Documentary about the Native American Indian Boarding School Experiment . During the late and centuries, across the United States and Canada, the federal governments habitually required Native American children to attend residential boarding schools.
this still sickens me to see these young men ripped of their heritage like who they were was so bad this was the worst travesties done by our so called leaders and still the Native American is in the shadows their story not fully shared !
Boarding School, Cherokee Nation, Lawrence Panther, Seneca Indian Boarding School, Oklahoma, Native American History, Native American Education, Forced Assimilation, Assimilation, Cherokee Language, Native American students
Carlisle Indian Industrial School, Pennsylvania (c. Native American children taken from their familis and put into school to assimilate them into white society. The slogan for this governmental campaign: "kill the Indian to save the man".
Use of the boarding school as a tool to assimilate Native Americans in the United States was the brainchild of Lieutenant Pratt of the United States Army. These boarding schools were official U. government policy from the until the .
The Mohican Indian Lutheran Church, with a school annex, was built in 1901 on a small lake now called Mission Lake. The dormitory next to the church was built in 1908. In about 1923, after a new dormitory was built, the two-story building next to the church became the school. The boarding school clo
Do you know about the history of Indian boarding schools in the US? It's horrific – and still having a terrible impact on Native students today. Everyone (but especially educators) should know this information.