Select Reports and Other Items
Ratz, David and Michel S. Beaulieu. "Commemorating the First World War." Bayview Magazine (Fall 2018): 38-39. Beaulieu, Michel S. "A Glimpse at 150 Years of Development." (July 2017): 12-13. Canada at 150, A Special Magazine Supplement by the Chronicle-Journal Finch, David M., S. Hamilton, M. Dowsley, M. Beaulieu, and R. H. Lemelin, and the People of Washaho First Nation at Fort Severn. 2017. Fort Severn’s Traplines: Recording the History of Changing Control of the Land. [Poster exhibit] Fort Severn, ON: Fort Severn First Nation Lands Office. Beaulieu, Michel S. and David Ratz. “Stories from the Lakehead: World War One Obituaries and Death Notices.” Connect @ your library (May-August 2015): 19. URL: http://www.tbpl.ca/upload/documents/connect-may-august-2015.pdf Beaulieu, Michel S. “Remembering the Contribution of Indigenous Peoples to First and Second World Wars.” Thunder Bay First World War Centennial Project (November 2014). Beaulieu, Michel S. and David Finch. Jimmy Tait (Big Trout Lake). Research Report prepared for Washaho First Nation at Fort Severn and Keewaytinook Okimakanak Research Institute, 2011. 87 pages Kakekaspan, Chief Matthew, Tommy Miles, and R Harvey Lemelin, Michel S. Beaulieu, et al. Giving Voice to Bear: Cree Observations and Documentation of Wabusk in Ontario. Washaho First Nation at Fort Severn, Keewaytinook Okimakanak Research Institute, and Lakehead University Centre for Northern Studies, 2010. 24 pages Beaulieu, Michel S. ed. Wabusk and Hunting in the Hudson's Bay Company Severn District and Severn Reports, 1815-1827 and 1885-1895. Washaho First Nation at Fort Severn and Keewaytinook Okimakanak Research Institute, 2010. Beaulieu, Michel S. “Rededicating the Hudson’s Bay Memorial Tablet: Commemorating the Past and Preserving the Future.” Thunder Bay Historical Museum Society Papers & Records 36 (2008): 100-103.