Rick Riewe and Jill Oakes Family fonds

An Inventory of Their Papers at the University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections

Inventory prepared by Jeanette Mockford
University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections
330 Elizabeth Dafoe Library
(2012)

Finding aid encoded by Jeanette Mockford (2012)
Finding aid written in English.



Collection Summary

Repository:
University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections
330 Elizabeth Dafoe Library

Title:
Rick Riewe and Jill Oakes Family fonds

Dates:
[ca. 1703]-2008

Quantity:
3.75m of textual records and other material.

Identification:
MSS 359, PC 314, MC 38(A. 10-92)

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Biography of Biography of Rick Riewe and Jill Oakes

Rick Riewe was born on June 8, 1942 and attended high school in Detroit, Michigan. He later completed B.A. and M.A. degrees from Wayne State University, Michigan with a Major in Biology. Thereafter, he was admitted into the Department of Zoology at Memorial University of Newfoundland in 1967 where he conducted research on meadow voles on the offshore islands of Notre Dame Bay with Dr. William O. Pruitt. In 1969 Dr. Pruitt took a position at the University of Manitoba and Riewe joined him there where he completed a Ph.d. in February 1971. Since 1973 Riewe has been Professor of Zoology at the University of Manitoba where he teaches Wildlife Management, Ecology, Resource Management, and Biology and acts as an advisor to numerous Masters and Doctoral students. His fields of interest include wildlife management, impacts of industrial development upon Aboriginal hunters and trappers, traditional ecological knowledge, native land use, native land claims, and the domestic economy of northern people. Since the early 1970s he has taught over one hundred field courses throughout Canada, the United States, and Europe dealing with circumpolar peoples’ culture and anthropology, boreal ecology, and arctic survival. His travels also took him to regions in Northern Canada where he did research on wildlife, Inuit hunters, and the environmental impact of oil exploration among other topics. In 1990 his wife, Jill Oakes, took a teaching position at the University of Alberta and Riewe acted as a Research Associate at the Circumpolar Institute, University of Alberta from 1990-1993 where he oversaw activities at the institute and stimulated circumpolar research. Besides these efforts he has also presented numerous guest lectures and media interviews and has held the position of Co-Editor for the Aboriginal Issues Press since 1994. That same year he and his wife acted as Chairs of Northern Studies at Trent University in Peterborough, Ontario. Together with Jill he also curated a travelling exhibit, Inuit Annuraangit: Our Clothes from 1987-1994 that toured the Canadian prairies, Ontario and parts of northern Canada. Along with other academics and on his own, he has published about 100 articles, co-written well-known books with his wife like Our Boots: An Inuit Women’s Art that received Honorable Mention in a 1996 Museum Publications Design Competition and Spirit of Siberia: Traditional Native Life, Clothing, and Footwear for which they were nominated by the Smithsonian Institute for best museum publication of the year in 2000.

Jill Oakes was born on June 14, 1952. She received a Bachelor of Human Ecology (1975), an Education Certificate (1976), a Master's of Science (1985) and a Ph.D (1988) from the University of Manitoba. In 1982, she earned her commercial pilot's licence and Instructor's Rating. Oakes began lecturing at the University of Manitoba in 1987 and she has also lectured as an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Anthropology and Assistant Professor in Human Ecology from 1990-1994 at the University of Alberta as well as Adjunct Professor in the Department of Anthropology and the Natural Resources Institute, Associate Professor in the Department of Native Studies from 1994-2004, Acting Head of the Department of Geography from 2004-2005, and is currently Professor in the Department of Environment and Geography at the University of Manitoba. She has served as research associate for the Canadian Circumpolar Institute at the University of Alberta and, from 1993 to 1994, was Co-Chair of Northern Studies in the Department of Native Studies at Trent University. Oakes' many accomplishments include the development of a certificate program for Aboriginal students interested in environmental studies and a Master's program proposal for an Master's in Native Studies at the University of Manitoba. This proposal included three new graduate level courses which were approved by Senate in 1995. Oakes' work with museum collections has taken her on collecting trips to Greenland, Northwest Territories, Alaska, and the Far East of Russia and the American Southwest for the Bata Shoe Museum, the McCord Museum, the Canadian Museum of Civilization, and the Universities of Alberta and Manitoba. Oakes has researched, coordinated, and curated many exhibitions including the traveling exhibition "Coats of Eider," and a documentary film directed by Oakes. In 1995, Oakes received the University of Manitoba Outreach Award and an RH Outstanding Research Award, as well as various awards for excellence in undergraduate teaching. Jill Oakes is the author of several publications and coordinator and co-lecturer in the Inuit Lifestyles Field Course conducted at numerous locations including Delta Marsh Research Station, Churchill Northern Studies Research Centre, Goose Bay, Labrador, Iqaluit, and Meanook Biological Station, University of Alberta.

