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Amherst Island Collection
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(Ontario: Marine Museum of the Great Lakes at Kingston),
Source: db.library.queensu.ca
Interviews conducted in 1986 about the history of Amherst Island. Includes references to schooner Annie Falconer, lost near the island in 1904. English. Open.
(Ontario: Marine Museum of the Great Lakes at Kingston),
Source: db.library.queensu.ca
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Assumption University Archives Collection
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(Ontario: University of Windsor),
Source: www.assumptionu.ca
Interviews recorded in 1980 with four former teachers at Assumption College and Assumption University. Fr. James Alexander Donion, S.S.B., former Pastor of Assumption Church, Fr. Ernest Joseph Lajeunesse, C.S.B., Friar J. Stanley Murphy, C.S.B., founder of the Assumption University Christian Culture series, and Fr...
(Ontario: University of Windsor),
Source: www.assumptionu.ca
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Barbara Anne Keddy Collection
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(Nova Scotia: Nova Scotia. Public Archives),
Source: archives.novascotia.ca
Interviews conducted between 1982 and 1988 by Barbara Anne Keddy for doctoral and post-doctoral research on the topics : "Social History of Nursing in Nova Scotia in the 1930s"
(Nova Scotia: Nova Scotia. Public Archives),
Source: archives.novascotia.ca
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Benevolent Irish Society Collection
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(Prince Edward Island: University of Prince Edward Island. Robertson Library),
Source: www.upei.ca
Uncatalogued interviews conducted ca. 1983, containing material on the Benevolent Irish Society of P.E.I. English. Permission from Society required for duplication.
(Prince Edward Island: University of Prince Edward Island. Robertson Library),
Source: www.upei.ca
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Bradford West Gwillimbury Local History Collection
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(Ontario: Bradford Public Library. Local History Room),
Source: archives.bradford.library.on.ca
Interviews conducted since 1991. Life history interviews emphasizing family life, in which interviewees discuss their parents ad siblings, births, marriages and deaths, where the family lived, jobs (skills, trades), description of agricultural activity if applicable, church, school, and special events. The project...
(Ontario: Bradford Public Library. Local History Room),
Source: archives.bradford.library.on.ca
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Bruce Batchelor Collection
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(Yukon Territory: Yukon Archives),
Source: www.pac.gov.yk.ca
Interviews conducted between January 1976 and April 1977 with people in various communities (Jean Legare, Jeff Rushant, Danny Roberts, Abby Roberts, Roger Mendelsohn, Janet Prenty). They discuss wilderness life in the Yukon, skinning animals, living in the woods and dog sled expeditions. English. Open. Inventory e...
(Yukon Territory: Yukon Archives),
Source: www.pac.gov.yk.ca
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Calvin Collection
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(Ontario: Marine Museum of the Great Lakes at Kingston),
Source: db.library.queensu.ca
Interview conducted in 1986 about the Tree Line Navigation Company, concerning also the lumber trade. English. Open.
(Ontario: Marine Museum of the Great Lakes at Kingston),
Source: db.library.queensu.ca
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Canadian Gay Archives Collection
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(Ontario: ArQuives),
Source: arquives.ca
Sound recordings have not been fully processed
(Ontario: ArQuives),
Source: arquives.ca
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Darlene J. Comfort Collection
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(Alberta: University of Alberta. Archives),
Source: www.ualberta.ca
Darlene J. Comfort moved to Fort McMurray, Alberta in 1968. In addition to several articles, she has published three books on the history of Fort McMurray: Meeting Place of Many Waters: A History of Fort McMurray (1973-1974)
(Alberta: University of Alberta. Archives),
Source: www.ualberta.ca
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Dawson City Museum Collection
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(Yukon Territory: Dawson City Museum),
Source: www.pac.gov.yk.ca
interviews recorded in 1978 and 1979, musty concerning Dawson City. Interview conducted after the flood of 1979 by Sally Robinson of the Museum, with Agnes Shaw, Mac Munroe and Lil Munroe, who identify buildings and areas in Dawson City, and former residents of existing buildings. Interview conducted by Eleanor Mi...
(Yukon Territory: Dawson City Museum),
Source: www.pac.gov.yk.ca
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