[Shots of people at a hall wearing elaborate hats for the Mad Hatters competition, including a woman with two stuffed owl figurines perched on the hat and a woman with a hat made of layered playing cards. Views of floral arrangements, people examining a display and aprons on a rack. Views of people at Stringer Hall having tea.]
[Views of child in parka and baby with reindeer and Santa’s sleigh display, child walking towards house and woman holding baby. Views of crowd gathered outside with dog sleds, alongside a herd of caribou; the dog sleds drive past the caribou. Shots of the herd moving. Views of a procession lead by woman in a red cloak, possibly Caribou Carnival Queen, and women on stage. The first half of the film is out of focus, and other shots are very dark.].
[Shots of musicians in country gear on stage and an assembled crowd watching. Children play outside. Shots of people standing by the Mackenzie River and views of break-up and ice on the river. Parts of the film are out of focus.]
[Shots of people sitting in a truck and cars parked in the snow; skidoo racers in Aklavik. Shots of people exiting plane. Views of vehicles decorated for centennial celebrations, possibly in Inuvik.]
The records document an oral traditions project carried out by Jonas Adam on behalf of the Salt River First Nation in 1996, funded via the Oral Traditions funding program. The textual records consist of two copies of a report entitled Memories To Last. It includes photocopies of pictures, and what appear to be transcripts of the interviews with six Salt River First Nation elders: Mary Rose Benwell, Napoleon (Abraham) Nasgadhe, Philip Cheezie, Mary Jane Bruno (Taylor), Wilfred Beaulieu, and Oliver Beaulieu.Salt River First Nation Band
The original film [Trucking - Beyond the Fringe, was taken by John Denison and] William Kruining in 1961  during a trip with the Byers transport convoy on the winter road from Yellowknife going through Discovery Mine to Tundra Mine. Footage includes the making of the winter road, the Byers Tankard Curling Bonspiel, mine truck and airplane transportation, and [Cooper- Dessemer power generator] equipment delivery. Also includes views of Salmita Mine. The documentary is in colour with sound. <15 minutes.
Records include two narrated video slide shows created in 2005, and one self-published memoir created in 2015, which all include photographs taken during Dr. Ernest Jarman's time as Medical Officer for Indian Health Services at Faraud Hospital in Fort Rae (Behchoko) from July 1954 to June 1956.
The first video consists of 96 individual images and includes the following: Jarman family activities in Fort Rae, treaty payment, delivery of goods by air and by water, views of residences and buildings in Fort Rae. The second video consists of 50 individual images and includes various family activities, graveyards in Fort Rae, activities within the Faraud hospital, hunting, winter in Fort Rae. People included in the photographs in both videos include RCMP constables Ken Plumm [Kenneth Plomp], Buck Thomas and Terry Garvin, Indian Agent Kirkby, Oblate priests, Chief Jimmy Bruneau and Chief Jimmy Kia, and Naomi Murphy. Communities featured include Fort Rae (Behchoko), Yellowknife, Whatı̀ (Lac la Martre), Hay River and Fort Providence.
The text consists of a 54 page self-published memoir, "Through Dr. Jarman's eyes - going North in 1956: featuring Dr. Ernie Jarman's photos and slides of Fort Rae and surrounding area, Northwest Territories, Canada" by Dr. Ernie Jarman and Marnie Jarman Bethell, written in 2015.Jarman, Ernest
This item consists of one DVD video containing two narrated slide shows, created around 2005 by Dr. Ernest Jarman, using photographs taken during his time as a medical officer for Indian Health Services at Faraud Hospital in Fort Rae (Behchoko) from 1954 to 1956.
The first 36 minute video consists of 96 individual images and includes the following: introduction to the Jarman family - Ernest, his wife Jane, his son Mike and his daughter Marnie; family activities in Fort Rae; ceremony of paying treaty money; delivery of goods by air and by water; views of residences and buildings in Fort Rae. Individuals appearing in the photographs include RCMP Const. Buck Thomas, RCMP Const. Ken Plumm [Kenneth Plomp], RCMP Const. Terry Garvin, Indian Agent Kirkby, Assistant Agent Robby, Chief Jimmy Bruneau, Chief Jimmy Kia, Naomi Murphy, Oblate Priests of Mary Immaculate ; communities featured in photographs include Fort Rae, Yellowknife, Whati (Lac la Martre), Hay River and Fort Providence.
The second 18 minute video consists of 50 individual images and includes the following: various family activities; graveyards in Fort Rae; activities within the hospital; hunting; winter in Fort Rae. Individuals appearing in photographs include RCMP Const. Terry Gravin, Indian Agent Ivan Kirkby, Chief Jimmy Bruneau and wife.
The film was shot in Inuvik and the Mackenzie delta region circa 1964-1967. The filmmaker is Terry F. Keim. The film features the [196? and 1967] Inuvik Muskrat Jamboree, aerial views of Inuvik, various buildings in the townsite, airplanes and the Inuvik airport, and extensive footage of drum dancers in traditional costumes. A complete shot listing is located in the accession file.Keim, Terry