Across Canada and the United States, various iterations of Indian boarding schools were established in the 1800s to force the assimilation of indigenous children into Western culture. Children as young as two years old were taken from their homes and enrolled in compulsory education programs. Many would not reunite with their families for more than a decade; others would never…
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Forging a Modern Society – Photography and Corporate Communication in the Industrial Age (1911-1937)“Forging a modern society” showcases a collection of glass plate negatives and positives from an industrial archive and pieces together…
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