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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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Razzolini, E. M. — A safe and secure asylum government attitudes and approaches to the Amerindian problem in colonial Nova Scotia. (1974) — Nova Scotia Archives Library mfm R278

Micmac & Maliseet decorative traditionsedited with an introd. by Gaby Pelletier ; photography and catalogue design by Don Simpson. (Saint John, N.B. : The Museum, 1977.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library V/F V.22 #8

Le Clercq, Chrestien, — New relation of Gaspesia : with the customs and religion of the Gaspesian Indians /by Chrestian Le Clerq ; translated and edited, with a reprint of the original, by William F. Ganong. (Toronto : Champlain Society, 1910.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library F 80 C35 L49

Erskine, John Steuart, — Micmac notes. (Halifax, N.S. : Nova Scotia Museum of Science, [1959?]-) — Nova Scotia Archives Library V/F V.256 #36-37

Wagmatcook Indian land claim settled. (Ottawa : Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, 1982.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library V/F V.110 #4

Rand, Silas Tertius, — The history of poor Sarah : a pious Indian woman, in Micmac. ([Canada? : s.n., 1850?]) — Nova Scotia Archives Library V/F V.125 #1

Hoffman, Bernard Gilbert. — The historical ethnography of the Micmac of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuriesBernard Gilbert Hoffman. (Berkley, Calif. : [The Author], 1955.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library mfm H713

Jackson, Evelyn. — Visible minorities in Nova Scotia : a call for equality /by Evelyn Jackson, Eleanor Elms, Richard McEwan. ([Halifax, N.S.] : Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission, 1973.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library V/F V.149 #27

Hutton, Elizabeth Ann. — The Micmac Indians of Nova Scotia to 1834 /by Elizabeth Ann Hutton. (Halifax, N.S. : Dalhousie University, 1961.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library mfm H984

Ae Buk ov Samz in Mikmak. (Bath [England] : Printed for ae [i.e. the] Britic and Foren Beibel Soseieti bei E. Pitman, 1859.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library BS P95

Rand, Silas Tertius, — Legends of the Micmacsby Silas Tertius Rand. (New York ; Longmans, Green, 1894.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library MFM #3956

The Ten commandments, the Lord's prayer, etc., in the Maliseet language. (Halifax, N.S. : Printed for the Micmac Missionary Society, 1863) — Nova Scotia Archives Library Use V/F V.361 #4

Rand, Silas Tertius, — Wokumayaan[Silas T. Rand]. ([London : Gospel Tract Depot, 1872]) — Nova Scotia Archives Library Use V/F V.361 #3

Rand, Silas Tertius, — Talekesuhsutaduks?Silas T. Rand. ([London : Gospel Tract Depot, 1872]) — Nova Scotia Archives Library Use V/F V.361 #3

Rand, Silas Tertius, — Uktælooawoodeel abiksiltasigul[Silas Tertius Rand]. ([London : London Gospel Tract Depot, 1888?]) — Nova Scotia Archives Library Use CIHM #04959

Macmillan, Cyrus, — Glooskap's country, and other Indian tales /illustrated by John A. Hall. (Toronto : Oxford University Press, 1955.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library F 15 M22 G51

Lescarbot, Marc. — Nova Francia : a description of Acadia, 1606 /Marc Lescarbot ; tr. by P. Erondelle ; with an introd. by H. P. Biggar. (London : Routledge, 1928.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library F 40 L56

MacMillan, Cyrus, — Canadian wonder tales /by Cyrus Macmillan ; with illustrations in colour by George Sheringham and a foreword by Sir William Peterson. (London : John Lane, 1918.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library F 15 M22 C16

Jenness, Diamond, — The American aborigines, their origin and antiquity. (Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 1933.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library F 15 J43

Hodge, Frederick Webb, — Handbook of Indians of Canada : published as an appendix to the Tenth report of the Geographic Board of Canada /edited by Frederick Webb Hodge. (Ottawa : Geographic Board, 1913.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library F 15 H66

Jenness, Diamond, — The Indians of Canada /by Diamond Jenness. (Ottawa : F.A. Acland, printer to the King, 1932.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library F 15 J43i

West, John, — A journal of a mission to the Indians of British provinces, of New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia, and the Mohawks on the Ouse or Grand River, Upper Canadaby John West. (London : L.B. Seeley, 1827.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library MFM #3587

Tan teladakadidjik apostalewidjik : [th]e akts ov [th]e aposelz in Mikmak. (Bath : Printed for [th]e Briti[sh] and Foren Beibel Svoseiti, bei Eizak Pitman, 1863.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library F 17 B47 AC8

Bromley, Walter. — Two addresses on the deplorable state of the Indians : one delivered at the Free-Masons' Hall, Aug. 3, 1813, the other at the Royal Acadian School, March 8, 1814, at Halifax, Nova-Scotia /by Walter Bromley. (London : T. Hamilton, 1815.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library V/F V.8 #4

Report of discussions [on] legal status of Indians in the Maritimes. (Toronto : Indian-Eskimo Association of Canada, [1970]) — Nova Scotia Archives Library V/F V.250 #24

