A historical narrative of the Bloomfield Academy, its impact on educational development of the Native women who attended the school, and how it related to the education of the general Native population.Claudine was not the only one who remembered having to memorize poetry. A few can even still recite the poems. ... they would keep track of how many books you read a in one of the later grades . . . fourth or fifth grade, I read sixty books.
|Title||:||Listening to Our Grandmothers' Stories|
|Author||:||Amanda J. Cobb|
|Publisher||:||U of Nebraska Press - 2007-01-01|