Grace Stenberg Parsons, 1893-1985 [RG1298.AM]

HISTORY NEBRASKA MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID



RG1298.AM:  Grace Stenberg Parsons, 1893-1985



Papers:  1880s-1930s; mostly 1900-1930

Genoa, Nance County, Nebraska

Size:  One folder



SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE



This collection contains a short biographical account about Grace Stenberg Parsons. The bulk of the component consists of Parson’s descriptions of her experiences at the Crow Indian Reservation in southeastern Montana and at the Genoa Indian School in Genoa, Nebraska. Parsons presents a detailed account of the routine and activities at the Genoa Indian School and includes her opinions on the obstacles faced by Native American youth in the early 1900s.



The photo component of the collection [RG1298.PH] includes approximately 160 images of students and activities at the Genoa Indian School in Genoa, Nebraska. There are also a number of images of the school’s buildings. Most of the photographs are from the early 1900s.



INVENTORY



Grace Stenberg Parsons biographical account



 



Subject headings:



Crow Indians

Education — Nebraska — Genoa

Genoa Indian School (Genoa, Nebraska)

Indian Reservations

Indians of North America

Indians of North America — Montana

Indians of North America — Nebraska

Indians of North America — Social conditions

Parsons, Grace Stenberg, 1893-1985



 



Revised TMM        07-24-2009

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