The quest for citizenship : African American and native American education in Kansas, 1880-1935
Source:University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, p.229 (2010)
Call Number:Cubb LC2741 .W37 2010
Keywords:African Americans--Education--Kansas--History, Education and state--Kansas--History, Educational change--Kansas--History, Indians of North America--Education--Kansas--History, Racism in education--Kansas--History, Segregation in education--Kansas--History
Contents: Origins, ideology, and racial hierarchies -- Reformers: "friends of the indians" and "friends of the negroes" -- Curriculum: acquiring the habits of citizenship -- Strategies of negotiation -- Students: native American negotiations at Haskell Institute -- Parents: African American integration on the "plateau of uncertainty" -- New leaders in the twentieth century -- Teachers: from industrial education to African American race pride -- Identity: native American biculturalism -- Conclusion. unintended consequences: the next generation.