18 cm of textual record and moving images. - 1 letter, 2 optical discs.
Chris Cromarty is an elder of Wunnumin Lake First Nation. Chris was born in Big Trout Lake in 1937 to Eila and Issac Cromarty. He lived in Big Trout Lake until he was eight years of age.
Chris attended Pelican Falls Indian Residential School from 1945-1952 and Shingwauk Indian Residential School from 1952-1956.
In 1994 Chris became the acting director of the health department at Wunnumin. In the late 1990s Chris was the first board chair of the amalgamated Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Win Health Centre. Chris worked in the health field until his retirement. Since retirement Chris has been actively involved with foster parenting.
Fonds comprises material about Chris Cromarty's statement to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Includes a letter and two DVDs.
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Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre