A friend and I visited the Museum of Anthropology for the special exhibit on St. Michaels, an Indian residential school that was run from 1929-1986. It was spectacular! The exhibit was well organized, featuring pictures of the residents taken during the 30's by one individual student. There were also quotes taken from governmental proceedings during the development of the residential schools and from the students, giving an account of thier time at St. Michaels.
We didn't have much time to go through the rest of the museum, but it was very clean, well designed, and had lots of artifacts and stories from various people groups around the world.
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