The Dawson City Museum and Indigenous Peoples (Part Two)

Written by: Madison Francoeur The paper is presented in two parts. Within part one, Robin outlined the Dawson City Museum’s relationship with Indigenous Peoples as presented in the data. Part two is a response written by me (a research assistant, Madison Francoeur). Positionality I would like to address that fact that I am an outsiderContinue reading “The Dawson City Museum and Indigenous Peoples (Part Two)”

Archival Research: Arguments Against Centralization

After a very intensive week in the Dawson City Museum (DCM) archives, I am sorting, reading, and analyzing what I found. The documents scanned are interesting and contributing to the narrative(s) about the DCM’s development. In order to help with the analysis, the “Archival Research” series considers the stories archival materials tell, looking at theContinue reading “Archival Research: Arguments Against Centralization”