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Simon Fraser University Special Collections and Rare Books Sub-sub-series
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[Katya- book]

This sub-sub-series contains drafts, edited copies, correspondence and other records related to the writing and attempt at publishing in Canada and final printing of the Eli Popoff’s novel Katya: A Canadian Doukhobor, in Leningrad in 1991. The novel’s protagonist, young Doukhobor woman, is centered around the social and personal issues facing Doukhobor at the end of the 20th century. This novel provoked considerable critical response in the community due to depiction of the liberated heroine

[Origin of Doukhobor Surnames - book]

This sub-sub-series contains drafts, research material (including books), final copy and some correspondence by Eli Popoff relating to this unpublished book. The records cover the period from 1959 to 2011.

Racial Minorities Committee records

Sub-sub-series consists of records relating to Wah’s activities with the Racial Minorities Committee of the Writers’ Union of Canada. Records include publications of the committee, internal correspondence, research records, and administrative records.

General records

Sub-sub-series consists of records relating to Wah’s general activities as a member of the Writers’ Union of Canada, excluding those relating to the Racial Minorities Committee. Records include internal correspondence, publications of the union, and administrative records.

Canada

This sub-sub-series contains records related to forestry and pulp industry across Canada and contains information about individual provinces as well as Canadian situation in general. Some records document Indigenous peoples’ situation in relation to land use and industrial activities.

British Columbia

This sub-sub-series contains material related to forestry industry in British Columbia, specifically including records related to the following companies: Slocan Forest Products, Canfor, Omineca, and Celgar pulp mills. Many records relate to the forest management policies, logging quotas and statistics as well as legislation establishing the Allowable Annual Cuts. Some documents discuss the British Columbia situation in general and some discuss the specific geographic regions, such as Kootenays Vancouver Island, Northeast BC, etc. as well as specific forestry issues, such as old growth logging, timber supply and sales. It contains reports, proposal and plans, analysis, papers, articles, regulations, maps, correspondence, clippings, newsletters, notes, etc. Some records document Indigenous peoples’ situation in relation to land use and industrial activities.

Saskatchewan

This sub-sub-series contains material related to forestry industry and forest situation in Saskatchewan, including forest management plans. This sub-sub-series contains several images of forest cuts and Meadow Lake protest. Some records document Indigenous peoples’ situation in relation to land use and industrial activities, including protest against deforestation. It contains reports, clippings, newsletters, data sheets, correspondence, photographs, and maps.

Manitoba

This sub-sub-series contains material related to Manitoba’s parks development policies, forestry management and pulp industry. Some files contain records on Manitoba’s boreal forests. It contains reports, policies, maps and cartographic diagrams, correspondence, etc.

Alberta

This sub-sub-series contains material related to the Alberta’s forest management and forestry industry, specifically including records related to the following companies: Daishowa, Alberta Pacific Forest Industries, Alberta Energy Company, Grand Alberta Pulp Mills, Proctor & Gamble, and Crestbrook Forest Industries. Some records relate to Daishowa-Marubeni International Ltd. corporation dispute with the Lubicon Lake Nation and The Friends of the Lubicon organization. It contains reports, clippings, newsletters, data sheets, correspondence, photographs, maps, posters and corporate records.

World

This sub-sub-series contains records related to forest ecosystems, forest management and forestry industry world-wide and some with focus on specific countries, such like Japan, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland, India, and Brazil. Some records related to specific types of forest such as mangroves and boreal forests and some relate to timber supply and trade. This sub-sub-series contains reports, publications, articles and some correspondence.

"Ask No Quarter: A Biography of Agnes Macphail"

Sub-sub-series consists of correspondence, royalties, notes, and news clippings relating to Shackleton and Stewart’s book, published in 1959 by Longmans, Green, and subsequent article on Agnes Macphail. Series also contains correspondence, research notes, and the script for the 1977 NFB documentary film “The Lady from Grey County.”

Shackleton, Doris French

"Tommy Douglas"

Sub-sub-series consists of research, interviews, clippings, contracts, royalties, correspondence, photograph and accounts relating to Shackleton’s book, published 1975 by McClelland & Stewart, and subsequent article on Tommy Douglas. "Tommy Douglas" was reissued by Formac in 1983.

Shackleton, Doris French

"Powertown: Democracy Discarded"

Sub-sub-series consists of a contract, royalties, notes, correspondence and publicity clippings related to “Powertown: Democracy Discarded,” by Doris French Shackleton, published in 1977 by McClelland & Stewart.

Shackleton, Doris French