Archivaria 53 (Spring 2002)

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Articles

The Death of the Fonds and the Resurrection of Provenance: Archival Context in Space and Time
Laura Millar
1-15
Across the Great Divide: Archival Discourse and the (Re)presentations of the Past in Late-Modern Society
Bernadine Dodge
16-30
Defining Electronic Series: A Study
Jim Suderman
31-46
Who Was the Scribe of the Radisson Manuscript?
Germaine Warkentin
47-63
Establishing Recognition of Past Injustices: Uses of Archival Records in Documenting the Experience of Japanese Canadians During the Second World War
Judith Roberts-Moore
64-75
Taking Custody, Giving Access: A Postcustodial Role for a New Century
Jeannette A. Bastian
76-93

Counterpoint

Archives and Privacy in a Wired World: The Impact of the Personal Information Act (Bill C-6) on Archives
Tim Cook
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94-114

Review Articles

The "English Report" and Archives: A Critical Appreciation
Terry Cook
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115-121
The Importance of Oral and Extrinsic Historical Evidence in Understanding Indian Treaties
John F. Leslie
122-129

Book Reviews

MACNEIL, Trusting Records: Legal, Historical and Diplomatic Perspectives
Livia Iacovino
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130-132
COUTURE et COLLABORATEURS, Les fonctions de l'archivistique contemporaine
Lucie Pagé
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133-136
COOK, MCLEAN, AND O'ROURKE (eds.), Framing Our Past: Canadian Women's History in the Twentieth Century
Karen Teeple
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136-139
KRAMER and MITCHELL, Walk Towards the Gallows: The Tragedy of Hilda Blake, Hanged 1899
DeLoyd J. Guth
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139-143

Exhibition Review

Your Home Our City: 100 Years of Public Control Over Private Space
Michele Dale
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144-147
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