Studio portrait of Charles Dagenett wearing school uniform.
A handwritten caption along the side of the image probably reads: Charles Dagenett.
Student file of Charles E. Dagenett, a member of the Peoria Nation, who entered the school on November 15, 1887, graduated in 1891, and ultimately departed on December 14, 1891. The student did not attend the school continuously, but left and reentered. The file contains student information...
Student information card of Charles E. Dagenett, a member of the Peoria Nation, who entered the school on November 15, 1887 and departed on December 14, 1891. The information card indicates that Dagenett had graduated in 1891, married fellow student Esther Miller, studied printing, and was...
Studio portrait of one female and ten male students, the graduating class of 1891.
They are, back row, standing, left to right: Robert Matthews, Martin Archiquette, William Froman, Charles E. Dagenett; middle row, seated, left to right: Henry Standing Bear, Josiah Powlas, Etta Robertson...
The caption reads: Graduating Class, 1891. Indian Industrial School, Carlisle, Pa.
The printed note reads: Robert Mathews, Pawnee. Martin Archiquette, Oneida. John Tyler, Cheyenne. Wm. H. Froman, Miami. Chas. E. Dagenett, Peoria. Henry S. Bear, Sioux. Josiah...
A series of twenty nine letters written to Captain Richard H. Pratt in response to a questionnaire sent to former students. The accompanying questionnaire forms are not included.
Transcripts follow each handwritten letter.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs circular discussing employees whose probationary periods have expired.
Richard Henry Pratt requests to add a Domestic Science Department at the Carlisle Indian School and requests authority to employ Harriet Eck as an extra teacher.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that Charles Dagenette desires to return to his home on account of his health rather than take over the outing program from Charles Eastman.
Charles E. Dagenett inquires of Richard Henry Pratt about his appointment as a clerk at the Quapaw Agency. Pratt forwards the letter to the Office of Indian Affairs and that he responded to Dagenett that the matter is in the hands of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs.