Images

The Images section features photographs, postcards, and different types of artwork, as well as reproductions of images that appeared in newspapers, magazines, and other publications. These images all reflect the Carlisle Indian School students, facilities, and staff. Images available here are drawn from files housed at the U. S. National Archives, from collections of Carlisle Indian School materials housed at various archival repositories, and from a variety of published sources. Visitors to this website are also invited to share copies of photographs from their own personal and family collections; please contact us if you have images you would like to contribute.

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James Thorpe in Football Uniform, #2

The caption reads: JAMES THORPE

Jim Thorpe in his Carlisle Football uniform.

Format: Photograph, Reproduction

Repository: National Archives and Records Administration

Citizens Discussing a Problem of Government

The caption reads: CITIZENS DISCUSSING A PROBLEM OF GOVERNMENT

The printed note reads: In any average public school, whatever the proportion of foreign born children, a large majority favor fair dealing and right conditions, and when given the privilege to govern themselves and shown how to legislate and carry their laws into execution, at once put a stop to cigarette smoking, fighting, profanity, hazing and all kindred evils. 

This image appears in Red Man vol. 4, no. 2 (October 1911): 57.

Format: Photograph, Reproduction

Repository: Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections

His Honor the Mayor is Presented with his Official Badge

The caption reads: HIS HONOR THE MAYOR IS PRESENTED WITH HIS OFFICIAL BADGE

The printed note reads: This Russian-Jew boy, less than one year in America, was elected by more than two thousand little citizens to be their chief magistrate. His executive ability proved to be excellent and great good came to the little Republic under his administration.

This educational method of prevention affords our only permanent protection, except that of the police and army, from those conditions already arisen and developing every hour as the result of the influx of oppressed people from other lands.

This image appears in Red Man vol. 4, no. 2 (October 1911): 58.

Format: Photograph, Reproduction

Repository: Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections

Students Taking the Oath of Office

The caption reads: TAKING THE OATH OF OFFICE

The printed note reads: Child citizenship is effective for producing right conditions among children and those civic habits which will insure faithful adult citizenship.

Our country needs it in every school, for its defense from mobs and riots instigated by ignorance of our institutions, on the part of our newly arrived populations.

This image appears in Red Man vol. 4, no. 2 (October 1911): 58.

Format: Photograph, Reproduction

Repository: Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections

Outdoor Sleeping Ward- Hospital

The caption reads: OUTDOOR SLEEPING WARD-HOSPITAL

The image appears in Red Man vol. 4, no. 2 (October 1911): 75.

Format: Photograph, Reproduction

Repository: Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections

Front View of School Hospital Showing Out-Door Sleeping Additions

The caption reads: FRONT VIEW OF SCHOOL HOSPITAL SHOWING OUT-DOOR SLEEPING ADDITIONS

The image appears in Red Man vol. 4, no. 2 (October 1911): 76.

Format: Photograph, Reproduction

Repository: Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections

Boy's Ward, School Hospital

The caption reads: BOY'S WARD, SCHOOL HOSPITAL

The image appears in Red Man vol. 4, no. 2 (October 1911): 75.

Format: Photograph, Reproduction

Repository: Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections

Good Type of the Hopi Maiden

The caption reads: GOOD TYPE OF THE HOPI MAIDEN (Photo by Carpenter, of Field Museum)

This image appears in Red Man vol. 4, no. 2 (October 1911): 77.

Format: Photograph, Reproduction

Repository: Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections

Isaac Lyon, 1911

This image of Isaac Lyon as a Right Guard for the Carlisle Football team appeared in the New York Herald on October 1, 1911 as part of a feature about his death, which was suspected to be caused by his "witch" wife, Lillian Bigknife.

Format: Photograph, Reproduction

Repository: National Archives and Records Administration

Administration Building of the Carlisle Indian School

The caption reads: ADMINISTRATION BUILDING OF THE CARLISLE INDIAN SCHOOL

This image appears in Red Man vol. 4, no. 2 (October 1911): 78.

Format: Photograph, Reproduction

Repository: Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections

Lillian Bigknife, 1911

This illustration of Lillian Bigknife appeared in the New York Herald on October 1, 1911 as part of a feature about Isaac Lyon's death, which was suspected to be caused by his "witch" wife, Lillian Bigknife.

Format: Drawing

Repository: National Archives and Records Administration

Log Cabin Where "Sick Feast" Was Held, 1911

This image of a log cabin appeared in the New York Herald on October 1, 1911 as part of a feature about Isaac Lyon's death, which was suspected to be caused by his "witch" wife, Lillian Bigknife.

