William Morgan writes to R. V. Belt, Acting Commissioner of Indian Affairs, about whether he should remain at the Carlisle Indian School for another year. Morgan writes about wanting to start farming while at home but knows that the present moment is not the right moment.
William Morgan Asks Office for Advice for Remaining at Carlisle
September 29, 1890
National Archives and Records Administration
RG 75, Entry 91, box 665, 1890-#30175