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1901 Census

  • N-1998-041
  • Accession
  • 1901

Records include a copy of the 1901 census.

1967 Scroll

  • N-1999-021
  • Accession
  • September 18, 1967

Records are comprised of the scroll signed by the Territorial Government staff present on the transfer of the seat of Government to the capital at Yellowknife on the 18 September 1967.

A.N. Blake fonds

  • 187
  • Fonds
  • 1933-1934

This fonds consists of one ledger of 'Indian Accounts' kept by A.N. Blake. The ledger documents the accounts of native traders in the Fort McPherson area.

Blake, A.N.

A.W.R. Carrothers

  • N-2004-007
  • Accession
  • 1965-1966

The photographs document A.W.R. Carrothers' travels while head of the Advisory Commission on the Development of Government in the Northwest Territories in August 1965 and March 1966. The photographs, which were taken in Iqaluit, Cambridge Bay, Detah, Tuktoyaktuk, Inuvik and other communities, document meeting sessions, aerial and other scenic views of the communities, Inuit and Dene families, including children. Transportation to meetings by way of canoe, boat, jet, floatplane, or trolley by commission delegates and stakeholders alike is a main theme. There are children at play photographs which include scenes at a playground and a baseball game. There are also photographs of youth playing billiards at a recreation centre. Featured in the Detah photographs is Chief Jimmy Bruneau. John Parker can be seen in many of the photographs. Two churches are featured, St. Georges in Cambridge Bay and the Saint Peter Roman Catholic stone church at Kugaaruk.

Adolf Duesterhus collection

  • N-2012-009
  • Accession
  • 1955-1963

Records include photographs of ice road trucking and prospecting, mainly of the North Slave region. The photos span the eight and a half years Adolf worked for Curry Construction as an ice road trucker. Afterwards, he worked for trucking companies inside of Yellowknife. He bought his Agfa superslide camera in Germany before he moved to Canada in 1953.

Duesterhus, Adolf

Akaitcho Hall Collection

  • N-1993-025
  • Accession
  • 1964-1968

The textual records consist of six issues of newsletters published by the students who lived in Akaitcho Hall. There are two issues of "The Akaitcho Youth and Unity", dated November 1964 and December 1964. Also included is one issue of "Student Voice" issued on May 6, 1967. The accession also contains three issues of "Akaitcho Hi-Lites" dated September 1967[?], October 1967[?] and February 1968[?] These newsletters contain stories and articles written by the students living at Akaitcho Hall, lists of names of the students in residence, a gossip column, and reports from various school groups.

Akaitcho Hall (Yellowknife, NT)

Akaitcho Hall Gazette

  • N-2005-012
  • Accession
  • 2001

Records are comprised of one copy of the Akaitcho Gazette which was produced by the Akaitcho Hall Reunion Committee in 2001 to commemorate the Akaitcho Hall reunion that was held in Yellowknife from June 29, 2001 until July 1, 2001. The 32 page newspaper includes copies of photographs of the students, staff and events that took place at Akaitcho Hall between 1958 and 1994. In addition, there are stories from former students and staff about people, events and daily living at the residence.

Akaitcho Hall Reunion Committee

Akaitcho Hall collection

  • N-2000-002
  • Accession
  • [1960-1979]

Records include photographs depicting student life at Akaitcho Hall. The photographs show the dormitories, the cafeteria, student events, sporting teams, student councils and visits from dignitaries. The photographs appear to date from 1960-1979.

Akaitcho Hall (Yellowknife, NT)

Akaitcho Hall collection

  • N-1999-043
  • Accession
  • [1958-1989]

The records date from 1960-1989 and were generated by students that lived at Akaitcho Hall and attended Sir John Franklin Territorial High School. The textual records consist of Akaitcho Hall newsletters, a policy manual and guidelines for the students entering the residence, a school newspaper, a 1981 yearbook, and a program of study from Sir John Franklin High School. The photographs depict daily life, classes and activities that took place at Akaitcho Hall and Sir John Franklin High School. In addition, there are some oversize photographs of the NWT Council and Commissioners of the NWT. There is also one drawing of Akaitcho Hall. There are 12 videocassettes that contain interviews with students about their life at Akaitcho Hall and footage of daily life at the residence and at Sir John Franklin High School. The students interviewed comment about the living conditions, activities and high school experiences. In addition, there is one tape entitled "A Whole Language: A Northern Experience" that is a Yellowknife Films Production. This tape was produced for the Department of Education to promote a writing program that was used in the communities to enhance the language skills and give students a creative voice.

