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Librarian , mental health professional , Principal

Douglas Robert Philbrick, American Principal, librarian, mental health professional. Certified EMT, New Mexico; certified superintendent specialty, education specialist U. South Dakot. Recipient scholarship Library. Administration Development Program, U. Maryland., 1972. Leader 4-H, Crow Creek Indian Reservation, 1956-1961; scout master Boy Scouts American, Chamberlain, 1984, Mesa, 1995-1998. With United States Air Force, 1961-1964.


Philbrick, Douglas Robert was born on March 17, 1942 in St. Louis. Son of Robert Gilbert and Alice Hazel (LaRoche) Philbrick.


Bachelor of Public Address, Brigham Young University, 1969. Master of Library Science, Brigham Young University, 1972. Master of Arts in Secondary Administration, Northern State College, 1977.

Educational Specialist, University South Dakota, 1991.


Library director, Institute of America Indian Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1973;library director, D.Q. University, Davis, California, 1973-1974;teacher, library, Lower Brule (South Dakot) High School, 1974-1975;principal, Crow Creek Sioux Tribe, Fort Thompson, South Dakot, 1975;principal, Bureau Indian Affairs, Lower Brule, 1975-1976;principal, Bureau Indian Affairs, Kinlichee, Arizona, 1977-1979;education superintendent, Bureau Indian Affairs, Stewart, Nevada, 1979-1980;education superintendent, Bureau Indian Affairs, Sells, Arizona, 1980;education superintendent, Bureau Indian Affairs, Fort Thompson, South Dakot, 1981-1985;education specialist, Bureau Indian Affairs, Phoenix, Arizona, 1985-1991;principal, Bureau Indian Affairs, Keam Canyon, Arizona, 1992-1998;mental health tech/counselor, Indian Health Svc., Sacaton, Arizona, 1994-1998. Farmer/rancher, Chamberlain, South Dakot, 1956-1961. Chairman curriculum committee Institute American Indian Arts, Santa Fe, 1973.

Federal intern Washington, 1971.


  • Certified Emergency Medical Technician, New Mexico. Certified superintendent specialty, education specialist University South Dakota.


  • Other Work

    • Author adapted Library. Of Congress classification system for Indians, 1973, Bibliography of Indian Newspapers and Periodicals, 1974.


The hope of Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ and the purpose of life on this earth is to teach people and prepare them that everybody, along with their families, might live with Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ eternally.


Leader 4-H, Crow Creek Indian Reservation, 1956-1961. Scout master Boy Scouts American, Chamberlain, 1984, Mesa, 1995-1998. With United States Air Force, 1961-1964.


Married Lynda J. Harmon. Children: Alma Robert, Amber, David, Mark, Holly, Amos, June.

Robert Gilbert Philbrick

Alice Hazel (LaRoche) Philbrick

Lynda J. Harmon

Alma Robert Philbrick

Amber Philbrick

David Philbrick

Mark Philbrick

Holly Philbrick

Amos Philbrick

June Philbrick