british standards institute

British-American Institute

The British-American Institute was a school started in 1842 by Josiah Henson as part of the Dawn Settlement, a community of fugitive slaves who had escaped to Canada. The institute was a school for all ages designed to provide a general education and teacher training. It was taken over by the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society in 1849. The school closed down in 1868.

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