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Christianity was a major part of Indigenous boarding schools – a historian whose family survived them explains

By Brenda J. Child, Professor of American Studies, University of Minnesota
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A historian of the residential schools explains how religion played a key role in assimilationist systems for Indigenous children in Canada and the United States.The Conversation

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