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Dossier spécial – Archives et peuples autochtones

Qui sont ces enfants perdus ? Origine et conception du registre des noms des enfants autochtones décédés dans le système des pensionnats du Canada, selon le Centre national pour la vérité et réconciliation

  • Raymond Frogner and
  • Dominique Foisy-Geoffroy

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  • Raymond Frogner
    Directeur des archives, Centre national pour la vérité et réconciliation

  • Avec la collaboration de
    Dominique Foisy-Geoffroy
    Conseiller principal et chef d’équipe, bureau du bibliothécaire et archiviste du Canada adjoint, Bibliothèque et Archives Canada

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Cover of Volume 48, Number 2, 2019, pp. 4-178, Archives

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