They Called Me Number One

Secrets and Survival at An Indian Residential School
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Xat'sull Chief Bev Sellars tells of the abuse and humiliation provided by the government-sanctioned Residential schools, in particular St. Joseph's Mission at Williams Lake. Told through her own eyes, and through the memories related by her mother and grandmother, who all attended St. Joseph's.

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