[ US /ˈskuɫˌkɹæft/ ]
  1. United States geologist and ethnologist and explorer who discovered the source of the Mississippi River (1793-1864)
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How To Use Schoolcraft In A Sentence

  • They are mere phantoms or puppets of schoolcraft, laboriously put together by a learning drawn from old folios. Shakspere and Montaigne
  • To know that any life which does not provide the opportunities for service is not worth the living, and that any life, however humble, that does provide these opportunities is rich beyond the reach of earthly rewards, -- this is the first lesson that the tyro in schoolcraft must learn, be he sixteen or sixty-five. Craftsmanship in Teaching
  • The shelter staff began vaccinating all "adoptable" animals eight months ago, shelter director Kim Schoolcraft said. The Daily News - News
  • “Henceforth, my friend,” said he, “moderate your zeal in hurrying others to the gallows; be not too certain of your safety, even though you should have the law on your side; and above all take care how you play off your schoolcraft another time upon an old soldier.” The Alhambra
  • On the whole, I can see no reason why I should not encourage young men to enter the service of schoolcraft. Craftsmanship in Teaching
  • The Village Voice has written four stories about Schoolcraft's tapes, which have led both cops and victims from other precincts in the city to come forward and corroborate his claims with similar and disturbing reports about the NYPD's lowballing or hiding crimes. Len Levitt: Schoolcraft in a Psych Ward: Who's the Real Crazy One?
  • Our sage critics are not aware how many and whom they include in the denunciation of 'a few men who _pretend_ to all the knowledge, all the wisdom of the country; 'if by a _few_ they mean all who have spoken in the most favorable terms of Mr. Schoolcraft's book. Personal Memoirs of a Residence of Thirty Years with the Indian Tribes on the American Frontiers
  • And yet this vow of fidelity and devotion to the spirit of schoolcraft would be an empty form without the two complementary vows that give it worth and meaning. Craftsmanship in Teaching
  • And I should like this evening to imagine that these graduates are undergoing an analogous initiation into the privileges and duties of schoolcraft, and that these vows which I shall enumerate, embody some of the ideals that govern the work of that craft. Craftsmanship in Teaching
  • Mr. Schoolcraft prefers, and quite justly the name Iroquois, as descriptive of this confederacy, instead of Six Nations, since the term is well known, and applicable to them in every part of their history. An Account of Sa-Go-Ye-Wat-Ha, or Red Jacket, and His People, 1750-1830
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