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A History of the Inuit People of Canada.

A typescript draft article (sixty-three leaves) of a book about Inuit written by E Palmer Patterson. The typescript article contains preliminary edits completed by an editor. Also includes correspondence from Jocelyn Smith, a staff member at Grolier, to E Palmer Patterson discussing the preliminary edits, as well as the selection of illustrations and maps to be included in the book.

Patterson, E Palmer

An Indian View of Missions and Missionaries.

A copy of Past & Present (December 1983), a periodical published by the University of Waterloo. This issue of Past & Present contains an article titled, “An Indian View of Missions and Missionaries,” written by E Palmer Patterson. The periodical was originally housed in a package titled, Tongass Tlingit: Tongass at Ft. Simpson. The term Tongass is an anglicized variant name for the Taantʼa Ḵwáan.

Patterson, E Palmer

Andrew Paull (1892-1959) : finding a voice for the "new Indian."

Two offprints of an article titled, "Andrew Paull (1892-1959) : Finding a Voice for the “New Indian,” written by E Palmer Patterson. The article was published in The Western Canadian Journal of Anthropology 6, no. 2 (1976), p. 63-82. The offprints were originally housed in a package titled, Tongass Tlingit: Tongass at Ft. Simpson. The term Tongass is an anglicized variant name for the Taantʼa Ḵwáan.

Patterson, E Palmer

Book : table of contents.

Two manuscript leaves outlining the table of contents for a proposed book likely written by E Palmer Patterson. The manuscript outline was originally housed in a package titled, Tongass Tlingit: Tongass at Ft. Simpson. The term Tongass is an anglicized variant name for the Taantʼa Ḵwáan.

Patterson, E Palmer

Book, Chapter 3 : The "missionary period" among the Nishga : Kincolith, Lakkalzap, Aiyansh, B.C.

Three copies of a typescript draft book chapter (thirty leaves, photocopy) about the Nisga'a (formerly spelled Nishga) in Ging̱olx (also Kincolith), Lax̱g̱altsʼap (formerly spelled Lakkalzap), and Gitlaxt'aamiks (or New Aiyansh) in British Columbia written by E Palmer Patterson. The typescript copies of the draft book chapter were originally housed in a package titled, Tongass Tlingit: Tongass at Ft. Simpson. The term Tongass is an anglicized variant name for the Taantʼa Ḵwáan.

Patterson, E Palmer

Book, Chapter 4 : The Nishga Wolf crest and the coming of missionaries, 1860-1887.

Three copies of a typescript draft book chapter (twenty-three leaves, computer output) written by E Palmer Patterson. One copy includes corrections. One copy features the variant title, "The role of Nishga chiefs in the coming of missionaries to the Nass." The typescript copies of the draft book chapter were originally housed in a package titled, Tongass Tlingit: Tongass at Ft. Simpson. The term Tongass is an anglicized variant name for the Taantʼa Ḵwáan.

Patterson, E Palmer

Book, Chapter 5 : Early Anglican missionary adaptation on the Nass River, British Columbia.

Two copies of a typescript draft book chapter. One copy contains twenty-three leaves, computer output and the other copy contains twenty-nine leaves, computer output. One copy features the variant title, "Anglican missionary adaptation on the Nass River, British Columbia." The typescript copies of the draft book chapter were originally housed in a package titled, Tongass Tlingit: Tongass at Ft. Simpson. The term Tongass is an anglicized variant name for the Taantʼa Ḵwáan.

Patterson, E Palmer

Book, Chapter 6 : Kincolith, B.C. : leadership and continuity in a native Christian village, 1867-1997.

A typescript draft book chapter (thirty-four leaves) about Ging̱olx (or Kincolith), British Columbia written by E Palmer Patterson. Also includes an offprint of the published version of the book chapter which appeared in the Canadian Journal of Anthropology 3, no. 1 (Fall 1982), p. 45-55. The typescript draft book chapter and offprint were originally housed in a package titled, Tongass Tlingit: Tongass at Ft. Simpson. The term Tongass is an anglicized variant name for the Taantʼa Ḵwáan.

