Indian girls - Education; Indian girls -Psychology; Indian women - Social life and customs; Indians of North America -- Social life and customs; Indians of North America - Social conditions; Indians of North America - Religion; Indians of North America - History; Indians of North America - Education; Indian children; Indian youth
Genre (Short List)
Understanding the American Indian girl of today (1928) is dependent upon an appreciation of two influences in her life: the influence of the earlier life of her race, or her social heritage, and the influence of school life. This article focuses on questions and problems arising from their life with others in the Government Indian schools. Section titles include: What is the Indian girl like? – Always silent? – Always slow? – Borrowing and giving away – Following reason or impulse? – The greatest need – What must the Indian girl understand about us? – The little ways of others – Rules of the game – Their own assets – Our common task – Working together – Respect for individuality – Sympathetic understanding -- Opportunity for growth.
United States; North America
Office of Indian Affairs.
The University of Montana
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