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Scope and Contents of the Collection

The first accrual (A.10-92) is divided into 2 series. It includes published articles and manuscripts in the first series and a photograph collection in the second series. The photograph collection includes 24,099 slides, 3045 negatives, 3054 photographs, 38 contact sheets, 2 Compact Discs, 1 VHS Video Cassette, and 27 maps (negatives and photographs of maps arranged within the Photographic Collection).

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Arrangement of the Papers

This collection is arranged into 2 series.

  • 1. Publications and Professional Research
  • 2. PC 314 - Photographic Collection

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Restrictions on Access

File folders with restricted items are marked.

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Restrictions on Use

File folders with restricted items are marked.

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Custodial History

The A.10-92 accrual was donated by Rick Riewe in 2010.

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1.Publications and Professional Research 1943-2008
BoxFolder
11 Typed Manuscript Titled "In Siberia: Traditional Native Live, Clothing, and Footwear" (Part One) 1997
2 Typed Manuscript Titled "In Siberia: Traditional Native Live, Clothing, and Footwear" (Part Two) 1997
3 Typed Manuscript Titled "In Siberia: Traditional Native Live, Clothing, and Footwear" (Part Three) 1997
4 Typed Manuscript Titled "In Siberia: Traditional Native Live, Clothing, and Footwear" (Part Four) 1997
5 Typed Manuscript Titled "In Siberia: Traditional Native Live, Clothing, and Footwear" (Part Five) 1997
6 Jill Oakes and Construction of Acro Sport II 2000-2003
BoxFolder
1A1 Qualicum School Former Student Interviews (Part One) 2007

Restricted Material.

2 Qualicum School Former Student Interviews (Part Two) 2007

Restricted Material.

3 Interview Protocol and Contact Information - Qualicum School Research 2007

Restricted Material.

4 Contact Information of Former Qualicum School Students 2007

Restricted Material.

5 John MacNaughton Biographical Notes (Former Qualicum Boys School Student) 2006-2008
6 John MacNaughton Boyhood Photographs (Qualicum Boys School Group Shots) 1943-1944

