These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Moses P. Kogechiwan to enroll at the Carlisle Indian School as well as letters of recommendation.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request to have two children of Frank Tamer enrolled at the Carlisle Indian School. Tamer was assisted by two members of Congress in his request.
This document contains correspondence concerning the retention of students with tuberculosis at boarding schools including Carlisle. Indian Service officials including Joseph Murphy, Medical Supervisor and Ferdinand Shoemaker, Physicial Expert in Tuberculosis and Trachoma for the Indian Service...
This document contains correspondence regarding an anonymous letter that was sent complaining of the conditions at the guardhouse, the hospital, and the school farm. The complaint discusses the treatment of Wesley Two Moons, who later dies at the school.
These materials include correspondence regarding requests for Henry P. Sutton to enter the Carlisle Indian School in order to take a commercial course. Sutton was initially due to his physical health but was later enrolled after paying his own transportation to the school.
These materials include correspondence informing the Commissioner of Indian Affairs of the death of Wesley Two Moons. Information about his illness is provided by Dr. Americus R. Allen. Wesley's sister, Nora Two Moons, accompanied his remains back to the Tongue River Agency in Montana.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request to allow May Wheelock to return to the Carlisle Indian School to graduate with the Class of 1913. Wheelock's request was granted after being initially denied due to being over the age of 21 when she attempted to return.
These materials include correspondence regarding an inquiry into whether the Government should pay for the return home of Thomas Rowland.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by John McInnis to be released from the Carlisle Indian School. McInnis wished to work at his trade as a shoe and harness maker to support his mother and brother.
This document contains correspondence concerning the conditions and progress of Carlisle students who had been sent to the Monto Alto Sanitarium in Pennsylvania for tuberculosis treatment.
These materials include correspondence regarding an inquiry into the arrival of Stella Ellis and Ruth Moore at Carlisle. Both students arrived shortly thereafter.
These materials include correspondence regarding the arrival of Stella Ellis and Ruth Moore at the Carlisle Indian School. They request that a representative of the school meet them at the train station.
This material includes information regarding a noncompetitive engineer examination for Maxie Luce.
These materials include correspondence regarding the enrollment of students from the Five Civilized Tribes. Anna Melton inquired about the expenses she had incurred and various discrepancies in how students are charged.
These materials include correspondence regarding an application blank of Charles King. The blank was being sent to the Carlisle Indian School so it could be stored in their files.
These materials include correspondence, a supplies list, and a survey of unserviceable materials at the Carlisle Indian School. Some of the condemned materials were approved for sale on the open market.
These materials contain correspondence regarding a request to return home Tillie Catfish.
These materials include correspondence and financial documents related to the re-enrollment and disposition of funds of Peter Jackson. There were disputes over how Jackson's earnings and annuities should be paid out.
These materials include correspondence, an excerpt from an inspection report, and memoranda concerning staff organization and salary changes at the Carlisle Indian School. After an inspection by Charles F. Peirce, the salaries of certain employees were frozen and readjusted, and the...
These materials include an inspection report of Charles F. Pierce, Supervisor of Indian Schools, on the Carlisle Indian School in early 1912, as well as correspondence regarding the reports. Pierce makes a number of recommendations, in particular regarding the business and telegraph departments...
These materials include correspondence regarding students' heritage. Specifically, officials sought information on students' blood quantum, as changing policy barred the enrollment of students considered to have less than one-fourth degree Indian blood. Also included are total enrollment...
This document contains reports and correspondence about eye examinations of Carlisle's students, performed in 1912. Included are statistics and lists of students in need of specific eye treatments, as well as recommendations on preventing further eye infections from spreading through the school...
These materials includes correspondence regarding students who were sent to the Mount Alto Sanitarium in Pennsylvania to recover from tuberculosis.
This document contains correspondence concerning the results of student eye examinations, performed by Dr. Daniel White in 1912. The results stated that 396 students had no eye problems, 190 had trachoma, 5 had follicular conjunctivites, and 29 had conujunctivites.
These materials include an excerpt of Charles F. Pierce's inspection report of January 1912, and Superintendent Moses Friedman's responses to his recommendations. Friedman rejected many of Pierce's recommendations regarding the chain of authority and command at the school. Other recommendations...