Hogden School (Oklahoma)


Figure 1.--We believe the school here was called the Hogden School. It was located in Hodgen, a small town in LeFlore County, Oklahoma. The photograph we have was taken in 1910. It was a white, wood slat building. There look to be about 80 children in the photograph. Most bpys wear knee pants and went barefoot. Only a few boys wear overlls. We note some Native American children at the school. Only two teachers are with the children, a man and a woman.

We believe the school here was called the Hogden School. It was located in Hodgen, a small town in LeFlore County, Oklahoma. The photograph we have was taken in 1910. It was a white, wood slat building. There look to be about 80 children in the photograph. Most bpys wear knee pants and went barefoot. Only a few boys wear overlls. We note some Native American children at the school. Only two teachers are with the children, a man and a woman.






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