In Indians at Hampton Institute, Donal F. Lindsey examines the complex and changing interactions among Indians, blacks, and whites at the nation's premier industrial school for racial minorities. He traces the rise and decline of the Indian program in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, analyzing its impact in the U.S. campaign for Indian education.
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(5817mm x 3887mm x 30mm)
University of Illinois Press
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