Sioux Girls at Indian School Cabinet Card
Scope and Contents
The cabinet card shows eleven Sioux girls posed for a group portrait. On the back of the cabinet card, there is hand-written text, “Group girls, Indian School, Pierre, S.D.”
- Creation: circa 1890
- Almagre Books (Organization)
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Biographical / Historical
The Indian School at Pierre, South Dakota, was founded in 1891. The school continues today as the Pierre Indian Learning Center.
0.08 Linear Feet (1 folder (SC 11-3))
Language of Materials
This collection is comprised of a single cabinet card from c1890 featuring Sioux girls at an Indian School in Pierre, South Dakota.
The Sioux Girls at Indian School Cabinet Card was purchased by the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in November 2010.
- Pierre Indian Learning Center (Pierre, South Dakota) (Organization)
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