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Accession Number: 75-015

Title

Canadian Association in Support of Native Peoples fonds. -- 1956-1973. -- 10 m of textual records. -- ca. 500 photographs.

Biography / History

The Canadian Association in Support of Native Peoples is an association of natives and non-natives in support of natives. It was originally established in 1957 under the name of the National Commission on the Indian Canadian and was a non-native organization created to study the "Indian problem". The first chairman of the Commission was Mrs. W.H. Clark. By February 1958 it had become apparent that the problems of the native peoples were much more complex than first anticipated, and it was decided to involve aboriginal peoples in the Commission to help find viable solutions. In 1960, the Indian-Eskimo Association was incorporated, with Mrs. Clark as the first president. The I.E.A. had several functions which included encouraging native leaders to form organizations, fund-raising, organizing workshops to discuss native housing, community and economic development, and providing advice and support in legal matters. Also, provincial and regional divisions were created to help deal with specific native issues, not just native problems on a general level. By 1968, several national and provincial native organizations had been organized. In September of the same year, leaders of the native organizations met with representatives of the I.E.A. to discuss the future role of the Association. It was agreed that the native organizations still needed the I.E.A.'s support, but that they should begin to deal directly with governments, without the I.E.A. acting as the middleman. It was clear that the future of the I.E.A. was to provide only support and advice to the developing native organizations. In 1972, many of the recommendations made in 1968 had come into effect. The name was changed to the Canadian Association in Support of Native Peoples to reflect the new functions of the Association more accurately. At this time, regional offices of the Association were closed, and the head office moved from Toronto to Ottawa. The Association dissolved in 2015.

Custodial History

The fonds was created by, and in the custody of, the Canadian Association in Support of Native Peoples until it was donated to the Trent University Archives.

Scope and Content

This fonds consists of minutes, reports, briefs, memoranda, scrapbooks and memorabilia of the Canadian Association in Support of Native Peoples which has been divided into the following series: A-1 - Constitution and by-laws; A-2 - minutes - with 4 sub-series - National Commission on the Indian Canadian; Board of Directors: Papers of Executive Director; Committees. B-1 - correspondence; C-1 - Annual Reports and Briefs; C-2 - conferences, conventions, workshops, etc.; C-3 - materials on native and non-native organizations; C-4 - Indian-Eskimo Association - Canadian Association in Support of Native Peoples Library; C-5 - Student Volunteer Service: C-6 - applications for employment; C-7 - subject files, arranged alphabetically; D-1 - D-2 - association and divisional financial statements,; E - 1,2,3 - accounts, ledgers, materials from financial campaigns; and F - miscellaneous, photos memorabilia and scrapbooks.

Notes

Title based on the organization which created the fonds.

The fonds was donated by the Canadian Association in Support of Native Peoples.

The fonds was arranged according to priciples developed at the Public Archives of Canada for the papers of corporate bodies and private associations.

Restrictions: N

Finding aids: Y

Additions to the fonds: 77-018, 82-014 and 94-009. Further accruals are expected.

For related records see: 78-003, 81-018, 91-010, 94-010, 95-005, 95-006, and 95-019. 

Finding Aid

SERIES

A-1: Constitution and By-Laws: No Holdings

A-2: Minutes
a. National Commission on the Indian Canadian (NCIC): Box 1 Folders 1-2
b. Board of Directors, etc., Indian Eskimo Association (IEA): Box 1 Folders 3-10
c. Papers of the Executive Director, (NCIC-IEA- CASNP): Boxes 2 and 3
d. Committees (NCIC-IEA-CASNP): Box 4 Folder 1 to Box 6

B-1: Correspondence: Box 7 Folder 1 to Box 17 Folder 6

C-1: Annual Reports and Briefs (NCIC, IEA, CASNP): Box 17 Folder 7 to Box 18 Folder 5

C-2: Conferences, Workshops, etc.: Box 19 Folder 1 to Box 22 Folder 10

C-3: Materials on Native and Non-Native Organizations (Domestic and Foreign), arranged alphabetically: Box 23 Folder 1 to Box 24 Folder 3

C-4: IEA-CASNP Library: Box 25 Folder 1 to Box 29 Folder 4

C-5: Student Volunteer Services: Box 30 Folder 1 to Box 32 Folder 4

C-6: Applications for Employment: Box 32 Folder 4

C-7: Subject Files, arranged alphabetically: Box 32 Folder 5 to Box 33 Folder 3

D-1: Financial Statements: Box 33 Folder 4

D-2: NCIC-IEA-CASNP & Divisions: Box 33 Folder 5 to Box 33 Folder 8

E-1: Accounts, Journals & Ledgers: Box 34 to Box 36

E-2: Materials from Financial Campaigns: Box 37 Folders 1-3

E-3: Miscellaneous Financial Material: Box 37 Folders 4-5

F: Photographs, Negatives, Scrapbooks, Assorted Memorabilia: Boxes 37 and 38

 

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75-015 BOX 1

SERIES A-2a.

NATIONAL COMMISSION ON THE INDIAN CANADIAN

Folder 1:

  • List of members
  • Minutes January 1957-1960, and related memoranda and statements
  • correspondence, Lists, re the Parliamentary
  • commission on Indian Affairs, 1959-1960.
  • correspondence re: CANADIAN ESKIMO CONFERENCE

Folder 2:

  • mailing list, Canada Council memberships
  • organization of NCIC final committee report,
  • 25 April 1959
  • documentation of formation of INDIAN ESKIMO ASSOCIATION OF CANADA, 1960
  • NCTC minutes,1957-1960

SERIES A-2b

Folder 3:

  • IEA Board of Directors lists 196063; 1961-64
  • Cyrille Dufresne, member, Board of Directors
  • notices of meetings, Board nominations
  • paper on origin of IEA
  • various lists, announcements
  • correspondence with R. A. Phillips, M. Phillips and Mrs. J. M. Tracy, 1962-63-64.

Folder 4:

  • IEA Board accepted nominations, 1966
  • Ontario Division nominations correspondence
  • Annual Meeting, 1967 agenda, nominating
  • committee report. 1967
  • election of officers
  • Lists of members of Board
  • Board copies of Finance Committee records
  • Treasurer’s Report, 1960

Folder 5:

  • IEA Minutes — Board, 1958-62
  • Executive Committee report on organization’s activities
  • correspondence re: Executive Committee

Folder 6:

  • IEA Minutes - Board 1958-62 continued
  • NCIC Minutes, 1958-59
  • notes and correspondence
  • Canadian Bar Association Report of Committee on Legal Status and Civil Rights of the Canadian Indian (1956, 1958)
  • various agenda

Folder 7:

  • IEA Minutes -- Board, 1960 (Nov.12)
  • Association programme, 196062

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Folder 8:

  • IEA Board. Minutes, Executive reports,
  • statements on student Volunteer Service
  • analysis of Bil1 C-130 (Howard Stuats), June 20, 1964

Folder 9:

  • IEA Executive reports 1962
  • Minutes of Board meetings, 1962, 1969, 1971 activities report, 1962
  • undated Executive Director's Report
  • reports on Canadian Native Associations, native community action programmes,
  • Company of Young Canadians,
  • annual meeting speeches
  • inter-organizational communications

Folder 10:

  • CASNP Minutes Board of Directors, 1973
  • IEA Minutes, 1971
  • reports to Board on funding, resources & information centre, aircraft management, etc.
  • LIP application & information; grants from Provincial Education Departments, assorted lists.

75-015 BOX 2

SERIES A-2c

Folder 1:

  • Administrative: letters to NCIC Executive Director 1959-61
  • analysis of native briefs submitted to NCIC, re: Parliamentary Committee on Indian Affairs
  • correspondence with Attawapiskat Band council, 196061
  • Review of Indian Affairs Branch (Dept. of citizenship & Immigration) Activities, 1948-58
  • correspondence with Manitoba Government 1958-62 re: commercial fishing assistance, teaching courses
  • correspondence with Alberta. Government, 1959, re: Northern Alberta Development Council Brief

Folder 2:

  • correspondence with the British Columbia Government Indian Advisory Committee 1959-61
  • correspondence with the Saskatchewan Government, 1957-62, Social Aid Department.
  • correspondence with the Ontario Government, 1960-62 re: IEA function & program, -
  • miscellaneous materials on Ontario

Folder 3:

  • Tissue copies of out-letters, Nov.-Dec. 1971, Feb. 1972
  • photo copy Finance Committee Minutes, Feb. 23, 1973,
  • Executive Memos to Board, Feb. 28, 1972, April 2l and 28, 1972 re progress reports.
  • tissue copies of out letters, April 1972

Folder 4:

  • Memorandum to Board of Directors, 1972,
  • employment, progress reports, use of aircraft
  • tissue copies of out-letters, May, June, July, September, l972
  • Memoranda to Board of Directors
  • CASNP statement, 1972

Folder 5:

  • tissue copies of out-letters, 16 July 1963 19 sept. 1964, (written by the executive. director and executive secretary)

Folder 6:

  • Tissue copies of out-letters, 31 Oct-31 Dec 1963; Jan. and Feb. 1964

Folder 7:

  • Tissue copies of out-letters, March-May 1964

Folder 8:

  • Tissue copies of out-letters, June-Aug. 1964

Folder 9:

  • Tissue copies of out-letters, Sept.-Nov. 1964

Folder 10:

  • Inter-office memoranda, 1962-65
  • external memorandum to Professor C. E. Hendry re 1964 IEA activities
  • memos, 1970-71 on native 1iterature, metis history, pension plan

SERIES A-2c

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Folder 10:

  • undated “potential members" list
  • notes of membership committee and discussion of recommendations, 1962
  • second annual report
  • financial campaign form letters, auditor’s report 1960, money by-law of I.E.A.

75-015 BOX 3

  • several pages of handwritten notes, presumably by John Melling
  • Minutes, eleventh meeting, Committee on Eskimo Affairs, March 1960; miscellaneous correspondence, notes from executive members, 1963;
  • tissue copies of out-letters, Jan., March & Aug. 1972, with references to Prime Minister Trudeau, Harold Cardinal and Alberta Association's activities, reorganization of association, relations with National Indian Brotherhood, non-status Indians, native education.

