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[American Indian woman sculpture with eagle feathers attached to United States Armed Forces emblem medallions as well as service emblems on wall behind sculpture]
Hiawatha was a legendary Native American leader and co-founder of the Iroquois Confederacy. Depending on the version of the narrative, Hiawatha lived in the 16th century and was a leader of the Onondaga in the New York area. Hiawatha was a followe…
The first three buildings on the Haskell grounds are from left to right: Osceola (boy dorm), Sequoyah (the schoolroom), Keokuk (girl dorm).
Location of the original three buildings, overlaid on top of current building locations. The yellow star ma…
The Haskell Bandstand, (now called the Gazebo) was built in 1908 after the previous bandstand was destroyed by a wind storm. Music was an enjoyed student activity. The bandstand was used frequently for concerts in the early days. The bandstand is …
Haskell destiny in becoming a four-year university for native students has a history to be preserved and shared.
In 1890, Haskell Institute became the official name. Several years passed before classes were offered beyond the elementary grades. Mo…
This project is dedicated to those who were here first.
Haskell Indian Nations University campus is a unique and special place. Please, respect these grounds and buildings as you walk around campus.
From 1884-1890, the school official name was th…
The Original Bandstand was located approximately in this area between the old Winona and Osceola Halls. It was destroyed in a wind storm in 1906 or 1907.
Haskell Institute circa 1903
The road going into the Haskell grounds, from the left side of picture, is the current Barker Ave. The buildings from left to right are: Hiawatha, Superintendent house, Osceola, Sequoyah (far background center), the Gu…
In Honor of the 415
that served in
World War I
and in memory of
who made the
for their country.
October 13, 2001.
The Haskell Stadium
Tecumseh Hall was built in 1915 for use as the boys' gymnasium. Today, the first floor has a basketball court and is, also, used for other campus activities and events.
The Indian Leader newspaper and Student Activity offices are located in Tecums…