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Jim Thorpe in Starting Crouch

The headline reads: THORPE, A WONDERFUL INDIAN

The description reads: Jim Thorpe, the wonderful Sac and Fox Indian youth of the Carlisle School, who is picked by many to win the tryout for the American Olympic game in the Pentathlon all-around event at Celtic Park, New York, Saturday. Thorpe has done the 100-yard…

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John J. Godfrey, 1912

The caption reads: JOHN GODFROY     Indiana's Only Police Officer of Indian Extraction

This image of John J. Godfrey on his appointment to patrolman appears in the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette in 1912.

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Lewis Tewanima and Jim Thorpe, c.1912

The headline reads: CARLISLE INDIAN ATHLETES LIKELY TO MAKE OLYMPIC TEAM

The captions reads: TEWAUNIA, MARATHON.    THORPE, WEIGHTS, HURDLES AND SPRINTS.

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Lewis Tewanima in Track Uniform, #1, c.1912

The caption reads: Louis Tewanima

The printed note reads: IN THE 10,000-METER RUN AT THE OLYMPIC GAMES IN STOCKHOLM TEWANIMA SECOND PLACE-HE IS A FULL-BLOOD HOPI INDIAN AND IS CONSIDERED AMERICA'S GREATEST LONG-DISTANCE RUNNER

Tewanima in his Carlisle Track and Field Uniform.

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Olympic Champions in 1912

The headline reads: 20,000 PARADE IN HONOR OF AMERICAN OLYMPIC HEROES

The caption reads: "Jim" Thorp. A. R. Kiviat. Louis Scott. N. S. Tabor. George Bonhag. Tell Berna. Harry Babcock. Ralph Craig. Platt Adams. A. W. Richards.

American Olympic champions in their American sport coats wearing olive…

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Reverend James G. Dickson's Mission, c.1912

The caption reads: THE MISSION

This image is from the letterhead of Reverend James G. Dickson's correspondence with the school. The image is from Pendleton, Oregon and tepees can be seen in the background.

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True Indian Types - Tall Bull, Cheyenne

The caption reads: TRUE INDIAN TYPES - TALL BULL, CHEYENNE

The printed note reads: TALL BULL RECENTLY MADE CARLISLE A VISIT AND WAS MUCH INTERESTED IN THE WORK OF THE INSTITUTION (Photo by Hensel)

This image appears in Red Man vol. 4, no. 5 (January 1912): 187. 

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Ten Mile Race Participants

The headline reads: FACTORS IN TEN-MILE HANDICAP RACE

The caption reads: SHEEHAN    RUTH      GAULE     ELPHINSTONE

Taking the lead in the last two miles, Elphinstone was the victor in the endurance event of the Cross Country Club yesterday, which finished at Oriole Park. Ruth, Gaule and…

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Carlisle Indian School Basketball team, 1912

The caption reads: CARLISLE INDIAN BASKETBALL TEAM.

Standing, left to right - Thorpe, centre; J. Wheelock and Goes Back, guards.  Sitting - Powell and Roberts, guards; Wounded Eye, substitute.

This image was published in the Philadelphia Public Ledger on January 7, 1912.

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Nicholas Longfeather, 1912

The caption reads: INDIAN TREE EXPERT HERE

This image appears in the Atlanta Constitution on January 9, 1912. While attending the school Longfeather used the name Murphy Tarby.

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Rosie Roberts, 1912

The caption reads: MRS. HENRY ROBERTS

The printed note reads: She was Miss Rose De Nomie, a nurse in the Carlisle Indian School Hospital.  When Roberts, star end on the Indians' football team, was injured in a game she nursed him back to health and strength, and was wooed and won by him.

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Rosie DeNomie and Henry Roberts, 1912

The captions read: ROSE DENOMIE   HENRY ROBERTS

View of Henry E. Roberts and his wife, Rosie DeNomie.

This image was published in the Chicago Record-Herald on January 21, 1912.

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1920 - Indians Taxed and Not Taxed

The caption reads: 1920 INDIANS TAXED AND NOT TAXED - CITIZENS (?) AND NON-CITIZENS (?)

The printed notes read: TOTAL NOT TAXED, 31,767 - 11.8 PER CENT. TOTAL TAXED, 233,000 - 88.2 PER CENT.

