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Accession Number: 05-1010


Frobisher Bay employment survey. -- 1966. -- 1 item.

Biography / History

Frobisher Bay (now called Iqaluit) is named after explorer Martin Frobisher who sailed into Frobisher Bay in search of the northwest passage. Iqaluit is Inuktitut for "place of many fish."

Custodial History


Scope and Content

Item is a survey dated 1 January 1966 of males employed at Frobisher Bay. The organization that conducted the survey is not identified.


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This item was acquired from an unknown source.
Restrictions: Some restrictions apply.