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K-12 report cards

File consists of Brian Fawcett's report cards from primary school (Connaught Elementary) and secondary school (Prince George Senior Secondary School).

University essays

File consists of Brian Fawcett's academic essays from his Bachelor of Arts in English education at Simon Fraser University.

Photo Album #3: Correspondence and Newspaper Clippings

File consists of: Newspaper clipping: Marriage announcement for Bridget Moran's son, Patrick Moran Copy of front cover of A Little Rebellion Author contract for A Little Rebellion from Arsenal Pulp Press (July 22, 1992) Newspaper clipping: "Judge slams social services in teen's case" (Prince George Citizen, April 8, 1997) Newspaper clipping: unknown title (Nanaimo Daily Free Press, Nov. 6, 1992) Advertisement for Stoney Creek Woman and Judgement at Stoney Creek from Arsenal Pulp Press (Fall 1992) Newspaper clipping: advertisement for book signing of A Little Rebellion at Mosquito Books (Oct. 3) Newspaper clipping: "City authors launching new books" (Prince George Citizen, Oct. 21, 1992) Newspaper clipping: Advertisement for A Little Rebellion (B.C. Bookworld, Fall 1992) Magazine advertising A Little Rebellion (British Columbia Books for Everybody) Card from Bridget Moran's son, Mike Moran Card from Mayo Rose (?) Magazine clipping: "Over-65 author denies she is 'not really retired'" (Pulp Poop, October 1992); Pulp Top Ten Newspaper clipping: Advertisement for book signing by Bridget Moran at Mountain Eagle Books in Smithers, BC (Oct. 23) Photocopies of advertisements for meeting Bridget Moran at Mountain Eagle Books in Smithers, BC (Oct. 23) Newspaper clipping: Advertisement for book signing by Bridget Moran at the Northern Book Stop in Vanderhoof, BC (Oct. 15, 1992) Photocopy of advertisement for book signing by Bridget Moran at the Northern Book Stop in Vanderhoof, BC (Oct. 15, 1992) Newspaper clipping: "City authors launching new books" (date unknown) Newspaper clipping: Advertisements for book signings by Bridget Moran at Mosquito Books, Prince George, BC (Nov. 28) Press release: "Rebel Social Worker Visits Duncan" (Nov. 3, 1992) Book review: A Little Rebellion (BCASW Perspectives, Nov. 1992) Advertisement for Author Breakfast Series, Bridget Moran speaking (1992) Fax of Author Breakfast Series arrangements (1992) Letter to Bridget Moran from Andrew Armitage, Director, School of Social Work, UVic re: speaking to a Social Work class (Oct. 18, 1992) Speaking schedule (1992) Newspaper clipping: "Bridget Moran versus Wacky" (B.C. Bookworld, Winter 1992) Invitation from Arsenal Pulp Press advertising its new fall titles by readings from authors (Nov. 22) Parking Pass for the University of British Columbia (Nov. 17) Letter to Bridget Moran from Harry (?) re: A Little Rebellion (Nov. 17, 1992) Letter to 'Mickey' from Amy (?) re: A Little Rebellion (June 8, 1993) Letter to Eileen from May Davidson re: A Little Rebellion (Dec. 15, 1992) Letter to Bridget Moran from Dave Stevens, Board Chairman, Smithers Public Library re: donation of A Little Rebellion (October 1992) Letter to Bridget Moran from Michele Pujol, Women's Studies, UVic re: honorarium cheque for speaking (Nov. 19, 1992) Letter to Bridget Moran from Nena Joy re: problems with the social services as foster parents (Oct. 23, 1992) Thank you letter to Bridget Moran from Val (?) re: speaking to Social Services class (date unknown) Newspaper clipping: "Omissions reduce the impact of protest chronicle" by Tom Sandborn (Saturday Review, Dec. 6, 1992) Newspaper clipping: "Bridget's battle" by Bev Christensen (PLUS!, Dec. 5, 1992) Advertisement for a book signing by Bridget Moran for Stoney Creek Woman at Coles in Parkwood Mall, Prince George, BC (Dec. 12, 1992) Advertisement for an autograph session by Bridget Moran for A Little Rebellion at Overwaitea Spruceland, Prince George, BC (Dec. 16) Letter to Bridget Moran from Jocelyn and Thelma (?) re: thank you (Jan. 4, 1993) Letter to Bridget Moran from Elaine Avila and Juliet Belmas re: A Little Rebellion (Dec. 10, 1992) Letter to Bridget Moran from Andrew (?) re: thank you for speaking to a class (date unknown).

