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Parkhurst, “Introduction” 1. The first boarding school was established in 1879. What was going on with Indian tribes in the U.S. at that time? (Just a few events is fine.) 2. What were the arguments in favor of educating Indian children? Why did boarding schools emerge as a compelling option? 3. What did parents think of the boarding schools? 4. What types of music went on in the schools? Beck & Walters, pp. 3-32 (See Leganto Course Reserves) 1. Why do religions exist? 2. What is special/unique about Native American sacred ways? 3. What are the six tenets of Native American spirituality, explored on pages 8-24? Try to sum each idea up in your own words—just a phrase or a sentence. Parkhurst, Chapter 1 1. Why do you think I begin this chapter with the Haida story, “Raven and the First Human Beings”? What is that supposed to illustrate? 2. What was the Carlisle School, and who started it? 3. What story do the photos on page 29 seem to tell you?
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