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Welcome Center

The museum has produced Stewart merchandise for sale as a fundraiser. Items for sale include t-shirts, hoodies, cups, water bottles, lanyards, tote bags, and caps. We are also purchasing art from local Native artists and beaders to sell. Among the beadwork artists whose work we sell are Dale Bennett, Raelyne Thomas, Dayl Roach, Carol Glazier, Ramona Darrough, and Katherine Walker. We also sell Joey Allen tule ducks.  

The museum gift shop is open in the Welcome Center (former Stewart post office) every Friday from 10 am to 4 pm. We accept cash and checks but cannot take credit or debit cards or do online orders. These purchases help us fund our museum operations. 

Click here to view the price list.  

Stewart Indian School Research

Stewart Indian School – Official Student Transcripts Only (no diplomas)
Bureau of Indian Education Arizona South Education Line Office – Phoenix
4 to 6 week process (access transcripts for the Stewart Indian School, Phoenix Indian School and Intermountain Indian School)
CLICK HERE to download transcript request form

To download the Patron/Research Request Registration Form Click Here.

For More Information Contact:
Valerie Clark, Program Support Assistant
Arizona South ELO
2600 N. Central Avenue, Suite 800
Phoenix, Arizona  85004
602.265.1592 (Office)
602.265-0293 (Fax)

National Archives – San Bruno, CA (Record Group 75.20.4)
Records of the Carson/Stewart Indian School, NV

Additional Indian Boarding School Research

Carlisle Indian School Digital Resource Center

Indian Boarding Schools -BIA Schools/Locations of Student Records

Indian Boarding School – BIA School /Locations of Administrative Records

Indian Boarding School – BIA Schools/Locations of Student Case Files

The National Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition

Visit Carson virtual Tour and video

Additional Indian Boarding School Museums/Exhibits

Haskell Cultural Center & Museum

Sherman Indian Museum

The Boarding School Exhibit – Heard Museum