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Series · 1910-1964

This series includes government records relevant to the residential schools in and near Lesser Slave Lake. It includes operational, health, and social development records about the St. Bruno's (Joussard), Grouard (St. Bernard’s), and Lesser Slave Lake (St. Peter’s) Residential Schools.

PR1974.0156/227 · File · [1950]
Part of Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI), Lacombe Canada fonds

James Peacock, children of the Joussard school and patients from the Camsell Hospital reciting sermons in Cree and Blackfoot. Also includes messages from Camsell patients.

Fonds · 1929-1940

The fonds consists of the records of the Enquiry Into and Concerning the Problems of the Health, Education and General Welfare of the Half-Breed Population of the Province that resulted from its investigation into issues regarding the Metis population of Alberta. The records include correspondence, background information, proceedings, evidence, and the final report of the Commission.

The records also include a 1929 report by N.O. Cote regarding grants and scrip as well as correspondence from 1931-1940 pertaining to issues such as Metis education and settlement. The fonds also includes a microfilm copy of the final report.

Alberta. Enquiry Into and Concerning the Problems of the Health, Education and General Welfare of the Half-Breed Population of the Province
File · 1939
Part of School oversight records

This file contains information about the 1939 Royal Visit, including a list of Private and Residential/Day Schools that were inspected. The file also contains lists of the names of individuals who inspected the schools, school names, and locations of schools. Includes information from some schools near Maskwacis.

PR1974.0156/39 · File · [195-?]
Part of Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI), Lacombe Canada fonds

Recordings of Canticles, sermons, choral songs, gospels, masses, commandments, stories, Christmas songs, baptisms, weddings, and traditional songs in various Indigenous languages including Cree (predominant), Inuit languages (unspecified), Salteaux, and Montangnais. Includes recordings from Sacred Heart and Joussard (St. Bruno's) School. Also includes recordings from Blue Quills St. Paul.

GR1970.0338/64 · File · 1957-1959
Part of Fire prevention program records

The file contains information on both fire regulations and destruction of Indigenous property by fire. In particular, the records outline fire regulation procedures at Indian residential schools in Alberta. These records were created by various Indian Agencies and the provincial Office of the Fire Commissioner, Indian Affairs Branch. The file includes fire inspection reports for the Holy Angels School in Fort Chipewyan, the School and Dormitory at Gleichen (Old Sun School and Dormitory), Sacred Heart Indian Residential School, St. Barnabas Residential School (Sarcee Residential), St. Bruno's Joussard School, St. Cyprian Residential School, St. Henry's School, the Frog Lake Day Schools [Frog Lake First Nation], and the Kehewin School [Kehewin Cree Nation], among others. Each report discusses substandard conditions, poor construction and substandard equipment in the various schools.

M.J.C. Levason fonds
PR0464 · Fonds · Copied 1986

The fonds consists of images taken by M.J.C. Levason, an amateur photographer, originally dating ca. 1917-1922 and 1925-1928, from St. Peter’s Mission, Lesser Slave Lake, St. Andrew’s Mission, Whitefish Lake, and St. Andrew’s Mission, Lake Saskatoon, and include images of Levason and his family, local aboriginal residents, children, picnics, houses, home interiors such as parlors and kitchens, Christmas decorations, toys and dolls, church exteriors and interiors, Hudson’s Bay Company buildings, stores and buildings, streets, boats, lakes, teepees, tents, canoes, dogsleds, automobiles, turkeys, and activities such as ice cutting, sewing, and sawing.

Levason, M.J.C.
Rita Stevens fonds
PR2008 · Fonds · Copied 1979

The fonds consists of copies of a brief biography of Robert Watt Lendrum, and an autobiography entitled "Biography of Pioneer Days" by Mrs. A.L. Brick (Sarah Brock Lendrum), and images, originally dating from the 1890s to 1954 from the Old Slave Lake, Lesser Slave Lake and Peace River areas, primarily from the Brick family's early days in the area, including images of log buildings, horses, carts, trails, dog sleds, mission, Métis, camps, police barracks, threshing machines, students, farms and members of the Brick family.

Stevens, Rita