Fonds 02-1003 - Chief George Paudash papers

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Chief George Paudash papers

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  • Microfilmed 1981 (Creation)
    Paudash, Chief George

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1 microfilm reel.

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Chief George Paudash was chief of the Algonquin band of Mississaugas at the Hiawatha reserve located at Rice Lake, Ontario. He was a tinsmith and an outdoors guide and served in WWI. His wife's name was Margaret (1893-1966). Chief George Paudash's son, George, served in WWII and was married to Anne Rosemary Hacker.

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This microfilm was created by the Library and Archives Canada and purchased by Trent University Archives

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Microfilm consists of one 16 mm reel of records collected by Chief George Paudash of the Hiawatha reserve at Rice Lake, Ontario. Included on the reel are the following: Letterbook, 1825-1842; Band Council Minutes, 1834-1848; Peter Jones Entry Book, 1831-1848 (includes band council minutes, correspondence, addresses, and petitions); and Band Council Minutes and Correspondence, 1842-1867. The reel is Series A - Vol. 1011, T-1456.

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This microfilm was purchased from the Library and Archives Canada.
Originals located at the Library and Archives Canada.


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None.Associated material located at National Archives of Canada.

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Associated material located at Library and Archives Canada.
For related records see: 77-021, 77-024, and 97-1037.


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Microfilm located in microforms reading room.
Microfilm. Set 47.

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