The handwritten note on the reverse side reads: Carlisle Indian School Football Team 1896.
Although this photo is not captioned, John Steckbeck in Fabulous Redmen (1951) lists the 1896 team as: Frank Cayou, Harrison, Frank Hudson, Jacob Jamison, Delos Lonewolf,...
Group portrait of sixteen male students from the 1895 football team.
In his 1951 book, Fabulous Redmen, John Steckbeck identifies the sitters as: top row (l to r), Lone Wolf, McFarland, Smith, H. Pierce, and Nori; middle row (l to r), Redwater, Cayou, Metoxen, B. Pierce, Seneca...
Group portrait of the football team, posed with a football labeled '98 and a dog.
The Cumberland County Historical Society has the sitters identified as: back row (l to r): Artie Miller, Jonas Metoxen, Bemus Pierce, Edward Rogers, and Frank Hudson; middle row (l to r) Chauncey...
Student file of Isaac Seneca, a member of the Seneca Nation, who entered the school on September 16, 1892 and ultimately graduated in 1900, departing on March 20, 1900. The student did not attend the school continuously, but left and reentered. The file contains student information cards, a...
Student information card of Isaac Seneca, a member of the Seneca Nation, who entered the school on September 16, 1892 and departed on March 20, 1900. The file indicates Seneca had graduated in 1900, studied blacksmithing, married Rose Frass, and was living in Chilocco, Oklahoma in 1913.
Studio portrait of Isaac Seneca.
Student information card of Nancy Seneca, a member of the Seneca Nation, who entered the school on October 10, 1892, graduated in 1897, and departed on May 25, 1900. The file indicates Seneca had studied nursing and was living in Rapid City, South Dakota in 1913 and Pawnee, Oklahoma in 1914.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards the request of H. W. Wilson to transfer Isaac Seneca to fill the position of engineer at the Fort Bertold School.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards a letter from Isaac Seneca requesting Pratt's help in order to get transferred to the Fort Berthold School as an engineer.