Format: Photograph, Reproduction

Repository: National Archives and Records Administration

First Grade Children Doing Construction Work in Open Air

The caption reads: AIR AND EFFICIENT EDUCATION - FIRST GRADE CHILDREN DOING CONSTRUCTION WORK IN OPEN AIR

This image appears in Red Man vol. 4, no. 2 (October 1911): 55.

Format: Photograph, Reproduction

Repository: Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections

Fourth Graders Studying in Open Air

The caption reads: AIR AND EFFICIENT EDUCATION - FOURTH-GRADERS STUDYING IN OPEN AIR

This image appears in Red Man vol. 4, no. 2 (October 1911): 55.

Format: Photograph, Reproduction

Repository: Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections

Citizens Will Not Tolerate Truancy

The caption reads: CITIZENS WILL NOT TOLERATE TRUANCY

The printed note reads: All efforts for years by the New York City school authorities could not reduce the average daily number of unexcused absences in a certain large school below about 25. Within two weeks after the organizing of their School Republic, the children themselves reduced it to an average of two.

This image appears in Red Man vol. 4, no. 2 (October 1911): 57.

Format: Photograph, Reproduction

Repository: Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections

American Indian Association Conference, 1911

The printed caption reads: THE FIRST NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN ASSOCIATION, HELD AT COLUMBUS, OHIO, OCTOBER 12-15.

This image appears in the Review of Reviews vol. 16, no. 4 (November 1911): 537.

Format: Photograph, Reproduction

Repository: National Archives and Records Administration

Baseball Players at the World Series, 1911

The headline reads: Famous Baseball Players Snapped at World's Series

The first caption reads: TY COBB (AT LEFT) TALKING TO CHRISTY MATHEWSON BETWEEN THE PITCHERS INNINGS.

The second caption reads: THE TWO INDIANS PLAYING IN THE WORLD'S SERIES. CHIEF MEYERS, CATCHER FOR NEW YORK (ON LEFT) AND CHIEF BENDER STAR PITCHER OF THE ATHLETICS.

These images appeared in the Wichita Beacon published in Wichita, Kansas on October 25, 1911.

Format: Photograph, Reproduction

Repository: National Archives and Records Administration

Charles Albert Bender, 1911

The top picture shows a close up Charles Albert Bender in a sweater bearing his name.

The bottom picture shows an Athletics player after sliding into second base in the 1911 World Series against the New York Giants as an umpire looks on.

Format: Photograph, Reproduction

Repository: National Archives and Records Administration

Teachers' Club

The caption reads: TEACHERS' CLUB, THE CARLISLE INDIAN SCHOOL

The image appears in Red Man vol. 4, no. 3 (November 1911): 101.

Format: Photograph, Reproduction

Repository: Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections

The Shoshoni Sun Dance - Some of the Dancers in Costume

The caption reads: THE SHOSHONI SUN DANCE-SOME OF THE DANCERS IN COSTUME

The image appears in Red Man vol. 4, no. 3 (November 1911): 102.

Format: Photograph, Reproduction

Repository: Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections

Athletic Quarters

The caption reads: ATHLETIC QUARTERS - UNITED STATES INDIAN SCHOOL, CARLISLE, PENNSYLVANIA

The image appears in Red Man vol. 4, no. 3 (November 1911): 119.

Format: Photograph, Reproduction

Repository: Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections

Industrial Training - Lesson in Domestic Science

The caption reads: INDUSTRIAL TRAINING-LESSON IN DOMESTIC SCIENCE, CARLISLE SCHOOL

The image appears in Red Man vol. 4, no. 3 (November 1911): 120.

Format: Photograph, Reproduction

Repository: Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections

Some Homes of Carlisle Ex-Students who are "Making Good"

The caption reads: SOME HOMES OF CARLISLE EX-STUDENTS WHO ARE "MAKING GOOD" 

The image appears in Red Man vol. 4, no. 3 (November 1911): 121.

Format: Photograph, Reproduction

Repository: Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections

Six Buildings at the Carlisle Indian School

The captions read: BUILDINGS, THE DINING HALL, THE LEUPP STUDIO, GIRLS' QUARTERS, ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, THE GUARD HOUSE, LARGE BOYS' QUARTERS

The image appears in Red Man vol. 4, no. 3 (November 1911): 122.

Format: Photograph, Reproduction

Repository: Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections

Charles D. Carter

The caption reads: CHARLES D. CARTER, MEMBER OF CONGRESS FROM OKLAHOMA

The printed note reads: Mr. Carter is a Cherokee Indian who has steadily worked his way to the top. He has been employed as farmer, business man, superintendent of schools, mining trustee of Indian Territory and as member of the Chickasaw Council. He is serving his second term in Congree, is honored by his colleagues and is an inpiration to the younger people of his race. 

The image appears in Red Man vol. 4, no. 3 (November 1911): 99.

Format: Photograph, Reproduction

Repository: Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections

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