Nova Scotia Archives

Mi'kmaq Holdings Resource Guide

Library Holdings

Intended to complement and provide context for the archival holdings at Nova Scotia Archives, the Library includes many unique and rare titles and in its scope and content, covers all aspects of Nova Scotia history. Nearly 300 titles relate directly to the Mi'kmaq, and have been entered into a special Library Database created for the Mi'kmaq Holdings Resource Guide.

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J.A. Irvine — Mi'kmaq guides from Bear River at camp near Weymouth, N.S.Encampments and Buildings (ca. 1893) — Nova Scotia Archives Library Photo Drawer - Indians - Micmac Guides

J.A. Irvine — Isaac Sack in front of wigwam, Nova Scotia Provincial ExhibitionEncampments and Buildings (1906) — Nova Scotia Archives Library Album 35, no. 86

"Indian Church in Millbrook Micmac Reservation"Encampments and Buildings (ca. 1960) — Nova Scotia Archives Library Photo Drawer - Places - Hilden

Clara Dennis — "Big Harbour Island, Malagawatch, Indian School"Encampments and Buildings (ca. 1930) — Nova Scotia Archives Library accession 1981-541 no. 373CB

Walter Kauzman — "Micmac wigwams, Nova Scotia"Encampments and Buildings (ca. 1863- ca. 1873) — Nova Scotia Archives Library accession no. 1989-268, no. 15

A.R. Cogswell — Mi'kmaq group in ceremonial dress of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuriesEncampments and Buildings (ca. 1890- ca. 1895) — Nova Scotia Archives Library accession no. 1992-414, no.72

Historic Restoration Society of Annapolis County — "Indian Camp with Sim Pictou"Encampments and Buildings () — Nova Scotia Archives Library accession no. 1985-514

Joseph S. Rogers — Mi'kmaq encampment at Tuft's Cove, Halifax CountyEncampments and Buildings (ca. 1871) — Nova Scotia Archives Library Rogers' Photographic Advertising Album, 1871, p. 18

Dr. Jeremiah Lonecloud, profileFamily and Friends (1929) — Nova Scotia Archives Library Photo Drawer - Indians - Lonecloud, Jeremiah

W.L. Bishop — "Indian Encampment" outside Dartmouth, NSFamily and Friends (ca. 1900) — Nova Scotia Archives Library accession no. 1983-240, no. 133

Helen Creighton — "Whycocomagh Indians Aug 19"Family and Friends (1920) — Nova Scotia Archives Library accession no. 1987-178, no. 181

Helen Creighton — "Indians who came for treatment"Family and Friends (1920) — Nova Scotia Archives Library accession no. 1987-173, no. 182

Edith Read — Mi'kmaq group with baskets in front of wigwam, ChesterFamily and Friends (ca. 1910) — Nova Scotia Archives Library accession no. 1996-78, no. 59

Joseph S. Rogers — Mi'kmaq woman, seated, on studio floorFamily and Friends (ca. 1863- ca. 1873) — Nova Scotia Archives Library Photo Drawer - Indians - Micmac woman

Joseph S. Rogers — Mi'kmaq man, seated, with a walking stickFamily and Friends (ca. 1863- ca. 1873) — Nova Scotia Archives Library Photo Drawer - Indians - Micmac man

"Bear River Reservation. Sunday after Mass. Indian Congregation and Chapel."Family and Friends (ca. 1893) — Nova Scotia Archives Library Album 43, no. 2, # 3

"Johnny McEwen's family"Family and Friends (ca. 1893) — Nova Scotia Archives Library Album 43, no. 2, # 5

"Tuesday 9th, Indian Guides, Lake Jolly, Wright's Mill"Family and Friends (ca. 1893) — Nova Scotia Archives Library Album 43, no. 1, # 5

Robert Norwood — "Old Indian Woman near Moose River Rd, 1950's"Family and Friends (195-) — Nova Scotia Archives Library accession no. 1987-480, no. 403

Mi'kmaq campFamily and Friends (ca. 1890) — Nova Scotia Archives Library Photo Drawer - Indians - Micmac Camp

A.R. Cogswell — Mi'kmaq family in front of wigwamFamily and Friends (ca. 1895) — Nova Scotia Archives Library accession no. 1992-414, no. 93

W.D. O'Donnell — Mi'kmaq woman, Mary Christianne Paul Morris, seated on studio floor, with quillwork canoe model and box.Family and Friends (ca. 1864) — Nova Scotia Archives Library Album 5, no. 76

"Three Indian children"Family and Friends (1908) — Nova Scotia Archives Library Photo Drawer - Places - Pictou Lighthouse Album, p. 7

Mi'kmaq woman and three childrenFamily and Friends (1908) — Nova Scotia Archives Library Photo Drawer - Places - Pictou Lighthouse Album, p. 8

Susan Sack, Harry Piers, and Henry Sack on Indian PointFamily and Friends (1935) — Nova Scotia Archives Library Photo Drawer - Indians (Micmac) - Wigwam

Helen Creighton — Two Mi'kmaq sisters with a visitorFamily and Friends (ca. 1948) — Nova Scotia Archives Library accession no. 1987-178, Album 14, no. 226

"93-year-old Micmac Indian passes away"Family and Friends (ca. 1951) — Nova Scotia Archives Library Photo Drawer - Indians - Cope, Joseph C.

