Student information card of Louis Paul, a member of the Alaskan Nation, who entered the school on August 26, 1901 and departed on September 12, 1906. The information card indicates that Paul had graduated in 1906, studied printing, and was living in Chemawa, Oregon in 1915.
Student information card of Louis Paul, a member of an Alaskan Nation, who entered the school on August 26, 1901, graduated in 1906, and departed on September 12, 1906.
In school documentation Louis Paul's name is also spelled Louie Paul and Lewis Paul. He is also known as Louis F. Paul.
Student file of Paul Richard Kinninook, a member of an Alaskan nation, who entered the school on October 24, 1903 and departed on April 30, 1909. The file contains his student information cards, his application for enrollment, a returned student survey, a former student response postcard, correspondence, and a report after leaving. The file…
Studio portrait of the graduating class of 1906 with inserted single photos of two female students.
Students are marked with white numbers corresponding to the typed list of names below.
Program for the 1906 commencement exercises of the Carlisle Indian School. The program includes student performances, the names and image of the graduating class and students who were awarded industrial certificates, the class motto and colors. In addition, the program includes a number of images related to the Carlisle Indian School.
William A. Mercer requests authority to pay for the return of Louis Paul (here Lewis Paul) to his home in Alaska.
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 materials related to a request by James Riley Wheelock to have his brother, Hugh Wheelock, released from the Carlisle Indian School. James claimed that his brother was being held at the school to prevent him from playing in Wheelock's band, and to make him play for the Carlisle football team. James further claimed that…
This document contains a list of student musicians recommended for possible Indian Service employment.