SERIES A-2d

Folder 1:

  • “The Canadian Association in Support of the Native Peoples", a paper prepared by W. G. McConkey for the Race Relations News of South Africa, n.d.
  • The Northern Community Action Programme of the IEA
  • Notes on the National Indian Institute of Mexico
  • Executive Director’s Report, memoranda to Provincial Premiers, 1964
  • Thora Mills, Report of Visit to Moosonee,1966
  • other related northern service materials.

Arts and Crafts Committee, IEA

  • correspondence, reports, minutes, related news clippings, 196264

Central Planning Committee

  • list of members, n.d.

Coordinating Committee on Canadian Indians in Metropolitan Toronto, minutes, March 23, 1964

Finance Committee

  • minutes, forms, 19641966, 1971
  • Record System of Prospect and Contribution Cards, n.d.

SERIES A-2d

75-015 BOX 4

Folder 2:

  • Executive Committee, NCIC
  • Minutes, 1957-59
  • statement of receipts/expenditures, June 1957

Executive Committee, IEA

  • Minutes, April, July, Oct. 1960
  • carbon copies of Director's Report

Folder 3:

Executive Committee, IEA

  • Minutes, May, Aug., Sept., 1961; Jan., May, June, August 1962; Summary of Income and Expenditures, August 1961-April 1962
  • Reports of Executive Committee, 1957, 1962-64
  • records of appointment of E. R. McEwan as Executive Director, IEA, 1968.
  • List of members, Ontario Division Executive 1967
  • minutes, Ontario Division Executive,1969

Executive Committee, CASNP

  • minutes, 1972
  • Zero Population Growth newsletter, 1971
  • National Film Board newsletter, 1971

Folder 4:

House committee, 1962-64 (IEA)

  • agenda, minutes.

Scholarship Committee

  • membership list, n.d.
  • Hudson’s Bay Company Scholarship correspondence, 1961-63; minutes, 1961-62
  • miscellaneous materials on northern education, health services, school guidance, scholarship awards
  • Financia1 Assistance for Alberta students July 1962

Folder 5:

Indian Employment Committee (IEA)

  • correspondence and memos regarding native employment, 1963
  • IEA: Employment Study, Feb. 13/63
  • statements on Manitoba's Economic Future n.d., and Employment of Native People.

Library Committee (IEA)

  • minutes, Jan.-Feb. 1970
  • by-laws of Ontario Native Development Fund
  • ad hoc committee recommendations and related correspondence 1960.

Membership committee (IEA) (NCIC)

  • Minutes correspondence, memoranda, membership lists, notices of meetings, 1959-1967.

SERIES A - 2d

75-015/4

Folder 6:

  • National Committee for Arctic and Northern Scouting (E. R. McEwen, member)
  • Minutes and correspondence, 1964-66.

Nominating committee (IEA)

  • copies of agenda & slate, Oct. 1960
  • correspondence, memoranda on IEA development 1962
  • Minutes, correspondence, lists, 1961-64

Folder 7:

  • Northern Service Committee (IEA)
  • mailing lists, lists of members, meetings, reports statistics on women “convicted and sentenced in some Ontario Centres” 1960
  • agenda, minutes, 1960-62
  • reports on Northern Community Needs, correspondence with and about organizations & people interested in the North,
  • minutes of Committee of the Arctic Seminar Nov 1961
  • correspondence, working papers regarding special projects: student Volunteer Service, Scholarship Awards 196162

SERIES A-2d

Folder 8:

Northern service Committee (IEA)

  • correspondence, minutes and statements of N.S.C. subcommittees A, B and C, 1961-62
  • general correspondence with Department of Northern Affairs and Natural Resources, 1960-62
  • Community Centres Advice, n.d.
  • General information file re Save the Children Fund 1960-61, Business in the Community by R. Ritchie
  • correspondence, minutes of Northern Service Committee, 1961-63, relative to special N.S.C. projects such as “Skates for the North";
  • Toothpaste commercial proposal by W. H. Edwards, products, etc.

Folder 9:

Northern Service Committee (IEA)

  • correspondence, notes & memos, 1961-62
  • minutes, 1960-62; subcommittee on needs, Jan. & April 1962; Student Volunteer scheme;
  • N.S.C. Chairman’s Report, Jan. 1963

SERIES A-2d

75-015 BOX 5

Folder 1:

Northern service Committee (IEA)

  • Minutes of NSC, 1961, correspondence and related clippings, minutes of N.S.C. subcommittees A & B, 1961-62, with correspondence, reports of discussion groups and statements on Skate project and “Operation Northland", Dec. 1962.

Folder 2:

Northern Service Committee (IEA)

  • correspondence re various projects, such as Curve Lake Ojibwa Crafts, North West River situation, Sandy Lake Cooperative proposal, Great Whale River
  • reports on Fort Albany, Hay River and Northern Community Needs and Community Development 1961-63
  • List or “Present Project Needs”, 1961
  • Minutes, subcommittee A, 1961, correspondence, agenda
  • reports on Recreation Needs of Youth, CBC Northern Service; annual report of Commissioner of Northwest Territories, 1962-63
  • MacKenzie District Treaties 8 and 11 — Unfulfilled Provisions.

Folder 3:

Northern Service Committee (IEA)

  • correspondence, etc. with Boy Scouts re northern invo1vement; reports, correspondence and minutes of investigation into the situation at Fort Albany, 1963-64
  • correspondence, memos and minutes regarding special projects: Povungnituk Co-op; Frobisher Bay, Cape Dorset, 1962-64;
  • Women’s Interchurch Council, Sandy Lake, Woolgar Lake, Old Crow Skiers
  • N.S.C. report on policy/services relations, 1963.

Folder 4:

Northern Service Committee (IEA)

  • notes, minutes, correspondence, reports, agendas, news clippings: on regular and special projects;
  • Arctic scholarships; Supervised Recreation at Fort Smith; Ontario Northland Project statement on;
  • "Needs” subcommittee report, minutes, correspondence;
  • papers submitted to the N. S. C. on northern needs; reports of annual meetings of IEA;
  • adult education at Fort Smith; statement on Northern Field Worker Project, or Operation Northland, 1961-64.

SERIES A-2d

75-015/5

Folder 5:

Northern Regional Committee (IEA)

  • minutes, correspondence, re Northland Project, 1963-65; 1967

Ontario Division (IEA) minutes of committee, reports on regional reorganization of IEA, correspondence of Ontario Committee, minutes, correspondence of Ontario Education Committee, reports on educational needs of natives. 196668.

Folder 6:

Organization Committee (NCIC-IEA)

  • minutes, notes, correspondence, reports, 1958 1963; reports on organizational structure, with recommendations, statements of objectives, lists of members, agendas.

Parliamentary Committee on Indian Affairs (NCIC)

  • memoranda, notes, minutes, reports, correspondence n. d., 1959; NCIC procedural report, n. d.

Personnel Committee (IEA)

  • minutes, staff lists/statistics, memos, 1961-1964.

Publications Committee (NCIC-IEA)

  • lists of members, minutes, reports, correspondence, bulletins, 1958-1968.

Public Relations Committee

  • List of members, minutes, 1964; 1966.

Québec Committee (IEA)

  • memorandum, clippings, report of discussions in Montréal, Feb. Oct. 1964.

Folder 7:

Research Committee (NCIC-IEA)

  • membership Lists, memoranda, correspondence, minutes, reports, 1959-1963.
  • draft statement on aspects of social and economic situation of Canada 's native people, n.d.; studies of 1eadership, patterns, and draft research projects.

Folder 8:

Research Committee, (NCIC-IEA)

  • minutes, correspondence, memoranda, reports, drafts, 1959-1960
  • "Analysis of Indian Briefs Prepared---- for Submission to the Parliamentary Committee On Indian Affairs” 1959.

Scholarship Committee (IEA)

  • minutes, membership lists, 1961-1962
  • statement on Hudson’s Bay Company Scholarship.

SERIES A-2d

75-015/5

Folder 8:

Social Action and Community Relations

  • correspondence, 1963-65; report on problems of the aged in ethnic groups, by Robt. Kreem (1964)

Social Action and Community Relations

  • Martin. O’Connell’s report on trip to Edmonton
  • discussion of reports of Parliamentary Committee on Indian Affairs
  • report of first regional conference held at Yellowknife
  • report on change in name from IEA to CASNP. 19641973
  • Ontario Division IEA estrays education committee-minutes, correspondence, lists, presidents and executive secretary's reports 1967-1968.

75-015 BOX 6

IEA committee estrays, 1961-63

  • correspondence, reports, drafts, by-laws relating to Northern Service Committee Organization Committee (with references to possible amalgamation with North American Indian Brotherhood), toothpaste advertisements;
  • finance committee correspondence, N-Z, re 1962 contributions.

SERIES B-l

Correspondence

75-015/7 folder 1 to 75-015/17 folder 6.

