the native american children did not go to school ,they tought the dogs to hunt
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what did native American children do at mission san juan capistrano
There were several groups at the missions. The priests were at the missions, Native American tribes( once they converted they weren't allowed to leave), and 5-6 soldiers. The Native Americans were often mistreated by both the priests and the soldiers.
His goal was to build missions in California and to convert the Native Americans living there. The Native Americans were treated very cruelty by him and abused. At many of the missions mass Native American graves were found by historians.
they played tag
the nineteenth century supposrters of assimilation attempted to teach native american children the european-american ways
The missions were started when Mexicans wanted to teach and civilize Native American Indians in California. The person who started the missions was Junipera Serra, known as Father Serra.
The California mission Native Americans were not treated very well. They were beaten and forced to live at the missions. They did all the work. Historians have found mass Native American graves at missions.
The missions didn't help the Native Americans. Many were killed by the priests and put into mass graves ( the graves are still there), they were not allowed to practice their cultural rites or to speak native languages, and they were required to work at the mission. I think even worse than the mission system was the government Native American schools. Children were taken from their parents and tribe to live at the schools. They were not allowed to speak native languages or learn the traditional things about their tribe.
Geronimo Stilton is the name of a children's book character - he is a mouse, not a Native American.