Hitchcock, E. A.
Response by Edgar A. Allen to claims by an anonymous individual alleging that John Miller (also addressed as William Miller) used fraud to enroll at the Carlisle Indian School. Also included are legal affidavits by Miller and John Pulcifer claiming their innocence.
Correspondence regarding the request for the return of Agnes Sanderville by her mother and grandfather as well as counterclaims by her father.
E. A. Hitchcock, Secretary of the Interior, instructs the W. A. Jones to have Richard Henry Pratt return the children of Mrs. J. F. Hoover from the Carlisle Indian School.
Correspondence regarding the return of Nora and Geneva Jameson from the Carlisle Indian School.
Thomas Ryan and Ethan Allen Hitchcock request further information from the Commissioner of Indian Affairs and Richard Henry Pratt on the request of Peter Cole for the return of his daughter Nettie Cole.
Wrap for letter of Ohio Senator Joseph B. Foraker inquiring of the Department of the Interior of desirability of legislation before the Committee on Pacific Islands and Puerto Rico of admitting 50 students from Puerto Rico to the Carlisle Indian School. Ethan A. Hitchcock refers the letter to...
E. A. Hitchcock, Interior Secretary, disallows all expenses incurred in securing students from Alaska from 1903.
E. A. Hitchcock, Secretary of the Interior, directs W. A. Jones to instruct Richard Henry Pratt to turn over all government property to William A. Mercer.
W. A. Mercer notifies the Office of Indian Affairs that he needs to return to the Uinta and Ouray Agency to provide further instructions to his successor.
E. A. Hitchcock informs the Office of Indian Affairs that the request to enroll students from Hogansburg, New York at the Carlisle Indian School should be taken up by the Superintendent.
E. A. Hitchcock provides decisions on allowing or disallowing expenses incurred in returning pupils to Alaska from the Carlisle Indian School.
E. A. Hitchcock, Secretary of the Interior, replies to an inquiry regarding the use of the appropriation for an addition to the hospital at the Carlisle Indian School. Hitchcock states that the appropriation can be used to construct a new hospital building.
E. G. Sprow requests that the disciplinary charge resulting in his termination from the Carlisle Indian School be removed from his record.
These materials include correspondence and legal documents regarding the 1914 internal and Congressional investigations into Superintendent Moses Friedman and Chief Clerk Siceni J. Nori of the Carlisle Indian School. Included is copied and original correspondence regarding the resignation of...