Download At the Border of Empires: The Tohono O'odham, Gender, and Assimilation, 1880-1934 eBook
by Andrae M. Marak,Laura Tuennerman
Marak and Tuennerman trace this process among the less-studied Tohono O’odham of. .
Marak and Tuennerman trace this process among the less-studied Tohono O’odham of the San Xavier and Papago reservations in southern. Chapter 4 is notable for the authors’ sensitive treatment of education within a context of rivalry between Protestants and Catholics. They navigate skillfully between the agendas of the two denominations, governmental policy to meet schooling needs at the least cost (p. 83), and the interests of the Tohono O’odham.
Published by: University of Arizona Press. Beginning in the 1880s, the US government implemented programs to eliminate "vice" among the Tohono O'odham.
The Tohono o'odham, Gender, and Assimilation, 1880-1934.
by Laura Tuennerman and Andrae M. Marak.
By Andrae M. Marak and Laura Tuennerman. Tucson: University of Arizona Press. Their history is a rich ground for extensive transnational and comparative scholarship
By Andrae M. Their history is a rich ground for extensive transnational and comparative scholarship. As ury America began to shift its Indian policy away from warfare and toward forced assimilation, the Tohono O'odham were, quite literally, nearly off the map of American interest and jurisdiction.
Although they were often invisible to the majority cultures of the region, they attracted the attention of reformers and government officials in the United States, who were determined to assimilate native peoples into American society.
Published: 20 October 2017.