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About This Database
This resource includes more than 17,000 students who attended Chilocco Indian Agricultural School (also known as Chilocco Indian Industrial School, Chilocco Indian School, and Haworth Institute). The index was created using multiple sources, including the Chilocco Indian School Collection (1996.069), teachers' reports, school yearbooks, student rosters, US census, and information from the National Chilocco Alumni Association.
Chilocco Indian Agricultural School was a federal boarding school designed to transform and culturally assimilate American Indians. It was located in Kay County just south of the Oklahoma–Kansas state line. Thousands of American Indian students attended and resided at the school from 1884 to 1980. Find out more about the school in The Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture.
Chilocco Yearbooks (PDF)
- 1954 (National Archives)
- 1963 (National Archives)
- 1975 (Chilocco National Alumni Association)
- 1980 (Chilocco National Alumni Association)
- Chilocco Indian School, 1947 (F2012.120.01, The Newkirk Historical Society Collection, OHS)
- Chilocco Indian School (2010.108.1.030, Oklahoma Historical Society Film and Video Collection, OHS)
- Tsianina Lomawaima, "Chilocco Indian Agricultural School,"The Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture
- United States Indian Training School, Chilocco, O.T. , Oklahoma Digital Prairie
- View photographs, newspaper articles, and more on The Gateway to Oklahoma History
- Chilocco Indian Agricultural School Collection, Oklahoma State University
- Chilocco Indian Agricultural School Oral History Project, Oklahoma State University