List of Native American Boarding Schools

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List of Native American Boarding Schools
Portraits of Native Americans from the Cherokee, Cheyenne, Choctaw, Comanche, Iroquois, and Muscogee tribes in European American attire. Some are of mixed race. Photos date from 1868 to 1924.

List of Native American Boarding Schools

  • Albuquerque Indian School, Albuquerque, New Mexico
  • Bacone College, Muscogee, Oklahoma, 1881–present
  • Bloomfield Seminary, Hendrix/Ardmore, Oklahoma
  • Bond’s Mission School or Montana Industrial School for Indians, run by Unitarians, Crow Indian Reservation near Custer Station, Montana 1886-1897
  • Carlisle Indian School, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, open 1879-1918
  • Chamberlain Indian School, Chamberlain, South Dakota
  • Chemawa Indian School, Salem, Oregon
  • Cheyenne-Arapaho Boarding School, Concho, Oklahoma
  • Chilocco Indian Agricultural School, Chilocco, Oklahoma, open 1884-1980
  • Chinle Boarding School, Many Farms, Arizona
  • Dwight Mission, Marble City, Oklahoma
  • El Meta Bond College, Minco, Oklahoma
  • Euchee Boarding School, Sapulpa, Oklahoma
  • Eufaula Indian School, Eufaula, Oklahoma
  • Flandreau Indian School, South Dakota
  • Fort Bidwell School, California
  • Fort Shaw Indian School, Fort Shaw, Montana
  • Genoa Indian Industrial School, Genoa, Nebraska
  • Greenville School, California
  • Hampton Institute, began accepting Native students in 1878
  • Haskell Indian Industrial Training School, Lawrence, Kansas, 1884–present
  • Hayward Indian School, Hayward, Wisconsin
  • Holbrook Indian School, Holbrook, Arizona
  • Ignacio Boarding School, Colorado
  • Intermountain Indian School, Utah
  • Jones Male Academy, Hartshorne, Oklahoma
  • Mekosukey Academy, Oklahoma
  • Morris Industrial School for Indians, Morris, Minnesota, open 1887—1909
  • Murray State School of Agriculture, Tishomingo, Oklahoma, est. 1908
  • Nenannezed Boarding School, New Mexico
  • Nuyaka School and Orphanage (Nuyaka Mission, Presbyterian), Okmulgee, Oklahoma, 1884–1933
  • Oklahoma Presbyterian College for Girls, Durant, Oklahoma
  • Oklahoma School for the Blind, Muskogee, Oklahoma
  • Oklahoma School for the Deaf, Sulphur, Oklahoma
  • Old Goodland Indian Orphanage, Hugo, Oklahoma
  • Oneida Indian School, Wisconsin
  • Osage Boarding School, Pawhuska, Oklahoma
  • Pawnee Boarding School, Pawnee, Oklahoma, opened 1878
  • Phoenix Indian School, Phoenix, Arizona
  • Pierre Indian School, Pierre, South Dakota
  • Pine Ridge Boarding School, Pine Ridge, South Dakota
  • Pinon Boarding School, Pinon, Arizona
  • Pipestone Indian School, Pipestone, Minnesota
  • Rapid City Indian School, Rapid City, South Dakota
  • Red Moon School, Oklahoma
  • Riverside Indian School, Anadarko, Oklahoma
  • St. Agnes Academy, Ardmore, Oklahoma
  • St. Agnes Mission, Antlers, Oklahoma
  • St. Boniface Indian School, Banning, California
  • St. Elizabeth’s Boarding School, Purcell, Oklahoma
  • St. Josephs Boarding School, Chickasha, Oklahoma
  • San Juan Boarding School, New Mexico
  • Santa Fe Indian School, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • Seger School, Oklahoma
  • Sherman Indian High School, Riverside, California
  • Shiprock Boarding School, Shiprock, New Mexico
  • Seneca Indian School, Wyandotte, Oklahoma
  • Sequoyah High School, Tahlequah, Oklahoma
  • Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute, Albuquerque, New Mexico
  • Springfield Indian School, Springfield, South Dakota
  • Stewart Indian School, Carson City, Nevada
  • Tomah Indian School, Wisconsin
  • Thomas Indian School, near Irvington, New York
  • Wahpeton Indian School, North Dakota
  • Tuskahoma Female Academy, Muskogee, Oklahoma
  • Wheelock Academy, Millerton, Oklahoma
  • Wittenberg Indian School, Wittenberg, Wisconsin
  • Mount Pleasant Indian Industrial Boarding School, Mount Pleasant, Michigan 1893-1934

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