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General map of St-Mary & Milk Rivers development showing irrigation districts, water master districts and ditch rider units

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Material Type
Map
Accession No.
19736253004
Physical Description
1 map : blueprint photocopy, col. ; 81 x 160 cm
Scope and Content
Boundaries: Ranges 5-24 and Townships 4-15 Shows Areas entitled: Blood Indian Reserve, Magrath District, Lethbridge-Coaldale District, Raymond District, Taber District, Ditch Rider Units No. 1-22 (coloured), Watermaster Districts No. 1-5 (outlined in colour) Shows Location of: Oldman River, Belly…
Material Type
Map
Creator
Department of Agriculture Head Office Lethbridge Alberta
Physical Description
1 map : blueprint photocopy, col. ; 81 x 160 cm
Scope and Content
Boundaries: Ranges 5-24 and Townships 4-15 Shows Areas entitled: Blood Indian Reserve, Magrath District, Lethbridge-Coaldale District, Raymond District, Taber District, Ditch Rider Units No. 1-22 (coloured), Watermaster Districts No. 1-5 (outlined in colour) Shows Location of: Oldman River, Belly River, St. Mary River, Bow River, South Saskatchewan River, Stirling Lake, Tyrrel Lake, Weston Lake, Crow Indian Lake, Yellow Lake, Pakowki Lake, Main Canal, Low Line Canal, High Line Canal, Kipp Coulee, Middle Coulee, Etzikom Coulee, Spring Coulee, Monarch, Raley, Bradshaw, Lethbridge, Welling, Magrath, Coaldale, Wilson, Raymond, Stirling, Tempest, Chin, Cranford, Judson, New Dayton, McNab, Barnwell, Wrentham, Warner, Taber, Fincastle, Conrad, Purple Springs, Skiff, Grassy Lake, Burdett, Legend, Bow Island, Foremost, Nemiscam, Winnifred, Etzikom, Whitla, Stornham, Pakowki, Seven Persons, Redcliff, Fitzgerald, Orion, Manyberries, Medicine Hat, Dunmore Shows Location of Reservoirs (coloured blue): St. Mary Reservoir, Jensen Reservoir, Ridge Reservoir, Taber Lake Reservoir, Horsefly Lake Reservoir, Fincastle Lake Reservoir, Grassy Lake Reservoir, Rattlesnake Reservoir, Seven Persons Reservoir, Murray Reservoir, Chin Reservoirs Features: Roads shown in alternating blue and white dashes
Notes
Scale: 1 inch = 2 miles Written on back: DR & WM Units (in red pencil); Exhibit No 1 (in pencil) 32 x 64 - located in lower righthand corner February 1956
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19736253004
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The Buffalo Journal - episode 4

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Date Range
1990
Material Type
Recording
Accession No.
20161111001
Physical Description
Reel of 1 inch videotape 25 minutes
Scope and Content
The program includes the following subjects: 1. Winter on the Plains - techniques of survival ((Harold Healy), spending a night at a teepee (Lance Tailfeathers) 2. Bridging Gaps - preserving traditional knowlege (Joe Crowshoe) 3. Native Sports - profile of Shane Peacock, Lethbridge Hurricanes (Bob …
Material Type
Recording
Date Range
1990
Creator
2 & 7 Lethbridge Television
Indian News Media
Physical Description
Reel of 1 inch videotape 25 minutes
Physical Condition
Fair
History / Biographical
The Buffalo Journal was a 'news and views' program for Canada's aboriginal people. This was the first program in the series.
Language
English
Scope and Content
The program includes the following subjects: 1. Winter on the Plains - techniques of survival ((Harold Healy), spending a night at a teepee (Lance Tailfeathers) 2. Bridging Gaps - preserving traditional knowlege (Joe Crowshoe) 3. Native Sports - profile of Shane Peacock, Lethbridge Hurricanes (Bob Loucks); Treaty 7 Native Winter Games in Brocket (Marvin Yellowhorn) 4. Blackfoot Sundance - overview of societies, rituals 5. Profile of first native senator - James Gladstone
Notes
A DVD copy is available.
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Public Access
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20161111001
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The Buffalo Journal - episode 5

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Date Range
1990
Material Type
Recording
Accession No.
20161111002
Physical Description
Reel of 1 inch videotape 25 minutes
Material Type
Recording
Date Range
1990
Creator
2 & 7 Lethbridge Television
Indian News Media
Physical Description
Reel of 1 inch videotape 25 minutes
Physical Condition
Fair
History / Biographical
The Buffalo Journal was a 'news and views' program for Canada's aboriginal people. This was the first program in the series.
