Mntmu'k

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42 Archival description results for Mntmu'k

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An Assessment of the Economic Potential of the Eskasoni Reserve

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  • Aug. 1969

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.

Bras d'Or Sea Products

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

CBC Radio Program "Morningside"

  • T-252
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  • 3 Jun. 1977

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.​

Cape Breton Fisheries Advisory Board

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.

Fisheries

subject files consist of a variety of topics such as health, agriculture, fisheries and including files on several politicians.

Helsman

  • PAM 2533
  • Item
  • Ca 1982

Item is a bound copy of Helsman newsletter.

History of Marble Mountain

  • Notes - History of Marble Mountain
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  • 1987

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.

Little Bras d'or

  • Map 802
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  • N.d

Item is a Navigational map for the western Bras d'Or Lakes area from Iona to MacKenzie Point showing depths of the water at various places

Little Bras d'or

  • Map 618
  • Item
  • 1947

Item is a marine map of Little Bras d'Or.

Mi'kmaq

  • PAM 3701
  • Item
  • 1994?

Item is a resource document on the programs, projects and studies conducted by MAFS.

Our Approach to the Development and Management of Resources

  • Item
  • Aug. 1969

Item is a report outlining development opportunities, including oyster farming, forestry development, and trade and commercial development for the Eskasoni reserve. To locate this item at the Beaton Institute, use the following sequence: "Report - Economy - Title of Item requested."

Oyster Farmer Meet

File consists of an original negative of John Noel Paul, Chief Dan K. Stevens, Unidentified, Peter Gould, Stephen Gould examing oyster shells.

Abbass Studios Ltd.

Oyster Farming, Eskasoni

  • 94-653-25168
  • Item
  • [1980?]

Item is a reproduction of a photograph of John Brown of Eskasoni, pulling up shells.

Oyster Farming, Eskasoni

  • 94-654-25169
  • Item
  • [1980?]

Item is a photograph of Collin Smith of Baddeck, preparing scallop shells on hooks for spat collection. The spat is oyster larvae that attaches itself to a surface; typically larvae prefer to attach itself to a clean surface which is why they are using scallop shells shown in the picture.

Oyster Farming, Eskasoni

  • 94-651-25166
  • Item
  • [1980?]

Item is a photograph of an oyster farmer in Eskasoni, N.S. with a large pile of oysters.

Oyster Farming, Eskasoni

  • 94-652-25167
  • Item
  • [1980?]

Item is a photograph of John Brown of Eskasoni, on rafts inspecting oyster shells in the water.

Scrap Book 15C

  • SB 15C
  • Item
  • 1956 - 1961

Item is a scrapbook with mentions of oyster, cod and lobsters.

Scrapbook 38

  • SB 38
  • Item
  • n.d

Item is a scrapbook with mentions of the price of oyster stew.

Some General Guidelines of Oyster Farming

  • MG 11.7 C.11 (D) (8)
  • Item
  • 17 Apr. 1972

Item is a pamphlet of questions and answers on oyster farming for fishermen in Cape Breton area for who unfamiliar with the culture, skills and practices of the oyster industry.

The Cape Bretoner

  • Vol. 7 No. 5
  • Item
  • Oct. 1999

Item is a news magazine with an article on oysters.

The Cape Bretoner Magazine

The Mi'kmaw community at Eskasoni

  • T-958
  • Item
  • Oct. 1980

File consists of an audio recording of the CBI Radio show, Fresh Air, featuring a conversation with several informants on various topics concerning life at Eskasoni and Mi'kmaw culture.

Wejkwapniaq

  • PAM 3234b
  • Item
  • 1977

Item is a textbook for studying and preserving Mi'kmaw culture, describes Mi'kmaw lifestyle, political structure, housing, education, religion, dress, language, economy, food, medicine and transportation (Pre-contact period, c. 17th Century). Includes classroom activities. Suitable grades four and up.

Wejkwapniaq

  • PAM 3234a
  • Item
  • 1977

Item is a textbook for studying and preserving Mi'kmaw culture, describes Mi'kmaw lifestyle, political structure, housing, education, religion, dress, language, economy, food, medicine and transportation (Pre-contact period, c. 17th Century). Includes classroom activities. Suitable grades four and up.