Nova Scotia Archives

Mi'kmaq Holdings Resource Guide

Killam family — George R. Smith series

The federally-appointed Agent for Indian Affairs in Yarmouth County from 1888 to 1896 was George R. Smith; his papers include correspondence to and from Ottawa, detailing interaction with the Mi’kmaq in southwestern Nova Scotia, and reflecting the early development of a large federal government agency charged with delivering services nationally to First Nations peoples.


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Indian Affairs papers of Indian Agent George R. Smith of Yarmouth County: from 4 July 1887 to 8 May 1896.
Reference no.: Killam family - George R. Smith series Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 531 folder 12



Indian Affairs receipts and letters of Indian Agent George R. Smith of Yarmouth County: from Jan. 1889 to June 1898.
Reference no.: Killam family - George R. Smith series Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 531 folder 13



Indian Affairs receipts of Indian Agent George R. Smith of Yarmouth County: from 3 Jan. 1891 to Dec. 1893.
Reference no.: Killam family - George R. Smith series Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 531 folder 14

Not all records in folder relate to Mi'kmaq or Indian Affairs.



Indian Affairs letters of Indian Agent George R. Smith of Yarmouth County: dating up to 1898.
Reference no.: Killam family - George R. Smith series Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 531 folder 15

Not all records in folder relate to Mi'kmaq or Indian Affairs.



Indian Affairs papers of Indian Agent George R. Smith of Yarmouth County: from July 1888 to April 1898.
Reference no.: Killam family - George R. Smith series Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 532 folder 16



Indian Affairs papers of Indian Agent George R. Smith of Yarmouth County: from May 1887 to August 1896.
Reference no.: Killam family - George R. Smith series Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 Vol. 532 folder 17


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