Order of OMI in B.C., Thomas K. Fleming Collection of British Columbia History
"The Oblates of Mary Immaculate, along with several Congregations of Sisters, played a major role in the Indian Residential schools in Canada . . . [This booklet] attempts to situate the schools in their historical context . . . The first part presents an historical overview of the schools. This is followed by a consideration of some of the controversial issues regarding the nature of the schools and the conditions in them. Finally, the booklet takes a cursory look at each of the Catholic residential schools in British Columbia, and supplies data concerning residential school enrolment and funding on both the provincial and national levels"--Introduction.