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Native Americans

Displaying 151 - 177 of 177
Title Date Summary
151 Jim Thorpe, Indian athlete, gives up sports; greatest athlete of all time
College Eye 17:30, p.6
1/27/1926 Profile of Jim Thorpe.
152 Big Sioux Indian chief Red Fox will appear tomorrow: first program at 9:30
College Eye 17:6, p.1
7/8/1925 Speaker profile.
153 Fall term graduate teaches in Indian school
College Eye 15:25, p.3
3/5/1924 Anna Lodwick writes about her work at the Haskell Institute.
154 Our beginning
College Eye 15:15, p.1
12/12/1923 Brief history of the Orphans Home; photo.
155 "North American Indian"; customs, music, dances by Loring, assisted by a Sioux Indian
College Eye 14:36, p.1
3/14/1923 Harold Loring will speak on American Indians.
156 T. C. man teaching in Indian school
College Eye 12:4, p.5
9/22/1920 John C. Cass attends college in summer and works in a mission school during the school year.
157 The Sioux
Old Gold 0:0, p.311
6/1/1914 Illustration of a Native American woman; description of club; roster of members; photo.
158 "Tahan talks;" lecturer pleases large audience; gives interesting tale of Indian life
Normal Eyte 20:13, p.219
12/8/1909 Joseph K. Griffis spoke on American Indians.
159 The following interesting letter
Johnson--Marie (Class of 1899)
Normal Eyte 19:20, p.319
2/24/1909 Marie Johnson writes to President Seerley to tell him about her experiences with California Indian tribe.
160 Burial of an Indian Councilor
Normal Eyte 18:5, p.70
10/9/1907 Describes burial of Wah-wah-to-see.
161 We publish today
Normal Eyte 18:5, p.67
10/9/1907 Believes story of Native American serves as an instructional tool for younger students.
162 Marie Johnson
Normal Eyte 17:23, p.359
3/6/1907 Teaching at school for American Indians in California.
163 Society
Normal Eyte 17:6, p.89
10/17/1906 Shakes and Aristos hold banquet; Ossolis focus on race; Clios consider American Indians.
164 I. S. N. S. Lecture Course; Mrs. Katherine Erty-Bowden's pictorial story of Hiawatha
Normal Eyte 16:25, p.390
3/28/1906 Performance preview.
165 Indians play football
Normal Eyte 15:15, p.225
1/10/1905 Praise for skills of American Indians in playing football.
166 The Oregonian
Normal Eyte 14:8, p.119
10/24/1903 M. W. Cooper is teaching at the Chemana Indian School.
167 Clio
Normal Eyte 14:6, p.89
10/10/1903 The Clios presented a program on the American Indian.
168 M. W. Cooper
Normal Eyte 12:18, p.278
2/1/1902 Teaching in Washington state.
169 Aristo Society
Normal Eyte 11:30, p.742
5/4/1901 Presented American Indian program.
170 Ossoli Society
Normal Eyte 11:28, p.693
4/20/1901 Present programs on American Indians, examinations, and comic play.
171 Rachel McGregor
Normal Eyte 9:23, p.547
3/24/1900 Missionary with the Tama County Indians.
172 Athletic
Normal Eyte 8:33, p.474
5/27/1899 Team of American Indians will come to campus to play baseball; ISNS beats Western College, 16-9.
173 Mounds and their builders
Normal Eyte 5:15, p.126
1/18/1896 Essay by Frederick Starr.
174 E. E. Harrison
Normal Eyte 3:11, p.84
11/18/1893 Still working at Santa Fe Indian schools.
175 Elmer E. Harrison
Normal Eyte 2:23, p.182
3/4/1893 Assistant principal at Indian school in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
176 Mr. E. E. Harrison
Normal Eyte 2:8, p.63
11/1/1892 Clerk and assistant superintendent at Indian training school in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
177 Daniel Jennings
Normal Eyte 1:5, p.36
2/9/1892 Principal of Indian school in Washington; married recently.


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