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  1. Schools in Mississippi: Boarding Schools in Mississippi, Elementary Schools in Mississippi, High Schools in Mississippi
  2. Boarding Schools in Mississippi: Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science, Chamberlain-Hunt Academy, Saint Stanislaus College
  3. Piney Woods School continues tradition of excellence.(education): An article from: Mississippi Business Journal by George McNeill, 2005-04-04
  4. Agricultural high school dormitories of Mississippi (Bulletin / Mississippi Agricultural Experiment Station) by Dorothy Dickins, 1931
  5. Mississippi 1860 U.S. census, index: Indexing heads of households, and all others with a different surname, within said household, including hotels, boarding ... railroad camps, schools, military posts, etc by Kathryn Rose Bonner, 1983

41. Peterson's: Private Schools, Boarding And Day: Traditional Schools: Day Boys, Up
Accelerated schools, Denver, Colorado Admiral Farragut Academy, St. Academy, Albany,New York All Saints' Episcopal School, Vicksburg, mississippi The Altamont

42. Directory Of Schools Mississippi - PrepSchoolProfiles.Com
All Saints' Episcopal School, 2717 Confederate Avenue, Vicksburg, MS39180, (601) 6365266, Coed, Day, boarding, 8 - 12, Jackson Academy,
All Saints' Episcopal School 2717 Confederate Avenue,
Vicksburg, MS 39180 Coed, Day, Boarding Jackson Academy 4908 Ridgewood Rd, Jackson, MS 39211-5422 Coed, Day PS - 12 The Piney Woods School PO Box 57,
Piney Woods, MS 39148-0057 Coed, Boarding St. Andrew's Episcopal School 370 Old Agency Rd,
Ridgeland, MS 39157-9714 Coed, Day PS - 12

43. Segregation Through The Lens: African American Schools In Mississipi Before Inte
He began to travel widely throughout mississippi. Today, the school is oneof five historically black boarding schools left in the United States.
Segregation Through the Lens :
African American Schools in Mississippi before Integration Introduction John E. Phay Collection Piney Wood School Mississippi Industrial College Piney Woods Country Life School
Dr. Laurence C. Jones founded the Piney Woods Country Life School in 1909 to give rural African Americans a vocational education. After graduating from the University of Iowa in 1907, Jones became the Director of Academics at Utica Institute. He began to travel widely throughout Mississippi. During his travels he decided to establish a school and chose the impoverished area of "Piney Woods" in Rankin County, twenty-one miles outside Jackson. The Piney Woods Country Life School began with only three students. By the 1940s there were 350 pupils enrolled from a number of different states including Michigan, Florida, and Pennsylvania. The school had a primary school, a grammar school, a high school, a junior college and a department for the blind. Jones believed students should acquire no fewer than three skills. The first skill should be mastered and the other two learned well enough so that one of them could be used if the first one failed. Students at the school were trained in industrial, agricultural, and household work. Today, the school is one of five historically black boarding schools left in the United States.
The Pine Torch , November - December, 1942.

44. Teaching American Indian And Alaska Native Languages In The
Members of the mississippi Band of Choctaw, for example, use English in was therequirement that American Indian children attend federal boarding schools.

45. Stables, Livery And Riding Schools In Mississippi
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46. RootsWeb: GEN-AFRICAN-L Archive (May 1997)
Re Black boarding schools NJ by Helen Fuld School of Nursing. BURCH by Joann PAYNE,BLUITT, mississippi by Jimmie and Tia L. Payne; Surnames ADAMS RAW by Pat
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47. RootsWeb: CHOCTAW-L Archive (September 1999)
Re CHOCTAW Re mississippi Choctaws by Nalora. CHOCTAW OTP Ward stuff by O'BeirneHistory Alfred TOOLE by Nalora; CHOCTAW Choctaw boarding schools in OK
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48. More History
their children to learn trades and book learning. These were boarding schools forboth The citizens of the State mississippi envied the fine homes and farms

