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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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Rand, Silas Tertius, — [Letter] to the editor of the Christian Messenger on the Micmac Mission /by Silas T. Rand. ([Hantsport, N.S. : s.n., 1825?].) — Nova Scotia Archives Library AK F15 M58r

[Submission to Committee on Human Rights] (Sydney, N.S. : The Union, 1980.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library E 99 M6 U55 1980

Lewis, Pauline. — 375th Membertou Signtasimgeoeim 1610-1985 /compiled and researched by Pauline Lewis. (Port Royal, N. S.: Membertou Signtasimgeoeim, 1985.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library V/F V.309 #12

Rand, Silas Tertius, — A brief statement respecting the Micmac mission /by S.T. Rand. (Hantsport, N.S. : [s.n.], 1880.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library V/F V.171 # 7

Chute, Janet Elizabeth. — A comparative study of the bark, bone, wood and hide items made by the historic Micmac, Montagnais/Nascapi and Beothuk Indians /by Janet Elizabeth Chute. (1976) — Nova Scotia Archives Library mfm C564

Rand, Silas Tertius, — A first reading book in the Micmac language : comprising the Micmac numerals, and the names of the different kinds of beasts, birds, fishes, trees, [etc.] of the Maritime provinces of Canada, also some of the Indian names of places, and many familiar word (Halifax, N.S. : Nova Scotia Printing Co., 1875.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library F17 R15f

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

West, John, — A journal of a mission to the Indians of the British provinces, of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, and the Mohawks, on the Ouse, or Grand River, Upper Canada /by John West. (London : L.B. Seeley and Son, 1827.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library Use MFM #3583 or #35

Frame, Elizabeth, — A list of Micmac names of places, rivers, etc., in Nova Scotia /comp. by Elizabeth Frame. (Cambridge, Mass. : J. Wilson and Son, 1892.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library V/F V.166 #8

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

Rand, Silas Tertius, — A short account of the Lord's work among the Micmac Indians /by S.T. Rand. (Halifax, N.S. : W. MacNab, 1873.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library V/F V.171 # 5

Rand, Silas Tertius, — A short statement of facts relating to the history, manners, customs, language, and literature of the Micmac tribe of Indians, in Nova-Scotia and P.E. Island : being the substance of two lectures delivered in Halifax, in November, 1819, at public meetingsby S.T. Rand. (Halifax, N.S. : J. Bowes, 1850.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library V/F V.171 # 5

Rand, Silas Tertius, — A specimen of the Micmac dictionary : being prepared at the expense of the dominion government of Canada /by Silas T. Rand. ([Halifax, N.S.? : s.n., 1885?]) — Nova Scotia Archives Library V/F V.171 #9

Dorey, Dwight A. — Aboriginal self government for the Mi'Kmaq people of Nova Scotia : essential features of a workable model /by Dwight A. Dorey. (Truro, N.S. : Native Council of Nova Scotia , Language Program, c1994.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library V/F V.452 #22

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

Champlain, Samuel de, — Algonquians, Hurons, and Iroquois : Champlain explores America, 1603-1616 : being The voyages and explorations of Samuel de Champlain (1604-1616) /narrated by himself ; translated by Annie Nettleton Bourne, together with The voyage of 1603, reprinted from Purchas his pilgrimes ; edited with introduction and notes by Edward Gaylord Bourne. (Dartmouth, N.S. : Brook House Press, 2000.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library FC 332 A3 2000

Maillard, — An account of the customs and manners of the Micmakis and Maricheets savage nations, now dependent on the government of Cape-Breton : from an original French manuscript-letter, never published, written by a French abbot, who resided many years, in qualityby Pierre Maillard. (London : Printed for S. Hooper and A. Morley, 1758.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library AK F16 F88

Battiste, Marie Ann. — An historical investigation of the social and cultural consequences of Micmac literacyby Marie Ann Battiste. (Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms International, 1984.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library fiche B336

Bruce, Harry, — An illustrated history of Nova Scotia /Harry Bruce. ([Halifax, N.S.] : Nimbus Pub. and the Province of Nova Scotia, c1997.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library FC 2311 B78 1997

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

Plank, Geoffrey Gilbert, — An unsettled conquest : the British campaign against the peoples of Acadia /Geoffrey Plank. (Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, c2001.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library FC 2321.2 P63 2001

Dandurand, Gilles, — Analyse d'un rite de sépulture des Micmacs dans les relations des Jésuites de l'an 1611par Gilles Dandurand. (1976) — Nova Scotia Archives Library fiche D176

Dumont-Johnson, Micheline, — Apôtres ou agitateurs : la France missionnaire en Acadie /Micheline Dumont-Johnson. ([Trois-Rivières : Bor§eal Express, 1970]) — Nova Scotia Archives Library F 5059 D893

