Interview with Glenn Lickers

Reference Code: File - C 81-1-0-101
Title: Interview with Glenn Lickers
Date of Creation: July 1990
Physical Description:

1 file of textual records (includes 2 audio cassettes (ca. 90 minutes))

Forms Part of: C 81-1 - Osgoode Society Oral History Programme - General Programme interview files
Scope and Content:

File consists of oral history records documenting the life and career of Glenn Lickers (b. 1955), who was Chief of Police at the Six Nations Reserve in Ohsweken, Ontario. Interview topics include: schooling in Caledonia; Six Nations Reserve; native policing program; Six Nations Police Department. Interview conducted by Christine J.N. Kates. File includes two audio cassette recordings, a transcript (55 p.), and a copy one item of correspondence outlining how the oral history would be preserved and accessed through the Osgoode Society Oral History Programme.

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Interview conducted as part of the joint General and Regional Programme of 1990-1991.

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Location and Ordering Information: Textual records located in container B436852 ; sound recordings located in container B436677
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