The headline reads: Carlisle Indians Form Remarkable Student Government
The caption reads: Top, to left, Gustave Welch, president of school nation; right, school city shown electing its officers, with no chance for ballot-box stuffing; second row, left school...
The caption reads: GRADUATING CLASS 1912 - CARLISLE INDIAN SCHOOL.
This image appears in Red Man vol. 4, no. 9 (May 1912): 369.
The caption reads: Lieut. S. C. LONG-LANCE
Sylvester C. Long Lance in military uniform.
This image of Sylvester Long Lance appears in an article in the New York World on February 25, 1917.
The headline reads: AMERICAN INDIAN IS FIGHTING FOR ALLIES
The printed caption reads: Lieut. Long Lance.
Sylvester Long Lance in military uniform.
This image appears in the New York Post on February 12, 1915.
This document contains a list of student musicians recommended for possible Indian Service employment.
The caption reads: SYLVESTER C. LONG-LANCE
This image of Sylvester C. Long-Lance appears in an article of the New York Herald on June 21, 1919.
The top caption reads: Sylvester Chahuska Long Lance, a full-blooded Cherokee Indian, college graduate and champion athlete, now First Lieutenant of "Princess Pat's," who fought at Vimy Ridge, at present lies severely wounded in a base hospital, "somewhere in France."
The headline reads: Indian Appointed to The Military Academy
The printed caption reads: SYLVESTER CHAHUSKA LONGLANCE
This image appears in the Worcester Post on May 9, 1916.
Progress card of Sylvester Long, a member of the Cherokee Nation, who entered the school on August 25, 1909.
Student file of Sylvester Long, a member of the Cherokee Nation, who entered the school on August 28, 1909, and departed on October 10, 1913. The file contains student information cards, an application for enrollment, financial transactions, a former student response postcard, letters/...
Student information card of Sylvester Long, a member of the Cherokee Nation, who entered the school on August 28, 1909 and departed in 1913. The card indicates that Long graduated in September of 1912 and went on to attend St. Johns Military Academy in Manlius, New York.