Envelope Contents

File consists of: Newspaper clipping: "Here's the buzz: Mosquito Books is bigger, brighter and better (The Prince George Citizen, Oct. 30, 1997) Newspaper clipping: "Our arts heritage honoured" (This Week, March 25, 1999) E-mail to Bridget Moran from "dechamp" re: review of A Little Rebellion Newspaper clipping: "The power of Bridget's pen changed us all" (The Free Press, May 23, 1999) Newspaper clipping: Review of A Little Rebellion (Perspectives, Spring 1999) Newspaper clipping: "UNBC honors local author" (The Prince George Citizen, March 24, 1995) Newspaper clipping: "The power of Bridget's pen changed us all" (The Free Press, May 23, 1999) Photocopy of "The power of Bridget's pen changed us all" article Newspaper clipping: "New judgement on old book" (The Free Press, Oct. 4, 1998) Newspaper clipping: "Past mistakes recorded in new book" (The Vancouver Sun, May 8, 1995) Newspaper clipping: "Stoney Creek Woman's story of courage crosses cultures" by Linda Bates (Vancouver Sun, date unknown) Photocopy of the Commemorative Medal for the 125th Anniversary of the Confederation of Canada to Bridget Moran Letter to Donna Wong-Juliani from Bridget Moran re: Joan Carson in Los Angeles regarding Judgement at Stoney Creek Photocopy of front cover of A Little Rebellion Photocopy of "National Book Un-festival Week" article (Cariboo Observer, April 7, 1993) Photocopy of "Stories of Collections" article for Project Friendship
*Photocopy of "Sharing the Knowledge: A First Nations Resource Guide" Researched and Compiled by Gene Joseph, Aboriginal Management Consultants.

Misc. - A Little Rebellion

File consists of a telegram to Wally du Temple from Bridget and Pat Moran (Feb. 13, 1964); a letter sent to Bridget Moran from Wally du Temple re: assistance in conducting research for A Little Rebellion; a newspaper article: "Brothers paddled into the jaws of hell" (Victoria Daily Times, Oct. 23, 1969); resume and work record of Wally G. du Temple [RESTRICTED]; newspaper article: "Former welfare man off to Aklavik in river boat."

"Justa taping, p.105-133; putting topics together - Citizen on (?) Trial"

File consists of: Press release: "Justa tells a compelling story: B.C. author's fourth book a must read" (Dec. 5, 1994) Copy of newspaper clipping: "Fascinating life, times of Justa Monk" (Prince George Citizen, Feb. 2, 1995) Copy of newspaper clipping: "Murder led to election as tribal leader" (Vancouver Courier, Dec. 28, 1984) Copy of newspaper clipping: "Justa: A Review" (Central Interior NDP News) Transcript of "Harkins! Bob Harkins Comment" re: Justa publication (Monarch Broadcasting, Nov. 21, 1994) Manuscript: "Teresa" - Bridget Moran (writer) "Justa: the life and work of a first nations leader" Chapter Summary P.105-120, Interview transcriptions between Bridget Moran and Justa Monk. P.121 - 133, Interview transcriptions between Theresa and Bridget Moran (recorded March 25, 1993; transcribed April 9, 1993). Interview transcriptions between Bridget Moran and Justa Monk re: ancestors & family Interview transcriptions between Bridget Moran and Justa Monk re: life in Portage. Interview transcriptions between Bridget Moran and Justa Monk re: working before trouble Interview transcriptions between Bridget Moran and Justa Monk re: before road (tape 6) Interview transcriptions between Bridget Moran and Justa Monk re: Lejac Handwritten notes Handwritten transcript of interview with Adelle (Oct. 6, 1993) Annotated drafts of Chapter 21 Handwritten notes Copies of newspaper clippings re: Justa Monk's trial: "Accused weeps during testimony"; "Murder trial held in Supreme Court"; "Drinking preceded death"; "Stabbing victim: always fighting"; "Defence delivered in murder trial"; "Justa Monk given two years in jail" Handwritten notes.

"Justa - Roseanne's Edit"

File consists of handwritten note from Roseanne Moran to her mother Bridget re: the "Justa" draft and an annotated draft of "Justa."

