Julia E. Remington inquires if the Carlisle Indian School has room for a member of the Onondaga Nation. Pratt notes when forwarding the letter to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs that due to limited appropriations the father of the prospective student should be required to pay for travel expenses.
Remington, Julia E.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards a letter from Julia E. Remington, a missionary at the Church of the Good Shepherd, to enroll Moses Cole, Martin Hill, and Stephen Webster at the Carlisle Indian School.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards a request for the return of Onondaga children currently enrolled at the Carlisle Indian School. Pratt provides context to the request for the return of the children and determines that it might be best to return the students at their parents expense.
Richard Henry Pratt answers a letter from the Commissioner of Indian Affairs regarding students from the Onondaga Nation and a disconnect regarding the status of R. H. Gardner as an Agent in New York. Pratt also encloses a letter from Julia E. Remington regarding sending home Onondaga students on vacation and their return to Carlisle as well as…