Carrie V. Birch requests a transfer from her current position as a teacher in Cherokee, North Carolina to the Carlisle Indian School.
Cherokee Indian Training School
Minnie M. Birch requests a transfer to either Cherokee, North Carolina or the Hampton Institute as a teacher.
Joseph C. Hart, Superintendent of the Cherokee Training School, informs the Office of Indian School that 17 students have departed for the Carlisle Indian School.
Roberta E. Wilson requests a transfer to the Indian School in Cherokee, North Carolina as an assistant matron. Richard Henry Pratt endorses the application and requests a replacement.
Richard Henry Pratt provides an endorsement for former student Anna (known at the school as Annie) George as a seamstress at the Cherokee Indian Training School.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that Roma Ewbank prefers an immediate transfer as an assistant matron to Cherokee Indian School unless there was an immediate vacancy at the Chemawa Indian School.
William A. Mercer informs the Office of Indian Affairs that teacher Frances R. Scales declines the transfer offer to the Cherokee School.
In the matter of E. H. Colgrave recuiting students from Cherokee, N. C. and the difficulties he encontered from Mr. Harris, the superintendent of the school there, William A. Mercer forwards a response of E. Colegrove regarding claims made against him by Superintendent DeWitt S. Harris. Mercer further states that he is willing to return a…
William A. Mercer informs the Office of Indian Affairs that he is not in favor of the proposed transfer of Emma C. Lovewell due to the statement of Superintendent Dewitt S. Harris of the Cherokee Training School.
Major William A. Mercer endorses John L. Walters' request to be transferred back from disciplinarian to teacher. To fill the disciplinarian role vacated by Walters and the assistant matron role vacated by Elizabeth C. Sloan, who has been on unpaid sick leave, requests to hire Mr. Harry M. Carter and Mrs. A. B. Carter, who fill the same…
Francis E. Smith asks the Commissioner of Indian Affairs for special permission to attend the Carlisle Indian School for an education, as Superintendent Moses Friedman told him he needed this special permission because he is older than the school's age limit. Education Division Chief J. H. Dortch tells Smith to consult with Cherokee Indian…
Banker and outing patron R. H. Headley asks Commissioner of Indian Affairs Cato Sells if there is any way that he can host an Indian boy at his home after the Carlisle Indian School closes. Headley states that he has been an outing host since 1900 and would like to continue to be one if at all possible.
Assistant Commissioner E. B.…