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2. Photographic Collection [ [ca. 1703]-2002 ]
Slides Boxes 2 - 8 contain folders with slides that were originally housed in slide boxes and the slides are currently organized in folders and archival boxes according to subject determined by the creator. Combined, the following boxes contain 252 folders with 8193 slides. Boxes 9 - 29 contain folders with slides that are organized by subject according to the creator and the folders are chronologically organized in archival boxes. Combined, the following boxes contain 189 folders with 15906 slides.
BoxFolder
21 Czechoslovakia n.d.
2 Northwest Territories 1970-1987
3 Devon Island 1970-1974
4 Norway 1973-1974
5 Sweden 1974
6 Finland 1974
7 Germany 1963-1974
8 Harrisville, Michigan 1987
9 Cotter's 1975-1988
10 British Columbia 1984
11 England and Wales 1983
12 Ireland 1983
13 France 1983
14 Germany 1974-1983
15 Alberta 1984-1990
16 Northwest Territories 1970-1986
17 Queen Charlotte Islands 1978-1988
18 British Columbia 1981-1989
19 Kenora Christmas 1977
20 Spragues Family 1976-1984
21 Macaulay Family 1969-1979
22 Freeman Family 1972
23 Oliphant Family 1968-1981
24 Drescher Family 1972-1983
25 Penning Family 1979-1983
26 Erikson Family 1972-1974
27 Williamson Family 1972-1985
28 Payne Family 1967-1987
BoxFolder
31 Darby Family 1975-1988
2 University of Manitoba 1988
3 Bahr Family 1986
4 Granny's Homestead 1966
5 Ontario Lakes 1975-1984
6 Manitoba Towns and Landmarks 1975-1992
7 Manitoba Lakes and Parks 1975-1995
8 Michigan 1980-1988
9 George and Andy's 1979-1985
10 D. A. Scouts 1956-1965
11 R. Riewe's Homes 1970-1988
12 Florida 1968-1979
13 Lake Andy, Manitoba 1976-1985
14 Unruh Family 1972-1979
15 Kenora, Ontario 1974-1978
16 Kronenburg's Home 1988
17 Winnipeg House Parties 1979-1988
18 Christmas - Winnipeg 1974-1988
19 Malloy Lake 1984-1985
20 Northwest Territories 1971-1986
21 Newfoundland 1961-1969
22 Taiga Research Station 1970-1989
23 Wallace Lake, Manitoba 1973-1984
24 Quinzhees 1974-2002
25 Snow Trenches 1976-1989
26 Tents 1983-1985
27 Indian Tents 1976-1977
28 Lab Tents and Sweat Lodges 1967-1986
29 Igloos 1971-1987
30 Cross Country Skiing 1967-1988
31 Cabins 1973-1976
32 Cars and Bikes 1967-1985
33 Hondas and Sleds 1973-1990
34 Newfoundland 1965-1969
BoxFolder
41 Michigan 1966-1986
2 Sea Ice 1974-1986
3 Lake Ice 1976-1986
4 River Ice 1968-1982
5 Snow 1967-1984
6 Thermokarst 1970-1984
7 Playing on Snow and Ice 1973-1986
8 Ice Fest, Ottawa 1990
9 Meteorological Stations 1976-1979
10 Snow Removal 1967-1984
11 Snow Fences 1975-1980
12 Kanik and Sleet 1967-1984
13 Frost 1967-1984
14 Glacial Rivers 1971-1986
15 Rocky Mountain Park, Colorado 1968
16 Jasper, Banff, and Waterton Park 1972-1985
17 Shore Ice 1972-1995
18 Richer, Manitoba 1975
19 Wood Buffalo National Park 1980-1983
20 Great Slave Lake and Fort Smith 1983-1989
21 Southwestern Manitoba 1975-1985
22 Churchill, Manitoba 1982-1984
23 Obukowin Lake 1975-1989
24 Shilo, Manitoba 1975-1978
25 Riding Mountain National Park 1978-1981
26 Student Field Trips 1974-1988
27 Agricultural Topics 1974-1998
28 Roseisle, Manitoba 1983-1985
29 Hecla Island, Manitoba 1978-1984
30 Ph.D. Data n.d.
31 Mackenzie Delta 1978-1995
32 Dempster Highway 1978-1979
33 Richardson Mountains and Valleys 1978
BoxFolder
51 Aubry Winter Camp Activity 1968-1977
2 Aubry Lake - Maps and Tables n.d.
