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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for the years 1921-1932
([1921-1932])

Annual report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to the Secretary of the Interior for fiscal year ended June 30, 1926,   pp. [unnumbered]-56 PDF (23.0 MB)


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REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF INDIAN AFFAIRS                            
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TABLE 3.-Location, capacity, enrollment, attendance, and highest grade taught,
etc., of schools during fiscal year ended June 30, 1926-Continued 
Superintendencies and names of Capac- 
schools                ity 
Oklahoma-Continued. 
Osage superintendency: St. 
Louis's. 
Pawnee ---------------------- 
Quapaw superintendency----- 
Seneca ------------------- 
St. Mary's -------------- 
Seger superintendency: Seger- 
Shawnee superintendency: 
St. Mary's Academy. 
Total (exclusive of Five 
Tribes). 
Five Civilized Tribes --------- 
Cherokee   Nation: Se- 
quoyah Orphan train- 
ing. 
Creek Nation ----------- 
Euchee ------------- 
Eufaula_ 
ChickasawNation: Bloom- 
field. 
Choctaw Nation ------------ 
Jones Male Academy ----- 
Tuskahoma ------------ 
Wheelock Academy-.--- 
Old Goodland ----------- 
S t.  A g n es ,  A n tlers  .  . . . . . . 
Choctaw and Chickasaw Na- 
tions ---------------------- 
Murray State School of 
Agriculture. 
Oklahoma Presbyterian 
College. 
St. Agnes Academy, Ard- 
more. 
St. Elizabeth's ....... 
St. Joseph's -------------- 
Seminole Nation: Mekusukey- 
Oregon -------------------------- 
Klamath superintendency ---- 
Klamath --------------- 
No. 3 -------------------- 
Salem ----------------------- 
Umatilla superintendency -- 
Tutuilla Day School .... 
St. Andrews ------------ 
Warm. Springs superintend- 
ency: Warm Springs. 
75 
120 
220 
160 
60 
Total 
enroll- 
ment 
13 
134 
245 
181 
64 
120       128 
150       125 
2,175 
1, 830 
280 
237 
125 
112 
130 
623 
138 
110 
135 
200 
40 
460 
150 
50 
160 
70 
30 
100 
1, 258 
126 
100 
26 
850 
165 
15 
150 
117 
2, 574 
1, 743 
258 
281 
139 
142 
163 
613 
116 
113 
156 
166 
62 
279 
74 
47 
89 
41 
28 
149 
1, 340 
104 
83 
21 
977 
116 
6 
110 
143 
Average 
attend- 
ance 
13 
114 
223 
159 
64 
114 
112 
2, 048 
Highest 
grade 
taught 
6 
6" 
6 
8 
1,493      8 
246      8 
240 
115 
125 
121 
541 
107 
102 
123 
156 
53 
S7 
8 
8 
8 
8 
9 
250 
66 
45 
85    - 
28. 
26. 
95        6 
1,122  -------- 
81-...... 
66        7 
15        6 
864       11 
50-.----- 
6        8 
44        8 
127        7 
Class of school 
Contract mission boarding; Cath- 
olic. 
Reservation boarding. 
Do. 
Contract mission boarding; Cath- 
olic. 
Reservation boarding. 
Mission day; Catholic. 
Tribal boarding. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Contract boarding; undenom- 
inational. 
Contract boarding; Catholic. 
Contract boarding; State insti- 
tution. 
Contract mission boarding; Pres- 
byterian. 
Contract mission boarding; Cath- 
olic. 
Do. 
Do. 
Tribal boarding. 
Reservation boarding. 
Day. 
Nonreservation boarding. 
Day. 
Mission boarding; Catholic. 
Reservation boarding. 


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