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Records relating to Indian Affairs (RG 10)

Archives ayant trait aux Affaires indiennes (RG 10)
compiled by: Peter Gillis, David Hume, Robert Armstrong ; general editor: Peter Gillis
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  • English
  • French
Ottawa, Ontario : Public Records Division, Public Archives Canada, c1975
xi, 50, 47, xi p.
General inventory series (Public Archives of Canada. Public Records Division); no. 1

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This series of preliminary inventories, termed "preliminary" because not all material in them is at present adequately organized and will be subject to revision, supersedes the series of preliminary inventories published from 1951-1967.

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Title on added t. p.: Archives ayant trait aux Affaires indiennes (RG 10).

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