Finding my talk : how fourteen Native women reclaimed their lives after residential school
 

Finding my talk : how fourteen Native women reclaimed their lives after residential school
Xwi7xwa Library, University of British Columbia

2004
Book > Biography, Interviews
Creators
Grant, Agnes
Contributors
Starr, Marlene, Cardinal-Schubert, Joane
Description
"In Finding My Talk, fourteen aboriginal women who attended residential schools, or were affected by them, reflect on their experiences. They describe their years in residential schools across Canada and how they overcame tremendous obstacles to become strong and independent members of aboriginal cultures and valuable members of Canadian society"--publisher's website.

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ISBN
1894856570
Contents
Eleanor Brass, Cree -- Ida Wasacase, Cree -- Rita Joe, Mi'kmaq -- Alice French, Inuit -- Sister Dorothy Moore, Mi'kmaq -- Shirley Sterling, Nlakapmux -- Marjorie Gould, Mi'kmaq -- Doris Pratt, Dakota -- Edith Dalla Costa, Mixed Blood -- Bernice Touchie, Nuu-chah-nulth -- Mary Cardinal Collins, Metis -- Elizabeth Bear, Cree -- Sara and Beverly Sabourin, Ojibway.
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