Tales of Subversion 

How Native peoples and some whites sabotaged federal efforts to kill a culture

The school buildings were falling apart. Old and heavily worn, first in military service for Fort Gaston and then as the campus for the Hoopa Valley Indian Boarding School, they required enormous upkeep. That burden fell on the shoulders of Sherman Norton,…

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