Item is a report that assesses potential economic initiatives for Eskasoni First Nation. The study examines areas for economic development such as recreational tourism, forestry, fisheries, trade and commercial areas.
Animals and Wildlife
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Item is a book of fishing methods in Atlantic Canada.
Item is a photograph of a view of the Upper Bay, Baddeck, taken from Red Head.Keisel, Theodore
Item is a photograph of the gardens at Beech Hill, the home of R.H. Brown of Sydney Mines built in 1829. There is a dog and two small buildings on the right side of the garden path.
Item is a photograph of Chief Dan K. Stevens, Levi R. Denny, Bishop William Power blessing the fishery in Eskasoni.Abbass Studios Ltd.
Item is a photograph of Levi R. Denny, Chief Dan K. Stevens, and Bishop William Power. Powers blessing the oysters in Eskasoni.Abbass Studios Ltd.
Item is a marine map of Bras d'Or area
This file consists of two folios arranged chronologically from 1988 to 1991. They contain minutes, correspondence, fish processor survey, press releases, newspaper clipping, and a booklet on fish exports. The documents record both the founding of Bras d'Or sea Products Ltd and the Association of Small and Independent Cape Breton Fish Processors. The first folio contains materials from May 1988 to March 1989. The second folio contains materials from April 1989 to October 1991. There is also a digital audio recording of the December, 1988 initial meeting with Greg MacLeod chairing the meeting of the fish processors and can be found in series D, file D.12 and D.13. A seperate document file on the creation of the Cape Breton Fisheries Advisory Board can be found in this sub-series, file C.3.b
Item is a reproduction of the report of Canadian Data Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.
Item is a government report on Canadian fish products in the Atlantic region.
Item is a government report on Canadian fish products in the Pacific region.
Item consists of 10 annual reports on the DEVCO operation. Mentions of oyster funding in each report.
This file contains a forty two page document titled, "An Executive Briefing: The Cape Breton Fishery" presented by the Fisheries Advisory Board to the provincial and federal ministers of fisheries and is dated May, 1987; a bound report titled "Final Report on Organization Project Cape Breton Fisheries Advisory Board" written by Greg MacLeod and presented to DEVCO's Industrial Development Division in June 1988. There are also minutes of board meetings, project reports, correspondence.
The file consists of audio recordings of a CBC radio program "Morningside" - with guest speakers, Elizabeth May from Baddeck, Ken MacKay marine biologist, Bernard LeLanne Chef, and Winnie Chafe and Doug MacPhee in Scottish Music.
Item consists of a painting of the Coal Wash Plant at Old Sydney Collieries in Sydney Mines. The painting features the coal preparation site with a man and dog sitting in the foreground.Astephen, Georgina Schima
Item is a photograph of Collin Smith of Baddeck working at the DEVCO Seal Island oyster farm operation.Fitzgerald, Owen
Item is a photograph of the Dominion Coal Scales in Sydney, showing horses and sleighs bringing coal to be weighed.
Item is a photograph of a farm in Donkin. There are several sheep on the farm and a barn can be seen in the background.
Item is a photograph of Ethel Johnstone, daughter of Dr. Lewis W. Johnstone, with a dog.
Item is a reproduction of the report about the Indigenous people around the world and how they depend on the fisheries for diet and nutrition needs.
In 1942, Frank Robertson initiated a job printing business in New Waterford which he operated until 1966. In 1968, he joined the Cape Breton Bird Society and soon began writing his weekly column For the Birds for the Cape Breton Post. In 1978 he began a series for CBC.
- Correspondence and papers pertaining to publication of an anthology of verse by Cape Breton authors, 192-1930. Original and typescript, 2 cm.
- “For the Birds”, a newspaper column by Mr. Robertson, 22 November 1969 to May 1976. Typescript and clippings (5 folios), 11 cm.
- Clipping: “Elves refuse to Give up Blackett’s Lake Home”, 1928
Item is a photograph of Fraser, the last of the No. 1-B pit ponies. Fraser spent more of his life-time at the service of the coal company than any other horse in the company's history. He is shown here on the occasion of his retirement.Shedden, Leslie
Item is a photograph taken on George Street, near Pitt Street in Sydney, showing groceries prepared to be delivered by horse and buggy.
Item is a photograph of the front of Harrington's Store on Charlotte Street, Sydney, with horses and buggies on the street in front of the building.
Item is a bound copy of Helsman newsletter.
Item consists of three photocopied news articles on the history of marble mountain. "History of Marble Mountain" The Oran, 26 August 1987. "History of Marble Mountain - Continued from Last Week" 2 September 1987. "History of Marble Mountain - Continued from Last Week" 9 September 1987.
Item is a photograph of Mrs. Johnstone, Ethel Johnstone, a friend and a dog in front of L.W. Johnstone's house in North Sydney.
Item is a photograph of pit horses on vacation during the miners' vacation at no. 20 colliery. The only time the pit ponies were brought to the surface was during the miners' three week vacation period. The vacation period was also used to maintain the mines.Shedden, Leslie