Complaints Regarding the Process of Indian School Employee Transfers

Complaints Regarding the Process of Indian School Employee Transfers
Date: 
March 12, 1912 - December 16, 1912

Superintendent Moses Friedman tells the Commissioner of Indian Affairs that he believes that Indian school superintendents should not offer positions to other schools' employees and then revoke their offers after the employees accept. Friedman forwards correspondence in which this happened to two of his employees, Frank J. Veith and Frances M. Shultz, who were offered positions at Sherman Institute and Haskell Institute respectively.

The Commissioner agrees with Friedman, but he blames Friedman for Veith's and Shultz' offers being rescinded because Friedman did not explicitly recommend them.

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Repository: 
National Archives and Records Administration
Location: 
RG 75, CCF Entry 121, #40763-1912-Carlisle-163