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  • Record of the Week: Archbishop Walsh's episcopal ring?
    Provenance is a fundamental organizing principle in archives. It refers to the individual, family, or organizational body that created or accumulated material in a collection. The principle of provenance dictates that records of the same origins be kept together to preserve their context, rather than grouping items of various origins together by subject (the […]

Spring 2017 Bulletin

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  • In this issue:

    • Congress 2017 Preview
    • Rev. Edward Jackman on Early Ontario Catholic History
    • Current Publications
    • Coast to Coast