Aboriginal (Justa) German Perspective

File consists of a letter re: 1998 Order of British Columbia Recipients from Dagmar Beiman, Coordinator Honours and Awards Secretariat to Bridget Moran (May 11, 1998), a letter from Daniel Birkenbach to Bridget Moran re: a paper he wrote (Aug. 2, 1996), and a copy of paper written by Daniel Birkenbach: "Canada - Life and Development of the Canadian Indians (past and present)."

"Mary and Me"

File consists of 1 CD-R entitled "Mary and Me" Fujifilm, 80min/700MB CD-R and printouts from CD-R including drafts of manuscript "Mary and Me" by Bridget Moran [print outs generated by Archivist from CD-R].

Part of Chpt [Chapter] 9 - "Mary and Me"

File consists of a handwritten transcript of interview (?) (Oct.17, 1996); a notebook entitled: "To Bridget, From Mayo, Montreal, summer of '88" containing handwritten notes on manuscript; handwritten notes in question/answer format re: manuscript "Mary and Me" (1991, Quesnel); and a handwritten draft and notes re: "Mary and Me" by Bridget Moran.

Published Articles

File consists of published articles written by Bridget Moran: "O Canada, we stand on guard for them!" "Big daddy and our pensioners" "The anatomy of poverty" "Running from life" "Frankly speaking" "The welfare club isn't exclusive" (The Citizen) "I was a petty white official" (The Citizen, Dec. 11, 1968) "Welfare - only bureaucracy shows growth" (The Vancouver Sun, Jan. 20, 1976) "Watch out Bill, Dave's gaining" (The Vancouver Sun, May 11, 1976) Typed letter written by Bridget Moran re: welfare in the election campaign (Jan. 9, 1975) Rough handwritten draft of letter written by Bridget Moran re: welfare in the election campaign "Welfare...1969" A speech (?) re: recommendation for particular core courses to be offered at UNBC "Women and Poverty" "That expedient Socred phrase" (The Sun) "The hardcore poor who defeat us in the poverty war" (Canadian Panorama, April 5, 1969) "Don't call them poor, just broke" (The Vancouver Sun, Aug.1, 1968) "Frankly Speaking" (North Star, Sept. 2, 1970) "Colors inside a goldfish bowl" (The Citizen, Dec. 18, 1968) "My backbone is great and my soul is rested" (The Vancouver Sun, Mar. 11, 1967) "Hospital emergency ward: B.C. has its own style of disaster" (The Citizen, April 2, 1969) "B.C.'s welfare cycles needs a fresh attack" "Most of welfare dollar goes for administration" "How can a white woman know about Indians?" (Feb.27, 1969) "What is your preference: no prejudice or no food?" (The Citizen, Feb. 12, 1969) "The reserve: cradle or coffin?" (The Citizen, Jan. 15, 1969) "Fiery young princess 'sounds like a racist'" "The tragedy of battered children" "The welfare club isn't exclusive" (The Citizen, Dec. 2, 1968) "LaMarsh: too much, too late" "Student power confined" (Nov.18, 1968) "The demise of the geriatric square" (The Citizen, Nov.28, 1968) "Frankly Speaking: in the land of the midnight sun" (North Star, July 15, 1970) "Frankly Speaking" (North Star, Sept. 30, 1970) "An innocent plays housing roulette" (Vancouver Sun, Jan.15, 1970) "Frankly Speaking" (North Star, Oct. 7, 1970) "Frankly Speaking" (North Star, Sept. 1970) "Frankly Speaking: suicide and the welfare state" (North Star) "Frankly Speaking" (North Star, Sept.2, 1970) "Frankly Speaking" (North Star, Sept.23, 1970)
*Letter to the Editor "A high price for the piper" (The Sun, Feb.9, 1973)

File also contains miscellaneous articles not written by Bridget Moran: Allan Fotheringham byline (The Sun, April 3, 1976) "IRA threatens to kill special court officials" "Welfare activist sees swing in social attitudes" by John Pope (The Citizen, May 3, 1976) "Study reveals poor quality of life on reserves" (The Citizen, Oct.13, 1995) "Tribal chief labels Campbell 'racist'" (The Citizen, Oct. 16, 1998) "Schools get Nisga'a treaty course" (The Citizen, Oct. 15, 1998) "Teaching guide maps native culture studies" (The Citizen, Oct. 15, 1998) "Nisga'a treaty more than a century in the making" (The Province, Aug.1, 1998) "Record 1.5 million kids live in poverty" (The Citizen, Nov. 29, 1997) "Authors tour Central Interior" (The Citizen, April 17, 1991) "X-factor means boys will always be boys" "Brief concerning the status of women within the Department of Human Resources" prepared by the Task Force on Sexism in Social Work (Sept. 1975) "Welfare moms 'exploited' study finds" (The Citizen, Aug. 13, 1997) "Local poverty subject of research" (The Citizen, July 23, 1997) "Women downtrodden in Canada despite promise, group says" (The Citizen, Sept.11, 1997) "Poor won't go away"
*"One family cost taxpayer $500,000 in 22 years"