75-015 BOX 7

Folder 1:

  • correspondence "A" -in and out letters.
  • general, 196062, including Attawapiskat Chief Tahtail and band council.
  • general, 1962-65
  • miscellaneous, "A-B"
  • Abitibi Paper Company 1966
  • Alberta Federation of Home and School Associations, 1962-66
  • Alberta Women’s Institute, 1959; 1962
  • Agriculture Department, Quebec. 1961
  • Alcoholism Research Foundation, 1958-60
  • All Canada Radio and Television, 1962-65
  • American Friends’ Service Committee, 1958-60
  • American Indian Centre of Chicago, 1960-61
  • American Indian Development Association, 1959-61

Folder 2:

  • Correspondence "A" continued
  • Anglican Church of Canada, Toronto 1957-62; Regions, 1958-63
  • Anglican Church of Canada Residential Schools, including personal correspondence of John Melling and Mrs. C. Clark, re NCIC/IEA development, 1958-63
  • Alpha Delta Kappa, 1967
  • Armstrong, Mrs. W. P., 1964-69 (the former Mrs. Catherine Porter of the Northern Regional Committee)
  • arts and crafts development and marketing,1963-65
  • Association on American Indian Affairs 1971
  • Association (IEA) correspondence, 1965
  • Atlantic Wholesalers Ltd., 1964-66

Folder 3:

"B" miscellaneous, 1960-62

Folder 4:

"B" miscellaneous, 1963-65

Folder 5:

"B" miscellaneous, 196566

Folder 6:

  • “B” miscellaneous, 1966-69
  • Baha’s of Canada, 1960-63
  • Baptist Church, 1958-63
  • Bank of Montrea1, 1962-68
  • Bank of Nova Scotia, 1962-68

Folder 7:

  • Bastin, Mrs. F. M., 1961-63. Includes reports on her tour of Friendship Centres, and material on the American Indian Centre of Chicago
  • B.C. Indian Arts and Welfare society, 1964-68

SERIES B-1

75-015/7

Folder 8:

  • B.C. Provincial Council of Women, 1960
  • Bechtel Foundation, 1958
  • Bellrose, Eddy (D.I.A.) 196667
  • Bellrose, Jack (Native Foundation of Alberta) 1967
  • Benedickson, Wm. M. (Minister of Mines and Technical Surveys), 1964-65, 1966, 1969
  • Berger, Carlos-Juan, 1964
  • Best, R.A. (IEA legal, human rights) 1963-67
  • Bickell, J.P. Foundation, 1964
  • Bienvenu, M.M., 1965
  • Biggs, S.C., 196465
  • Bighead, Angela M. (Keewatin District) n. d.
  • Bigwin, A.E. (IEA Nominating Committee, U.O.I.) 1964-67
  • Binkley, C.F., 1965
  • H. Birks’ and sons, 1961-64
  • Bishop’s Fund, 1964
  • Blair, S.R., 1962, 1965 (Albertą Natural Gas Co.)
  • Blake, Cassels and Graydon, 1964
  • Bolte, A.A. (Canadian Kodak), 1964
  • Bordon Company Ltd., 1963-65
  • Borovoy, Alan (on human rights), 1965
  • Bourne, John G., 1962-64
  • Boy Scouts Association, 1959-63
  • B. P. Canada Ltd., 1963, 1965

Folder 9:

  • Brandon Indian Friendship Centre, 1962-66
  • Brant, John R. (Chief), 1965 (Deseronto IEA Workshop)
  • Brantford Historical Society, 1958 (Indian History Week)
  • Brennon, W.J., n.d. (government, IEA1iason)
  • Brewin, A. F., M.P., 1964
  • Brigham, S., 1964, 1966
  • Brigham Young University, 1963-64
  • Brights’ Canadian Wines, 1965
  • British-American Oil Co., 1963-66
  • B. C. Hydro and Power Authority, 1963-65
  • Brochure (IEA) 1966 (with photos)
  • Brockville Chemicals Ltd., 1965
  • Bronson, E.H., Mrs. 1964-65
  • Brown, F. H. 1963-65
  • Brown, Rt. Rev. R. F., 1964-65
  • 450th Brownie Pack, Scarboro, n. d.
  • Bryan, G.W., 1963
  • Bulletin (IEA), 1962

Folder 10:

  • Bulletin and Public Relations (IEA) 1963
  • Bulloch, T.D. (Metis employment), 1964-65
  • Bunting, Marian, 1960-62
  • Burbage, Robert (Day Schoo1, Round Lake), 1960
  • Burnamthorpe Collegiate Institute, n. d.
  • Burns Bros. and Wenton Ltd. - (IEA. stocks) 1964-65
  • Burns, Phyllis (Cdn. Welfare council), 1960-62
  • Burroughs, Business Machines Ltd., 1963-64
  • Burry, Herbert, 1963-64
  • Burton, Dr. F. R., 1962-68

75-015 BOX 8

Folder 1:

  • “C” miscellaneous, 1957-65, including material on Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police

Folder 2:

  • “C” miscellaneous, 1965-68

Folder 3:

  • “C” miscellaneous (additional), 1958-68
  • Calder, Frank, 1964-66 (NDP M.P.)
  • Calgary Albertan, 1964
  • Calgary Brewing and Malting Co., 1962-66
  • Calgary Canadian Citizenship Council, 1958, 1959, 1964
  • Calgary Council of Community Services, 1959-66
  • Calgary Indian Friendship Club and Centre, 1962-67
  • Calgary Indian Service Committee, 1965-66
  • Campbell, Ada, Dec. 1964
  • Campbell, Ian., 1964-65
  • Campbell Soup Co., 1964
  • Canada Council, 1960-66 (research projects)
  • Canada Foundation, n. d., 1957-59
  • Canada Malting Company Ltd., 1964-68
  • Canada Packers Limited, 1962-63
  • Canada Paper "Wholesale " Ltd., 1963-67
  • Canada Permanent Trust Co., 1961-67
  • Canada Safeway Ltd., 1964-67

Folder 4:

  • Canada Trust Company, 1958-63
  • Canadian Acceptance Corporation, 1964-65
  • Canadian Arts Council, 1958
  • Canadian Association for Adult Education, 1959-62

Folder 5:

  • Canadian Association of Social Workers, 1959-64 includes materials from Northern Saskatchewan Branch.
  • Canadian Aviation Electronics Limited, 1963
  • Canadian Breweries Limited, 1963
  • Canadian Citizenship Council, 1957

Folder 6:

  • Canadian Conference on Education, 1960-62

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Folder 7:

  • Canadian Conference on Social Welfare, 1960-63; 1964
  • Canadian Council of Christians and Jews, 1957-62
  • Canadian Council of Churches, 1958, 1960-67
  • Canadian Daughters League, 1961
  • Canadian Friends Service Committee, 1959-62.
  • Canadian Girl Guides Association, 1959-63
  • Canadian Handcraft Guild, 1962
  • Canadian History Week, 1962
  • Canadian Jewish Congress, 1960-62
  • Canadian Labour Congress, 1959-62

Folder 8:

  • Canadian Library Association, 1960
  • Canadian Marconi company, 1961, (labour problems)
  • Canadian Mental Health Association, 1958
  • Canadian Native Friendship Centre, Edmonton, 1962-63
  • Canadian National Railways and Telecommunications, 1965-67
  • Canadian Oil Companies Ltd., 1962, 1964
  • Canadian Pacific Telecommunications. 1965-67
  • Canadian Park and Telford Ltd., 1964
  • Canadian Salt Co. Ltd.,1962-68
  • Canadian Socia1 Science Research Council, 1957
  • Canadian Superior Oil Ltd., 1964
  • Canadian Tuberculosis Association n.d.
  • Canadian Union of Students, 1964-66

Folder 9:

  • Canadian Unitarian Council, 1966, 1969
  • Canadian Welfare council, 1957-62
  • Canadian Westinghouse Employees, 1964
  • Canadair Ltd., 1962, 64, 65
  • Cape Croker (rustic, furniture project) 1964
  • Carnegie Library, 1964
  • Carr, Donald, 1964
  • Carruthers, Alex D., 1964-65
  • Carle, Monique, 1964
  • Carleton Memorial Church, 1963(missionary fair)
  • Carling Breweries Ltd., 1962, 64, 65
  • Carter, K. LeM., 1962
  • J. I. Case Company, 1963, 65

75-015 BOX 9

Folder 1:

  • Catholic Women’s League of Canada, 1957-66
  • Cavanagh, R. 1964-65
  • Canadian Broadcasting Company, 1957-63
  • Centennial Commission, 1965-66

Folder 2:

  • Centra1 Neighbourhood House, 1965-66
  • Centra1 Printing Company, 1965-66
  • Central Students’ Council Welfare Committee, 1965-70
  • CFHC Radio station, Calgary, 1962-64
  • Chamber of Commerce, 1958-59,1963
  • Chapman, Margaret - North American Indian Brotherhood, 1963
  • Child Welfare League of Ontario, n.d.
  • Christian Family Movement, 1964 (Toronto Group)
  • Christie, Brown and Company, 1962-68
  • Chrepler Canada Ltd., 1963-65
  • Citizenship and Immigration, Dept. of, 1958-64

Folder 3

  • Clark, Mrs. W. Harold, 1960-67. Includes biography of IEA President and other IEA materials.
  • Clark, Irwin and cọ. Ltd., 1964-67
  • Clark, Roy N., 1964-65
  • Clipsham, Mrs. W. B., 1965-66
  • Cleitesi, George, 1961-63
  • Cochenour Williams Gold Mines Ltd., 1963-64
  • Collison, Mrs. A.V.A., 1964-66
  • Commercial Life Insurance Company, 1964
  • Community Development Foundation of New York, 1966
  • Community Development Journal (Manchester), 1965-66
  • Community Programmes Branch, Dept. of Education, Ont., 1961-63
  • Computing Devices of Canada Ltd., 1961
  • Connellan, John, 1964-66
  • Concord Realty Company, 1964
  • Confederation Life, 1962-64

Folder 4

  • Conservative Party of Canada, 1962-63 (re 1963 federal election policy statement)
  • Consumers Gas, 1963
  • Coon, David A.
  • Cooperative Book Centre of Canada, 1966
  • Cooperative Union of Canada, 1958-62
  • Cooperative Insurance Services Ltd., 1962, 1964
  • Cooperative Insurance Association, 1962-67
  • Conqualectza Fellowship, 1957-66 (Vancouver, B.C.)
  • Cossor Electronics Ltd., 1964
  • Council of Social Services, 1963, 65
  • Courtaulds Canada Ltd., 1963, 64
  • Cox, Dorothea, 1964 (Nominating Committee)
  • Crain Limited, 1964
  • Cross, J. B., 1964
  • Cumberland, J. D.W., Q.C., 1964-65
  • Cumberland, W.H., 1964
  • Crawley Films Ltd., 1964
  • Cromarty, R.C., 1964-65 (native Welfare)
  • Crowell, Dr. I.M., 1964-67 (re N.B. handicapped work)
  • Crown Trust Company, 1963-65
  • Crown Zellerback Canada Ltd., 1963, 1965
  • Crump, Morris R., 1963-65. (projects descriptions)
  • Cullinane, Rev. E.A., 1964
  • CUSO, UNESCO (Canadian National commission for), 1959-62
  • Children’s Aid Society of the District of Sudbury, 1962
  • Currie, Walter. 1966-67, see also "C" miscellaneous

Folder 5:

  • “D” miscellaneous in and out letters, 1960-68

Folder 6:

