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Programme of violin concert
Date: 1900
Reference no.: Nova Scotia Archives MG 100 vol. 189 #9a

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Programme of "Indian concert by Chief Peter Glode"
Date: 1900
Reference no.: Nova Scotia Archives MG 100 vol. 189 #9b

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Field Notes Book I. Topics include: Glooscap's origin and history, medicine, religion, mythology, material culture, legends about Caribou, Beaver, Ant, snow and ice, and the origin of the canoe.
Date: 1923
Reference no.: Clara Dennis Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 2867 No. 1

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Field Notes Book II. Topics include: the Little People, Cliff Dwellers, legends, courtship, birds and animals, how the Mi'kmaq preserve their legends, the Martin (Glooscap's neice), Rabbit, Advocate (Harbour area), the 3 Sisters, Cape Split, petroglyphs, the medicine garden, Glooscap's grandmother, Kejimkujik and Memramcook.
Reference no.: Clara Dennis Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 2867 No. 2

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Field Notes Book. (Continuation of Book III). Topics include: Mi'kmaq folklore, Moosemeall [Maillard] and Albert Johnson of Middle Point Cove.
Reference no.: Clara Dennis Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 2867 No. 2a

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Field Notes Book: select pages. Topics include: Hah-wa-say-ago and Glooscap.
Date: 1923
Reference no.: Clara Dennis Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 2867 No. 3

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Field Notes Book IV. Topics include: folklore, Tusket/Yarmouth area, Chief Louis Luxcey, Chief Philip Paul, notes about individual Mi'kmaq in NS, Gaywahsoonoowedge.
Reference no.: Clara Dennis Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 2867 No. 4

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Field Notes: select pages. Topics include legends from interviews with Chief Peter Wilmot and Jim Glode, and Nine Mile River.
Date: 1929
Reference no.: Clara Dennis Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 2867 No. 6

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Hill's research and notes on Glooscap "Book II."
Reference no.: Kay Hill Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 1672 No. 3

Hill adapted and altered original Mi'kmaq legends to entertain a television audience.

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Hill's research and notes on Glooscap "extra stories."
Reference no.: Kay Hill Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 1672 No. 4

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Hill's research and notes on Glooscap "Background."
Reference no.: Kay Hill Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 1672 No. 5

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Hill's "Glooscap Correspondence."
Reference no.: Kay Hill Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 1672 No. 6-7

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Hill's research and notes on "More Glooscap."
Reference no.: Kay Hill Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 1675 No. 7

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Hill's research and notes on "Glooscap and his people."
Reference no.: Kay Hill Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 1687

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Hill's research, notes and draft manuscripts for "Glooscap stories."
Reference no.: Kay Hill Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 3523 No. 23

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