Language
English
Custodial History
The program includes the following subjects: 1. War Bonnet - the history and importance of the Eagle Bonnet (also called the War Bonnet). Interview with Orton Eagle Speaker, Headdress Maker, where he demonstrates how the bonnets are made. 2. Lady of Song. Buffy Sainte Marie is interviewed and performs several of her well-known compositions. 3. Nation in Transition - adjustment of the Peigan people to modern life after the signing of Treaty 7. Leonard Bastien (Chief), Jerry Potts, Jr., (Director of Economic Development), and Ben Kawaguchi (Education Director) are interviewed. 4. Head Smashed In Buffalo Jump. Obejctives and competition areas in the Buffalo Princess Pageant. (Louisa Crowshoe). Tara First Rider, winner.
Notes
A DVD copy is available.
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Public Access
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20161111002
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The Buffalo Journal - episode 7

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Date Range
1990
Material Type
Recording
Accession No.
20161111004
Physical Description
Reel of 1 inch videotape 25 minutes
Scope and Content
The program includes the following subjects: 1. Indian Rodeo. Profile of Richard Biche, Sarcee, rodeo clown. 2. North American Indigenous Games, Edmonton, Alberta. (John Fletcher, Public Relations for the games). (Billy Mills, Olympic Gold Medallist, 1964). 3. Feathers and Beads. Interviews w…
Material Type
Recording
Date Range
1990
Creator
2 & 7 Lethbridge Television
Indian News Media
Physical Description
Reel of 1 inch videotape 25 minutes
Physical Condition
Fair
History / Biographical
The Buffalo Journal was a 'news and views' program for Canada's aboriginal people. This was the first program in the series.
Language
English
Scope and Content
The program includes the following subjects: 1. Indian Rodeo. Profile of Richard Biche, Sarcee, rodeo clown. 2. North American Indigenous Games, Edmonton, Alberta. (John Fletcher, Public Relations for the games). (Billy Mills, Olympic Gold Medallist, 1964). 3. Feathers and Beads. Interviews with Gerri Many Fingers and Carol Starlight, fashion designers. 4. Friends of the Bloods (Kainai Chieftainship). History of the Kainai Chieftainship. (Al Fontana, President, Kainai Chieftainship). Interviews with two recipients: Bob Blair, Nova Corporation; Joyce Fairbairn, Senator of Canada.
Notes
A DVD copy is available.
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Public Access
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20161111004
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The Buffalo Journal - episode 8

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Date Range
1990
Material Type
Recording
Accession No.
20161111005
Physical Description
Reel of 1 inch videotape 25 minutes
Scope and Content
The program includes the following subjects: 1. Metis Chronicles (Rick Tailfeathers). History and the battle for recognition of the Metis People. (Hugh Dempsey, historian, Glenbow Museum); (Terry Lusty, native journalist). 2. Tipi Traditions (Hank Shade). The design and history of the tipi. (…
Material Type
Recording
Date Range
1990
Creator
2 & 7 Lethbridge Television
Indian News Media
Physical Description
Reel of 1 inch videotape 25 minutes
Physical Condition
Fair
History / Biographical
The Buffalo Journal was a 'news and views' program for Canada's aboriginal people. This was the first program in the series.
Language
English
Scope and Content
The program includes the following subjects: 1. Metis Chronicles (Rick Tailfeathers). History and the battle for recognition of the Metis People. (Hugh Dempsey, historian, Glenbow Museum); (Terry Lusty, native journalist). 2. Tipi Traditions (Hank Shade). The design and history of the tipi. (Harold Healy, tipi owner). 3. Kainai (Lance Tailfeathers). Origin and culture of the Kainai, or Blood people.
Notes
A DVD copy is available.
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Public Access
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20161111005
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The Buffalo Journal - episode 9

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Date Range
1990
Material Type
Recording
Accession No.
20161111006
Physical Description
Reel of 1 inch videotape 25 minutes
Scope and Content
The program includes the following subjects: 1. Metis Chronicles, part 2. The modern struggle for recognition of the Metis People. (Hugh Dempsey, historian, Glenbow Museum); (Larry De Muelles, President, Metis Association of Alberta). 2. The Collector. Rodney First Rider, antiques collector. 3…
Material Type
Recording
Date Range
1990
Creator
2 & 7 Lethbridge Television
Indian News Media
Physical Description
Reel of 1 inch videotape 25 minutes
Physical Condition
Fair
History / Biographical
The Buffalo Journal was a 'news and views' program for Canada's aboriginal people. This was the first program in the series.
