Montag, 17. Juli 2017

Aboriginal Heritage - Library and Archives Canada 

Library and Archives Canada's Aboriginal Heritage collection is designed to engage researchers, students, and the general public with materials relating to Canada's First Nations, Metis Nation, and Inuit peoples. Many of these resources have been digitized and organized into virtual exhibitions created by the LAC. These exhibits provide context and background to the archival materials in this collection, including photographs, interviews, sound recordings of music, treaties, and more. Virtual Exhibitions include Our Voices, Our Stories - First Nations, Metis, and Inuit Stories from Yesterday and Today; Project Naming, which profiles an initiative to identify Inuit individuals in photographs; and Aboriginal Sound Recordings: Music and Song. Archival materials are organized by pages dedicated to each group, where, in addition to these virtual exhibitions, visitors will find databases, links to outside resources, and more. Visitors will also find resources related to residential schools in the Resources for Researchers

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