B. P. Shuler, U.S. Indian Agent for the White Earth Agency, responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter that he will provide full support to the agent of the Carlisle Indian School to secure students for the school.
White Earth Agency
B. P. Shuler, U.S. Indian Agent for the White Earth Agency, provides a report to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs including on pupils sent to Fort Totten and a delegation to be sent Carlisle. Shuler states that all of the students sent to Fort Totten had the permission of their parents and the only complaint was by a teacher at the Rice River…
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that none of the party of seven students from Red Lake have arrived, but the one from the White Earth Agency who was to accompany them has arrived at Carlisle. Pratt further states that this student, upon his medical examination, was found unfit. As a result, he recommends that the…
Correspondence and reports related to students attending the Carlisle Indian School and Lincoln Institute from the White Earth Agency eligible to receive an annuity from the Agency.
Nobert M. Allen, U.S. Indian Agent for the White Earth Agency informs Thomas Mason that he should write to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs regarding missed payments.
Edgar A. Allen submits voucher covering expense of two tickets for William Hole-in-the-day and Simon Michelet, U.S. Indian Agent.