Historical Thinking Concepts: The Georgetown Armenian Boys

Readings by Asya Darbinyan, Aram Adjemian, and Isabel Kaprielian-Churchill

Published by the Sara Corning Centre for Genocide Education

Historical Thinking Concepts: The Georgetown Armenian Boys provides teachers with three concise readings about international and Canadian aid for the victims to the Armenian Genocide and about the Georgetown Armenian Boys. These readings are followed by several primary and secondary sources which provide students with insight into what Canadians were reading at the time and into the lives of the Georgetown Boys through sample articles from their monthly newsletter “Ararat Monthly”. 
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The Corning Centre has also developed a teacher’s resource that complements this booklet which you can download here.

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