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Adney, Edwin Tappan Fonds
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Edwin Tappan Adney

  • CA CC MCC43
  • Fonds
  • 1883-1950

Fonds consists of early art works of Edwin Tappan Adney including cast and life drawings completed while he was a member of the Students Art League in New York around 1885-86. Fonds also contains other drawings, sketches, and notes on historical heraldry.

Adney, Edwin Tappan

Tappan Adney

  • CA MNBM ID1665
  • Fonds
  • 1934-1944

This fonds consists of archaeological plans of prehistoric campsites on the Saint John River between Woodstock and the Tobique and notes on his archaeological research. There is a ornithological notebook of birdsongs heard in Woodstock in the spring migration of 1934-1937. There are also press clippings and a letter from Chief William Saulis of the Tobique reservation, concerning Adney's work on native peoples, and a biographical article from "Time" magazine, 1944.

E. Tappan Adney

  • CA UNB MG H 22
  • Fonds
  • 1893-1950, predominant 1940-1950

This fonds contains largely original material documenting E. Tappan Adney's long involvement in the affairs of native people in New Brunswick, particularly the Maliseet. It includes information about treaty rights, New Brunswick court cases involving native rights, the historical development of reserves, and the 1947 review of the Indian Act.

This fonds contains correspondence, newspaper clippings, reports, briefs, submissions, notes, and copies of published articles, treaties, speeches, proclamations, and "deeds". It also includes several photos, prints, sketches, and watercolours. Some materials are typescripts.

There is also a microfilmed copy of Adney's diary covering his first trip to New Brunswick (30 June 1887 to 28 February 1889) as well as his diary covering his second trip to New Brunswick and first trip to Nova Scotia (July to November 1890).