St. John the Divine
On Lee House
All Hallow's School
In 1884, All Hallow's School for First Nations girls in the Yale area was opened by Sisters of the Anglican Church. The home built by CPR contractor Andrew Onderdonk was used for classrooms and dormitories. The school was re-opened in a new format after its quality of teaching was well known:
Before the school was established, major fires in town caused considerable damage. Look at what is left of the Firewall that protected against a blaze.
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