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Morrison's Store, St. Peter's
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Customer Purchases (1883-1909)

File consists of eight customer purchase ledgers. A file list is available below.

A. June 1883 - July 1895
B. July 1899 - May 1907
C. July 1903 - Dec. 1904 (Oversized)
D. Dec. 1903 - Nov. 1904
E. Jan. 1905 - March 1906 (Oversized)
F. Feb. 1905 - Feb. 1908
G. June 1907 - Feb. 1908 (Oversized)
H. Oct. 1909

Customer Accounts 1968-1980 (a-f)

File consists of six customer account ledgers. A file list is available below.

A. Jan. 1968 - Jan. 1971
B. Jan. 1972 - July 1974
C. Feb. 1973 - March 1974
D. Jan. 1975 - Jan. 1978
E. March 1978
F. Jan. 1980

Customer Accounts 1940-1962 (a-i)

File consists of nine customer account ledgers. A file list is available below.

A. Aug. 1940 - Aug. 1941
B. Jan. 1950 - April 1954
C. Jan. 1952 - July 1955
D. Jan. 1953 - Feb. 1955
E. Jan. 1954 - Jan. 1957
F. Jan. 1955 - Jan. 1957
G. Oct. 1956 - Sept. 1958
H. Oct. 1958 - Sept. 1959
I. Jan. 1958 - Jan. 1962

Correspondence (1956-1958)

File consists of correspondence relating to the 1956 Nova Scotia general election. All correspondence relates to Alex A. Morrison, the Richmond County secretary for the Nova Scotia Progressive Conservative Party.

Correspondence - September to October 1922

File consists of correspondence from the records of Indian Affairs Superintendent, A.J. Boyd. Topics include monetary and material relief, Indian Day Schools, child care and family affairs, land and Treaty rights, medical care, road repair, and employment.

A letter dated September 2, 1922 provides follow-up on a request for an artificial limb from January 12 and January 24, 1921 (MG 14.195 A.1.16), April 26, 1922 (MG 14.195 A.1.25), and May 30, 1922 (MG 14.195 A.1.26).

Correspondence - September to October 1921

File consists of correspondence from the records of Indian Affairs Superintendent, A.J. Boyd. Topics include material and monetary relief, housing, Indian Day Schools, child care, medical care, band membership, and hunting.

Correspondence - September to October 1920

File consists of correspondence from the records of Indian Affairs Superintendent, A.J. Boyd. Topics include Indian Day Schools, material and monetary relief, medical care, construction and repair, childcare, and road repair.

Correspondence - November to December 1920

File consists of correspondence from the records of Indian Affairs Superintendent, A.J. Boyd. Topics include childcare, farming, correspondence regarding returning soldiers and solider settlement, medical care, construction and repair, Indian Day Schools, and material relief.

Correspondence - November to December 1919

File consists of correspondence from the records of Indian Affairs Superintendent, A.J. Boyd. Topics include monetary and material relief, school repairs, medical care, purchasing of supplies, a letter regarding the Soldier Settlement Act, and a report on the families living on the Sydney Reserve.

Correspondence - November 1921

File consists of correspondence from the records of Indian Affairs Superintendent, A.J. Boyd. Topics include medical care, housing, material and monetary relief, Indian Day Schools, child care, employment, and agriculture.

Correspondence - Miscellaneous (n.d.)

File consists of correspondence from the records of Indian Affairs Superintendent, A.J. Boyd. Topics include the distribution of blankets, correspondence pertaining to Indian Day Schools, the purchasing of supplies and food items, and supply lists. Dates are not readily discernible.

Correspondence - May to June 1923

File consists of correspondence from the records of Indian Affairs Superintendent, A.J. Boyd. Topics include monetary and material relief, medical care, housing, land leasing, and Indian Day Schools.

Correspondence - May to June 1921

File consists of correspondence from the records of Indian Affairs Superintendent, A.J. Boyd. Topics include material and monetary relief, housing, agriculture and farming supplies, medical care, Indian Day Schools, child care, and a "Report of Indian Affairs in Nova Scotia for the year 1920-21."

Correspondence - May 1922

File consists of correspondence from the records of Indian Affairs Superintendent, A.J. Boyd. Topics include housing, material and monetary relief, farming, medical care, fishing, and Indian Day Schools.

Letters dated May 2, May 13, May 19, and May 30, 1922, contain information regarding the election of Ben Christmas as Chief/Captain elect for the Sydney band.

A letter dated May 30, 1922, provides follow-up on a request for an artificial limb from January 12, 1921, January 24, 1921 (MG 14.195 A.1.16), and April 26, 1922 (MG 14.195 A.1.25).

Correspondence - May 1920

File consists of correspondence from the records of Indian Affairs Superintendent, A.J. Boyd. Topics include property management, monetary and material relief, child care, farming, a Report of Indian Schools in Nova Scotia, a report on Indian Affairs in Nova Scotia for the year 1919-20, and road repair.

