Boarding School Routine Boarding school life was harsh At many schools they

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Boarding School Routine Boarding school life was harsh. At many schools they wore cadet uniforms, marched to class when a bell rang & obeyed teachers' commands. A typical day's schedule followed as: 5:3O Rising bell. 5:3O-6:OO Dress and report for athletics. 6:OO Warning bell. 6:OO-6:2O Setting-up exercise. 6:2O-6:25 Roll call. 6:25 Breakfast bell; raise flag. 6.25-6:3O Line up; march to dinning hall. 6:3O-7:OO Breakfast 7:OO-7:25 Care of rooms. 7:15 Sick call; bugle. 7:25 Work bell. 7:25-7:3O Line up; details report. 7:3O-8:3O Industrial instruction. 7:3O-8:15 Academic division. 8:15-8:25 Prepare for School. 8:25 School bell or bugle. 8:25-8:3O Line up. March to school building. 8:3O School application industrial division. The afternoon was followed by the rest of the rigorous schedule. Every minute of the am & pm was accounted for. The evening meal was scheduled at 5:3O & taps at 8:3O, putting the students to bed.
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Carlisle Indian School
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Carlisle Indian School
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Outing System The program involved placing the students with white rural families near the school for 3 years. The federal government paid the host family $50 a year for the student's medical care & clothing. For the student, he or she learned the agricultural lifestyle from the farmer & his family. At some schools, students were leant out during the summer months to local white families.
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Carlisle Indian School
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Graveyards Every school has its graveyard. Young children especially What led to the high number of deaths? -Poor food -Poor living conditions and sanitation - Abuse - Brokenhearted, hopelessness, etc.
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Carlisle ended on September 1, 1918 when it became a hospital in World War I. Many male students were old enough to join the Army & Navy in the war, so the student population was severely depleted.
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Converging Ideas and Ideals “West” Agriculture, Farming, Homesteads, East Coast Industrialization Factory Work Rise of Modern Cities
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Images of Farmers/Ranchers What did it mean to be a farmer/ rancher? How did that meaning change between 1880s and early 1900s?
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Frontier Closed Frontier declared closed in 1890 by Superintendent of the U.S. Census.
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Frederick Jackson Turner July 12, 1893.
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  • Manifest Destiny, Native Americans in the United States, Dawes Act, Boarding school, Richard Henry Pratt, Carlisle Indian School

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