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1900 Census - Colorado Indian Industrial Schools
The Colorado State Archives has extracted names from the Fort Lewis and Grand Junction Indian Industrial Schools 1900 Federal Census. The information found in these indexes is especially helpful since the Federal Indian Census before 1930 provided only information on the person's name, date of birth, gender, and relationship to the head of the family. After 1930 the Census provided information on the individual's degree of Indian blood, marital status, ward status, place of residence, and also included miscellaneous commentary.
List of Indian students of various tribes at the Choctaw Academy in Scott County, Kentucky in 1838.
OHS Research Center | Teacher's Reports
Search Dawes Commission Teacher's Quarterly Reports, from the Oklahoma Historical Society. This database includes information for more than 9,000 students from the teacher's reports found in the records of the Dawes Commission.
Records date from 1904 to January, 1907 for Choctaw, Cherokee, Chickasaw and Creek Nations in what is now Oklahoma.
Sherman Indian Museum
Riverside, California. The Sherman Indian High School was one of several off-reservation boarding schools opened by the United States government in the late 1800s.