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Author Shillinger, Sarah.
Title A case study of the American Indian boarding school movement : an oral history of Saint Joseph's Indian Industrial School / Sarah Shillinger ; with a foreword by Betsy Levonian Morgan.
Imprint Lewiston, N.Y. : Edwin Mellen Press, c2008.

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 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  E97.6.S8 S35 2008    AVAILABLE  
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 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  E97.6.S8 S35 2008    AVAILABLE  
Author Shillinger, Sarah.
Subject Saint Joseph's Indian Industrial School (Keshena, Wis.) -- History.
Boarding schools -- Wisconsin -- Keshena -- History.
Boarding schools -- Wisconsin -- Menominee Indian Reservation -- History.
Menominee children -- Education -- Wisconsin -- Keshena.
Menominee children -- Cultural assimilation -- Wisconsin -- Keshena.
Menominee Indians -- Government relations.
Menominee Indian Reservation (Wis.) -- History.
Menominee Indian Reservation (Wis.) -- Social conditions.
Description viii, 147 p. ; 24 cm.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 133-140) and index.
Contents The organizational history of Saint Joseph's Indian Industrial School -- "To serve them all my life" : a teacher's perspective of Saint Joseph's Indian Industrial School -- Mush college : everyday life at Saint Joseph's -- "The Indians must conform the 'the White man's ways', peaceably if the will, forcibly if they must" -- I am still Menominee? The ultimate failure of Saint Joseph's Indian Industrial School -- Immigrants, education, and the American Indian boarding school movement.
ISBN 9780773450158
0773450157
OCLC # 232131307
Table of Contents
Ch. 1The Organizational History of Saint Joseph's Indian Industrial School17
Ch. 2"To Serve Them All My Life": A Teacher's Perspective of Saint Joseph's Indian Industrial School43
Ch. 3Mush College: Everyday life at Saint Joseph's61
Ch. 4"The Indians Must Conform to 'the White Man's Ways', Peaceably if They Will, Forcibly if They Must"79
Ch. 5I Am Still Menominee? The Ultimate Failure of Saint Joseph's Indian Industrial School95
Ch. 6Immigrants, Education, and the American Indian Boarding School Movement111
App. AContract between the Commissioner of Indian Affairs and the Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions for 1904127
App. BAdministrators of Saint Joseph's Indian Industrial School131
App. CUnedited Interviews from Chapter Two132
 Bibliography133
 Index141