RESEARCHING HISTORICAL ARCHIVAL DOCUMENTS FOR FAMILY HISTORY AND CULTURE.
Noreen specializes in researching First Nation/Metis History and First Nation/Metis family tree lines
She has had extensive experience in both editorial and visual archival research.
Many of her freelance assignments have focused on these areas for magazine articles/bulletins, documentaries and for her current book, but she has also helped out many families in finding their native ancestral roots.
She has worked with these and other organizations/agencies and individuals:
Library & Archives Canada/Ottawa
Museum of Civilization/Hull
Algonquin Way Cultural Center/Pikwakanagan
Hudson's Bay Company
Algonquin Provincial Park
Mattawa District Museum
Ralph Applebaum NYC
Museum of Human Rights - Winnipeg, Manitoba
Documentary - Treaty 9 - National Film Board "Trick or Treaty" director Alanis Obomsawin *AWARDED BEST RESEARCH
Documentary - "Colonization Road" director actress Michelle St. John
Please contact at firstname.lastname@example.org or via the "Contact" page on this website for further information, discussion and project fees.
Noreen provides a one-hour presentation regarding the book, The Ancestors are Arranging Things (or) she can provide workshops in non-fiction writing/journalism or genealogy for First Nation and Metis roots. Presentations have been given to school groups, historical societies, genealogy groups, archaeology organizations and at public museums and cultural centres, as well as libraries, book stores and writing societies to name a few.
Preference: an honorarium, travel expenses and overnight accomodations if need be.