File also includes miscellaneous material consisting of: Unidentified handwritten notes Handwritten notes: shopping list with prices (Sept. 1, 1972) Handwritten notes re: food shelter and rent costs for April 1973 and Dec. 1975 Handwritten summary re: financial aid distribution Handwritten notes re: salary increase (?) in April 1973 and April 1975 Memo to all Field staff from the Norman Levi, Minister of Human Resources (Oct. 24, 1974) Thermal print copy of article "The dual welfare system" by A. Dale Tussing printed from Society (Jan./Feb. 1974, vol.11, no.2) Various pieces of notepaper with annotations Signed copy of letter to Pinder Cheema from Bridget Moran re: resignation from the Governance and Native Programs Committees (Dec. 9, 1997) Fax from Island Mountain Arts to Bridget Moran re: February writing workshop, Feb. 21-22, 1998 Letter from Bridget Moran re: account with Munro Parfitt, Lawyers Handwritten research notes International Women's Day Quiz "Tyee Moon" handout, Third Annual Aboriginal Education Conference (Feb 6-8, 1997) Map of Prince George area noting: Stoney Creek Reserve, Wedgewood, Lejac Residential School, Mission School and Shelley. UNBC Child Welfare Research Centre, Social Work Program: statistical tables and fact sheets re: child poverty in Prince George Copy of letter written by Bridget Moran to Premier Glen Clark re: request to rescind legislation (Dec. 17, 1997) Letter from Isabella S. Johnson to Bridget Moran re: request for information or advice for group of Nelson citizens intending to organize community low income group (April 29, 1969).

Backstairs at the Palace

File consists of: Handwritten notes Handwritten quotations on envelopes and pieces of paper "Ireland" - Handwritten notes Typewritten draft with handwritten annotations entitled "George IV" Twenty pages of handwritten notes re: George IV Typewritten partial manuscript: 1."William the Conqueror"; 2. "William the Second"; 3. "Henry the First"; 4. "Stephen"Typewritten partial manuscript: "Preface: All you ever wanted to know about English history but were too bored to ask"; "The Beginnings"; "The Normans" Handwritten notes re: English history Typewritten draft with handwritten annotations: "Preface"; "Chapter One"; "Chapter Two"; "Henry the Second" Typewritten draft: "A Royal Closet: Chapter One" Typewritten draft with handwritten annotations: "Chapter One" Typewritten draft: "Two" (pages 3-8)
*Handwritten notes re: Chapter Two.

James MacCallum

File consists of a seven page handwritten draft entitled "James MacCallum"; a letter from Ivan L. MacKay, Chief, School Administration and Negotiation Unit, Saskatchewan Education to Bridget Moran re: tenure of Mr. Allan McCallum as Deputy Minister of Education (Aug. 24, 1984); an obituary for James McCallum; 2 photographs and 2 negatives for: the grave marker for Allan McCallum and a view from grave marker of Allan McCallum.

"A Child's Christmas in Saskatchewan"

File consists of a letter from Wayne Schmalz, CBC Arts Producer, Regina to Bridget Moran re: submission of "A Child's Christmas in Saskatchewan" and suggestion to abridge manuscript (Oct.18, 1979); a copy of letter to Wayne Schmalz from Bridget Moran re: newly abridged version of "A Child's Christmas in Saskatchewan"; includes abridged manuscript (Oct. 28, 1979); a draft of abridged version of "A Child's Christmas in Saskatchewan."

