Outside the Homeland: The Intermountain Indian School features, from beginning to end, the story of the Intermountain Inter-Tribal Indian School that was located in Brigham City, Utah. Outside the Homeland was on exhibition during Spring of 2012.
Funds to support this exhibition and associated programs have been provided by the Utah Humanities Council in collaboration with the Utah Division of Arts and Museums. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this exhibition and associated programs do not necessarily represent the views of the National Endowment for the Humanities or the Utah Humanities Council.
The exhibit was curated by Kaia Landon and Katie Conrad. Carol Tonnies and Joanne Penrod helped acquire oral histories from former students of the school. Oral histories with former faculty and staff were completed by Kathy Bradford.
A very special thank you to the former students and staff of Intermountain who generously agreed to be interviewed.
Thank you also to the many community members who donated artifacts to the museum for this exhibition, as well as Benjamin Barney and others who participated in the panel discussions.