Address of Lt. Col. H.M. Jones, Director of Indian Affairs : National Superintendents' Conference, Banff, September 14, 1959.: R5-332/1959E-PDF
"In its final report to Parliament in 1948, the Special Joint Committee of the Senate and House of Commons on Indian Affairs, which had convened over a period of three years, recommended that in the field of education steps should be taken, and I quote, "to prepare Indian children to take their place as citizens"; and to quote further, ''Wherever and whenever possible, Indian children should bs educated in association with other children." How far have we succeeded in carrying out this mandate?"--p. 2-3.
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|Department/Agency||Canada.Indian and Northern Affairs.|
|Title||Address of Lt. Col. H.M. Jones, Director of Indian Affairs : National Superintendents' Conference, Banff, September 14, 1959.|
|Variant title||National Superintendents' Conference, Banff, September 14, 1959|
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|Note(s)||Digitized edition from print [produced by Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada].|
|Publishing information||[Banff, AB?] : [Indian and Northern Affairs?], 1959.|
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|Subject terms||Indians, Aboriginal affairs, Statements|
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