Includes bibliographical references (p. 97-100) and index.
Wilson's Junior High School, August 2001
Publisher's Weekly, October 1999
Booklist, December 1999
Kirkus Starred, October 1999
Horn Book, January 2000
Book Report, January 2000
Examines the purpose and daily routine of the Indian schools, focusing on the eighty-four Sioux boys and girls who left their tribe in 1879 to become students at Carlisle Indian School, the first institution opened by the federal government for the education of Native American children.