Title: Shingwauk's Vision : A History of Native Residential Schools. Later Printing Paperback.
Publisher:  University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2012, ISBN:9780802078582
Seller ID: 109370
MILLER, J.R. Shingwauk's Vision : A History of Native Residential Schools. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, (2012). Later printing. Pp. (6),[vii]-xii,(4) of maps,-582. With several black and white photos reproductions. 8vo, illustrated yellowish card covers with black lettering to front cover and spine. Contents: I: Establishing the Residential School System: 1. 'The Three Ls': The Traditional Education of the Indigenous People; 2. 'No Notable Fruit Was Seen': Residential School Experiments in New France; 3. 'Teach Them How to Live Well and to Die Happy': Residential Schooling in British North America; 4. 'Calling In the Aid of Religion': Creating a Residential School System; 5. 'Dressing Up a Dead Branch with Flowers': The Expansion and Consolidation of the Residential School System. II: Experiencing Residential Schools: 6. 'To Have the Indian Educated Out of Them': Classroom and Class; 7. 'The Means of Wiping Out the Whole Indian Establishment': Race and Assimilation; 8. 'The Misfortune of Being a Woman': Gender; 9. 'Such Employment He Can Get at Home': Work and Play; 10. 'Bleeding the Children to Feed the Mother-House': Child 'Care'; 11. 'Sadness, Pain, and Misery Were My Legacy as an Indian': Abuse; 12. 'You Ain't My Boss': Resistance. III: Ending and Assessing Residential Schools: 13. 'Our Greatest Need Today is Proper Education': Winding Down the System; 14. Shingwauk's Vision/Aboriginal Nightmare: An Assessment. With many references to the Shubenacadie residential school, particularly in chapters 9 thru 12. Very good. 25.00