Shadows of the Sherman Institute: A Photographic History of the Indian School on Magnolia Avenue, PPB
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Shadows of the Sherman Institute: A Photographic History of the Indian School on Magnolia Avenue, PPB

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In this powerful work, Shadows of Sherman, the evolution of this landmark institution, the Sherman Indian High School, is presented through Lorene Sisquoc’s unparalleled lens of understanding and knowledge of the long, storied history of Sherman. Since 1991, Lorene has been the Curator at the Sherman Indian Museum, while her association with Sherman goes back decades before her curatorship, as she was literally raised at Sherman by her mother Tonita Largo Glover and her grandma Ida Gooday Largo. Lorene’s collaborators on this remarkable project are the esteemed Dr. Cliff Trafzer, Costo Professor of American Indian Studies at the University of California, Riverside and Dr. Jeffrey Smith of the University of Hawaii, Hilo. Together, the authors have culled remarkable archival images, stories and documents and with these, they have woven the history of Sherman that has never been available until now.

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