1. Typewritten note by Janet Carmichael, 1988: “Indian story of accidental drowning”. Pinakik, Mang, Wapimankokwe, Ikwadawekue (Whiteduck family). The note refers to a plaque in the Arnprior cemetery. Re name change from William Whiteduck to William McLaren.
2. Typewritten note by Janet Carmichael, 1988: “The White Ducks, from the Indian’s Turn”. Peter Whiteduck.
3. Printout of 1995 Result for query “Whiteduck” from National Archives home page on the Internet. Address: www.archives.ca. Joseph Whiteduck, Peter Whiteduck.
4. Printout from 1995 “Red Desert Native BBS” — “Native Network”, obviously in its infancy.
5. Engraving, “The Squaw’s Grave, Ottawa River” by J.C. Bentley after a painting by W.H. Bartlett, also a Photocopy thereof. This was purchased by Peter Hessel in Ottawa and donated to the Archives.
6. Letter from Barbara MacPherson of B.C. to Peter Hessel, dated Dec. 5, 1996, re Algonkins (Anishinabi), Nicholas de Vignau, etc. Peter’s reply in his computer system under correspondence.
7. Photocopy of an article by Peter Hessel in the Chronicle Weekender Supplement of June 20, 1998, entitled “The original inhabitants of Arnprior.
8. Handwritten notes re census records: David Serro, Ellen Serro, Peter Whiteduck, Indian Turn [Indians’ Turn. Indian’s Turn] near Sand Point.
9. Photocopy of pages 9 and 10, McNab — The Township, re Whiteduck family and other Indians. Kohoko, Choquant, Aquakite, Dalavid, Rolaga, Sulaga, Serro, Iroceau, Denny, Deore, etc. Most of these names are mis-spelled in the census.
10. Handwritten note by Kirstin Jeffrey about “old Indian legend” [Wankan Rock, Awankan Rock]. Peter Hessel has written a story based on this legend. It was published in a Your Neighbour in the Ottawa Valley (Vol. 1 No. 4 Fall 1999). See charcoal drawing by M. Laronde in map cabinet.
11. Event recorded: Chronicle, May 8, 1914, page 2: [mysterious] short reference under “This week 24 years ago (1890)”: Messrs. Francis Bros. of Pakenham sold the White Lake Indian reserve to Messrs. Saxe Brothers of Albany, N.Y for $100,000.