was published in four pages with four columns. It appeared twice monthly during the 1940-1942 school years and monthly, 1942-1946, when it went to twice monthly again. During those years news of World War II and former students and employees in the war occupied much space.
Donald H. Biery resigned as superintendent in the summer of 1947 and was replaced by Myrthus W. Evans. That school year, the Bulletin was published as a regular part of school work in student printing and journalism. And in the fall of 1948, it began publication as a regular part of the school work of the Off- Reservation Navajo Training Program. From 1948 to 1960, the content was almost entirely Navajo-oriented, consisting of news about and writing by Navajo students not only at Sherman Institute but at Chilocco, Haskell Institute, Chemawa, and other schools. In 1949, the Bulletin returned to monthly publication, and in 1950 expanded to twelve pages. Throughout the 1950s no editor was listed.
In 1960, The Sherman Bulletin returned to the status of a school newspaper, focusing on Sherman Institute, although the student body was still largely Navajo. It returned to a four-page publication, issued twice monthly during the school year. Judson M. Bradley, who had been instructor of printing since the 1930s, was then listed as managing editor.
The Sherman Bulletin was suspended for a time but was then revived and is still being published at the Sherman Indian High School, Riverside, California.
Index Sources: None
Location Sources: ULS
Title and Title Changes: The Sherman Bulletin ( 1907 +)
Volume and Issue Data: The Sherman Bulletin (Vol. 1, No. 28, November 13, 1907 +)
Publisher and Place of Publication: Sherman Institute (presently, Sherman Indian High School), Riverside, California ( 1907 +)
Editor: Harwood Hall ( 1907- 1909); Frank M. Conser ( 1909- 1912); Susan Hildebrand and William Pugh ( 1912- 1913); Emil Benson, Frank Whitetree, Emma Ruiz, and Esther Romero ( 1913); Emil Benson and Nora Jack ( 1914); Jack, Joseph Blackwater , Amos Addington, and Shelly Parker ( 1915); Joseph Blackwater, Alphonso Hammond , Pablo Molino, and Felix Manuel ( 1916); Joseph DePorte ( 1916- 1918); A. W. Tucker ( 1919); L. R. Laverty ( 1920); Ben Wylie ( 1922- 1923); Jason Groves ( 1923- 1924); George Blackwater and Frank Brown ( 1924); Eddie Jones ( 1925); Andrew J. Duncan, Peter H. Marsten, and Elmer D. Miller ( 1926); Frank M. Conser? ( 1926- 1931); Donald H. Biery ( 1932- 1947); Myrthus W. Evans ( 1948- ?); Judson M. Bradley ( 1960- 1963)