Language
English
Scope and Content
The program includes the following subjects: 1. Metis Chronicles, part 2. The modern struggle for recognition of the Metis People. (Hugh Dempsey, historian, Glenbow Museum); (Larry De Muelles, President, Metis Association of Alberta). 2. The Collector. Rodney First Rider, antiques collector. 3. Soop Strikes Again. Everett Soop is interviewed regarding his book "I see my tribe is still behind me". 4. Traditional Gambling. Hand games or stick games. (Ben Red Crow).
Notes
A DVD copy is available.
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Public Access
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20161111006
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The Buffalo Journal - episode 10

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Date Range
1990
Material Type
Recording
Accession No.
20161111007
Physical Description
Reel of 1 inch videotape 25 minutes
Scope and Content
This program includes the following subjects: 1. Siksika. Profile of the Siksika Nation. (Chief Strater Crowfoot). Radio station broadcasting in Blackfoot. (Wade LaFrance). Economic Development. (Reinold Red Crow, Economic Development Officer). 2. Coming Home. Old Sun Museum. (Russell Wrig…
Material Type
Recording
Date Range
1990
Creator
2 & 7 Lethbridge Television
Indian News Media
Physical Description
Reel of 1 inch videotape 25 minutes
Physical Condition
Fair
History / Biographical
The Buffalo Journal was a 'news and views' program for Canada's aboriginal people. This was the first program in the series.
Language
English
Scope and Content
This program includes the following subjects: 1. Siksika. Profile of the Siksika Nation. (Chief Strater Crowfoot). Radio station broadcasting in Blackfoot. (Wade LaFrance). Economic Development. (Reinold Red Crow, Economic Development Officer). 2. Coming Home. Old Sun Museum. (Russell Wright, Curator). 3. Reservation Rock. Profile of "Kin Rock" a rock and roll band from the Blood Reserve. (Lance Tailfeathers, vocalist).
Notes
A DVD copy is available.
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20161111007
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The Buffalo Journal - episode 12

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Date Range
1990
Material Type
Recording
Accession No.
20161111009
Physical Description
Reel of 1 inch videotape 25 minutes
Scope and Content
This program includes the following subjects: 1. Singing the Buffalo Blues. Efforts to preserve the plains bison. (Janice Smith, Waterton Lakes National Park). 2. The Action Game. Rodeo photographer Jim Goodstriker. 3. Pow-wow Profiles. Fancy and traditional dancers. (Scotty Many Guns, Luke…
Material Type
Recording
Date Range
1990
Creator
2 & 7 Lethbridge Television
Indian News Media
Physical Description
Reel of 1 inch videotape 25 minutes
Physical Condition
Fair
History / Biographical
The Buffalo Journal was a 'news and views' program for Canada's aboriginal people. This was the first program in the series.
Language
English
Scope and Content
This program includes the following subjects: 1. Singing the Buffalo Blues. Efforts to preserve the plains bison. (Janice Smith, Waterton Lakes National Park). 2. The Action Game. Rodeo photographer Jim Goodstriker. 3. Pow-wow Profiles. Fancy and traditional dancers. (Scotty Many Guns, Luke Whiteman, fancy dancers). (Leroy Seth, Nez Perce Nation - traditional dancer). 4. Sacred Places. Chief Mountain, Belly Buttes, Porcupine Hills, tipi rings east of Coaldale.
Notes
A DVD copy is available.
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Public Access
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20161111009
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Date Range
1992
Material Type
Recording
Accession No.
20161111013
Physical Description
Reel of 1 inch videotape 14 minutes
Scope and Content
This documentary describes Dutch Elm disease and the efforts being made to prevent it from coming into Alberta. Individuals interviewed are: John Grant, Urban Arborist, City of Calgary. Dr. Jim Holley, Plant Pathologist, Alberta Special Crops and Horticultural Research Centre. Art Tellier, Entomo…
Material Type
Recording
Date Range
1992
Creator
2 & 7 Lethbridge Television
Indian News Media
Physical Description
Reel of 1 inch videotape 14 minutes
Physical Condition
Fair
Language
English
Scope and Content
This documentary describes Dutch Elm disease and the efforts being made to prevent it from coming into Alberta. Individuals interviewed are: John Grant, Urban Arborist, City of Calgary. Dr. Jim Holley, Plant Pathologist, Alberta Special Crops and Horticultural Research Centre. Art Tellier, Entomology Technician, Alberta Special Crops and Horticultural Research Centre. Bashir Jamal, Urban Forester, City of Calgary. Margaret Johnson, Urban Forester, City of Calgary. Todd Reichardt, Insect Abatement Technician, City of Calgary.
