Cheyenne-Arapaho Education, 1871-1982


Once free and allied nations living on the northern plains of Wyoming, the Cheyenne and Arapaho people were forced to leave their ancestral homelands and relocate to the southern plains of Oklahoma. Under the terms of an 1867 treaty, they endured over a century of constantly changing government assimilation policy based on a three-pronged program of Christianization, civilization, and education. Cheyenne-Arapaho Education, 1871 -- 1982 is Henrietta Mann's powerful and moving account of the educational experiences of the two ...

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