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A group photo of young native boys and girls

  • R-B11388
  • Item
  • 1930 or before

A group photo of young native boys and girls. The boys are dressed the same in jacket and trousers while the smal girls are all wearing similar white dresses. The children are probably at a residential school.

All Saints Anglican Residential School

  • R-A16862
  • Item
  • 1907 or after

All Saints Anglican Residential School, built in 1907 and rebuilt after it burned down. Operated by the government for Indian children.

Cheepoostatin (a.k.a. Pointed Cap) and other Indigenous people, Fort Qu'Appelle Indian Hospital, File Hills Residential School

Images depicting Indigenous people, life and customs, including: (1) File Hills elder Cheepoostatin (also known as Pointed Cap) with caption that reads "Pointed Cap (100 years) receiving Headman's Chit", ca. 1908; (2) teepee camp at the File Hills; (3) two teepees erected in a field; (4) Indigenous adults and children standing in a wagon with 'The Bain' on its side, with photo caption that reads "Jan. 1, 1917 - Calling on Indians"; (5) exterior view of the Provincial Indian Hospital at Fort Qu'Appelle, 1940s; (6) exterior view of the File Hills Indian Residential School, ca. 1909.

Children at All Saints Anglican School, Lac La Ronge

  • R-A6928 to R-A6931
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  • 1909-1912

Children at All Saints Anglican School, Lac La Ronge - beginners and junior girls in striped smocks, junior boys in Norfolk suits, and confirmation group (girls mostly in white, boys in dark suits).

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