Notes
A DVD copy is available.
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Public Access
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20161111013
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Blood Lands: A Century Later

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Date Range
1996
Material Type
Recording
Accession No.
20161111010
Physical Description
Reel of 1 inch videotape 24 minutes
Scope and Content
History of land use and availability on the Blood Reserve from earliest days when no one had individual access to the land, to the era of farming and ranching, when only certain families had access to the land. More recently, the band council has sought to develop industry on the reserve to provid…
Material Type
Recording
Date Range
1996
Creator
Indian News Media
Physical Description
Reel of 1 inch videotape 24 minutes
Physical Condition
Fair
Language
English
Scope and Content
History of land use and availability on the Blood Reserve from earliest days when no one had individual access to the land, to the era of farming and ranching, when only certain families had access to the land. More recently, the band council has sought to develop industry on the reserve to provide jobs to members. (Mark Old Shoes.) (Hugh Dempsey, historian, Glenbow Museum.) (Joe Heavy Head, re trading horses for cattle.) (Steve Mistaken Chief, land researcher.) (Pete Big Head, protester.) (Wallace Many Fingers, former band councillor.)
Notes
A DVD copy is available.
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20161111010
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Chas (Charles) MacKay Funeral Record and Ledger

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Description Level
Item
Accession No.
20161022
Physical Description
10"x14" bound
Scope and Content
The ledger consists of 490 individual order forms in chronological sequence (Jan 1924 to Mar 1927) and an alphabetical index. Each form has "Particulars" fields: ordered by, charge to, address, name, date of death, place of death, length of timein city, length of time in Canada, sex, age, marital …
Description Level
Item
Creator
Chas (Charles) MacKay
Physical Description
10"x14" bound
History / Biographical
Chas (Charles) MacKay was a funeral director and embalmer in the 1920s in Lethbridge. According to the Henderson's directory 1917, the original business was operated by Leslie R. MacKay and Jean D. MacKay from 803 3rd Ave South. In 1919, the business is operated by Charles MacKay and John W. Bell. In 1920, Charles MacKay is listed a sole proprietor. In 1921 the business moved to 1110 3rd Ave South. In 1927, according to Lethbridge Herald, Charles MacKay sold the business to M.E. Christensen from Iowa and found employment with the Martin Brothers.
Custodial History
Donated by Phyllis Burnett, who purchased the ledger from Dean Unger, Winfield, BC
Scope and Content
The ledger consists of 490 individual order forms in chronological sequence (Jan 1924 to Mar 1927) and an alphabetical index. Each form has "Particulars" fields: ordered by, charge to, address, name, date of death, place of death, length of timein city, length of time in Canada, sex, age, marital status, last occupation, place of birth, birthplace of father, birthplace of mother, racial origin physician, address, cause of death, religion, clergy, cemetery, location of grave, date of service, service held at, remnants shipped to, accompanied by, date of shipment, time of train, title mailed In addition, each form has "Itemized account" fields: casket #, metallic lining, outside box, metal vault, burial robe, burial slippers and hose, engraving plate, embalming body, washing and dressing, shaving, use of funeral chapel, hearse, lead car, cars to cemetery, removal charges, city calls, outlay for lot, opening grave, death notice in newspaper, flowers, personal services, sundries. The following names are included: BELL Stanley William ADAM Christina Hendry AINNS Henry AMPHLETT Anita Charlton ANDERSON Carman Waslyng ANDERSON Infant ANDERSON Janet Dewar ANDERSON Oliver (Halvor) ANDERSON Pearl Watson ANDERSON Roy ANTIJUNTTI Lizzie ARMITT Margaret ARNOLD Albert ARNOLD Thomas ARTHUR Kennedy ASHCROFT Lois Emily AVINS Oswald BAGU Annie BAILEY Marion Patricia BANKHOUSE John Robertson BARCLAY Henry Aitken BARCLAY James Alexander BARRIE George BARROWS Child (Lucille Rosalie) BASHFORD Doris Hopper BATZUK Mary BEIMLER Kenneth Mack BERLIN Anna BERTONINI Inez BERTONINI Lina BINDA Joseph Patrick BITANGO Pauline BLACK Annie BODNAR John BOISON(BOYCHUK) Victoria BOMAN Erik Helmer BORSOFF Annastasin BOWRON Infant BRADY Samuel Rex BRANDLE Infant BROWN Albert BROWN Alice Jane Sanborn BROWN Ensley W. BROWN James Russell BROWN James Wesley BRUCHET Infant BULLOCK Mike BURDANI Annie BUSH William Thomas BUZAN Peter Ray CAIN William CAMPBELL Emily Browning CAMPBELL William James CARMICHAEL Alexander CARNILL William Roy CASEY Mrs. Henry S. CELOTTI Rita CHISHOLM Abraham CHRISTIE John CHULCZEY Willie CLEAVER William F. COATES Florence Glorina COE James Ernest COLLINSON CONNER Sydney Matthew Landon CONNOR Gilbert Ross CONNOR John COSTLEY James Daniel COULTHART James Archibald COUTTS Ann CRAWFORD Luella Richardson CREDICO Guiseppe Enrico CREDICO John CREDICO Ruth CULVER George Charles CUNNINGHAM John DAHL Mrs. Arthur ( Janet Nettie Powelson) DANTE Ganerina Arturo DAUGHTY Thomas William Arthur DAWSON Henry DESHARNAIS Emil DETERMAN Frank Anthony DICKIE John DICKOUT Florence May DOGTEROM Leonard Andrew DORCHUK George DREWS Matilda DUNSWORTH George DUNSWORTH Leah DUQUIST Lorraine DUTCHAK Bill EASTHOPE Ivan EDWARDS Infant EKERESTEEN Olaf ELASCHUK George ELASCHUK George ELASCHUK Mary EMERSON William James ERICKSON Melva Mae EVANS Geraldine Mildred EVANS Katie FANSETT Kenneth FARRELL Frances FAWNS Hannah ( Johannah Olson) FERKO Catharine FETTINGER Albert FETTINGER Freddie (Frank) FINNEY Louisa Pierce FORSTER John Douglas FOYCHUK Alfred E. FOYCHUK Benjamin T. FOYCHUK Katie FRANK Thomas FREEMAN Augusta FREEMAN Charles Isom FULTON Molly GAIRNS William Lindsay GATES Mike GATKOSKI Mark GERALDI Rosie GERALDI Vito GESINGHAUS Gordon GOOD Lillian Jean GRAHAM Elizabeth GREATRIX John Alfred HALABURDA Mary HAMES Jean HAMIL Celina HAMMANT Alma Ella HAMMERSLEY James Henry HANCOCK Geneva Grace HANCOCK Mary HARDY William HARLEY Ethel May HARPER Alfred HARVEY William HARVEY William Henry HATZE Herman HEAD Jasper Jason HEGGIE Ila May HIRSCHE Harold S. HOLMES Charles Owens HOLMES William Frederick HUTCHINSON Henry HUTCHINSON Horace Henry IRWIN Infant JACK Edward JACKLYNN Mary Elizabeth JACKSON (HALL) Emily Annie JAMISON James JANSSENS Gustof JARYOZ John JENSON Ole Christian JERPE Gust JEWETT Emma JOHNSTON James JOINER-LONG Herbert Charles JONES Alfred William JORGENSEN Jens KANASHIRO Yaneko KANKAL John Thomas KANOSHIRO Cannie (Kane) KOSHMAN Mike KASZAS Andrew KERR Robert KING Charles David KINNIBURGH David KIRK Dr. KNAPP Emma Thresa KNAPP Hellen Reah KNUDSON George Sr. KOLASKO Katie KOLASKO Rosie KORPI Herman KOSHMAN George KOZAK Alexander