Carlisle Indian School
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Printing Room at Carlisle School, by F. B. Johnson, 1901, depicting a group of Native American boys standing in long aprons at several antique looking printing presses.

Credit: Library of Congress

Older male students at Carlisle were expected to learn a trade, such as printing or tin-smithing. Student printers at Carlisle produced many of the school's promotional materials, including a student magazine

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