Showing 79 results

Archival description
Lynn Gehl fonds
Print preview View:

1967 Maclean's magazine copy

File consists of a photocopy of the December 1967 issue of Maclean's Magazine which features Lynn Gehl and her six siblings in a photo spread "The Seasons of Love.'

AAND -- ANTC

File consists of materials related to the Algonquin Nation Negotiations Directorate and the Algonquin Nation Tribal Council.

About contents/index

File consists of a statement by Lynn Gehl regarding the contents of the donation and her intent as a donor, as well as a detailed bibliography and listing of the contents.

Academic articles

File consists of 11 scanned copies of academic articles written by Lynn Gehl, including:1. Gehl, L. (2015). My Ally Bill of Responsabilities. In Anne Bishop (Aruthor), Becoming an Ally: Breaking the Cyle of Oppression in People (pp. 98-100). 3rd ed. Halifax and Winnipeg: Fernwood Publishing.

  1. Gehl, L. (2013). Indian Rights for Indian Babies: Canada's 'Unstated Paternity' Policy. First Peoples and Child & Family Review, 8 (2), 55-73. Retreived from http://journals.sfu.ca/fpcfr/index.php?FPCFR/issue/viewIssue/17/4
  2. Gehl, L. with Ross, H. (2013). Disinfranchised Spirit: A Theory and A Model. Pimitasiwin: A Journal of Aboritinal and Indigenous Community Health, 11(1), 31-42. Retrieved from http://www.primatisiwin.com/online/?page_id=1136
  3. Gehl, L. (2012). Debwewin Journey: A Methodology and Model of Knowing. AlterNative, 8(1), 53-65.
  4. Gehl, L. (2012). Unknown and Unstated Paternity and The Indian Act: Enough is Enough! Journal of the Motherhood Initiatvive for Research and Community Involvment, 3(2), 188-199.
  5. Gehl, L. (2010). From Cognitive Imperialism to Indigengizing 'The LEarning Wigwam.' World Indigenous Nations Higher Education Constorium Journal, 11-25. Retrieved from http://win-hec.org/files/World_Indigenous_Nations_Higher_Education_Consortium_formatted2.pdf.
  6. Gehl, L. (2006). 'The Queen and I' : Discriminiation Against Women in the Indian Act Continues. In A. Medovarski and B. Cranney (Eds.), Canadaian Woman Studies: An Introductory Reader (2nd ed.) (pp. 1962-171). Toronto: Inanna Publications and Education Inc.
  7. Gehl, L. (2005). 'Oh Canada! Your Home is Native Land' : The Algonquin Land Claim Process. Atlantis, 29 (2), 148-150. Retrieved from http://forms.msvu.ca/atlantis/vol/292pdf/292gehl.pdf
  8. Gehl, L. (2004). The Rebuilding of a Nation: A Grassroots Analysis of the Nation-Building Process in Canada. Canadian Journal of Native Studies, 23 (1), 57-82. Retreived from http://www2.brandonu.ca/Library/cjns/23.1/cjnsv23no1_pg57-82.pdf
  9. Gehl, L. (2000). The Canadian Nation. Canadian Woman Studies, 20 (2), 69. Retreived from http://pi.library.yorku.ca/ojs/index/php/cws/article/view/7611
  10. Gehl, L. (2000). 'The Queen and I' : Discrimination Against Women in the Indian Act Continues. Canadian Woman Studies, 20 (2), 64-69. Retrieved from http://pi.library.yorku.ca/ojs/index.php/cws/article/view/7611

Academic transcripts

File consists of Lynn Gehl's report cards and transcripts from elementary to post secondary school.

Andree Martel and her sisters

File consists of photographs of Lynn Gehl's mother, Andree Martel, as well as various members of Martel's extended family.

Bible

Item is a waterdamaged bible which was presented to Lynn Glassford on March 17, 1968 by a Ms. Daniels in recognition of her attendance record.

Biographical note

File consists of a short and long biographical note prepared by Lynn Gehl.

Black Face Blogs

File consists of print outs of posts by Lynn Gehl published on Black Face Blog.

Black Face Blogs

File consists of print outs of posts by Lynn Gehl published on Black Face Blog.

Black Face Blogs

File consists of print outs of posts by Lynn Gehl published on Black Face Blog.

Book reviews

File consists of copies of published book reviews by Gehl, including:

  1. Gehl, L. (2012). [Review of the book Following Nimishoomis: The Trout Lake History of Dedibaayaanimanook Sarah Keesick Olsen, by H. Agger]. Native Studies Review, 21(1), 155-157. Retrieved from http://publications.usask.ca/nativestudiesreview/reviews/21-1Reviews.pdf
  2. Gehl, L. (2011). [Review of the book Dancing on Our Turtle's Back: Stories of Nishnaabeg Re-creation, Resurgence, and a New Emergence, by L. Simpson]. Native Studies Review, 20 (1), 124-126. Retrieved from http://publications.usask.ca/nativestudiesreview/reviews/20-1Reviews.pdf
  3. Gehl, L. (2010). [Review of the book The Hollow Tree: Fighting Addiction with Traditional Native Healing, by H. Nabigon]. Native Studies Review, 19(2), 148-150. Retrieved from http://publications.usask.ca/nativestudiesreview/reviews/19-2Review.pdf
  4. Gehl, L. (2004). [Review of the book 'Being Alive Well' : Health and the Politics of Cree Well-Being, by N. Adelson]. Native Studies Review, 15 (1), 107-109. Retrieved from http://publications.usask.ca/nativestudiesreview/Issues/Vol15No1.html#15-1Adelson

Cards received

File consists of thank you cards received by Lynn Gehl.

