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Collections and Fonds – 104307 - Library and Archives Canada

Jun 20, 2018 ... archaelogical sites across Canada. His last position was Head of the Historic Archaeological Programme, History Division, National Museum of Man. Walker was elected as a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London in 1980. Finding aid: Show detailHide detail Textual records The finding aid is a file list describing volumes 1 to 25 MSS1535 1 90 Additional information

Customs and Traditions of the Canadian Armed Forces

Nov 20, 2019 ...Review of customs and traditions of interest to all ranks of the Canadian Armed Forces. Dress distinctions and unit badges are not addressed in this volume.

History and archaeology - Plan your visit

Feb 21, 2019 ... Site Hands on history at Fort George National Historic Site White glove tour at Laurier House National Historic Site The 78th Highlanders Experience at Halifax Citadel National Historic Site From field to fork at Motherwell Homestead National Historic Site Hi ho, it’s off to the fort we go! at Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site Have a Merry Woodside

Access the Yukon fossil collection | Government of Yukon

Jul 22, 2019 ... to collect ice age fossils. The last major expedition by the AMNH was by Otto Geist in 1952. He collected many specimens representing 9 species. Most of these were horse, mammoth and bison. Charlie Linklater and Peter Lord, Elders from Old Crow, assisted Geist during his trip up the Old Crow River. These specimens are now housed in the Childs Frick Collection

Military ranks

Nov 13, 2019 ...Ranks and insignias of the Navy, Army and Air Force.

Bison blog - Banff National Park

Dec 4, 2019 ... Parks Canada also manages a small display herd of bison. We will never know for sure, but we speculate that he may have been pushed out by a more dominant bull. It is normal behavior for less-dominant bulls to be pressured or to wander willingly in search of other bison where they may meet less competition. Since his move to Rocky Mountain House National

Inuit traditional knowledge - Wrecks of HMS Erebus and HMS Terror National Historic Site

May 27, 2019 .... Spending years in the Arctic, travelling and living among Inuit, he gathered invaluable Inuit oral histories. Importantly, interpreters Taqulittuq and Ipiivik were part of his team. In 1869, he learned that the Ugjulik wreck was located off the western shore of the Adelaide Peninsula; Ugjulik (spelled variously) refers to a seal hunting ground, the word meaning

History - Riding Mountain National Park

Oct 24, 2019 ... while their allies, the Assiniboines, roamed the prairies in pursuit of the bison. These people followed the retreat of the bison herds to the west and were replaced by the Ojibway, who still live in the area today. Between 1731 and 1749 Pierre de la Verendrye and his sons explored and traded on the plains around Riding Mountain. A post was established on Lake

Casualty Identification Program

May 27, 2019 ...-repatriation policy for the remains of service members killed on operations before 1970. Identification process A number of disciplines help the casualty identification process, including history, archaeology, anthropology, laboratory sciences, forensic odontology, genealogy, and the conservation of artefacts. The Casualty Identification Program attempts to identify

History Browser | Canadian Military History Gateway

Jan 28, 2019 ... for gold and the Northwest Passage to Asia. Site: National Defence Voyages of Jacques Cartier Select Type: A slide show presentation featuring the three voyages of Jacques Cartier. The first deals with navigational equipment and people on his crew. The second deals with artillery and the Natives he met. The last focuses on weapons and armour. Site: National Defence

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