File 2001.1.084 - Father Pierre Poullet

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Father Pierre Poullet

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  • 2002 (Creation)

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This file consists of photocopy reproductions of three oral history tape transcriptions of interviews with Father Pierre Poullet of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI). Poullet was active in missionary work in northern BC between 1937 and [1998?] ; these transcripts mention Lower Post, Telegraph Creek, Dease Lake, McDame, Fort Nelson, Muncho Lake, and the Alaska Highway. The transcripts are titled "Earlier tape", "Tape of Lower Post", and "Tape of Fort Nelson".

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    Historical language note: Indigenous peoples are referred to in these manuscripts as "Indians", "sauvages" [French], and other derogatory references. In Canada, while the terms “Indian" still remains a legal designation articulated via the “Indian Act,” it is generally considered offensive when used by non-Indigenous peoples. As well, the application of such pan-Indigenous terminology continues to marginalize and nullify the diversity of Indigenous cultures, governance and knowledge systems which exist across the American continents. Whenever possible, Northern BC Archives staff will include the name of the individual and/or Nation of the Indigenous person/community represented in the archival documentation. When not possible, the term First Nations, Inuit or Métis will be applied as appropriate and efforts to create more accurate descriptions will continue. Please see our Statement on Language in Archival Descriptions for more information on how the Northern BC Archives is working to address harmful language use within the archival and historical record.

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    Original archival records held at the Provincial Archives of Alberta in the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI), Lacombe Canada fonds (PR0003):

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    Personal or academic use of materials is welcomed under the standard fair dealing and educational use clauses of Canadian Copyright Law. Commercial use is, however, forbidden without the express permission of the copyright holder. For information on obtaining written permission from the copyright holder, please contact the Northern B.C. Archives and Special Collections.

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