Stacey Montooth presentation: History and Impact of Federal Government’s Forced Assimilation of Native Americans

Join Stacey Montooth, a citizen of the Walker River Paiute Nation and the Executive Director of the Nevada Indian Commission, at ELA’s Annual Conference.  Ms. Montooth’s presentation will explore the history and impact of the federal government’s forced assimilation of Native Americans including a discussion of the Stewart Indian School, which began in 1890 as a federal government boarding school for Native American children.  Welcome to the Stewart Indian School website.  Visit Conference Central for more information on how to register ( and don’t forget to use group code “GELA23” when you book your hotel room.