I teach developmental reading at our local community college so am collecting photos and maps to coincide with reading The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-time…
American Indians of the Pacific Northwest Collection
Spokane schoolgirls- In some cases the punishment was harsh for those who tried to runaway from boarding schools. "Two of the girls ran away...but they got caught. They tied their legs up, tied their hands behind their backs, put them in the middle of the hallway so that if they fell asleep or something, the matron would hear them and she'd get out there and whip them and make them stand up again. (Helma Ward, Makah, interview with Carolyn Marr)
Clothing & Personal Items | A Song for the Horse Nation - October 29, 2011 through January 7, 2013 - The National Museum of the American Indian - Washington, D.C.
Spokane woman on horseback with infant in baby carrier, 1900. Colville Reservation, Washington. National Museum of the American Indian. (P4178)