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“Intermediate” students inside a classroom at an American Indian boarding school in Beaulieu, Minnesota, c.1900.
Students at an American Indian board school, c.1900.
Students inside a classroom at an American Indian boarding school, c.1900.
Students at an American Indian boarding school perform a Thanksgiving play, c.1900.
A young child inside an American Indian boarding school, c.1890s.
Students and staff of an American Indian boarding school, c.1900.
Children at an American Indian boarding school work in a garden plot, c.1890s.
Members of the White Earth boarding school band photographed by the A. A. Richardson Photo-Illustrating Company between 1908 and 1916.
Students performing a drill on the grounds of an American Indian boarding school, c.1890s.
First school at St. Mary's Mission, Red Lake, Minnesota, c.1880s.
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