Across the street from the roadhouse is a Bureau of Indian Affairs school, probably built in the 1930s. The one-story building with carved bargeboards has the standard U-shaped form, with three doors, and incorporated teacher's quarters in the building.
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Bureau of Indian Affairs School
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