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Wikwemikong Unceded First Nations Territory
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Julien Paquin, S.J. Fonds

  • CA 0700-3020
  • Fonds
  • 1896-[1935]

The fonds documents the activities of Julien Paquin, S.J. It contains information on the presence of Father Paquin within different missions in Northern Ontario and concerning his involvement in the First World War. It also includes his correspondence. The fonds is comprised of five series: correspondence, military service, missions, spiritual notes and reflections and Collège Saint-Boniface. The documents part of the fonds range from 1896 to [1935].

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Spanish Residential School Fonds

  • CA CDA D-3
  • Fonds
  • 1863 - 1964

This fonds provides information on the foundation, evolution, and closing of the Spanish Residential School. It documents the activities of the residential schools, including the technical training of Indigenous children. The school was administered by the Jesuit fathers of the Upper Canada Province, initially named Independent Mission of Canada (1887-1907), Province of Canada (1907-1924), then Vice-Province of Upper Canada (1924-1939). The fonds contains records on the construction of buildings for the school at Spanish in 1913, documents on the social and cultural life at the residential schools, documents about student life, and records about the closing of the residential school for boys in 1958.

The fonds is organized into six series: Administration and financial records; Spanish Residential School buildings; Jesuit personnel; Student affairs; Spanish Residential School Photography Laboratory; and Student achievements and community life. It contains correspondence, diaries, newspaper clippings, financial statements, student registers, and student publications. It also comprises photographs associated with the school cultural and sports programs, including hockey, photographs of the schools’ buildings and Jesuit personnel, and photographs of the Spanish community.

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Ernest Comte, S.J. Collection

  • CA 0700-3039
  • Collection
  • 1905-1939

The collection includes biographical information written about Ernest Comte, S.J. in the 1920s, as well as his catalogue page and memorial cards. It also includes original copies of his own writings about his time at Killarney, many correspondences produced by him, an original sermon he authored, accounts of his missions, and transcribed excerpts from several additional letters he wrote. The collection also contains several photograph portraits of Father Comte as well as one negative.

Timothy Dwyer, S.J. Collection

  • CA 0700-3043
  • Collection
  • 1926-1947

The collection contains records that attest to his religious life, including a souvenir photo card from his first mass and ordination, birth and baptism records, and memorial cards. A number of photographs can be found in the collection which depict a pow wow in Spanish, Ontario in the 1930s along with other images of Father Dwyer with Fathers and Brothers at Spanish, mostly taken in the 1920s. The collection also contains correspondence from the 1930s to 1940s, most of which is between Father Dwyer and the Provincial and concerns missions at Spanish, Wikwemikong, Garden River, and Sault Ste-Marie.

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Joseph Jennesseaux Collection

  • CA 0700-3049
  • Collection
  • 1862-1890

The collection contains a Jesuit Brothers’ Supplementary Bulletin with information pertaining to his religious career. The collection includes both original letters and some photocopies of letters written by and to Brother Jennesseaux from the 1860s to 1880s, to Collège Saint-Marie in Montreal, Guelph, Ontario, and Manitoulin Island, both in French and English.

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Holy Cross Mission of Wikwemikong Fonds

  • CA CDA C-2
  • Fonds
  • 1851 - 1995

This fonds provides information, including publications, on the history of Manitoulin Island, Wikwemikong, and other communities of Northern Ontario. Furthermore, it provides an account of the erection of the Jesuit Holy Cross Mission at Wikwemikong. It documents the activities of the parish of Holy Cross via administrative and financial records, and marriage and baptism records of members of the community. In addition, the fonds provides information on the Wikwemikong schools administered by the Jesuits.

The fonds contains correspondence and notes of Jesuit priests, including diaries, concerning the activities of the Wikwemikong parish, and of other northern Jesuit missions. Accordingly, the fonds contains records on the Gore Bay parish, Killarney, Batchewana, Little Current, Killarney, Spanish River, and Lake Huron North Shore missions, among others. Moreover, the fonds includes documents on the celebration of the Holy Cross Mission, and on the church at Wikwemikong. The fonds also contains photographs that document the different northern missions, as well as photographs of church buildings and parishes’ communities.

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Eugene Papineau, S.J. Collection

  • CA 0700-3019
  • Collection
  • [1895]-1931

The collection documents the life and activities of Eugene Papineau, S.J. The collection reflects Father’s Papineau presence in Northern Ontario, particularly at Wikwemikong on Manitoulin Island. The collection includes biographical information on Father Papineau, as well as correspondence written by and about him. It also contains photographs that testify to his activities in Northern Ontario, as well as portraits.

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John Raymond Oliver, S.J. Collection

  • CA 0700-3053
  • Collection
  • 1926-1980

The collection contains records that attest to his religious life, including a Latin document confirming his ordination, photocopies of articles pertaining to his religious career, and memorial cards. A number of photographs can be found in the collection, many of which are portraits of Father Oliver or depict him on vacation with other Jesuits or at various missions, including Longlac, Ontario and at the Spanish, Ontario residential school. Additionally, a substantial amount of correspondence can be found in the collection, most of which was sent by Father Oliver from Spanish, Ontario in the 1930s through 1950s to colleagues and friends, as well as a batch of correspondence from the 1970s between Father Oliver and his family.

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