FROM THE DEEP WOODS TO CIVILIZATION FOREWORD CONTENTS CHAPTER I THE WAY OPENS CHAPTER II MY FIRST SCHOOL DAYS CHAPTER III ON THE WHITE MAN'S TRAIL CHAPTER IV COLLEGE LIFE IN THE WEST CHAPTER V COLLEGE LIFE IN THE EAST CHAPTER VI A DOCTOR AMONG THE INDIANS CHAPTER VII THE GHOST DANCE WAR CHAPTER VIII WAR WITH THE POLITICIANS CHAPTER IX CIVILIZATION AS PREACHED AND PRACTISED CHAPTER X AT THE NATION'S CAPITAL CHAPTER XI BACK TO THE WOODS CHAPTER XII THE SOUL OF THE WHITE MAN LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS Charles A. Eastman (Ohiyesa). Many Lightnings. English name, Jacob Eastman. From an old daguerreotype of Dr. Eastman's father Typical Indian log cabin, such as Dr. Eastman's father lived in at Flandreau, Dakota Territory At home in the wilderness. A group of Indian teepees Santee Normal Training School, Santee, Nebraska, as it looks today Rev. Alfred L. Riggs, Superintendent Santee Training School Part of Class of '87, Dartmouth College, after a "Rush." Eastman in centre, front Mrs. Frank Wood, of Boston Eastman's "White Mother" Eastman at Knox College, 1880 Eastman in 1890, when he took his medical degree at Boston University Chapel of the Holy Cross, Pine Ridge Agency, used as hospital for wounded Indians during the "Ghost Dance War" Pine Ridge Agency, 1890 Mato-wa-nahtaka (Kicking Bear), High Priest of the "Messiah Craze," 1890- 91 Elaine Goodale Eastman Ohiyesa the Second, at five years of age, 1903 With guide and bark canoe, on Rainy Lake, Ontario.
Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Print version: Eastman, Charles A. From Deep Woods to Civilization