The mush hole : life at two Indian residential schools
Xwi7xwa Library, University of British Columbia

1997
Book > Interviews
Contributors
Graham, Elizabeth
Description
"The Mush Hole tells the story of two Indian Residential Schools using three voices. Voice-over is an analytical overview of the history of the schools from an anthropological perspective. Voice of Authority is a collection of documents including principals' reports, Indian Affairs Department correspondence, newspaper stories, and letters from parents, in the original words. In Voice of Experience over 60 former students share their memories of life at the schools"--back cover.

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ISBN
0968317901; 9780968317907
Contents
Part One: Voice-over / Elizabeth Graham -- Voice-over -- Plans - Promises - Pressures -- School Life and Times -- The Uses and Abuses of Power -- Footnote -- -- Part Two: Voice of Authority -- Mohawk Institute -- Mount Elgin -- -- Part Three: Voice of Experience -- Mohawk Institute -- Mount Elgin -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Correspondents -- People and Places Index -- Subject Index.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (pages 488-489) and indexes.
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