of Alaska Native Eduation
Excerpts from Teaching
with Documents: Using Primary Sources from the National Archives,
National Archives and Records Administration and National Council for
the Social Studies, Washington, D.C., 1989
Photographs of images of Alaska Native education dating back to as early
as 1908, by geographic location.
- Historic Photographs of Villages, Schools,
and Students from the 1920's to the 1970's. (Most Photos Courtesy
of the National Archives--Pacific Alaska Region, Regional Archives,
- Historic Photographs (courtesy of
Anchorage Museum of History and Art)
- Historic Photographs
(courtesy of Lomen Brothers' Photographic Collection, Glenbow
Archives, Glenbow-Alberta Institute, Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
with the correspondence of educators from so long ago? Click here to
Copies of correspondence and Annual School Reports dating back to 1908
can be found in the links for Kotzebue, Kivalina, and Kotzebue. Many
more communities have similar reports in the microfilm collection for
the Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1908-1935. These microfilm records can
be viewed at the office of the National Archives, Pacific Alaska Region
in Anchorage, Alaska.
Documents of United
States Indian Policy - Four excerpts from Documents of United States
Indian Policy, Second Edition, Expanded, edited by Francis Paul Prucha
by permission of the University of Nebraska Press. Copyright ©
1975, 1990 by the University of Nebraska Press.
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- Use of English
in Indian Schools, Extract from the Annual Report of the Commissioner
of Indian Affairs, September 21, 1887
- Marriage Between
White Men and Indian Women, August 9, 1888
- Indian Commissioner
Morgan on Indian Policy, Extract from the Annual Report of
the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, October 1, 1889.
Report on Indian Education, December 1, 1889