Intermountain Indian School
The Intermountain Indian School (1950–1984) was a Native American boarding school in Brigham City, Utah.
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History The Intermountain Indian School was originally the Bushnell Army Hospital, which was open from 1942 to 1946 and served wounded soldiers of World War II. The land was donated by the city to the Federal government so Brigham City could get the hospital. Doctors, nurses, military personnel, wounded patients, and their families arrived in Brigham City to work at Bushnell.