Book New Release
Residential Schools, With the Words and Images of Survivors, A National History by Indigenous Education Press (IEP)
Co-Authors award-winning Larry Loyie (Cree), Constance Brissenden and Wayne K Spear (Mohawk)
Please follow the link below (after the logos) for an electronic preview version called Residential Schools Book pdf courtesy of the distributor GoodMinds.com.
Featuring the memories of more than 70 survivors, the books touches on the history of Residential Schools across the country, including a map and 125 photos.
Written in honour of all survivors, readers of all ages especially young adults describe – Residential Schools – as educational and moving.
We are welcoming reviews.
For further information, please visit our website at or contact Jeff Burnham, Publisher IEP by calling 519-761-0366.
IEP website which includes reviews: http://indigenouseducationpress.ca/
I would love to review this book. I taught aboriginal studies for many years at fanshawe college. I have read ‘A National Crime and Shinwauk’s Vision , both excellent book on the residential school experience but I cannot find the e-version for perusal
Please contact us for a pdf version for review. Thank you, Larry Loyie and Constance Brissenden