Head, Clara and Maria Local History
Head, Clara & Maria Township Separate Schools


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  • Open New School at Deux Rivières
    TextImage  September 30 1958, p. 7     Clipping from the September 30, 1958 News Paper describing the Grand Opening ceremonies for Deux Rivières first Bilingual Separate School.
    TextImage  September 30 1958, p. 7   Clipping from the September 30, 1958 News Paper describing the Grand Opening ceremonies for Deux Rivières first Bilingual Separate School.
  • Opening of Separate School in Deux Rivieres c. 1958
    Imagemystery       Politicians pose for a picture taken inside the new (c.1958) Bilingual Separate School in Deux Rivieres, Ontario.
    Imagemystery     Politicians pose for a picture taken inside the new (c.1958) Bilingual Separate School in Deux Rivieres, Ontario.
  • Ribbon Cutting at the Deux-Rivières Bilingual Separate School c.1958
    Imagemystery       Ribbon cutting ceremony at the Deux Rivières Bilingual Separate School.
    Imagemystery     Ribbon cutting ceremony at the Deux Rivières Bilingual Separate School.
  • Deux-Rivières Bilingual Separate School c.1958
    Image       Photograph of the outside of the Deux-Rivières Separate School.
    Image     Photograph of the outside of the Deux-Rivières Separate School.
  • Meeting to Establish a Separate School in Stonecliffe (c.1953)
    Text       Document requesting a meeting of the Roman Catholic freeholders and householders of Head Township, and notes of said meeting January 30, 1953 held at Our Lady of the Snows Parish at 8 p.m.
    Text     Document requesting a meeting of the Roman Catholic freeholders and householders of Head Township, and notes of said meeting January 30, 1953 held at Our Lady of the Snows Parish ...
  • Separate School Open in Deux Rivieres
    TextImagemystery  Pembroke Daily Observer, September 29 1958     CUTTING THE RIBBON for the new Deux Rivieres bilingual separate school Sunday afternoon was Rene Houle. Behind Mr. Houle stands Rev. Brown, parish priest.

    Bilingual School At Deux Rivieres

    More than 100 interested spectators gathered at Deux ...

    TextImagemystery  Pembroke Daily Observer, September 29 1958   CUTTING THE RIBBON for the new Deux Rivieres bilingual separate school Sunday afternoon was Rene Houle. Behind Mr. Houle stands Rev. Brown, parish priest.

    Bilingual School At Deux ...
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Head, Clara & Maria Township Separate Schools


Documenting the History of Separate Schools in the Township