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[RCMP map]
G-1979-007: 0244 · Item · [ca. 1959]
Part of Royal Canadian Mounted Police fonds

The map, (National Topographic System Sheet 106 M) depicts Fort McPherson, and is annotated with the locations where the Dawson Patrol (Fitzgerald, Scarter, Taylor, Kinney) died in 1911 and the location where Albert Johnson, the Mad Trapper, killed RCMP Constable E. Millen in 1932.

Centennial First Day Covers
G-1999-097: 0001 · Item · 1970
Part of Northwest Territories. Centennial Centre fonds

"First Day Cover" - Stamped envelope regarding the Centennial Eastern Dog Sled Mail Run in April 23 1970. From the Centennial Centre. The stamp is post marked Inuvik. "This letter was caiiried by dog sled from Fort Smith to Inuvik via Fort Resolution, Hay River, Fort Providence, Jean Marie River, Fort Simpson, Wrigley, Fort Norman, Norman Wells, Fort Good Hope, Arctic Red River, Fort McPherson and Aklavik.

Centennial First Day Covers
G-1999-097: 0002 · Item · 1970
Part of Northwest Territories. Centennial Centre fonds

"First Day Cover" - Stamped envelope regarding the Centennial Eastern Dog Sled Mail Run in April 1970. From the Centennial Centre. The stamp is post marked Chesterfield Inlet. This letter was carried by dog sled from Churchill to Baker Lake and Chesterfield Inlet via Eskimo Point, Whale Cove and Rankin Inlet, April 1970.

Centennial First Day Covers
G-1999-097: 0003 · Item · 1970
Part of Northwest Territories. Centennial Centre fonds

"First Day Cover" - Stamped envelope regarding the Centennial Eastern Dog Sled Mail Run in April 1970. From the Centennial Centre. The stamp is post marked Baker Lake. This letter was carried by dog sled from Churchill to Baker Lake and Chesterfield Inlet via Eskimo Point, Whale Cove and Rankin Inlet, April 1970.

Commissioner Land
G-2013-060: 0006 · Item · [Between 1960 and 1980?]
Part of Northwest Territories. Office of the Commissioner fonds

Scale [1:4 800]. [Two copies of a map attached to a memo. The memo says "To: Deputy Commissioner. Revised as per your request. SW Hancock." The two maps look identical except one has a typed title of "Commissioner' Land," and one of "Commissioner's Land." Both show the various lots of Commissioner's Land in the area between Kam Lake and Frame Lake in Yellowknife, as well as showing the Correctional Institute area.]

[Map showing the block land transfer boundary and locations such as the large landing area, an alternate barge landing site, a community picnic/recreation area, the sewage/solid waste disposal site, a gravel source, the water reservoir, future industrial subdivisions, future residential subdivisions, a future airport site, and access to the future airport site. The map is lightly annotated.]