  • Dancey, Ron, 1965
  • Davidson, Jocelyn, 1966 (native education)
  • Davis, M., 1963, 65 (see also "D" misc.)
  • Day, T., 1966 (Quebec Eskimos)
  • Deacon, F. H. and co. Ltd., 1963-67
  • DeCastro, A., 1966
  • DeHarveng., Rev. chas. N., 1963-65 (Labrador Eskimos)
  • DeHavilland Aircraft, 1965-67
  • DeLisle, A. (Chief, Caughnewaga), 1966
  • Dempsey, H.A., 1966-61, (re IAA - IEA relations)
  • Denham Enterprises, 1962, 64
  • Department of Citizenship and Immigration - Economic and social · Research Division (re Fort Albany), 1961-62; Indian Affairs Branch, Education Division, 1961-62 Information Division, 1960-61.
  • Department of Lands and Forests (Ontario) 1960-61
  • Department of National Health and Welfare, 1960-64
  • Folder 7:
  • Department of Northern Affairs and National Resources, 1957-63
  • Department of Welfare and Community Development services, (Manitoba), 1962
  • Dewdney, Mrs. Selwyn, 1966-67
  • Diefenbaker, Rt. Hon. John G., 1957-63 (includes some correspondence with the Rt. Hon. L. B. Pearson)
  • Dickason, Olive, 1963
  • Dictionary of Canadian Biography, 1959
  • Diocese of the Arctic Anglican Church of Canada, 196061
  • Dome Petroleum Ltd., l966, 67
  • Dominion Council of the Women's Association of the United Church of Canada, 1961
  • Dominion Bridge Co., 1962-64
  • Dominion containers Ltd., 1962
  • Dominion Foundries and Steel Ltd., 1966, 68
  • Dominion stores Ltd., 1962-68
  • Douglas Engineering Co. Ltd.,1965-66
  • Dow Brewery Limited, 1962-67
  • Dow Chemical of Canada Ltd., 1964
  • Dryden Paper company Ltd., 1964-65
  • Dunlop, E.A., 1964
  • Du Pont of Canada Limited, 1965
  • du Sautoy, Peter, 1966

75-015 BOX 10

Folder 1:

  • "E miscellaneous, 1960-65
  • Eagleson, R. Alan, 1964
  • Eastern Trust Company, 1962, 64, 68
  • Eaton, John David Foundation, l958; Lady Eaton, 1962-64
  • Ebbs, Mrs. J. Harry, 1966
  • Ecumenical Institute of Canada, 1967
  • Edwards, Mr. W.H., 1963 (toothpaste advertising)
  • Edmonton Council of community services, 1960-61
  • Eldorado Mining and Refining Ltd., n. d.
  • Encyclopedia Britannica Canada Ltd., 1962
  • Eng1ish-Speaking Union of the Commonwealth, 1963-64
  • Etobicoke Township Tennis Club, 1964
  • Excelsior Life Insurance Company, 1962

Folder 2:

  • “F” miscellaneous, 1960-68

Folder 3:

  • Falconbridge Nickel Mines Ltd., 1964-68
  • Family service Agency of Greater Vancouver, 1961
  • Farm women’s Union of Alberta, 1961-67
  • Federated Cooperatives Ltd., 1962-67
  • Federated women's Institutes of Canada, 1962-64
  • Ferguson, Mr. David M., 1964, 67 (Sask. IEA)

Folder 4:

  • Financial Campaign (copies of letters used in) 196062, and replies received, 1961

Folder 5:

  • First Unitarian Congregation, 1964-65
  • Flinn Simon, 1962-63 (active education, Pax, Ranch, B.C.)
  • Forano Limited, 1962-67
  • Ford Hote1, 1965
  • Ford Motor Company of Canada Ltd., 1963-65 (native education)
  • Fort Albany Reserve (Moses NaKogee, Sr.), 1963
  • Fort Frances High School, 1962
  • Fort George,1968(native education and exchanges)
  • Fortune Magazine, 1966 (article on poverty)
  • Freeman, Robin C., 1970-71
  • Fredericton Friendship Committee, 1961
  • French, Henrietta, 1965 (Women’s Prison, Kingston)
  • Friends of the Indian Society, Calgary,1965, 1958-59
  • Friends of the Indian Society, Edmonton, 1958-66
  • Friendship Council Association, 1962
  • Elizabeth Fry Society, 1956-63
  • Frontier College, 1960
  • Funds for Public, Inc., 1957
  • Funding 1961. (I.E.A. research projects); 1966, 68, 69

Folder 6:

Folder 7:

  • “G” miscellaneous, 1960-69 (conferences, Cape Croker project, Morley School in Alberta etc.)

Folder 8:

  • Galloway, Margaret, 1966
  • Gambill, Gerald T., (St. Regis Reserve), 1966-67
  • Garnett, P.C. (DeHavilland Aircraft), 1964-65
  • General Accident Assurance Company of Canada, 1962-63
  • General Foods Ltd., 1962-66
  • Georgian Bay Development Association, n. d.
  • Gommanda, Mrs. Gisela, 1966 (natives in transition)
  • Gibson, R.W. (M. P. P. Kenora), 1964
  • Gillespie, A. R., 1963-66
  • Gillespie, Miss Marjorie, n. d.
  • Gimpel, Charles, 1964
  • Gladstone, senator James, l964-66 (re N.I.B.)
  • Glassco Commission, 1963
  • Global Life Insurance, 1962-64
  • General Motors of Canada Ltd., 1963-64.
  • Goldberg, Mr. David 1966 (Finance Committee)
  • Goodfish Indian Reserve (native education), 1966
  • Good, Chief Rufus striker (Board of Directors), 1965-66
  • Goodwill, Mrs. Jean (née Cuthand), 1963-67; see also “C” miscellaneous
  • Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co., 1963-64, 67
  • Gourdeau, Eric, 1964-66 (CBC, adult education)
  • Grand and Toy Ltd., 1962-66
  • Gray Coach Lines Ltd., 1965
  • Great A.&P. Co. Ltd., 1962-65
  • Great Lakes Power Corporation Ltd., 1963-64
  • Green, A. B. Agencies Ltd., 1963
  • Green, Chief Fred, 1964-66 (Board of Directors)
  • Greening Foundation Ltd., 1962-63
  • Griggs, Mrs. J. H., 1965

Folder 9:

  • “H” miscellaneous, 1965-67

75-015 BOX 11

Folder 1:

  • "H” miscellaneous, 1960-62

Folder 2:

  • “H” miscellaneous, 1963
  • Hannin, Rev. Daniel, S.J., 1965-66 (research projects)
  • Hartog, Robert, 1964
  • Harvard Law Record, 1956-57
  • Hatfield, Leonard, 1963-66 (membership drive)
  • Hayward, Constance (nominating committee) 1964
  • Himel, Ấrs. Irving, (IEA incorporation), 1959-62
  • Historical Society of Alberta, 1957
  • Holden, Mr. M. C., 1964-67
  • Houston, Alma, 1965-67 (adult education, C.B.C.)
  • Hudson’s Bay Company, 1962-64
  • Huron and Erie Mortgage, Corporation (Canada Trust), 1963

Folder 3:

“I” miscellaneous, 1960-69 (International Union of Family organizations)

Folder 4:

  • Iahtai1, Chief Joseph, 1963
  • I.E.A. brochure, 1966
  • I.E.A. reading file re future, 1971

Folder 5:

  • I.E.A. materials supplied, 1962
  • I.E.A. - Wallaceburg workshop on Indian Affairs, 1964-65
  • Imperial Life Assurance Co., 1962-65
  • Imperial oil Ltd., 1960-68 (advertising and support)
  • Imperial Tobacco Co. of Canada, 1966-67 (northern radio)
  • Independent order of Foresters, 1962-64
  • Indian Advisory Committee (B.C.), 1962

75-015 BOX 12

Folder 1:

  • Indian Affairs (Federal Department of), 1960-64, including further correspondence with Chief Joseph Tahtail. (75-015/11 folder 3)

Folder 2:

  • Indian Art, 1963; 1969
  • Indian Arts and Welfare Society (B.C.) 1957-63
  • Indian Association of Alberta, 1960
  • Indian Association of Canada, 1960

Folder 3:

  • Indian Employment, 1959-63, (Employment committee)
  • Indian Hall of Fame, 1973
  • Indian-Métis Friendship Centre, Regina, 1962-63
  • Indian-Métis Friendship Centre, Winnipeg, 1960-63

75-015 BOX 13

Folder 1:

  • I.E.A. Book Project
  • Industrial Acceptance Corporation Ltd, 1962-67
  • Institute of Public Administration, 1961-66
  • International Business Machine Co., 1964-65
  • International Grenfell Assoc., 1960-66
  • Internationa1 Ladies’ Garment Workers Union, 1962-67
  • International Nickel Co. Can. Ltd., 1963-67

Folder 2:

  • International Utilities Corporation, 1964
  • Inter-Provincial Cooperatives Ltd., 1962-67
  • Institute of Iroquoian Studies (U. of Waterloo) 1958-63
  • Inuvik Pre-school Association, 1965
  • Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire, 1957-64
  • Iron Ore Company of Canada, 1962-64
  • Irvine, Jack A., M.P., 1964
  • Irving oil company Ltd., 1963-65
  • Investors overseas Finance, 1967
  • Invitations, seminars, 1960
  • Ivey, Charles H. Foundation, 1961

Folder 3:

  • “J” miscellaneous, 1960-62; 1965-74
  • Jack, Sarah (Toronto Indian Centre), 1967
  • Jackson, Douglas L., 1966 (native employment)
  • Jacobs, Dorine E., 1964-65 (human rights)
  • Jex, W.D. (Ann), 1964-65
  • Johnson, S.C. and Son Ltd.,1962-69
  • Jordon Wines Ltd., 1962-67
  • Joubin, Franc R., 1962 (special funding appeal)
  • Jowsey, R. J., 1962-64

Folder 4:

  • "K" misce11aneous, 1960-66

Folder 5:

  • Keefe, W. Neville, 1965 (Parry Sound Workshop)
  • Kelly, Douglas and Company Ltd., 1962-67
  • Kelly, Fred, 1965
  • Kelly, Gary, 1964-65 (native problems seminar)
  • Kempling, Reverend T. E., 1964-66
  • Kewaquedo, F., 1962-66 (termination of federal employment)
  • Kimber1y-Clarke of Canada Ltd., 1964-65
  • King, Mrs. Cecil,1961
  • Knapaysweet, Sarah, 1962- (Fort Albany problems)
  • Kopas, Leslie; 1964-65
  • Kraft Foods Ltd., 1964-65
  • Kresge, S.S. Company Ltd., 1964-65
  • King, Mrs. Crossley, 1963-67 (native law)

