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1. Mi'kmaq Holdings Resource Guide
Nova Scotia Archives & Records Management
The resource guide comprises a database which includes documentation relating to the Mi’kmaq in Nova Scotia dispersed throughout the Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management holdings, in all formats - textual records, photographs, maps, documentary art, sound recordings, moving images, print mate...
2. Chiefs & Councillors, Woodstock Band
Carleton County GenWeb
Names of chiefs and councillors of Woodstock Band since 1913.
3. United Church Archives
United Church Archives
The United Church supports a network of archival repositories. This page gives a link to the Web sites of each archives in the network. The All Native Circle Conference does not have an archival program, but its address is given on this page.
4. Home Page, Algoma District GenWeb
Algoma District GenWeb
This page offers convenient access to all GenWeb resources for this area of the province of Ontario. Links are organized by type of resource.
5. Home Page, Brant County GenWeb
Brant County GenWeb
This page offers convenient access to all GenWeb resources for this area of the province of Ontario. Links are organized by type of resource.
6. Home Page, Cochrane District GenWeb
Cochrane District GenWeb
This page offers convenient access to all GenWeb resources for this area of the province of Ontario. Links are organized by type of resource.
7. Mi'kmaq Resource Centre
Mi'kmaq Resource Centre
The Mi'kmaq Resource Centre is part of the Mi'kmaq College Institute, University College of Cape Breton. The Centre houses documents such as academic theses, articles and scholarly papers, books, and cultural artifacts unique to Aboriginal history, consolidated and accessible in one location.
8. 1877 Indian Reserve Commission Census (IRC)
Living Landscapes
An index to the 1877 census returns of the aboriginals of the southern interior of British Columbia.
9. 1877 Oblates of Mary Immaculate Census (OMI)
Living Landscapes
An index to the 1877 census of the aboriginals of Head of the Lake, Okanagan Mission and Spallumcheen.
10. Children of Fort Langley
The children of Fort Langley
Fort Langley was a Hudson's Bay Company fur fort located in the Columbia District on Fraser's River. Between 1827 and 1895, approximately 108 men lived and worked at the three fort sites. This Web site, which is maintained by their descendants, attempts to gather as much information about them as ...
11. Jesuits Relations and the History of New France
Library and Archives Canada
These missionary texts are one of the major sources of information about the early years of French colonization in North America. This site provides a digitized copy of «The Jesuit Relations and allied documents : travels and explorations of the Jesuit missionaries in New France, 1610-1791» in the ...
12. Micmac & Maliseet Vital Statistics
Micmac - Maliseet Institute
This database contains records of the baptisms, marriages and deaths of Maliseet and Micmac people living in New Brunswick.
13. Tyendinaga Territory Public Library
Tyendinaga Territory Public Library
Genealogy research and reconstruction of Tyendinaga Mohawk families is an on-going, long term project at Kanhiote.
14. Aboriginal Documentary Heritage
Library and Archives Canada
This Web exhibition recounts first-hand information illustrating the complex and often contentious relationship between the Canadian government and Canada's Aboriginal people from the late 1700s to the mid-20th century.
15. Paroisse Saint-Louis de Kamouraska : Généalogie: baptêmes, mariages, et sépultures classés par année
Hervé Voyer - Village de Kamouraska
Transcriptions of the parish registers of Saint-Louis de Kamouraska ( baptisms, marriages and burials).
16. Index to the 1744 Quebec City Census
Awesome Genealogy Life in the Past Lane
Transcription of the Quebec City census returns for the year 1744. The list is alphabetical by family name and indicates aboriginal ancestry when applicable.
17. Les cimetières de Quebec, par Pierre-Georges Roy
Our roots Canada's local histories online
Digitized images of the book 'Les cimetières de Québec', by Pierre-Georges Roy. It contains some burial lists and covers other religious denominations than Roman Catholic.
18. St. Joseph's Mission in Williams Lake, British Columbia
Rootsweb Ancestry
Chonological history of St. Joseph's Mission and alphabetical listing of burials; it gives some information about St. Joseph's Residential School and contact information for obtaining records from the Bishop's Office in Kamloops, British Columbia.
19. Microform Digitization
Library and Archives Canada
Online access to digitized images of the microform collection of Library and Archives Canada.

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