American Indian Education at Hampton and Carlisle [NOOK Book]

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Nook version of vintage magazine article originally published in 1881. Contains 49 Nook pages, with 11 illustrations.

Great info and illustrations on Indian education at Hampton and Carlisle seldom seen in the past 130 years.

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A natural, and therefore ...
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Overview

Nook version of vintage magazine article originally published in 1881. Contains 49 Nook pages, with 11 illustrations.

Great info and illustrations on Indian education at Hampton and Carlisle seldom seen in the past 130 years.

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A natural, and therefore valuable, stim¬ulus to their energies, and doing much to make men of them, has been the payment of wages. Part of the government ap¬propriation is given to them in this form instead of in clothing. They are expect¬ed to buy their own clothing out of it, ex¬cept their school uniform. There is some waste, but more profit, in the lessons thus taught of the relation of labor to capital.

The military organization of the school, thus far under the charge of Captain Henry Romeyn, Fifth Infantry, U.S.A., has been an important aid in their discipline, and general setting up of body and spirit. Sergeant Bear's Heart and Corporal Yellow Bird are as proud of their command, and as careful to maintain the honor of their stripes, as any West-Pointer; and the fleet-footed little "markers" would doubtless fight for their colors, if they would not die for them. Yellow Bird is janitor of the wigwam, and the present teacher in charge reports, "A cleaner school building I never saw." Saturday is general cleaning day. Only the outside of the platter was civilized at first, but the effect of clean halls was soon apparent. They wanted a clean house all through, and the boys went voluntarily down on their knees and scrubbed their own rooms.

During the summer vacation, from the middle of June to the first of October, the boys who remain at the school alternate farm-work with camp life at "Shellbanks," sleeping in tents, living outdoors, cooking for themselves, fishing, hunting, and rowing. For two summers a selected number - this year seventeen boys and eight girls - have been scattered among the farmers of Berkshire County, Massachusetts, working for their board, sharing the home life, and improving in health, English, and general tone. They have won a good report from the families which have taken them, even better this year than last, and have done much to increase public sympathy for their race.

The co-education of the sexes is regarded at Hampton as essential to the development of both these races in which woman has been so long degraded. The Indian girls' improvement has been as marked as the boys'. Their early inuring to labor has its compensation in a better physical condition apparently, and their uplifting may prove the most important factor in the salvation of their race. Besides the class instruction which they share with the boys, the girls are trained in the various household industries - washing, ironing, cooking, the care of their rooms, and to cut and make and mend their own clothes and the boys'. They all have flower gardens, and take great delight in them, and in decorating their rooms. The cooking class, under a teacher who has had charge of the "North End Mission" cooking school in Boston, is a very favorite "branch." Its daily successes are placed triumphantly upon the table of the class they belong to, and no doubt find the regular road to the hearts of the brave.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014784993
  • Publisher: history-bytes
  • Publication date: 6/14/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 508 KB

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