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The Resource Americanizing the American Indians, writings by the "Friends of the Indian," 1880-1900

Americanizing the American Indians, writings by the "Friends of the Indian," 1880-1900

Label
Americanizing the American Indians
Title
Americanizing the American Indians
Statement of responsibility
writings by the "Friends of the Indian," 1880-1900
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Prucha, Francis Paul
Dewey number
970.5
Index
index present
LC call number
E93
LC item number
.P9652
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Prucha, Francis Paul
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Indians of North America
  • Indians of North America
  • Indianen
  • Binnenlandse politiek
Label
Americanizing the American Indians, writings by the "Friends of the Indian," 1880-1900
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages [345]-348
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
Control code
666829
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
(WaOLN)438210
Label
Americanizing the American Indians, writings by the "Friends of the Indian," 1880-1900
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages [345]-348
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
Control code
666829
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
(WaOLN)438210

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