Representative Henry Meyer writes to an unknown recipient, possibly Marie, about recent occurrences in Harrisburg. Included is a brief description of a visit of Carlisle Indian School students to the House of Representatives. Meyer notes that "They are in U.S. uniform, and are intelligent looking. There ages are from about 12 to 20 years. I got nearly all if not all of them to write their names on a sheet of paper which you will find enclosed." Transcript included.
Letter from Henry Meyer to Unknown Recipient
February 24, 1883
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