A tent used as a home by Indians.
This was the land the government set aside for the Indians.
These were soft, leather shoes worn by Indians.
This was the Indian agency where the Indians of the Yankton reservation received their food rations.
These were the Indians on the reservation where Zitkala-Sa lived.
This was a domed and rounded shelter used by Indians.
White's boarding school
This institution was run cruelly, treating Indian children like slaves and stripping them of their Indian identity.
This was a white institution that Gertrude attended and where she entered and won oratorical competitions.
This destitute community of Indians was where Gertrude and Raymond lived after marriage.
This was a small cactus, which according to some people, including Gertrude, was an addictive drug.
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