Barbeau, Marius, — Indian captivities /Marius Barbeau. ([Philadelphia : American Philosophical Society, 1950]) — Nova Scotia Archives Library F 15 B23 In2

Federal government and Wagmatcook Indian Band reach accord on land claim. (Ottawa : Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, 1981) — Nova Scotia Archives Library V/F V.96 #7

Allen, Anna, — New Brunswick Indians : an invitation to the party. ([Newcastle, N.B. : A. Allen, 1984]) — Nova Scotia Archives Library V/F V.279 #29

Clark, Jeremiah S. — Rand and the Micmacs /by Jeremiah S. Clark. (Charlottetown, P.E.I. : The Examiner Office,) — Nova Scotia Archives Library F 93 R15 C54

Breaking barriers : report of the Task Force on Access for Black and Native People : submitted to Dr. H.C. Clark, President of Dalhousie, on September 21, 1989 /by task force members, A. Wayne MacKay ... [et al.]. (Halifax, N.S. : Dalhousie University, 1989.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library LC 2804 B828

Constitutional bulletin. (Truro, N.S. : Native Council of Nova Scotia, 1983-) — Nova Scotia Archives Library V/F V.299 #17

MacDonald, George Frederick, — Debert : a Palaeo-Indian site in central Nova Scotia /by George F. MacDonald. (Ottawa, Ont. : Duhamel, Queen's Printer and Controller of Stationery, 1968.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library GN 2 C21 A4 no.16

Munro, John C. — Notes for a speech by the Honourable John C. Munro Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development to the Union of Nova Scotia Indians, Sydney, N.S., March 20, 1981. ([Ottawa : Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, 1981].) — Nova Scotia Archives Library V/F V.86 #16

Hodge, Frederick Webb, — Handbook of American Indians north of Mexico /edited by Frederick Webb Hodge. (Washington, D.C. : Govt. Print. Off., 1907-1910.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library F 15 H66 .2

Hayward, Patricia. — Early man in Nova Scotia /by Patricia Hayward. (Halifax, N.S. : Nova Scotia Museum, 1973.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library V/F V.256 #35

Indians of Quebec and the Maritime Provinces : an historical review. (Ottawa : The Branch, 1967.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library V/F V.251 #32

Miller, Peter. — Notice of three Micmac flint arrow-heads, from Merigomish Harbour, on the northern coast of Nova Scotia, now presented to the museum /by Peter Miller. () — Nova Scotia Archives Library Use V/F V.361 #6

Bateman, John. — Tic-Ma-Toc's Christmas or The visit of the Winga-Wah-Pee : a legend of the Restigouche Micmacs /by John Bateman. ([New York? : s.n.], 1909.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library V/F V.125 #30

Stoddard, Natalie B. — The Micmac Indians /by Natalie B. Stoddard. (Halifax, N.S. : Nova Scotia Museum, [1965]) — Nova Scotia Archives Library V/F V.143 #1

An Indian cookbook /presented by the Native Communications Society of Nova Scotia. ([Nova Scotia] : Micmac News, 1977.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library V/F V.143 #2

Months of the year in Micmac. ([Halifax, N.S. : Nova Scotia Museum, Historical Branch, Citadel Hill, 1962]) — Nova Scotia Archives Library V/F V.143 #5

Leland, Charles Godfrey, — The Algonquin legends of New England, or, Myths and folk lore of the Micmac, Passamaquoddy, and Penobscot tribes /by Charles G. Leland. (Boston : Houghton, Mifflin, 1885, c1884.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library F 16 L53

Marshall, Lindsay, — Clay pots and bones /Lindsay Marshall. (Sydney, N.S. : Solus, c1997.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library PS 8576 A7573 C52

The Mi'kmaq anthology /edited by Rita Joe & Lesley Choyce. (Lawrencetown Beach, N.S. : Pottersfield Press, c1997.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library PS 8235 I6 M55

Kelusultiek : original women's voices of Atlantic Canada /[project co-ordinator, Renate Usmiani]. (Halifax, N.S. : Institute for the Study of Women, Mount Saint Vincent University, [1994]) — Nova Scotia Archives Library PS 8235 W7 K45 1994

Hind, Henry Youle, — Historical gleanings, no. I-III /Henry Youle Hind. ([Windsor, N.S.? : s.n., 1896?]) — Nova Scotia Archives Library V/F V.361 #5

Mi'kmaq : an ETV series /. ([Halifax, N.S.] : Dept. of Education, [1980]) — Nova Scotia Archives Library V/F V.415 #4

The Micmac Benevolent Society cares. ([Truro, N.S. : The Society, 199-?]) — Nova Scotia Archives Library V/F V.391 #2

McGee, Harold Franklin. — Ethnic boundaries and strategies of ethnic interaction a history of Micmac-white relations in Nova Scotia /by Harold Franklin McGee. (The Author], [Carbondale, Ill. :) — Nova Scotia Archives Library mfm M624

Gordon, Joleen. — Mi'kmaq textiles : sewn-cattail matting : BkCp-1 site, Pictou, Nova Scotia /by Joleen Gordon. (Halifax, N.S. : Nova Scotia Museum, 1995.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library AM 1 N935 C975 no.80

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