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June Helm fonds

Rae Dogrib; Lac La Martre Dogrib drums, dogs, tea dances at Rae. Lac La Martre: Pierre Mantla; Jeremy Moosenose.

Porritt, Bobby, 1905-1984

This item consists of a tape with two sides.

Side A consists of a recording of CBC news. There is some information about Isabel Hardie asking a question in Parliament regarding a missing plane. The audio cuts out abruptly around 3:56 but the tape continues until 4:33.

Side B consists of a recorded phone call between Porritt and someone named Bill regarding CBC contacting them; neither know why. Near the end of the recording there is another recording overlapping the conversation, making it difficult to hear. The total runtime is 11:43.

Interview with Vilhjalmur Stefansson and Henry Larson

Trevor Lloyd interviews Vilhjalmur Stefanson and Henry Larson in the spring of 1962. Stefansson and Larson tell how and when they first went north. Steffanson describes his first, second and third expeditions. Larson discusses his 20 years with the RCMP ship St. Roch. Stefansson discusses the last Franklin Expedition and Larson discusses development in the arctic.

Indian-Eskimo Association of Canada fonds

  • 68
  • Fonds
  • 1963-1964

This fonds consists of two DAT audio cassettes and 12 audio reels that constitute an incomplete collection of oral history interviews recorded in Gwich'in. Included among the people interviewed are: John Francis; Peter Thompson; John Vaneltsi; Andrew Koe; Charles Koe; Remmy Tsell; Otto Natse; Amos Nidichie; Abraham Francis; John Charlie; William Nerysoo; Johnny Kay (Kikavichick); Abraham Alexis; George Vittrekwa; Joe Natsi; Andrew Kunnizzie (Kunizzi); Peter Vittrekwa; Ronnie Pascal; Lazarus Sittitchinli; Ben Kunnizzie (Kunizzi); and Edward Snowshoe.

Indian-Eskimo Association of Canada

Indian-Eskimo Association of Canada

The recordings consist of an incomplete collection of oral history interviews recorded in Gwich'in. Included among the people interviewed are: John Francis; Peter Thompson; John Vaneltsi; Andrew Koe; Charles Koe; Remmy Tsell; Otto Natse; Amos Nidichie; Abraham Francis; John Charlie; William Nerysoo; Johnny Kay (Kikavichick); Abraham Alexis; George Vittrekwa; Joe Natsi; Andrew Kunnizzie (Kunizzi); Peter Vittrekwa; Ronnie Pascal; Lazarus Sittitchinli; Ben Kunnizzie (Kunizzi); and Edward Snowshoe.

Porritt, Bobby, 1905-1984

This item consists of a recording of Christmas greetings from Bobby Porritt, wishing his constituents well in 1965. He extends greetings to those in the hospital, healthcare workers, and students, as well as individual communities in his district. The runtime is 2:15.

Porritt, Bobby, 1905-1984

This item is a recording of a phone conversation between Bobby Porritt or a woman named Rosemary regarding a wire she sent him about an issue with a building used as a hotel. The audio abruptly cuts off before shifting to a recorded New Year’s speech by Arthur Laing, as well as greetings from Ernest Cote, Ben Sivertz, Gene Rheaume, and Bobby Porritt. Run time is 17:57.

[Tlicho chants and drums]

  • N-1979-566: 0001
  • Item
  • 1964-01-01 - 1965-12-31
  • Part of Hewitt, Mike

Dogrib chants and dums recorded at Fort Rae Annual Treaty Dance by Mike Hewitt. 1964-65

Porritt, Bobby, 1905-1984

This item is a recorded rehearsal of an election speech by Bobby Porritt to the voters of the Mackenzie South district. Porritt lays out his vision and goals for the people of the region, including more Northern jobs and education. The audio cuts out several times as Porritt stops, and ends abruptly around 7:12. The total runtime is 7:32.

Hewitt, Mike

  • N-1979-566
  • Accession
  • 1964-1965

Records include sound recordings of Dogrib (Tlicho) chants and drum dances recorded at Fort Rae (Behchoko). All three reels contain the same content.

Hewitt, Mike

Sylvester Drabitt

The images document the central arctic. The videocassette was filmed in 1964 and contains images of the eastern arctic and the C.D. Howe medical patrol. The audio cassette is entitled "Victory at Sea - Last Patrol of the C.D. Howe."

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

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.

Porritt, Bobby, 1905-1984

This item consists of a recording of poor audio quality, with beeping in the background. It contains a collection of brief speeches thanking voters from Peter Baker, Mackenzie North; Bobby Porritt of Mackenzie South, and John Goodall of Mackenzie River, as well as congratulations from various community members. The announcer gives current polling results for each district at the end of the message, which cuts out before announcing Porritt’s results. The total runtime is 6:57.

Porritt, Bobby, 1905-1984

This item is a recording broadcast by CBC concerning the NWT Council, following the second session of the 1964 Council in Frobisher Bay [Iqaluit]. Commissioner Stuart Hodgson and Wilfrid Brown, Deputy Commissioner provides commentary regarding the material discussed by the Council. The remaining councilors, both elected and appointed, including Bobby Porritt, also give their opinions in a roundtable ranging from the budget to housing, and how the Council’s latest session went. The total runtime is about 22:15.

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