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What is Native American Education?

Native American education is the study of the education of indignious peoples of the Americas, particularlly North America. Included in this study is the history, culture, religion, dress, and food of these people, and their interaction and evential assimiliation (for some) into the dominant white society.  In this guide you will find many resources in the Library and on the Internet that pertain to Native American History.


Richard Henry Pratt

Lieut Richard Henry Pratt, Founder and Superintendent of Carlisle Indian School, in Military Uniform and With Sword 1879.


Welcome to the Native American Education Research Guide!

Here is a picture of some of the boys who attendend the Armstrong Academy, a Choctaw boarding school a few miles northeast of present day Bokchito. The picture was taken about 1905-1909. Armstrong Academy


How Can You Use This Research Guide?

This Research guide is intended to identify for you resources that will help in doing research on Native Americans. Many of these resources are what is called Primary Resources, which forms the backbone of historical research.


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