The first article, written by Charles T. Andrews, discussed Indian education in New York State. Andrews wrote that the state of Indian schools in New York had improved over the twentieth century. Superintendent Moses Friedman, in the next article, discussed the independence given to the students at Carlisle. T. B. LeSieur wrote about the Shoshoni Sun-dance. The first National Conference of Indians was discussed by F. A. McKenzie. He toted the conference as highly successful. The next article, written by J. W. Reynolds covered Indian farmers in Oklahoma and the methods they used. Ann Melton, of the Cherokee Nation, told the story of the legend of the black snake in the final article. In the editor’s comment section, the overwhelming success of the National Indian Conference was discussed, with further details on topics of the convention mentioned, including assimilation, concerns of Indian chiefs, and the high attendance of Carlisle graduates at the conference.
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