ERIC Number: ED032983
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1963
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A History of Chilocco Indian School.
Bradfield, Larry L.
A historical development of the Chilocco Indian School, Chilocco, Oklahoma, is presented in this master's thesis. Three periods were chosen to develop the history of the school: The Critical Period (1884-1902), The Middle Period (1902-1926), and The Recent Period (1926-1956). Within each of these periods activities of the school's superintendents; changes in the curriculum and make-up of the student body; and administrative, curriculum, and student problems are presented. Characteristics of the Indian students, efforts exerted toward school and plant planning, and curriculum development are also considered. (SW)
Descriptors: American Indians, Curriculum, Educational Finance, Educational History, Educational Problems, History, Masters Theses, School Administration, School Planning, Student Characteristics, Superintendents, United States History
Inter-library loan from University of Oklahoma Library, Norman, Oklahoma 73069.
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Identifiers: Chilocco Indian School OK; Oklahoma
Note: Master's Thesis submitted to University of Oklahoma, Graduate College (1963).