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Madawaska Training School class picnic, Fort Kent, 1929

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Madawaska Training School class picnic, Fort Kent, 1929
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Madawaska Training School, founded in Fort Kent in 1878, served to train teachers through active teaching of local elementary school students in the institution's "model school." This is an image of Madawaska Training School students.

Pictured, front row (from left): Irene Cyr; Katherine "Kitty" Burns; Dorilda Deprey; Florence Thibodeau; David Garceau (MTS English professor).
Pictured, second row (from left): Elsie Violette; unidentified woman; Lydia Brissette.
Pictured, third row (from left): Edmond Dionne; Celina Charette.
Pictured, back row (from left): Umelda Smart; Jeanne Morin; Ruth Henderson; Lydia Simard; Firmin Pelletier; Amanda Plourde; Imelda Dube; Gilda Nadeau.

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