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Barbara Landis - Carlisle Indian Industrial School Site

This website, begun in 1993, reflects the collaborative efforts of Barbara Landis and Genevieve Bell.  According to the website's creators, their "express purpose in keeping this history alive is to encourage...

Carlisle Indian School Symposium

The Carlisle Indian School Symposium was held with the hope of "bring[ing] together Native and non-Native scholars, leaders, artists, and community members to share their work, concerns, and perspectives." To view videos, photographs, relfections, the program from the symposium, and more select...

Finding the Lost Ones

This website features interactive storyboard content chronicling the lives of Jack and Kesetta (Lipan Apache), also known as the "Lost Ones." Audio and video content is combined with dynamic images and mapping to highlight various elements of Jack and Kesetta's lives, as well as the story of...

Indian Country Today Media Network

Owned by the Oneida Indian Nation of New York, Indian Country Today Media Network offers coverage of Native American news and is a resource for recent news about the Carlisle Indian School. 

Reservations within the limits of the United States, 1892

This map shows the location of Indian Boarding School throughout the United States.

Click on the link above. As you move your mouse cursor over a number on the map, the name of the appropriate Indian Boarding School will appear.

Student Work from the Carlisle Indian Industrial School at the Cumberland County Historical Society

Some examples of academic work done by students while attending the Carlisel Indian Industrial School are housed in the collections of the Cumberland County Historical Society. The historical society has made some of those materials available online through their Carlisle Indian School History...

Western Americana Collection at Princeton University Library Department of Rare Books and Special Collections

The Western Americana Collection at Princeton University Library Department of Rare Books and Special Collections "consists of photographs of Indians of the Americas and views of the American West." Included in this collection are 103 photographs taken by John Nicholas Choate of the Carlisle...

Xwi7xwa Library at the University of British Columbia

Xwi7xwa Library, located at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, is the only Aboriginal academic branch library in Canada, and is dedicated to the study of...

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