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Series consists of
Series part of
1. Field Office Records, Agency Records, Lesser Slave Lake Alberta Agency [textual records]
2. Field Office Records, Agency Records, Lesser Slave Lake Alberta Agency [textual records]
3. [Maps and drawings pertaining to the Lesser Slave Lake Agency] [cartographic material, architectural drawing] (114-000003-9)
Place of creation
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18 maps some blueline prints, some on tracing paper 74 x 83 cm or smaller.
4 architectural drawings 60 x 93 cm or smaller.
Language of material
Scope and content
Series consists of records created and/or maintained by the Lesser Slave Lake Agency. The series includes general operational records, central registry files, and accounts.
The series also contains a number of maps, survey plans and construction blueprints pertaining to Lesser Slave Lake.
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2000010319 Item no. assigned by LAC 1 -- 22
Copyright belongs to the Crown.
Cartographic material: Copyright belongs to the Crown. Credit Library and Archives Canada.
Architectural, technical drawings: Copyright belongs to the Crown. Credit Library and Archives Canada.
Cartographic material Paper, finding aid is available in the main reference room. RG10M 912005. 90 (Paper)
Architectural, technical drawings Paper, finding aid is available in the main reference room. RG10M 912005. 90 (Paper)
Biography / Administrative history
The Lesser Slave Lake Agency was responsible for bands in the Treaty 8 region of northern Alberta, northeastern BC, and northwestern Saskatchewan. The first agent was appointed on 21 January 1908. Over the years the administrative responsibilities of the agency were reduced with the creation of the Fort Vermillion and Fort St. John agencies to deal with bands located in northwestern Alberta and northeastern BC, respectively. On 11 January 1974 the agency became the Lesser Slave Lake District. Finding aid 10-12: Guide to Indian Bands and Agencies in Western Canada, 1871-1959.
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1. 912005 CA
4. RG10M 912005
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