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- By going to the wiki and following many of these steps we can often find sources that help.
How do I find the Carlisle Indian Industrial School?
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2. Browsed by county/ state or country and found:
3. Clicked on a county/state or country page or topic page that would lead to possible pages.
- You may find Topics on the right side of the page with many items to search:
- (example American Indians)
4. Clicked and searched.
- At the resulting page you should find a list of sources:
- (example: Indians of Pennsylvania)
5. Then within these sources you may find the item that you need:
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