Dortch, J. H.
Correspondence regarding a request from Apache prisoners of war for the return of their children from the Carlisle Indian School. Included in the correspondence are various recommendations for the students as well as Richard Henry Pratt's philosophy in educating the Apache students and his views...
Correspondence between Richard Henry Pratt and the Interior Department regarding the Office of Indian Affairs request to discipline Pratt for insubordination in the matter of not re-nominating M. L. Silcott and Maud Mosher.
Lizzie M. Hill asks W. A. Jones if she has been appointed as an Assistant Matron.
Wisconsin Congressman James H. Davidson requests information on the complaint of Mrs. Albert Bowers who desires the return of her children from the Carlisle Indian School.
Richard Henry Pratt provides J. H. Dortch with information related to Josiah Archiquette.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to C. T. Stranahan's request to bring five students to the Carlisle Indian School from the Nez Perce Agency.
This document contains a letter responding to public charges made against the Carlisle Football Team concerning the eligibility of certain members. The letter discusses terms and lengths of student enrollment, the use of athletic funds in Carlisle's budget, and the academic responsibilities of...
These materials include correspondence arranging multiple inspections of unserviceable property at the Carlisle Indian School for possible condemnation and removal.
These materials include correspondence regarding the return home of Richmond Martin to New York. The documents also discuss in detail new Bureau of Indian Affairs policies related to the discontinued enrollment of pupils from New York State as well as pupils of a young age.
These materials include correspondence regarding the Christmas festivities of 1908. The festivities included a lantern slide and moving picture film presentation of Hiawatha, various receptions, tree decorating, and entertainment.
Also included is a financial authority request...
These materials include correspondence regarding student-produced artwork and articles sent for an exhibition in Quito, Ecuador. Products from Carlisle were provided for the exhibit; the correspondence discusses what items were provided as well as the production and retail prices for the...
These materials contain correspondence regarding a request by Peter Cole to have his son returned home to Hogansburg, New York over the summer break.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request from Tony W. Tillohash to return to his home. Tillohash's request was denied.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request from Alice E. Morris to have more information on the Agreement for Commutation of Perpetual Annuities before she signed the agreement.
These materials include correspondence and a draft of Superintendent Friedman's 30th Annual Report for the Carlisle Indian School, reflecting the period ending July 31, 1909. Friedman forwarded the draft to a Bureau official, along with information on how to have news published in Carlisle's...
These materials include correspondence and legal and government documents regarding a request from Paul Wing to enroll at the Carlisle Indian School. Wing's request was denied.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request to enroll Thomas L. St. Germaine at the Carlisle Indian School so he may attend the Dickinson College. The request was granted.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request from Moses Friedman, Carlisle's Superintendent, to enroll Helen Pickard as an overage pupil to finish her studies at the High School in Moorestown, New Jersey. Friedman's request was granted.
These materials include correspondence regarding an inquiry from his brother Henry K. O. Two into the rumored death of Gallus Spotted Eagle. The school responded that Spotted Eagle was not dead and had not been sick within the past two years.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request to enroll Jonas Swamp in the Carlisle Indian School to take the shorthand and typewriting course. Swamp enrollment was denied due to his graduation from the Haskell Institute and a desire to keep students from moving between schools.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request from Harriet Jamison to enroll Hobart Jamison at the Carlisle Indian School by waiving the minimum age requirement.
These materials include correspondence regarding an inquiry by Albert Spring as to why his daughter, Elsina Spring, was denied admittance at the Carlisle Indian School. Spring was informed that his daughter was denied enrollment due to her age and access to local public schools in New York.
This document contains correspondence concerning the religious instructions and worship for Catholic pupils. Topics include mandatory and optional devotions, holiday activities, and ceremonies for sick and dead students.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Lyman B. Madison to enroll in the Carlisle Indian School along with his sister. Madison was over the age of 21 and required permission from the Office of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to enroll.
These materials contain correspondence regarding questions by Lillian S. King about the location and return of her son George King who had run away from the school.