The Red Man (Vol. 4, No. 8)

April 1912

The first article, written by F. H. Abbott, covered the agricultural progress of Indians. Abbott believed that farming was more successful than congressional plights to keep Indian lands protected. Next, Thomas J. King Jr. wrote about the Sioux Fool Soldiers and the "Minnesota massacre." Laura S. Walker discussed a former Indian village called “Cold Rain”, which became known as Coleraine by white settlers. The next article was taken from the New York Evening Sun, and discussed the different ways Indians and students at Carlisle made money. The final article, written by Agnes V. Waite of the Serrano Nation, told the legend of the Tacquish, which served as a cautionary tale for children. The editorial comment section covered attempts at curbing bootlegging, and the Page Bill from the Senate.

Note: Pages 323 to 326 are missing. 

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