Richard Henry Pratt in compliance with a request from the Office of Indian Affairs regarding the Haskell Indian School. Pratt notes that upon his arrival in San Francisco from his recent trip to Japan he received a letter from Haskell Superintendent Charles Francis Meserve asking him to stop at Haskell. Pratt explains that his interactions were limited so he cannot make a full report but notes that his conversations led him to believe that Haskell needs to be isolated from local and regional politics if it is going to succeed.
Pratt Makes Limited Report on the Haskell Indian School
July 12, 1890
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National Archives and Records Administration
RG 75, Entry 91, box 640, 1890-#21423