Mi'kmaq - Research Guide

Researching the Mi'kmaq at Robertson Library

Pjilsa’si -- Welcome!

The University Archives and Special Collections (UASC) unit of the UPEI Robertson Library is pleased to offer this research guide for those interested in learning more about the Mi'kmaw in Prince Edward Island and Atlantic Canada. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate contact us.Logo created by S. Brady for Student Centre

Follow the links below to learn more about using our Library to research Prince Edward Island's First Peoples.

This guide was created in the Summer and Autumn of 2010 as part of a broader Indigenous Education initiative at UPEI, funded by New Horizons. The leadership and encouragement of former Dean of Nursing Kim Critchley, Keptin John Joe Sark, and Judy Clark of the Mi'kmaq Confederacy of Prince Edward Island in this initiative is gratefully acknowledged. The logo at right was created in 2009 by S. Brady for the Mawi'omi Aborigianl Student Centre at UPEI, and is used with the Centre's kind permission. 

The Library is commited to maintaining and updating this resourse, as part of our roster of Subject Guides: feedback and suggestions are welcome.

Please note that the Library has also created a Subject Guide for researching First Nations / Aboriginal Peoples in Canada

Created by: Simon Lloyd, B.A., M.L.I.S. -- University Archivist and Special Collections Librarian
Phone: 902-566-0536
e-mail: slloyd@upei.ca
Date created: 01-November-2010
Date last updated: 26-January-2016