Student file of Sarah Archiquette, a member of the Oneida Nation, who entered the school on June 22, 1888, and departed on July 4, 1893. The file contains a student information card, a report after leaving, a returned student survey, a news clipping, and former student response postcards indicating that in 1913 she was working and living in…
Student information card of Sarah Archiquette, a member of the Oneida Nation, who entered the school on June 22, 1888 and departed on July 4, 1893. The file indicates Archiquette married Sampson Cornelius and at the Riggs Institute in Flandreau, South Dakota in 1913.
Studio portrait of William Archiquette, Libbie Archiquette (seated), and Sarah Archiquette (standing), in school uniform.
An illegible handwritten caption along the side of the image probably reads: William Archiquette with his two sisters.
Richard Henry Pratt provides an account of transferring students from the Martinsburg Indian School to the Carlisle Indian School. Pratt notes that he and P. H. Bridenbaugh told the group of students of the benefit of staying in the East and continuing their education but that it was up to them if they wanted to stay. After a discussion in…
S. S. Burleson seeks the return home of William and Sarah Archiquette from the Carlisle Indian School at the request of Chief Skenandoah, William Archiquette, and Mrs. John Archiquette. Burleson states that the students have been at school for eight years and their family desires their return.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to a letter from S. S. Burleson requesting the return of William and Sarah Archiquette at the request of their mother. Pratt notes that he would like the statements in the letter verified as he includes two enclosures including a letter from William showing that he is content on his outing. Further as the students…
John and Mary Archiquette ask Thomas J. Morgan to order the return of their children William and Sarah from the Carlisle Indian School.
Richard Henry Pratt replies to the request for the return of William and Sarah Archiquette by their parents. Pratt notes that the students were offered each year to return home and they choose to stay at Carlisle. He ends his letter by discussing his discontent with the author of the request S. S. Burleson.