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[Interview of Jean Blondin]
N-2002-027: 0032A · Item · March 20, 1974
Part of Robert R. Janes fonds

This item is an interview of Jean Blondin recorded on March 20, 1974, likely at Willow Lake by Robert Janes while he doing archaological work there. The original source item was an audio cassette. The interview may continue on the other side of the cassette.

[Interview of Jean Blondin]
N-2002-027: 0032B · Item · March 20, 1974
Part of Robert R. Janes fonds

This item is an interview of Jean Blondin recorded on March 20, 1974, likely at Willow Lake by Robert Janes while he doing archaological work there. The original source item was an audio cassette. The interview may continue on the other side of the cassette.

[Feast day service]
N-2002-027: 0033A · Item · June 1, 1975
Part of Robert R. Janes fonds

This item is an recording of a feast day service led by John Blondin on June 1, 1975. It was likely collected by Robert Janes as part of his archaeological work at Willow Lake. The original source item was an audio cassette. The recording continues on the other side of the cassette.

[Feast day service]
N-2002-027: 0033B · Item · June 1, 1975
Part of Robert R. Janes fonds

This item is an recording of a feast day service led by John Blondin on June 1, 1975. It was likely collected by Robert Janes as part of his archaeological work at Willow Lake. The original source item was an audio cassette. The recording continues on the other side of the cassette.

[Jack and Diane Hardy]
N-2002-027: 0034 · Item · 1987
Part of Robert R. Janes fonds

This item is a recording of Jack and Diane Hardy at Willow Lakes and Mt. Indian. Jack Hardy was from Fort Norman and moved into Yellowknife to the Avens seniors' community. It was likely collected by Robert Janes, as part of his archaeological work on Willow Lake. The original source item was an audio cassette.

116 · Fonds · 1985

This fonds consists of 12 DAT audio cassettes and 26 sound cassette original masters of the proceedings of the Heritage North Conference held in Yellowknife from September 12-14, 1985.

Heritage North '85 Conference
Sylvester Drabitt fonds
118 · Fonds · 1962-1967

This fonds consists of 391 colour slides taken by Dr. Sylvester Drabitt, 150 colour negatives that were copied from slides loaned to the NWT Archives by the donor, one videocassette and one audio cassette. Dr. Drabbit was a physician who traveled on medical trips in the eastern arctic. The images include views of people, scenery, flora, fauna, people living on the land, snow houses, medical staff and facilities, transportation methods such as dog teams and aircraft, living conditions, and images from a medical patrol on the ship, C.D. Howe. The videotape also contains scenes from the C.D. Howe and the audio cassette is entitled "Victory at Sea-Last Patrol of the C.D. Howe.

Drabitt, Sylvester
Rene Fumoleau
N-1996-014 · Accession · 1957
Part of Rene Fumoleau fonds

The sound recordings were made in Fort Good Hope 1957. Items numbered :0001 to :0005 correspond to original reels. The recordings include Dene chants (drum dance music); radio broadcasts and an interview with Father Fumoleau. For reference only, contact Canadian Museum of History for copies.

N-1996-014: 0001 · Item · 1957
Part of Rene Fumoleau fonds

Dene Chants, Drum Dance Music. The recording is in an Indigenous language, possibly North Slavey. [Sahtu Dene (Hare) Fort Good Hope.] For reference only, contact Canadian Museum of History for copies.

N-1996-014: 0002 · Item · 1957
Part of Rene Fumoleau fonds

Dene Chants, Drum Dance Music. The recording is in an Indigenous language, possibly North Slavey. [Sahtu Dene (Hare) Fort Good Hope.] For reference only, contact Canadian Museum of History for copies.

[Radio broadcast - Music]
N-1996-014: 0003 · Item · 1957
Part of Rene Fumoleau fonds

[Appears to be a recording of a request show, mostly music, possibly some North Slavey.] For reference only, contact Canadian Museum of History for copies.

Radio Broadcasts
N-1996-014: 0004 · Item · 1957
Part of Rene Fumoleau fonds

Radio Broadcasts [The recording is in an Indigenous language, possibly North Slavey.] For reference only, contact Canadian Museum of History for copies.

N-1996-014: 0005 · Item · 1957
Part of Rene Fumoleau fonds

Dene Chants, Drum Dance Music [The recording is in an Indigenous language, possibly North Slavey.][Sahtu Dene (Hare) Fort Good Hope.] For reference only, contact Canadian Museum of History for copies.

Rene Fumoleau
N-1999-023 · Accession · [1957-1979]
Part of Rene Fumoleau fonds

The film is entitled "Dene Nation." The sound recordings document dance and music from "Our Land, Our Life" comprised of recordings from Fort Good Hope of drum music, Dene songs and North Slavey (Hareskin) language; as well as audio from slide shows and films, including "My Country My People," "I Was Born Here" and "Dene Nation." The sound recordings from Fort Good Hope, likely recorded in 1957, feature members of the Pierrot, Kakfwi, Remi, Edgi, Masuzumi, Lafferty, Cotchilly, Taureau, Emmanuel, and Kelly families.