The Indian School Journal. A Magazine Printed By Indians. Volume Ten, Number Two. December 1909.

Chilocco, Oklahoma: United States Indian Service and the U. S. Indian School, Chilocco Oklahoma, 1909. 10" x 6.75". 54pp. Glossy wrappers. Final leaf a little worn at the fore edge, else nice VG+ condition. This issue contains articles on Monuments to Six Indian Chiefs, tunnel work by students at Chilocco, Estelle Reel on the Seattle Institute, Capt. John Webster on Preparing the Indian for self - support, a profile of Tecumseh, "Along the Washington Coast," a profile of the Quinault Indian Reservation, Christian Indians, and much more. Chilocco Indian School was an agricultural school for Native Americans located in north-central Oklahoma from 1884 to 1980. With many photo illustrations. Paperback (Item ID: 19155)

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