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Sally Hyer
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978-0890132128
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Museum of New Mexico Pr; 1St Edition edition (December 1, 1990)
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This book and a related museum exhibition grew out of a student oral history project on the history of the Santa Fe Indian School, 1890-1990, and the role of the school in the development of Indian communities in New Mexico.

This book and a related museum exhibition grew out of a student oral history project on the history of the Santa Fe Indian School, 1890-1990, and the role of the school in the development of Indian communities in New Mexico. Numerous interview excerpts and photographs portray life at the school during historical periods covered in four chapters: 1890-1929, 1930-45, 1946-62, and 1963-90. The first chapter describes how the school's original purpose, education and acculturation of American Indian (primarily Pueblo) children, was pursued through forced attendance, military-type.

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In Sally Hyer’s book, One House, One Voice, One Heart: Native American Education at. .The Santa Fe Indian School was also going through changes during this time

In Sally Hyer’s book, One House, One Voice, One Heart: Native American Education at the Santa Fe Indian School, many turn-of-the-century students at the Santa Fe school recount being frightened overwhelmed by their experiences. The Santa Fe Indian School was also going through changes during this time. In the 1920s, the school started to focus on traditional arts, and in 1934 Dorothy Dunn opened a studio school on campus.

By (author) Sally Hyer.

Sources for more information about the Santa Fe Indian Boarding School include these works by Sally Hyer (in collaboration with the AIPC): One House, One Voice, One Heart: Native American Education at the Santa Fe Indian School. Santa Fe, NM: Museum of New Mexico Press, 1990. Remembering Santa Fe Indian School, 1890-1990. PhD thesis, University of New Mexico, 1994. Oral History Interviews of the Santa Fe Indian School: the First 100 Years Project. php?docId nmu1mss595bc.

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Heard Museum, Phoenix. One House, One Voice, One Heart: Native American Education at the Santa Fe Indian School. Am Indian Q. Robert A. Trennert.

In One House, One Voice, One Heart: Native American Education at the Santa FeIndian School, she presents the results of an oral history project documenting the place of the Santa Fe Indian School within New Mexico Indian communities from 1890 to 1990. The chronological scope of Hyer's study allows her to trace the school's evolution over time and its shifting meaning for Indian people.

American Indian boarding schools epitomize one of the most visible representations of the misguided assimilationist policy of the Gilded Age/ Progressive Era, and the literature on these institutions is voluminous. See Sally Hyer, One House, One Voice, One Heart: Native American Education at the Santa Fe Indian School (Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press, 1990); K. Tsianina Lomawaima,They Called It Prairie Light: The Story of Chilocco Indian School (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1994); Brenda Child, Boarding School Seasons: American Indian Families, 1900–1940 (Lincoln: University of.

The Federal Government established the Santa Fe Indian School (SFIS) in 1890 to educate Native American children from tribes throughout the Southwestern United States. The purpose of creating SFIS was an attempt to assimilate the Native American children into the wider United States culture and economy. In 1975, the All Indian Pueblo Council (AIPC) was formed. It was the first Indian organization to utilize the laws in place to contract an education for their children

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