KOZNUK Mary KULTGEN Unknown KUNKEL Albert LARKO Helen LARSON Unknown LASTIUK Bill LAZENKO George LeBARRE Albert Worthington LEDINGHAM John Skene LEONI Eliza LESLIE Adam Smith LINNING Alexander LIPTAK Frank LITCHFIELD Reid LITCHFIELD William LODERMEIER Theresa LOWE George Whitman LUCHANSKI Barbara LUCIANI Antinet MACDONALD Agnes Murray Blake MACDONALD George MALONE James O'Conor MALUNA Antoine MARCHANT Alfred Ronald MARTELL Joseph MARTIN Lucille Irene MARTIN Milly E. MARTIN William Alexander MARTINIUK Steve MASSARA Petri MASSON Infant MATSON William Nehamiah MAYNARD Infant MCADIE John MCCANN Ella Mildred MCCOY Free A. MCCULLOCH Twin Infants MCDONALD Elizabeth MCDONALD Ronald Gordon MCFARLAND Darrell George MCFARQUHAR Emily MCINTOSH William MCINTYRE Miriam Elizabeth MCKINNEY Abraham MCKINNON James MCNEIL Bertha Amy MEHLEN Infant MILLER Samuel MILLS Henry Pope MILNER Benjamin Franklin MIRON Cyril MIYAGI Infant MOODIE Jane Wilson MORRIS William MUNROE Alexander William MUNROE Elizabeth MURPHY Annie MYUK John NAKAMA Giushiro NEIDERMEYER Boniface NICHOLSON Nels NIEMI Helen NISHIMURA Isamu NOPP John NOWAK Minnie May ODELL Cara OPERSKO Annie ORSH Mary OSTLUND Jonas PAGNUCCO Christoleno PALMER Female PALMQUIST Robert PARRY Infant PASKISKY Rosie PASOLLI Savarini PATCHING Thomas Westinghouse PATTERSON Cecilia Mildred Ada PATTON Margaret PAULSON Ellen PAULSON John Gustof PAVAN Delia PENTILECHUK Constantine PERRY James PETERSON Alice Marie PETERSON Amber PETERSON Bertha PIMM John PISKO Alexander PITT Henry PITT John PLANTING Emmette PRIEST Frank Washington RADFORD Infant RALPH Frederick William RANK Margaret A. RITCHIE Burns RODEBACK William ROSAINE Gustof. Frederic Herman ROWLAND Mrs. I. F. (Elizabeth E.) RYAN Marguretta RYAN Maurice James SABULIAK John SALMON Hellen May SAUNDERS Adolphus James SAWADA Mrs. Yei SAWCZUK Walter SAXON Clara SCHUMERS Clarence H. SCOTT Janet Williamson SEAMAN Gordon Stephen SEMENIUK Edna Pauline SHARPE Infant SHAW Frederick Davis SHIMA Infant SHIMA Infant SHORT Ainsley Unsworth SIELECKI Joseph SILLITO Maude Elizabeth SIROVYAK John Jr. SKREPNECHUK Fred SKUNDBERG Mrs. L. (Bertha) SLOVINSKI Theodore SMITH David SMITH Evelyn Durling SPACKMAN Dorothy Pearl STAHELI Emil Ernest STANDING Thomas STEWART Hamilton STITT Gordon Rae STOTT M.E. STRALEY Willis Charles STUART Charles SUPINA Marguerite SWEDA Julia SWEDISH Nick SWEDISH Simon SWEETMAN John Wilkinson TAKEO Takayo TAMAYOSE Helen TOMIE Matilda TANNEHILL James Morrow TAYLOR Elizabeth Mary TAYLOR James TENNANT George TENNANT Mary Robertson Duncan THOMAS Stephen THOMPSON Earnest Edwin THOMPSON Edward James THOMPSON Fedora Melissa TOMASKY Alick TOMPKINS Marguerite Jean TOUCK Lilly TRAVAGLIA Catharine Anna TROMAN James Arthur TROYAN John TURNBULL Lillian Stewart TYMCHUK Mike UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN UNKNOWN VALLIEREO Theophilo VANCE James VARE Elizabeth VASELENAK Katie VAUGHAN Henry VIGANTI Giacomo VOYTKO Mary WADE James Henry WAHL Robert Wilfred WALLACE James Henry WARDELL Ernestine Elizabeth WASHBROOK Glenn Alfred WASNUK Infant WELSH Nancy Jane WESTERGREEN August WHEELAN Lewis WHELAN Hugh WHITE Infant WILLIAMS Douglas Ledgerwood WILSON Frank Lowther WILSON Gordon Robert WILSON Mary Gammie WITWICKI Domka WOODS Marie WURZER Rosa WYLIE John WYROSTOK Mary YACKULIC Infant YACKULIC Joseph (LH 28 Feb 1927) YAKIWCZUK Joseph YAMAMOTO Jiro YOUNG Annie YOUNG Urban YOUNG Waldo Buddie YACKULIC Charles ZASADNY Josephine ZMURCHYK John
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