D. C. De Wulf, pastor for the St. Charles Church in Pikesville, Maryland, requests a letter of introduction in order to visit the Carlisle Indian School and Hampton Institute along with the visitors from France.
Lamar, Lucius Q. C.
Correspondence discussing the appropriation of $37,500 for improvements to the Carlisle Indian School including the acquisition of the neighboring Parker farm, a new large boys’ dormitory, a school barn, and some other improvements. A letter from Pratt explaining the need for the new facilities is included as part of the document.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to a letter from Secretary of the Interior Lucius Q. C. Lamar regarding sending children and young adults at Fort Marion, St. Augustine, Florida to the Carlisle Indian School. Pratt provides details on the number of students that can be accommodated at Carlisle through temporary shelters and through sending students…
Secretary of the Interior Lucius Q. C. Lamar orders the Assistant Secretary of the Interior H. L. Muldrew to provide Richard Henry Pratt with orders authorizing him to transfer members of the Apache Nation being held prisoner at Fort Marion in St. Augustine, Florida to the Carlisle Indian School.
Secretary of War, William Crowninshield Endicott, informs the Secretary of Interior Lucius Q. C. Lamar that he believes that many of those at Fort Marion can be sent to Carlisle. Endicott ends by noting that he will leave it up to Richard Henry Pratt to select individuals to take with him to the Carlisle Indian School.
Correspondence regarding the request of Rev. Colbranth B. Perry to educate students currently enrolled at the Carlisle Indian School at the Mount Calvary Clergy House in Baltimore, Maryland.
Richard Henry Pratt addresses the Office of Indian Affairs regarding discussions he has had with A. Loudon Snowden, the Marshall in charge of the Centennial Celebration of the Constitution in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, regarding having students from the Carlisle Indian School in the parade as well as various individuals from the Western…
George E. Sanluier protests against the sentiment of having students from the Carlisle Indian School at various entertainment events.