Material: Natives

File consists of: Liberating Our Children, Liberating Our Nations. Report of the Aboriginal Committee, Community Panel, Family and Children's Services Legislation Review in British Columbia, October 1992. Includes handwritten note from Dianne de Chamelan (?) to Bridget Moran and the following photocopies pages from this publication: 5-23 and 123-125. Addressed envelope from R. [Roseanne?] Moran to Bridget Moran containing copy of "Address from the Bar of the House" - Joe Gosnell speaking to the Nisga'a Treaty "The Rights of the Metis in British Columbia" (revised March 1998) published by Native Programs, Legal Services Society. Copy of article: "Native Indians seek resolution over issue of adopted children" by Rick Ouston for the Vancouver Sun, reprinted in Today's News (July 9, 1997) Newspaper clipping from The Province (Feb. 4, 1998) Pamphlet: T8TA [Treaty 8 Tribal Association] Education Department "Treaty 8 Tribal Association Member Community Profiles Including: 1. A Brief history of First Nation Communities in Northeastern B.C." Prepared by Kathlean Fitpatrick Research Services fro T8TA, Treaty and Aboriginal Rights Research Program, Sept. 1997. Fax from Lucette Kirbach to LSS Board of Directors (incl. Bridget Moran) re: Delgam Uukw (June 25, 1998) "A guide to Aboriginal organizations and services in British Columbia" "A Review of legal services to Aboriginal people in British Columbia" by Marion R. Buller (Feb. 7, 1994) Northeast Distribution [contact] List Catalogue: Books about First Nations and Aboriginal Peoples from Canadian Publishers "Fishing - Aboriginal Rights in British Columbia" (revised 1998) published by Native Programs, Legal Services Society.
*Photocopy of article "Why Canada has a moral obligation to abused Indians" by Grand Chief Edward John (The Vancouver Sun, April 3, 1996).

Taped interview with Branwen Patenaude

File consists of 1 audiocassette of interview by Gil McCall with Branwen Patenaude who discusses her self-published book, “Because of Gold” about the history of gold mining and its impact on Quesnel's history. She also discusses the challenges of the publishing industry.

Newspapers - History - Vanderhoof, Fort St. James, Fort Fraser, etc.

File consists of Newspapers on the history of Vanderhoof, Fort St. James, Fort Fraser, etc.:

  • Nechako Chronicle Historical Supplement: "Vanderhoof Village Incorporated 1936" (p.9 - 16) (April 2, 1970)
  • Nechako Chronicle Historical Supplement: "Village of Fort St. James Incorporated December 1952" (p.25 - 30; 17-20) (April 2, 1970)
  • Nechako Chronicle Historical Supplement: "Municipality of Fraser Lake Incorporated 1966" (p.41-44; 31-34) (April 2, 1970)
  • Nechako Chronicle Historical Supplement: "Endako Mines Ltd. (N.P.L.)" (35-40) (April 2, 1970)
  • Nechako Chronicle Historical Supplement: "1920-1970, 50 Year Review, The Nechako Chronicle" (p.1 - 8) (April 2, 1970).

"Stoney Creek Woman" - tapes transcribed; colour coded (1984)

File consists of "Stoney Creek Woman" - tapes transcribed; colour coded (1984) including handwritten transcriptions with sections of text underlined in different colours and an article (?) written by Bridget Moran re: "Through Bifocals" byline written by Claudette Sandecki of Terrace.

"Stoney Creek Woman" - 10th Anniversary Edition

File consists of photocopies and original newspaper clipping: "Living History" (The Free Press, Oct. 9, 1997), news release published by Arsenal Pulp Press re: Stoney Creek Woman 10th Anniversary Edition, Mosquito Books Advertisement: "Come and meet Mary John and Bridget Moran," letter from Bridget Moran to Pindar re: LSS Board business (Sept. 19, 1997), and photocopies of newspaper clipping: "Story of survival still lives on" (The Free Press, Aug. 17, 1997).

"Six Mile Mary"

File consists of a letter to Bridget Moran from Val [Valerie Sadler] re: correspondence with Rick [Gunther] at the Log House Restaurant (June 24, 1993), a copy of letter to Rick Gunther from Valerie Sadler re: his publication of information confusing "Big Mary" with "Six Mile Mary" (June 25, 1993), photocopies of background information on "Six Mile Mary."

