Pat, who is going on 107 years old, says she was surprised that her difficulty breathing was caused by a heart problem, not her lungs.
Allison describes some of the boarding schools in the 1830’s and how some of those day and boarding schools could house from 400 to 1700 children.
Initially, there was a day school near Lake Vermilion and the average attendance at the day school was between 25 and 50 students; however by the mid 1880’s, a new boarding school was being planned at Sucker Point.
Linda L. Grover continues with her interpretation of official Federal Indian Policy and how it was linked to Assimilation for many decades.
Linda shares how the little mission schools were taught to read and write bible verses to teach them a different way of life