The Red Man (Vol. 8, No. 3)

November 1915

Superintendent Oscar H. Lipps argued that favorable public opinion of Indians was necessary for success in the Administration of Indian Affairs. Next, Mazie Crawford discussed the religious ritual of camp meetings of the Nez Perce. The following article, pulled from the Salem News, covered the stance different American Presidents took on Indian issues. C. Nick Stark wrote a series of vignettes, which appeared in the Detroit Free Press, highlighting generational and cultural changes on reservations. Next, author John A. Arnold in an article written for the Minneapolis Tribune, discussed the Treaty of Traverse des Sioux, a truce between the Sioux and white settlers from 1851. The following article, pulled from the Milwaukee Free Press told the story of Pocahontas and her experiences with white settlers. The following article, from the Detroit Free Press, stated that "the destruction of the Indian would be a misfortune to the world[.]" It went on to discuss the "gifts" or contributions of the Indian including agriculture, tools, and language. The final article, written by Charles Eugene Banks discussed Indians oratory abilities, and their affinity for speech.

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