This 1892 photo shows the Stickney Indian school at Lynden. An Indian chief donated land for the school, which was erected with help from a missionary society and with money from Mrs. Stickney of Albany, N.Y., and her daughter.
This 1892 photo shows the Stickney Indian school at Lynden. An Indian chief donated land for the school, which was erected with help from a missionary society and with money from Mrs. Stickney of Albany, N.Y., and her daughter. PHOTO COURTESY OF WHATCOM MUSEUM OF HISTORY & ART
This 1892 photo shows the Stickney Indian school at Lynden. An Indian chief donated land for the school, which was erected with help from a missionary society and with money from Mrs. Stickney of Albany, N.Y., and her daughter. PHOTO COURTESY OF WHATCOM MUSEUM OF HISTORY & ART

Boarding schools stripped Indians' culture

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