Read the article “American Indian Boarding Schools Haunt Many.”
Summarize your reflections on this reading about the Indian Boarding School Experience.

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When the United States was still at war with Native Americans in the 1870s, they devised a plan hatched by Richard Pratt, an Army officer, to take thousands of Indian children away from their home reservations where they were expected to become mainstreamed into American society. In the article, Pratt is quoted as saying he agrees with the sentiment that a good Indian is a dead Indian, but he thinks the killing of the Indian ought to occur at a sociological level. Pratt advocated for the murder of the “Indian” inside of the person. The program was initially considered a success and several generations of Native Americans were matriculated into these schools....

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