left the reservation were not swallowed up but were engaged in a profitable enterprise, the value of which the students themselves recognized.
School News, as one of the several school papers published at Carlisle, is a record of the educational methods used and the philosophy embraced by Richard H. Pratt, a man of considerable influence in Indian education. It is also notable as an example of an early publication edited and printed by American Indian students.
Index Sources: None
Location Sources: Danky and Hady; DSI-BAE; NL; ULS
Title and Title Changes: School News ( 1880-1883)
Volume and Issue Data: School News (Vol. 1, No. 1, June, 1880-Vol. 3, No. 12, May 1883)
Publisher and Place of Publication: Carlisle Indian Industrial School, Carlisle, Pennsylvania ( 1880-1883)
Editor: Samuel Townsend ( 1880- 1881); Charles Kihega ( 1881- 1883)
The Sequoyah Memorial was a four-page literary newspaper published by the students of the Cherokee Male Seminary near Park Hill, Cherokee Nation. The number of columns varied from four to six. The first issue appeared on August 2, 1855, and sold for ten cents a copy. The frequency with which it appeared is uncertain. It may have appeared twice yearly, at the end of each school session. It may also have become an annual publication, for the issue of July 31, 1856, has no volume or issue number.