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|ANCS Aboriginal Film Collection||
This collection originated in 1966 with the Cree Radio Program of Northern Alberta. Later this became the Alberta Native Communication Society. The University of Calgary is fortunate to now own this collection.
|Aboriginal Veterans' Archive||
Focuses on the role of Canadian Aboriginal Peoples in the military from 1700s to the present.
A Dictionary of the Chipewyan (Dene Suline) language to English on index cards. It features animal names, tools, clothing, body parts, people, plants, weather, food, colours and seasons.
||Douglas Cardinal Fonds||
Fonds consists of drawings, display material, models and office files from the architectural practice of Douglas J. Cardinal Architect, 1961-1984
|Dene Crafts||Items made by Athapaskan women from Fort Providence, NWT, for the 1974-75 show in Calgary at the Calgary Exhibition and Stampede Women's World to recognize International Women's Year.|
|Canadian Aborginal Military History||
Published and archival material relating to the rich history of Canadian Aboriginal Peoples' military experience from early European settlement to recent peacekeeping campaigns.
|Our Roots||A selection of texts from the Our Roots bilingual site of Canadian local histories.|
|Stampede Archives||Includes catalogues, ephemera and images from the archives with special interest in the Indians of North America.|
|Arctic Institute of North America. Photographic Archives and Research project (PARP) Database||The Arctic Institute's photographic collection dating from the 1880s through to the 1900s.|
|Galileo Educational Network - Aboriginal Resources||Includes Stories and Spaces, Exploring Kanai Plants and Culture (Nitsitapiisinni) and Dwelling in Wisdom.(Mokakioyis/Meyopimatisiwin)|
|Emerging Alberta||A selection of images from the Alberta Report Photo Collection.|
|Philip Sidney Smith Collection of Photographs||
An affiliated collection for Native Canada. Images of Inuit in Alaska at the turn of the 20th Century.
|Artistry of the Land, Ancient Stories and Art of our First Nations' People||Millarville students discover and share stories of the lands and artistry of the Blackfoot, Stoney and T'Suu Tina (Sarcee) peoples. This site received an Excellence in Teaching Award in 2003 for Pam Irving, Millarville Community School Teacher.|