Student file of Mary Jackson. No entry or departure information is given, and no nationality is indicated. The file contains a returned student survey and a report after leaving. The file indicates Jackson was a widow, her husband Frank Jackson having passed, and that she was working in a hotel in Massena, New York in 1910. A last name on the report after leaving card had been erased and replaced with the name Fisher, which suggests that school administrators had confused Mary Jackson for Mary Ann Fisher, but the information in the returned student survey does not reflect Mary Ann Fisher's biographical information; in 1910, she was married to Paul Agosa and living in Michigan.
It's not clear what name this Mary Jackson would have had as a student at Carlisle prior to her marriage to Frank Jackson, but if we are able to find more information to identify her, we will update this record. Given where Mary Jackson was living and working as of 1910, it's possible that she was Mohawk, but that is not certain.