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The following online extras accompany the print version of the winter 2019 edition of the Forum, the theme of which is Roots.

"An Indian Boarding School Family" by Farina King

1 Leonard Perry, “Inside Look at Early Crownpoint Boarding School,” Crownpoint Baahane’ 1, no. 5 (May 22, 2009): 4, in “Crownpoint, New Mexico: Past and Present as Viewed through the Crownpoint Baahane’ Newsletter” (Vol. 1), ed. Leonard Perry, self-published.

2 “Echoes from the South West: Commencement at the Santa Fe, Indian Training School, June 22, 1897,” The Red Man: His Present and Future 14, no. 6 (July and August 1897), Indian Industrial School, Carlisle, PA., accessed online in Carlisle Indian School Digital Resource Center, http://carlisleindian.dickinson.edu/sites/all/files/docs-publications/RedMan_v14n06_0.pdf; and “May Purdy,” United States of America, Bureau of the Census, Twelfth Census of the United States, 1900, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1900, T623, 1854 rolls, accessed online via Ancestry.com.

3 Ina Mae Sousea Ance, “My Early Years,” 1-2, in “Ina Mae Ance, 1908-2010: She Was A Teacher. Her Stories,” personal family writings, shared with permission by her daughter Dorothy Webb.

4 Ina Mae Ance, “My Father’s Choice,” 12, in “Ina Mae Ance, 1908-2010.” See also “Obituary: Ina Mae Ance,” Las Cruces Sun-News, October 7, 2010, http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/lcsun-news/obituary.aspx?n=ina-mae-ance&pid=145822229&fhid=7156. Generations of some Native American families became employees of the federal government through the Indian Service. See Cahill, “An Indian Teacher among Indians: American Indian Labor in the Indian Service,” in Federal Fathers and Mothers: A Social History of the United States Indian Service, 1869-1933 (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2011), 104-135.

5 Ance., “Sing Along At Haskell,” 12.

6 Billie, interview.

7 Ance, “Sing Along at Haskell,” 13.

8 Peter Alvarez, “The Alvarez Family,” in “Ina Mae Ance’s Memory Book: Memories and Experiences Written by Her Family and Friends,” self-published by Dorothy Webb, Mesilla Park, New Mexico, 2004, 1.

9 Ina Mae Ance, “September 1927,” 18, in “Ina Mae Ance, 1908-2010.”

10 “Obituary: Ina Mae Ance,” Las Cruces Sun-News; and Ina Mae Ance, “July 1928,” 24, in “Ina Mae Ance, 1908-2010.”

11 Ina Mae Ance, “My Father’s Choice,” 13, in “Ina Mae Ance, 1908-2010.”

12 Ance, “My Father’s Choice,” 14.

13 Dorothy Ance, “Editorial: My Crownpoint,” Crownpoint Baahane’ 1, no. 1 (January 2009): 3, in “Crownpoint New Mexico: Past and Present as Viewed through the Crownpoint Baahane’ Newsletter,” (Vol. 1) ed. Leonard Perry, self-published.

14 Peter Alvarez, “The Alvarez Family,” 1, in “Ina Mae Ance’s Memory Book.”

15 See Dorothy Ance, “Always a Teacher: Ina Mae Ance,” Crownpoint Baahane’, 1, no. 5 (May 22, 2009): 6, in “Crownpoint New Mexico: Past and Present as Viewed through the Crownpoint Baahane’ Newsletter,” (Volume 1) ed. Leonard Perry, self-published.

16 See, for example, Lucille H. Begay, 3, in “Ina Mae Ance’s Memory Book.”

17 Dorothy Ance, “Always a Teacher,” 6-7.

18 Lynda Arviso Becenti Whyte cited in Ance, “Always a Teacher,” 7. Lynda Arviso Becenti Whyte, 23, in “Ina Mae Ance’s Memory Book.”

19 Carolyn Joe, 11, in “Ina Mae Ance’s Memory Book: Memories and Experiences Written by Her Family and Friends,” self-published by Dorothy Webb, Mesilla Park, New Mexico, 2004.

 

"Roots and Remembrance: The Role of Slavery in Higher Education" by Lynn Rainville

1 Nagil, Dominik. “The Governmentality of Slavery in Colonial Boston, 1690-1760.” American Studies Vol. 58, No. 1 (2013), p. 7.

2 “Letter from Sven Beckert, Laird Bell Professor of History,” https://www.harvard.edu/slavery.

3 Beckert, Sven, Katherine Stevens and the students of the Harvard and Slavery Research Seminar. Harvard and Slavery; Seeking a Forgotten History, 2011.

4 Beckert, et al., 16.

5 Bedard, Rachel, Cassaundra Coulter, Brianna Larkin, Annie Lewis, Sage Morgan-Hubbard, Kathleen Osbotn, Basirat Ottun, Vidya Putcha, Viki Rasmusen, Eric Sagrans, Ari Savitzky, and Sean Siperstein. The 2004-2005 Slavery and Justice Undergraduate Group Research Project Recommendations to the University Steering Committee on Slavery and Justice, May 16, 2005.

6 https://www.brown.edu/initiatives/slavery-and-justice/.

7 https://www.wm.edu/sites/lemonproject/

8 http://slavery.georgetown.edu/.

9 Kelley, Kitty. “A Reparations Movement Begat at Georgetown.” New Yorker May 20, 2019. https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/05/20/a-reparations-movement-begat-at-georgetown.

10 “Fletcher family comes full circle, holds reunion at Sweet Briar.” August 4, 2008. http://oldweb.sbc.edu/news/uncategorized/fletcher-family-full-circle-holds-reunion-sweet-briar/.

11 “Yale changes Calhoun College’s name to honor Grace Murray Hopper.” Yale News. February 11, 2017. https://news.yale.edu/2017/02/11/yale-change-calhoun-college-s-name-honor-grace-murray-hopper-0

12 Deetz, Kelley Fanto, Bradley Lynn Coleman, Jody Allen, and Thomas E. Camden. “Redefining History and Heritage at Virginia’s Colleges and Universities.” History News Autumn 2016, p. 27.

13 “Universities Studying Slavery (USS) – The Birth of a Movement.” https://slavery.virginia.edu/universities-studying-slavery-uss-the-birth-of-a-movement/.

14 https://exhibits.lib.unc.edu/exhibits/show/slavery/introduction.

15 https://www.furman.edu/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/Seeking_Abraham_Furman_Task_Force_on_Slavery_and_Justice_Report.pdf.

16 “Evidence Suggests burial ground of enslaved people lies beneath campus.” The Collegian, July 29, 2019. https://www.thecollegianur.com/article/2019/07/evidence-suggests-burial-ground-of-enslaved-people-lies-beneath-campus.

17 https://slavery.virginia.edu/memorial-for-enslaved-laborers/ and https://www.wm.edu/sites/enslavedmemorial/.

18 Harris, Leslie M. and James T. Campbell, et al. Slavery and the University: History and Legacies. University of Georgia Press, 2019.

 

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