Saskatchewan Cemeteries Project - Regina Indian Industrial School Cemetery - Regina, Saskatchewan

Regina Indian Industrial School Cemetery

R.M. of Sherwood # 159   SW 28-17-20 W2
GPS   50.46853N   104.70956W

Photographed by Terrance B. Sweeney
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Duncan, Robert  14 May 1895 - 31 Aug 1896

Meredith, John  27 Feb 1893 - 16 Sep 1893

From the Regina Leader Post:

The school opened in 1891 west of Regina in what is now a growing industrial area. Like residential schools, industrial schools were used to strip aboriginal children of their culture, while enforcing Western ideals.

After the school closed in 1910, it served as the city jail, then the province's home for delinquent boys. In 1948, the school burned to the ground. Now, a portion of the property is home to the Paul Dojak Youth Centre

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