49. Letters From Nineteenth-Century American Children To Robert Merry's Museum Magaz
Maryland; Massachusetts; Michigan; Minnesota; mississippi; Missouri; New education,male education; boardingschool life Americans at mission schools in the
Letters from Nineteenth-Century American Children to Robert Merry's Museum Magazine
The Index A unique collection of letters from the pages of Robert Merry's Museum , the premiere American children's magazine from 1841-1872. Subjects touched on in Letters from Nineteenth-Century American Children include African-Americans the laying of the Atlantic cable balloon ascensions Baltimore, Maryland, during the Civil War behavior of girls, behavior of boys, "appropriate" and "inappropriate" Daniel Bixby's book shop, Lowell, Massachusetts Black Rock, New York, in 1855 boarding schools, male and female, in East Cambridge, Massachusetts; Rome, Georgia; Bergen, New Jersey; and Cornwall, New York steam boats: the Bois d'Arc; the Maid of Kentucky; the South-Western "Border Ruffians" attack Parkville, Missouri the California gold rush dedicating the Ohio state capitol building in 1857 Cedar Point, Chase Co., Kansas, in 1861 Chicago, Illinois, and its fair in 1864 activities of a Chickasaw boy in 1859 the Chinese in New Orleans, Louisiana, in 1853 activities of a Choctaw boy in 1852 cholera in Selma, Alabama, in 1855

50. Mental Health: Culture, Race, Ethnicity - Chapter 4
Removal Act to force Native Americans west of the mississippi River. later shiftedto reservation schools and public schools, but boarding schools continued to

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    Historical Context
    American Indians The era of American Indian educational reform began in the 1920s. Public criticism of Indian Bureau policies and practices culminated in an in-depth investigation of Indian affairs by the Brookings Institution in 1926. Its report, The Problem of Indian Administration , concluded: The first and foremost need in Indian education is a change in point of view. Whatever may have been the official government attitude, education for the Indian in the past has proceeded on the theory that it is necessary to remove the Indian child as far as possible from his home environment; whereas the modern point of view in education and social work lays stress on upbringing in the natural setting of home and family life. Although some children did well in these settings, other did not. Reports of harsh discipline were widespread (Brookings, 1971). Even worse, the National Resource Center on Child Sexual Abuse (1990) cites evidence that many Native American children were sexually abused while attending boarding schools (Horejsi et al., 1992).
  • 51. Piney Woods School
    largest of four historically black boarding schools, (the other since access to publicschools became officially 21 miles from Jackson, mississippi, on 2,000
    The Piney Woods School
    The Front Gate Is Always Open
    The Piney Woods School is the largest of four historically black boarding schools, (the other three are listed here) . At one time there were at least 83 such schools, but in the 1950's and early 60's most of these were closed since access to public schools became officially open to black students. The Piney Woods School resides in a rural area 21 miles from Jackson, Mississippi, on 2,000 acres. The school itself rests on 60 acres. The remainder includes a 500-acre working farm and woodlands. One enters the grounds of The Piney Woods School through two solid stone columns through a small forest of trees. The serenity and safety of the setting are gripping. Everyone is very friendly to each other and to visitors. The grounds are beautifully kept. Come and visit!
    Mission Statement
    The Piney Woods School recognizes that throughout the United States there are students, especially African-American students, who have the capability to make their lives extraordinary through excellence in education and the development of moral and ethical attitudes but do not have the opportunity to do so for financial or other reasons.
    The Piney Woods School mission is to provide that excellence in education within a Christian community through creation of an exceptional academic model which supports the tenet that all students can learn, develop a strong work ethic, and lead extraordinary lives through academic achievement and responsible citizenship.

