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Chilocco Through the Years - Broadcast

This broadcast version (27:46) of the Chilocco History Project documentary examines the legacy of Chilocco Indian Agricultural School through a national lens while looking at the school’s impact in more depth, particularly in terms of its contributions to agriculture and the trades.
 
The film is divided into three chronological periods, making it adaptable for classroom purposes: The Early Years: 1884-1930; The Golden Years: 1930-1960; and Chilocco's Legacy: 1960-2018.
 
Produced by Firethief Productions, in conjunction with the Oklahoma Oral History Research Program of the Oklahoma State University Library and the Chilocco National Alumni Association. With support from the Tom J. and Edna M. Carson Foundation, the Oklahoma State University Library through the Puterbaugh Professorship for Library Service, the Clerico Family Chair for Library Excellence, and the Hyle Family Professorship.

Chilocco Through the Years - Extended

This extended version (39:40) of the Chilocco History Project documentary looks at the history of the Chilocco Indian Agricultural School located in northern Oklahoma with a strong focus on the perspective of alumni from decades leading up to the school's closure.
 
The film is divided into three chronological periods, making it adaptable for classroom purposes: The Early Years: 1884-1930; The Golden Years: 1930-1960; and Chilocco's Legacy: 1960-2018.
 
Produced by Firethief Productions, in conjunction with the Oklahoma Oral History Research Program of the Oklahoma State University Library and the Chilocco National Alumni Association. With support from the Tom J. and Edna M. Carson Foundation, the Oklahoma State University Library through the Puterbaugh Professorship for Library Service and the Hyle Family Professorship.