Were Students More Likely to Run Away from the Carlisle Indian School if Their Tribe was in the Same Region as the School? Background on the Carlisle Indian Industrial School Served as the model for off-reservation boarding schools across the U.S. and Canada Operating from 1879-1918, CIS enrolled over 10,000 students from across the United […]
These are two more visualizations I’m planning to use for my project, in addition to two tableau public visualizations. Although they are static charts, I believe they help my project. The bar graph shows how many students from each region ran away and the pie chart shows the percentage of total students that ran away […]
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1h7gw2aa1QGCUU7WJR6NkUZmO591z1zlJJrnw7-kEUb4/edit?usp=sharing It wont let me embed the google spreadsheet but I was able to link it, this should work. This is my cleaned up data for the final project.
For my final project, I am going to be using the “Dickinson College Archives, Carlisle Indian School Digital Resource Center”. This dataset lays out individuals that attended the Carlisle Indian School and provides other information on them, such as age, height, what tribe they originated from, if their parents are still living, among other information. […]
For my final project, I was thinking of using the dataset Dickinson College Archives, Carlisle Indian School Digital Resource Center. With this dataset I was thinking of arguing, or exploring, if children with both parents still living were more likely to run away from the school or get expelled than children with only one, or […]