The fifth in a series of writings about one survivor’s time at a Prairies residential school and beyond.
The fourth in a series of Indian residential school reminiscences from a survivor of Saskatchewan and Manitoba schools in the 1950s.
The third in a series by a residential school survivor who attended institutions in Saskatchewan and Manitoba in the 1950s.
The second in an ongoing series of writings by a survivor of Canada’s residential school system.
Jane Glennon (Woodland Cree), B.A., B.S.W., M.S.W., is a retired social worker, counsellor and teacher who currently lives in Prince Albert, SK. A member of the Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation, her published work includes “Traditional Parenting,” a chapter in the book, As We See… Aboriginal Pedagogy (University of Saskatchewan Extension Press, 1998). = = = […]