Nova Scotia Archives Map Collection — A New Map of Nova Scotia and Cape Britain and the adjacent parts of New England & Canada, 1755Geography and Maps (1755) — Nova Scotia Archives Library F/200-1755

Nova Scotia Archives Map Collection — "Map of the surveyed parts of Nova Scotia taken by Captain Lewis, 1755."Geography and Maps (1755) — Nova Scotia Archives Library F/202 - Nova Scotia 1755

Nova Scotia Archives Map Collection — Map of Cape Breton, 1831Geography and Maps (1831) — Nova Scotia Archives Library F/201 - Cape Breton 1831

Commissioner of Public Records — Indians series — Mi'kmaq reservations in NS counties – Cumberland CountyGeography and Maps (1842) — Nova Scotia Archives Library RG 1 Vol. 432 page 32

Commissioner of Public Records — Indians series — Mi'kmaq reservations in NS counties – Halifax County, west side Shubenacadie LakeGeography and Maps (1842) — Nova Scotia Archives Library RG 1 Vol. 432 page 33

Commissioner of Public Records — Indians series — Mi'kmaq reservations in NS counties – Hants CountyGeography and Maps (1842) — Nova Scotia Archives Library RG 1 Vol. 432 page 34

Commissioner of Public Records — Indians series — Mi'kmaq reservations in NS counties – Halifax County, St. Margaret's BayGeography and Maps (1842) — Nova Scotia Archives Library RG 1 Vol. 432 page 35

Commissioner of Public Records — Indians series — Mi'kmaq reservations in NS counties – Lunenburg CountyGeography and Maps (1842) — Nova Scotia Archives Library RG 1 Vol. 432 page 37

Commissioner of Public Records — Indians series — Mi'kmaq reservations in NS counties – Queens CountyGeography and Maps (1842) — Nova Scotia Archives Library RG 1 Vol. 432 page 38

Commissioner of Public Records — Indians series — Mi'kmaq reservations in NS counties – Annapolis CountyGeography and Maps (1842) — Nova Scotia Archives Library RG 1 Vol. 432 page 39

Commissioner of Public Records — Indians series — Mi'kmaq reservations in NS counties – Kings CountyGeography and Maps (1842) — Nova Scotia Archives Library RG 1 Vol. 432 page 40

Commissioner of Public Records — Indians series — Mi'kmaq reservations in NS counties – Sydney CountyGeography and Maps (1842) — Nova Scotia Archives Library RG 1 Vol. 432 page 45

"Mattio Jeremy. (Mattieu?) Famous Indian hunter and trapper, Annap. & Queens & Digby Cos."Trades and Livelihoods (ca. 1907) — Nova Scotia Archives Library Photo Drawer - Indians - Jeremy, Mattio

Nova Scotia Information Service — Elizabeth Lonecloud, basket-weavingTrades and Livelihoods (1965) — Nova Scotia Archives Library Photo Drawer - Indians - Lonecloud, Elizabeth / NSIS #3070

"John Williams, noted Micmac Indian guide, and John Thomas ('Paddy') Lane of Halifax"Trades and Livelihoods (ca. 1870) — Nova Scotia Archives Library Photo Drawer - Indians - Williams, John - copy 1

John Williams, Mi'kmaq Guide, and wifeTrades and Livelihoods (ca. 1886) — Nova Scotia Archives Library Photo Drawer - Indians (Micmac) - Williams, John and Magdalene

John Williams, Mi'kmaq GuideTrades and Livelihoods (ca. 1890) — Nova Scotia Archives Library Photo Drawer - Indians - Williams, John

Nova Scotia Information Service — "Basket shop on Millbrook Reserve near Truro"Trades and Livelihoods (ca. 1953) — Nova Scotia Archives Library NSIS #7767

"Preparing dinner at Jaegar's Camp"Trades and Livelihoods (1889) — Nova Scotia Archives Library Album 43, no. 1

"Tuesday P.M. The navy and afloat. Sixth Lake stream opposite 'Camp Frost'."Trades and Livelihoods (1899) — Nova Scotia Archives Library Album 43, no. 1

New Brunswick Mi'kmaq group with canoeTrades and Livelihoods (ca. 1860- ca. 1870) — Nova Scotia Archives Library Photo Drawer - Indians - Indian fishing trip, canoes etc.

J.A. Irvine — Mi'kmaq women selling beadwork in front of wigwams, Halifax 1906Trades and Livelihoods (1906) — Nova Scotia Archives Library Album 35, no. 29

Historic Restoration Society of Annapolis County — "Close-up of Indian group at Annapolis"Trades and Livelihoods () — Nova Scotia Archives Library accession no. 1985-514

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Please note: The Journals of the House of Assembly Mi'kmaq Index is not included in the Guide's Searchable database — view index from Journals of the House of Assembly here

             

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