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Subjects term Scope note Results
Arts et culture (1)

Use for: Arts visuels, Arts de la scène, Littérature, Artistes (musiciens, acteurs, artistes visuels, danseurs, écrivains, architectes, photographes, etc.), Institutions (fondations, musées, écoles d’art, sites patrimoniaux, bibliothèques, archives, etc.), Entreprises et organisations liées aux arts ou à la culture (librairies, Cercle canadien), Activités culturelles (foires, défilés, exposés, festivals, présentations, etc.), Recherche, projets ou écrits portant sur les arts ou la culture, Organisations professionnelles

  • Exemples d'artiste : musicien(-ne)s, comédien(-ne)s, danseur(-euses), compositeurs, interprètes, auteur(-e)s, architectes, photographes
  • Exemples d'institution : fondations, musées, écoles de Beaux-Arts, sites du patrimoine, bibiliothèques, archives)
Agriculture (FR)

Use for: Ferme et ranch (individuel, familial ou industriel), Agroentreprise (transformation, marketing, expédition), Horticulture, jardinage, Recherche et programmes universitaires, Groupes de pression/professionnels, Coopératives et organisations agricoles, Irrigation, districts d’irrigation, Foires et marchés agricoles

Guide Thématique : Première et Deuxième Guerres Mondiales 2
WWI & WWII Thematic Guide
  • The objective of this thematic guide is to provide starting point for archival research relating to World War I (WWI) and World War II (WWII) in New Brunswick. By no means a complete listing, the guide provides an excellent starting point to help researchers locate the unique historical records found in archival institutions throughout the province. The archival Fonds and collections listed in the guide can help shape our understanding of the ways in which WWI and WWII affected New Brunswick and its people
  • CANB seeks to provide a myriad, yet local approach to WWI and WWII research by focusing on both the experiences of the soldiers at war and the everyday life of civilians as they lived through this period at home. All materials listed in this thematic guide were compiled from the archives of participating CANB members across the province. To determine what other holdings the individual archival institutions may have in their collections, it is advisable to contact that institution directly. We thank all the involved individuals and organizations for contributing their collections and time to this project.
  • Use this tag for all entries in the WWI & WWII Thematic Guide first produced in 2014
Transportation and utilities

Use for: Railways, Harbours, Airports, Electric systems, Sewage, Power, Highways, Towing, Motor associations, Hydro-electric projects, Vehicules, Aircraft, Ferries, Ships, Boats, Accidents, Derailments, Shipwrecks, Rescue services

  • Act or means of transporting from one place to another
  • Act or means of providing water, power, sewage, etc. to communities
  • Facilities and infrastructure

Use for: Women's Institutes, Women's rights, Women's suffrage, Feminism

  • The subject term Women should be used with descriptions that relate to the history, social, political and cultural situation of women, women's issue, clubs, societies, and organization, and women-only facilities and activities.
  • Records created by women
Sports, recreation and leisure

Use for: Recreation, Hobbies, Games, Travel, Sports, Physical activity, Leisure, Hobbies, Competitors, Teams

  • Occupations, hobbies or activities carried out by people for the purpose of wellness, socializing, entertainment or competition
Science and technology

Use for: Scientists, Researchers, Research, Technology Schools

  • The subject term Science and technology should be used with descriptions that relate to the study and application science, professionals, scientific and technological research, research foundations, institutes, technology schools or programs, clubs, users groups and professional organizations.

Use for: Religious denominations, Religious orders, Ministers, Missionaires, Theology, Religious theory and study

  • Personal, institutional and organizational relationships between humans and what they regard as holy, sacred or divine
  • Schools, charities, missions and hospitals run by religious groups

Use for: Veterans, Military personnel, Militia, Cadets, Bases, War, Conflict, Occupation

  • The subject term Military should be used with descriptions that relate to military service, training and activities, military institutions, bases and sites, military related individuals and organization, military vehicles and ships, equipment, weapons, uniforms, artifacts and military related legislation.
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