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J. Garth Taylor fonds

  • CA NL0051 PL29
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  • 1776-1990

Collection consists of articles and papers written by Garth Taylor entitled: "Structure of early contact Labrador Eskimo social units (1968); "William Turner's Journeys to the Caribou Country with Labrador Eskimos in 1780" (1969); "Guns for the Eskimos" (1970); "Moravian Mission Influence of Labrador Inuit, Subsistence" (1776-1830); "Indian-Inuit Relations in Eastern Labrador, 1600-1976" (1979); "Inuit Lands Cessions in the 18th Century: Recent Contributions to the Literature" (1979); "An Eskimo Abroad, 1981- his Diary and Death" (1981); "Eskimo Legends Gathered on the Coast of Labrador During the Summer of 1968"; "The Umiak in Labrador (circa 1980); "The Two Worlds of Mikak" (1983); "Eskimo Answers to an 18th Century Questionnaire" (1972); "Brothers to the Inuit" (1986); "Inventory of Eskimo Ethnographical Collections from the Canadian Eastern Arctic" (no date); "The Arctic Whale Cult in Labrador" (1985); "The Labrador Inuit Kashim (Ceremonial House) Complex" (circa 1990); A book review by Robert McGhee of "Labrador Eskimo Settlements of the Early Contact Period" by Garth Taylor (1975); and from THE BEAVER the articles: "The Birth of an Industry" by Clarence Birdseye (1941); "The Grand Falls" by Alan Cooke (1958); "A Woman's Way" by Alan Cooke; "North West River" by D.M. LeBourdais (1963); "Exploration of Unknown River in the Labrador" by Gillies Ross (1964); "The First Europeans in America" by Gwyn Jones (1964); "A Trapper's Tilt" by William Cochrane (1966); and from AMONG THE DEEP SEA FISHERS the articles: "Mud Lake, Winter Hospital" by Dr. Harry Paddon (1914); "The Humanness of the Liveyere" by T. Smyth Flinn (1915); "A Summer at Indian Harbour" by Henry Kingsley Blake (1916); "People and Things and the Future of Labrador" by Harry L. Paddon (19250; "The Mission's Most Northerly outposts" by Harry L. Paddon (1926); "Yale-Grenfell School for North West River" by an unidentified author (1926); "Dr. Paddon Reviews the Summer's Work at North West River" by an unidentified author (1972); "The Grand Falls of the Labrador" by Varick Frissell (1927); "Radio in the Arctic" by D.J. Lesser (1927); "The Boarding Home at North West River" by Elizabeth Criswell (1927); "Why work in the Labrador is worthwhile" by Dr. Harry Paddon (1927); two letters to the editor from Dr. Harry Paddon and Mina Paddon (1916); and from OUTING the articles: "Camping in a Labrador Snow-Hole" and "The Truth About Fox Farming" both by Clarence Birdseye (circa 1914); from GEOGRAPHICAL BULLETIN the articles: "Population Distribution of the Labrador Coast, Newfoundland" by W.A. Black (1956); "Landforms and Topography of the Lake Melville Area, Labrador, Newfoundland" by Weston Blake Jr. (1956); from THE CANADIAN MAGAZINE the articles: "The Liveyeres: Labrador's Permanent Population" (1912) and "An Eskimo Patriot" (1918) both by W. Lacey Amy; From DATELINE LABRADOR the articles: "The Pastors of the Valley" by an unidentified author (1965) and "The Glory of the Goose" by Corporal A.D. Burden (1965); A letter from Garth Taylor to Doris Saunders regarding material he sent to her (1990) as well as the articles: "Journey of Br. F.W. Riderknecht to the Settlers, South of Hopedale, in the Winter of the Year 1873", from the Moravian Periodical Accounts; "A Journey to the Grand Falls of Labrador" by Henry G. Bryant, from the Bulletin of the Geographical Club of Philadelphia (1894); "An Exploration of Southeastern Labrador" by Henry G. Bryant, from the Bulletin of the Geographical Club of Philadelphia (1913); "The Liveyeres of Labrador" by Victor Rousseau, from Chambers' Journal (1920); "Goose: Key Air Base" by David K. Findlay, from MACLEAN'S MAGAZINE (1943); "Main Street of the Labrador" by Adelaide Leitch, from ATLANTIC GUARDIAN (1949); "Aksunai" by Erwin C. Miller, from the CANADIAN GEOGRAPHICAL JOURNAL (1955); "Labrador -- 1933" by James Canning, from THE NEWFOUNDLAND SURVEYOR (1960); "The Goose Bay Story" by Vera Ayling, from THE ATLANTIC ADVOCATE (1964); "The Moravians in Labrador, (1771-1805)" by J.K. Miller, from THE POLAR RECORD (1971); "Moravian Mission Influence on Labrador Inuit Subsistence; 1776-1830" by J. Garth Taylor, from APPROACHES TO NATIVE HISTORY IN CANADA; Papers of a conference held at the National Museum of Man, (1977); In Addition: Chapter XXI from WHERE THE FISHERS GO: The Story of Labrador by P.W. Browne, entitled "Forest and Stream" (1909); Chapter 1 of a Department of Mines (Canada) Geological Survey by A.P. Coleman (1921); and a section from the book Le Noveau Quebec, entitled "Indians of Nouveau-Quebec" by John J. Honigmann (1961).

J. Garth Taylor