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R-B158-1
Item Date
1914


The July 1st celebrations at Wroxton school attracted several school groups.


The first task facing many teachers in rural Saskatchewan was to teach the students English. Once these language skills had been learned, the schools could also accomplish their goal of Canadianizing the new immigrants.

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R-B158-1
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Keywords:
School Children; Torsk School District; Wroxton


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Image Preview R-B158-1 Photograph 01 - The July 1st celebrations at Wroxton school attracted several school groups.
Image Preview R-B158-4 Photograph 02 - Toporoutz and Chernowka students attended the July 1st celebrations at Wroxton.
Image Preview R-A4028-4 Photograph 03 - The 'Foreign Schools' Field Day' was an annual event which provided an opportunity to wave the flag.
Image Preview R-A4028-3 Photograph 04 - During the 'Foreign Schools' Field Day' efforts were made to encourage the merits of Canadian citizenship.
Image Preview R-177.10/4 Item 5 PDF Document 05 - The cultural origins of students within several school districts.
Image Preview VT R177.3 Chapter 1 Video 06 - Nation Building in Saskatchewan: 'The Ukrainians' - Chapter One (Silent Film)
Image Preview VT R177.3 Chapter 4 Video 07 - Nation Building in Saskatchewan: 'The Ukrainians' - Chapter Four (Silent Film)
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