#1 Inuit children who lived too far away and had to stay at school during the summer at the Anglican Mission School in Aklavik, N.W.T. in 1941.
#2 The blackboard on the left reads: “Thou Shalt Not Tell Lies.” Cree students at the Anglican-run Lac la Ronge Mission School in Saskatchewan in 1945.
# 3 Sisters of the Soeurs du Sacré-Coeur d’Ottawa and students on the steps of the school on the Pukatawagan Reserve in Manitoba in 1960.
#4 La Tuque Residential School’s hockey team at a tournament held during the Quebec Winter Carnival in 1967.
#5 Canada’s first and only Indian Air Cadet Unit, “No. 610” in 1956. The boys are from the Roman Catholic-run Williams Lake, B.C., Residential School.
#6 Chemistry class at Kamloop’s Residential School in 1959
#7 Students play pool at the Norway House Residential School in Manitoba in 1960.
#8 Students at a dormitory of the Shingwauk Residential School in Ontario in 1960
#9 The carpentry shop at a Kamloops, B.C., residential school in the late 1950s.
#10 Children hold letters that spell “Goodbye” at the Fort Simpson, N.W.T, Residential School in 1922.
#11 Undated photo of a group of students and parents from the Saddle Lake Reserve in Alberta en route to the Methodist-operated Red Deer Industrial School.
#13 Shingle Point Residential School & Home For Boys, Mackenzie District, N.W.T. in 1930.