Letters and reports, 1910-1914, kept by Robert Swift, a teacher at the Stockbridge Day School No. 2 on Stockbridge Reservation. Letters from the superintendent of the area Indian Schools request Swift's assistance with collecting tuition from all White pupils attending the school. While Melinda Williams' reports emphasize the importance on teaching hygiene to children, Swift's reports include an overview of teaching English to his White pupils.
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