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|Title||St Joseph's Industrial School fonds, 1 July-Dec 1888|
|Section||Section IV: Religion & Empire|
|Document Type||Manuscript, Correspondence|
|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)|