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Series consists of general operational records created and/or maintained by the Queen Charlotte Agency. Volume 1661, with outside dates 1888-1923, contains a series of miscellaneous files dealing with the Masset and Skidegate bands, including some correspondence relating to court cases, 1910-1915. Agency Shannon files, in volumes 10876 and 10880-10883, relate to subject matters such as land leases, roads, Band Council elections, Band Council Minutes, trust fund, circulars, World War I enlistments, returned soldiers and veterans' reestablishment.
Conditions of access
Microfilm reel T-3970
Microfilm reel T-3971
Microfilm reel T-3969
Microfilm reel C-14880
from 10880 to 10883
Copyright belongs to the Crown. In order to protect the fragile originals, the microfilm copies of these records must be consulted rather than the originals.
Finding aid 10-1 is a computer generated volume list related to volume 1661. 10-1 (Electronic)
Finding aid 10-52 is a computer generated file list related to volumes 10876 and 10880-10883. 10-52 (Electronic)
Biography / Administrative history
The Queen Charlotte Agency office was located in Masset, BC, between 1910 and 1966. The agency was created in December 1909 from the division of the North West Coast Agency into the Queen Charlotte Agency, the Nass Agency and the Bella Coola Agency. The Queen Charlotte Agency amalgamated with the Skeena River Agency in 1966 to form a larger Skeena River Agency. Finding aid 10-202: Guide to Indian Bands and Agencies in British Columbia.
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Related control no.
1. 1981-82/023 GAD
2. 1984-85/090 GAD
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