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"Adams has achieved something remarkable here: he offers a great deal of information on an important and difficult historical topic while never losing sight of its human dimension. Persuasive and moving, his book is full of good stories that should appeal to the general public."—Brian Dippie, author of The Vanishing American: White Attitudes and U.S. Indian Policy
"An outstanding contribution to the field of Indian history and the history of Indian education."—Robert Trennert, author of The Phoenix Indian School: Forced Assimilation in Arizona, 1891-1988
Author Biography: David Adams is associate professor of education at Cleveland State University and the author of chapters in Leonard Dinnerstein and Kenneth Jackson's American Vistas: 1877 to the Present and Philip Weeks's Native American Experience.
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