboats, picnics, parades, a fire brigade, natives and native encampments, Doukabors, mining, a hotel, the St. Andrew's Lockport bridge, Countess Grey, and a toboggan slide.

Clark, David

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. North Service Broadcast Recordings collection

  • CA GLEN glen-2650
  • Collection
  • 1980-1992

The collection consists of recordings featuring these musicians amongst others: Charles Adams, Colin Adjun, David and Dorothy Aglukark, Etulu and Susan Aningmiuq, Juupie Arnaituk, Terry Cousineau, Ron Dillman, Etulu Etidlouie, Norman Glowich, David Gon, Anita Issaluk, Manfred Janssen, Hank Karr, Joe Loutchan, Charlie Panigoniak, William Tagoona, Mary Thompson, Alexis Utatnaq, and Jim Vautour.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

Geoff Burtonshaw's Métis Genealogy Research collection

  • CA GLEN glen-2653
  • Collection
  • 1794-1994, predominant 1875-1992

The collection consists of photocopies of Métis genealogical research material collected by Burtonshaw from such sources as Library and Archives Canada, various libraries and churches, and personal contacts. Includes a complete run of "The Métis Newsletter" as well as Métis Researcher lists compiled by Burtonshaw. Burtonshaw's personal memoirs "I Remember" are included. Also includes photographs of Manitoba and Geoff's hometown of Valpoy, Barkerville and the Cariboo country of British Columbia, Fort Simpson, Hay River, Nahanni, Batoche, the Fidler family reunion, etc.

Burtonshaw, Geoff

George Bruchet collection

  • CA GLEN glen-366
  • Collection
  • 1877-1910

The collection consists of photographs of native people, Mounted Police, pioneers and ranchers in the Lethbridge area; and invoices for goods purchased by Dave Akers at Fort Whoop-Up, Alberta (1877-1881).

Bruchet, George

George First Rider Oral History Project collection

  • CA GLEN glen-946
  • Collection
  • 1973-1976

The collection consists of recordings of First Rider and edited translations. RECORDINGS RELATED TO THE FOLLOWING FAMILIES/INDIVIDUALS ARE ALSO IN THIS COLLECTION. SEE INVENTORY FOR DETAILS: Barrel Maker, Bear Hat, Big Beaver, Brown, Bull Horn, Calf Shirt, Curly Hair, Delaney, Dog Child, Fox, Gladstone, Ghost Chest, Good Old Man, Heavy Head, Hoof, L'Hirondelle, Low Horn, Manyfingers, Mistaken Chief, Owns Many Horses, Shot-on-both-Sides, Small Face, Striped Wolf, Swan Old Man, Three Guns, Weasel Head, White Scap, Wolf Child, and Wolf Plume.

First Rider, George

Esplanade Archives Photograph collection

  • MED med-515
  • Collection
  • 1880-[200-]

The collection consists of various archival materials pertinent to the institution's mandate including: photograph of 1953 Medicine Hat Orioles Women's Baseball Team, Medicine Hat City Band (1919) and various views of Medicine Hat.

Esplanade Archives, collector

Culbertson Tract Land Claim collection

  • ON00397 TD/CTLC
  • Collection
  • 2007

This collection comprises documents received in response to an Access to Information request addressed to Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) by the Corporation of the Town of Deseronto, Ontario, in 2008. The request asked for copies of documentation submitted as part of the Culbertson Tract land claim of the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte and upon which the decision to allow the claim had been based.

The documents in this collection are all photocopies of materials located in public archives in Canada. The materials range in date from 1779 to 1959 and record the interactions between the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte and the British and Canadian governments, in relation to lands, from the time of their departure from the Mohawk Valley to the mid-twentieth century.

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