Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections
The caption reads: HOME OF THE WARRENS, WHITE EARTH, MINN.
The printed note reads: BUILT BY MRS. IDA WARREN TOBIN AND HER SISTER AND BROTHERS. - ALL EDUCATED AT CARLISLE AND DOING WELL
This image appears in Red Man vol. 4, no. 10 (June...
The caption reads: HOME OF WILLIAM HAZLETT, CARLISLE '95. FORT COBB, OKLAHOMA
This image appears in Red Man vol. 4, no. 10 (June 1912): 449.
The caption reads: HOMES OF INDIANS EDUCATED AT CARLISLE
The printed note reads: ABNER ST. CYR, WINNEBAGO, NEB. JOSEPH DUBRAY, SIOUX, REVINIA, S. D. JAMES WALDO, KIOWA, ANADARKO, OKLAHOMA MRS. LAURA PEDRICK, KIOWA, ANADARKO, OKLAHOMA. LEVI ST. CYR,...
The caption reads: HOMES OF OMAHA INDIANS WHO WHERE AT CARLISLE
The printed note reads: 1. HARVEY WARNER, POSTMASTER AT MACY, NEB., OWNS A STORE AND VALUABLE PROPERTY. 2. CHRISTOPHER TYNDALL, SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS MAN. 3. LEVI LEVERING, IN BUSINESS AND ACTIVE...
The caption reads:
1. HOME OF WILLIAM PETOSKEY, A RETURNED STUDENT, AT PETOSKEY, MICH. - HE IS A CHIPPEWA, A MINISTER AND AN INFLUENTIAL MAN AMONG HIS PEOPLE.
2. HOME OF WILLIAM WHITE, A DIGGER INDIAN, EDUCATED AT CARLISLE, AS WAS HIS WIFE. - HE IS A VERY...
The caption reads: JAMES THORPE ALL - ROUND ATHLETE
The printed note reads: Thorpe is a student of the Carlisle Indian School and last year was selected for the All-American football team. He has been selected to represent the United States in six events in the...
The caption reads: LOUIS TEWANIMA MARATHON RUNNER
The printed note reads: He is a full - blood Hopi Indian who came to Carlisle five years ago unable to speak English, with long hair and opposed to education. He is now one of the most studious and progressive...
The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: Indians beat Dartmouth in the greatest upset of 1913 season. Credit John Steckbeck (fabulous Redman).
The printed note on the reverse side reads: J. HORACE McFARLAND CO. HARRISBURG, PA. ART AND ENGRAVING MAY 1...
The handwritten note reads: Nipo Strongheart chtu-lum-na Yakima
The handwritten note on the reverse reads: GUSTAVE HENSEL, PHOTO CA 1915 DID WORK CARLISLE INDIAN SCHOOL
Group of women in an outdoor wooded area many dressed in as Indians.
The caption reads: CARLISLE INDIANS AT DEVIL’S DEN, BATTLEFIELD OF GETTYSBURG PA.
The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: Frank [Yorlet?] & George Pratt. School friends of Mothers.
A stereoscopic slide of a group of Indian School students.
The caption on this postcard reads: GYMNASIUM, ALL INDIANS EXCEPT INSTRUCTOR. CARLISLE, Pa.
The caption on this postcard reads: BOYS AT HEAVY GYMNASTICS AT INDIAN SCHOOL. CARLISLE, Pa.
The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: Josep Cox. Sioux.
Note: Although the caption on the reverse of the card indicates that Josep [Joseph] Cox is Sioux, school records indicate that he belongs to the Omaha Nation.
The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: Lois Pretty Scalp. Crow.
View of a group of new students at the Carlisle Indian School.
The printed note on the reverse side reads: Ouray and his wife Chipeta; Utes.
View of Son of the Star.
As this image is a photograph of the original item, the format is "Photograph, Reproduction."
The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: 1 Standing Bear, 2 Standing Bear’s Son Luther, 3 Red Fish. Sioux.
The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: "A Happy Group" Girls Quarters Carlisle Training School.
A photograph from around 1990 of several rows of headstones belonging to Carlisle Indian School students in the School cemetery.