Album #1: Newspaper Clippings and Correspondence

File consists of: Cover of Judgement At Stoney Creek by Bridget Moran Photocopy of Author Contract, dated March 15, 1990, for Judgement At Stoney Creek Letter from Pulp Press Book Publishers re: 2 copies of a contract for Judgment at Stoney Creek (March 16, 1990) Photocopy of a cheque from Arsenal Pulp Press to Bridget Moran for Judgement at Stoney Creek (April 23, 1990) Congratulatory card to Bridget Moran from unknown person Newspaper clipping: Photograph of Native law camp with Mary John and Sophie Thomas presenting (The Citizen, July 12, 1990) Black and white photograph of Bridget Moran (date unknown) Black and white photograph of Bridget Moran and unknown man (George?) at a book signing of Judgement at Stoney Creek Newspaper clipping: Book Review of Judgement at Stoney Creek (Pulp Press, Fall Releases) Pulp Press advertisement for upcoming releases, including Judgement at Stoney Creek Newspaper clipping: "The Stoney Creek incident" by Bob Harkins (Prince George This Week, Aug. 29, 1990) Newspaper clipping: "The haunting death of Coreen Thomas" (B.C. Bookworld, Autumn 1990) Newspaper clipping: Advertisement for Judgement at Stoney Creek (B.C. Bookworld, Autumn 1990) Newspaper clipping: Advertisement for Judgement at Stoney Creek (B.C. Bookworld, Autumn 1990) Newspaper clipping: Advertisement for book launch of Judgement at Stoney Creek (Sept. 8) Congratulatory letter from Pulp Press re: Judgement at Stoney Creek book launch Advertisement for an autograph session with Bridget Moran at Woodward's Books (Sept. 15) Thank you card from unknown person Newspaper clipping: Fax of "The Robin Hood of book reviewing" by Stan Persky (Saturday Review Oct. 5, 1990) Newspaper clipping: Fax of "Three authentic voices of a people under siege" by Charles Lillard (Islander Books, Oct. 14, 1990) Photocopy of a book review of Judgement at Stoney Creek (Books In Canada, Nov. 1990) Newspaper clipping: "Stoney Creek author probes native justice issues" by Kathy Santini (Nanaimo Free Press, Oct. 1990) Advertisement for a book signing by Bridget Moran for Judgement at Stoney Creek at Octopus Books (Sept. 22) Advertisement for a book reading by Bridget Moran for Judgement at Stoney Creek at The Women's Bookstore (Oct.1, 1990) Handwritten address for Misty River Books Bookmark from Longhouse Bookshop Itinerary for a flight from Prince George to Vancouver on Canadian Airlines (Sept. 20) Bridget Moran's 67th birthday announcement from her children Handwritten notes re: appointments, phone numbers, addresses. Attached is a note from Bridget Moran that reads "My appointment books!" Thank you letter to Bridget Moran from Barbara Jarvis, Goold 'Pioneer' Memorial Library (Nov. 7, 1990) Photocopy of a book review: "Review: Book Captures Two Solitudes" (Kahtou, Nov. 1990) Newspaper clipping: Advertisement for a book signing at Mosquito Books (Nov. 24) Newspaper clipping: Advertisement for an autograph session with Bridget Moran at Woodward's Book Stores (Dec. 1, 1990) Letter to Bridget Moran from Betty Marr (?) (Oct. 15, 1990) Handwritten letter to Bridget Moran from Fran Casele (Oct. 26, 1990) Newspaper clipping: "No justice - not even in death" by Suzanne Fournier (The Province, Dec. 2, 1990) Advertisement for "A Selection of New Books for British Columbians" including Judgement at Stoney Creek Receipt from the Windsor Arms Hotel - attached is a handwritten note from Bridget reading "The big reunion - Oct. 28, 1990) Congratulatory letter to Bridget Moran from Trevor Ferguson, Chair, The Writers' Union of Canada (Nov. 21, 1990) An introductory pamphlet from the Writers' Union of Canada.

