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Saddle Lake First Nation Peoples Travel to Red Deer Indian Industrial School – Methodists – Circa 1900-1920

Saddle Lake First Nation Peoples, Parents & Children, Travel to Red Deer Indian Industrial School – Methodists – Circa 1900-1920

Saddle Lake First Nation Peoples – A group of students and parents from the Saddle Lake Reserve (Alberta), en route to the Methodist-operated Red Deer Indian Industrial School, Alberta,

Date of Photo/Image:     Unknown.

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Saddle Lake First Nation Peoples, Parents & Children, Travel to Red Deer Indian Industrial School - Methodists - Circa 1900-1920 a040715-v6

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Article Source(s):

Government

Library and Archives Canada

Photo Archive Search:

MIKAN no. 3194036

Date of Photo/Image:
Unknown.

Terms of use
Credit: Woodruff / Library and Archives Canada / PA-040715
Restrictions on use: Nil
Copyright: Expired

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By | 2017-06-21T22:42:55+00:00 June 20th, 2017|Alberta History, First Nations, Indigenous|0 Comments

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