St. Eugene Mission Residential School: 0003.0018

St. Eugene Mission Residential School

0003.0018: St. Eugene Mission Residential School

The St. Eugene Mission residential school near Cranbrook, BC. This school was built by the federal government to house and educate Ktunaxa children. It was run by the Catholic Church. Eventually the school was closed and in the 21st century the building was converted by the Ktunaxa Nation into a destination hotel, casino and surrounding golf course.

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  Circa 1950
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0003)


St. Eugene Residential School school Ktunaxa


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