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Where are the children? : healing the legacy of the residential schools. Share Link
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001  24566
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005  2021-11-18
008  071217s2003    onc          u000 0 fre u
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110  2 aNational Archives of Canada.
245  10aWhere are the children? :bhealing the legacy of the residential schools.
246  31aQue sont les enfants devenus? : l'expérience des pensionnats autochtones.
260    aOttawa :bLegacy of Hope Foundation,c©2003.
300    a64 pages billustrations, portraits ;c28 cm.
500    aText in English and French.
500    aCatalogue of an exhibition held at the National Archives of Canada, June, 2002 to Nov., 2003.
500    aLaid in: Press release June 17, 2002 "Governor General to open exhibition at the National Archives" issued by the National Archives of Canada and printed from the Library and Archives of Canada web site.
505  0 aA message from Richard Kistabish, Chairman, Legacy of Hope Foundation -- A message from George Erasmus, Chairman, Aboriginal Healing Foundation -- A message from Ian Wilson, National Archives of Canada -- Where are the children? : healing the legacy of the residential schools, by Jeff Thomas, Iroquois (Onondaga) Guest curator -- Don't forget who you are (an interview with Shirley Williams) -- The Aboriginal Healing Foundation and the Legacy of Hope Foundation : helping people heal themselves in the aftermath of the residential school system.
520    aBook for an exhibit which is the result of a partnership between the National Archives of Canada, the Aboriginal Healing Foundation and the Legacy of Hope Foundation. The electronic version is a virtual exhibition presenting photographs largely from public and church archival collections, from as early as 1880 to the 1960s.
541  0 aWilson, Ian A.
650   4aIndigenous peopleszCanadaxResidential schoolsxHistoryvExhibitions.
650   4aIndigenous peopleszCanadaxEducationxHistoryvExhibitions.
650   5aFirst NationszCanadaxResidential schools.
710  20aAboriginal Healing Foundation (Canada)
710  20aLegacy of Hope Foundation (Canada)

Other Title(s):

  • Que sont les enfants devenus? : l'expérience des pensionnats autochtones.

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1 PAMPH 2003 #37 Library Stacks Circ PRINT/ENV

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Publication Details:

  • Ottawa : Legacy of Hope Foundation, ©2003.

Description:

  • 64 pages illustrations, portraits ; 28 cm.

Notes:

  • Text in English and French.
  • Catalogue of an exhibition held at the National Archives of Canada, June, 2002 to Nov., 2003.
  • Laid in: Press release June 17, 2002 "Governor General to open exhibition at the National Archives" issued by the National Archives of Canada and printed from the Library and Archives of Canada web site.
  • Wilson, Ian A.

Contents:

  • A message from Richard Kistabish, Chairman, Legacy of Hope Foundation -- A message from George Erasmus, Chairman, Aboriginal Healing Foundation -- A message from Ian Wilson, National Archives of Canada -- Where are the children? : healing the legacy of the residential schools, by Jeff Thomas, Iroquois (Onondaga) Guest curator -- Don't forget who you are (an interview with Shirley Williams) -- The Aboriginal Healing Foundation and the Legacy of Hope Foundation : helping people heal themselves in the aftermath of the residential school system.

Abstract:

  • Book for an exhibit which is the result of a partnership between the National Archives of Canada, the Aboriginal Healing Foundation and the Legacy of Hope Foundation. The electronic version is a virtual exhibition presenting photographs largely from public and church archival collections, from as early as 1880 to the 1960s.

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Record ID: 24566