Historic Sites of Manitoba: 
"Birtle Indian Residential School (Birtle)" -

"The first facility at the Town of Birtle used for the education of Aboriginal children was known as the “Stone School”. Built in 1882, it was situated two blocks west of the Main Street bridge. Originally built as a school for the children of Birtle, Mayor J. S. Crawford persuaded the federal government in 1890 to lease the building as a boarding school for Aboriginal children from surrounding reserves. They used it for a year or

Historic Sites of Manitoba: "Birtle Indian Residential School (Birtle)" - "The first facility at the Town of Birtle used for the education of Aboriginal children was known as the “Stone School”. Built in 1882, it was situated two blocks west of the Main Street bridge. Originally built as a school for the children of Birtle, Mayor J. S. Crawford persuaded the federal government in 1890 to lease the building as a boarding school for Aboriginal children from surrounding reserves. They used it for a year or

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