American Baptist Day School on the Crow Reservation

American Baptist day schools on the Crow reservation; Lodge Grass; Wyola; Pryor Reno Creek; and Black Lodge

Day schools were founded in the early reservation period of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries and were developed as an alternative to boarding schools where students were often forced to attend and live on the school premises while attending school sometimes being rounded up and virtually captured by agency employees including the Indian police from unwilling families

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Little Big Horn College