The issues of a young native american in gertrudes bonins the civilizing machine

By 1900 thousands of native americans were studying at almost 150 boarding such schools often met fierce resistance from native american parents and youth pratt's pragmatic and frequently brutal methods for “civilizing” the “savages,”.

Group picture 14 native american children standing on a porch holding cups a christian and school influence, and a mode of living approaching civilization.

The issues of a young native american in gertrudes bonins the civilizing machine

Zitkála-šá (1876–1938) (lakota: red bird), also known by the missionary-given and later married name gertrude simmons bonnin, during this time, she began gathering native american legends, translating included in the same issue were impressions of an indian childhood and school days of an indian girl.

The issues of a young native american in gertrudes bonins the civilizing machine
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