Dennison Wheelock's symphony in three parts, titled "Suite Aboriginal," premiered at Carnegie Hall in March 1900 during a tour of the Carlisle Indian School band. The music was published by Harry Coleman in Philadelphia, PA. The musical parts here are for bass, cello, clarinet 1, cornet 1,...
A description of this pamphlet is not currently available.
The 1901 Commencement program of Drexel Institute of Art, Science, and Industry (now Drexel University), located in Philadelphia, in which Albert H. Nash (graduated from Carlisle Indian School in 1897) is listed on the third page as having earned a diploma in the course in Commerce and Finance...
This program was distributed for the 1908 Commencement Exercises, which took place on Thursday, April 2nd. Inside features a portrait of Moses Friedman, the Superintendent, Francis E. Leupp, the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Charles H. Dickson, the Supervisor-in Charge, as well as a portrait...
The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: Ella Johnson
A. Ella Johnson and ten unidentified Carlisle students.
The caption on this postcard reads: Academic Building, Indian School, Carlisle, Pa.
These materials include a telegram from Alice A. Van Deman, accepting her appointment as assistant matron at the Carlisle Indian School.
These materials include a letter from Henderson Long accepting his appointment as fireman at the Carlisle Indian School.
These materials include a telegram from William Stimpel that he accepts his appointment as Disciplinarian at the Carlisle Indian School.
These materials include correspondence regarding Dora S. Lecrone's acceptance of her appointment as teacher at the Carlisle Indian School.
This material includes newspaper articles alleging that the Carlisle Football Team had been using professional players during the season, and correspondence from members of the Bureau of Indian Affairs answering the charges.
The document contains correspondence concerning a request made by Elizabeth Penny towards further educational opportunities. Discussed options included continued music education at Carlisle or college education at Wilson College in nearby Chambersburg, Pennsylvania.
The Admitted section of this Registers of Pupils lists those students who were enrolled at the school between between 1899 and 1906. This list, which appears on pages 1 through 80 of this register, has entries that are numbered beginning with 2306 and continues from the Admitted pages in the previous volume of the Registers of Pupils. Most entries include students' biographical information, details on where they are from, their physical record, and the date when they entered the school. The Registers of Pupils comprise 2 volumes, which are located at the National Archives and Records Administration, Record Group 75, Series 1324.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Albert Payne to reenter the Carlisle Indian School.
The caption on this postcard reads: Alumni Hall, U. S. Indian School, Carlisle, Pa. Designed and Built by Students.
Studio portrait of art instructor Angel De Cora in Native American clothing.
Studio portrait of Angeline View.
Note: The Cumberland County Historical Society has two copies of this image: PA-CH3-071g and 14A-10-02.
The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: Angus Jacobs
Profile of Angus Jacobs
Studio portrait of Anna Buck and Annie Coodlalook.
The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: Clara Tepania (1) Anna Rolette (2)
Clara Trepania and Anna Roulette in their Carlisle uniforms. Each student is indicated by a number and identified on the reverse side.
The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: Home and family of Mr. and Mrs. John Tahquette, Cherokee Reservation. Mrs. Tahquette (Annie George) is a graduate of the Carlisle Indian School and Mr. Tahquette is an ex student of a southern college.
Annie George Tahquette...
The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: Annie George Tahquette Cherokee, Swain Co. N. C.
Annie George Tahquette with John A. Tahquette with one other woman and two children in front of their house in Cherokee, North Carolina.
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These materials include an anonymous letter, most likely written by a group of students, complaining about a recently hired farmer at the Carlisle Indian School and requesting an investigation. The letter specifically complains against his sanitation practices and tobacco usage.