Newspaper clipping of article titled "America's Only Indian Camp for Pale-Face Girls", about a summer camp for Caucasian young women that featured Native American activities, crafts, and cultural elements. The camp, called Oahe, was run by Charles Eastman, his wife Irene Eastman, their five daughters, including Dora Winona Eastman and Angel DeCora (Class of 1896). The camp was located next to Granite Lake in New Hampshire.
"America's Only Indian Camp for Pale-Face Girls"
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[Title of the item], Record Group 80.02 Classes, Smith College Archives, Smith College, Northampton, Mass. [DOI].
box 1517, folder 33