Student file of Charles E. Dagenett, a member of the Peoria Nation, who entered the school on November 15, 1887, graduated in 1891, and ultimately departed on December 14, 1891. The student did not attend the school continuously, but left and reentered. The file contains student information cards, news clippings, photographs, returned student…
Student file of Rosa Bourassa, a member of the Chippewa Nation, who entered the school on August 7, 1889, graduated in 1890, and departed on February 25, 1892. The file contains a student information card, returned student survey, photographs, news clippings, a report after leaving, correspondence, and a trade/position record card. The file…
Student information card of Rosa Bourassa, a member of the Chippewa Nation, who entered the school on August 7, 1889 and departed on February 25, 1892. The information card indicates that Bourassa graduated in 1890, had married Frank La Flesche and was living in Rosebud, South Dakota in 1915.
Studio portrait of thirteen male and five female students.
This appears to be a different version (people in different positions) of the graduating class of 1890. This is not the version that became the official photograph of the class.
Studio portrait of thirteen male and five female students, the second graduating class in 1890.
They are, back row, left to right: William Tivis, Jemima Wheelock, Dennison Wheelock, Stacy Matlock, Levi Levering, Veronica Holliday, Benjamin Lawry; middle row, left to right: George Means, Howard Logan, George Vallier (standing), William…
Studio portrait of Rosa Bourassa. A handwritten caption along the side of the image probably reads: Rose Baunassa.
Studio portrait of Rosa Bourassa and Lydia Flint.
Studio portrait of Rosa Bourassa and Lydia Flint.
The headline reads: ARRANGING FOR CONFERENCE OF AMERICAN INDIANS
The caption reads: MRS. ROSA LA FLESCHE
The note reads: One of the leading women of her race, a graduate of Carlisle and long in the government service. She has been in Columbus, all summer arranging the preliminaries for the…
The headline reads: ARRANGING INDIAN CONFERENCE
The caption reads: MRS. ROSA BE LA FLESCHE.
The note reads: Three-quarter blood Chippewa, proud of her race, who is here arranging for the coming conference on betterment of conditions among her people. he is corresponding secretary and…
The caption reads: MRS. ROSA. B. LA FLESCHE (Chippewa)
The note reads: It was her deep faith in the Society and her devotion to it that carried the first conference to success and gave the Society the strength to live through its most critical periods.
The caption reads: MRS. ROSA B. LA FLESCHE,
The note reads: Secretary Congress of American Indians, in session at Columbus, Ohio.
This image appears in the Oklahoman in 1911.
The printed caption reads: THE FIRST NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN ASSOCIATION, HELD AT COLUMBUS, OHIO, OCTOBER 12-15.
This image appears in the Review of Reviews vol. 16, no. 4 (November 1911): 537.
Captain Richard H. Pratt submits a report that lists new employees (Jennie Dubray, Rosa Bourassa, Nellie Robertson, Lydia Flint) as well as those who have left the school (Laura Lutkins). These reports include personal information about those being hired as well as reasons for departure for those leaving.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter noting Office approval of Jennie Dubray, Rosa Bourassa, Nellie Robertson, and Lydia Flint as cadet sergeants. Pratt writes that he requested to have the students listed be approved as pupil teachers and not as cadet sergeants.
Captain Richard Henry Pratt submits a report that lists all of the employees at the school for the 1890-1891 fiscal year (A. J. Standing, Fordyce Grinnell, C. H. Hepburn, L. A. Bender, E. L. Fisher, Emma A. Cutter, Anna L. Hamilton, M. E. B. Phillips, Anna S. Luckenbach, Mary H. Cooks, Fanny G. Paull, Della F. Botsford, Clara C. McAdam, Rachel…
Richard Henry Pratt forwards the Report of School Employees for the quarter ending March 31, 1891.
Major Richard Henry Pratt submits report that lists employees who have left the school (Rosa Bourassa and A. Norris). The report includes position title, salary, date of departure, and reason for departure.
This is the second of two descriptive statements from March 1892.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards Rosa Bourassa's application for an 18-day leave of absence. Bourassa works as an assistant matron.
Richard Henry Pratt provides a report on the employees of the Carlisle Indian School relationship to him and to each other.
Richard Henry Pratt requests that Rosa Bourassa be added to the Carlisle Indian School list of teachers for the following school year. Pratt further notes that she will be taking a summer school course at Martha's Vineyard.
Richard H. Pratt submits a report that lists employees who have left the school (L. A. Bender, Annie B. Moon, T. S. Reighter, Fannie E. Russell, Clara Anthony, Richard Davis, Bessie R. Jamison, Joshua Walker, W. P. Campbell, Philip L. Drum, T. L. Deavor, and M. J. Campbell) and all employees working at the school in September 1894.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that he has filled three teaching positions at $600 which leaves no additional vacancies at that level. He further states that Bourassa was appointed at $540 and requests that the nomination be confirmed.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards assistant teacher Rosa Bourassa's application for a 60-day leave of absence. Bourassa will also attend summer school while on leave.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards certificate of attendance at summer school for 11 employees: Carlos Montezuma (physician), Emma A. Cutter (senior teacher), Anna C. Hamilton (normal teacher), Florence M. Carter (teacher), Kate S. Bowersox (teacher), J. W. Hendren (teacher), Fannie I. Peter (teacher), M. L. Silcott (assistant teacher), Carrie E.…