John T. Doyle, the Secretary of the Civil Service Commission, forwards to the Secretary of the Interior a list of three women (Anna H. Johnson, Minnie M. Birch, Minerva E. Spencer) who are eligible to fill the vacant dining room matron position at the Carlisle Indian School. The list includes the candidates' names, addresses, and their civil…
Birch, Minnie M.
Minnie M. Birch informs the Office of Indian Affairs that she is accepting the position of dining room matron pursuant to various conditions.
Minnie M. Birch informs the Office of Indian Affairs that she wants to change her previous response. Birch states that she wants to accept the dining room matron position at the Carlisle Indian School.
Charles E. Roberts objects to the dismissal of Minnie M. Birch as the Dining Room Matron at the Carlisle Indian School. Roberts quotes from Birch's letter that the reason for her dismissal is Richard Henry Pratt objecting to the Civil Service Commission appointing employees and his desire to hire employees on his own.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that Minnie M. Birch is unqualified for the position of dining room matron and requests a new candidate.
Minnie M. Birch requests a transfer to either Cherokee, North Carolina or the Hampton Institute as a teacher.
Richard Henry Pratt follows up his descriptive statement and proposed changes in school employees with a report on classified employees on probation for 1893.