4 edition of Records of the federal Department of Indian Affairs at the National Archives of Canada found in the catalog.
Records of the federal Department of Indian Affairs at the National Archives of Canada
Includes bibliographical references (p. 85-92).
|Other titles||Indian Affairs records at the National Archives of Canada|
|Statement||by Bill Russell.|
|Contributions||Ontario Genealogical Society.|
|LC Classifications||E78.C2 R87 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 104 p. :|
|Number of Pages||104|
|LC Control Number||99174984|
The Department of Indian Affairs and its predecessors have been responsible for such matters as treaties, reserves, provision of education, and supervision of agriculture on reserves. For a detailed administrative history see Records Relating to Indian Affairs (RG 10) / by Peter Gillis et al. - Ottawa: Public Archives of Canada, Original entry land records (which should reveal information about the first transfer of a piece of land from federal or Indian hands to its first non-Indian owner) are a useful tool. These land records are available in county court houses and state archives (and offices of the secretary of state in most states), and in the records of the.
The National Archives and Records Administration will not yet have any current records relating to your application. Many, but not all, of the BIA records are not offered to the National Archives until they are 20 years old. The Bureau of Indian Affairs has published this book which might be helpful Guide to Tracing Your American Indian Ancestry. The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) is an independent agency of the United States government charged with the preservation and documentation of government and historical records. It is also tasked with increasing public access to those documents which make up the National Archive. NARA is officially responsible for maintaining and publishing the legally authentic and.
Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada (CIRNAC; French: Relations Couronne-Autochtones et des Affaires du Nord Canada (RCAANC)) is the department of the Government of Canada responsible for Canada's northern lands and territories, and one of two departments with responsibility for policies relating to Indigenous peoples in Canada (the other being Indigenous Services Canada). and then retire to records center. Subsequent legal transfer of the records to the National Archives of the United States will be as jointly agreed to between United States Department of Interior and the National Archives and Records Administration. NARA JOB # b. Program Policy/Directives Master Set with Case History Files – Official Files.
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The following list provides a few of the Record Groups in which records relating to Indian Affairs and Native peoples may be found. This is not a comprehensive list. RG 2 Privy Council Office; RG 15 Department of the Interior; RG 18 Royal Canadian Mounted Police; RG 22 Indian Affairs and Northern Development; RG 23 Department of Fisheries and Oceans.
Records of the federal Department of Indian Affairs at the National Archives of Canada. Toronto: Ontario Genealogical Society, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Bill Russell; Ontario Genealogical Society. Records of the federal Department of Indian Affairs at the National Archives of Canada a source for genealogical research by Russell, Bill.
Published by Ontario Genealogical Society in Toronto. Written in EnglishPages: Previous ed. published under title: Records of the federal Department of Indian Affairs at the National Archives of Canada.
Description: x, 85 pages: illustrations ; 28 cm: Contents: List of Illustrations --List of Abbreviations --Foreword/Foreword to the Second Edition The Department of Indian Affairs Previous ed.
published under title: Records of the federal Department of Indian Affairs at the National Archives of Canada. Contributor: Russell, Bill, Records of the federal Department of Indian Affairs at the National Archives of Canada.
Contributor: Ontario Genealogical Society. (record group 75) overview of records locations table of contents administrative history records of the office of the secretary of war relating to indian affairs records of the office of indian trade general records of the bureau of indian affairs records of the commissioner of indian affairs and his immediate.
This database contains references to be found in more t digitized pages of the original annual reports for the Indian Affairs portfolio for the years to and the complete annual reports for the department of Indian Affairs from to The annual reports for Northern Affairs are not included in this database.
Administrative and Indian land records created by the federal Department of Indian Affairs before are now at the National Archives of Canada in Ottawa. An inventory of these is in: Gillis, Peter, ed. Records Relating to Indian Affairs. Ottawa: Public Archives of Canada, (Family History Library book A3pg no.
1.) Some of these records have been microfilmed and. The National Archives (NARA) maintains historically significant and permanently valuable records created by the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) and its predecessor agencies from as early as Tasked with federal oversight of American Indians, the BIA interacted with many individuals and families.
Most American Indian-related records held by the NARA primarily relate to administrative matters and the management of tribal. The Division of Land Titles and Records (DLTR), and its 18 Land Titles and Records Offices (LTRO), are the official Federal offices-of-record for all documents affecting title to Indian lands, and for the determination, maintenance, and certified reporting of land title ownership and encumbrance on Indian trust and restricted lands.
National Archives Facilities, by State. Main Address: Adelphi Rd. College Park, MD Toll Free: NARA-NARA () TTY: (Federal Relay) Forms: National Archives and Records Administration.
Government branch: Independent Agency. Related Agency. Office of the Federal Register. Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC) supports Aboriginal peoples (First Nations, Inuit and Métis) and Northerners in their efforts to improve social well-being and economic prosperity; develop healthier, more sustainable communities and participate more fully in Canada's political, social and economic development – to the benefit of all Canadians.
Note that the federal government's Citizenship and Immigration Minister has taken over Indian Affairs from the Department of Mines and Resources.
Extract of report of West Coast Indian Agent Gerald Barry to Major D. McKay, Indian Commissioner for British Columbia, Apconcerning the United Church's Ahousat residential school. 4: Brian Titley, A Narrow Vision: Duncan Campbell Scott and the Administration of Indian Affairs in Canada (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, ) 91– 5: National Archives of Canada, Record Gr vol.
filevol. 7, 55 (L-3) and 63 (N-3). Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, NW M McMillan, Alan D. and Eldon Yellowhorn. First peoples in Canada. Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre, NW M32 Previously published as: Native peoples and cultures of Canada. Russell, Bill. Records of the federal Department of Indian Affairs at the National Archives of.
Bureau of Indian Affairs. The mission of the Bureau of Indian Affairs is to enhance the quality of life, to promote economic opportunity, and to carry out the responsibility to protect and improve the trust assets of American Indians, Indian tribes, and Alaska Natives.
All Indigenous Services Canada offices for Indian status and secure status card applications will be closed until further notice due to circumstances surrounding the COVID pandemic. If you would like to apply for a Secure Certificate of Indian Status by mail, visit Are you applying for a status card.
Drees said Library and Archives still keeps all records produced by the federal National Health and Welfare Department locked in their archives.
The department took over First Nation and Inuit. To obtain these records, please contact LAC directly by: Mail. Library and Archives Canada Client Services Division Wellington St Ottawa ON K1A 0N4. Telephone: Online. The Department of National Defence (DND) is responsible for holding the following service records.
These records are available at the National Archives and at the Regional Branches of the National Archives. These records are important, because they show: names of all children of school age (6 to 18), age, sex, tribe and degree of Indian blood, distance from home to public school, name of parent or guardian, details of attendance or non-attendance.
Other records are found in the Beaverbrook Collection on Indian Affairs,consisting of 90 documents collected for Lord Beaverbrook in and now in the Harriet Irving Library. This material is available at Library and Archives Canada on microfilm M, Finding Aid MSS is a list of the documents.The Indian Affairs Manual (IAM) contains the current policies and directives of Indian Affairs.
The IAM is organized into sections called Parts, which are the major functions and programs (for example: Budget, Trust, Education) under the authority of the Assistant Secretary - Indian Affairs.
Department of State Visa Records in the National Archives August 1, Septem by Daniel, posted in Foreign Affairs Research Guides Today’s post is written by David Langbart, an Archivist in the Textual Records Division at the National Archives at College Park.