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Native Residential Schools in North America: Punishment for the crime of being born Native Indian:

[Left]: Cree child Thomas Moore, as he appeared in his traditional Cree attire when admitted to the Regina Indian Industrial School [ca. 1897] Photo: Saskatchewan Archives Board R-A8223-1. Notice the staging of the gun in hand, ostensibly symbolizing his “savage” proclivities that would be necessarily purged by a heavy dose of duplicitous white man Christian indoctrination.

[Right]: “Civilized” Cree child Thomas Moore, the beginning of years of Christian inculcation at the Regina Indian Industrial School [ca.1897] Photo: Saskatchewan Archives Board R-A8223-2

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