The students raised most of the schools food on the grounds and prepared it in the kitchen. Collection: Brady Collection Repository: Museum of History and Industry, Seattle.Online Source Boys hoeing garden, Tulalip Indian School, ca. Photographer: Ferdinand Brady Boys were assigned to tend the school garden during their daily work period.
As part of their regular work assignment, the young men chopped, split, and stacked hundreds of cords of wood.
Shown in this photo are Sebastian Williams (second from left), Woody Loughrey (fifth from left) and Clarence Shelton (third from right). On the table sits a plant between two glass lamps (?
A large group of girls unifornmly dressed in plain long sleeve dresses, pose under a building at Fort Simcoe. Photograph: Woxie Haury Collection: Estelle Reel Repository: Eastern Washington State Historical Society Online Source Chemawa Indian School small boys dorm, Salem, Oregon. A large group of small boys sit on the grass in front of a three story building at the Chemawa Indian School. Mary's Mission in 1886 in a small "log house without a floor, window or chimney...".
Collection: Estelle Reel Repository: Eastern Washington State Historical Society Online Source American Horse with children and relatives during an 1882 visit to the Carlisle Indian School. In 1887 he moved to land offered by chief Smitkin along Omak Creek.
Shown in this photo are the youngest students, lined up in front of the girls dormitory. Two studio portraits; on left she poses with her hair down, in a beaded & fringed dress, necklace, and beaded moccasins.
The upper floor contained the bedrooms (including a sick room), the middle floor had a music room in the left wing, a reading room in the right, and a dining room in the center. Collection: Brady Collection Repository: Musuem of History and Industry, Seattle Online Source Yakima School girls, Fort Simcoe, Washington. On right she wears a western-style wedding dress (full length skirt, boned bodice, hair pinned up under a lace veil) and stands beside a young man in white tie. Collection: Estelle Reel Repository: Eastern Washington State Historical Society Online Source Learning sewing at St. Father Stephen de Rouge (former French Count de Rouge of the Chateau des Rues) began St.
A probation officer friend supplies the first batch of pupils fresh from Holloway prison via a clapped out old mini bus.
Suspicious neighbours and police together with newspaper reports naming the prison girls now hobnobbing in high society results in a raid and new court appearance for Lord Wingate.
Lord Wingate, aquitted after appearing in court for fraud, starts up a 'finishing school' to teach girls how to extract money from rich men, in return for a percentage of their gains.
He enlists the help of the Duchess of Burwood (Alcoholic Aristocrat played by Rose Alba) as a teacher and Hector (Cockney Geezer played by Nosher Powell) as fitness instructor.
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