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The records for this school are in the [http://www.archives.gov/central-plains/kansas-city/holdings/rg-050-099.html Central Plains Regional Archives] of the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) in Kansas City.
 
The records for this school are in the [http://www.archives.gov/central-plains/kansas-city/holdings/rg-050-099.html Central Plains Regional Archives] of the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) in Kansas City.
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Microfilm copies of [http://www.familysearch.org/eng/library/fhlcatalog/supermainframeset.asp?display=titledetails&titleno=479404&disp=Superintendents+annual+narrative+and+sta%20%20&columns=*,0,0 “Narrative and Statistical Reports” for Bismarck] are included in National Archives Microcopy M1011, available in the National Archives system and in the collections of the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, beginning with their film number 1724219.
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[[Category:American Indian Schools]]

Revision as of 23:20, 29 September 2008

Bismarck Indian School opened in 1907 as one of the non-reservation co-ed boarding schools. It became an all-girls school in 1922. Enrollment ranged from 50 to 125 students per year until it was closed in 1937.

Title to the grounds were later transferred to the State of North Dakota in 1945 for use as a military reservation for the North Dakota National Guard. It is now called Fraine Barracks.

The records for this school are in the Central Plains Regional Archives of the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) in Kansas City.

Microfilm copies of “Narrative and Statistical Reports” for Bismarck are included in National Archives Microcopy M1011, available in the National Archives system and in the collections of the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, beginning with their film number 1724219.

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