Cemetery information and mortuary documents related to Charles Fisher, a member of the Crow Nation.
Student information card of Charlie Fisher, a member of the Crow Nation, who entered the school on February 28, 1883 and died on September 17, 1886. He was buried in the cemetery on the school grounds.
In school documentation Charlie Fisher is also known as Charles Fisher and Ah soo push.
Student information card of Charlie Fisher, a member of the Crow Nation, who entered the school on February 28, 1883 and died on September 17, 1886 while attending the school. He was buried in the cemetery on the school grounds.
Studio portrait of Charles Fisher (at left) and George Thomas (at right), both wearing school uniforms.
Studio portrait of three unidentified male students and four unidentified female students.
Previous cataloging identifies them as being from the Crow nation. If that is true, then the male student in the back left may be George Thomas, and the male student in the back right may be Charles Fisher.
Studio portrait of three unidentified male student and four unidentified female students.
Previous cataloging for the National Anthrological Archives version of this image identifies the students as being from the Crow nation. If this is true, then the male student in the back at left may be George Thomas and the student at the back on…
These materials include a cover letter and a Descriptive Statement of Pupils regarding 8 children transferred to the Carlisle Indian School from the Crow Agency in Montana. The Descriptive Statement indicates that two female children initially intended for transfer refused to go with the rest of the group.
Carlisle Indian School physician O. G. Given provides a report on the recently arrived Crow students from Carlisle, several of whom should be sent back. As a result of the report Pratt recommends including additional agency health examinations.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to a letter from H. J. Armstrong, U.S. Indian Agent for the Crow Agency, regarding a promise that Armstrong made that students sent to Carlisle could return after two years and not three years. Armstrong believes that if any student wishes to return then his promise should be honored.
Pratt notes that all of…
O. G. Given, the school physician, compiles the monthly sanitary reports for August, September, and October 1886. Given also includes a short note about a case in the "Remarks and Physician's Special Report" section of the September report.