Federal Fathers & Mothers: A Social History of the United States Indian Service, 1869-1933

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Illustrations, Maps, Figure, & Table

ILLUSTRATIONS
1.1The U.S. reservation system, 19004
2.1Construction of a wigwam, 192537
2.2Gardening at Tulalip, Washington, 191253
2.3Hoopa Valley Indian School class57
4.1Postcard of the Tomah Indian School83
4.2Employees’ quarters at the Zuni Day School, 192484
4.3Agent James Sanders with child with Blackfeet Men, Blackfeet Reservation, Montana, 190894
5.1Arthur Saxon (Hupa), Indian Service police private107
5.2Nurses at Tulalip School, 1912112
5.3Mrs. Many Horses typing, Blackfeet Agency, Montana114
5.4Indian Service oath of office127
6.1School faculty and staff, Albuquerque Indian School, New Mexico138
6.2Omaha dance at Pine Ridge School144
6.3Presbyterian missionaries Miss Chase and Miss McGraw146
6.4Annie Kouni (Laguna Pueblo) and Joseph Abner (Oneida)152
6.5Corabelle Fellows and Samuel Campbell160
7.1Wilson Pratt, “Hopi” Sam, and Frank Davis at Hoopa Valley Reservation184
7.2Three women gathering peaches188
7.3Hupa traditional stick game players196
8.1Wassaja masthead232
9.1House of John Whitefish from survey of Indian industry, Lac du Flambeau, Wisconsin, 1922246
9.2Civil service photograph of Katie Brewer251
9.3Retirement card of Julia DeCora Lukecart253

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