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Western Oblate Studies 2

WESTERN OBLATE STUDIES 2Raymond Huel (Ed.). Western Oblate Studies 2/ Etudes Oblates De L'Ouest 2: Proceedings of the Second Symposium on the History of the Oblates in Western and Northern Canada. Faculté Saint-Jean, Edmonton, 22-23 juillet/July 1991. The Edwin Mellen Press, Lewiston/Queenston/Lampeter, 1992.

Robert Carney, III. Les écoles residentielles/Residential Education: Residential Schooling at Fort Chipewyan and Fort Resolution 1874-1974 – This article explores the complex issue of residential schools in both a historical and contemporary context. Carney presents the intent behind the theory and formation of the schools (“the Native-Wilderness Equation”) and the conflict between the native-centred Oblate view and the federal government regulations. - (English)

Gilles Cadrîn, VI. The Material Past/Le patrimoine materiel: Émile Legal: de l’architecture des missions à l’architecture monumentale – This article explores Bishop Legal’s role as an “architect-builder.”  The author explores Legal’s role in the design and building of various mission structures and churches in Alberta. His greatest work, though not completed, was the Cathedral of Saint-Albert. (Français)

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