This book investigates the surveillance and the students’ lives in the Ottoman Tribal School. It shows how Abdulhamid II, and his governors established mechanisms for the control of the students. The work focuses on which strategies and tools were used by the sultan and his governors to supervise the sons of tribes in the school. This book also narrates the students’ lives in the school. It takes into consideration the students’ experiences, problems, and their reactions against the school administration. Most of the primary sources used in this work are documents of the Ottoman Archives.