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Centre for Editing Early Canadian Texts fonds
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Centre for Editing Early Canadian Texts fonds

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  • 1949-2012

The fonds consists of records created and accumulated by the Centre for Editing Early Canadian Texts. There are nine series that comprise the fonds: Correspondence (1979-2006); Chronological Files (1980-1993); Minutes (1979-1995); Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) (1979-1995); Dissemination of Research (1979-1996); Centre for Editing Early Canadian Texts (CEECT) Books (1981-2006); Accounts (1979-1997), Miscellaneous (1949-1969); Le Chien d'or /The Golden Dog (1968-2012).

Centre for Editing Early Canadian Texts (CEECT)


This series is comprised of correspondence sent and received by CEECT in the course of its work relating to the research, publication, and funding of the project and each text. This series is divided into seven sub-series including personnel (1979-2006); general (1980-2006); editors (1980-2006); Carleton University (1979-2005); Carleton University Press (CUP) (1982-1997); miscellaneous (1982-1999); CEECT related (1982-1995). Personnel correspondence consists of graduate students and assistants who contributed to this project. The general editors, Carleton University Press, miscellaneous, and CEECT related correspondence includes notes regarding the research and processes associated with the publication of the CEECT texts as well as the dissemination of research.

CEECT was in correspondence with major academic institutions, early Canadian literary scholars, Canadian academic publishing houses, and British Commonwealth, United Kingdom, and American libraries and museums through the course of its publishing career. Correspondence with scholars and professionals in these areas facilitated the research for each CEECT edition.


This sub-series consists of personnel correspondence to and from CEECT, including graduate students and research assistants. This sub-series also contains job descriptions for the various research and administrative positions pertaining to CEECT.

CEECT hired numerous students and administrative support staff through the assistance of external SSHRC funding and internal funding from various departments at Carleton University. Additional funding came from the Work Study Program and Graduate Studies to employ undergraduate and graduate students.

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