Student file of Max Favel, a member of the Colville Nation, who entered the school on January 8, 1913 and departed on October 20, 1913. The file contains newspaper clippings, trade/position record cards, a student information card, outing records, outing evaluations, financial transactions, applications for enrollment, medical/physical records…
Hauke, C. F.
Materials related to the disposition of funds of the Carlisle Indian School Athletic Association following an investigation by E. B. Linnen. Contains the Constitution and By-Laws of the Association for the year 1908, correspondence regarding how to handle money moving forward, a resolution updating the by-laws, as well as other financial…
These materials include numerous letters regarding Moses Friedman's transfer from the Assistant Superintendence at Haskell Institute to the Superintendence of the Carlisle Indian School. Friedman replaces Major William A. Mercer, who is required to return to his military regiment. As part of his transfer, Friedman's annual salary increases from…
These materials include correspondence regarding the return home of Richmond Martin to New York. The documents also discuss in detail new Bureau of Indian Affairs policies related to the discontinued enrollment of pupils from New York State as well as pupils of a young age.
These materials include a request by newspaper correspondence James H. Trumons of the Lawton Constitution-State Democrat for information on Chief Quanah Parker of the Comanche Nation. A biographical sketch of Chief Parker, appearing in Carlisle's school newspaper the Arrow, was forwarded to Trumons.
Correspondence and reports regarding examinations of students for tuberculosis along with the recommendation to return two students to their homes in 1909.
These materials include correspondence regarding the enrollment and return of funds of William Newashe.
Note: In this file, the student is referred to as William Newashe and William W. Washe.
These materials include correspondence regarding student-produced artwork and articles sent for an exhibition in Quito, Ecuador. Products from Carlisle were provided for the exhibit; the correspondence discusses what items were provided as well as the production and retail prices for the articles.
These materials include correspondence regarding a scholarship at the Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Isaac Quinn was recommended for this scholarship by Angel DeCora Dietz. Additional correspondence regarding the enrollment of David Redthunder as a pupil at Carlisle.
Carlisle Indian School Superintendent Moses Friedman requests to spend $500 from the "Indian School, Carlisle, Pa., 1910" account for special medical treatment of students, to send students to Philadelphia for treatment, and for medicine and food for the school hospital. Commissioner of Indian Affairs R. G . Valentine approves Friedman's…
Carlisle Gardener Reinholt H. Hoffman writes to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs because he was tasked with working as a temporary agricultural teacher but only received a gardener's salary. Superintendent Moses Friedman argues that Hoffman should not receive a higher salary since he did not actually teach. However, even though Hoffman's work…
These materials contain correspondence regarding a request by Sampson H. Renville to have his two daughters, Germaine and Fleeta, returned to their home in Peever, South Dakota from the Carlisle Indian School. Renville's request was granted after determining the children had access to public schools.
These materials contain correspondence regarding a request by Clarence De Graff to end his enrollment at Carlisle early and return home.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request from Louis Bear to return to his home before his term of enrollment had expired.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Taquah Wolf to be sent home.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request from Clifford Taylor to return to his home to assist his father. Taylor's request was granted.
This document contains correspondence concerning a complaint made by bandmaster James Wheelock that students from the school band were improperly disciplined by being locked in the guard house. The complaint, which made headlines in national newspapers including The Outlook, was investigated by the Bureau of Indian Affairs.…
These materials include correspondence regarding a request from Moses Friedman to obtain exceptions to enroll seven students over the age of 21.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request from John J. Jackson to transfer from the Carlisle Indian School to the Chilocco Indian Agricultural School to learn engineering. Jackson's request was denied, and he was instead placed under the school engineer of the Carlisle Indian School.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request from Daniel Magee to enter the Carlisle Indian School. Magee's request was denied when he indicated he would not pay his own transportation to Carlisle.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request from Paul Wing to enroll at the Carlisle Indian School. Wing's request was denied.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request to enroll several Nez Perce students, including Rachel Penny and Caleb Carter. Carter required special permission from the Office of Indian Affairs due to his age.
These materials contain correspondence regarding a request by William Silas to have his daughter Mary Silas returned to her home from Carlisle.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request from Moses Friedman, Carlisle's Superintendent, to enroll Helen Pickard as an overage pupil to finish her studies at the High School in Moorestown, New Jersey. Friedman's request was granted.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request to enroll Jonas Swamp in the Carlisle Indian School to take the shorthand and typewriting course. Swamp enrollment was denied due to his graduation from the Haskell Institute and a desire to keep students from moving between schools.