[Videolib] Re: Looking for films that show Indians in boarding schools

deg farrelly (deg.farrelly@asu.edu)
Wed, 22 Nov 2006 18:05:34 -0700

You might be interested in the American Experience program:

In the white man's image [videorecording] / produced by Christine
Lesiak, Mathew Jones ; written by Christine Lesiak.
Publisher [Alexandria, Va.?] : PBS Video, c1991.

Presented by WGBH/Boston, WNET/New York, KCET/Los Angeles.
From the television program, The American experience [volume 17].

Summary A look at the education of a certain group of American Indians
in the Carlisle School for Indian Students founded by Richard Pratt in the
early part of the 20th century as an attempt to change their heritage and
values. Includes the story of Cheyenne warriors who were exiled to St.
Augustine, Florida as the first group of Indians to be schooled under Mr.
Pratt's direction.

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> > I have a patron who is looking for any and all films that show Native > American children in boarding schools. She is interested in Minnesota > locations but will take anything. I have located four films she is > going to view but she wants more! The films she has or will be getting > are "Where the Spirit Lives", "Minnesota Reservations", "Ojibwe waasa > inaabdaa", and "Lackawanna blues." > > Does anyone have any other recommendations? Thanks for your help. > > Renee > > Renee Zurn > Manager, Adult Services > Duluth Public Library > 520 W. Superior St. > Duluth, MN 55802 > 218/723-3840

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