Progress card of George Day, a member of the Shawnee Nation, who entered the school on February 23, 1903.
Note: Although this card indicates that Day reentered the school on December 21, 1908, other records show that he had first enrolled at Carlisle on February 23, 1903.
Student file of George Day, a member of the Shawnee Nation, who entered the school on February 23, 1903 and ultimately departed on January 23, 1911. The student did not attend the school continuously, but left and reentered. The file contains student information cards, an application for...
Student information card of George Day, a member of the Shawnee Nation, who entered the school on February 23, 1903 and departed on January 23, 1911.
Student file of Julia Day, a member of the Chippewa Nation, who entered the school on January 26, 1914 and departed on June 4, 1917. The file contains a student information card, an application for enrollment, a medical/physical record, an outing evaluation, an outing record, a federal financial...
Student information card of Julia Day, a member of the Chippewa Nation, who entered the school on January 26, 1914 and departed on June 4, 1917.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards a petition from the Comanche Nation to keep their U.S. Indian Agent George Day.
Also a brief note that a few members of the Agency stopped in Chicago and saw the Carlisle exhibit.
William A. Mercer forwards affidavit listing the names of students who ran away from the Carlisle Indian School and whose funds were paid out to them or transferred to the Emergency Fund from October 1, 1907 to December 31, 1907.
These materials include an inquiry from the Carlisle Indian School regarding the request of two students, Bert Miller and George Day, to refund monies due to them but transferred to the school's Emergency Fund. A clarification from the Bureau of Indian Affairs, including their policy on the...
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Susie Wilson to have her son, George Day, returned home to the Shawnee Indian Agency. The Commissioner of Indian Affairs, R. G. Valentine, provided authority to send Day home provided Day wished to return.
This material includes correspondence concerning a November 1910 inspection of Carlisle by James McLaughlin. This includes information concerning the guard house, a list of runaway students, and an investigation into the administrative affairs at the school.