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[Hampton Institute, Hampton, Va. - children of Indian students educated at Hampton - four children and two adults posed seated]

[Hampton Institute, Hampton, Va. - children of Indian students educated at Hampton - four children and two adults posed seated]

 
 
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Reproduced in: To Lead and to Serve: American Indian Education at Hampton Institute, 1878-1923. [Charlottesville] : Virginia Foundation for the Humanities and Public Policy in cooperation with Hampton University, c1989, p. 54. Image is identified there as: "Benjamin Brave and his family, Sioux, Lower Brule Reservation."
Frances Benjamin Johnston Collection (Library of Congress).
LOT subdivision subject: Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute - Campus & Rural Life.
Caption card tracings: Children; Indians Education; Indians Families; Family Groups; Univ -; Geogr.

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01/01/1899
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Johnston, Frances Benjamin, 1864-1952, photographer
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