The Chooutla Indian School, Carcross, Yukon Terr. history, objects and methods, means of support, needs.

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  • Chooutla Indian School (Carcross, Yukon Territory),
  • Church of England -- Education -- Yukon Territory.,
  • Indians of North America -- Canada -- Residential schools.

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SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 86249
The Physical Object
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June 30 Chooutla Indian Residential School closes as sufficient number of day schools exist in home communities of most children. Yukon Government takes possession of school property. Carcross Community Education Centre opens in former Chooutla School facility.

Compiled by General Synod Archives, Septem the Carcross, Yukon Residential School. Inthe Anglican Church first opened a school The Chooutla Indian School Carcross for Indian children.

Ina new school building was constructed to house 40 students. In students from the school at Forty Mile, Yukon, were moved to a small school in Carcross. In the federal government built the Choutla school.

The school had a reputation for poor health, harsh discipline, poor food, and unpleasant living quarters. View of Chooutla School. Yukon Archives, Anglican Church, Diocese of Yukon fonds, 86/61 # first residential school in the territory in at Carcross.

Chooutla Indian School. [Carcross, Yukon: Carcross by the Boys of the School], Location: PAM June 30 chooutla indian Residential school closes as sufficient number of day schools exist in home communities of most children.

Yukon govern-ment takes possession of school property. carcross community education centre sept. school restarts on new site in carcross, using opens in former chooutla school facility.

The post office made the name change official in In the Canadian government built a new residential school for Indian children at Carcross.

This began a dark and difficult era for Yukon native people as the Chooutla School often forcibly removed children from their families and kept them apart for months or years at a time.

Carcross, Yukon, Y0B 1B0 Phone: () Fax: () It was a school reunion — but not the celebratory kind. Students who attended Chooutla Indian Residential School in Carcross, Yukon, were invited back to the community this week to talk about what should be done with the site.

This week's gathering was organized by the Carcross/Tagish First Nation and the Carcross Tagish Management Corporation. Greenwoods, various Anglican Church workers, Chooutla School staff, Old Crow parishioners, Camp Gikhychon, the congregations at Minto and McCabe, and the refinery at Haines Junction.

Accession 88/ contains the St. Paul's Hostel matron's book and the Minute book of the Diocesan Board of the Anglican Church Women's Auxiliary, Diocese of Yukon. Featured News Laptops for K students. Yukon Terr. book First Nation has partnered with the Yukon Government to purchase laptops to assist our C/TFN students in K to Grade 12 in Yukon.

There are eight Indigenous languages in the Yukon. According to the YNLC’s website, seven of these languages, Gwich’in, Hän, Kaska, Northern Tutchone, Southern Tutchone, Tagish, and Upper Tanana “are from the Athapaskan family which spreads from central Alaska through northwestern Canada to Hudson Bay.”.

While Tlingit is distantly related to the Yukon Terr. book family, it’s spoken mainly. Untilno residential school operated north of Carcross (Chooutla), which sat on the southern-most part of the Yukon about kilometers from the Alaska border.

Untilno residential schools existed east of the Mohawk Institute, which was located The Chooutla Indian School the lands of the Six Nations at Brantford, Ontario. Initially called the Chooutla Residential School, and later named the Carcross Indian Residential School, it closed in Aklavik Anglican Indian Residential School was opened in at Shingle Point, 80 kilometres east of Herschel Island (Qikiqtaruk).

Due to overcrowding, the school was moved to Aklavik in St. It had been found in the woods near where the burned-down Chooutla residential school once stood in Carcross, Yukon.

A child’s shoe. Not quite a year later, we met again in his basement. Yukon Residential Schools: Carcross (Chooutla), Carcross, Yukon; focusing on former residents of the Lower Post Residential School, the Baptist Indian Mission School, and the Chaoutla Indian Residential School, as well as the where it won the Sheila A.

Egoff Children’s Book Prize, this autobiographical novel is written in the form. At the site of the former Chooutla Indian Residential School in Carcross, a community south of Whitehorse, students learned how community members are learning job skills through the process of cleaning the site up now that the school building is demolished.

Ap The Chooutla Indian Residential School at Carcross is destroyed by fire on April Ap The first of three twin-engined, ten-passenger Barkley-Grow planes bought by Yukon Southern Air Transport arrives in Whitehorse.

Ap Saloons may once again be operated throughout Alaska as of June 7. May. Chooutla Indian Residential School (Carcross, Yukon) 1; Church Camp Missions 1; Columbia Coast Mission 1; Diocese of Honan (China) 1; Ghana 1; Gordon's Indian Residential School, Gordon’s Reserve (Punnichy, Sask.) 1; Guiton, Geoffrey, 1; Hamilton, Florence Isabel, 1; Hamilton, Heber James, 1; Honan, Diocese of 1.

- The spirit lives on: the story of the Washakada Indian Home,and the Anglican Indian Residential School,with special references to the years since, - Melville, Sask.: Seniors Consultant Service, c - 1 vol., various pagings. Chooutla Indian Residential School (Carcross, YT) 1; Church NWT () in the Diocese of the Arctic.

He was involved with translation of portions of the Prayer Book and the Bible into Eastern Arctic Eskimo. Missionary Society in the Diocese of Selkirk (now Diocese of Yukon) and rector of the First Parish Church in the Yukon. The following is a list of school that operated as part of the Canadian Indian residential school system The first residential school was set up in with the last residential school closing in During this journey they became lost and had to eat boot leather in order to survive.

