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High Plains School circa 1950

This black and white photograph of the High Plains Indian School was taken around 1950.Image for non-commercial, educational purposes only.

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Hello,
I am an intern working for the Office of State Archaeology here in downtown Raleigh. I am working on a database for American Indian Schools and would love some information on High Plains school. Information like the address, owners, notable alumni, people instrumental in the establishing of the school. Stuff like that to help fill in some of the blank spots I have. thanks for your time.
Regards,
Molefi Henderson

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