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Canada. Department of Indian Affairs. Battleford Indian Agency fonds

  • GLEN glen-210
  • Fonds
  • 1884-1944, predominant 1910-1928

The fonds consists of agency, medical and monthly reports; letterbooks, employee and school correspondence; agents' diaries (1912-1915, 1918, 1932, 1935-1939, 1941-1944); farm instructors' diaries (1911-1913, 1916-1917, 1943); reserve ledgers; registers of births and deaths; ration lists; annuity pay lists; and farming records.

Battleford Indian Agency

Canada. Department of Indian Affairs. Hobbema Indian Agency fonds

  • GLEN glen-1204
  • Fonds
  • 1884-1949

The fonds consists of official diaries (1903-1907, 1929-1945, 1949); letter register books (1885-1887, 1891-1894, 1902-1912); lists of Metis who withdrew from treaty in Western Canada (1886-1892); Pigeon Lake annuity pay list (1927); invoices, receipts and record books regarding supplies, beef sales and slaughter, grist and saw mill; daily issue books; cashbooks; medical reports; and correspondence regarding industrial schools.

Hobbema Indian Agency

Canada. Department of Indian Affairs. Peigan Indian Agency fonds

  • GLEN glen-1837
  • Fonds
  • 1883-1923, predominant 1883-1914

The fonds consists of vital statistics register (1883-1895); correspondence, receipts and vouchers (1890-1914); winter count notebook (1904) [attributed to Bull Plume]; and annuity pay list (1923).

Peigan Indian Agency

Canada. Department of Indian Affairs. Sarcee Indian Agency fonds

  • GLEN glen-2047
  • Fonds
  • 1877-1944, predominant 1882-1917.

The fonds consists of general correspondence and some relating to mission schools, grazing of stock, and rations; letter registers; official diaries (1913-1916); reports relating to farming, schools and medicine; ration books; vouchers, receipts and ledgers; annuity pay list (1877); passes to leave the reserve; census and death registers; and a visitors' book of people who visited the agency (1903-1929).

Sarcee Indian Agency

Canada. Department of Indian Affairs. Blood Indian Agency fonds

  • GLEN glen-273
  • Fonds
  • 1885-1944

The fonds consists of correspondence (1899-1944) related to supplies, criminal and legal cases, farming, livestock and hospital; farm diaries (1904-1913); daily journal of agency clerk (1885); annuity pay lists (1887, 1900, 1905, 1907, 1919, 1920); lease payment lists (1919, 1920); list of band members (ca. 1902); and supply vouchers and invoices. RECORDS RELATED TO THE FOLLOWING SUBJECTS ARE ALSO IN THIS FONDS. SEE INVENTORY FOR DETAILS AND FOR A MORE COMPREHENSIVE LIST: Adams Brothers Ltd., agricultural exhibitions, Alberta Penitentiary, Alberta Provincial Police, Alberta Railway and Coal Co., Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co., H.S. Allen and Co., Anglican Church (missions), Baker and Skelding, V.J. Beaupre, Big Rib, William Blackmore, "Kootenai" Brown, Thomas Brown, Brown Ranch Co., Emile Bull Shields, P. Burns and Co., Calgary Saddlery Co., Duncan Campbell, W.M. Campbell, Canadian North West Irrigation Co., Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR), Cardston Implement Co., Cardston Milling Co., Cardston Trading Co., Catholic Church (missions), Garnet W. Chambers, Charcoal, coal, Cochrane Ranche, Cockshutt Plow Co., Charles F.P. Conybeare, Continental Oil Co., M.A. Coombs, Cowdry Brothers, Clarence E. Dangerfield, John Deere Plow Co., Trenholme Dickson, W.H. Fairfield, John L. Fawcett, John H. Gooderham, A.F. Grady, Great Northern Railway, Great West Saddlery, J.C. Hargraves, Thomas Harkness, Charles Farley Harris, Joseph Hicks, horses, George Houk and Co., Hudson's Bay Company (HBC), Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire, International Harvester, William Smith Johnston, Raymond Knight, Knight Sugar Co., George Lane, William Laurie, Benjamin Lawton, Little Shields, lumber companies, J.A. Markle, John McDougall, George G. McFarquhar, Malcolm McKenzie, H.A. McKillop, Alexander G. McKinnon, McLaren Lumber Co., Macleod Agricultural Association, Macleod Farmers Elevator and Mill Ltd., Macleod Flouring Mills, Macleod Supply Co., Massey-Harris Co., Maunsell Brothers, Alfred C. Nash, New Oxley Ranch, North-West Mounted Police (NWMP, RNWMP, RCMP), Frank Pedley, petroleum industry, Reach and Co., Red Crow, Red Leggings, Reeves and Co., William Renwick, Rev. Jacques Riou, Running Crane, St. Joseph's Industrial School (Dunbow School), H.E. Sibbald, W.C. Simmons, Robert Simpson Western Ltd., smallpox, Spring Valley Ranch, W.H. Steed and Co., Stony Mountain Penitentiary, sun dance, Tom Three Persons, tuberculosis, Tudhope Anderson Co., Union Bank of Canada, Guy Weadick, Western Stock Growers Association, and First World War (enlistments).

Blood Indian Agency

Canada. Department of Indian Affairs. Treaty Paylists fonds

  • GLEN glen-529
  • Fonds
  • Microfilmed before 1960 (originally created 1874-1900)

The fonds consists of treaty paylists for all bands included under treaties 4, 6, and 7. Given are names and band numbers of heads of families, total payment made to each family and band, and comments regarding changes in the status of individuals.

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Canada. Department of Indian Affairs. Blackfoot Indian Agency fonds

  • GLEN glen-263
  • Fonds
  • 1894-1941

The fonds consists of agency reports (1895-1911), extracts from letterbooks (1890), correspondence (1895-1920, 1938-1941), annuity pay lists (1879-1881, 1918, 1923), farm diary (1909-1920), Old Sun Industrial School attendance registers (1894-1897); and supply and account books. RECORDS RELATED TO THE FOLLOWING SUBJECTS ARE ALSO IN THIS FONDS. SEE INVENTORY FOR DETAILS: P. Burns & Co., Dominion Meat and Cattle Ranching Co., Joseph Donnelly, Hudson's Bay Company (HBC), A.E. Jones, Little Axe, milling companies, George L. Orchard, Rev. Jacques Riou, Royal North-West Mounted Police (RNWMP), H.E. Sibbald, H.W. Gibbon Stocken, Stony Mountain Penitentiary, W. Stuart & Co., and Robert Nathaniel Wilson.

Blackfoot Indian Agency

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