Boy's [sic] Dormitory, circa 1906

© Photographed May 2, 2015
Lac du Flambeau Indian Reservation, Vilas County, Wisconsin
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Listed on the National and Tribal
Registers of Historic Places
for its National Significance
in representing the Government Boarding Schools and their
impact on Indigenous Nations.

Restoration and rehabilitation of the Boy's [sic] Dormitory, circa 1906,
was funded in part by the Save America's Treasures Grant,
the Nau Family, the United States Department of Agriculture Rural
Development, and many donations and contributions from
various individuals and organizations.

The building and marker are located on eastbound Old Abe Road / Wisconsin Highway 17, at its intersection with Whitefeather Street, Lac du Flambeau, Wisconsin 54538.

The north side of the building, facing Old Abe Road / Wisconsin Highway 17.
The marker is affixed to the facade, to the right of the entrance.

The west side (to the right) and north side (to the left) of the building.

The west (to the left) and south (to the right) sides of the building.

The south side of the building, which faces Whitefeather Street.

The marker and building are locate din Lac du Flambeau, Wisconsin.

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