A broadly based historical survey, this book examines Native American boarding schools in the United States from Puritan times to the present day.
Mary A. Stout is a recently retired academic librarian and freelance writer. She holds an MA in American Indian studies from the University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ. Her published works include Geronimo: A Biography and Cree from the Native American Peoples series.
"Stout (retired academic librarian and author) offers an introduction to the history of American Indian schools by presenting short histories of some of the more important schools that existed. A chronology follows the introduction, which sets out the plan for the book. . . . Summing Up: Recommended." -