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Funding for this website was made available through the Canadian Memory Fund of Canadian Culture Online (CCO), Department of Canadian Heritage.

Library and Archives Canada (LAC) would like to thank Public History Inc. for its generous financial support of the digitization of the Red and Black Series records.

There are many individuals who contributed to the content of this Web exhibition, including:

Jean-Pierre Lukowycz
Patricia Kennedy
Bill Russell
Doug Whyte

Essay writers
Sean Darcy, "The Red and Black Series"
James Dempsey,"Aboriginal Soldiers and the First World War"
John Leslie, "Treaties, Surrenders and Agreements"
Frank Meness, "The Resources: An Aboriginal Perspective"

Francine Whiteduck provided careful review of the essays.

Select lines from "Artifacts," a poem by Frank Conibear, were used in the Flash introduction. Read the complete text of "Artifacts."

For more information about the images used in the Web design and the Flash Introduction, visit Photo Credits.

Finally, the Web Content and Services Division would like to thank all of the staff at LAC for their enthusiasm and dedication while working on this Web exhibition.

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