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Dear all,

 

The following information may be of interest, and copies of the posters are attached as well.

 

With kind regards,

~ Trecia

 

“Libraries are wonderlands. Places where you can be anyone, go anywhere, see, hear, and feel everything.” – Kate Morton

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Trecia Schell, BSc(Hon), MSc, PhD, MLIS

Vice-President/President-Elect, Atlantic Provinces Library Association (APLA)

Community Services Librarian | & Branch Librarian - Books-by-Mail, River John, Stellarton & Trenton Public Libraries

Pictou-Antigonish Regional Library

182 Dalhousie Street |  PO box 276  New Glasgow, NS B2H 5E3

 

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From: histoires autochtones indigenous stories [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: July-25-18 11:46 AM
To: Trecia Schell
Subject: RE: Seeking Indigenous Stories Beyond Borders

 

Good morning, Trecia,

 

As requested. 😊

 

The Canadian Museum of History is currently inviting members of First Nations, Inuit and Métis communities to contribute their stories and oral histories to an upcoming exhibition about the international experiences of Indigenous peoples.

 

Indigenous Stories Beyond Borders (the exhibition’s working title) will highlight the perspectives of groups and individuals that have travelled the world as diplomats, warriors/soldiers, performers, artists, scholars and athletes, over many centuries.

 

We are seeking the help of individuals and organizations in reaching out to members of the community who would be willing to share their story for possible inclusion in the exhibition.

 

Please find attached communication material describing the project. We would be most grateful if you could share this information through the means at your disposal.

 

We thank you in advance for your collaboration. We invite you to visit historymuseum.ca/indigenous-stories for more information.

 

Should you have any question, please contact us at:

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Migwech and kindest regards,

 

Linda Grussani

Conservatrice, Art autochtone 

Musée canadien de l’histoire

Curator, Aboriginal Art

Canadian Museum of History

100, rue Laurier Street, Gatineau QC K1A 0M8

T 819-776-8505

 

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