3 Aubry Lake - Southshore 1976
4 Aubry Lake - Camp People 1976-1977
5 Aubry Lake - Colville Lake Aerial Views 1976
6 Aubry Lake - Seismic Lines 1976-1978
Geomagnetic Survey 1976-1981
8 Forestry Topics 1973-1978
9 Seismic Line Study 1973
10 Tar Sands and Oil Rigs 1970-1984
11 Diversions 1976-1989
12 Mines 1976-1989
13 Steel Plants 1974-1985
14 Pulp Mills 1970-1984
15 Hydro and Powerlines 1980-1985
16 Aircraft 1976-1989
17 Forestry Topics 1976-1996
18 Flin Flon, Manitoba, Thunder Bay, and Labrador 1976-1984
19 British Columbia Interior Towns 1984-1996
20 Alberta Towns and Cities 1981-1985
21 Michigan - Urban and Rural 1976
22 Saskatchewan - Urban and Rural 1984
23 Manitoba - Urban and Rural 1972-1987
24 Quebec - Urban and Rural 1983-1990
25 Ottawa/Toronto -Landmarks and Sightseeing 1985
Grasses, Sedges, and Rushes 1966-1984
27 Orchids 1967-1978
28 Legumes 1967-1976
29 Forbes 1967-1981
30 Composites 1967-1978
31 Cacti 1978
32 Insectivorous and Sapravoreus 1967-1976
33 Florida Everglades 1968-1978
34 Special Plant Adaptations 1978
35 House Plants 1978
BoxFolder
61 Ericacaeous Plants 1967-1986
2 Alpine Forbes 1968-1981
3 Arctic Forbes 1970-1986
4 Forest Fire Vegetation 1976-2001
5 Deciduous Trees 1974-1993
6 Meadow 1968-1983
7 Marshes and Bogs 1967-1978
8 Beach Vegetation 1967-1978
9 Beaches 1968-1984
10 Boreal Forest Forbes 1967-1978
11 Rainforest 1978-1989
12 Coniferous Trees 1976-1985
13 Pine Life Cycle 1972-1973
14 Shrubs 1976-1986
15 Berries 1967-1989
16 Crops 1978
17 Loons and Grebes 1968-1976
18 Herons and Egrets 1968
19 Pelicans 1970
20 Ibis, Spoonbills, Cranes, and Anhinga 1968-1986
21 Jaegers 1971
22 Shorebirds 1967-1982
23 Terns 1967-1986
24 Gulls 1972-1987
25 Coots and Guillemots 1968
26 Ducks - Puddle/Diving 1971-1984
27 Duck Hunting 1969-1989
28 Geese 1968-1990
29 Swans 1977-1988
30 Owls 1968-1978
31 Eagles and Ospreys 1980-1985
32 Falcons and Hawks 1976-1981
33 Vultures 1968
34 Woodpeckers 1968-1990
35 Passiformes 1967-1990
36 Warblers 1978
37 Hummingbirds and Kingfishers 1970-1982
38 Ptarmigans 1976-1989
39 Grouse 1970-1984
40 Galliformes 1978-1997
41 Grosbeaks, Finches, and Sparrows 1968-1984
BoxFolder
71 Crows, Jays, and Magpies 1968-1988
2 Insects 1967-1990
3 Butterflies and Caterpillars 1967-1990
4 Spiders 1968-1986
5 Mollosca 1985-1988
6 Lobster and Crab 1967-1984
7 Echinoderms 1967-1979
8 Polychaetes 1967-1985
9 Coelenterates 1979-1985
10 Marine Invertebrates 1984-1985
11 Summer Net Fishing - Char 1986
12 Net Ice Fishing 1977-1986
13 Ice Fishing 1969-1986
14 Marine Fish 1967-1985
15 Marine Sport Fishing 1967-1984
16 Salmon 1984
17 Salmon Fishery 1979-1988
18 Halibut Fishery 1978-1985
19 Fresh Water Sport Fishing 1967-1987
20 Herring Seining 1979-1984
21 Fresh Water Fishery 1975-2001
22 Smoking Fish 1975-1987
23 Amphibians 1974-1984
24 Reptiles 1968-1990
25 FWF MB 2001
26 Walrus and Manatee 1967-1987
27 Seals 1971-1986
28 Floe Edge Hunting 1986
29 Lead Hunting 1972-1986
30 Seal Hunting 1972-1984
31 Domestic Cows, Horses, Sheep, and Goats 1966-2002
32 Mule Deer 1972-1981
33 Black Tail Deer 1978-1988
34 White Tail Deer 1972-1997
35 Moose Signs 1969-1982
36 Moose 1967-1987
37 European Deer 1973-1991
38 Reindeer 1973
39 Caribou Antlers 1977-1986
BoxFolder
81 Caribou Hunting and Management 1977-1986
2 Barren Ground Caribou 1969-1986
3 Caribou Signs 1975-1987
4 Woodland Caribou 1967-1978
5 Peary's Caribou 1971-1977
