Archivaria 58 (Fall 2004)

Table of Contents

Inside Cover
 
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Note From the Editor

Note From the Editor
Robert McIntosh
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1-2

Articles

Archives and Historical Accountability: Toward a Moral Theology of Archives
James O'Toole
3-19
Fact-Finding by Human Rights Non-Governmental Organizations: Challenges,Strategies, and the Shaping of Archival Evidence
Bruce P. Montgomery
21-50
Finding and Using Archival Resources: A Cross-Canada Survey of Historians Studying Canadian History
Wendy Duff, Barbara Craig, Joan Cherry
51-80
Are You Being Served? Historians and the Search for Primary Sources
Ian G. Anderson
81-129
What is a Collection?
James Curral, Michael Moss, Susan Stuart
131-146

Studies in Documents

The Concept of "Secondary Provenance": Re-interpreting Ac ko mok ki's Map as Evolving Text
Lori Podolsky Nordland
147-159
The Evolution of the Department of Indian Affairs' Central Registry Record-Keeping Systems: 1872-1984
Sean Darcy
161-171

Notes and Communications

It's Public Knowledge: The National Digital Archive of Datasets
Patricia Sleeman
173-200

Review Article

From Keep and Destroy to Remember and Forget: Dimensions of Accountability Value
Candace Loewen
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201-209

Book Reviews

CRAIG, Archival Appraisal: Theory and Practice
John Roberts
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210-213
COX, No Innocent Deposits
Ian Moir
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213-216
BENEDICT, Ethics and the Archival Profession: Introduction and Case Studies
David Mawhinney
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216-219
BEATTIE and BUSS, Undelivered Letters to Hudson's Bay
Deidre Simmons
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219-222
GRANATSTEIN and HILLMER, First Drafts: Eyewitness Accounts from Canada's Past
Christine Barrass
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222-224
ORD, The National Gallery of Canada: Ideas Art Architecture
Jim Burant
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224-230
Advice to Authors of Submissions
 
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Avis aux auteurs
 
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Archives - Contents of Volume 35, Numéro 3 & 4
 
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Our Contributors
 
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