Richard Henry Pratt recommends Howard Logan, a student at the Carlisle Indian School, for a position as a teacher at the Navajo Agency for one year. Pratt notes that Logan needs to go West for his health and this opportunity also allows him the change to earn money to pay for college.
Navajo Training School
G. H. Wadleigh, Superintendent of the Navajo Boarding School, informs the Office of Indian Affairs that a small party of students would be interested in transferring to either Haskell or Carlisle. Wadleigh indicates Haskell would be better because of its location and lack of prejudice against it among the Navajo. He further states that it will…
Cornelia A. Merritt, teacher, accepts transfer to the Navajo Boarding School at Fort Defiance, Arizona.
William A. Mercer requests to be able to furnish Laura Taylor with funds to travel to the Navajo Agency Training School to take a position as an assistant seamstress.
William A. Mercer informs the Office of Indian Affairs that Laura Taylor has left the Carlisle Indian School to take the position of assistant seamstress at the school at Fort Defiance, Arizona.