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21. First People
In 1933 the government decided that the boarding schools were not a good home with their parents once again and go to schools in their michigan State Archives.
The First People of Michigan, the Native Americans, lived here long before the explorers, the fur traders, and the settlers came. Native Americans are important contributors to many Michigan communities today. In this section we will move backward in time, from the present to the ancient past. Meet Joe Pow Wows Boarding Schools Reservations ... Return to Main Page Click on the blue words if you are not sure what the word means.
Thanks to the Nokomis Learning Center for assistance. Hi, My name is Joe. I am in fifth grade. I like my school because there are kids like me who are Native Americans. Others kids are the descendents of white settlers, and some are the descendents of slaves. We share the stories of the history of our families so we can understand each other better. I like to go to pow wows with my family. Pow wows are times when I can see other indian friends and share the rituals of our people. I also like to talk with my grandfather. He tells me stories about indians in Michigan a long time ago. The first story I would like to share with you is a legend about food. Remember, at one time there were no grocery stores in Michigan. People had to grow or hunt for everything they ate. Because food is so important, they made up interesting stories about their food.

22. Teacher Lesson Plan - Indian Boarding Schools: Civilizing The Native Spirit
htm The Clarke Historical Library at Central michigan University offers and the experiences of American Indians who attended offreservation boarding schools.
The Library of Congress Indian Boarding Schools: Civilizing the Native Spirit
Resources Page American Memory Resources: American Memory Collections:
Most of the materials used in this lesson are drawn from the following collections: American Indians of the Pacific Northwest Edward S. Curtis's The North American Indian: Photographic Images History of the American West, 1860-1920: Photographs from the Collection of the Denver Public Library The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals Taking the Long View: Panoramic Photographs, 1851-1991
American Memory Special Presentations: Assimilation Through Education: Indian Boarding Schools in the Pacific Northwest
This special presentation is found within the American Indians of the Pacific Northwest collection. "Carolyn J. Marr, Librarian at the Museum of History and Industry in Seattle, examines the operation of northwestern American Indian schools in her essay on one of the most effective means government officials used in their attempt to eradicate traditional native institutions."

23. Teacher Lesson Plan - Indian Boarding Schools: Civilizing The Native Spirit
18701933 The Clarke Historical Library at Central michigan University offers a and the experiences of Indians who attended off-reservation boarding schools.
The Library of Congress Indian Boarding Schools: Civilizing the Native Spirit
Student Research Worksheet 1. What was the name of the first federally supported off-reservation American Indian boarding school?
  • Who established the school? Why was the school established?
  • Refer to these sites for information regarding the first boarding school: Assimilation Through Education: Indian Boarding Schools in the Pacific Northwest , by Carolyn J. Marr. This essay examines the beginning of the Indian boarding school movement and the operation of northwestern American Indian schools. Indian Education at Carlisle. [The New England magazine./Volume 18, Issue 2, April 1895.]
    Written in 1895, this article gives an account of the establishment of Carlisle Indian Industrial School and background information on Captain Richard Henry Pratt. Includes illustrations and photographs. Origin and History of work at Carlisle.[ The American missionary./ Volume 37, Issue 4, April 1883]
    This article was written by Captain Pratt, the founder of Carlisle. The Carlisle Indian Industrial School site features the school's history, photographs and stories of students who attended Carlisle, and a virtual tour of the school.

    24. American Indian Boarding Schools
    from the Clarke Historical Library at Central michigan University provides their children, the white perspective and the Indian experience at boarding schools.

    Undoing the Shameful Legacy
    The History
    Mind Control Techniques
    Online Resources and Lesson Plans
    Where Do We Go from Here?
    Boarding School History Pratt was an Army Captain, not an educator. He had been put in charge of 72 Apache prisoners held at Ft. Marion near St. Augustine, Florida. The Army said that prisoners were suspected of having murdered white settlers, but never proved this claim. Captain Pratt started a prison school for the men in his charge. When the Ft. Marion prisoners were allowed to return home in 1878, he convinced 22 of them to continue their schooling. The Hampton Institute, a school for freed slaves in Virginia, accepted several of them. Carlisle’s opening allowed Pratt to resign his Army commission and to practice his ideas about educating Indians. Pratt’s goal was to "kill the Indian, not the man." In order to assimilate American Indian children into European culture, Pratt subjected them to what we would call brainwashing tactics today. These are the same methods that cult leaders use to coerce recruits to commit completely to a new way of thinking.
    Boarding School Brainwashing Techniques
    • Many boarding schools were established far away from reservations so that students would have no contact with their families and friends. Parents were discouraged from visiting and, in most cases, students were not allowed to go home during the summer.