Folder 6:

  • “L” miscellaneous, 1960-67
  • Labatt, John Ltd., 1962, 64
  • La Biliois, Romeo, 1967
  • Lake Erie Regional Development Association (standards of living on reserves), 1964
  • Lamy, Andrée, 1964
  • Lavallee, E. 1966 (Skookum Jim Memorial Hall)
  • Larivière, George, 1964 (Jay Treaty boundary crossing)

Folder 7:

  • Lavallee, M. R., 1963 (winner of Hudson's Bay Co. scholarship to University of Saskatchewan)

Folder 8:

  • Lawson, A.M., 1963-65 (Cdn. Friends Service Committee)
  • Lawrence, Mrs. W. G., 1964-65
  • Laurentide Financial Corporation, 1965
  • La Violette, Father G., O.M.I., 1965-66 (I.E.A. objectives)
  • Leech, James, 1963
  • Leith, Miriam, 1963, 65
  • Leonard Charities, 1964
  • Leroux, Rev., O.M.T., 1964 (Assiniboia Residential schools)
  • Le sage, Hon. Jean, 1962-63 (employment, human rights)
  • Lester, E. Letitia, 1964-65
  • Lever Brothers Ltd., 1962-64
  • Lewis, Mrs. Lawrence, 1965
  • Libby, McNeill and Libby, 1964-65
  • Liberal Party of Canada, 1962-63 (policy statement)
  • Liberal Religious Youth (Unitarian) n. d.

Folder 9:

  • Lighthall, Alice, 1964-67 (Cdn. Hand Craft Guild)
  • Lindsay, Ontario CKLY Radio, 1964 (Ontario Project)
  • London Free Press, 1964
  • Loney, John, M.P., 1964 (civil rights)
  • Lotz, James, n.d. (research projects, education)
  • Love, L.H., 1962-65
  • Lucas, D. A., 1964-65 (B.C. office, I. E. A.)
  • Lumsden, Paul, 1965-67 (re Inuvik and MacKenzie Delta)

Folder 10:

  • "M" misce11aneous, 1959-62

Folder 11:

  • M miscellaneous,1964-68 (Includes material om Mobert Reserve community Programmes, 1965)

Folder 12:

  • MacEachern Ltd., 1963-65
  • MacLaren, Donald, 1963-67 (B.C., office, I.E.A.)
  • MacMillan, Bloedel Ltd., 1962-68
  • MacMillan Co. Ltd., 1964-67
  • Maher Shoe Co., 1963-68
  • Majoribanks, Robert, 1965-69 (Cape Croker project)
  • Mannesmann. Tube Co., 1964-54
  • Manitoba school Trustees' Association, 1962-66
  • Maple Leaf Mills Ltd.; 1962-67
  • Markle, Mrs. w., 1964 (I.E.A. Committees)
  • Mastodon, Highland Bells Minęs Ltd.,1962-65
  • Mathieu, J. Lumber Ltd., 1964-65

75-015 BOX 14

Folder 1:

“Mc” miscellaneous, 1960-62

Folder 2:

  • “Mc”, "Mac” miscellaneous, 1964-69

Folder 3:

  • McCarthy Milling Company, 1964-68
  • McClelland and Stewart Ltd., 1965-67
  • McCullough, George, 1964
  • McGregor, G.R., 1965 (Air Canada)
  • McHardy-Smith, F. A., 1964
  • McIntyre Porcupine Mines Ltd., 1962-68
  • Mead Johnson of Canada Ltd., 1965
  • Mennonite central Committee, 1963 (Northwest River, Labrador)
  • Mercantile Banks of Canada Ltd., 1963-68
  • Mercantile and General Reinsurance Company, 1964
  • Mid-Western Ontario Development Association, 1964.
  • Midrot, B., 1963-64
  • Mills, R. S., 1964-66

Folder 4:

  • Miles Far Millions, Bathurst, N.B.; Mocassin Miles, St. Catharines, Ont; 1968-72

Folder 5:

  • Modeste, Ross, n.d.
  • Molson’s Brewery, Ont., 1962-68
  • Molson Western Breweries, 1964-66
  • Monsanto Canada, 1962-61
  • Montreal Trust Co., 1964-66
  • Monture, Dr. G. C., 1964-68 (biographical material)
  • Moore Albert, and Norman Shorting, 1962-64 (Status)
  • Moore, Miss. Minnie, 1965-66 (Northern Radio Forum Committee)
  • Moore, Miss. Wilma, n. d.
  • Morgan Trust Company, 1962-66
  • Morpurgo, A. R., 1964-67
  • Morris, Rev. Dr. Wm. s., 1963-67 (Blackfoot research projects)
  • Morriseau, N., 1963 (Red Lake Art handicrafts)
  • Morton chemical of Canada Ltd., 1962-68
  • Moses, Elliott, 1960-63 (I.E.A. executive)

Folder 6:

  • Mossman, Ron, 1962-66 (I.E.A. Alberta office)
  • Muir, Jas. R., 1964-65
  • W. J. Muirhead, 1962-66
  • Multi-color Printing Ltd., 1965.
  • Multi-media school kit, 1971. (native education)
  • Murdock, P. E. et alia, 1966 (Yellowknife Youth Camp)
  • Murray, T.M., 1964 (thesis on Fort Churchill)

Folder 7:

  • Nakamura, J., 1963
  • National counci1 of Women, 1957-63
  • National Federation of Canadian University students, 1962 (native education)
  • National Film Board, 1956, 58-59
  • Native Indian Service Council - Vancouver, 1958-59 (including references to the North American Indian Brotherhood)

Folder 8:

  • “N” miscellaneous, 1960-62
  • Native Brotherhood, Regina, 1957 (education, integration)
  • Canadian Native society of Regina, 1959-62
  • New Democratic Party, 1962-63
  • Newfoundland Broadcasting Co., 1964
  • Nipissing District Women's Institute, 1961
  • North Battleford Indian Friendship Centre, 1963-64
  • Northern Citizens · Guidance Association, 1961-63 (see as so file on Ọpemislea Copper Mines, 75-015 folder 11)
  • Northern Ontario Indian Teacher’s Association, 1960-63
  • Northern Ontario, 1967-68
  • Norway House, 1963. (Manitoba Indian situation - refers also to Thomas Mann, INCO; Canadian Council of Churches, Salvation Army and named individuals; provides an interesting insight into I. E. A. operations
  • Norwich Union Life Assurance Society, 1962-63

Folder 9:

  • “O” miscellaneous. See also Paul Orth, I.E.A. B.C. files and North American Indian Brotherhood
  • Oblate Fathers: Indian-Eskimo Welfare Commission
  • Odlum Brown Investments Ltd.
  • Old Crow Skiers, n. d. (Yukon recreation education)
  • Ontario Agricultural college, 1963 (research)
  • Ontario Association of Childrens’ Aid Societies, 1963
  • Ontario committee on Children, 1963
  • Ontario Human Rights Commission, 1965
  • Ontario Paper company Foundation, 1961

Folder 10:

  • Ontario Recreation Association, 1962-65 (native recreational needs)

Folder 11:

  • Ontario Welfare Council, 1961-63
  • Opemiska copper Mines, 1958-62 (see 75-015/14)
  • Orillia Public Library, 1959
  • Ottawa charitable Foundations, 1961
  • Ottawa Study Group on Indian Social Development and Integration, 1955-57. Significant material on inter-relationships between and with N.C.I.C and C.A.A.E., and native education.
  • Outboard Marine Corporation, 1958
  • Oxfam of Canada, 1961-63 (Northern Services, community relations)

75-015 BOX 15

Folder 1:

  • "P” miscellaneous, 1960-63

Folder 2:

  • Pattison, D.W., 1960-62 (education at Sioux Lookout)

Folder 3:

  • Parsons, Harry, Lakefield Planning Board, 1963
  • Patrons of I. E.A., 1963
  • Pennell, L.T., Q. C., M.P., 1963
  • Peterborough Foundation, 1961
  • Peters, A., M. P., 1962 (native education)
  • Pilant, R., Institute of Iroquoian Stugies, 1960-62, (Grand River Reserve problems)
  • Pollack, Maurice Foundation, 1961
  • Posset, Rev., 1963
  • Poulton, Brigadier W. C., 1960-61 (Salvation Army)

Folder 4:

  • Povungnituk Cooperative Society (P.Q.), 1962-63 (racial and religious strife in northern Quebec)

Folder 5:

  • Powell Equipment Co. Ltd., 1963
  • Presbyterian Church in Canada, 1957-64

Folder 6:

  • Price, Arthur, Ottawa, 1957-58
  • Prince Albert Indian and Metis Service Council, 1960-61, Friendship Centres)

Folder 7:

  • Prior, D.R., 1961-63 (I.E.A. Board of Directors)
  • Proctor and Gamble Co. Ltd., 1962-63
  • Province of Saskatchewan - Provincial Committee on Minority Groups, 1960-61 (community development)

75-015 BOX 16

Folder 1:

  • Quaker Oats Co., 1962
  • Queen’s University, Kingston, 1960 (research seminar)

Folder 2:

  • “R” miscellaneous, 1960-63 (includes Edmonton Friends of Indians society material)
  • Readers · Digest Assoc., (Canada) Ltd., 1962-63
  • Red Lake, Ont., Chamber of Commerce, 1958

Folder 3:

  • Reeve, Francis R. Foundation,1964
  • Renaud, Father André, O.M.I., 1960-63 (native education)
  • Regina Welfare council, 1958-59 (community services)
  • Rio Algon Mines Ltd., 1962-63
  • Riverview United Church, Atikokan, 1962
  • Rooney, Edward, 1962 (education in Moose Factory)
  • Rotary's club, Toronto, Youth services Committee, 1962
  • Rothmans of Pall Mall (Canada) Ltd., 1962-63
  • Rouillard, Mrs. c. D., î963 (Editor. I.E.A. Bulletin)
  • Roy, Miss. A., (Y.W.C.A. of Canada) n.d.

