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Mastering the Secret of White Man's Power

INDIAN STUDENTS AT BELOIT COLLEGE
1871 TO 1884

Researched and written by Amy Lyn Rogel '90
Edited by Frederick A. Burwell

-*- CONTENTS -*-
PREFACE    
INTRODUCTION    
PART ONE    
  Indian Education In The 19th Century  
  Santee Normal Training School  
  The Men Who Sent The Indians  
PART TWO    
  Beloit College and Preparatory Department in 1870's and 80's  
  The Early Indians On Campus  
  Indian Experiment of 1883-1884  
PART THREE    
  John Eastman  
  Eli Abraham (Hupacokamaza)  
  Samuel Hopkins  
  Charles Alexander Eastman (Ohiyesa)  
  James W. Lynd  
  James W. Garvie (Tatanka Kinina)  
  Philip Robinson  
  Charles Frazier (Asayeyapi)  
  Mark Khune (Tatemaza)  
  Vines P. Mitchell  
  George Philbrick (Caska)  
APPENDIX    
REFERENCES    

   

    I think Poor Dog was right, for the Great Father never gave me any credit, nor did he ever reward me for what I had done. Yet I have not been without honor, for my own people have not forgotten me, even though I went upon the white man's errand.

From

The Soul of an Indian
by Charles Alexander Eastman