    25. Central Michigan University Clarke Historical Library Native American Treaty Rig
    children were sent. One of these boarding schools operated in Mount Pleasant michigan, from 1893 until 1933. The Use of English.
    Indian Treaties:
    Their Ongoing Importance
    to Michigan Residents
    Federal Education Policy
    a presentation of the
    Clarke Historical Library
    This discussion of federal education policy toward Native Americans and the experiences of Indians who attended off-reservation boarding schools includes the following components:
    Native American
    Schooling Techniques
    The Education of Indian Children
    The White
    Changing Federal Policy
    Richard Pratt and

    Indian Boarding Schools

    Thomas Morgan as
    Euro-American Criticism
    The Indian Experience ca. 1900-1930
    A Parent's Dilemma A Student's First Days The Use of English Daily Routine ... Run-Aways
    Additional Information
    Mt. Pleasant Indian School Annual Bibliographic Note
    Navigational Buttons
    More Native American Material Clarke Home page
    Traditional Indian Education
    The traditional way through which Native American children were educated for the responsibilities that they would assume as adults was by working with and imitating their elders. There was no "school" as it was understood by nineteenth century Europeans. Rather, children were allowed to roam freely throughout the community stopping and asking questions when and where they pleased. Children would work companionably alongside their parents or other adults, helping in small ways and gaining confidence and ability in various skills. Children often engaged in what the Dakota referred to as "small play," impersonating adults and mimicking their activities, conversations, and manners. Grandparents played a very important role in the education of children. Grandmothers, for example, bore responsibility for making girls "well behaved women." A grandmother would take it upon herself to tutor her granddaughter in the subtleties of daily life, such as how to move, how to interact with elders, where to sit at ceremonial occasions. In the evening it was common to send a daughter to her grandmother bearing a gift of food or tobacco. The gift was an invitation to the grandmother to instruct the child in the tribe's traditions that would help the girl understand both her place in the tribe and her people's place in the world.

    26. Family Help In Michigan
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    international day and boarding schools, English National Curriculum, IGCSE, A lev and IB. Graduates won places at Oxford, Cambridge, michigan and Stanford
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    Bridges Academy is an emotional growth boarding school for boys, ages 13...
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    28. American Sign Language Act (State)
    of boarding schools; to prescribe penalties and to repeal certain acts and parts of acts. as amended. being sections 380.1 to 380.1852 of the michigan,1607,7-154-28077_28545_28558-53447--,00.html
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    American Sign Language Act (State) Act No. 18 Public Acts of 1987 Approved by the Governor April 23, 1987 Filed with the Secretary of State April 24, 1987 STATE OF MICHIGAN 84TH LEGISLATURE REGULAR SESSION OF 1987 Introduced by Senators Barcia, Pollack, Fredricks, Cherry and Kelly ENROLLED SENATE BILL No. 37 The people of the State of Michigan enact: Section 1. Act No. 451 of the Public Acts of 1976. as amended. being sections 380.1 to 380.1852 of the Michigan Compiled Laws, is amended by adding section 1157b to read as follows: Sec. 1157b. The board of a school district may grant high school credit in a foreign language to a pupil enrolled in high school who has satisfactorily completed a high school course offered in American sign language or who has attained proficiency in American sign language outside of a public or private high school curriculum.
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    30. Schools And Education
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    31. Adams' Grammar School - Encyclopedia Article About Adams' Grammar School. Free A
    boarding schools and their surrounding settings and situations Some articles mentioning Adams Grammar School Township, Arenac County, michigan (enc.) Adams' Grammar School
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    Word: Word Starts with Ends with Definition Adams' Grammar School was founded in Newport Newport is the name of several places in the world. In the United Kingdom there are the following: ( N.B. as this list is geographical it makes no attempt to list the local government areas for each place
    • Newport, Monmouthshire
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    32. Participating Boarding Schools: Bangkok
    Cranbrook schools Bloomfield Hills, michigan, Saint Andrew s School Boca Raton, Florida, Valley Forge
    The Andrews School
    Willoughby, Ohio
    Hawaii Preparatory Academy
    Kamuela, Hawaii
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    Raleigh, North Carolina
    Annie Wright School
    Tacoma, Washington
    Lake Forest Academy
    Lake Forest, Illinois
    Saint Thomas More School Oakdale, Connecticut The Athenian School Danville, California Lawrence Academy Groton, Massachusetts St. Timothy's School Stevenson, Maryland Berkshire School Sheffield, Massachusetts Miss Porter's School Farmington, Connecticut Shattuck-St. Mary's School Faribault, Minnesota Brooks School North Andover, Massachusetts Oregon Episcopal School Portland, Oregon

    33. Participating Boarding Schools: Taipei
    Cranbrook schools Bloomfield Hills, michigan, The Orme School Mayer, Arizona, Valley Forge Military Academy
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    Willoughby, Ohio
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    Bethel, Maine
    Saint Thomas More School
    Oakdale, Connecticut
    Annie Wright School
    Tacoma, Washington
    Lake Forest Academy
    Lake Forest, Illinois
    St. Timothy's School Stevenson, Maryland The Athenian School Danville, California Lawrence Academy Groton, Massachusetts Shattuck-St. Mary's School Faribault, Minnesota Berkshire School Sheffield, Massachusetts Linden Hall School for Girls Lititz, Pennsylvania Solebury School New Hope, Pennsylvania Brooks School North Andover, Massachusetts Maine Central Institute Pittsfield, Maine