Album #1: Newspaper Clippings and Correspondence

File consists of: Advertisement for Judgement at Stoney Creek and Stoney Creek Woman (Pulp Press, Fall, 1991) Letter to Bridget Moran from Ursula Siegmund re: volunteering in native communities (Feb. 9, 1992) Photocopy of letter to Bridget Moran from Ursula Siegmund re: volunteering in native communities (Feb. 9, 1992) Letter to Bridget Moran from Dee Dawson re: thank you for writing Stoney Creek Woman (Dec. 16) Letter to Bridget Moran from April Prince, Class President, Duchess Park Secondary re: Stoney Creek Woman (Jan. 28, 1992) Letter to Bridget Moran from Mary Leichliter re: Stoney Creek Woman (Nov. 30, 1991) Letter to Tillacan Library Publishing Editor from David A. Hanson re: Stoney Creek Woman (Jan. 4, 1992) Invitation to the International Women's Day Continental Breakfast Thank you card to Bridget Moran from Beth Chambalain (?) re: speaking at the Fundraising Feast (Oct. 3) Memories of a "funny Social Worker moment" by Judy Temenhus Advertisement for a "Fantastic Fundraising Feast" by the B.C.A.S.W (Sept. 21, 1991) Handwritten notes; appointments; meetings Advertisement for author reading of Stoney Creek Woman in Terrace, BC (Sept. 11) Letter to Bridget Moran from Paul Mackan, CBC Radio re: thoughts on Stoney Creek novels Transcript of "The Other Shelf" by Paul Mackan, CBC Radio Ottawa (May 28, 1991) Newspaper clipping: "Book Bidding Brisk" (Prince George Citizen, April 21, 1992) Pamphlet advertising Stoney Creek Woman (B.C. Books For Literacy, 1992) Thank you card to Bridget Moran from Mary Ann Tierney re: book auction Pamphlet for the Prince George Book Auction at the Prince George Playhouse (April 21, 1992) Thank you letter from Marry Ann Tierney, For The Book Auction Committee re: contributing book to an auction (May 5, 1992) Letter to Bridget Moran from Dr. Terry Weninger, President, College of New Caledonia re: honorarium for publishing an excerpt of Stoney Creek Woman (May 25, 1992) Three photographs of Bridget Moran and Mary John at Cariboo College in Quesnel, 1992: Bridget Moran standing with Mary John beside lockers, both women are holding paper cups, Bridget Moran and Mary John posing for a photo with an unidentified woman, Close-up of Bridget Moran and Mary John Advertisement for Potluck Supper at the Cariboo College with Bridget Moran and Mary John (March 31, 1992) Newspaper clipping: "The grief of giving up my long-time comfort" by Bridget Moran (Vancouver Sun, Feb. 22, 1992) Thank you letter to Bridget Moran from D. Shirley Adams, Vice-Principal, Nisga'a Elementary-Secondary School re: teacher's guide package on Stoney Creek Woman (Oct. 8, 1991) Letter to Bridget Moran from Merv Thornton, Assistant Director, Curriculum of Alberta Education re: eligibility for Stoney Creek Woman to be added to the curriculum in Alberta schools (May 27, 1991) Letter to Bridget Moran from Maurice Poirer, Director, Curriculum Policy Development Branch, Ontario Ministry of Education re: eligibility for Stoney Creek Woman to be added to the curriculum in Ontario schools (June 10, 1991) Letter to Donna Wong-Juliani from Bridget Moran re: contract for Stoney Creek Woman (Sept. 9, 1992) Letter to Bridget Moran from Bill (?), College of New Caledonia re: copies of the Tales of Northern B.C. and a $100 honorarium (Oct. 5, 1992) Black and white photograph of Bridget Moran at a book signing for Judgement at Stoney Creek Letter to Bridget Moran from Thelma Elliot and Jocelyn Peeling, YMCA Learning Opportunities Program, Toronto re: Life at Lejac (Nov. 9, 1992) Newspaper clipping: "B.C. Bestsellers" (B.C. Bookworld, Autumn, 1991) 30 Contact prints of Bridget Moran at a book signing for Judgement at Stoney Creek 30 Contact prints of Bridget Moran at a book signing for Judgement at Stoney Creek Newspaper clipping: "The haunting death of Coreen Thomas" (B.C. Bookworld, Autumn 1990) Newspaper clipping: "Bridget's back in print" by Bev Christensen (Plus!, Jan. 5, 1991) Newspaper clipping: "Racism? Not really" (Plus!, Jan. 5, 1991) Newsletter: "Bridget Moran's Visit" by Jocelyn and Thelma re: visit to the YMCA of Greater Toronto for the YMCA Learning Opportunities Program (June 4, 1993).