Patterson, E Palmer

Book, Chapter 7 : Church, state, and school in Lakkalsap/Greenville, B.C., 1907-1924.

Two copies of a typescript draft book chapter (twenty-seven leaves) written by E Palmer Patterson. One copy features the variant title, "Keeping school for the Nishga : Lakkalsap/Greenville, B.C., 1907-1924." Also includes two leaves of manuscript notes likely written by E Palmer Patterson. The typescript copies of the draft book chapter were originally housed in a package titled, Tongass Tlingit: Tongass at Ft. Simpson. The term Tongass is an anglicized variant name for the Taantʼa Ḵwáan.

Patterson, E Palmer

Book, Chapter 8 : A decade of change : origins of the Nishga and Tsimshian land protests in the 1880s.

A typescript draft book chapter (twenty-five leaves) about the Nisga'a (formerly spelled Nishga) and Tsimshian written by E Palmer Patterson. Also includes an offprint (photocopy) of the published version of the book chapter which appeared in the Journal of Canadian Studies 18, no. 3 (Fall 1983), p. 40-54. The typescript draft book chapter was originally housed in a package titled, Tongass Tlingit: Tongass at Ft. Simpson. The term Tongass is an anglicized variant name for the Taantʼa Ḵwáan.

Patterson, E Palmer

Canadian Indian Administration.

Two copies of Past & Present (April 1983), a periodical published by the University of Waterloo. This issue of Past & Present includes an article titled, “Canadian Indian Administration,” written by E Palmer Patterson. Also contains an offprint of the same article. The periodical and offprint were originally housed in a package titled, Tongass Tlingit: Tongass at Ft. Simpson. The term Tongass is an anglicized variant name for the Taantʼa Ḵwáan.

Patterson, E Palmer

Church, State, and School in Lakkalsap/Greenville, B.C., 1907-1924.

A typescript draft article (twenty-seven leaves) about church, state, and school in Lax̱g̱altsʼap (formerly Lakkalsap or Greenville), British Columbia written by E Palmer Patterson. Also includes a list of additional references and a form containing comments and criticisms of the draft article written anonymously. The typescript draft article, list of references, and form were originally housed in a package titled, Nisga'a essays.

Patterson, E Palmer

Contracts with Grolier.

Two publishing contracts detailing E Palmer Patterson's agreement to sell publishing rights for two books to Grolier. One book was to be titled, "Native Peoples of Canada - Indians" and the other was to be titled, "Inuit Peoples of Canada." Each contract specifies legal provisions such as compensation, copyright and other obligations to be fulfilled by E Palmer Patterson and Grolier respectively. Both of the contracts are signed by E Palmer Patterson, a representative of Grolier, and a witness. Also includes related correspondence and notes.

Patterson, E Palmer

Doolan as ethnographer : first draft.

A manuscript (approximately one hundred and thirty leaves) for a work about Reverend Robert Richard Arthur Doolan, Methodist missionary to the Nisga'a (formerly spelled Niska) in British Columbia written by E Palmer Patterson.

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E Palmer Patterson fonds.

  • SCA129-GA102
  • Fonds
  • [19--]-[199-]

Records related to E Palmer Patterson’s research and writings, both published and unpublished, primarily about Indigenous peoples in Canada. Includes manuscripts, typescripts, offprints, notes, press clippings, correspondence, publishing contracts and other material.

Patterson, E Palmer

Era of consolidation: evangelism among the Nishga, 1887-1900.

Two typescript draft copies of the same article with some variations written by E Palmer Patterson. One copy contains twenty leaves (computer output). The second copy contains sixteen leaves (computer output) with manuscript edits and features the variant title, "Evangelism among the Nishga, 1887-1900 : Era of consolidation." The typescript draft articles were originally housed in a package titled, Tongass Tlingit: Tongass at Ft. Simpson. The term Tongass is an anglicized variant name for the Taantʼa Ḵwáan.

Patterson, E Palmer

Finlay's river by R.M. Patterson : review by E Palmer Patterson.

