Many Cultures One Family: Celebrating Cultural Diversity Across Tribal Lines at the Santa Fe Indian School
Bell, Robert A.
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"The Santa Fe Indian School is best known for the art that its students and faculty produced. Two aspects of the school that have not been researched very closely are 1) the interactions between the students that attended the school, and 2) the role Progressive educators played in that interaction. The Pueblo students attending the school created a family and community within the school across tribal lines through the use of Pueblo cultural values." -abstract.
Indians of North America--Education--New Mexico--History
Indian art--North America
Santa Fe Indian School--History