66-668_001 appeared on Page 3 of the Monday, September 19, 1966 edition of the newspaper as part of the article: "4 Indian Girls Attend High Schools."
The title was supplied by Kitchener-Waterloo Record staff. The word “Indian” was used as a catchall to describe Indigenous peoples in Canada, more commonly referred to as members of First Nations, Inuit or Métis communities. The title has been maintained in its original form, in keeping with archival practice, to preserve the context in which the item was created. This approach, while potentially upsetting, allows for the critical assessment and questioning of historical material by contemporary researchers.
Indian Students [Published]
Image of Diane Waukey and Cheryl Johnston looking toward the camera with slight smiles as Diane points to Cape Croker on a map of Canada.
Photo caption from published version of 66-668_001: "Diane Waukey (left) points to Cape Croker, home town for her and Cheryl Johnston." The article identifies the four students as Ojibway.
Kitchener-Waterloo Record Photographic Negative Collection
1 photograph : b&w negative ; 6 x 7 cm
Waterloo (Ont. : Regional municipality)
University of Waterloo Library. Special Collections & Archives. Kitchener-Waterloo Record Photographic Negative Collection. Indian Students [Published]. 66-668_002.