Page two hundred and twenty-four taken from the Pacific Northwest Quarterly, vol. 60, no. 4 (1969). The page contains a published book review was by E Palmer Patterson. In the review, E Palmer Patterson critiqued a book titled, “Finlay’s River” written by R.M. Patterson. This page was originally housed in a package titled, Tongass Tlingit: Tongass at Ft. Simpson. The term Tongass is an anglicized variant name for the Taantʼa Ḵwáan.

Patterson, E Palmer

Haida at Fort Simpson : notes and texts.

Approximately two hundred and twenty-five leaves of manuscript notes written by E Palmer Patterson about the Haida at Fort Simpson. The notes were originally housed in a package titled, Haida.

Patterson, E Palmer

Haida book material.

Correspondence from Kenneth H. Pearson, Vice-President, Publishing at Grolier, to E Palmer Patterson regarding a proposed series of books about Indigenous peoples in Canada. In the correspondence, Kenneth Pearson proposed that the books be published for the British Columbia Ministry of Education for the grade 4 social studies curriculum. Also includes correspondence from Jocelyn Smith, a staff member at Grolier, to E Palmer Patterson regarding an edited manuscript.

Additionally contains manuscript notes and typescript draft chapters of a book titled, "The Haida: People of the Land and Sea" by E Palmer Patterson and Nancy-Lou Patterson. Also includes photocopied curriculum documents from the British Columbia Ministry of Education.

Patterson, E Palmer

Inuit manuscripts.

Notes and chapter outlines, as well as manuscript and typescript draft articles, for a book about Inuit written by E Palmer Patterson. Also includes correspondence from Kenneth H. Pearson, Vice-President, Publishing at Grolier, to E Palmer Patterson regarding the possibility of Patterson publishing books about Indigenous peoples in Canada for the Ontario Ministry of Education. In the correspondence, Kenneth Pearson proposed that the books be used in the Ministry's of Ontario Intermediate History programme.

Patterson, E Palmer

Manuscripts.

Includes manuscripts and typescripts of E Palmer Patterson's writings about Indigenous peoples in Canada. Also contains supporting documents, and some related correspondence concerning the publication of E Palmer Patterson's works by Grolier for use in the Canadian education system.

Patterson, E Palmer

Nass River, B.C. : Fishery Bay.

A copy of Past & Present (February 1983), a periodical published by the University of Waterloo. The periodical was originally housed in a package titled, Tongass Tlingit: Tongass at Ft. Simpson. The term Tongass is an anglicized variant name for the Taantʼa Ḵwáan.

Patterson, E Palmer

Native Peoples' history : extracts from a speech.

Two copies of the same issue of Past & Present (December 1982), a periodical published by the University of Waterloo. This issue of Past & Present contains an article titled, “Native Peoples’ history : extracts from a speech,” written by E Palmer Patterson. The periodical was originally housed in a package titled, Tongass Tlingit: Tongass at Ft. Simpson. The term Tongass is an anglicized variant name for the Taantʼa Ḵwáan.

Patterson, E Palmer

Native Peoples of Canada.

Press clippings, photocopies of possible illustrations, and gallery proofs related to E Palmer Patterson's writings, possibly for a proposed book titled, "Native Peoples of Canada."

Patterson, E Palmer

Nesika : a journal devoted to the land claims movement.

Two copies of Nesika, a journal published by the United Native Nations (formerly the B.C. Association of Non Status Indians) in March/April 1976 and May 1976 respectively. Both issues contain articles about the life and career of Andrew (Andy Paull) using information derived from an unpublished 400 page doctoral thesis written by E Palmer Patterson. The periodicals were originally housed in a package titled, Tongass Tlingit: Tongass at Ft. Simpson. The term Tongass is an anglicized variant name for the Taantʼa Ḵwáan.

Patterson, E Palmer

Notes : Inuit.

Press clippings as well as manuscript and typescript notes regarding Inuit. Also includes a copy of The Native Perspective, vol. 1, no. 4 (March 1976) published by the National Association of Friendship Centres.

Patterson, E Palmer

Notes : Tlingit background : text and comments.

