The Red Man (Vol. 7, No. 1)

September 1914

This issue begins with the press comments section. The Indian Appropriation Bill, which appropriated 1.5 million dollars from Indian funds to improve health conditions, education, and agriculture, was discussed. The next article, which was pulled from The New York World, discussed the Story of Spo-Pee, “the silent Indian”. Arthur L. Stone, author of the next article, wrote about the Aboriginal horse trader of the Northwest. Next, Indian laws and treaties, relating to William Penn, were discussed by Charles J. Kappler. Katherine Keck, author of the next article, covered the need to teach household economy to Indian girls. The final article written by W. O. Hodgson discussed the importance of owning and working on a farm for Indians. The issue ends with sections on alumni.

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SC-Indian 973.0497 R312 v.7