Cemetery information and mortuary documents related to Laublock, a member of the Alaskan (Eskimo) Nation.
Student information card of Laublock, a member of an Alaskan Nation, who entered the school on November 14, 1897 and died on September 15, 1899. Laublock was buried in the cemetery on the school grounds.
In school documentation Laublock's name is also spelled Lablock.
Six Alaskan students posed on the deck of a ship, presumably taken on their journey to Carlisle. They are (from left to right) Annie Coodlalook, Cooki Glook, Anna Buck, Esenetuck, Tomiclock, and Laublock. All are wearing cloaks with fur-lined hoods.
Although this negative was included among photographer J.N. Choate's images, he could not…
Studio portrait of Annie Coodlalook (far left), Tomiclock (second from left), Laublock (standing in center), Anna Buck (second from right), Cooki Glook (far right), and Esenetuck (seated in front). All are wearing clocks with fur-timmed hoods. This photo seems to have been taken shortly after their arrival at the school in November, 1897. …
Studio portrait of Annie Coodlalook, Tomiclock , Laublock, Anna Buck, Cooki Glook, and Esenetuck. All are wearing school uniforms.
Note: This is a photograph of a photograph. Previous cataloging states that there is a date of October 1897 on this image which is probably incorrect as the students did not arrive at the school until…
Student record for Laublock (here Lablok) for the first grade indicating conduct, scholarship, industry, neatness and health. Laublock was in room number 1 with Fannie Peter as their teacher.