Terror on the Osage Reservation

November is Native American Heritage Month. Visit National Archives News for more information on related events and resources. Today’s post comes from Thomas Richardson, an archives technician at the National Personnel Records Center in St. Louis, Missouri. The discovery of oil has changed the financial prospects for many people over the years. Wildcatters, drillers, and oil executives … Continue reading Terror on the Osage Reservation

Carlisle Indian School’s World War I Soldiers

November is Native American Heritage Month. Visit National Archives News for more information on related resources. Today’s post comes from Rachel Bartgis, conservator technician at the National Archives at College Park, MD. Founded in 1879, the United States Indian Industrial School in Carlisle, Pennsylvania (generally called the Carlisle Indian School) was a federally funded boarding … Continue reading Carlisle Indian School’s World War I Soldiers