I'm in the planning stages of a book In which the Fort Sill Indian school will be the main setting. I didn't find usable information on the internet, i.e. personal accounts or memories, number of classrooms and teachers, schedule, historical anecdotes (connection to Fort Sill and the region), and how many students, including age range, tribes (Kiowa and Comanche and ...?) and how the school was thought of in the Native community, and if the children were brought on a voluntary basis. I understand the Indian schools were very different and I am trying to get a flavor of this particular one, along with any details that will help it come alive in my story. I know it was opened in 1871 and administered by the Quaker Josiah Butler, but don't know if it continued under the auspices of the Quakers. Any information or source materials, anecdotal or otherwise would be so much appreciated.