Files consists of research notes on "Fairies in Micmac, Acadian, and Scottish Cultures." There are two copies of this file.
Item is a reproduction of this publication; includes a four-page discussion of Mi'kmaw lifestyle (c.1500-1900); mentions physical description, clothing, marriage customs, feasts, manhood ceremony, French influence and Catholicism, Chapel Island Mission, population of Cape Breton Reserves, and Mi'kmaw place names.
Fonds consists of correspondence, transcripts of speeches and radio broadcasts, speeches and radio broadcasts given by Gillis, notes, reports, and briefs.Gillis, Clarence
Fonds consists of correspondence and one day book and ledger from Cameron's medical practice.Cameron, Hugh
Fonds consists of correspondence and clippings related to constituency business on topics such as housing, schools, hospitals, the Finnis Report, employment, grants, and a few personal clippings, 1963-1988; files relating to Dr. Laffin's work in the House of Assembly, including speeches, correspondence, and clippings, 1963-1986; election material including clippings, pamphlets and speeches, 1960s and 1970s; five files of correspondence and memoranda pertaining to housing while Dr. Laffin was Minister of Housing, 1983-1986; material relating to coal mining affairs in eastern Cape Breton including the Donald Report (1966), strip mining at Gardiner Mines (1982-1987), Dominion Coal Workers' Relief Fund (1980-1983); Cape Breton Regional Hospital files, 1966-1987; files on Nova Scotia School Boards and a brief on an Acadian School presented by the Cape Breton District School Board (1984); material on provincial ombudsman (1971-1981); material on the Senior Citizens Secretariat (1981-1986); memorandum from Dr. Laffin to Premier Buchanan (1980) re horse racing industry in Nova Scotia; material on the Kiwanis Swimming Pool in Sydney (1975-1985); a report of the Legislative Assembly Mines Committee (1965).Laffin, Michael A.
Fonds consists of extracts by Dan MacLennan on the "Georgian Era in Nova Scotia" by William Inglis Morse (1932), regarding early divisions of the counties of Cape Breton and Nova Scotia and immigration by United States settlers.
Fonds consists of Sydney Academy's administrative records, staff records, and its historical collection.
Fonds consists of the diary of Colin Cash containing information on Cash genealogy; diary describes work performed, weather, family and local events.Cash, Colin
Fonds consists of receipts and correspondence related to Smith's general store and his activities as an agent for the MacDonald Brothers, owners of the Glendyer Mills. Correspondence often refers to the political and economic conditions of Cape Breton. Some records of Thomas Murray and Co. are included with Smith's records. Presumably Smith took over the business of Thomas Murray and Co. ca. 1882. One account book from a general store in Port Hood operated by Smith is also included.Smith, James Mariner
Fonds consists of correspondence and a speech on the potential of Cape Breton titled, Past and Future.MacNeil, Malcolm F.
Fonds consists of four series: Charles Parnell Barrington (1813-1844), Edwin John Barrington (1851-1880), Yorke Henry Ainsley Barrington (1869-1893) and Yorke Cotril Barrington (1903-1908). Fonds also consists of a letter from Edward Barrington (grandson of Captain Barrington) to his brother and sister from Washington Territory (1865), lineage of the Barrington family, newspaper clippings on the Barrington family, notice regarding installation of an electrically driven booster pump, a trust deed from Helen Jane Catherine Barrington (heir of Edwin Barrington) to Frank Seward Barrington (1885), and deeds to John Barrington.Barrington family