Collection 11-007 - David Newhouse collection

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David Newhouse collection

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    • 1960-2008 (Creation)
      Newhouse, David

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    1.4 m of textual records (5 boxes)

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    David Newhouse is Onondoga from the Six Nations of the Grand River community near Brantford, Ontario. He is Chair of Indigenous Studies at Trent University and Associate Professor, Indigenous Studies & Business Administration. Newhouse was founding editor of the CANDO Journal of Aboriginal Economic Development; past Chair and a current member of the Council for the Advancement of Native Development Officers (CANDO) Standing Committee on Education; a member of the Policy Team on Economics for the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples; a member of the Independent Panel on Access Criteria for the Atlantic Fisheries for the Department of Fisheries and Oceans; a member of the National Aboriginal Benchmarking Committee of the National Aboriginal Economic Development Board; and, the Science Officer for the Aboriginal Peoples Health research committee for the Canadian Institutes of Health Research. (Information taken from Trent University Web site, 08 September 2011).

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    Collection was in the custody of Professor David Newhouse before it was deposited at Trent University Archives via Christine Welter in 2011.

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    This collection is comprised of research files, published articles, government documents, reports and supporting documents all pertaining to Aboriginal issues in Canada. The materials were deposited by the Indigenous Studies Department, Trent University. Some documents were reallocated to the Government Documents section of Bata Library, some were returned to the Indigenous Studies Department, and those deemed to be of archival value are represented herein.

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    Collection acquired from Professor David Newhouse, Indigenous Studies, Trent University via Christine Welter.


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        Box 1

        Aboriginal magazines such as Say, Redwire, and Aboriginal Times. Scattered issues 1980-2006

        Box 2

        Group A: Reports and publications of the Aboriginal Healing Foundation, 2002-2006, including:

        Aboriginal Domestic Violence in Canada
        Residential Schools
        Prisons and HIV/AIDS amongst Aboriginal People in Canada: Exploring the Connections
        Aboriginal Sex Offending in Canada
        Aboriginal Healing in Canada'
        The Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreements'
        Métis History and Experience and Residential Schools in Canada
        Historic Trauma and Aboriginal Healing
        Mental Health Profiles for a Sample of B.C.'s Aboriginal Survivors of the Canadian Residential School System
        Aboriginal People, Resilience and the Residential School Legacy

        Group B: Miscellaneous Health-Related Publications pertaining to Canadian Aboriginal Peoples. Includes Issues relating to HIV/AIDS and suicide data.
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        Publications relating to Native Studies at Trent University including faculty publications. Publications relating to Aboriginal entrepreneurship.

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        Assorted publications:

        1. 1986, Report of the Cree-Naskapi Commission
        2. First Nations Governance Handbook 2003
        3. Provincial Aboriginal Youth Conference "Windows to the Future..." 1997
        4. Provincial Aboriginal Conference on Employment Equity 1992
        5. Centre for Constitutional Studies: Perspectives on 'Shaping Canada's Future Together' 1992
        6. Report on the Complaints of the Innu of Labrador to the Canadian Human Rights Commission, Donald M. McRae, 1993
        7. Statement of the Government of Canada on Indian Policy 1969
        8. The Historical Development of the Indian Act, 1978
        9. Indian treaties in Historical Perspective, 1979
        10. An Overview of Demographic, Social and Economic Conditions Among Canada's Registered Indian Population, 1979
        11. Canada's Indian Reserves: Pre-Confederation, 1980
        12. North American Tribal Gaming Directory, n.d.
        13. "What is Truth?" Farrell Toombs and the national Seminar on Indian Research, 1960
        14. The Aboriginal Constitutional Package of 1992, Its' Hidden Sting. W. Rudnicki (Eagle Shield) 1992
        15. Must Egalitarian Liberals Support Native Rights? Kurt Preinsperg, 1992
        16. Peace, Unity and Thanksgiving and the Native Nations Are Key to Canada's Future. Presentation to the Spicer Commission 1991 by the Tsatekariwaten
        17. Constitution of the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs 1994, revised 1997
        18. The Canadian Bar Association Constitutional entrenchment of Aboriginal Self-Government, n.d.
        19. Aboriginal Art - It's a White Thing! Richard Bell, 2005
        20. Native Claims in Canada: A Review of Law and Policy 1975
        21. National Indian Brotherhood, Assembly of First Nations Education Secretariat, Jurisdiction and Management: A Research Project, Discussion Paper, 1990
        22. Guide to Native Political Associations in Canada, Wayne Daugherty, 1982
        23. The Government of Canada and the Inuit 1900-1967, Richard Diubaldo, 1985
        24. The QUAD Principles in the Delivery of Early Learning and Child Care Services for Aboriginal Children. 2005. Nat'l Assoc. of Friendship Centres.
        25. Ktaqmkukewaq Mi'Kmaq: Wlqatmuti. The Mi'Kmaw People of Newfoundland: A Celebration 2004
        26. Building Towards Prosperity, Aboriginal conference, 1992
        27. Elders of the Willow Cree: Reflections of the Past 1993
        28. Akwasasne Environmental Programs 1999
        29. Self-Sufficiency Preparing for the Future. 1993
        30. Trees of Akwasasne: Mohawk Council of Akwasasne Department of the Environment n.d.
        31. Towards a New Beginning: A Foundation Report for a Strategy to Revitalize First Nation, Inuit and Métis Languages and Cultures 2005
        32. Indian Specific Claims Commission. Final Report. 1991-2009
        33. The Flow of Funds From the Government of Canada to Status Indians 1979
        34. The Ontario Curriculum: Native Studies, Grades 11 and 12, 2000
        35. Volunteers in the Friendship Centres of Canada, 2005
        36. Legacy of Hope: An Agenda for Change Vol. 1 Final Report from the Commission on First Nations and Métis Peoples and Justice Reform 2004
        37. CANDO Governance and Policy Procedures for the Advancement of Native Development Officers
        38. 100 Years of Aboriginal Demography 2000
        39. Indian Conditions: A Survey 1980
        40. Schedule of Indian Bands, Reserves and Settlements 1990
        41. Saskatchewan and Aboriginal Peoples in the 21st Century
        42. Indian Government Under Indian Act Legislation 1868-1951
        43. An Overview of Registered Indian Conditions in Nova Scotia and NFLD. Hugh Lautard. 1987
        44. Aboriginal Access to Post-Secondary Education 1995
        45. Towards Sustainable Successful First Nation Communities. Discussion Paper. 2000
        46. First Nations Governance Research. David Newhouse. 1993
        47. Report of the NCC Constitutional Review Commission to the First Peoples' Congress 1992
        48. Speaking Notes for presentation to think tank on governance. Rosemary Procter. 2000
        49. Speaking notes for a panel discussion to governance think tank. Marlene Brant Castellano. 2000
        50. A presentation by the Indian Chiefs of Alberta to Right Honourable P.E. Trudeau 1970
        51. Soliloquy and Dialogue: The Evolution of Public Policy Discourse on Aboriginal Issues Since the Hawthorn Report. 1994
        52. Transitions: Contemporary Canadian Indian and Inuit Art. 1997

