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Researchers seek lost Native American boarding school graves

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The Genoa Indian Industrial School opened in 1884 and at its height was home to nearly 600 students. In the decades it was open, more than 4,300 children lived there, making it one of the largest Native American schools in the country. The children typically spent long, exhausting days, rising as early as 4 a.m. for chores, followed by several hours of school.
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Researchers seek lost Native American boarding school graves

The bodies of more than 80 Native American children are buried at the former Genoa Indian Industrial School in central Nebraska

2 months ago·United States
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Researchers seek lost Native American boarding school graves

The bodies of more than 80 Native American children are buried at the former Genoa Indian Industrial School in central Nebraska.

2 months ago·Raleigh, United States
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Researchers seek lost Native American boarding school graves

GENOA, Neb. (AP) — The bodies of more than 80 Native American children are buried at the former Genoa Indian Industrial School in central Nebraska. But for decades, the location of the student cemetery has been a mystery, lost over time after the school closed in 1931 and memories faded of the once-busy campus that […]

2 months ago·Richmond, United States
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Researchers looking for lost graves at Native American boarding school

The bodies of more than 80 Native American children are buried at the former Genoa Indian Industrial School in central Nebraska.

2 months ago·Phoenix, United States
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Researchers seek lost Native American boarding school graves

GENOA, Neb. (AP) — The bodies of more than 80 Native American children are buried at the former Genoa Indian Industrial School in central Nebraska. But for decades, the location of the student cemetery has been a mystery, lost over time after the school closed in 1931 and memories faded of the once-busy campus that […]

2 months ago·Savannah, United States
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Researchers seek lost Native American boarding school graves

More than 80 bodies are thought buried at the former Nebraska campus, which closed in 1931Scott McFetridgeAssociated Press GENOA, Neb. (AP) — The bodies of more than 80 Native American children are buried at the former Genoa Indian Industrial School in central Nebraska.But for decades, the location of the student cemetery has been a mystery, lost over time after the school closed in 1931 and memories faded of the once-busy campus that sprawled o…

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