6 Peary's Caribou - Dead and Signs 1971-1988
7 Bison 1973-1991
8 Muskox 1970-1985
9 Muskox - Signs and Dead 1970-1985
10 Mountain Sheep 1972-1993
11 Elk 1970-1991
12 Antelope 1981
13 Insectivores 1974-1975
14 Opossum 1990
15 Snowshoe Hares 1967-1978
16 Arctic Hares 1970-1987
17 Ground Squirrels 1976-1991
18 Red Squirrel 1969-1987
19 Mice and Rats 1987
20 Beavers 1966-1988
21 Muskrats 1967-1987
22 Vole Signs 1967-1984
23 Voles and Lemmings 1967-1977
24 Porcupines 1976-2001
25 Red and Swift Foxes 1969-1987
26 Arctic Fox 1970-1987
27 Coyotes 1975-1989
28 Wolves 1970-1982
29 Dogs 1968-1990
30 Dog Teams and Drivers 1970-1987
31 Grizzly and Black Bears 1971-1984
32 Polar Bears 1970-1986
33 Raccoons 1965-1990
34 Minks and Weasels 1969-1979
35 Otters 1975-1977
36 Fishers, Martens, Wolverines, and Badgers 1976-1991
37 Lynx and Bobcats 1972-1990
38 Dolphins 1967-1968
39 Narwhals 1966-1995
40 Belugas 1971-1987
41 Whales 1966-1991
42 African Wildlife and Scenes 1970-1976
BoxFolder
91 Iroquois, Ojibwa, and, Ottawa People [ca. 1700] - 1978
2 Archival Photos and Museum Artefacts Used in Thesis [1700]-1989
3 Montagnais-Naskapi Clothing and Culture [ca.1703]-1987
4 Micmac/Naskapi/Beothucks Lecture [ca.1800]-1977
5 Museum Photos of Indian Groups [ca.1800]-1990
6 Metis and Northwest Rebellion [ca.1820]-1989
7 Birdskin Clothing - Museum Holdings [ca.1824]-1986
8 Cree, Metis, Blackfoot, Sioux, Apache Lecture Notes 1830-1987
9 Metis Portraits and Clothing 1848-1990
10 Athabaskan Clothing and Settlements 1851-1993
11 History of Sportswear and Museum Artefacts 1858-1976
12 Different Cultures and Their Clothing 1903-1991
13 Grise Fiord Community 1915-1988
14 West Coast Indigenous Clothing 1914-1990
BoxFolder
101 Notre Dame Bay, Newfoundland 1967-1969
2 Cooking and Open Fires 1967-1987
3 Skin Clothing in Museums 1967-1987
4 Skin Clothing Preparation and Construction 1967-1989
5 Inuit Children 1969-1993
6 Caribou Inuit 1967-1997
7 Boreal Forest and Wildlife 1967-1988
8 Forestry 1967-1988
9 Western and Eastern Arctic Scenes Including Hudson Bay 1969-1986
10 Shishmaret, Alaska 1969-1990
11 Rick Riewe and Family (Clonard Avenue, Winnipeg) 1970
12 Devon Island, Aerial Views 1970-1972
13 Archaeological Sites, Nunavut 1970-1986
BoxFolder
111 Mackenzie Delta, Inuvik, and Yukon 1970-1993
2 Inuit Land Use, Role of Elders, Research Methods, and Aging 1970-1993
3 Arctic Communities and People 1970-1993
4 Grise Fiord 1970-1995
5 Snowshoes and Snowshoeing 1971-1985
6 Snowmobileing 1971-1986
7 Housing 1971-1987
8 Inuit Games, Babysitting, Innuksuks, Trade, and Sovereignty 1971-1987
9 Animal Skin Preparation and Clothing 1971-1990
10 Pruitt's Alaska Clothing/ Coats of Eider Exhibition/ Survival Clothing 1971-1991
11 Inuit Clothing and Footwear 1971-1993
12 Carving, Weaving, and Artists 1971-1993
13 Inuit Life Lecture Material 1971-1995
BoxFolder
121 Northern Foods 1971-1995
2 Inuit Art 1972-1987
3 Nunavut Maps 1972-1988
4 Foods: Roadkill Preparation and Eating 1972-1991
5 Friends and Family 1972-1992
6 Coppermine Inuit Clothing 1972-1995
7 Ellesmere Island 1973
8 Fieldtrips and Workshops 1973-1993
9 Scotland, Turkey, Arabia, Africa, Including Nigeria 1973-1988
10 Campfires 1974-1989
11 Inuit Land Use 1976-1989
BoxFolder
131 Sanikiluaq - Down Preparation 1976-1991
2 Baffin Island Lecture 1976-1993
3 Skin Preparation in Nunavut 1976-1993
4 Colville Lake, Northwest Territories 1977
