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Alfred W. Ramsey Papers at University of Notre Dame Hesburgh Libraries

Alfred Winston Ramsey (1883-1955) served as a business teacher at the Carlisle Indian School from January 1909 until November 1910. His collection of papers was acquired by the Rare Books & Special Collections department of the Hesburgh Libraries at the University of Notre Dame in 2014....

Brockey (Charles Walter Buck) papers at Dickinson College

This collection contains 11 images believed to be owned by Brockey (Blackfeet Piegan), also known as Charles Walter Buck, and his first wife, Spyna Deveraux, both of whom attended the Carlisle Indian School. The collection also contains a copy of the Glacier County Chief, in which his...

Carlisle Indian School Collection at Pennsylvania State Archives

The collection contains various pamphlets, letters, photographs, and reports describing the function of life at the Carlisle Indian School. Included are the Annual Report for 1910; copies of the Indian Helper; a letter from student Joshua Given to W.D. Blackburn on August 28, 1880; the...

Carlisle Indian School Individual Artifacts and Oversized Items

These artifacts and oversized items about the Carlisle Indian School were acquired by the Dickinson College Archives and Special Collections individually and are not part of any larger collection.

Carlisle Indian School Individual Items at Dickinson College

These items about the Carlisle Indian School were acquired by the Dickinson College Archives and Special Collections individually and are not part of any larger collection.

Carlisle Indian School papers - CIS-MC-002 at Dickinson College

This collection contains a number of items purchased as a group from Robert Rowe in 2014, and features the business papers of Milton I. Zeigler, postcards, ephemera, and publications from the Carlisle Indian School. Zeigler served as the industrial instructor for the shoe and harness department...

Carlisle Indian School papers - CIS-MC-004 at Dickinson College

This collection contains a number of items purchased as a group from Robert Rowe in 2017, and includes a number of photographs, artifacts, and documents related to the Carlisle Indian School. The four court martials in this collection are from the year 1904, and include charges against a total...

Carlos Montezuma Papers at the Newberry Library

Carlos Montezuma (Wassaja) (1866-1923) was a Yavapai Apache doctor who served as the resident physician at the Carlisle Indian School between 1893-1895. After leaving the Carlisle Indian School, he opened a private practice in Chicago, and became a well-known activist for Native Americans rights...

Carlos Montezuma Papers at the University of Arizona Special Collections Library

Carlos Montezuma (Wassaja) (1866-1923) was a Yavapai Apache doctor who served as the resident physician at the Carlisle Indian School between 1893-1895. After leaving the Carlisle Indian School, he opened a private practice in Chicago, and became a well-known activist for Native Americans rights...

CCHS - Research Online Catalog

Mention “Carlisle” and invariably the response will include some reference to Jim Thorpe or the Carlisle Indian School. Founded by Richard Henry Pratt, the school was the first off-reservation government boarding school for Native American Indian children. Carlisle served as the model for dozens...

Charles James Rhoads Papers at the American Philosophical Society

The collection also includes several letters from James E. Rhoads, employee in the Indian Service, to Richard H. Pratt of the Indian Training School, Carlisle, 1883-1894, and copies of a few letters from Pratt to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 1913-1921, on Indian matters.

Collection on Richard H. Pratt at the U.S. Army Military History Institute

The Collection on Richard H. Pratt consists of materials collected by the U.S. Army Military History Institute documenting the life of Brigadier General Richard H. Pratt and his connection to the Carlisle Indian Industrial School. The collection spans the years 1862-1972, with the bulk of the...

Cornelius Agnew papers at Dickinson College

This collection contains a series of letters received by Dr. Cornelius Rea Agnew, a noted surgeon from New York City who was a strong supporter of, and significant donor to, the Carlisle Indian Industrial School. The majority of the letters were written by Richard Henry Pratt, and discuss a...

Dr. Ferdinand Shoemaker Papers at Buffalo Bill Center of the West McCracken Research Library

The Dr. Ferdinand Shoemaker Papers (MS 068) at the McCracken Research Library of the Buffalo Bill Center of the West contain Shoemaker's professional papers and photographs. Shoemaker served as physician at the Carlisle Indian School from 1904 to 1910, at which point he became the Assistant...

Koba Sketchbook at Plains Indian Ledger Art Project

This sketchbook was made by Koba (Kiowa), a member of the group of 72 prisoners that Richard Henry Pratt educated at Fort Marion in Saint Augustine, Florida in the late 1870s. Koba later became a student at the Carlisle Indian School. This sketchbook includes multiple sketches related to...

National Archives American Indian Records Index

The National Archives American Indian Records Index provides a comprehensive list of all records housed in the National Archives for researchers interested in learning more about the Carlisle Indian School or an individual, family, or nation. 

Records of the Carlisle Indian School at the National Archives and Records Administration

The Carlisle Indian Industrial School at Carlisle, Pennsylvania was established in 1879 and was closed in 1918. It was the first Government operated nonreservation boarding school for Indians. An outstanding feature of the school was the "outing" system, which permitted students to live and work...

Richard Henry Pratt Papers at the Yale University Beinecke Library

The Richard Henry Pratt Papers at the Yale University Beinecke Library (WA MSS S-1174) includes letter-press books, writings, diaries, notes, photographs, and drawings. The papers largely relate to Pratt's work with and theories on the education of American Indians and his involvement with the...

Zotom Sketchbook at Plains Indian Ledger Art Project

This sketchbook was made by Zotom (Kiowa), a member of the group of 72 prisoners that Richard Henry Pratt educated at Fort Marion in Saint Augustine, Florida in the late 1870s. Zotom later became a student at the Carlisle Indian School. This sketchbook includes multiple sketches related to...

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