Akaitcho Hall (Yellowknife, NT)

Akaitcho Hall photo collection

  • N-2007-005
  • Accession
  • 1960-2001

Records include photographs of students and student life at Akaitcho Hall in Yellowknife. Photographs date from 1960-2001 and include class photographs, individual portraits of students, basketball teams, the cafeteria and special events such as graduation and a visit from Prime Minister Trudeau in 1968. There is one photograph of the Akaitcho Hall reunion team that was taken in 2001.

Alan Skibstad Historical collection

  • N-2003-016
  • Accession
  • 1970-1972

Records are comprised of two invitations addressed to Mr. and Mrs. Jean Chretien dated March 8 and March 9, 1970 to attend an Arctic Winter Games function at the highrise (Fraser Tower) in Yellowknife. The first reception was in honour of John Munro. The second, for then Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau. The accession also includes an Armed Forces Day program dating from 1972.

Albert Faille fonds

  • 38
  • Fonds
  • [1950-1970]

This fonds consists of 26 photographs and one file of personal correspondence. The correspondence is primarily from Albert Faille's son. The photographs include images of the Nahanni Region, Albert Faille, Jean and Hal Bennett and Faille's son.

Faille, Albert

Alberta-Northwest Chamber

  • N-1991-007
  • Accession
  • [1977?]

The recordings are of the proceedings of the first Alberta Northwest Mining Industry Forum, which was held in Yellowknife. Included in the topics for discussion were: participation of indigenous people in resource development, the relationship between governments and the mining industry, exploration problems and the need for all weather roads. Speakers include Dr. C.M. Trigg, Ross Milne, Mike Keevan, Dave J. Emery, Peter Ernerk, R.W. Hornal, Dr. George W. Mannard, and Ron J. Hawkes.

Alberta. Office of the Chief Justice

  • G-1989-501
  • Accession
  • 1960

This accession contains correspondence concerning the establishment of the Northwest Territories Court of Appeal and its opening session on October 18, 1960.

Alex McDonald collection

  • N-2009-005
  • Accession
  • [1940-1950]

The textual records are comprised of one cocktail and lounge menu from the Ingraham Hotel. The photographs mainly depict views of Yellowknife and float planes.

Alexander Neish photograph collection

  • N-2015-005
  • Accession
  • 1958-1959

Records include images of Inuvik, including photographs of construction work, the original town and power station and two community dances.

Neish, Alexander

Alexander Stevenson

  • N-2002-028
  • Accession
  • 1965-1968

The textual records consist of a typewritten handbook entitled 'Material for Minister's Handbook' dated December 1965. The handbook appears to have belonged to Alexander Stevenson and contains information about the organization of the Northern Administration Branch. The handbook provides an overview about the activities of the Finance and Management Advisory Division, Education Division, Engineering Division, Industrial Division, Territorial Division and Welfare Division and includes budgetary information for each division. In addition, there is a copy of the NWT Council Tour, Vol. II (February 29 to March 8, 1968) marked "Alex Stevenson." The material lists all members of the Territorial Council, as well as biographical information about each member. In addition, there are two maps that were originally located in the NWT Council Tour book. One map shows the Territorial Evolution of Canada. It was produced by the Geographical Branch, Department of Energy, Mines and Resources. The other map was produced by the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, Resource Management Division, and shows Mineral Exploration and Mining sites in the Northwest Territories and Yukon Territory.

Alfred Cook fonds

  • 135
  • Fonds
  • 1924-1927

This fonds consists of 118 black and white copy negatives. The images include locations such as Aklavik, Baker Lake, Bathurst Inlet, Chesterfield Inlet, Coppermine, Shingle Point (Yukon), and Herschel Island (Yukon). Images feature Inuit, buildings (including igloos), boats and Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) personnel.

Cook, Alfred

Alfred Preble fonds

  • 203
  • Fonds
  • 1903

This fonds consists of one photocopy of the typescript version of Alfred E. Preble's journal of his trip from Athabasca Landing to Fort Wrigley back to Athabasca Landing. Included in the journal are descriptions of the flora and fauna observed and collected. There are also descriptions of Fort Resolution, Hay River, Fort Simpson and people he met during the journey. Also included are some photocopies of black and white photos taken by Preble during this trip.

Preble, Alfred

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