5 Queen Charlotte Islands 1978-1985
6 Queen Charlotte Islands 1978-1988
7 Fort Smith, Northwest Territories and Cultural Activities 1980-1992
8 Churchill Northern Studies Centre 1981-1993
9 Introduction to Northern Living 1983-1986
10 Music 1983-1995
11 Admiralty Inlet - Camp 1984
12 Arctic Bay 1984
13 Skin Clothing 1984-1986
14 Clothing Patterns and Construction 1984-1987
15 People and Winter Garments Worn in the Arctic 1984-1987
16 Northern Foods 1984-1988
BoxFolder
141 Inuit Tools 1984-1990
2 Baffin Island 1984-1993
3 Parkas and Beaded Amauti 1984-1993
4 Arctic Bay, Northwest Territories 1984-1993
5 Broughton Island and Baffin Island 1984-1993
6 Arctic Churches, Nunavut 1984-1993
7 Arctic Towns in Nunavut, Northwest Territories, and Yukon 1984-1993
8 Skin Preparation 1984-1993
9 Arctic Bay 1984-1993
10 Softball and Family Outings 1984-1998
11 Siberian Lecture Series 1984-2003
12 Assorted Footwear Including Alaskan Footwear 1985
BoxFolder
151 Rae Edzo/Eskimo Point, Northwest Territories 1985-1987
2 Caribou Inuit Clothing, Keewatin 1985-1987
3 Amish and Scottish Clothing 1985-1988
4 Arviat (Eskimo Point) Lifestyles 1985-1989
5 Northwest Territories Satellite Photos for Nunavut Atlas 1985-1990
6 Whale Cove, Northwest Territories 1986
7 Bay Chimo, Northwest Territories 1986
8 Bird/Fish/Whale Skin Preparation 1986-1990
9 Fieldtrips 1986-1992
10 Arctic Towns 1986-1993
11 Iqaluit and Iglulik 1986-1993
12 Dorset Island, Northwest Territories 1986-1993
13 Holman Island and Vicinity 1987
14 Inuit Annuraangit - Traveling Inuit Clothing Exhibition 1987-1990
15 Saami Clothing 1988
16 Military Reenactment Clothing 1988
17 Rafferty/Alameda National Energy Board 1988-1991
BoxFolder
161 Alaska Towns and People 1989
2 Chugach Mountains and Matanuska Valley, Alaska 1989
3 Alaska Pipeline 1989
4 Kelsey Dam 1989
5 Ungava - Sanikiluaq 1989
6 Sanikiluaq Scenery and People 1989
7 Kotzebue, Mekoryuk, Teller, Anchorage, Nome, and Toksook (Alaska) 1989-1990
8 Images of Postcards, Emotions, and a LGBTT Parade 1989-1991
9 Flood and Earthquake Disaster in Alaska 1989-1993
10 Siberian Maps - Circumpolar 1989-1995
11 Bethel, Alaska 1989-1995
12 Ambler, Shungnak, and Kobuk (Alaska) 1989-1995
13 Unalaklett, Alaska and Skin Preparation 1989-1995
BoxFolder
171 Wales, Seward, and Little Diomede (Alaska) 1989-1995
2 Siberia 1990-1996
3 Moscow 1990
4 Krestovoe Store 1990
5 Yurangas 1990
6 Reindeer Herds and Butchering 1990
7 Siberian Wildlife 1990
8 Siberian Museums and Artefacts 1990
9 Siberian State Farms 1990
10 Chuckotok Medical Crew 1990
11 Siberian Construction, Washrooms 1990
12 Siberian Transportation 1990
13 Chuckchi Dancers 1990
14 Chuckchi Herders, Evenkr, and Nenets 1990
15 Role of Humans in Northern Parks 1990
16 Tausk, U.S.S.R. 1990
17 Magadan, U.S.S.R. 1990
BoxFolder
181 Chuckchee Clothing 1990
2 Kresneno, Alaska 1990
3 Chuckchee Medical Camp 1990
4 Gulag 1990
5 Bilibino, U.S.S.R. 1990
6 Eveny Clothing 1990
7 Animal Skin Preparation 1990
8 Arctic Coast, U.S.S.R. 1990
9 Siberia 1990
10 Former Gulag East of Kolima River 1990
11 Bata Shoe Museum of Chuckchi Footwear 1990-1991
12 Sanik, Northwest Territories 1990-1995
13 Riding Mountain National Park, Batoche 1990-1996
14 Siberian Landscapes and Culture 1990-1996
15 Anadyr River and City 1990-1996
16 European Museum and Bata Shoe Museum Holdings and Alaska 1990-1998
17 Broughton Island 1991
18 Hinton, Alaska 1991
BoxFolder