    34. Bibliography Of Indian Boarding Schools
    Clarke Historical Library of Central michigan University presentation on boarding schools;
    Bibliography of Indian Boarding Schools: Approximately 1875 TO 1940 Labriola Center
    The following bibliography lists reference material dealing with Indian boarding schools during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. These resources include material found in the Labriola National American Indian Data Center in the University Libraries at Arizona State University, websites, and other research facilities. This subject guide is also located on the Labriola Center website at
    GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT BOARDING SCHOOLS The most famous boarding school for Indian children was the Carlisle Indian Industrial School in Pennsylvania, founded by Richard Pratt in 1879. The philosophy and intent of this and most subsequent schools was to assimilate Indian children by removing them from their native cultures, and teaching them the manners, dress, and job skills that were deemed important by the school founders and administrators. While boarding schools still exist, most had changed their practices of forced assimilation by the 1930s. This bibliography only covers the schools from 1879 to 1940. It does not contain any novels. It is not a complete list.

    35. Michigan Legislature
    boards and officials; to provide for licensure of boarding schools; to prescribe Constitutionality The michigan School Reform Act does not violate federal and

    36. Schools
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    Schools for the Gifted
    The question is often asked, Are there special schools for gifted children? For highly gifted children? But there are few answers. This list attempts to be an answer, but comes with many caveats. First and foremost, schools are listed here by either their own or parent recommendations - this listing is in no way a recommendation for any specific school for a specific student. Some of these schools are public, some are private. Some test very strictly for gifted or highly gifted students; others are very specialized in their academics, and therefore draw such students without testing explicitly for the gifted. That said, at least this list is a beginning, a list of a few schools where at least some of our children can find a stimulating education, among other children like themselves. For a private school perspective, read

    37. Teen Programs| List Of Boarding Schools In Michigan | Michigan Boarding Schools
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    38. Teen Programs| List Of Schools In Michigan
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    39. Lesson Five - School Records
    to be taken from their families and sent to boarding schools. 1893 to 1934, the equivalent of elementary school. After graduation students from michigan went to
      Education for Michigan Indians began with the arrival of the missionaries. A Mission was established on Mackinac Island in 1823 by the United Foreign Missionary Society. It was ministered by Rev. William M. Ferry. The school averaged 150 students per year until it was closed in 1834. In 1839 Rev. Peter Doughtery came to the Grand Traverse region and began his mission and school.
      The Holy Childhood of Jesus mission was founded in 1827 with the first school building constructed that year, next to the church in Little Traverse (now called Harbor Springs.) Ottawa, Chippewa, Potawatomi, Winnebago, Menominee and some children from other out-of-state tribes came long distances and boarded at the school. A few nearby students also attended as day students.
      In 1843 the Methodist Church opened Wesleyan Seminary (later changed to Albion College) in Albion and during the 1850's taught basic reading, writing and arithmetic. There were other mission schools though out Michigan and those records will be found in with the church's records.
      Then the United States government got into the education business. "The Treaty of 1855 removed control of Indian schools from the missionaries and placed responsibility for Ottawa education firmly in the hands of the federal government. Of the country's forty-eight federally supported Indian schools, twenty were in Michigan, located at Onawmeceeneville, Eagletown, Grove Hill, Pine River, Bear River, Little Traverse, Middle Village, Cross Village, Cheboygan, Iroquois Point, Sugar Island, Garden Island, and in Isabella, Mason and Oceana counties."* Three government schools were constructed in Elbridge township and two in Crystal township in Oceana county and one each in Eden and Custer townships in Mason county.

    40. Counseling And Therapy At CCA A Girls Boarding School
    Linda has worked in the private sector at therapeutic boarding schools for emotionally Susanna received her BS from the University of michigan/State University
    Linda Cathcart, M.A., Director of Counseling: Susanna Fox, M.A. NBCC: George Davies, M.A.:

    George is a clinical member of The American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, the Arizona Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, the American Counseling Association. He is certified by the Arizona Board of Behavior Health Examiners and the National Board of Certified Counselors. He is licensed by the Michigan Board of Marriage and Family Therapy and the Michigan Board of Counseling.
    Debbie L. Ford, MD, Psychiatrist:
    Judy Brennen:
    Having grown up in Massachusetts, Judy attended school at Salem State College, where she attained a Bachelor's Degree in Social Work. After her undergraduate work, Judy moved to Colorado where she attended and graduated the University of Northern Colorado with a Master's Degree in Agency Counseling. While in Colorado Judy counseled with adults at Larimer County Mental Health Center individually and in groups. She also counseled with adults and juveniles at Mountain Crest Hospital, an inpatient behavioral health treatment facility, until her family moved to Arizona.

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