My Indian Residential School Days:The Beginning

For many generations throughout the early 1800?s till the latter 1900?s, thousands of First Nations children were taken from their homes and forced to attend residential schools across the United States and Canada. These Church run schools were funded by the government. The children were stripped of their language, culture and anything to do with their heritage.


  • BISAC: FIC059000,FIC014000
  • Pages: 136
  • Size: 8.5x5.5
  • ISBN 978-1-64084-089-8 ePub
  • ISBN 978-1-64084-090-4 MOBI
  • ISBN 978-1-64084-088-1 PDF
  • ISBN: 978-1-64084-091-1 Paper Back

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Terrance M. Hill Jr.

I, the author, have many relatives who attended the Indian residential school system many years ago. I was inspired to write this story through some of their experiences and stories I heard through the years.

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