Objects of survivance: a material history of the American Indian school experience
Reframes the Bratley collection showing how tribal members have embraced it as their past and reclaimed it as contemporary identity. Bratley was an Indian school teacher charged with forcibly assimilating Native Americans. Although tasked with eradicating their culture, Bratley became entranced by their practices and collected artifacts/photographs--provided by publisher.
Montgomery, Lindsay, M.; Colwell, Chip
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