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The Seger Indian Training School was a historic school on the eastern edge of Colony, Oklahoma. John Homer Seger, a white settler in the Indian Territory, founded the school in 1893. Seger had come to the Darlington Agency in 1875 to work as a teacher, and he established the Seger Colony in 1886 with 120 Arapaho. His school taught farming and industrial skills to Native Americans until it closed in 1941; one of the buildings later became Colony's public school.
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