Adelaide B. Reichel Congressional Testimony, 1914

February 8, 1914

The typed transcript of Adelaide B. Reichel's testimony before the Joint Commission to Investigate Indian Affairs. At the time Reichel was a teacher at Carlisle.

In her testimony Reichel offers her perspective on (principal teacher) John Whitwell's professional capabilities and questions his loyalty to Superintendent Friedman. Then Lelah Burns expands on her own testimony (that she had given just before Reichel) to share her worries about keeping male and female students separate.

In the published version of this testimony Reichel's testimony begins on page 1285.


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RG 75, CCF Entry 121, #10144-1914-Carlisle-154
First page of typed transcript of testimony