Progress card of William (here Willie) Bishop, a member of the Cayuga Nation, who entered the school on September 5, 1905.
Student information card of William Bishop, a member of the Cayuga Nation, who entered the school on September 5, 1905. The card indicates that Bishop had graduated in 1912, and was living in Sea Isle City, New Jersey in 1913.
Student information cards of William Bishop, a member of the Cayuga Nation, who entered the school on September 5, 1905 and ultimately departed on June 12, 1912.
In school documentation William Bishop is also known as William C. Bishop and Willie Bishop.
The superintendent of the school described improvements of school buildings, as well as an increase in attendance. Next, appeared a history of the Flathead Indians, accompanied by images from the Flathead Reservation in Montana. F. Shoemaker, M.D. detailed how tuberculosis infections were handled at the school. The following section, "Legend…
In the opening article, Superintendent Friedman wrote on the success of public and special school in the United States. Next, Glenn S. "Pop" Warner discussed athletics at the school. He addressed questions of recruitment and policy. In the "Legend, Stories, and Customs" sections Carlisle Students told legends and histories of their nations.…
The caption reads: GRADUATING CLASS 1912 - CARLISLE INDIAN SCHOOL.
This image appears in Red Man vol. 4, no. 9 (May 1912): 369.
The individuals in this image have been identified as:
Front row (L to R): Ella Johnson, Louise K. Loudbear (also known as Louisa Katchicum), Ernestine Venne, Emma Newashe…
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Ida Logan to enroll her son Harold Bishop to the Carlisle Indian School. Bishop was under the standard age of enrollment. The Indian Office allowed Bishop's admission pending the status of his formal application.