File contains the manuscript written by Freedman and M. Crowell, for the Canadian Journal of Forest Research, volume 24. File also includes data sets related to Twinspan and Decorana runs, correspondence, and reviewers comments. Manuscript was originally titled "Vegetation development across a post-disturbance chronosequence of hardwood-forest in Nova Scotia".
File contains draft manuscript reports written by Freedman with W. Maass, regarding consultancy work at the Pine Marten Brook in Kejimkujik National Park. Includes data sets, chemical analysis of water samples, maps, correspondence, and the consultancy contract with Environment Canada.
File contains the manuscript by Freedman, with P.M. Catling and Z.Lucas, for Proceedings of the Nova Scotian Institute of Science, volume 34, parts 3-4. File also contains the draft manuscript entitled "The vegetation of Sable Island", as well as correspondence and photo negatives.
File contains the manuscript written by Freedman and P.M. Catling, for the Canadian Field-Naturalist, volume 94, number 1, discussing the Eastern garter snake, Butler's garter snake, Brown snake, and Fox snake.
File contains the manuscript and two draft manuscripts written by Freedman, with Cynthia A. Staicer, Diane Srivastava, Nancy Dowd, Jennifer Kilgar, Jill Hayden, Fred Payne, and Tom Pollock, for Hydrobiologia, volumes 279-280. File also contains reviewer comments, Previous drafts were titled "Characteristics of Nova Scotian lakes in relation to their use by black duck broods". The report surveys the characteristics of duck populations at 32 freshwater lakes in central and western Nova Scotia.
File contains two manuscripts written by Olga Kukal, and with edits by Freedman. Manuscript one is titled "The effect of parasitoids on the survivorship of the high Arctic Woolly-bear caterpillar, Gynaephora groenlandica (Wocke) (Lepidoptera:Lymantriidae)" (co-written with Peter G. Kevan); manuscript two is titled: "Experimental evidence of cold hardiness in the larvae of Gynaephora groenlandica (Wocke) (Lepidoptera:Lymantriidae)". Both manuscripts address the caterpillar's hardiness at Alexandra Fiord, Ellesmere Island. Kukal contributed a later draft of this research to the Freedman-edited "Ecology of a Polar Oasis".
File contains 8 transparencies created by Bill Freedman, likely in the early-1980s. Transparencies provide data related to the effects of an oil spill on vegetation (based on Freedman's 1974 fieldwork near Tuktoyaktuk).
File contains 31 transparencies created and used as teaching aids by Bill Freedman during the 1990s. Transparencies show maps of Canada and Nova Scotia, as well as charts of data, and are drawn largely from the National Atlas of Canada.
File contains the transcripts of three interviews conducted by Dennis Magill with Peter MacDonald in July 1968, regarding the Africville relocation. The topics of these interviews are: 1. Community Organization and the Mechanics of Relocation; 2. The Relocation Process and the Problems of Relocation; 3. The Map of Africville.
File contains the transcripts of six interviews conducted by Dennis Magill with Peter MacDonald in 1968 and 1969, regarding the Africville relocation. File as contains research materials: City Council Meeting minutes of the Africville Sub-Committee (Jan 3, 1965)
File contains the transcript of an interview (over two tapes) conducted by John de Roche with Peter MacDonald, on June 26, 1969, regarding the history and social structure of Africville. The transcript of the first tape is included twice (with annotations).
File contains the transcript of an interview conducted by Dennis Magill with Marvin Burke, November 23, 1971, on the subject of the Easter Sunrise Service in Africville. File also contains a partial interview transcript between Magill and Bob Grant, as well as a question sheet.
File contains the transcript of an interview conducted by Dennis Magill with Mr. H. Bond Jones, a welfare officer for the city of Halifax, on October 7, 1969, regarding the Africville Relocation Project. File also contains the summary of an interview conducted with Jones in August of the same year, as well as a list of questions and facsimile newspaper clippings.
File contains the transcript of an interview conducted by Dennis Magill with Dr. Fogo, August 14, 1969. File also contains facsimiles of correspondence regarding a potential outbreak of paratyphoid B due to contaminated wells in Africville, as well as handwritten research notes.
File contains the transcript of an interview conducted by Dennis Magill with Dr. Albert Rose, Director, school of Social Work, University of Toronto, on February 3, 1970. File includes three copies of the transcript, all with inked annotations.
File contains the transcript of an interview (with annotations) conducted by Dennis Magill with Bob Grant, director of development for the city of Halifax, on November 24, 1969, regarding the Africville Relocation Project.
File contains the transcript of an interview conducted by Dennis Magill with Alexa McDonough on September 24, 1969, regarding the Africville Relocation Study. File also includes city manager S.A. Ward's "Africville Follow-up Proposal".
File contains the manuscript by Freedman, published in "Coal: phoenix of the 1980s: the 64th Canadian Institute of Chemistry Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia, May 31 - June 3, 1981". File also includes correspondence containing comments about the article by P.J. LeBlanc of Nova Scotia Power.
File contains the manuscript written by Freedman, with W. Maass and P. Parfenov, for the Canadian Field-Naturalist, volume 106, number 4. File also contains correspondence, reviewer comments, and three photographs.
File contains the draft of a manuscript written by Freedman, which appeared the "Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Technical Meeting, Atlantic Canada Chapter, Air Pollution Control Association, September 29-30, 1982, Saint John, N.B.". File also includes correspondence from the Nova Scotia Power Corporation, to Freedman.
File contains the manuscript written by Freedman with G. Henry and J. Svoboda, for Arctic, volume 39, number 1. The file also contains a more-recent, expanded draft manuscript, elaborating upon that article, as well as correspondence.
File contains the draft manuscript written by Freedman and C. Stewart, for the Canadian Wildlife Service, about Utricularia radiata and Potamogeton pulcher in Spectacle Lake. Includes data related to macrophytes in both lakes.
File contains the draft manuscript report written by Freedman and C. Stewart, for the Canadian Wildlife Service via the Institute for Resource and Environmental Studies and the Department of Biology, Dalhousie.
File contains the summary of an interview, likely conducted by Dennis Magill, with Al Borovoy, Director, Canadian Civil Liberties Associations, in Toronto on November 14th, regarding the Africville relocation.
File contains the handwritten and typed summaries of two dozen interviews with relocated residents who participated in the Africville Relocation Study. The study was conducted by Don Clairmont and Dennis Magill in the late 1960s.
File contains the draft manuscript written by Freedman with R. Morash, P.N. Duinker, and U. Prager, for the Institute for Resource and Environmental Studies, dealing with sites in Annapolis, Kings, and Hants counties.