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Promise of Equality?

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“Think of the splendid opportunity these girls have to become good housekeepers, for the best house-keepers in the country may be found in these Pennsylvania homes.”

Richard Henry Pratt may have preached equality, but the educational fates of his student reveal how his dreams had fallen short. Carlisle’s reliance on industrial trades and domestic labor ultimately prepared their students to enter only less socially prestigious positions. In particular, the outing system described in the quotation above served to reinforce racial hierarchies.