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    NNBY Project Archivist Karly Leonard Presenting at "Our Trails Bring Us Together"

    NNBY Project Archivist Karly Leonard Speaking

    NNBY Project Archivist Karly Leonard is presenting on NNBY's Audio Recording Inventory Project (ARIP) at "Our Trails Bring Us Together" at Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre in Whitehorse. The project is funded by Library and Archives Canada, Discovery Heritage Communities Program.

     

    NNBY Project Archivist Karly Leonard is presenting on NNBY's Audio Recording Inventory Project (ARIP) at "Our Trails Bring Us Together" at Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre in Whitehorse today. The event is commemorating the creation of the Kohklux maps in 1869. The conference is running though tomorrow, October 27. First up was Ern Bieman of the Canadian Heritage Information Network. He was followed by Jenny Lu, Community Archivist of the Yukon Council of Archives. Our own project archivist, Karly Leonard, finished off the presentation. 

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