Student file of Mary Miller, a member of the Chippewa Nation, who entered the school on October 25, 1890, graduated in 1897, and departed on August 27, 1897. The file contains student information cards, photographs, news clippings, returned student surveys, a former student response postcard, a report after leaving, and correspondence. The file…
Student information card of Mary Miller, a member of the Chippewa Nation, who entered the school on October 25, 1890 and departed on August 27, 1897. The information card indicates that Miller graduated in 1897, married Alpheus D. Dodge, and was living in Genoa, Nebraska in 1913.
Note: Although this card shows an arrival date of…
Student information card of John M. Miller, a member of the Stockbridge Nation, who entered the school on September 3, 1898 and departed on March 7, 1903. The information card indicates that Miller graduated in 1903, married Mary A. James, and was living in Zachow, Wisconsin in 1913.
Student file of George Miller, a member of the Chippewa Nation, who entered the school on September 17, 1913 and departed on April 15, 1914. The file contains correspondence, a student information card, an application for enrollment, medical/physical records, a news clipping, and a report after leaving. The file indicates Miller was living in…
Studio portrait of Anna McMillon and Mary Miller, both probably wearing school uniforms.
This image contains photographs of other students because the captions for this image are written above them.
Studio portrait of Margaret La Mere and Mary Miller.
Studio portrait of Mary Miller, Lily Miller, and Nettie Miller, all probably wearing school uniforms.
Portrait of twelve female and fourteen male students posed outside on the school grounds. The students are identified below the image. This is a page from The Red Man, March 1897. The Cumberland County Historical Society has two copies of this image: 14A-02-01 and 15-28-01.
Mary Miller Dodge with Alpheus D. Dodge, Charlotte Dodge and an unidentified individual with a dog in front of a house.
William A. Mercer informs the Office of Indian Affairs that he would not prefer to have Mary R. Miller appointed as an assistant laundress at the Carlisle Indian School. C. F. Larrabee responds that Mercer's statements will be followed.