Cemetery information and mortuary documents related to Miriam Patton (Dah-na-saaht), a member of the Apache Nation.
Student information card of Miriam Patton, a member of the Apache Nation, who entered the school on November 4, 1886 and departed on May 22, 1896. The student died at Carlisle and is buried in the school cemetery.
In school documentation Miriam Patton is also known as Dah-na-saaht, Miriam Patton Dahnasaaht and Miriam Dahnasaaht.…
Student information card of Miriam Patton, a member of the Apache Nation, who entered the school on November 4, 1886 and died on May 22, 1896. She was buried in the cemetery on the school grounds.
These materials include a cover letter and Descriptive Statement of Pupils regarding 37 Chiricahua Apache prisoners-of-war transferred to the Carlisle Indian School from Fort Marion in St. Augustine, Florida, where a larger group of Geronimo's band remained imprisoned. The 37 individuals transferred to Carlisle represented a portion of all…
Correspondence regarding a request from Apache prisoners of war for the return of their children from the Carlisle Indian School. Included in the correspondence are various recommendations for the students as well as Richard Henry Pratt's philosophy in educating the Apache students and his views on interpreters.
Richard Henry Pratt provides Daniel M. Browning of the decisions of the Apache students at the Carlisle Indian School relative to returning to their homes or staying at Carlisle.
Alfred John Standing reports to the Office of Indian Affairs the deaths of Jemima John and Miriam Patton Dahnassaht of consumption.