Student information card of Jonas Place (The Bed Place), a member of the Apache Nation, who entered the school on February 2, 1884 and departed on July 25, 1892.
Studio portrait of Roland Fish (seated at left), Jonas Place, and an unidentified young man. Fish is in a school uniform.
Studio portrait of Jonas Place and Morgan Toprock.
Studio portrait of Jonas Place, Justin Shedee, and Modoc Wind.
Studio portrait of Jonas Place, Morgan Toprock, and Robert Penn in baseball uniforms posed as if playing baseball.
Studio portrait of Jonas Place, Morgan Toprock, and Robert Penn in baseball uniforms holding baseball equipment.
Studio portrait of Modoc Wind and Jonas Place.
Note: Previous cataloging indicates the handwritten caption contains the date October 1888.
Studio portrait of Morgan Toprock (left) and Jonas Place (right).
Portrait of the school's Union Reserve baseball team, some in uniforms.
The caption identifies the sitters as: top row (l to r), Joseph Harris, Jonas Place, Paul Lovejoy, Joseph Hamilton, Harry Hutchinson, and David Turkey; middle row (l to r), Felix Eagle Feather, John Baptiste, Fred Big Horse, and George Baker; front row (l to r),…
Portrait of a baseball team with "Indians" on the front of their uniforms, with white coach or teacher in center.
The handwritten caption for the Cumberland County Historical Society version of this images identifies them as the Union Reserve baseball team. The sitters are identified in that image as: back row, Frank Everett and Charles…
Portrait of a baseball team with "Indians" on the front of their uniforms, with white coach or teacher in center. The handwritten caption in the album identifies them as the Union Reserve baseball team.
The caption written below the image identifies the sitters as: back row, Frank Everett and Charles Damon; middle row, Josiah Powlas,…
The program includes singing and recitation and other displays of acquired knowledge and speeches. The names of participating students are listed. Another part of the program was a discussion on the topic: “Should the Indians be farmers or stock-raisers?"
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter enclosing a letter from Captain Lewis Johnson regarding students from the San Carlos Agency at the Carlisle Indian School. Pratt provides a list of the students who remain at Carlisle and notes that they have all consented to remain at Carlisle beyond their initial term of…