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The Carlisle Standard

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…”the Assistant Commissioner of Indian Affairs stating after a recent tour that the Indian schools are “at least twenty-five years in advance of the present public-school system in industrial training.”

Appearances were vital to the success of this government-run Indian boarding school. The lawns were often well manicured and the grounds well kept. These schools were considered to be in  better condition than most of the public schools offered. Moreover, the education was considered finer than those in the public schools as well as the teachers had a higher education and superior training and there was a much wider range of subjects taught.