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Inuvik (N.W.T)

Indian record

Description
Creator: 

Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate

Start Date: 
1961
End Date: 
1961
Date Range: 
1961 January - 1961 April
Physical Description: 

0.4 cm of textual record. - 4 issues

Bibliographic Information
Publication: 
Winnipeg : Canadian Publishers Ltd.
Volume: 
XXIV
Issue: 
1 - 4
Physical Location
Repository: 
srsc
File No: 
017
Shelf Location: 
2012-033-001
Container Number: 
001
Description Level: 
Image: 

Grollier Hall

Description
Start Date: 
1970
End Date: 
1971
Date Range: 
1970-1971
Physical Description: 

1.5 cm of textual record and graphic material. - 1 yearbook

Physical Location
Repository: 
srsc
File No: 
016
Shelf Location: 
2012-021-002
Container Number: 
002
Geographic Access: 
Description Level: 
Document: 

Notre Dame of the North souvenir guide

Description
Start Date: 
1960
End Date: 
1969
Date Range: 
[ca. 196-]
Physical Description: 

0.5 cm of textual record and graphic material. - 1 guide

Physical Location
Repository: 
srsc
File No: 
015
Shelf Location: 
2012-021-001
Container Number: 
001
Description Level: 
Geographic Access: 
Image: 

Inuvik Federal School yearbook

Description
Start Date: 
1959
End Date: 
1960
Date Range: 
1959-1960
Physical Description: 

1 cm of textual record and graphic material

Notes: 

Download the PDF at the bottom of the page to view the entire yearbook

Physical Location
Repository: 
srsc
File No: 
012
Shelf Location: 
2012-021-002
Container Number: 
002
Geographic Access: 
Description Level: 
Image: 

Grey Nuns of Montreal collection

Description
Start Date: 
1947
End Date: 
1971
Date Range: 
1947-1971; predominately 1950-1960
Physical Description: 

1.1 m of textual record and graphic material.

Arrangement: 
Fonds is arranged in three series.
History Biographical: 

The Order of Sisters of Charity of Montreal, formerly called The Order of Sisters of Charity of the Hôpital Général of Montreal and commonly known as the Grey Nuns of Montreal, is a Canadian order of Roman Catholic religious sisters. The order was founded in 1737 by Saint Marguerite d'Youville and three other women. In 1737, the Grey Nuns set up a home for the need and began caring for Montreal's disadvantaged.

The name Grey Nuns was initially given in mockery to the small group of grey nuns. In French the word for grey can also mean 'tipsy' and was used as a slur towards the nuns. Later, when the sisters became more established Marguerite d'Youville chose the name grey nuns to remind the sisters of their humble beginnings.

Scope Content: 

Collection comprises newsletters, yearbooks, and publications from Indian Residential Schools operated by the Grey Nuns. Schools included in this collection include: Fort Smith Indian Residential School, Fort Simpson Indian Residential School, Fort Resolution Indian Residential School, Beauval Indian Residential School, Grollier Hall, Our Lady of Victory Church, and Ile la Crosse Indian Residential School.

Repository: 
srsc
Admin
Custodial History: 

This collection was given to the SRSC by the archivist at the archives of the Grey Nuns of Montreal. The newsletters and publications are duplicates that remained after the treatment of the IRS fonds in the archive. They were given with the intention of digitization and OCR in order for them to be accessible to researchers online.

Access Restriction: 

No restrictions on access.

Repro Restriction: 

May be restrictions on reproduction depending on fragility of material and copyright restrictions.

Conservation: 

Basic conservation performed during processing.

Description Level: 

Photograph of Inuvik Federal School

Description
Start Date: 
1950
End Date: 
1960
Date Range: 
[reproduced 1991 (originally created [1960])]
Physical Description: 

0.1 cm of graphic material. - 1 photograph : b&w ; 20.5 x 25.5 cm

Notes: 

Inuvik, N.W.T.

 Previously: P8454-69

Physical Location
Repository: 
srsc
File No: 
092
Shelf Location: 
2010-007-001
Container Number: 
001
Legacy Restricted: 
N
Description Level: 
Geographic Access: 
Image: