Student Nellie Johnson writes to teacher Fannie Peter about his attempts to cultivate and sell tobacco stems.
Alfred John Standing forwards a statement regarding teachers at the Carlisle Indian School.
Note: Gertrude Simmons later became known as Gertrude Simmons Bonnin and Zitkala-Sa.
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.
William Reily writes to Fannie Peter in order to thank Dennison Wheelock for playing Taps at the funeral of his brother Colonel Thomas A. Reily.
Richard Henry Pratt requests the salary of Fannie Peter be increased to prevent her transfer to the Indian Office. Pratt notes that Peter is more valuable to the Indian Service at Carlisle than in Washington D.C.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards Fannie I. Peter's letter withdrawing her request for a transfer to the Indian Office.
Richard Henry Pratt informs Fannie Peter that he and Mrs. Pratt are leaving for Denver, Colorado following his departure from the Carlisle Indian School. Pratt notes that he remained in Central Pennsylvania for six months in order to address any criticisms.
Oonaleana provides an update to Fannie Peter on his home in Point Barrow, Alaska. He notes that he tries to teach some others in Point Barrow English and that one of the recently returned students from Carlisle has forgotten how to speak Eskimo but they are going to teach in the Winter. Oonaleana also includes stories of hunting whales while…
Annebuck writes about her school experiences at the Chemawa Indian School. She notes that the girls basketball team was recently defeated but that she had a nice Christmas. In addition, she writes about the differences between Chemawa and Carlisle as well as the differences in weather between Chemawa and her home in Alaska.
Annebuck replies to Fannie Peter with an update on her experiences as a teacher in Deering, Alaska with a focus on her students and the weather. Annebuck describes her pay along with the costs associated with boarding with the missionaries and her travel costs to Chemawa. Also included are updates on various individuals associated with the…
These materials include correspondence regarding a request to have Matilda Hancorne returned to her home in Orick, California. The request was granted by the Office of Indian Affairs.
Anna Buck provides an update on her school days at the Chemawa Indian School to Fannie Peter. Buck indicates that she is currently in the Junior Class but that she wants to return soon to Alaska to become a teacher. She also provides some updates on her family and individuals connected to Carlisle who have recently visited.
Annebuck provides an update to Fannie Peter on her current life living in San Fransico, California as well as other students from Alaska including Annie Coodlalook and Emma Esanetuck.
Anna Laura Pratt replies to a letter of Fannie Peter thanking Peter for her letter and providing an update on her life since the death of her husband Richard Henry Pratt. Pratt notes that she plans to donate Indian Office Reports to Dickinson College as well as complete the book Richard Henry Pratt had nearly finished writing. Additionally, she…