75-015 BOX 17

Folder 1:

  • “S” miscellaneous, 1963

Folder 2:

  • Salvation Army, 1958-63
  • Sandy Bay Indian school, (Manitoba), 1962
  • Saskatoon Welfare Council, 1960 (urban Indian)
  • schools: The Indian-Eskimo scholar, 1961 (integrates education in N.W.T., Alta., Sask., Man., P. Q., Ont.)
  • Scott Polar Research Institute, Cambridge, Eng., 1961
  • Shawinigan Water and Power Co., Montreal, 1962-63
  • Silverwood Dairies, 1961
  • Simpson, Robert Co., Ltd., 1962
  • Sim, Alexander, 1963, (re E. R. McEwan, Exec. Director I.E.A.)
  • Smith-Corona (Canada) Ltd., 1962
  • Social Credit Association of Canada, 1962-63
  • Social Science Research Council of Canada, 1956-58, (intergroup relations, Manitoulin Island)
  • Socia1 Studies and Humanities Curriculum Program (Mass., U.S.A.) 1962
  • Soudack Fur Auction Sales Ltd., Winnipeg, 1962
  • Southern Yukon children's Aid Society, 1960-61
  • Spilsbury and Tindell Ltd., Vancouver, 1962
  • Staats, Howard, 1963 (criminal Law and the native)
  • Steep Rock Iron Mines Ltd., Ont. 1962
  • Stutesbury, Rev. E. F. (Grenfell, Sask.), 1957-61 (quite detailed correspondence on his work with natives)
  • Strathcona Trust, 1961
  • Student Christian Movement, 1962 (see A. Renaud correspondence)
  • Sun Life Assurance Co., 1962
  • Sunwapta Broadcasting Co. (Edmonton), 1962
  • Swift Canadian Co., 1963

Folder 3:

  • “T” miscellaneous, 1960-63 (see F. J. Toole re: Fredericton Friendship Council)
  • Tamblyn, G. Ltd., 1962
  • Texaco Canada Ltd., 1962
  • Toronto-Dominion Bank, 1962-63
  • Toronto Star Ltd., 1963
  • Trans-Mountain Oil Pipeline Co., 1962
  • "U” miscellaneous, 1960-62
  • UNESCO,1963
  • Union carbide of Canada, 1962-63
  • United States Department of the Interior Bureau of Indian Affairs, Education Branch, 1957-65

Folder 4:

  • University of Saskatchewan (and Faculty), 1957-62, (native education and intergroup relations)
  • “V” miscellaneous, 1960-62
  • Vancouver Sun, 1962
  • Victoria B.C. community Welfare Council, 1961
  • Volkswagen Canada. Ltd., 1962-63
  • “w” miscellaneous, 1960-63 (including corresp. of R. Woolam, W.J. Windebank and W. Wattence)

Folder 5:

  • Warren, Mrs. T.E., 1963
  • Waterloo Mfg. Ltd., 1962
  • Welfare Council of Greater Winnipeg, 1957-62

Folder 6:

  • Westcoast Transmission Company, 1963
  • Westminster United Church Women, Weston, Ont., 1963
  • Women’s Canadian Historical Society, 1961
  • Women’s Christian Temperance Union, 1962
  • Women’s Inter-Church Council of Canada, 1960-63
  • Woodlands Indian Designs, 1971
  • Woollam, Ray, 1963 (role of I.E.A.)
  • Wrigley, W. M. Co., 1962
  • “X”, “Y”, "z", miscellaneous, 1960-63
  • Y.M. and Y. W. C. A., 1962-63 (northern cooperation)
  • Yukon consolidated Gold Corporation, 1963
  • Y. W. C. A., 1957-63, (native education, youth programs in the north)

SERIES C-1

Annual Reports and Briefs

(NCIC, IEA, CASNP)

75-015/17 folder 7 to 75-015/18 folder 5.

Folder 7:

  • Annual Reports of the Association, and Reports of the Executive Director, 1957-72, including N. C. I. C summary of work, Jan. Oct. 1957, and IEA Annual Reports, J. 13, 1960-72

folder 8:

  • Comments, notes and discussions re: NCIC/IEA Brief to Joint Parliamentary Committee on Indian Affairs; correspondence on native status and mi1itary service; related clippings and background to "Resources for Tomorrow Conference"), 1960

folder 9:

  • confidential Review of Indian Act, 1960
  • analysis (by W. Wattenee) of brief presented to the Joint Parliamentary Committee on Indian Affairs, 1960

Folder 10:

  • Briefs of other individuals and organizations to Joint Parliamentary Committee.

75-015 BOX 18

folder 1:

  • Briefs from Indians to the Parliamentary Committee on Indian Affairs, 1959-60; supporting correspondence, arranged by province.

Folder 2:

  • Correspondence related to NCIC brief, with Elliot Moses amending memorandum, 1959-60

folder 3:

various drafts and thoughts relating to the brief, 1959-60

folder 4:

  • Correspondence with Senators and M.P.s on the brief, 1959-60
  • population statistics from 1964 census
  • list of organizations contacted, 1959-60
  • form letters to francophone bands
  • entracted recommendations of Joint Parliamentary committee, (1946-1948)

folder 5:

  • Brief to Government of Onțario from I. E.A. re: grant to Association (with structural and membership profiles) 28 June 1962
  • drafts and presumed final submission to (Federal) Minister of Health and Welfare (J. LaMarsh) re: closing of Camsell Referral Hospital, Edmonton, Alta., 1963

SERIES C-2

Conferences, Seminars, Workshops, Etc. –

75-015/19 folder 1 to 75-015/22 folder 10.

75-015 BOX 19

Folder 1:

  • N.C.I.C. Conference, Guild Inn, Scarborough, Ont., 1959, called to discuss brief to Joint Parliamentary Committee on Indian Affairs. Correspondence, statements, working papers
  • Canadian Eskimo conference, Toronto, 1960; registration and business folders

folder 2:

  • Canadian Eskimo Conference, Toronto, 1960; correspondence, speeches, reports, minutes of planning committees and group recommendations.

folder 3:

  • Chiefs and Councilors Training Courses; correspondence reports, handbooks, 1960-62

folder 4:

  • National, Research-seminar; brief for aid, correspondence, notes on discussions, papers presented, financial statements, (Queen's University, 1960)

Folder 5:

  • Report of National Seminar, including various research papers on native Canadians

Folder 6:

  • I.E.A.: first annual meeting and conference; reports of Treasurer, Auditor, President and Nominating Committee, Ottawa, Nov. 1960

Folder 7:

  • I.E.A.: first annua1 meeting and conference; minutes, working papers, correspondence

Folder 8:

  • I.E.A.: first annual meeting and conference; notes, statements second annua1 meeting and conference; registrations, conference post-mortems, list for Board of Directors, Edmonton, Oct, 1961

Folder 9:

  • I.E.A.: second annual meeting and conference; working papers, correspondence, reports of meetings, budgets, conference recommendations and comments

Folder 10:

  • American Indian Charter Convention, Chicago, 1961
  • Businessmen’s conference on Indian Employment, 1961
  • Arctic seminar, Cape Dorset, Aug. 1962 Committee on Arctic Seminar, minutes; see also Northern Service Committee

75-015 BOX 20

Folder 1:

  • Western Canada Indian-Metis Seminar, Edmonton, 1962; correspondence, reports; also materials on the Regina Friendship Centre and 1961 Cape Dorset Arctic Seminar

Folder 2:

  • Canadian conference on Education, Montreal, 1962; correspondence re: I. E. A. education policy and activities

Folder 3:

  • Canadian Conference on Education; speeches and minutes

Folder 4:

  • I.E. A.: third annual meeting and conference, Sudbury, Oct. 1962; correspondence, annual report summary, (planning and administration)

Folder 5:

  • I. E. A.: third annual meeting and conference;
  • correspondence and speeches, with a conference summary and references to Attawapiskat (Chief J. Tahtail) Agency difficulties·

75-015 BOX 21

Folder 1:

  • I.E. A.: fourth annua1 meeting and conference, Regina, 1963; correspondence, publicity, financial statements, discussion paper

Folder 2:

  • I.E. A.: fourth annual meeting and conference; correspondence re meeting with provincial Indian Affairs personne1, minutes, reports, press releases, expressions of native opinion about I. E.A.

Folder 3:

  • Friendship Centre and Training Course, Sept. 1964; course outlines, notes for directors of friendship centres
  • Training Course for Community Workers, Feb. - Mar. 1964

Folder 4:

  • Kenora workshop, June 1964 (Ontario Division, I. E.A.); field workers' reports on social conditions, programme, reports, resolutions, correspondence and minutes

Folder 5:

  • Sudbury workshop, June, 1964 (Ontario Division, I. E.A.); field workers reports on social conditions, programme, reports, resolutions, correspondence and minutes

Folder 6:

  • Wallaceburg Workshop, Oct. 1964 (Ontario Division, I.E.A.) field workers reports on social conditions, background materials, reports, resolutions and correspondence

Folder 7:

  • E. A.; fifth annual meeting and conference, London, 1964; correspondence, minutes, reports, resolutions and references to Ontario Division workshops and conferences

Folder 8:

  • Walpole Island Housing Round Table (Ontario Division, I.E.A.) May 1965; correspondence, agenda, explanatory notes and memoranda

Folder 9:

  • Toronto Housing Round Table (Ontario Division, I.E.A.), May 1965; correspondence, minutes, agenda, reports, notes and news releases

Folder 10:

  • Parry Sound workshop (Ontario Division, I.E.A.); June 1965; interim field reports re Georgian Bay region

folder 11:

  • Parry Sound Workshop (cont’d); resolutions, programme, financial statement, correspondence

Folder 12:

  • Parry Sound Workshop (cont'd); office and administrative materials

75-015 BOX 22

Folder 1:

  • Conference Leadership Training Seminar (Ontario Division, I.E.A.), Toronto, Oct. 1965; correspondence, agenda, discussion paper on native poverty, reports from trainees, I.E.A. sixth annual report

folder 2:

  • I.E.A.: Second Ontario Conference, North Bay, Nov. 1965; conference kit, registrations, minutes, general correspondence

folder 3:

  • I.E.A.: second Ontario conference (Cont’d); List of participants, resolutions on native education, human rights, economic development of reserves

folder 4:

  • Round Table on Economic Development (Ontario Division, I. E. A.), Parry Island Reserve, Nov. 1965; preparatory materials, minutes, correspondence, speeches

