A Shameful Event In Canadian History. Residential School Legacy. Where Were They?. Residential Schools were located all across Canada. In total there were 130 schools located across Canada. Background. The first residential school was set up in the 1890’s by the missionaries.
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A Shameful Event In Canadian History
Residential School Legacy
Residential Schools were located all across Canada.
In total there were 130 schools located across Canada.
1857 - Gradual Civilization Act passed to assimilateIndians.1870-1910 - Period of assimilation where theclear objective of both missionaries and government was to assimilate Aboriginal children into the lower fringes of mainstream society1920 - Compulsory attendance for all childrenages 7-15 years. Children were forcibly taken from their families by priests, Indian agents and police officers. 1931 - There were 80 residential schools operating in Canada.1948 – There were 72 residential schools with9,368 students. 1979 – There were 12 residential schools with1,899 students.1980’s - Residential School students began disclosing sexual and other forms of abuse at residential schools. 1996 - The last federally run residential school, the Gordon Residential School, closes in Saskatchewan.1998 - The AFN establishes the In
Sioux Lookout Ontario
Opened: 1911 Closed: 1973
All Of The Beds Were Very Close Together
These Images Show A Young Boy Before And After Attending
The Girls Were Expected To Sew
The Boys Had To Do Chores Such As Farming
This is a picture of a girl who never
returned home, she passed away
when cholera struck the her school in
This was not right for the government to take them away from there families