Our Indian Wards

November 1911
America;11/18/1911, Vol. 6 Issue 6, p136
The article criticizes the United States Congress for passing a law that forbids the appropriations of funds for building schools for Catholic Indian children in the country. According to the author, the politicians' desire to keep religion out of the schools is contradicted by their move to supply Hampton Institution, a distinctly Protestant establishment, with all the money it wanted for its Indian students.


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