The George Boyce papers consists of the professional papers and manuscripts of George Arthur Boyce, a Native American historian
and former Director of Navajo Education for the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs. This collection documents his work
with Navajo education, and includes materials from his research and photographs depicting Navajo schools and students. Additionally,
the collection includes oversize posters of day school budgets and Navajo translated newsletters.
George Arthur Boyce was born January 20, 1898, in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Boyce received his bachelor's degree at Trinity
College in 1921 and received his master's degree from Cornell in 1926. He would later receive his doctoral degree in Education
at Columbia University where he wrote his doctoral thesis, Economic Education for the Navajo Indians.
1.71 linear feet
(4 boxes, 2 flat file folders)
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