- 28th Annual Archaeological Report 1916
- 29th Annual Archaeological Report 1917 – The Nipissings: Coming of the White Man
- Chief Semo Commanda 1828-1938
- Chief Alexander Dokis 1916 (Letter)
- Jesuit Journals
- Nipissing 1927
- Nipissing Legends of the Nipissing Tribal Indians
- Personal Recollections of Residential School
What our community can do to ensure the restoration of language, culture and heritage:
Understand the importance of language restoration. The values, world view and understanding of the land is embedded in our language.
- Understand the importance of culture restoration and of traditional ceremonies and culture to our original values. These values create a strong foundation and empower Anishinaabe identity for families.
- Share old family photos and documents of people, places and community events with the Library or Culture Centre to fully show the culture of Nbisiing.
- Donate fabric, ribbon, thread, beads, trimmings, etc. to the Culture Centre. These materials go to help volunteers make basic regalia for children.
- Become a volunteer at the annual pow wow. The best way to see your vision in the restoration of culture and language is to become actively involved.