A federal investigation seeks to uncover the painful history of Native American boarding schools

By: - July 8, 2021 2:47 pm
Indigenous students load loaves of bread into a wheelbarrow outside of a bakery in 1880

Students Samuel High Bear and Guy (Bear Don’t Scare) work at the Carlisle Indian Industrial School bakery in 1880. This is a posed photo of them loading loaves of bread on a wheelbarrow outside the bakery. (John N. Choate, Carlisle, Pa. | Cumberland County Historical Society)

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Allison Winter
Allison Winter

Allison Winter is a Washington D.C. correspondent for States Newsroom, a network of state-based nonprofit news outlets that includes the New Hampshire Bulletin.