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Americanizing the American Indians, writings by the "Friends of the Indian," 1880-1900 / edited by Francis Paul Prucha

Label
Americanizing the American Indians
Title
Americanizing the American Indians
Statement of responsibility
writings by the "Friends of the Indian," 1880-1900 / edited by Francis Paul Prucha
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
970.5
Index
index present
LC call number
E93
LC item number
.P9652
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
Americanizing the American Indians, writings by the "Friends of the Indian," 1880-1900 / edited by Francis Paul Prucha
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 345-348) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • William Strong
  • Addresses at the Lake Mohonk Conferences
  • Merrill E. Gates
  • Statement of objectives
  • Indian Rights Association
  • Land and law as agents in educating Indians
  • Merrill E. Gates
  • Indian citizenship
  • Philip C. Garrett
  • Our Indian policy as related to the civilization of the Indian
  • Charles C. Painter
  • Statement on Indian policy
  • One: Indian policy reform.
  • Thomas J. Morgan
  • Two: Land in severalty.
  • Proposal for a general allotment law
  • Ezra A. Hayt
  • Recommendation of land in severalty
  • Carl Schurz
  • Allotment of land in severalty and a permanent land title
  • Hiram Price
  • The needs of the time
  • Herbert Welsh
  • Present aspects of the Indian problem
  • Defense of the Dawes Act
  • Henry L. Dawes
  • Indians becoming individual freeholders
  • L.Q.C. Lamar
  • The Indian and his property
  • Charles C. Painter
  • Minority report on land in severalty bill
  • House Committee on Indian Affairs
  • Debate in the Senate on land in severalty
  • Henry M. Teller
  • Carl Schurz
  • Preamble and platform
  • National Indian Defence Association
  • Three: Law for the Indians.
  • Law for the Indians
  • William Justin Harsha
  • The Indian before the Law
  • Henry S. Pancoast
  • Report of the Law Committee
  • Indian Rights Association
  • Report of the Law Committee
  • Solving the Indian problem
  • James B. Thayer
  • A people without law
  • James B. Thayer
  • The Indians and law
  • Henry L. Dawes
  • Four: Indian education.
  • Indian education
  • Board of Indian Commissioners
  • The English language in Indian Schools
  • J.D.C. Atkins
  • Henry L. Dawes
  • Education for the Indian
  • Lyman Abbott
  • Comments on Lyman Abbott's paper
  • Amelia S. Quinton
  • Comments on Lyman Abbott's paper
  • Seth Low
  • Supplemental report on Indian education
  • Thomas J. Morgan
  • A plea for the papoose
  • Thomas J. Morgan
  • Criticism of the reservation system
  • Compulsory education
  • Thomas J. Morgan
  • Inculcation of patriotism in Indian schools
  • Thomas J. Morgan
  • The advantages of mingling Indians with whites
  • Richard H. Pratt
  • A way out
  • Richard H. Pratt
  • Remarks on Indian education
  • Richard H. Pratt
  • Lyman Abbott
  • Christian education
  • Edward H. Magill
  • Christianizing the Indians
  • Merrill E. Gates
  • Sectarian contract schools
  • James M. King
  • Five: Closing the loopholes.
  • Courts of Indian offenses
  • Henry M. Teller
  • Rules for Indian courts
  • Remarks on Indian reform
  • Thomas J. Morgan
  • Instructions for issuing beef
  • Thomas J. Morgan
  • Wild West shows and similar exhibitions
  • Thomas J. Morgan
  • Condemnation of Wild West shows
  • Indian Rights Association
  • The Indians of the Indian Territory
  • Henry L. Dawes
  • Six: Epilogue.
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
vii, 358 pages
Isbn
9780674029750
Lccn
72092132
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)666829
Label
Americanizing the American Indians, writings by the "Friends of the Indian," 1880-1900 / edited by Francis Paul Prucha
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 345-348) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • William Strong
  • Addresses at the Lake Mohonk Conferences
  • Merrill E. Gates
  • Statement of objectives
  • Indian Rights Association
  • Land and law as agents in educating Indians
  • Merrill E. Gates
  • Indian citizenship
  • Philip C. Garrett
  • Our Indian policy as related to the civilization of the Indian
  • Charles C. Painter
  • Statement on Indian policy
  • One: Indian policy reform.
  • Thomas J. Morgan
  • Two: Land in severalty.
  • Proposal for a general allotment law
  • Ezra A. Hayt
  • Recommendation of land in severalty
  • Carl Schurz
  • Allotment of land in severalty and a permanent land title
  • Hiram Price
  • The needs of the time
  • Herbert Welsh
  • Present aspects of the Indian problem
  • Defense of the Dawes Act
  • Henry L. Dawes
  • Indians becoming individual freeholders
  • L.Q.C. Lamar
  • The Indian and his property
  • Charles C. Painter
  • Minority report on land in severalty bill
  • House Committee on Indian Affairs
  • Debate in the Senate on land in severalty
  • Henry M. Teller
  • Carl Schurz
  • Preamble and platform
  • National Indian Defence Association
  • Three: Law for the Indians.
  • Law for the Indians
  • William Justin Harsha
  • The Indian before the Law
  • Henry S. Pancoast
  • Report of the Law Committee
  • Indian Rights Association
  • Report of the Law Committee
  • Solving the Indian problem
  • James B. Thayer
  • A people without law
  • James B. Thayer
  • The Indians and law
  • Henry L. Dawes
  • Four: Indian education.
  • Indian education
  • Board of Indian Commissioners
  • The English language in Indian Schools
  • J.D.C. Atkins
  • Henry L. Dawes
  • Education for the Indian
  • Lyman Abbott
  • Comments on Lyman Abbott's paper
  • Amelia S. Quinton
  • Comments on Lyman Abbott's paper
  • Seth Low
  • Supplemental report on Indian education
  • Thomas J. Morgan
  • A plea for the papoose
  • Thomas J. Morgan
  • Criticism of the reservation system
  • Compulsory education
  • Thomas J. Morgan
  • Inculcation of patriotism in Indian schools
  • Thomas J. Morgan
  • The advantages of mingling Indians with whites
  • Richard H. Pratt
  • A way out
  • Richard H. Pratt
  • Remarks on Indian education
  • Richard H. Pratt
  • Lyman Abbott
  • Christian education
  • Edward H. Magill
  • Christianizing the Indians
  • Merrill E. Gates
  • Sectarian contract schools
  • James M. King
  • Five: Closing the loopholes.
  • Courts of Indian offenses
  • Henry M. Teller
  • Rules for Indian courts
  • Remarks on Indian reform
  • Thomas J. Morgan
  • Instructions for issuing beef
  • Thomas J. Morgan
  • Wild West shows and similar exhibitions
  • Thomas J. Morgan
  • Condemnation of Wild West shows
  • Indian Rights Association
  • The Indians of the Indian Territory
  • Henry L. Dawes
  • Six: Epilogue.
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
vii, 358 pages
Isbn
9780674029750
Lccn
72092132
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)666829

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