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Title St Joseph's Industrial School fonds, 1 July-Dec 1888
Section Section IV: Religion & Empire
Date Jul-Dec 1888
Document Type Manuscript, Correspondence
Library Glenbow Museum
Reference M2019-1
Names Reverend E. Claude, Reverend Lacombe (ff63, 69), Bishop Grandin (ff151-154)
Places Canada, Calgary, Dunbow, High River, Regina, Blackfoot Crossing (f69), Macleod (f86),
Topics male writers, letter book, education, school for Native Americans, Blackfoot, Cree, St Joseph's Industrial School, Department of Indian Affairs, request for school supplies, wages (ff4, 54, 137), monthly report (ff26-29, 67-69, 121-129), annual report (ff89-94), health and disease, colic, diarrhoea (f67) doctors visits (f113), carpentry (ff28, 93), treaty, Treaty No. 7 (f35), admission of pupils (f35), obtaining children (ff63-64, 92), Indian agents (f63), agriculture, crops (ff68, 93, 143-144), discipline (ff86-87), police (f87), prejudice against the school (ff87, 92), inventory (ff95-107, 145-150), Hudson Bay Company (f118), Manitoba Free Press (f151), Frog Lake Massacre (ff151-154), massacre of Oblate missionaries (ff151-154)
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