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Description found in Archives
Series consists of
Series part of
Microfilmed in 1970
Place of creation
No place, unknown, or undetermined
Scope and content
Series consists of microfilmed copies of location tickets covering the period 1881-1968 and a register of births, marriages, and deaths for the period 1904-1948. While the microfilm was produced by the Archives of Ontario in 1970, the originals were created and/or maintained by the Peterborough Agency. Technical problems in the filming process has resulted in the records being incorrectly positioned on the film. In order to utilize the film, the lens of the reader needs to be rotated 180 degrees and in some cases 225 degrees, in order to view the documentation.
Copyright belongs to the Crown.
Finding aid 10-169 is a computer generated list which describes the content of each reel. 10-169 90 (Electronic)
Canada. Dept. of Indian Affairs. Central Superintendency (Ontario) Dept. of Indian Affairs. Central Superintendency (Ontario)
Indian and Eskimo Affairs Program (Canada). Kingston District Office. Kingston District Office.
Indian and Eskimo Affairs Program (Canada). Peterborough Agency. Peterborough Agency.
Biography / Administrative history
Apparently during the 1960s the name Peterborough Agency was adopted for what had been known as the Rice and Mud Lake Agency. The Peterborough Agency was responsible for: Alderville (1963-1970), Curve Lake (1963-1970), Hiawatha (1963-1970), Golden Lake (1966-1970), Mississaugas of Alnwick (-1963), Mississaugas of Mud Lake (-1963), and Mississaugas of Rice Lake (-1963). The agency was amalgamated into the Kingston District 15 July 1970. Finding aid 10-157: Guide to Indian Affairs Field Office Organization in Ontario, 1845-1990.
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Related control no.
1. 1992-93/155 GAD
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