Approximately one hundred and twenty-five leaves of manuscript notes about the Tlingit written by E Palmer Patterson. Includes correspondence from staff and comments by reviewers at Arctic Anthropology, a peer-reviewed academic journal, to E Palmer Patterson.

Patterson, E Palmer

Notes on sources.

Index cards with descriptions of archival records held at Library and Archives Canada as part of the Indian and Inuit Affairs Program sous-fonds identified by the archival reference number RG 10, volume 3802. The archival records were likely accessed and used by E Palmer Patterson for research purposes.

Patterson, E Palmer

Notes on sources.

Approximately sixty-five leaves of manuscript notes written by E Palmer Patterson about archival sources for his research.

Patterson, E Palmer

Notes on sources.

Approximately forty leaves of manuscript notes written by E Palmer Patterson about sources for his research.

Patterson, E Palmer

Paul Claytha aka Klaydach, Kledach, Klaitok, Hladerh, Hlidux, Kiete, etc.

A manuscript draft article (ninety-nine leaves) titled, “Chief Paul Klaydach 're-examines' his 'position' : a Nishga chief in a time of change, 1850s-1870s,” written by E Palmer Patterson. Also includes approximately one hundred and twenty leaves of manuscript notes written by E Palmer Patterson. The manuscript draft article and notes were originally housed in a package titled, Paul Klaytha.

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Paull material.

Correspondence and press clippings related to E Palmer Patterson's research on Andrew (Andy) Paull. Also includes typescript transcripts of documents written by Andy Paull.

Patterson, E Palmer

Philip Latimer/Cowcaelth : Christian gitsontk.

A typescript draft article (twenty-six leaves, photocopy) about Cowcaelth written by E Palmer Patterson. Also includes three leaves of manuscript notes attached by E Palmer Patterson. The typescript draft article and manuscript notes were originally housed in a package titled, Nisga'a essays.

Patterson, E Palmer

Pre-contact and early contact.

Approximately one hundred leaves of manuscript notes as well as approximately one hundred and twenty-five index cards with manuscript notes likely written by E Palmer Patterson. Additionally contains a typescript draft article (nineteen leaves, computer output) titled, "The Nishga wolf crest and the coming of the missionaries, 1860-1887," written by E Palmer Patterson. Also includes a typescript draft article (thirty-five leaves) with manuscript notes titled, "Early Nishga-European contact to 1860," written by E Palmer Patterson. The typescript draft articles and notes were originally housed in a package titled, Pre-contact and early contact.

Patterson, E Palmer

Research.

Includes research material collected or compiled by E Palmer Patterson to inform and support his writings about Indigenous Peoples of Canada.

Patterson, E Palmer

Research file.

Correspondence, notes, and photocopies of press clippings related to E Palmer Patterson's research about Indigenous peoples in British Columbia and Reverend A.E. Green.

Patterson, E Palmer

Reverend Dr. Peter Reginald Kelly.

Photocopies of press clippings published between 1957 and 1966, a typescript biography, and other records related to Reverend Dr. Peter Reginald Kelly likely compiled by E Palmer Patterson for research purposes.

Patterson, E Palmer

Stikine essays.

A manuscript (approximately seventy-five leaves) for a work titled, “Stikine Tlingit traders to Fort Simpson, B.C. in mid-19th century,” written by E Palmer Patterson. The term Stikine is an anglicized variant name for the Shtaxʼhéen Ḵwáan.

Patterson, E Palmer

The Nisga'a and their neighbours.

A spiral bound volume (approximately one hundred and fifty leaves) containing photocopies of twelve published articles by E Palmer Patterston preceded by a title page and a table of contents.

Includes the following articles:

1. Patterson, E P. "Early Nishga-European Contact to 1860: A People for "those Who Talk of the Efficiency of Moral Lectures to Subdue the Obduracy of the Heart"." Anthropologica. N.s. 25 (1983): 193-219.

2. Patterson, E P. "Nishga Initiative and Missionary Response: Robert Doolan at Quinwoch, B.C." Missiology: an International Review. 9.3 (1981): 337-344.

3. Patterson, E P. "Kincolith, B.C. : Leadership Continuity in a Native Christian Village, 1867-1887." Canadian Journal of Anthropology. 3.9 (1982) : 45-55.

