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N-1994-006: 0003 · Item · 1923
Part of Canada. Department of the Interior fonds

Map of Great Slave Lake and Hudson Bay. Originally published by the Federal government in 1900 and reprinted in 1923, to accompany a report by J.B. Tyrell. They are stamped Department of Interior- Yukon and Northwest Territories Branch. (0003) Sheet No. 3A and 3B shows the Thelon River and includes Beverly Lake and Aberdeen Lake. The maps also show Dene and Inuit encampments along the Thelon River.

N-2017-001 · Accession · 1924

This accession consists of one bound folding map with annotations, entitled "Map of the Northwest Territories", published by the government of Canada, Department of the Interior, National Resources Intelligence Service. The annotations consist of the locations for a variety of northern posts, including Hudson's Bay Company posts and outposts, R.C.M.P. posts, Northern Traders Limited posts, Reveillon Freres posts, Sabellum Trading Company posts and free trader posts.

N-2017-001: 0001 · Item · 1924
Part of Map of the Northwest Territories

Map of the Northwest Territories / Canada. Natural Resources Intelligence Service [Ottawa] : Dept. of the Interior, 1924. - Scale [1:3,801,600] (W 141°--W 60°/N 90°--N 85°).

Item is an annotated published map converted into a bound folding map, dissected into 30 pieces, mounted on linen and attached to a hardcover binding. The annotations consist of the locations of a variety of northern posts, including Hudson's Bay Company posts and outposts, R.C.M.P. posts, Northern Traders Limited posts, Reveillon Freres posts, Sabellum Trading Company posts and free trader posts. Establishment dates for some eastern Arctic posts are also indicated.

Kauffmann, Kurt
N-1992-042 · Accession · 1825-1924

One map was published in 1827 and drawn by Jehoshaphat Aspin in 1826. It is entitled "Recent Discoveries in the Arctic Regions." The 1919 map was published in "Harmsworth's New Atlas" and the 1924 map was published by the Edinburgh Geographical Society.

Geological Survey of Canada
N-1992-062 · Accession · 1910-1924
Part of Geological Survey of Canada fonds

Subjects include the Mackenzie, Pelly, Taltson, Slave and Peace Rivers. One map indicates the route taken by the southern party of the Canadian Arctic Expedition of 1913-1918.

G-1979-042: 13-10 · File · 1922-1924
Part of Northwest Territories. Legislative Assembly fonds

The file consists of the sessional papers of the 3rd Session of the NWT Council, as kept by the Secretary. This file contains the signed version of the minutes (see file G-1979-042: 1-3), minutes from the 2nd Session, and other attachments relating to the 3rd session. Similar meeting packages are also found in files G-1979-042: 10-20, 10-21, and 10-22.

Please note that many of the Council minutes contain outdated and pejorative terms; paternalistic, racist, ableist, or otherwise offensive attitudes; and/or discussions of sensitive topics. We have reproduced these terms and comments in the digitized documents because they are a part of the original historical record.

N-1989-037: 0006 · Item · [between 1923 and 1924]
Part of Canada. Department of the Interior fonds

This accession consists of six navigational maps. The maps were produced by the Dept. of Interior, Topographical Survey of Canada and are of the scale 1:253,440 (0006) is entitled "Map of Mackenzie River Wrigley to Norman". [between 1923 and 1924]

N-1989-037 · Accession · 1923-1924
Part of Canada. Department of the Interior fonds

This accession consists of six navigational maps which are of the scale 1:253,440 except for (0003). (0001) is entitled "Map of Slave River: Fort Smith to Resolution". (0002) is entitled "Map of Great Slave Lake: Resolution to Windy Pt.". (0003) is of the scale 1:380,160 and is entitled "Map of Great Slave Lake: Western Sheet" (0004) is entitled "Map of Mackenzie River: Providence to Simpson", (0005) is entitled "Map of Mackenzie River: Simpson to Wrigley" and (0006) is entitled "Map of Mackenzie River Wrigley to Norman".

Canada. Department of the Interior