Indian and White Attitudes Relating to Indian Assimilation / A Comparison of Indian and White Pupils of Montana with Respect to Goals and Attitudes Towards Each Other. - H.E. Herrington and George V. Douglas. - Booklet. - December 1968.

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Database ID24763
InstitutionUniversity of Saskatchewan Libraries Special Collections
Fonds/CollectionCanadiana Pamphlets Collection
File/Item ReferenceXXXII-35-IndianAndWhite (36)
Date of creationDecember 1968
Physical description/extent1 booklet; 26 pages of textual records
Number of images26
Scope and contentThis study is the result of a questionnaire given to 8th and 12th grade Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal students living in Montana who were from reserves or lived close to a reserve. It focused on the occupational, financial and educational goals. The questionnaire also asked about situations in which respondents would be willing to associate with members of the opposite race.
ContributerMontana Agricultural Experiment Station, Montana State University (author)
Copyright holderMontana Agricultural Experiment Station, Montana State University
Copyright expiry dateUnknown
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Primary MediaTextual documents
Specific document typesPamphlets
Provenance Access PointUniversity of Saskatchewan Library. Canadiana Pamphlets Collection
Other notesBulletin 623.
PlaceBozeman, Montana, United States
Treaty boundariesInternational
Cultural regionPlains
NamesMontana Agricultural Experiment Station, Montana State University
Community Life
Culture -- Acculturation
Education -- Western
Government policy
Racism and stereotypes
Surveys and Studies
Date Range(s)1960-1969
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