HW Qs — Indigenous Americans: Boarding Schools, Myths & Facts, Texas Tribes

HW Qs — Indigenous Americans: Boarding Schools, Myths & Facts, Texas Tribes

HW Qs — Indigenous Americans: Boarding Schools, Myths & Facts, Texas Tribes 150 150 Peter

Humanities 2319: Minority Cultures in the US

 Professor Stamper, Lone Star 

College-CyFair

HW Qs — Indigenous Americans: Boarding Schools, Myths & Facts, Texas Tribes

For this homework, please read the documents in Brightspace D2L and then respond to questions.

Please keep the questions in your document and type the answers beneath them. 🙂 Thank you. 

1.

Had you heard about the history of Native American children being forced into boarding schools before? If so, where and in what part of your life? What were you taught? The people who were

these children are now elders, sometimes in their 80s now – very close to us in generations. If 

you had not heard about this, why do you think that was the case? 

2.

List 3-4 bullet points of the 

stated intentions

of the people who ran the forced Boarding Schools 

for Native American children in the U.S.

3.

Then, list 3-4 bullet points of what

some effects were

on Native American children in forced 

Boarding Schools in the U.S.

4.

What is one things that surprised you about this article?

5.

Look at this map online, and type in your zip code. What tribe’s land is the zip code showing? 

What are two neighboring tribes’ land that are different from yours? 

6.

Write 3 bullet points about 

one

of the indigenous tribes of Texas.

7.

Write 3 bullet points about 

one other

of the indigenous tribes of Texas.

8.

What was one Myth about Native Americans and the corrected Fact?

9.

What is one other thing that you think might be a myth about Native Americans? Then, do an 

internet search f