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Bald, F. Clever. "Scholarships for Indians in the University of Michigan." Michigan History 38 (1954): 410-411.
Bald makes note of these scholarships and the reasons for their existence.

Elizondo, Juan B. "House Panel Restores Indian Tuition Waiver for College, Lansing, Michigan." News From Indian Country 9 (Late April 1995): 3.
News from the Michigan Legislature about the Indian Tuition Program.

"Cree Who Opened Michigan Education Doors Largely Unknown." News From Indian Country 9 (Late January 1995): 8
Fred Boyd paved the way for students of American Indian descent to attend Michigan colleges and universities tuition free.

Edwards, Elizabeth. "To Educate the Indian." Traverse Northern Michigan's Magazine 21 (January 2002): 40-45.
The Mount Pleasant Indian school was a federal facility where thousands of Michigan's Native American children lived away from their families during the early decades of the 1900's.

"Education Priority for Michigan Indian Commission." News From Indian Country 4 (August 1989): 33.
Tom Topash, new chairman for the Michigan Commission on Indian Affairs, has identified education as one of the agency's top priorities.

Francis, Shirley. "Native American Conferences in Traverse City." Indian Talk 1 (March 1974): 10-15.
Report on the Native American Education conference.

Francis, Shirley. "Status Report: The Fort Meigs Treaty Lawsuit." Indian Talk 1 (February 1974): 1-5.
University of Michigan and Indian Educational Trust lands report.

The school at Rensselaer, Indiana was established in order to train older and better "scholars" in a five year program so they could be returned to reservations to teach others the way of the Catholic white man.

Ludlow, Helen W. "Indian Education at Hampton and Carlisle." Harpers New Monthly Magazine LXII (April 1881): 659-675.
This article includes pictures, information about the schools, their classes, and the theory behind the education they provide.

Molin, Paulette Fairbanks. " 'Training the Hand, the Head, and the Heart': Indian Education at Hampton Institute." Minnesota History 51 (Fall 1988): 82-98.
Molin concentrates on the Chippewa students at Hampton in this article.

"Northern Michigan U to offer Native American Studies Minor." News From Indian Country 6 (Late August 1992): 26.
Northern Michigan University, which has the largest Native American enrollment among state colleges and universities in Michigan, will be offering its first academic program in Native Studies this fall.

Parsons, Joseph A. Jr. "Civilizing the Indians of the Old Northwest 1800-1810." Indiana Magazine of History LVI (September 1960): 195-216.
A history of the effort to establish a program for educating and civilizing the Indians.

Rubenstein, Bruce. "To Destroy a Culture: Indian Education in Michigan, 1855-1900." Michigan History 60 (Summer 1976): 137-160.
Education of Indians from missionaries to boarding schools.

"School Seeks to Instill Pride Among Native Students." News From Indian Country​ 9 (Mid February 1995): 5.
Medicine Bear Academy in Detroit offers classes in Native American dance, legends and jewelry making in addition to a regular curriculum.

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