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About this collection

The Hinakaga, or, the Carroll College Yearbook, was published from 1910 to 2000, although there were none published in 1996 and 1997.

Why was the yearbook was called The Hinakaga? According to Ellen Langill's, Carroll College: The First Century 1846-1946, the word roughly means "wise owl." The first yearbook Hinakaga 1910, is dedicated to the "Three Wise Owls Of Our Faculty: Dr. Wilbur O. Carrier, Dr. Walter L. Rankin, and Dean Samuel B. Ray."


Digitization Notes Originally the yearbook was published by the junior class; however, in some cases it was both the junior and senior class or just a committee of upperclass students. In the early years, the publication dates and the title do not match because the title was named after the junior class's graduation date. In the 1970s the volumes were misnumbered- there is no volume 63. The yearbooks are full text searchable and the first 20 years, due to complex type fonts is fully edited. However, no changes or corrections to the original publication were made.

Use and Copying The Carroll Yearbook Collection may be copied for educational or individual use. Any commercial use is strictly prohibited without written permission from the institution.


Contributors
Student Assistants: Christina Bestul, Sam Bister, Chris Dix, Alex Eisold, Miki Kaczmarzyk, Rupinder Kaur, Anil Ohja, Arlette Robinson, Amy Wagnitz, T. J. Wendel, Katie Wene, Katy Willis-Meyer
Archives Interns: Michele Crew, Kelly Noack
Linda Hartig, Proof Editor; Brittany Bayer, Supervisor; Amelia Osterud, Web Services Librarian; Katie Sanders, Archivist

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