Victims of Benevolence

Victims of Benevolence An unsettling study of two tragic events at an Indian residential school in British Columbia which serve as a microcosm of the profound impact the residential school system had on Aboriginal communiti

  • Title: Victims of Benevolence
  • Author: Elizabeth Furniss
  • ISBN: 9781282643901
  • Page: 198
  • Format: ebook
  • An unsettling study of two tragic events at an Indian residential school in British Columbia which serve as a microcosm of the profound impact the residential school system had on Aboriginal communities in Canada throughout this century The book s focal points are the death of a runaway boy and the suicide of another while they were students at the Williams Lake Indian ReAn unsettling study of two tragic events at an Indian residential school in British Columbia which serve as a microcosm of the profound impact the residential school system had on Aboriginal communities in Canada throughout this century The book s focal points are the death of a runaway boy and the suicide of another while they were students at the Williams Lake Indian Residential School during the early part of this century Embedded in these stories is the complex relationship between the Department of Indian Affairs, the Oblates, and the Aboriginal communities that in turn has influenced relations between government, church, and Aboriginals today.

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    1. I think it is a book that shows the reader (s) how Aboriginal children were treated at residential schools and in this particular book it was The St. Joseph's Mission. All I can say is it was sad to read about various abuses and deaths.


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