Student file of Glennie Pierce, a member of the Onondaga Nation, who entered the school on August 31, 1897, and departed on September 29, 1898. The file contains a student information card indicating that Pierce was originally from Corydon, Pennsylvania.
Student information card of Glennie Pierce, a member of the Onondaga Nation, who entered the school on August 31, 1897 and departed on September 29, 1898.
Elmer Huff requests the Office of Indian Affairs direct Richard Henry Pratt to search for Glennie Pierce who has been lost from Carlisle.
Alfred John Standing informs the Office of Indian Affairs that their letter regarding Glennie Pierce failed to include the referenced enclosure.
Alfred John Standing provides the information the Carlisle Indian School has on Glennie Pierce at the urging of Elmer Huff.
Elmer Huff informs the Office of Indian Affairs that Glennie Pierce has been located and requests that Richard Henry Pratt have him released from the Harrisburg, Pennsylvania poor house and returned home.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to the request of Elmer Huff to send Glennie Pierce home.
William A. Mercer forwards a New York Times article covering the arrest for desertion from the U.S. Army of four members of the Seneca Nation. Mercer comments the article is full of falsehoods and that only two of the men were former Carlisle students and did not have good records as students.
In a separate note Francis E. Leupp asks…