Fort Peck Indian Boarding School, Employee's Quarters, Northwest corner of Assiniboine Avenue and H Street, Poplar, Roosevelt County, MT
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Significance: It is a contributing building to the significance of the proposed Fort Peck Boarding School Historic District. Constructed in 1932, it is one of two buildings within the district built under the auspices of reformist Bureau of Indian Affairs Commissioners in Washington, DC who strove to improve conditions at Indian Schools. It is also illustrative of simple utilitarian plans and designs of late 1920s and early 1930s dwellings on Indian reservations.
Survey number: HABS MT-70-A