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Item · 1993

Item is a report titled "Moxham's Castle - Once a Proud Structure," written by Wanda Walker. It provides a history of the castle, including a brief coverage on the period of time during World War 1 when it was used as a military hospital. Much of the information within the report was gathered from an interview with Gabrielle Walker.

Item · 1984

Item is a report titled "Victoria Park and the Army: The First Two Centuries," written by Colonel I.D. MacIntyre. The report focuses on the history of Victoria Park Armories since their formation, and provides information about Cape Breton men who enlisted for service during World War 1.

Item · 1976

Item is a report that was created by Wilma MacLean with the support of the Sterling Assistance Depot that outlines a history of the Black population of that area and presents information about housing, education, employment, and community organizations (such as the United Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League).

Item · 1980

Item is a report that features information about the Black, Jewish, Newfoundland and Eastern European communities in Whitney Pier. The report pays special attention to issues faced by the Black Quarter, including racism and out-migration, and features population statistics for the years 1961-1980. Part of the report also focuses on the establishment of St. Philip's African Orthodox Church (1921).

Item · 1976

Item is a reproduction of the original text; a paper submitted for a History course (course unknown) on March 1, 1976. To locate this item at the Beaton Institute, use the following sequence: "Report - Micmac - Title of Item
requested."

Item · 1970

Item is a bound copy of two studies regarding the degree of alienation and social change of contemporary Mi'kmaw Reserves; mentions human resources, occupation, organization, socio-economic variables, research, design, and demographic data. To locate this item at the Beaton Institute, use the following sequence: "Report - Micmac - Title of Item requested."

Essays of Eskasoni
Item · 1967

Item is an original paper which consists of a history of the Eskasoni Reserve; mentions schools, population, religion, sports, and social events. File also includes a photocopy of the official Reserve General Register. Tolocate this item at the Beaton Institute, use the following sequence: "Report - Micmac - Title of Item requested."

The history of Chapel Island
Item · 1990

Item is a paper submitted for a course taught by Richard MacKinnon's Folklore 100, UCCB on February 27, 1990. To locate this item at the Beaton Institute, use the following sequence: "Report - Micmac - Title of Item
requested."

Item · 1986

Item is an original paper by Eleanor Johnson submitted to Richard MacKinnon's Folklore 100 Class on November 11, 1986. To locate this item at the Beaton Institute, use the following sequence: "Report - Micmac - Title of Item requested."

Item · 1979

Item is an original essay submitted to the College of Cape Breton's PCS 200 course on April 11, 1979. To locate this item at the Beaton Institute, use the following sequence: "Report - Micmac - Title of Item requested."

Micmacs on Kings Road
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Item is a reproduction of this paper. To locate this item at the Beaton Institute, use the following sequence: "Report - Micmac - Title of Item requested."

Item

Item is a paper which focuses on the application of Piaget's theory, that culture and the rate of intellectual development are dependent upon one another; theory tested at Mi'kmaw Reserve schools in Eskasoni and
Membertou. To locate this item at the Beaton Institute, use the following sequence: "Report - Micmac - Title of Item requested."

Report on Chapel Island
Item · 1972

Item is a reproduction of the original report developed for DEVCO in July 1972 on the feasibility of making Chapel Island a tourist destination. Includes a history of the Chapel Island Mission Church; mentions descriptive comments from various historical sources, and recommendations that Chapel Island be made a tourist attraction. To locate this item at the Beaton Institute, use the following sequence: "Report - Micmac - Title of Item
requested."

Item · 1970

Item is a study of an integrated New Brunswick school outlining the social relationships between Mi'kmaw Indians and non-Indians, Mi'kmaw identity, and the problem of ethnicity-based discrimination. To locate this item at the
Beaton Institute, use the following sequence: "Report - Micmac - Title of Item requested."

Item · 1989

Item is a report titled "A Cape Breton Primer: Canada's Old World Music" written by Kate Dunlay and published in Sing Out! The Folk Magazine Vol. 34 #4 Fall 1989.

Item · 1968

Item is a study of seven contemporary Nova Scotian Reservations with particular reference to the formation of small groups, how they operate internally, group cohesiveness, communication and its effect on group opinions, perception, behaviour and socio-cultural change. To locate this item at the Beaton Institute, use the following sequence: "Report - Micmac - Title of Item requested."

CA BI Government Reports - Box 11 File 4C · Item · 1981

Item is a government report on Canadian fish products in the Pacific region.

CA BI Reports : Industries and Business · Item · 1981

Item is a report prepared for the Cape Breton Development Corporation by NORDCO Limited. The objective of the study was to define the frequency and duration of ice conditions that would pose a significant hindrance to the use of Sydney Harbour as an offshore oil supply base.