    52. American Indian Elder Cohorts
    Indian School established in Pennsylvania beginning the era of boarding schools toforce Act forced removal of all eastern tribes to west of the mississippi.
    American Indian Elders, through the decades of the 1900s
    Based on information in COHORT ANALYSIS AS A TOOL IN ETHNOGERIATRICS, Yeo, et al (1999), a publication of the Stanford Geriatric Education Center Used with permission of the SGEC faculty return to Cohorts grid. Elder in this description is used in an ethnogeriatric definition referring to years of age, which is different from the American Indian use of the term. The term "Elder" in the Indian community denotes a position of leadership, based on experience, spirituality, and community service, rather than chronological age. Therefore in working with Indians who are elderly, the distinction must be made between those who are "old" and those who are "Elders." "The American Indian experience is different from other ethnic minority groups in that 1) they were here first, 2) health care, education, and social programs were bought and paid for with ceded land, and 3) each elder is defined by the experience of the tribe to which he/she belongs and that tribe's relationship with the federal government. There are 535 federally recognized tribes and Alaska Native villages, and 126 tribes trying to get federal recognition or re-certification from previous "termination" of the tribe's relationship with the federal government" (Yeo, et. al.,pg. 11).

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    54. The Glass Ceiling Family Section - Piney Woods Country Life
    to serve mississippi's poor blacks, who had few other education options. For years,Piney Woods was one of more than 80 black boarding schools, places where

    55. Journal Of American Indian Education-Arizona State University
    Child, B. (in press). Bitter lessons boarding schools and American Indianfamilies, 18901940. Jackson, MS University Press of mississippi.
    Journal of American Indian Education
    Volume 35 Number 3
    May 1996
    PREFACE The inspiration for this Special Issue grew out of a meeting of consultants to the Heard Museum. Karen Swisher (Haskell Indian Nations University), Rayna Green (Smithsonian Institution), Tsianina Lomawaima (University of Arizona), and Brenda Child (University of Minnesota), were invited in 1995 by Curator of Fine Art Margaret Archuleta, under the auspices of a National Endowment for the Humanities Planning Grant, to help plan an exhibit on American Indians' boarding school experiences tentatively titled "Our Indian Schools" (scheduled to open at the Heard in the spring of 1999). We hope that this Special Issue will help stimulate continuing research, dialogue, and debate about American Indian people's experiences in, and opinions about, boarding school. It is clear that there is much that remains to be done. Large off-reservation schools, such as Sherman Institute in Riverside, CA, as well as many smaller schools, on and off reservations, remain undocumented. Most of the research to date has focused on the schools prior to World War II. The more contemporary era from the War to the present is wide open, inviting those with the interest and the commitment to help document, preserve, and understand the educational experiences of American Indian people. We are looking forward to what the future will bring. K. Tsianina Lomawaima, Guest Editor

    56. ESL Web Guide: Schools/United States
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    58. CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: School Sisters Of Notre Dame
    (Catholic Encyclopedia)Category Society Religion and Spirituality N...... Their principal boarding schools are Baltimore, Maryland; Fort Lee their day andhigh schools the most at Baltimore, Quincy, Longwood and Chatawa, mississippi.
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    A religious community devoted to education. In the United Sates they have conducted parish schools and orphanages in numerous archdioceses and dioceses; they have also operated schools and an orphanage in the Diocese of Hamilton, Canada; an Indian school at Harbor Springs, Michigan; a school for black children at Annapolis; and a deaf-mute institute in Louisiana. Their principal boarding schools are: Baltimore, Maryland; Fort Lee, New Jersey; Quincy, Illinois; Longwood, Chicago; Prairie Du Chien, Wisconsin. Of their day and high schools the most prominent are at Baltimore, Quincy, Longwood and Chatawa, Mississippi. On 15 December, 1850, the motherhouse was transferred to Milwaukee, with Mother Mary Caroline Friess as vicar-general of the sisters in America. With money donated by King Louis I of Bavaria, a house was bought; this was absorbed later by Notre Dame Convent on St. Mary's Hill. On 2 January, 1851, St. Mary's parish school was opened and St. Mary's Institute for boarding and day pupils soon afterwards. On 31 July, 1876, owing to its growth and extension, the congregation was divided into two provinces; the Western, with motherhouse at Milwaukee; and the Eastern with motherhouse at Baltimore. A second division of the Western province became necessary, and on 19 March, 1895, the Southern province was formed, with its motherhouse in St. Louis. Training of Members SR. MARY JOSEPHINE

    59. Jobs In Education: Internet Resources -- Peabody Library, Peabody College Of Van
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