Correspondence - March to April 1922

File consists of correspondence from the records of Indian Affairs Superintendent, A.J. Boyd. Topics include monetary and material relief, medical care, farming, fishing, Indian Day Schools, child care and family affairs, band membership, and housing.

A letter dated April 26, 1922 provides follow-up on a request for an artificial limb from January 12 and January 24, 1921 (MG 14.195 A.1.16).

Correspondence - March 1920

File consists of correspondence from the records of Indian Affairs Superintendent, A.J. Boyd. Topics include child care, monetary and material relief, supply requests, medical care, land rights and trespass, and band membership.

Correspondence - June 1922

File consists of correspondence from the records of Indian Affairs Superintendent, A.J. Boyd. Topics include farming, material and monetary relief, medical care, housing, property disputes, fishing, Indian Day Schools, and child care.

Correspondence - June 1920

File consists of correspondence from the records of Indian Affairs Superintendent, A.J. Boyd. Topics include monetary and material relief, band membership, farming and livestock, medical care, child care, road repair, and property management.

Correspondence - July to August 1923

File consists of correspondence from the records of Indian Affairs Superintendent, A.J. Boyd. Topics include farming, medical care, family affairs and child care, material and monetary relief, and Indian Day Schools.

Correspondence - July to August 1922

File consists of correspondence from the records of Indian Affairs Superintendent, A.J. Boyd. Topics include material and monetary relief, medical care, land leasing, Indian Day Schools, housing, and road repair.

Correspondence - July to August 1921

File consists of correspondence from the records of Indian Affairs Superintendent, A.J. Boyd. Topics include housing and construction, material and monetary relief, band membership, employment, Indian Day Schools and teacher applications, child care, medical care and road repair.

Correspondence - July to August 1920

File consists of correspondence from the records of Indian Affairs Superintendent, A.J. Boyd. Topics include band membership, property management, monetary and material relief, farming, road repair, child care and family affairs, and Indian Day Schools.

Correspondence - January to February 1922

File consists of correspondence from the records of Indian Affairs Superintendent, A.J. Boyd. Topics include material and monetary relief, child care, Indian Day School, band membership, housing, medical care, and employment.

Correspondence - January to February 1921

File consists of correspondence from the records of Indian Affairs Superintendent, A.J. Boyd. Topics include material and monetary relief, Indian Day Schools, medical care, childcare, the appointment and management of Indian Agents, farming, and correspondence regarding a request for the replacement of an artificial foot dated January 12 and January 24, 1921.

Correspondence - January to February 1920

File consists of correspondence from the records of Indian Affairs Superintendent, A.J. Boyd. Topics include medical care, house repair, monetary and material relief, child care and family affairs, land inheritance and sale, and various concerns regarding Indian Day Schools.

Correspondence - December 1921

File consists of correspondence from the records of Indian Affairs Superintendent, A.J. Boyd. Topics include child care, material and monetary relief, medical care, Indian Day Schools, and housing.

Correspondence - April to August 1919

File consists of correspondence from the records of Indian Affairs Superintendent, A.J. Boyd. Topics include funds given by the Department to band members, a report on Indian Schools in Nova Scotia, the care of children, requisition and purchasing of supplies, road repair, and a letter regarding the election of Gabriel Silliboy of Whycocomagh Reserve as "tribal chief," succeeding the late John Denny of Eskasoni Reserve.

Correspondence - April 1920

File consists of correspondence from the records of Indian Affairs Superintendent, A.J. Boyd. Topics include child care, material and monetary relief, Indian Day Schools, dog bylaws and tax, medical care, farming, and supply requests.

Correspondence - 1923 (Fragile)

File contains 5 letters of correspondence from the records of Indian Affairs Superintendent, A.J. Boyd. Topics include a requisition for office supplies, monetary relief, school goods, and transportation expenses.

Correspondence - 1922 (Fragile)

File consists 2 letters of correspondence from the records of Indian Affairs Superintendent, A.J. Boyd. Dated January 5, 1922 and January 6, 1922, the letters pertain to a request for a loan towards the purchasing of a horse.

Correspondence - 1921 (Fragile)

File consists of a single letter dated March 14, 1921, from the records of Indian Affairs Superintendent, A.J. Boyd. It includes discussion on the appointment of an Indian Agent for the Yarmouth band as well as concerns regarding the condition of the reserve from potentially unauthorized excavations. The letter also contains mention of widespread poverty in Kings County and finishes with a discussion of the position of an Indian Agent in Kings County.

Correspondence - March to April 1921

File consists of correspondence from the records of Indian Affairs Superintendent, A.J. Boyd. Topics include child care, band membership, monetary and material relief, Indian Day School and the circumstances surrounding the dismissal of a teacher, medical care, agriculture and farming supplies, and housing.

Correspondence

Subseries consists of correspondence relating to the administrative operations of Morrison's General Store in St. Peter's.

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