Student file of Lila Maybee, a member of the Seneca Nation, who entered the school on September 1, 1910 and departed on June 1, 1915. The file contains a student information card, medical/physical records, an application for enrollment, correspondence, outing evaluations, an outing record, a progress/conduct card, a former student response…
These materials include correspondence regarding the church attendance of Benjamin Black Elk while on outing. Upon receiving an answer to his inquiry, William H. Ketcham, the Director of Catholic Indian Missions, objected to the placing of pupils in homes where they were unable to attend Mass regularly.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Benjamin C. Kreiner to enroll at Carlisle. Kriener was admitted to Carlisle and then held back due to a quarantine at his home agency. Following the close of the quarantine, Kriener was then denied access to the school due to having schools nearby.
These materials include correspondence regarding the enrollment status of Kiutus Jim. It was determined that Jim should be allowed to work to earn money to pay for his transportation back to his home through the outing system.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by John Abbott to have his brother Charles White Horn, a student at Carlisle, visit him while Abbott was in Washington, D.C.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by William Obern to have his two sons, Luke and Lawrence, sent home on vacation.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Liddia Jessaun to have her son Joseph returned home. Jessaun's request was denied with the explanation that Joseph's term of enrollment had one more year and that an additional year of industrial training as a tailor would be of greater benefit than having him return home.