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BK-50007-06Public Programs: Interpreting America's Historic Places ConsultationChoctaw Nation of OklahomaWheelock Academy: A Home At The End Of The Trail4/1/2006 - 3/31/2007$12,790.00Barbara Asbill-Grant   Choctaw Nation of OklahomaDurantOK74701-7117USA2006Museum Studies or Historical PreservationInterpreting America's Historic Places ConsultationPublic Programs127900127900

Consultation with scholars to develop an interpretive plan for Wheelock Academy, originally founded as a mission boarding school for Native American girls.

Wheelock Academy: A Home At The End Of The Trail is a project coordinated by the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma that will utilize the assistance of two highly qualified humaniteis consultants to plan and develop an effective, sound, humanities-based interpretive strategy for Wheelock Academy, a former boarding school for Native American girls that was founded shortly after the forced migration on the Trail of Tears. Wheelock is listed as a National Historic Landmark and is one of the 11 Most Endangered Places by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.