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These boarding schools were first established by Christian missionaries of various denominations, who often started schools on reservations and founded boarding schools in order to provide opportunities to children who did not live near colonial schools, especially in the lightly populated areas of the West.The government paid religious orders to provide education to Native American children on reservations.The Columbia River is well know for it's exotic rock types and this beauty is reflected in artifacts from this area.
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And although NMAI’s enabling legislation encompasses Hawai’i, the museum does not accept or collect Native Hawaiian material.
In addition to the object collections, the museum’s holdings also include the Photographic Archive (approximately 324,000 images from the 1860s to the present); the Media Archive (approximately 12,000 items) including film and audiovisual collections such as wax cylinders, phonograph discs, 16mm and 35mm motion picture film, magnetic media of many varieties, and optical and digital media recorded from the late 1800s through the present; and the Paper Archive (approximately 1500 linear feet) comprised of records dating from the 1860s to the present that preserve the documentary history of the NMAI, its predecessor, the Museum of the American Indian (MAI), Heye Foundation, and their collections, as well as other documentary and archival materials.
Community schools have also been supported by the federal government through the BIA and legislation. By 2007, most of the schools had been closed down and the number of Native American children in boarding schools had declined to 9,500.
In this same period, more Native Americans live in urban environments and having to accommodate to majority culture.