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Doukhobors--British Columbia DNU



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Central registry of the Immigration Branch

Central Registry of the Immigration Branch of the Dept. of the Interior. These records (classified in the Public Archives of Canada as RG 76 Series 1) include deputy ministers' files, personnel dockets, and the operational records of federal...

Canada. Immigration Branch

Clippings, reports and other material

Newspaper clippings about the Sons of Freedom and Judge Evans' role in cases involving that sect; reminiscences of life on the bench (13 pages); report to Attorney-General Robert Bonner re Doukhobor emigration (December 20, 1962, 5 pages); te...

Evans, William

Doukhobor history photograph collection

  • PR-0137
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1900-1960]

The collection consists of copies of photographs pertaining to Doukhobor history collected by Koozma John Tarasoff as part of a 1958 B.C. centennial project. Photographs document the history of Doukhobors, from beginnings in Russia in the 19th ce...

Tarasoff, Koozma John, collector

Records with regard to neglected children

  • GR-2817
  • Series
  • 1929-1950

Records containing correspondence of the Superintendent of Neglected Children, the Deputy Superintendent of Neglected Children and the Superintendent of Welfare relating to Doukhobor children. The files contain correspondence, lists of children, ...

British Columbia. Dept. of the Provincial Secretary

Royal Commission on Doukhobor Affairs (1947)

  • GR-0921
  • Series
  • 1946-1947

Harry Joseph Sullivan was appointed commissioner to inquire into disturbances in Doukhobor settlements in British Columbia. Records include correspondence, transcripts, exhibits (indexed), and an interim report. No final report was issued.

Royal Commission on Doukhobor Affairs (1947)