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Published Resources

Provides bibliographic information about books, periodicals, music, video and other published materials in Library and Archives Canada's collection. AMICUS also shows holdings for other Canadian libraries.

Native Residential Schools in Canada: A Selective Bibliography

Naskapi Lexicon

Finding out about Native Canadian Women Writers Published in English
A selective bibliography of works by Aboriginal women authors.

Celebrating Women's Achievements
Thematically arranged, this site celebrates the outstanding achievements of women. Each woman's life and achievements are described, followed by a list of suggested readings. Some of these women include Waneek Horn-Miller (Sports), Victoria Belcourt Callihoo (Society, Music, Literature) and Jean Goodwill (Science).

Canadian Poetry Archive: Emily Pauline Johnson
Extensive information on the popular poet of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Heroes of Lore and Yore: Canadian Heroes in Fact and Fiction
Stories of the real and not so real characters from Canadian history.

Archival Records

Provides access to LAC's archival holdings from governmental and private sources, including textual documents, maps, works of art, photographs, videos and films, sound recordings, architectural drawings, stamps and medals.

Aboriginal Peoples - Guide to the Records of the Government of Canada

Government of Canada Files

Indian Reserves - Western Canada
This database provides item-level descriptions on approximately 1,500 maps and plans that relate to Aboriginal reserves and settlements in western Canada (British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Yukon Territory, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut Territory).

Métis Scrip Records

Western Land Grants, 1870-1930

Louis Riel, the Red River Rebellion
Unpublished Thematic Guide

Digital Collections

Indian Affairs Annual Reports 1864-1990
The Indian Affairs Annual Reports (1864-1990) collection contains the full text annual reports for the departments and branches responsible for Indian Affairs from 1967 to 1990. It is an excellent source for treaty or genealogy research.

The Jesuit Relations and the History of New France
Here you will find early accounts of contact between Europeans and First peoples.


Genealogy and Family History

Métis Genealogy

Researching Your Aboriginal Ancestry at Library and Archives Canada

Virtual Exhibitions

Pride and Dignity: Aboriginal Portraits
An exhibition of over 60 photographic reproductions (c.1846 - c.1960) taken from the original exhibition Aboriginal Portraits from the National Archives of Canada produced by Edward Tompkins and Jeff Thomas, guest curator, and exhibited at the National Archives during the spring and summer of 1996.

Treaty 8, 1899-1999

The Canadian West
The intent is to give a general impression of the nature, variety, and vastness of the records that relate to the western landscape of Canada during the period of European contact with First Nations.