Indian residential schools : a research study of the child care programs of nine residential schools in Saskatchewan / Prepared for: Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development ; Project director:...: R5-632/1967E-PDF
"A centennial year is an excellent occasion for taking stock of our accomplishments of the past and developing new forward thrusts to meet old problems. It is most appropriate therefore that the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development should have commissioned a study of our native Canadian children who are served in residential schools, in time for a report early in 1967"--Introduction, p. 1.
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|Department/Agency|| Canada. Indian and Northern Affairs. |
Canadian Welfare Council.
|Title||Indian residential schools : a research study of the child care programs of nine residential schools in Saskatchewan / Prepared for: Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development ; Project director: George Caldwell.|
|Variant title||Research study of the child care programs : nine residential schools in Saskatchewan|
|Note(s)|| "January 31, 1967." |
Digitized edition from print [produced by Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada].
|Publishing information||Ottawa : Canadian Welfare Council, 1967.|
|Author / Contributor||Caldwell, G. H.|
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|Subject terms|| Aboriginal peoples |
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