191 Fieldtrips to: Cooking Lake, Alberta, Sidney, Hecla, Red Willow Lodge, Churchill, and Delta Marsh, Manitoba 1991-2000
2 Pond Inlet, Northwest Territories 1993
3 Pond Inlet Town Views and People 1993
4 Iqaluit, Northwest Territories 1993
5 Prince Albert National Park 1993
6 Churchill Fieldtrips 1993-1997
7 Rick and Jill's Home - Reconstruction and Party 1994
8 Trent University, Ontario 1994
9 Saskatchewan Grasslands and Cypress Hills 1994
10 Riewe Family in Michigan 1994-1997
11 Bloodvein Reserve - Kayaking and Canoeing 1995
12 Mallory Lake, Manitoba 1995
13 Lake Winnipeg, Manitoba 1995
14 Frank Kazmerowick Boot Drawings 1995
15 St. Petersburg, Russia 1996
16 Siberia - Original Slides 1996
BoxFolder
201 Khanty Village (Katrovosh) 1996
2 Salekhard 1996
3 Museum of Ethnology, St. Petersburg, Russia (Spirit of Siberia Project) 1996
4 Pokaychev's Khanty Camp 1996
5 Khanty-Mansisk, Roskinskiya, West Siberia 1996
6 Nenet's Fish Camp 1996
7 Siberia - Original Slides (Sartagov's Camp and Pokaycheva's Camp) 1996
8 Sweden and Norway Sites 1996
9 Aerial Shots of Tundra 1996
10 Tazovsky Drill Camp 1996
11 Kogalym (Oil City) 1996
12 Oil Developments 1996
BoxFolder
211 Southwest United States Countryside and Artefacts 1997
2 ACUNS Student Conference, Vancouver, B.C. 1997
3 British Columbia Scenes 1997
4 Flood of 1997 - Winnipeg and Area 1997
5 British Columbia 1997-1999
6 Youbou Lake, British Columbia 1997-1999
7 Boreal Forestry 1997-2000
8 GGPI - C170B Aircraft, Gimli, MB. 1998
9 Hecla Island, Assiniboine Park, and Whiteshell Park, MB. 1998
10 Parties and Gathering 1998-2000
11 Delta Marsh Field Station 1998-2000
12 Christmas and New Year's Gatherings 1999
13 Hebrides, Scotland 1999
14 RMNP, Manitoba 2001
15 Sidney Airport, Manitoba 2001
16 Inuit Art Depicting Skin Clothing n.d.
17 Tasmania n.d.
BoxFolder
22 Photograph Album of Seismic Study, Western Northwest Territories, Aubry Lake, Colville Lake, Mackenzie Delta, and Peel Plateau 1975-1978
1 Negatives Grise Fiord and Ellesmere Island 1970-1973
2 Our Boots Images 1995
3 Images of Khanty 1996
4 Images of Khanty and Nenets 1996
5 Images of Nenets 1996
6 Spirit of Siberia Project (Backdrops) - Original Negatives 1996-1997
7 Spirit of Siberia Project 1996-1997
8 Southwest United States Indigenous Artefacts 1997
9 British Columbia, Michigan, and Museum Holdings 1998-2000
10 Aircraft, Outdoor Scenes, and Parties [ca. 2001]
11 Siberia n.d.
12 Antipayota n.d.
BoxFolder
231 Photographs Rick Riewe Doctorate Research, Newfoundland 1966-1970
2 University of Manitoba campus 1970
3 Cowgirls [1970] - [1980]
4 Wildlife Scenery in Northern Canada 1971-1973
5 Seismic Study, Aubry Lake 1977-1978
BoxFolder
241 Baffin Island 1983
2 Coppermine NCF 1985-1989
3 University of Manitoba "Offering a Classic Education", Polo Park Mall, Winnipeg, Manitoba 1987
4 Canadian Museum of Civilization - Inuit Clothing Exhibit 1987
5 Inuit Clothing Exhibit at McCord Museum 1988
6 Inuit Clothing Show [ca. 1988]
7 Trip to Siberia and Moscow (Part One) [1990] - [1996]
8 Trip to Siberia and Moscow (Part Two) [1990] - [1996]
9 Trip to Siberia and Moscow (Part Three) [1990] - [1996]
10 Inuit Clothing Show - Fort Whyte Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba [ca. 1990]
11 Trip to Siberia and Moscow [1990] - [1996]
12 Siberian Clothing and Landscapes - Nenets (photographs developed from slides in the fonds) 1990
