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Description found in Archives
Series consists of
Series part of
Place of creation
No place, unknown, or undetermined
Scope and content
Series consists of largely of general operational files concerning Indian education of band members in the Miramichi and St. John River Agencies, as well as some files from various other bands across Canada. In addition, there exist estate files, files dealing with pensions, and Veteran's Land Act, land sales, statistics, surveys and reserves, union-management consultation, public assistance, historical documents from the St. Croix Indian reserve, funeral expenses, teachers certificates, information services, meetings, and Parliament inquiries.
Copyright belongs to the Crown.
Finding aid 10-121 is a typed file list. 10-121 (Paper)
Biography / Administrative history
Following the creation of the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development in 1966, agencies were joined to form larger administrative units called districts. The Miramichi and St. John River Agencies merged to form the New Brunswick District Office effective July 1, 1971. This District Office governed the administration of fifteen different bands under the two agencies of the Miramichi and St. John River. Regional Administrative Histories, 1958-1990, (Bands, Agencies, Districts). Unpublished draft in the possession of the RG10 archivist, prepared by Peter Kiefl et al.
Related control no.
2. 1987-88/001 GAD
3. 87-0073-01 HFRC
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