Album #2: Newspaper Clippings and Correspondence

File consists of: Newspaper clipping: "Past mistakes recorded in new book" (Vancouver Sun, May 8, 1995) Newspaper clipping: "Out of the trenches" (Nanaimo Daily Free Press, March 3, 1995) Newspaper clipping: "Tl'azt'en people lose eldest elder" (Prince George Citizen, Jan. 19, 1995) Advertisement for Free Lecture and Reading Series: Bridget Moran (Malaspina University College, Jan. 16, 1995) Thank you card from Myra and History 403 class Book review for Justa: A First Nations Leader (BCLA Reporter, Jan. 1995) Letter to Bridget Moran from Margaret Reynolds, Executive Director, Association of Book Publishers of British Columbia re: First Nations catalogue (Oct. 11, 1995) Grant form from the Canada Council for the Arts Grant payment (Aug. 3, 1994) Book tour schedule for Justa Monka and Bridget Moran Newspaper clipping: "Award winning author to visit" (May 23, 1996) Letter to Justa Monk from Hilda Tsetso re: Justa (March 19, 1996) Letter to Justa Monk from Stanley Cazon re: Justa (March 19, 1995) Letter to Justa Monk from Gladys Tames re: Justa (March 20, 1996) Letter to Bridget Moran from Bev Dow re: thank you (May 29, 1996) Letter to Justa Monk from Bernice Isaiah re: Justa (March 15, 1996) Letter to Justa Monk from Suzan Tsetsot Horassi re: Justa (March 16, 1995) Newspaper clipping: "Words come alive" by Frank Peebles (Prince George Free Press, Sept. 12, 1996) Newspaper clipping: "Mother stood tall for family" (date unknown) Newspaper clipping: advertisement for Bridget Moran speaking at the Literary Nite at the Cluculz Lake Community Hall Newspaper clipping: "Northern author charms audience" (Valley Sentinel, May 22, 1996) Newspaper clipping: Photograph of Bridget Moran signing a book for Joan Sutherland (Oct. 10, 1996) Happy birthday card to Bridget Moran from Justa Monk and family Newspaper clipping: "Telling Justa's story" (Prince George Free Press, Nov. 24, 1994) Congratulations card from Maureen re: Justa Pamphlet for Nakalat Lodge on Stuart Lake Advertisement from Everywomans Books re: Bridget Moran reading (Feb. 25) Fax of book tour schedule Fax of book tour schedule coordination Fax from Harold at Smithers Secondary School (Sept. 14, 1995) Fax from Harald E. Jordan, Teacher/Counsellor, to Bridget Moran re: scheduling a time for writing workshops at Smithers Secondary School (Sept. 11, 1995) Advertisement for Bridget Moran re: Writing Workshop at Smithers Secondary School Advertisement from the Vancouver Public Library re: Bridget Moran speaking about Justa (Feb. 21) Letter to Justa and family from Vina Robinson, First Nations Counsellor Aide re: Justa (March 10, 1995) Newspaper clipping: "Manslaughter, then Justa for all" (B.C. Bookworld, Spring 1995) Letter to Bridget Moran from Christine Diemer, Coordinator, Honours and Awards Secretariat Office re: Nomination of Justa Monk for the Order of British Columbia (April 8, 1997) Pamphlet for the Order of British Columbia Newspaper clipping: "Fascinating life, times of Justa Monk" by Robert Rutherdale (The Prince George Citizen, Feb. 2, 1995) Congratulatory card from Barb Munk and Bob (?) re: Justa Newspaper clipping: "The kids nobody wanted" (The Province, May 8, 1994) Newspaper clipping: "Victim becomes victimizer" by Suzanne Fournier (The Province, May 8, 1994) Copy of River Views with article "The Nechako and Me" by Bridget Moran (June 1993) Copy of front cover of Justa Reviews from students at Island Mountain Arts Summer School Program re: Bridget Moran writing workshops (1996) Newspaper clipping: Advertisement for Duradeck North Vinyl and Railings, photograph of Mike Moran Newspaper clipping: Obituary for Sadie Merrick Letter to Bridget Moran from George Davison, President, Faculty Association of the College of New Caledonia re: support of strike (March 29, 1995) Newspaper clipping: "Legal services" (Prince George Citizen, Feb. 8, 1995) Letter to Bridget Moran from Colin Gabelmann, Attorney General re: appointment as a Director of the Legal Services Society (March 7, 1995) Newspaper clipping: "UNBC handing out honorary degrees" (Prince George Free Press, April 13, 1995)
*Newspaper clipping: "UNBC honors local author" (The Prince George Citizen, March 24, 1995).

"Weaver Bathgate"

File contains a bound manuscript of "Weaver Bathgate", an earlier version of "The Last of the Lumbermen".

Essays, columns and articles

File consists of miscellaneous draft manuscripts of essays, articles, and columns written by Brian Fawcett for various periodicals.

Books in Canada

File consists of draft book review manuscripts written by Brian Fawcett for "Books in Canada" and published issues of the periodical that contain Fawcett's work.

Maps

File consists of maps of the Squamish Forest District, Prince George, the Prince George Forest District, and Russia.

"Logging the Globe"

File consists of an edition of the publication "Logging the Globe" that was used to research for "Virtual Clearcut".

"Local Matters" drafts

Subseries consists of draft manuscripts of "Local matters: A Defence of Dooney's Café and Other Non-globalized Places, People, and Ideas".

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