Richard H. Pratt states that he currently has 57 male students and is looking to recruit 20 female students. He goes on to say that he plans to place most of the students from Florida on outing, believing that placing Indian students in white families where they will learn a trade will help give...
Richard Henry Pratt requests that Sheldon Jackson be allowed to go to the Navajo Agency to recruit a delegation of students for the Carlisle Indian School along with an assistant.
November 1882 Monthly School Report for the Carlisle Indian School. Included in the report are text books used for the academic education, industrial trades taught, recruitment of students from Pine Ridge and Rosebud Agencies, and enrollment by Nation.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to a letter from Lucius Q. C. Lamar, Secretary of the Interior, with information about two Nez Perce students, Luke Phillips and Samuel Johns, who became ill during their second term of enrollment. Pratt notes that he believes in many cases it is better to retain...
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that he has received word from Fletcher J. Cowart that Cowart has 15 students he would like to enroll at Carlisle. Pratt notes that he has written to Cowart that he wants to maintain the gender ratio at the school.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding a request from George E. Gerowe, Superintendent of the Fort Stevenson Indian School, to enroll six students at the Carlisle Indian School. Pratt notes that he has little transportation funds left but would be willing to...
Alfred John Standing responds to the Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding the incoming parties from Montana. Standing provides a breakdown by gender of each party from the Blackfeet, Fort Belknap, Crow, and Fort Peck Agencies. In particular he notes that the Fort Peck students come from the...
Richard Henry Pratt provides a report on the gender breakdown by grade of the Carlisle Indian School as of December 31, 1890.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards the Statement of Classification for students at the Carlisle Indian School for the quarter ending March 31, 1891.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to a message from W. A. Jones regarding the equal division of sexes amongst the teachers.
A. O. Wright, Supervisor of Indian Schools, provides a report on the Carlisle Indian School focusing on the Outing School. Wright provides details of the school as he found it as well as provides recommendations for improvement.
Richard Henry Pratt proposes to place Malcolm and Kittie Odell in charge of the small boys following the resignation of Lida Given. Pratt also requests to transfer Effie Moul to the position of teacher.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding the wife of teacher Enoch M. Sherry being certified for an appointment as teacher.
Edgar A. Allen requests that the examination for position of Drawing Teacher at Carlisle be opened to both sexes.
Captain W. A. Mercer requests permission from the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to employ twenty female students in the sewing room to make shirts for male pupils. Mercer also includes details on compensation and the number of workdays required to make enough shirts.