Indian School Road : Legacies Of The Shubenacadie Residential School

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Indian School Road: Legacies of the Shubenacadie Residential School features varies perspectives of the founders, teachers, and survivors of the Shubenacadie Residential school. Even though there are gaps to the history, Chris Benjamin has drawn from several sources to give a sense of how the school came to be. It discusses the traumatizing environment that Aboriginal children were put in. The book has a similar outline as my approach for this paper and it also offers additional sources and further readings.

Castellano, Marlene Brant, Linda Archibald, and Mike DeGagné. From Truth to Reconciliation: Transforming the Legacy of Residential Schools. Ottawa: Aboriginal Healing Foundation, 2008.

This books shows the difference experiences generated difference perspectives on the truth. The book seeks to find the truth and acknowledge the wrong that has been done with suppressing the truth. The book includes several biographies and stories from survivors of residential schools and the focus of reconciliation.

Conrad, Margaret, Alvin Finkel, and Donlad Fyson. History of the Canadian Peoples: 1867 to the Present. 6th ed. Vol. 2. Pearson Education Canada, 2009.

Our textbook has a few page and a section called “More to the Story” on residential schools. It provides several facts and dates. It also provides the perspective of both the government and Aboriginal parents and children.
Croteau, Jill. "How Orange Shirt Day Honouring Residential School Survivors Came to Be." Global…

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