Discussing Potential Federal Trial of Siceni Nori and Moses Friedman

October 22, 1908-November 13, 1917

These materials primarily consist of correspondence between the Office of Indian Affairs and the U. S. Department of Justice, in particular an Assistant Attorney General Charles Warren. In this correspondence, officials discuss whether or not former Superintendent Moses Friedman and former Chief Clerk Siceni Nori should be tried in a federal court for wrong-doings uncovered in the 1914 Congressional investigation into the school. Mixed in with these discussions are other letters or legal documents related to the investigation's aftermath in summer and fall of 1914. 

The materials appear in reverse chronological order. 


Time Period
National Archives and Records Administration
RG 75, CCF Entry 121, #10144-1914-Carlisle-154
Type-written letter, off-white paper and blue ink from Asst. Attorney General