Combines history and anthropology to investigate the origins, development, cultures, religion, and social and political organization of the aboriginal peoples of North AmericaIn 1822 the Society opened a manual training school for the Shawnee Indians on the Au Glaize River in western Ohio. ... would employ one or two artisans to instruct their young men to be millers and sawyers as well 288 as to keep their mills in repair (7 U.S. Stat. ... missionary among the Cherokee, Gideon Blackburn, was promised aid in the construction of a schoolhouse (McLoughlin 1984:74-75, 284).
|Title||:||Handbook of North American Indians: History of Indian-White relations|
|Author||:||William C. Sturtevant|
|Publisher||:||Government Printing Office - 1978|