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Title St Joseph's Industrial School fonds, 1884-June 1885
Section Section IV: Religion & Empire
Date 1844-1848
Document Type Manuscript, Correspondence
Library Glenbow Museum
Reference M2019-1
Notes Father Albert Lacombe [principal 1884-1885], John Little [assistant to principal].
Region North America
Names Father Albert Lacombe [principal 1884-1885], John Little [assistant to principal]
Places Canada, Calgary, Dunbow, High River, Regina, Ottawa (ff5, 60, 72, 75), Winnipeg (f5), Blackfoot Crossing (f43),Toronto (f63)
Topics male writers, letter book, Native American school, Blackfoot, education St Joseph's Industrial School, Department of Indian Affairs, request for school supplies (ff5, 10, 14, 22, 33, 36-37, 45, 58, 72, 82, 96), rations (ff31, 34), Government store (f72), letter press (f5), school staff, Farmer instructor (ff5, 39, 49, 63, 74), crops (f49), Trade instructor (f5), appointments (ff39-40, 55), agents (ff37, 73, 87), procuring children (ff5, 37, 52-53, 85-87), desertion (ff35, 37, 52, 65, 85, 88), attendance table (ff64-65), discipline (ff42, 52), police (ff43, 88), construction of a chapel (f48), progress of school (ff52-57, 85-89), Ottawa College (f60), magic lantern (f60), Annual Report of Indian Affairs (f61), health and disease, medicine (f62), missionaries, Catholic Mission (f72)
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