Student file of Chauncey Archiquette, a member of the Oneida Nation, who entered the school on September 21, 1890, graduated in 1899, and ultimately departed on March 6, 1899. The student did not attend the school continuously, but left and reentered. The file contains student information cards...
Student information card of Chauncey Archiquette, a member of the Oneida Nation, who entered the school on September 21, 1890 and departed on March 6, 1899. The card indicates that Archiquette graduated in 1899, and was living in Pawhuska, Oklahoma in 1913.
Group portrait of the football team, posed with a football labeled '98 and a dog.
The Cumberland County Historical Society has the sitters identified as: back row (l to r): Artie Miller, Jonas Metoxen, Bemus Pierce, Edward Rogers, and Frank Hudson; middle row (l to r) Chauncey...
Studio portrait of fifteen male students and nineteen female students, the graduating class of 1899. According to the label on this photo they are:
Back row: Christian Eastman, Annie Gesis, Joseph Gouge (here J. Jennings Gouge), George Hazlett, Sarah Williams, Chauncey Archiquette, Eliza...
Richard Henry Pratt informs W. A. Jones that a number of former Carlisle Indian School students are now attending the Haskell Indian School in the normal or commercial departments or connected with their football team.
William A. Mercer requests the Office of Indian Affairs arrange a non-competitive examination for Chauncey E. Archiquette for the position of assistant clerk. Mercer requests that blanks and information be sent to directly Archiquette.
J. R. Wise informs the Office of Indian Affairs of the reason for the delay in forwarding the attendance report of the school for the quarter ending September 30, 1905.
William A. Mercer provides a report of employees whose probationary period has expired or will expire shortly to the Office of Indian Affairs. Mercer further indicates that Elizabeth Sloan should be relieved of her duties despite having gone beyond her probationary period.
William A. Mercer informs the Office of Indian Affairs that Chauncey Archiquette will accept the appointment of stenographer for the Osage Agency.
William A. Mercer informs the Office of Indian Affairs that Chauncey Archiquette is set to leave for the Osage Agency. Mercer provides his qualifications to replace Archiquette at the Carlisle Indian School.
J. R. Wise follows up on the request to replace Chauncey Archiquette as assistant clerk with a young woman through the Civil Service list of eligible candidates.
Major William Mercer submits two reports that list employees who have left the school (George Balenti and Chauncey Archiquette). The reports include position title, salary, date of departure, and reason for departure.