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        Assorted Publications:

        1. Nisga'a ' A Government
        2. Anishinabek Union of Ontario Indians
        3. My Dream: That We Will Be One Day Clearly Recognized as First Nations. Elder Gordon Oakes
        4. "The Spirit of the Land" Paul Williams
        5. Indian Claims Commission, 1991-1994
        6. The Indian Act. The Indian and the Law: An Interpretation for Laymen. Indian Assoc. of Alberta
        7. First Nations Chartered Land Act. 1994
        8. Curve Lake First Nation Gchi-Naaknigewin
        9. Report of Corbiere
        10. Briefing Note: Social Union Framework Agreement (SUFA). National Indian Brotherhood 1999
        11. Indian Control of Indian Education. Verna Kirkness. 1984
        12. Canadian Report on the International Year of the World's Indigenous People. 1993
        13. Annual Report re above. 1992-93
        14. Strengthening Relationships Between the Canadian Forces and Aboriginal People. Harvey McCue. N.d.
        15. The Northern Ontario Aboriginal Experience. 1998
        16. Unfinished Business: An Agenda for all Canadians in the 1990s. Standing Committee on Aboriginal Affairs
        17. Our Land, Our Government, Our Heritage, Our Future. 1994
        18. Indian Registration: Unrecognized and Unstated Paternity. Michelle M. Mann. 2005
        19. Towards a New Beginning: A Foundational Report for a Strategy to Revitalize First Nation, Inuit and Métis Languages and Cultures. 2005
        20. Map: Anishinabek Nation Ontario 1996
        21. Map: Atlantic Provinces. Aboriginal Communities and Minerals and Metals activities 2001
        22. Map: Quebec. As above. 2001
        23. Map: Northern Territories. As above. 2001
        24. Map: Prairie Provinces. As above. 2001
        25. Map: Ontario. As above. 2001
        26. Map: British Columbia. As above. 2001
        27. Douglas J. Cardinal Architect Ltd. Promotional materials.
        28. Our Home and Native Land: A Film and Video Resource Guide for Aboriginal Canadians. NFB 1991-2
        29. National Aboriginal Achievement Awards. 1994
        30. U.N. Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. 2008
        31. A Report on the Relationship Between Syncrude Canada Ltd. And the Aboriginal People of Northern Alberta. Syncrude. n.d.
        32. Where Are the children? Healing the Legacy of the Residential schools. 2003
        33. Aboriginal Friendship Centre Program Capital Funding History. 1991
        34. The Assemble of Manitoba Chiefs 7th Annual General Assembly. 1995. Annual Report
        35. The Dismantling of the Department of Indian Affairs...1994
        36. Hemiah. Pacific Salmon Forests Project. Richard Littlemore. 2000
        37. Continuity and Change. A Land Use and Resource Management Plan for the Lands of the Big Beaver House Lake People. 1997
        38. Indian and Inuit Public Service. 1990
        39. The Inuit Way: A Guide to Inuit Culture
        40. Aboriginal Languages in Canada 1981-1996. Mary Jane Norris
        41. Linguistic and Cultural Affiliations of Canadian Indian Bands. 1970
        42. Information Sheet on Wampum. 1990
        43. Native Soldiers, Foreign Battlefields. 2000
        44. Aandeg (The Crow). Shirley Pheasant Williams
        45. The Constitution of the Confederacy. Seth Newhouse. 1897. Revised 1989
        46. First Nations Working Group Northern Institute of the a Bachelor of Fine Arts program. 1996
        47. Consultation Report on Aboriginal Family Healing Wellness. Ontario Native Women's Assoc. 1992
        48. Pauktuutit: A Community Perspective on Health Promotion and Substance Abuse. Inuit Women's Association. 1993
        49. A Report on the Aboriginal Government Transition Centre. Ovide Mercredi. 1999
        50. Denied Too Long: The Needs and Concerns of Seniors Living in First Nation Communities in Ontario. 1993
        51. Presentation to the Federal Task Force on Indian Gaming. 1986
        52. Directory of Residential Schools in Canada. 2003
        53. The Shuswap. 1989
        54. Anishinabek Nation Members Speak. 2003
        55. "Life as You Didn't Know It." A Story and Some Thoughts Brought to You By Young Aboriginal Girls at a Prairie Young Offenders Center. n.d.
        56. Canadian Journal of aboriginal Community-Based HIV/AIDS Research. 2008

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