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The Library and Archives Canada was established in 1872 to acquire and preserve materials of lasting national significance.
These CD-ROMs were created by the Library and Archives Canada and purchased by Trent University Archives.
Scope and content
These CD-ROMs contain the following databases: Archivia 2 contains three databases of selected holdings of the Library and Archives Canada; Archivia Aboriginal Peoples contains eight databases of finding aids for selected records held by the Library and Archives Canada pertaining to Aboriginal peoples; and, Archivia Colonial Archives contains general and detailed descriptions of documents belonging to archival fonds pertaining to French and British colonial periods, and selected records from the archives of the Catholic Church.
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These CD-ROMs were purchased from the Library and Archives Canada
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For related records see hard copy inventories and guides to the holdings of the Library and Archives Canada shelved in the archives reading room.
Researchers are required to sign out the disk and take it up to the second floor technical services area to use it.