For the next ten years he was manager of Chooutla Indian Residential School, Carcross, Yukon, and then for seven years was principal of St. Paul's Hostel, Dawson City, Yukon. In he was ordained a deacon. tract of unexplored territory lies ahead of us, at whatever stage of our Scout journey we may happen to be.

That territory is full of signs and trails for us to follow, if we only care to set our powers of observation and deduction to work. The clearly defined trail of the Troop as a whole lies straight ahead of us, but that is by no means the only. Cote Improved Federal Day School (September to June ), Kamsack, Saskatchewan; Battleford Industrial School (December to May ), Battleford, Saskatchewan; BACK TO TOP.

Yukon Residential Schools: Carcross (Chooutla), Carcross, Yukon; Coudert Hall (Whitehorse Hostel/Student Residence - Predecessor to Yukon Hall), Whitehorse, Yukon.

effects of the Indian Residential School era A prayer book from St. Jude’s Anglican Church in Iqaluit, Nunuavut Chooutla Residential School, Carcross, Yukon. Merit Badges from the Blue Quills Residential School, Alberta.

Moccasins from the Edmonton Industrial School. Yukon. A brief history of the Chooutla is taken from the North ern : The Indian Boarding School was first established at Carcroaa In the spring of 1> For some years previous a small school was conducted at Fortymlle, under Bishop How pus.

who made it a matter of personal concern For severs. years It was carried on rather as a home for. The Bureau of Indian Affairs took four-year-old Emma from her family in Teslin; took her to the Chooutla Indian School in Carcross.

Schools like Chooutla exercised discipline that amounted to inexcusable cruelty. Getting caught speaking Tlingit brought an especially severe reaction. Emma vividly remembered the misery of her twelve years at the. to the federal government seeking compensation for losses to “Yukon Indians” and damages to their lands arising from the influx of newcomers ().

• “Baby George” is one of many children who die of tuberculosis at the Chooutla Indian Residential School ( in/near Carcross, Yukon) PRESHOW DISCUSSION ACTIVITY ON. Coates, K. “Betwixt and between”: The Anglican Church and the children of the Carcross (Chooutla) residential school, – BC Studies: The.

Whitehorse, YT Watson Lake, YT 18 Goose Bay, YT 9 Mayo, YT 9 Teslin, YT 8 Yukon 8 Haines Junction, YT 7 Dawson, YT 7 Dawson City, YT 6 Faro, YT 5 Old Crow, YT 4 Carmacks, YT 4 Pelly Crossing, YT 4 Carcross, YT 3 Destruction Bay, YT 3 Minto, YT 3 Tagish, YT 3 Burwash Landing, YT 1.

[Plan showing the Indian Reserve at Capilano Creek immediately north of the first narrows of Burrard Inlet.] [] X: Sketch to accompany Majr. Genl. Twigg's application for license to mine coal on Capilano Creek. Dec. 28th, Cariboo Crossing No. Plan of lots 15 & 16, Group 6, Yukon Territory.

The Bureau of Indian Affairs took four-year-old Emma from her family in Teslin; took her to the Chooutla Indian School in Carcross.

Schools like Chooutla exercised discipline that amounted to inexcusable cruelty. Getting caught speaking Tlingit brought an especially severe reaction.

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Richardson. Includes book illustrations depicting the west with views of mining, railroads, buffalo. They stopped at Carcross, Yukon Territory and decided to settle there. He taught at the Indian residential school and in was appointed the principal of the Carcross Territorial School.

In as well, he held his first major exhibition in Canada at the Robertson Galleries, Ottawa. “The Kennicott Network: Robert Kennicott and the Far Northwest,” Yukon Historical and Museums Association, Proceedings, No. 2 (). “Betwixt and Between: The Anglican Church and the Children of the Carcross (Chooutla) Residential School, ,” BC Studies, No.

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64 (Winter ). through Tagish-Tlingit territory to the Klondike gold fields. The shift from Native languages to English was further hastened by the establish-ment of the first residential mission school in the Yukon in Many Tagish and Tlingit children attended the Chooutla Anglican residential Moore and Hennessy: New Technologies and Contested.

The Indian Residential School at Carcross required much thought and careful planning. This school was founded by Bishop Bompas to provide an education and spiritual training for the Indians of the North--the Thlinget Tribes by Teslin Lake, the Wood Indians of Central Yukon.

iPortal is a full-text database of free & licensed articles, books etc for scholar, student & community focused primarily on Aboriginals & First Nations of Canada Chooutla School — Carcross, Yukon General Synod Archives, Anglican Church of Canada Brief history of the Carcross Residential School from to Revised version.Tagish was a language spoken by the Tagish or Carcross-Tagish, a First Nations people that historically lived in the Northwest Territories and Yukon in name Tagish derives from /ta:gizi dene/, or "Tagish people", which is how they refer to themselves, where /ta:gizi/ is a place name meaning "it (spring ice) is breaking up.They stopped at Carcross, Yukon Territory and decided to settle there.

He taught at the Indian residential school and in was appointed the principal of the Carcross Territorial School. In as well, he held his first major exhibition in Canada at the Robertson Galleries, Ottawa. In the summer of he moved to Whitehorse to establish.

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