Report: Industries & Business · Item · August 11, 2005

Item is a report prepared for New Dawn Enterprises Ltd.'s SSHRC Heritage Tourism Research Project by research assistant, Ben Montgomery. The objective of the study was to learn more about the various organization involved in the Heritage Atlantic Tourism Cooperative.

Whitney Pier and Kolonia
Reports: Towns & Villages: Whitney Pier · Item

Report titled "Whitney Pier and Kolonia* about the history of Whitney Pier and the houses of Kolonia in Sydney, Nova Scotia.

Reports: Towns & Communities : Sydney · Item · 1982

Item is a pictorial history of Sydney, Nova Scotia published by the Smart Shop Ltd. on the store's 70th anniversary in Sydney.

CA BI MG 6.26-MG 6.26 D2 · Item · 1922
Part of Scottish Catholic Society fonds

Item is the report of the first meeting of a committee committed to having Gaelic taught in the public school system. They are acknowledging the demands of the Council of Public Instruction and discussing ways to meet them.

MacKinnon, Joseph
Item · 2008

Item is a report titled "Naval Air Station: North Sydney 1918," written by Peter E. Lawson. The report outlines the experiences and issues that faced American servicemen who assembled a naval air station in North Sydney and patrolled Canadian waters off Cape Breton Island in search of German submarines that threatened merchant ship convoys in the fall of 1918. The report includes copies of photographs, and a list of the North Sydney naval station staff.

Item · 10 April, 1990

Item is a report titled "The Northside Militia - 1800-1950 - With an Emphasis on Sydney Mines," written by Cheryl Keagan. The report provides information about the militia composed of men from North Sydney and Sydney that served between the years 1800 and 1950, and includes information about the units in which Sydney Mines militiamen served in during World War 1 and those who stayed at home to protect the island.

Item · 1985

Item is a report titled "2nd Battalion: The Nova Scotia Highlanders (Cape Breton) 1871-1985," written by Col. I.D. MacIntyre. The report provides information about the history of the Nova Scotia Highlanders, and outlines their contribution during World War 1, including the raising of battalions and the battles in which said battalions participated.

Reports: Ethnic: Scottish · Item · 1987

Item is a report titled "Doug MacPhee: Welcome to my World of Ceilidh" written by Walter Bond.

Essays of Eskasoni
Item · 1967

Item is a reproduction of a collection of essays about the history of the Eskasoni Reserve; mentions schools, population, religion, sports, and social events. File also includes a photocopy of the official Reserve General Register. To locate this item at the Beaton Institute, use the following sequence: "Report - Micmac - Title of Item requested."

Micmac burials
Item · 1989

Item is an original paper by Yolanda Marshall for Richard MacKinnon's Folklore 100 class at UCCB, April 13, 1989. To locate this item at the Beaton Institute, use the following sequence: "Report - Micmac - Title of Item
requested."

The Micmac Grand Council
Item · 1992

Item is a paper by Shelley Stevens submitted to Richard MacKinnon's Folklore 100 class at UCCB on April 14, 1992. To locate this item at the Beaton Institute, use the following sequence: "Report - Micmac - Title of Item
requested."

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Item is a report indicating maritime Mi'kmaq were used as buffers/intermediaries in the Anglo-French struggle for domination, 1714-1740. To locate this item at the Beaton Institute, use the following sequence: "Report - Micmac - Title of Item requested."

Micmacs of the 1900s
Item · 1976

Item is a brief history of the Mi'kmaw contact to 1976, meanings of reservation names in Nova Scotia, the War effort, the formation of the Union of Nova Scotia Indians, etc. To locate this item at the Beaton Institute, use the following sequence: "Report - Micmac - Title of Item requested."

Mi'kmaq Culture
Item · 1996

Item is a paper by Coreena Julian submitted to Richard MacKinnon's Folklore 100 class on March 27, 1996. To locate this item at the Beaton Institute, use the following sequence: "Report - Micmac - Title of Item requested."

Mi'kmaq Poet : Rita Joe
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Item is an original paper by Laura Marshall submitted to Dr. Mary K. MacLeod's HUMA111 on April 11, 1995. To locate this item at the Beaton Institute, use the following sequence: "Report - Micmac - Title of Item
requested."

Old Kings Road Reserve
Item · 1997

Item is a paper by Frances Sylliboy submitted to Terry MacLean on April 14, 1997. Frances is the daughter of Rita Joe. To locate this item at the Beaton Institute, use the following sequence: "Report - Micmac - Title of Item
requested."

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Item is a document that contains an explanation of the 1752 Treaty of Peace and Friendship and "as exact a representation as our computer typography will allow of the handwritten treaty as it appears in the Councilminutes." Published by the Treaty & Aboriginal Rights Research Centre of Nova Scotia. To locate this item at the Beaton Institute, use the following sequence: "Report - Micmac - Title of Item requested."