Student file of Emily B. Ross, a member of the Osage Nation, who entered the school on June 9, 1882 and ultimately departed on August 17, 1885. The student did not attend the school continuously, but left and reentered. The file contains student information cards and a report after leaving indicating she was living in Pawhuska, Oklahoma in 1910…
Student information card of Emily B. Ross, a member of the Osage Nation, who entered the school on June 9, 1882 and departed on August 17, 1885.
Studio portrait of Emily Ross and Ella Ross, both wearing white pinafores over dark dresses.
Studio portrait of Emily Ross and Ella Ross both wearing white pinafores over dark dresses.
Studio portrait of Emily Ross and Ella Ross, both wearing school uniforms.
Studio portrait of Emily Ross and Cecilia Londrosh, both wearing white pinafore aprons over school uniforms.
Complying with Indian Office orders, Richard Henry Pratt provides a list of students brought to the Carlisle Indian School by Special Agent E. B. Townsend for the fall of 1882. Students were from the Osage, Kaw, and Nez Perce Nations.
L. J. Miles, U.S. Indian Agent for the Osage Agency inquires about returning Osage students who were set to be transferred to Juniata College and replaced with full blood students. Miles indicates that it would be possible to pay for the expense out of the Osage Fund. Richard Henry Pratt endorses this view but notes that the matter is currently…
P. H. Bridenbaugh, Superintendent of the Martinsburg Indian Training School, writes regarding the transfer of the Osage students from Carlisle. Bridenbaugh writes that he is not in complete agreement with Richard Henry Pratt regarding the disposition of certain students and that he would not mind being inspected by the Bureau but believes Pratt…