Traf: A History of Trafalgar School for Girls

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Traf: A History of Trafalgar School for Girls
Abstract
The "Trafalgar Institute" was founded in 1871 by Montreal merchant Donald Ross (1811-1877) who believed that (Protestant) girls should have the same educational opportunities as boys. Ross bequeathed the bulk of his estate for the establishment of the first English language girls' school in Montreal. With additional financial assistance from Sir Donald Smith (Lord Strathcona), the school opened its doors in 1887.
Place
Montreal
Publisher
The School
Date
2000
Language
en
Citation
Gillett, Margaret. Traf: A History of Trafalgar School for Girls. Montreal: The School, 2000.
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