Huyghue, Douglas S., — Argimou : a legend of the Micmac /by Eugene [i.e. D. S. Huyghue] ; introd. by Gwendolyn Davies. (Sackville, N.B. : R.P. Bell Library, Mount Allison University, [1979]) — Nova Scotia Archives Library PS 8415 U97 1979

Huyghue, Douglas S., — Argimou : a legend of the Micmac /by Eugene. (Halifax, N.S. : Morning Courier Office, 1847.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library Use MFM #3815

Huyghue, Douglas S., — Argimou : a legend of the Micmac /by Eugene. (Halifax, N.S. : Morning Courier Office, 1847.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library MFM #3815

Maroun, Louis J. — Attitudes of minorities to criminal justice services in Nova Scotia /Louis J. Maroun. (Halifax, N.S. : Nova Scotia Communications Project in Criminal Justice, 1979.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library KEN 7970 M37 1979

Atugwagnn : Micmac stories /by Donna Martin ... [et al.]. (Fredericton : Micmac-Maliseet Institute, University of New Brunswick, 1985.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library V/F V.330 #12

Hill, Kay, — Badger, the mischief maker /by Kay Hill ; illustrated by John Hamberger. (Toronto : McClelland and Stewart, c1965.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library PS 8515 I29 B13

Speck, Frank Gouldsmith, — Beothuk and Micmac /by Frank G. Speck. (New York, Museum of the American Indian, Heye foundation, 1922.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library E 99 B4 S7 1922

Bibliography of the Micmac Indians of Nova Scotia and related materials thereto /Union of Nova Scotia Indians. ([Sydney, N.S.] : Union of Nova Scotia Indians, [1974?]) — Nova Scotia Archives Library Z 1395 I39

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

Watson, Julie V., — Calling the Maritimes home : origins, attitudes, quirks & curiosities /Julie V. Watson. (Vancouver, B.C. : Raincoast Books, c1998.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library FC 2025.5 W37 1998

Perley, M. H. — Camp of the owls : sporting sketches and tales of Indians /Moses Perley ; edited, introduced and illustrated by Peter Mitcham. (Hantsport, N.S. : Lancelot Press, 1990.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library E 99 M6 P452

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

Patterson, Lisa. — Centralization in Nova Scotia : an adventure in Canadian Indian policy /by Lisa Patterson. ([Ottawa : Patterson, 1986]) — Nova Scotia Archives Library V/F V.313 #6

Gonzalez, Ellice Becker. — Changing economic roles for Micmac men and women : an ethnohistorical analysis /Ellice B. Gonzalez. (Ottawa : National Museums of Canada, 1981.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library E 99 M6 G642 1981

Chapel Island Indian Mission : schedule & guidelines : July 28 to Aug. 1st, 1988. ([Nova Scotia? : s.n., 1988]) — Nova Scotia Archives Library V/F V.55 #31

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

Wilson, Bruce G., — Colonial identities : Canada from 1760 to 1815 /Bruce G. Wilson. (Ottawa : National Archives of Canada, c1988.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library FC 410 W54 1988

Denys, Nicolas, — Concerning the ways of the Indians. Their customs, dress, methods of hunting and fishing,and their amuseuments. ([Halifax, N.S.] : Nova Scotia Museum, [198-?]) — Nova Scotia Archives Library V/F V.335 #3

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

Gordon, Joleen. — Construction and reconstruction of a Mi'kmaq sixteenth- century cedar-bark bag /by Joleen Gordon. (Halifax : Nova Scotia Museum, 1993.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library AM 1 N935 C975 #76

Crown Land rights and hunting and fishing rights of Micmac Indians in the Province of Nova Scotia /by the Union of Nova Scotia Indians. ([Halifax, N.S.? : The Union], 1976.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library V/F V.352 #4

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

Nietfeld, Patricia Kathleen Linskey, — Determinants of aboriginal Micmac political structureby Patricia Kathleen Linskey Nietfeld. (Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms International, 1982.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library mfm N677

Rand, Silas Tertius, — Dictionary of the language of the Micmac Indians, who reside in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Cape Breton and Newfoundland /by Silas Tertius Rand. (Halifax, N.S. : Nova Scotia Printing Co., 1888.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library F17 R15d

Ingalls, J. Sharon, — Distorted images attitudes towards the Micmac in Nova Scotia, 1788-1900. (Ottawa : National Library of Canada) — Nova Scotia Archives Library fiche I44

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

Boudreau, Lynda Kuhn. — Economic development strategies and the Micmac of Nova Scotiaby Lynda Kuhn Boudreau. (Ottawa : National Library of Canada, 1985.) — Nova Scotia Archives Library fiche B756

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