St. Cyprian’s Residential School (Peigan)

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Primary Name(s): St. Cyprian’s (Queen Victoria’s Jubilee Home)

Location: Brocket (Peigan Reserve), AB

Religious Entity(ies): Anglican

Operating Dates: 1890 – 1961

In 1890, the Anglican Peigan Mission Home opened at St. Peter’s Mission on the Peigan Reserve in what is now Alberta. In 1897 it was replaced by a new school, the Victoria Jubilee Home for Indian Children, near Brocket. It was replaced by a new school, known as St. Cyprian, in 1927. In 1946 the school barn was destroyed by fire. While attendance was as high as 60 students in the 1950s, by 1961, the year the school closed, it had declined to 35.


Remembering the Following Students:

Name
Date of Death (Year/Month/Day)
Donat Crow Shoe
1934-06-01
Frank Calf Chief
1899-01-07
Gloria White Cow
1944-12-26
John Alexander
1895-09-23
John Bright Iron
1899-01-07
Louis Bastien
1937-05-27
Stanley Big Swan
1935-01-01

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