12 Abandoned Gulag, Chukotka Pen., Siberia 1991
13 Museum of Mankind, London, Great Britain Holdings 1992
BoxFolder
251 Nenet's Camp, West Siberia (Part One) 1996
2 Nenet's Camp, West Siberia (Part Two) 1996
3 Sartagov's Khanty Camp, West Siberia 1996
4 West of Kogalym (Oil City), West Siberia 1996
5 Area Around Antipayota 1996
6 Nenets Camp, West Siberia (Spirit of Siberia Project) 1996
7 Deutsches Ledermuseum, Offenbach, Germany 1996
8 Museum of Mankind, London, Great Britain Holdings 1996
9 Katrovosh, Siberia (Yamal-Nenets District) 1996
10 Bata Shoe Museum (Spirit of Siberia Exhibit) 1997
BoxFolder
261 Boreal Ecology Fieldtrip, Sydney, Manitoba 1998
2 Native Studies Course and Party 1999
3 Salt Spring Island and Mt. Washington 2000
4 Patricia Beach, Lake Winnipeg 2001
5 RMNP, Manitoba 2001
6 Slaughtering Siberian Tiger 2001
7 Gatherings at Rick and Jill's Home 2000-2001
8 Inuvialuit Project, Smithsonian Museum, Washington, D.C. 2002
9 Party at Rick and Jill's Home 2002
10 Smithsonian Institution Holdings 2002
11 Jill Oakes and Construction of Acro-Sport II 2002
12 Jill Oakes Ph.D. Research (Part One) n.d.
13 Jill Oakes Ph.D. Research (Part Two) n.d.
BoxFolder
271 Jill Oakes Ph.D. Research (Part Three) n.d.
2 Jill Oakes Ph.D. Research (Part Four) n.d.
3 Jill Oakes Ph.D. Research (Part Five) n.d.
4 Jill Oakes Ph.D. Research (Part Six) n.d.
5 Jill Oakes Ph.D. Research (Part Seven) n.d.
BoxFolder
281 Museum of Native American, Germany (Skin Footwear) n.d.
2 Cambridge University of Archaeology and Anthropology, Cambridge, Great Britain (Holdings) n.d.
3 Volkerkundemuseum Herrnhut, Germany n.d.
4 Etnografisk Museum, Oslo, Norway n.d.
5 Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford, Great Britatin (Holdings) n.d.
6 Instituit for Sosial Anthropologi, Bergen, Norway (Holdings) n.d.
BoxFolder
291 Rijksmuseum voor Volkenkunde, Leiden, Netherlands (Holdings) n.d.
2 Staatilchen Museum fur Volkerkunde, Dresden, Germany (Holdings) n.d.
3 National Museum of Finland Skin Footwear n.d.
4 Postcards from Russia n.d.
5 Inuit Skin Clothing and Footwear n.d.
6 Hudson's Bay Company Point Blanket Garments n.d.
7 Canadian Inuit Weaving, Boots, and People n.d.
8 Jill Oakes' RH Award n.d.
9 Inuit Cultural Exhibit n.d.
10 Exhibit at Manitoba Museum n.d.
11 Painting Project Including Jill Oakes n.d.
12 Inuit Clothing Show - Northern Heritage Centre n.d.
13 Inuit Clothing Show - Manitoba Museum of Man and Nature n.d.
14 Inuit Parka Display and Meeting n.d.
15 Inuit Clothing Show n.d.
16 Hopi Footwear and Doll n.d.
17 North American Indigenous People n.d.
18 MC 38 - Photographs of Northwest Territories Maps n.d.
19 MC 38 - Negatives of Northern Canada Food Web Maps n.d.
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30 Royal BC Museum Corporation (16 Files), Compact Disc n.d. Qualicum College Boys School Images Collection (300 dpi), Compact Disc 2008 1 VHS Cassette Tape - Igloo Building Workshop and Jill Oakes Documentary n.d.
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1 Oversized Folder 1993

  • "Taking Back Responsibility: Framework Agreement Initiative" poster
  • Signed Photograph of Elderly Inuit Woman, dated 1993
  • Trent University's Northern Lecture Series 1993-1994, "Culture, Economy, and Ecology in the Circumpolar Arctic" featuring lectures by Jill Oakes and Rick Riewe

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