The Idea of an Indian College or University in Twentieth Century America Before the Formation of the Navajo Community College in 1968

May 15th, 1989 | By | Category: 1-1: From the Past, the Future, Features
By Steven Crum

The vision of Indian-controlled colleges did not begin with the founding of Navajo Community College. Historian Steven Crum traces the roots of Indian higher education to the early years of the twentieth century. TCJ PAID CONTENT


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