James A. Cooper provides his report to the Office of Indian Affairs regarding his inspection of the Carlisle Indian School. Cooper covers the buildings, the number of pupils, the staff, clothing and diet of students, and discipline. Cooper also covers the industrial and traditional educations at Carlisle and ends by comparing the students at Carlisle to those on reservations.
Inspection Report of James A. Cooper of the Carlisle Indian School
March 5, 1890
National Archives and Records Administration
RG 75, Entry 91, box 601, 1890-#7221