Responsibility of the State of New York to Educate New York Indians

Responsibility of the State of New York to Educate New York Indians
Date: 
September 7, 1920 - September 20, 1920

George D. Clark asks the Department of Indian Affairs if the Carlisle Indian School is still in operation, and if it's not, what kind of arrangements he could make with schools in the west. Assistant Commissioner of Indian Affairs E. B. Meritt informs Clark that Carlisle is closed and the Federal Government has no responsibility for educating New York Indians. Instead, they should attend public schools ran by the state of New York.

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Repository: 
National Archives and Records Administration
Location: 
RG 75, CCF Entry 121, #75184-1920-Carlisle-806