Student information card of Jeannette (here Jeanette) Pocatello, a member of the Shoshone Nation, who entered the school on August 13, 1897 and departed on June 24, 1904. The information card indicates that Pocatello had graduated in 1904, married Joseph Hardy, and was living in Ross Fork, Idaho in 1912.
Student information card of Jeannette Pocatello, a member of the Shoshone Nation, who entered the school on August 13, 1897, graduated in 1904, and departed on June 24, 1904.
In school documentation Jeannette Pocatello's name is also spelled Jeanette Pocatello. Her married name is Jeannette Hardy (Mrs. Joseph Hardy).
Studio portrait of a large group of seated and standing male and female students, identified as the graduating class of 1904. They are identified in a label attached below the photo.
The label notes that Martha Enos was part of the graduating class but not included in the photo.
Richard Henry Pratt provides the Office of Indian Affairs with a list of students transported to the school under Government request #2226, escorted by Hosea Locke.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards letter from A. F. Caldwell, U.S. Indian Agent for the Fort Hall Agency, of students who are eligible to receive annuity payments. Pratt requests their money to be sent to Carlisle where it can be placed in their student accounts.
Commencement program for the 1904 graduating class. The program includes a picture of the graduating class with names and nation, the class motto and colors. The program listing includes student performances, words to the “Song of a Thousand Years" and statistical information.