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Accession Number: 02-1003


Chief George Paudash papers. -- Microfilmed 1981. -- 1 microfilm reel.

Biography / History

Chief George Paudash (1889-1969) was chief of the Algonquin band of Mississaugas at the Hiawatha reserve located at Rice Lake, Ontario. He was a tinsmith and an outdoors guide and served in WWI. His wife's name was Margaret (1893-1966). Chief George Paudash's son, George, served in WWII and was married to Anne Rosemary Hacker.

Custodial History

This microfilm was created by the National Archives of Canada and purchased by Trent University Archives.

Scope and Content

Microfilm consists of one 16 mm reel of records collected by Chief George Paudash of the Hiawatha reserve at Rice Lake, Ontario. Included on the reel are the following: Letterbook, 1825-1842; Band Council Minutes, 1834-1848; Peter Jones Entry Book, 1831-1848 (includes band council minutes, correspondence, addresses, and petitions); and Band Council Minutes and Correspondence, 1842-1867. The reel is Series A - Vol. 1011, T-1456.


Title attributed to the Public Archives of Canada, now the National Archives of Canada, who originally named the papers.
This microfilm was purchased from the National Archives of Canada.
Originals located at the National Archives of Canada.
Restrictions: N
Associated material located at National Archives of Canada.
For related records see: 77-021, 77-024, and 97-1037.
Microfilm located in microforms reading room.
Microfilm. Set 47.