East Window of Chapel. The window references the European acculturation and Evangelization in Canada. It represents a European, a Frist Nations, and an Inuit from peace accord in 1820. The work is symbolic and not meant to be a record of an actual event. It wasn’t until 1833 that the first Anglican residential school was established by Rev. John West and George Harbridge. Williams notes that she designed, chose the colouring, and painted the glass while John Greene made the cartoon. Lead Investigator and Photograph: C. Cody Barteet (firstname.lastname@example.org).
First nations, Inuit, West, Harbridge, Williams, Greene, Stained Glass, St. Michael, All Angels, Toronto