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Bourassa Inquiry Exhibits
N-1995-009: 0002 · Item · 1989
Part of John Bayly fonds

Bourassa Inquiry Exhibits. - 1989-1990. - 14 cm. (10 folders 3-7 to 4-4), 1 videocassette, 1 audio cassette.The exhibits also include a videocassette [item # :0001], an audiocassette recording [item # :0002] and transcripts of a Dec. 21, 1989 press conference and following public meeting held by Justice Minister Michael Ballantyne.

[Dr. Cass dictating letters]
N-1989-003: 0001 · Item · 1980
Part of Elizabeth Cass fonds

A recording of Dr. Cass in early 1980, dictating letters for her secretary. She discusses her health and her recent trip to Brazil with the International Society of Geographic Opthalmology.

Henri Posset fonds
N-1989-010: 0001A · Item · 1964
Part of Henri Posset fonds

John Tsetso narrates, in Slavey, the first three chapters of his book, "Trapping is my Life," which was published in February 1964. He also relates two other stories about summer and winter. Recorded April 1, 1964 in St. Margaret's Hospital at Fort Simpson.

Henri Posset fonds
N-1989-010: 0001B · Item · 1964
Part of Henri Posset fonds

John Tsetso narrates, in Slavey, the first three chapters of his book, "Trapping is my Life," which was published in February 1964. He also relates two other stories about summer and winter. Recorded April 1, 1964 in St. Margaret's Hospital at Fort Simpson.

Henri Posset fonds
N-1989-010: 0002A · Item · 1957
Part of Henri Posset fonds

Drumming and chanting taped in Jean Marie River and Fort Franklin, fiddle music from Fort Franklin and various Slavey legends related by Johnny Betseda of Fort Simpson and Jean Marie Punch of Fort Providence. September 1957

Henri Posset fonds
N-1989-010: 0002B · Item · 1957
Part of Henri Posset fonds

Drumming and chanting taped in Jean Marie River and Fort Franklin, fiddle music from Fort Franklin and various Slavey legends related by Johnny Betseda of Fort Simpson and Jean Marie Punch of Fort Providence. September 1957

N-2002-027: 0029A · Item · March 8, 1974
Part of Robert R. Janes fonds

This item is an interview of Albert Menacho (aged 80+ years) recorded on March 8, 1974, likely at Willow Lake by Robert Janes while he doing archaological work there. The interview is interpreted by Alfred Lenny, Albert's nephew. The original source item was an audio cassette. The interview may continue on the other side of the cassette, as well as on item N-2002-027: 0030.

N-2002-027: 0029B · Item · March 8, 1974
Part of Robert R. Janes fonds

This item is an interview of Albert Menacho (aged 80+ years) recorded on March 8, 1974, likely at Willow Lake by Robert Janes while he doing archaological work there. The interview is interpreted by Alfred Lenny, Albert's nephew. The original source item was an audio cassette. The interview may continue on the other side of the cassette, as well as on item N-2002-027: 0030.

N-2002-027: 0030A · Item · March 11, 1974
Part of Robert R. Janes fonds

This item is an interview of Albert Menacho (aged 80+ years) recorded on March 11, 1974, likely at Willow Lake by Robert Janes while he doing archaological work there. The original source item was an audio cassette. The interview may continue on the other side of the cassette, as well as on item N-2002-027: 0029.

N-2002-027: 0030B · Item · March 11, 1974
Part of Robert R. Janes fonds

This item is an interview of Albert Menacho (aged 80+ years) recorded on March 11, 1974, likely at Willow Lake by Robert Janes while he doing archaological work there. The original source item was an audio cassette. The interview may continue on the other side of the cassette, as well as on item N-2002-027: 0029.

N-2002-027: 0031A · Item · March 12, 1974
Part of Robert R. Janes fonds

This item is an interview of John and Elizabeth Yakaleya recorded on March 12, 1974, likely at Willow Lake by Robert Janes while he was doing archaeological work there. The original source item was an audio cassette. The interview apparently continues on the other side of the cassette, although the B side is labelled "Judy Collins - Carpenters". The sound quality on the recording is poor, very faint with a lot of background static.

N-2002-027: 0031B · Item · March 12, 1974
Part of Robert R. Janes fonds

This item is an interview of John and Elizabeth Yakaleya recorded on March 12, 1974, likely at Willow Lake by Robert Janes while he was doing archaeological work there. The original source item was an audio cassette. The interview apparently continues on the other side of the cassette, although the B side is labelled "Judy Collins - Carpenters". The sound quality on the recording is poor, very faint with a lot of background static.

[Interview of Jean Blondin]
N-2002-027: 0032A · Item · March 20, 1974
Part of Robert R. Janes fonds

This item is an interview of Jean Blondin recorded on March 20, 1974, likely at Willow Lake by Robert Janes while he doing archaological work there. The original source item was an audio cassette. The interview may continue on the other side of the cassette.

[Interview of Jean Blondin]
N-2002-027: 0032B · Item · March 20, 1974
Part of Robert R. Janes fonds

This item is an interview of Jean Blondin recorded on March 20, 1974, likely at Willow Lake by Robert Janes while he doing archaological work there. The original source item was an audio cassette. The interview may continue on the other side of the cassette.

[Feast day service]
N-2002-027: 0033A · Item · June 1, 1975
Part of Robert R. Janes fonds

This item is an recording of a feast day service led by John Blondin on June 1, 1975. It was likely collected by Robert Janes as part of his archaeological work at Willow Lake. The original source item was an audio cassette. The recording continues on the other side of the cassette.

[Feast day service]
N-2002-027: 0033B · Item · June 1, 1975
Part of Robert R. Janes fonds

This item is an recording of a feast day service led by John Blondin on June 1, 1975. It was likely collected by Robert Janes as part of his archaeological work at Willow Lake. The original source item was an audio cassette. The recording continues on the other side of the cassette.

[Jack and Diane Hardy]
N-2002-027: 0034 · Item · 1987
Part of Robert R. Janes fonds

This item is a recording of Jack and Diane Hardy at Willow Lakes and Mt. Indian. Jack Hardy was from Fort Norman and moved into Yellowknife to the Avens seniors' community. It was likely collected by Robert Janes, as part of his archaeological work on Willow Lake. The original source item was an audio cassette.

N-1996-014: 0001 · Item · 1957
Part of Rene Fumoleau fonds

Dene Chants, Drum Dance Music. The recording is in an Indigenous language, possibly North Slavey. [Sahtu Dene (Hare) Fort Good Hope.] For reference only, contact Canadian Museum of History for copies.

N-1996-014: 0002 · Item · 1957
Part of Rene Fumoleau fonds

Dene Chants, Drum Dance Music. The recording is in an Indigenous language, possibly North Slavey. [Sahtu Dene (Hare) Fort Good Hope.] For reference only, contact Canadian Museum of History for copies.

[Radio broadcast - Music]
N-1996-014: 0003 · Item · 1957
Part of Rene Fumoleau fonds

[Appears to be a recording of a request show, mostly music, possibly some North Slavey.] For reference only, contact Canadian Museum of History for copies.