4. Patterson, E P. "An Indian View of Missions and Missionaries." [publisher not identified] : 10.

5. Patterson, II E P. "A Decade of Change: Origins of the Nishga and Tsimshian Land Protests in the 1880s." Journal of Canadian Studies. 18.3 (1983): 40-54.

6. Patterson, E P. "Arthur E. O'meara, Friend of the Indians." The Pacific Northwest Quarterly. 58.2 (1967): 90-99.

7. Patterson, E P. "Native Missionaries of the North Pacific Coast: Philip Mckay and Others." The Pacific Historian. 30.1 (1986) : 22-36.

8. Patterson, E P. "Nishga Perceptions of Their First Resident Missionary, the Reverend R. R. A. Doolan (1864-1867)." Anthropologica. 30.2 (1988): 119-135.

9. Patterson, E P. "Kincolith's First Decade: A Nisga'a Village, 1867-1878." The Canadian Journal of Native Studies. 12.2 (1992) : 229-250.

10. Patterson, E P. "Neshaki: Kinfolk and Trade." Culture. 10.2. (1990) : 13-24.

11. Patterson, E P. "The Nishga and the Fur Trade, 1834-1842." Native studies review. 6.1 (1990) : 67-82.

12. Patterson, E P. ""the Indians Stationary Here": Continuity and Change in the Origins of the Fort Simpson Tsimshian." Anthropologica. 36 (1994): 181-203.

Patterson, E Palmer

The Nishga embrace Christianity in the 1870s.

A typescript draft article (twenty-two leaves, computer output) about the Nisga'a (formerly spelled Nishga) written by E Palmer Patterson. The typescript draft article was originally housed in a package titled, Tongass Tlingit: Tongass at Ft. Simpson. The term Tongass is an anglicized variant name for the Taantʼa Ḵwáan.

Patterson, E Palmer

The poet and the Indian : Indian themes in the Poetry of Duncan Campbell Scott and John Collier.

An offprint of an article titled, “The Poet and the Indian : Indian themes in the poetry of Duncan Campbell Scott and John Collier,” written by E Palmer Patterson The article was published in Ontario History 59, no. 2 (June, 1967), p. 69-78. The cover of the offprint features a drawing by Nancy-Lou Patterson illustrating the interpretations of Indian themes in the poetry of Duncan Campbell Scott and John Collier. The offprint was originally housed in a package titled, Tongass Tlingit: Tongass at Ft. Simpson. The term Tongass is an anglicized variant name for the Taantʼa Ḵwáan.

Patterson, E Palmer

Tlingit at Fort Simpson.

A manuscript draft article (sixty-three leaves) written by E Palmer Patterson. The manuscript draft article was originally housed in a package titled, Tongass Tlingit: Tongass at Ft. Simpson. The term Tongass is an anglicized variant name for the Taantʼa Ḵwáan.

Patterson, E Palmer

Tongass Tlingit role at Fort Simpson, B.C., from the mid-1830s to mid-19th century.

Two typescript draft copies of the same article (twenty-three leaves, computer output) written by E Palmer Patterson. One copy contains manuscript edits. The typescript draft articles were originally housed in a package titled, Tongass Tlingit: Tongass at Ft. Simpson. The term Tongass is an anglicized variant name for the Taantʼa Ḵwáan.

Patterson, E Palmer

Varieties of Nisga'a Christianity in the 1870s.

A typescript draft article (twenty-seven leaves, computer output) about the Nisga'a written by E Palmer Patterson. The typescript draft article was originally housed in a package titled, Tongass Tlingit: Tongass at Ft. Simpson. The term Tongass is an anglicized variant name for the Taantʼa Ḵwáan.

Patterson, E Palmer

Women at Fort Simpson : notes and text.

Approximately one hundred and seventy-five leaves of manuscript notes as well as manuscript draft copies of an article titled, "Women at Fort Simpson" written by E Palmer Patterson. The manuscript notes and draft articles were originally housed in a package titled, Women at Fort Simpson.

Patterson, E Palmer