ContentsOne: American colonial period -- Two: Missionary educators: from revolution to 1875 -- Three: Carlisle boarding school (1875-1900) -- Four: Haskell Institute (1900-1920s) -- Five: Chilocco Indian agricultural school (1920s-1930s) -- Six: Chemawa and Pipestone Indian schools (1930s-1940s) -- Seven: Phoenix Indian school (1950s-1960s) -- Eight: Native American education in the 20th century and beyond: self-determination, education and the fate of the boarding schools -- Nine: Boarding school legacy -- Short biographies of key figures -- Primary documents -- Glossary -- Annotated bibliography -- Appendix I: American Indian boarding schools in the United States, 1900/1901 -- Appendix II: Tribally controlled colleges: AIHEC members in 2011.
NotesIncludes chronology (p. xv-xviii).;Includes glossary (p. 183-185). Includes bibliographical references (p. 187-199) and index.
Series title: Landmarks of the American mosaic