These materials include correspondence regarding Carlisle student Elsie Valley's desire for employment as a laundress or assistant laundress in the Indian Service. She was appointed as Laundress at the Kaw Indian School of Oklahoma.
Commissioner of Indian Affairs C. F. Larrabee appoints Minerva Shultz as Assistant Laundress at the Carlisle Indian School with a salary of $360 per year.
Commissioner of Indian Affairs C. F. Larrabee appointments Nannie J. Forcey as Assistant Laundress at the Carlisle Indian School with a salary of $360 per year.
Commissioner of Indian Affairs C. F. Larrabee appointments Nora Harold as Assistant Laundress at Carlisle Indian School with a salary of $360.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards a letter from C. L. Hall regarding the appointment of the Superintendent of the Fort Stevenson Indian School. Pratt notes that he agrees with Hall that the Superintendent should be subject to the whims of the Agent.
Commissioner of Indian Affairs C. F. Larrabee appoints Walter Stewart as Fireman at the Carlisle Indian School with a salary of $420 per year.
These materials include correspondence between Superintendent Moses Friedman and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs concerning the beginning of William H. Dietz's employment as assistant teacher of Native Indian art.
These materials include a letter from Superintendent William A. Mercer informing the Commissioner of Indian Affairs that William H. H. Austin, appointed as assistant carpenter at Carlisle, was expected to arrive within two weeks.
These materials include correspondence, legal documents, and an Executive Order regarding the appointment of William Stimpel as Disciplinarian for the Large Boys Quarters of the Carlisle Indian School. The position had been temporarily filled by numerous teachers and recent graduates without...
These materials include correspondence regarding the appointment of permanent employees for two open Assistant Laundress positions and one open Assistant Carpenter position.
This material includes correspondence between Superintendent Moses Friedman and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs on the approval of the Indian School band to participate in the upcoming inaugural parade.
Richard Henry Pratt seeks authority for his actions in returning Mary, a member of the Sioux Nation, to her home in Rosebud due to her ill health.
Richard Henry Pratt requests the approval for his request for $7000 in order to transport pupils to Carlisle. In particular, Pratt notes that one of the Carlisle Indian School teachers who returned with Pueblo students has seen 40 students from Laguna request to be enrolled at Carlisle. This is...
E. Ballon writes to the E. M. Marble, the Acting Commissioner of Indian Affairs that he was informed of the decision to enroll Arapaho students at Carlisle. He notes that Black Coal was excited at this response and immediately went to gather pupils to send to Carlisle in order to send them by...
Arden R. Smith, Special U.S. Indian Agent, writes the Commissioner of Indian Affairs seeking specific instructions for how he should escort 20 Crow students from the Crow Agency to the Carlisle Indian School. Smith provides context on previous encounters traveling east as well as inquiring about...
H. J. Armstrong, U.S. Indian Agent for the Crow Agency, sends a telegraph that he cannot send the full allotment of Crow students to Carlisle at present. Inquires if he can send twelve students now and the remainder at a later date.
H. J. Armstrong, U.S. Indian Agent for the Crow Agency, notes he wants to send twelve students to the Carlisle Indian School but has to wait until his employees return from Little Big Horn.
These materials include correspondence regarding a trip for Arnold Holliday to visit his uncle Henry Holliday in Washington D. C.
This material includes letters about the employment of some outing students at the American International Shipbuilding Compnay, and how their wages would be handled by the school.
P. H. Bridenbaugh notes that the arrangements have been made for receiving Osage students being transferred from the Carlisle Indian School. He notes that in calculating the distance it is important to add an additional 22 miles on the Hollidaysburg Branch Road.
Richard Henry Pratt provides notification that he has arranged a special car to bring around 35 students from the Pine Ridge and Rosebud Agencies to their homes. He notes that his arrangements bring the students to Chamberlain where he hopes the Agent will have their parents meet them at...
J. M. Haworth reports that arrangements might be made to allow for the San Carlos students to be sent with the Fort Union students to the Carlisle Indian School.
These materials include correspondence and a newspaper clipping concerning the arrest of alleged former student Charles E. Brown on the charges of counterfeiting. Superintendent Moses Friedman states that a student by that name never attended the Carlisle Indian School, and that his story is...
Captain Pratt writes to inform the Commissioner of Indian Affairs that he has just received notice that 25 Creek students are arriving at the Carlisle Indian School on January 22.
Richard Henry Pratt reports the arrival of 68 students at the Carlisle Indian School from the Rosebud and Pine Ridge Agencies.