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Western Oblate Studies 5

Raymond Huel and Gilles Lesage (Eds.). Western Oblate studies 5/ Etudes Oblates De L'Ouest 5: Proceedings of the fifth Symposium on the History of the Oblates in Western and Northern Canada.  Centre culturel franco-manitobain, Winnipeg, 27-29 mai/May, 1999. Winnipeg: Presses universitaires de Saint-Boniface, 2000.

Carole Boily, “Les Soeurs grises et les oblats: 154 ans de collaboration. – This article explores the close collaboration between the Grey Nuns and Oblates from the earliest days of missionary work in the West. The author also provides information on archival sources.

Wayne A. Holst, “Native and Non-Native Voices on the Residential School Issue and Historical Revisionism: Writing Between the Times.” – This article examines writings on the residential schools and notes the historical revisionism of much contemporary scholarship. He examines various perspectives including a historiography of the future.

Henriette Kelker, “Patronage and Pilgrimage: Walking Under the Wing of Mary” – also in 'For the life of the World - The Missionary Oblates"

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