Item 22300 - PHOTO0000000559

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FR PUNES AG 12-Photo-ED-22300

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PHOTO0000000559

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  • 1961 (Creation)

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English transcription (edited): Gooderham Day School for indigenous children, situated in the Paul First Nation, has 74 pupils aged between 6 and 14. The Paul Band located in Duffield has 350 inhabitants who continue to use the traditional Cree and Stoney languages of their ancestors. Jigsaw puzzles are a fascinating way of spending the recreation period.
French transcription (édité): La Gooderham Day School, école pour enfants enfants indigènes située dans la Réserve de Pauls Nation, comprend 74 élèves âgés de 6 à 14 ans. Les Indiens de Paul Band de 350 habitants parlent toujours les langues Cree et Stoney de leurs ancêtres. Ici jeu de patience pendant la récréation.
Description: Five children apparently aged 6-7 are in the photo. Four boys in the foreground play with a jigsaw puzzle on a table. One child in the background stands at a table with their back to the camera. One boy is partially sitting on the table with the puzzle. He looks like he is concentrating. Two boys wear dark shirts; two boys wear patterned sweaters. The children are wearing only socks, not shoes. The room's walls are bare. Sunlight fills the room.

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UNESCO / Paul Almasy. See Reproduction notice here: Photographic Archives

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