Sarah Winnemucca's Practical Solution of the Indian Problem

Sarah Winnemucca's Practical Solution of the Indian Problem

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Excerpt from Sarah Winnemucca's Practical Solution of the Indian Problem: A Letter to Dr. Lyman Abbot of the "Christian Union"
This appeal immediately brought $400 in sums from one dollar to fifty dollars, and a promise Of another $100 for August; and I sent word to her to keep her scholars. This was a great proof Of the moral impression she had made Of herself in the sum mer Of 1888, for already all the organized sympathy for the Indians in the East was pre-engaged; as, before the Piutes were heard Of, all the funds to be raised by the women's associations were pledged to their own missionary work; while General Armstrong came every year and carried Off thousands Of dollars for Hampton School and Carlisle, and Bishop Hare did the same for Dakota.

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