Folder 5:

  • Indian and Metis Conferences, Winnipeg, Feb. -- Mar., 1966 and March 1967; conference report and summary of the conference Committee of the Community Welfare Planning Council of Greater Winnipeg
  • Round Table on Community Library Services for Native Peoples, Toronto, May 1966; library materials, correspondence, memoranda
  • Round Table Conference on Moosonee, Toronto, June 1966
  • I.E.A. ninth annual meeting and conference, sept. 1968; speech by Hon. Jean Chrétien

folder 6:

  • I.E. A.: Reports of the Executive Director to Loth and 11th Annual Meetings, 1969, 1970; as sorted papers, press releases re Indians and Eskimos
  • I.E. A.: Western Regional Meeting, Vancouver, Dec. 1970; reports of discussions

Folder 7:

  • I.E. A. · Library and Multi-Media Seminar, Toronto, Jan. 1971; working papers, minutes, correspondence, evaluations

Folder 8:

  • I.E. A.: Library and Multi-Media. Seminar (cont‘d); correspondence, report on Meadow Lake (Sask.), planning committee agenda and minutes, reports on library services to natives

Folder 9:

  • Joint Meeting of Indian-Eskimo Association and Native Council of Canada, Toronto, Dec. 1971; speech by Harold Cardinal re allegations of misuse of funds in Alberta; outline of steps taken, to support Cardinal

SERIES C-3

Materials on Native and Non-Native Organizations, (Domestic and Foreign),

Arranged Alphabetically

75-015/23 folder 1 to 75-015/24, folder 4.

75-015 BOX 23

Folder 1:

  • List of Canadian Native Organizations
  • American Friends’ service Committee, 1959, 1960-62; (conference materials and correspondence)
  • Association on American Indian Affairs, Inc., 1958-63; (correspondence, propaganda articles)
  • British Columbia. Native Brotherhood -- publications and briefs

Folder 2:

  • Canadian Association for Adult Education, 1956-62; minutes, papers, correspondence re CAAE NCIC IEA cooperation in joint projects (Joint Planning Commission)

Folder 3:

  • C. A. A. E. President’s Report, memos to members on adult education, human rights, 1963-64; minutes, correspondence and reports of the Joint Planning Commission, L96369; reports for agencies, meetings, 1962-61

Folder 4:

  • C.A.A.E. press releases, minutes, draft charter and by-laws, 1964; constitutions of the Oblate Indian Eskimo council, 1966; Joint Planning commission, 1964-66

Folder 5:

  • Canadian Citizenship Council bulletins, correspondence, anniversary conference on human rights, 1963-65 Canadian Home and School and Parent-Teacher Association newsletters, correspondence, brief, 1957-64

Folder 6:

  • Canadian Indian Centre of Toronto - Board meeting, memoranda, reports and correspondence, 1963; includes material on Toronto Indian Club, 1953-63, and Metro Social Planning Council, 1963
  • Churchill Indian and Metis Council-minutes, 1963-64, and materials on Churchill Whaling and Guiding Association, 1965
  • Canadian International Institute correspondence on leadership training, Antigonish cooperative movement, American Association for Adult Education

Folder 7:

  • Company of Young Canadians critique of I. E.A. and programmes, 1965-69
  • council of Indians in Canada, 1965
  • Federation of Saskatchewan Indians - publications, conference resolutions, correspondence, 1961-63
  • Foundation of North American Indian Culture, notes, 1963-64
  • Hamilton, Ont., education meeting minutes, 1971

Folder 8:

  • Indian Association of Alberta community development agreement between federal government and I.A.A., correspondence I.A.A. problems, 1960, 1971
  • I.E. A. Alberta Division -- mailing lists, minutes of Board meetings, 1966-1970
  • I.E. A. Ontario Division reports received from various sources, study trips to reserves at Mobert, Gul1 Bay, MacDiarmid and Geraldton, l962; Union of Ontario Indians - minutes of Centennial Committee, 1962-63
  • Indian-Metis Service Council (Sask.); Indian Metis Friendship Centre (Sask.); Metis Association of Sask. correspondence, minutes, statements 1965, 1967
  • International Society for Community Development - constitution and by-1aws, newsletters, community development projects, symposia reports, 1965-67

Folder 9:

  • Centro Nacional de Ayuda a las Misions Indiginas, A.C. (CENAMI) correspondence and brochures re: work in Mexico
  • miscellaneous foreign organizations - newsletters · brochures, correspondence; some material on Foundation of North American Culture
  • National Indian Council of Canada correspondence re Ontario projects of I.E.A., third conference proceedings, 1963-64

75-015 BOX 24

Folder 1:

  • Native Brotherhood of British Columbia, minutes, 1960
  • Native Women’s Organizations — clippings, reports, correspondence re: national and Alberta native women’s conferences, briefs to Status of Women Royal Commission, photo copies of T.E.A. kit on native women, 1968-71.

Folder 2:

  • Nickle Belt Indian club (Sudbury) correspondence, 1962
  • North American Indian Club of Toronto - Vol #1 of the Thunderbird
  • Ontario Native League for Youth - newsletter, Six Nations Reserve Conference, League constitution, 1970
  • Southern California. Council of Churches ~ Correspondence brochures, 1957-58
  • Toronto Negro Business and Professiona1 Men's Association, 1963
  • UNESCO — memoranda re seminar, 1954; see also A. Renaud and Northern Service Committee files

Folder 3:

  • Social Planning Council of Metropolitan Toronto correspondence on urban work, minutes of Council on housing and recreation; N.C.I.C., I.E.A., S.P.C. interrelations, 1957-62

Folder 4:

  • UNESCO report on intergroup relations, 1962
  • United Church Committee on Indian Work (U.S.A.) correspondence, summaries of activities and relations with natives, 1957
  • Vancouver Civic Unity Association aims and objectives (racial integration), 1961
  • West Baffin Eskimo Cooperative Ltd. second annua1 statement and misc. correspondence, 1962-63
  • Yukon Indian Advancement Association - correspondence, brief outline history, aims and goals, 1959-61

SERIES C-4

IEA-CASNP Library

75-015/25 folder 1 to 75-015/29 folder 4

75-015 BOX 25

Folders 1-2:

  • I.E.A. Library - General Correspondence, weekly progress reports and recommendations, acquisitions lists, various reports and statements, related Library operations,1964-73

Folder 3:

  • I.E. A. Library - Subscriptions - Correspondence, serials 1ists, 1965-68|- correspondence, 1966-72, report of I. E. A. Library committee, minutes of committee meetings

Folder 4:

  • I.E.A. Library - general correspondence, and requests, 1968 (estrays, 1965 and1972)

Folder 5:

  • I.E. A. Library - correspondence on financing, 1967-70

Folder 6:

  • I.E.A. Library - replies to information requests, arranged alphabetically, Sept. - Dec., 1968

Folder 7:

  • I.E. A. Library - tissue Out-Letters, Sept 1968 sept. 1969

Folder 8:

  • I.E. A. Library - alphabetical correspondence, Jan. Sept.1969

Folder 9:

  • I.E. A. Library - replies to information requests, Aug. Dec. 1969

Folder 10:

  • I.E.A. Library - correspondence, Oct. Dec. 1969; tissue out-1etters, Oct., Nov., Dec., 1969

Folder 11:

  • I.E. A. Library - requests for books, publications, financial assistance, 1969-70; includes misc. articles

75-015 BOX 26

Folder 1:

  • I.E. A. Library- tissue out-letters, Dec., 1970

Folder 2:

  • I.E. A. Library correspondence on non-status Indians, 1970
  • I.E. A. Library Alphabetical correspondence (A-H), 1970

Folder 3:

  • I.E. A. Library alphabetical correspondence, (G-o), 1970

Folder 4:

  • I.E. A. Library - alphabetical correspondence, (P-z), 1970

75-015 BOX 27

Folder 1:

  • I.E.A. Library - alphabetical correspondence, (A-D), 1971

Folder 2:

  • I.E.A. Library -- alphabetical correspondence, (E-I), 1971

Folder 3:

  • I.E.A. Library - alphabetical correspondence, (J-N), 1971

75-015 BOX 28

Folder 1:

  • I.E.A. Library - alphabetical correspondence, (o-z), 1971

Folder 2:

  • I.E.A. Library - tissue out-letters, Jan. — Dec., 1971

Folder 3:

  • I.E.A. Library alphabetical correspondence, Feb - Nov., 1972

Folder 4:

  • I.E.A. Library tissue out-letters, Jan. — Nov., 1972

Folder 5:

  • I.E.A. Library incoming information requests, 1967-68

Folder 6:

  • I.E.A. Library- outgoing information requests, 1967; genera1, 1964-72

Folder 7:

  • I.E.A. Library- incoming information requests, general, 1964-65; 1968; outgoing information requests, 1968-70

Folder 8:

  • I.E.A. Library - incoming information requests, Jan. -- Mar., 1973

Folder 9:

  • I.E.A. Library - incoming information requests, April - Dec., 1973 -

75-015 BOX 29

Folder 1:

  • I.E.A. Library- Library holdings, 1964; Library policy; Lists of contributors, 1965-67; reports, project memos, acquisition lists, resource centre development, 1964-71

Folder 2:

  • I.E.A. Library - acquisitions, native library in Ottawa, correspondence, 1971-72; reference, also, to internal operations

Folder 3:

  • I.E.A. Library - correspondence on administration, funding, budgets and library, reports/ proposals, 1968-72

Folder 4:

  • I.E.A. Library - replies to questionnaire on native Library materials; 1971 resources seminar

Remainder Box 29: press clippings re I. E. A. activities and native organizations

SERIES C-5

Student Volunteer Services

75-015/30 folder 1 to 75-015/32 folder 4

75-015 BOX 30

Folder 1:

  • Ross Bateman - economic surveying near Southampton Island; Churchill. Falls report; 1971, photographs
  • Marlene Campbell correspondence, diaries, and photographs, Yellowknife, N.W.T., 1964
  • Moses Chiramto correspondence, reports, Caradoc Agency (S. W. Ont.), 1964
  • Wilma Domoney correspondence, expenses, Fort Smith, 1962
  • Sylvia Esopenko correspondence, expenses, 1962 Victor Esbenson - correspondence and reports from Mobert and Heron Bay reserves, White River, Ont., 1964; minutes of meetings on reserves
  • Gillian Gerry correspondence and reports from Walpole Island (Ont.), 1964, with I. E. A. evaluation, 1965

