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LeBeau Family Collection

 Unprocessed — Box: 7000 B
Identifier: H2003-014

Content Description

This collection consists of family histories, hand-drawn maps of communities on the Cheyenne Reservation in Dewey and Corson Counties, two photographs, and a book on St. Joseph’s Indian School. Folder 1: Saint Joseph’s Indian School, Chamberlain, S.D. LeBeau, Casimir L. State Publishing and Printing Company, Inc., 2002. Casimir L. LeBeau, son of Albert and Esther LeBeau Sr., attended St. Joseph’s Indian school from 1927 through 1932. The book describes the Indian School as it was established in 1897. It became Columbus College in 1910. It became St. Joseph’s Indian School in 1926. Transferred to Library E78.S63 S25 2002 Folder 2: “Family Tree of Antoine LeBeau Sr.” Prepared by Casimir L. LeBeau, 1999. CS71.L436 1999 “Sons of Mr. and Mrs. Albert LeBeau Sr. who Served in the Armed Forces of the United States of America, 1940-1953.” Prepared by Michael J. LeBeau, 1996. CS71.L436 1996 Folder 3: 4 ½ x 6 ¾ b&w photograph Group photo of servicemen attending the funeral service of Vincent Traversie at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in 1946. St. Mary’s is located near White Horse (S.D.) A listing of the servicemen is included in the envelope. 4x6 b&w photograph Group photo of schoolchildren at Four Bear Day School. The Photo was taken 1947-48. The names of the children are listed on the reverse of the photo. Folder 4: Hand drawn maps of communities on the Cheyenne River Sioux Indian Reservation in Dewey and Corson Counties. Two copies of each map. 1: LeCompte Community 2: Moreau River Community 3: Four Bear Community 4: Swift Bird Community 5: Agency Camp

Acquisition Type


Restrictions Apply



  • 1946-2002


0.25 Cubic Feet