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What is the first native American boarding school?

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The outing system was an educational practice that assigned Native American children from boarding school to work for white employers as servants and laborers at sub-standard wages.


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How long did Native American boarding schools last?

The most well known and infamous boarding school in the USA was Carlisle Indian Industrial School, Pennsylvania, founded in 1879 by Captain R H Pratt. Children were often taken from their parents at age 6 (the age established by law in 1884), but many resisted and were taken at an older age. Some started school at 12 or 13. The children might remain at boarding school for 10 years or more, with only a few short periods allowed for visits home. Some children died of tuberculosis and never returned home; others were sent straight into employment after finishing their "education", which was aimed far more at removing native culture and civilising the children than giving a proper education.


How did Indian boarding schools affect the identities of native Americans?

The Native American children's boarding school experience was enough to scar an entire cultural generation. There was the emotional abuse and physical and sexual abuse. Native Americans were considered savage uncivilized vermin. The children were not allowed to speak their own languages. Their hair,that was culturally significant, was chopped off to ear length for the girls and shaved for the boys. They were stripped of anything that was even remotely tied to their families and their upbringing. They were taught that the culture that spawned them was stupid, meaningless, idiotic and trivial. The boarding school experience was an attempt at genocide that very nearly succeeded.


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