Folder 2:

  • Roberta Ginsberg and Diana Berwick - correspondence and statements, 1962 André Gohier correspondence and reports from
  • Rankin Inlet, 1964; English and français
  • Donald Harper and Christopher Beattie - correspondence, expenses, 1964
  • W. Scott Klipper - general materials, reports, injury claims, Fort Smith, 1964
  • Patricia Kreen, expenses, 1962
  • Miriam Leith -- log book, correspondence, reports from Cape Dyer Broughton Island, N.W.T., 1961

75-015 BOX 31

Folder 1:

  • Mary Manning - correspondence and applications, 1964
  • Eliz. McClintock - correspondence, report from Frobisher Bay, 1964
  • Robert McGhee - reports, log books from Moose Factory, Ont., 1962
  • Susan L. McRae – correspondence and reports from Fort Smith, N.W.T., 1964
  • Neva Otsuka and Louise Yaroshuk - correspondence and expenses, 1962
  • Shirley D. Quan - correspondence, expenses, Barker Lake N.W.T., 1962 (One folder of photos and flowers removed for safe keeping)
  • Betina Siebermann - correspondence, expenses, Fort Chimo, N.W.T., 1962
  • Violet Ulchek, correspondence, expenses, Blood Reserve (Alta.), 1962
  • Wm. Wheaton - correspondence, expenses, George River, 1962
  • Vale Whiting - statements of expense, Frobisher Bay, Broughton Island, 1962
  • Elsie Zaychkowski - correspondence, reports, expenses, Blood Indian Reserve, 1962

Folder 2:

  • Reports of student volunteers, 1961: Barbara Tomlinson (Fort Churchill); Derek Hayes (Fort Chimo); John Bertram (Fort Chimo); Mary Bennett (Frobisher Bay); Miriam Leith (Broughton Island); Isobel MacDonald (Fort Chimo)
  • Reports and Logs, 1961: Mary Bennett; John Bertram; Isobel MacDonald; Susan O'Hara (Aklavik) and Derek Hayes

Folder 3:

  • Reports on Student Volunteer Service scheme, (1962) with list of explanation of projects, biographies of volunteers, orientation reports
  • Reports from student volunteers, 1962: Cam Gilbert (Fort Frances); Robert Ginsberg (Kenora); Diana Berwick (Kenora); Louise Yarochuk (Manitowaning); Rob McGee (Moose Factory)

Folder 4:

  • Reports from student volunteers, 1962 (including correspondence and summaries): Wm. Wheaton, Peter Gillespie, Diane Berwick, Vale Whitting
  • Reports from Western Student Volunteers, 1962: Patricia Kreen, Eugene Porter, Donald Hayes, Wilma Domoney
  • Eugene Porter correspondence, expenses,1962-63

75-015 BOX 32

Folder 1:

  • Reports from student volunteers, 1964 - Bernard Arcand (George River, P. Q.); Mạrlene Cạmpbell (Yellowknife); Moses Chiramto (Caradoc); Gilliam Gerry (Walpole Island); André Gohier (Dale Bay N.W.T.); W. Scott Klipper (Fort Smith); Elizabeth McChintock (Frobisher Bay); Susan McCree (Fort Smith and Resolution); Jane Rothwe11(New Credit); Maureen Tighe (Moraviantown); Allan Tysha (West Bay)
  • Correspondence, notes, reports and speeches relating to Northern Service work, the Northern Service committee, Paul Orth, Student Volunteers, 1962
  • Reports from v. Ulchek (Blood Reserve), 1962; D.C. Harper (Fort Smith` and Rabbitskin River), 1962; Broughton Island materials

Folder 2:

  • correspondence with Canadian Universities - Foundation re: assistance for volunteer programme
  • correspondence explaining programme rational. 1962-63
  • materials on programme administration, 1961
  • signed contracts with volunteers, newsletters, Lists, 1962
  • insurance arrangements for accepted volunteers,1962

Folder 3:

  • student volunteer programme papers, 1961-64; report of Roberta Ginsberg (Kenora, 1962)
  • programme organization, 1961 — applications, evaluations, references, financial arrangements and projects

Folder 4:

  • materials sent to students re: volunteer programme, 1964
  • applications, volunteers’ biographies, sample contracts, orientation programme, agreements between I. E. A. and the federal government
  • minutes of debriefing and assessments of volunteer programme, 1964; programme aims explained
  • Lists of accepted volunteers 1961; paper, on northern administration (R.A.J. Phillips)
  • Various letters of application and related correspondence. R. G. Christiansen (1965-66); P. Giller (1963); D. McKay (1971); general correspondence re: applicant for position as Northern field worker, 1963 (see also Northern Service committee); group insurance policy

SERIES C-7

Subject Files,

Arranged Alphabetically

75-015/32 folder 5 to 75-015/33 folder 3

folder 5:

  • Biographical sketches of prominent people connected with I. E. A.
  • Blood Reserve, Alberta, 1962
  • Brantford Indian History Week
  • cartoons on natives
  • Canadian National Exhibition Centennial projects radio and community development

folder 6:

  • the church and natives; 1971 financial campaign community development in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and human relations in general

folder 7:

  • community development -- self-determination for natives, 1967
  • communications in and with the north, (includes radio)
  • cooperatives in native communities: minutes, correspondence, 1968
  • cultural conflict and discrimination various papers

folder 8:

  • Education of adults; extension programmes - papers by S. G. Raybould and E. W. Cormack
  • explanation of multi-media school kit and its role in native education, 1971
  • list of native students attending university, 1962-63

75-015 BOX 33

Folder 1:

  • H. B. Hawthorn - biographical material
  • Jasper Hill (Big White Owl) - 2 speeches
  • Housing: Ween-da-win Corporation - use of polyurethane foam at Gibson Reserve, Bala, Ont,; Department of Indian Affairs
  • I.E.A. bulletin, newsletters, press releases
  • Indian Land Claims brief to the Prime Minister, 1963-64

Folder 2:

  • I.E. A. CBC joint northern project - proposals, correspondence re: community action, 1962-64
  • Indian Hall of Fame, minutes, 1973
  • International Institute, (Toronto) ethnic urban adjustment, 1966
  • Indian Nationalism
  • Indian Reserves
  • Land Claims
  • opportunities for Youth projects,1971

Folder 3:

Dorothy MacPherson - paper on Inter-Tribal Ceremony Day, 1959

“Quaput Inukjuamut" - Wm. Willmot's report on a visit to an Eskimo settlement

Pollution Probe MacKenzie Valley Pipeline and Highway; Bathurst Peninsula Seisaric explorations, 1972

Province of Saskatchewan community development in northern Saskatchewan, minority rights, native administration, 1961-67 (Federation of Saskatchewan Indians) United States Government, Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1963-66 Urbanization reports from conferences and round tables, friendship centre courses, 1968 Vancouver Foundation, 1960 Annual Report Winnipeg Foundation, 1960 Annua1 Report

SERIES D-1

Financial Statements

Folder 4:

  • N. C. I. C. financial statements, proposed budgets, 1957-1960
  • N.C. I. C./I.E.A. financia1 statements and related material, 1960
  • I.E. A. financia1 statements, auditor’s reports, 1961-62; 1969; 1971
  • I.E. A. consolidated statement of position, 1970

SERIES D-2

Divisional Financial Records

(NCIC-IEA-CASNP & Divisions)

75-015/33 folder 5 to 75-015/33 folder 8.

Folder 5:

  • I.E. A. Ontario Division - statement of position, 1967-68; school contributors 1966-67
  • I.E. A. Alberta Division statements of position and financial statements, 1967-68, 1970
  • I.E. A. N. W. T. Division statement and assets, 1967-68, 1970
  • miscellaneous correspondence or financia1 procedures
  • Yukon and N.W.T., Divisions financial statements, Oct., 1970
  • Alberta and N. W. T., Divisions financial statements, June, 1970

Folder 6:

  • I.E.A. - Alberta and N. W. T. Divisions financial statements, July, Aug., 1970 statement re: Alta. Native Development Fund, 21 March 1969 – 30; June 1970; further monthly. Alta. -N. W. T. divisional statements, 1970

Folder 7:

  • I.E. A. Alta., Yukon and N. W. T. divisional financial statements (monthly), 1970-71; Western Region statements, memoranda, training report, balance sheets, Jan. June, 1971
  • folder 8:
    Financial statements and statements of the condition of I. E. A. and its various divisions, 1967-71, month1y and annually. Includes expense and operating accounts, statements of receipts and disbursement miscellaneous auditors' reports, and sample working papers

SERIES E-1

Accounts, Journals & Ledgers

75-015 BOX 34 to 75-015 BOX 36

Accounts, journals and ledgers can be found in 75-015/34 to 75-015/36, which are in their original files and are carded for reference. The series is incomplete.

SERIES E-2

Materials from Financial Campaigns 75-015/37 folder 1 to folder 3

75-015 BOX 37

folder 1:

Financial campaigns, 1957-61: lists of contributors, correspondence, prospective donors, and memoranda on N.C. I.C. internal development

folder 2:

Financial campaigns, 1960-64: list of Prospects, negative replies, financial statements, minutes of strategy meetings

folder 3.

Financia1 campaign, 1964; 1972-73: lists of prospects, - correspondence, proposa1s for strategy, minutes of strategy and finance committee meetings, draft appeal to the Secretary of state, 1972-73

SERIES E-3

Miscellaneous Financial Material

75-015/37 folder 4 to folder 5.

Folder 4:

  • Indian Travel Convention Fund, 1961; accounts, papers and correspondence; mail record book, (April 1963 - Feb. 1964); monthly disbursement reports (August 1964 - July 1965); monthly cash reports, (1964-65)

Folder 5:

  • Library enquiries and purchases, 1967-71 (books, 1967-68); Library accounts receivable, 1962-63; bank statements re: St. Catharines Mocassin Mills, 1970; expenses for Peterborough meeting, Feb. 1971

SERIES F

Miscellaneous

Photographs, negatives, memorabilia, scrapbooks, clippings and as sorted printed material are stored in 75-015/37 and 75-015/38.

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