INDIANS TAXED- All taxed, ---uncolored, 75 to 100 per cent, [green] ; 25 to 75 per cent, [gray]…

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Howard Gansworth

The caption reads: HOWARD GANSWORTH

The printed note reads: A full-blood Tuscarora Indian, a Carlisle graduate, who later worked his way through Princeton. He is now secretary of the Princeton Club and a prominent business man of Buffalo, N. Y.

This image appears in Red Man vol. 4, no. 7…

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Indians Developing into Good Farmers

The caption reads: INDIANS DEVELOPING INTO GOOD FARMERS

The printed note reads: On every reservation the Indians are enthusiastically taking to farming, and under the direction of trained men sent out by the Government are improving their allotments, 1. Anson Yellow Cloud and teams at Winnebago.  2. Cutting…

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Indians Developing into Good Farmers - Crow Reservation

This caption reads: INDIANS DEVELOPING INTO GOOD FARMERS

The printed note reads: THESE SCENES FROM THE CROW RESERVATION SHOW PROGRESS  1. Indians harrow and ride horseback.  2. Sits Down Spotted, a Crow Indian, plowing his farm  3. Albert Anderson's home, Crow Indian, Carlisle returned student

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Indians Developing into Good Farmers - Indian Labor

The caption reads: INDIANS DEVELOPING INTO GOOD FARMERS

The printed note reads: INDIAN LABOR, PROPERLY TRAINED, IS TRANSFORMING THE RESERVATIONS  1. Harvesting alfalfa, Ft. Mojave, Ariz.  2. Growing corn, Ft. Mojave, Ariz.  3. Indians harvesting beans at Upper Lake, Cal.

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Agricultural Progress Among Indians

The caption reads: AGRICULTURAL PROGRESS AMONG INDIANS

The printed note reads: The Indians of Southern California are making rapid strides towards self-support and citizenship. The pictures above represent progress in farming among the Mission Indians at Pala, California.  (1) Pedro Apapa in his cornfield.  (2)…

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Agricultural progress among Indians

The caption reads: AGRICULTURAL PROGRESS AMONG INDIANS

The printed note reads: The Indian Fair, properly conducted, is a great stimulus to the Indians in agriculture. These interesting photos were taken at the Agricultural Fair held among the Navajo Indians at San Juan, New Mexico.

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Agricultural Progress Among Indians - Apache

The caption reads: AGRICULTURAL PROGRESS AMONG INDIANS

The printed note reads: The Apache Indians of Arizona are counted as good workers by those who know them.  (1) and (3) shows Apaches working on the road to the Roosevelt Dam.  (2) shows an Apache teamster known as Fat Hen. The Indians of the West are in great…

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Agricultural Progress Among Indians - Day School

The caption reads: AGRICULTURAL PROGRESS AMONG INDIANS

The printed note reads: Good work is being done in the education of Indians on the reservation by the well-located and efficiently-administered day schools. The pictures above were taken of Day School No. 29 on the Pine Ridge Reservation, South Dakota. …

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Agricultural Progress Among Indians - Exhibition at their Fair

The caption reads: AGRICULTURAL PROGRESS AMONG INDIANS  

The printed note reads: 1. Exhibition at their Fair of products raised by Indians on the Fort Berthold Reservation.  (2) Home of R. W. Dixey, an Indian, on the Fort Hall Reservation.  (3) Pendleton Strike Axe, full-blood Osage, with 600 pounds of cotton…

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Cadet Officers of the Carlisle Indian School

The caption reads: CADET OFFICERS OF THE CARLISLE INDIAN SCHOOL

The printed note reads: There is maintained at Carlisle a military organization of the boys. regular drills are held during the year and the students obtain much benefit from the physical exercises and the lessons in character building. 

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Campus Gateway

The caption reads: CAMPUS GATEWAY AND MAIN ENTRANCE TO THE SCHOOL GROUNDS

This image appears in Red Man vol. 4, no. 9 (May 1912): 412.

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Carlisle Indian School Commencement Exercises - Blacksmith

The caption reads: CARLISLE INDIAN SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES - 1912

The printed note reads: A REAL BLACKSMITH SHOP WITH FORGE AND REAL FIRE. STUDENTS MAKING HORSE - SHOES AND EXECUTING IRON WORK BEFORE AN AUDIENCE OF 3500 VISITORS. SUCH EXERCISES SHOW REAL DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING. 

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