Cemeteries

Taxonomy

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Scope note(s)

  • Here are entered works relating to burial sites and graves.

Source note(s)

  • PAASH 2020 edition

Display note(s)

Hierarchical terms

Cemeteries

Equivalent terms

Cemeteries

  • UF Graves
  • UF Graveyards
  • UF Gravesite
  • UF Burials
  • UF Burial grounds

Associated terms

Cemeteries

5 Archival description results for Cemeteries

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Ralph Edwards fonds

  • 124
  • Fonds
  • 1930-1934

This fonds consists of 26 black and white prints. The images show Chipewyan shelters in the Fort Resolution area, fox pelts hanging behind the Northern Traders post in Fort Resolution, the graves of John Hornby, Edgar Christian and Harold Adelard, a Dene summer camp on the Taltson River, Dene women with caribou tanning frame and caribou.

Edwards, Ralph

Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre Ephemera collection

  • N-1999-039
  • Accession
  • 1956; 1978-1979

The textual records consist of a programme outlining the itinerary for the visit of His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales to Yellowknife in April 1979 and a report entitled "Aerial Reconnaissance Report: Fort Simpson Towards Fort Liard Road, 1956." The 50 black and white photographs are aerial photos from the "Reconnaissance Report" and the 2 maps are also part of the "Reconnaissance Report." The maps depict the District of Mackenzie, Simpson-Liard area and the Fort Nelson-Kotcho Lake region in British Columbia. The 34 colour slides depict the old village of Ni Dzi Ka Ko Gola, now an archaelogical site where the home of the Great Bear Lake Chief once stood.

Brewer, Melanie

  • N-1979-533
  • Accession
  • 1978

This accession consists of a photocopy of an essay entered in the national essay contest "Know Your Heritage" about the "Old Cemetary [Cemetery]" located at Back Bay in Yellowknife (includes copies of photographs).

Brewer, Melanie

Sanders, Charlie

  • N-1992-161
  • Accession
  • 1941

This accession consists of one black and white photograph showing a fallen tree trunk used as a child's coffin.