Student information card of Susie Rayos, a member of the Pueblo Nation, who entered the school on August 26, 1896, graduated in 1903, and departed on September 3, 1906. The file indicates Rayos studied teaching, married Walter Marmon, and was living in Laguna, New Mexico in 1913.
Student information cards of Susie Rayos, a member of the Pueblo Nation, who entered the school on August 26, 1896, graduated in 1903, and ultimately departed on September 3, 1906.
The opening article praised the work of Francis E. Leupp, Commissioner of Indian Affairs. The following article, pulled from the Philadelphia Ledger, featured two Carlisle students. Thomas Saul (Wanyeya) and Reuben Charles (Gwee-yeh-is) were awarded the Gillespie Scholarship and were being trained in the arts. Next, C. J. Crandall…
Susie Rayos requests to take the required examinations to enter the Indian Service. William A. Mercer forwards the request along with additional information about Rayos.
William A. Mercer recommends that Susie Rayos be given an appointment as a teacher in the Indian Service.
William A. Mercer requests to have Susie Rayos, a former Carlisle Student, as a teacher rather than have a white teacher appointed.
Major William A. Mercer submits a report that lists new employees (Bridget A. Dorey, Susie Rayos, Ella G. Hill, and Karl H. Baker), employees who have left the school (Effie Moul, Rose Dillon, and Beckie L. Goodyear), and temporarily appointed employees (Ella Albert). The report includes position title, salary, date of departure, and reason for…
Correspondence regarding changes in employees at the Carlisle Indian School related to disagreements in the philosophies of William A. Mercer and Richard Henry Pratt.
William A. Mercer replies to the Office of Indian Affairs regarding changes to Carlisle Indian School employees.
W. A. Mercer forwards four applications for leave of absence for several employees: Bertha Canfield (seamstress), Anna Gogitney (teacher), Susie Rayos (teacher), and E. H. Colegrove (disciplinarian).