Community publications

File consists of copies of 40 community publications (magazine articles, newspaper articles, bulletin reports) by Gehl.

Community publications

File consists of copies of 51 community publications (magazine articles, newspaper articles, bulletin reports) by Gehl including:

Etobicoke Gazette : 31 August 1978

File consists of a news clipping from the Etobicoke Gazzette from August 31, 1978 of an article by Kim Rae featuring Lynn Glassford, then working at the CNE.

Family cards

File consists of post cards and greeting cards from members of the Glassford family.

Family photographs

File consists of candid photographs of members of the Glassford family celebrating birthdays in a community hall.

Family photographs from Mae Duncan

File consists of photocopied historical photographs of family members related to both Mae Duncan and her grand neice Lynn Gehl (nee Glassford). Most images are annotated with identifying information, marriage dates and other contextual details.

Family portraits

File consists of school portraits and family group portraits of Lynn Gehl and her siblings.

Family portraits and contact sheets

File consists of family portraits of Lynn Glassford and her siblings, as well as a series of contact sheets of candid photographs of the Glassford family fishing, celebrating Christmas, and marking important events.

Invitations

File consists of an invitation to attend a reception to honour Elder William Commanda by the city of Ottawa.

Lynn

File consists of candid photographs of Lynn Glassford as a young woman.

Lynn : childhood

File consists of photographs of Lynn Glassford as a child with family and friends.

Lynn Gehl

  • 2014-015 / 001 (14)
  • File
  • 1994, 2000, 2003-2007, 2010-2013
  • Part of Lynn Gehl fonds

[includes correspondence, academic writing]

Lynn Gehl fonds

  • F0648
  • Fonds
  • [186-]-2015, predominant 1990-2014

Fonds consists of textual materials, published articles, blog posts, correspondence, genealogical records, photographic material and personal items created or accumulated by Lynn Gehl in the process of her work as an academic, scholar and community activist.

Gehl, Lynn

Lynn Gehl's maternal line and personal items : about contents / index

File consists of a listing of materials and a contextual statement by Gehl which reads:
"This collection offers Lynn Gehl’s (nee Glassford) maternal line documents such as her ascendance record completed by Dr. Edwards, family photographs, and her personal items crafted by Viola Gagne (Gagnon) who is her paternal grandmother."

Lynn, mother, Nick

File consists of photographs of Lynn Gehl with her husband Nick Gehl and her mother Andree.

Maclean's Magazine

Item is a copy of the December 1967 issue of Maclean's Magazine which features Lynn Gehl and her six siblings in a photo essay titled "The Seasons of Love.'

Mae Duncan Christmas cards

File consists of a collection of cards and correspondence from Mae Duncan, who was Andree Martel's cousin.

Miscellaneous

File consists of documents submitted to Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, Ontario Minister of Native Affairs re. Algonquin Treaty Process, election material, legal documents, hate literature and correspondence.

Mittens

Item is a pair of beaded leather mittens made by Viola Gagne (Gagnon), Gehl's paternal grandmother.

Mocassins

Item is a pair of beaded leather moccasins made by Viola Gagne (Gagnon), Gehl's paternal grandmother.

Newspapers

File consists of newspaper clippings from Anishnabek News, The Globe & Mail, The News (Pembroke), The Leader (Eaganville), The Bancroft Times, The Kingston-Whig Standard, The Daily Observer (Ottawa Valley), Frontenac News, North Renfrew Times, The Ottawa Citizen, Canadian Geographic and The Dominion.

Newspapers

File consists of newspaper clippings from Anishnabek News, The Globe & Mail, The News (Pembroke), The Leader (Eaganville), The Bancroft Times, The Kingston-Whig Standard, The Daily Observer (Ottawa Valley), Frontenac News, North Renfrew Times, The Ottawa Citizen, Canadian Geographic and The Dominion.

Open letters and responses

File consists of three public letters by Lynn Gehl addressed to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Ms. Wilson-Raybould, the Minister of Justice and the Attorney General of Canada, and Dr. Bennett, Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs. All of these letters were posted on Gehl's personal blog. Also includes a standard response from Prime Minister Stephen Harper's office regarding a letter Gehl sent in 2010.

Photos and Videos

File consists of photographs of Lynn Gehl with elders (including William Commanda?)teaching with wampum belts (including Jay's Treaty Belt, the three figures welcoming/agreement belt and the Seven Fires belt) to groups of students. Also includes two DVDs. One contains a short film "Status" from 2002 produced and directed by Vicki Snache and Jeff Maher and an episode of "APTN In Focus" from 5 November 2010 that featured an interview with Gehl.

Public school year books

File consists of three printed yearbooks from The Elms Jr. and Middle School in Rexdale, ON.

Scholarship letters

File consists of letters of recommendation for Lynn Gehl for various scholarships.