An Overview of Native American Boarding Schools

In the 1800s, Native American Boarding schools were opening in America and Canada to teach the Indigenous peoples English and assimilate them to American/Canadian society. Native American’s were seen as savages and it was “assumed that it was necessary to “civilize” Indian people, make them accept white men’s beliefs and value systems” (nativepartnership.org), despite them …

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The Strange Disappearance of Pierre April

Pierre April[Photo credit, unsolvedmysteries.fandom.com] In May 1992, a man regained consciousness near a Californian beach with nothing but a duffle bag and no idea who he was, “Those first few minutes, you’re literally nothing and you feel so empty. It’s very lonely and painful to be empty” (Unsolved.com). His initial thought was to call someone …

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