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The Brick Stile

Often used as a scenic backdrop for graduation pictures, the brick stile is located on the south side of the campus. Four columns support a sign that says U.S. Indian School. This stile led the students over the fence that surrounded the campus. They also had to cross the railroad tracks to get to their athletic fields. A portion of the fence still remains at the stile.



Address: South end of Cottonwood Street

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Genoa Historical Museum

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