Valentine, R. G.
The first article, written by Franz Boas, discussed "Methods in Indian Woodwork." Frank C. Churchill wrote about a council of Ponca, lead by Chief White Eagle and gave an account of the speeches made at the council. Next an article, pulled from the New York Tribune, reported on the...
Commissioner of Indian Affairs Francis E. Leupp requests that the Secretary of the Interior discontinue an assistant matron position at Carlisle and replace it with a new assistant disciplinarian position with the same salary.
Acting Secretary of the Interior Jesse Wilson approves Leupp's...
A Special Agent writes to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs R. G. Valentine to inform him that he is almost done preparing a financial report on the Carlisle Indian School.
These materials include correspondence regarding the return home of Richmond Martin to New York. The documents also discuss in detail new Bureau of Indian Affairs policies related to the discontinued enrollment of pupils from New York State as well as pupils of a young age.
Acting Chief of Bureau A. M. Farrington relays Dr. B. T. Woodward's findings from his investigation, which the Secretary of the Interior ordered, of the Carlisle Indian School's cattle herd. Farrington states that in October 1908, 23/71 cows had tuberculosis compared to 20 cows in June 1907....
These materials include correspondence regarding a request to enroll Margaret Burgess at the Carlisle Indian School.
Robin L. Hamilton has been appointed as the new business teacher, but he had declined. In discussing other people to fill the position, someone from Carlisle (likely the Superintendent) states that he does not want to appoint Cloe E. Schutt to fill the position because he is looking for a man...
Carlisle Indian School Superintendent Moses Friedman requests to abolish an assistant disciplinarian and a teacher position because both of these positions are no longer necessary after the new rule that students must be at least fourteen years old. Assistant Disciplinarian Louis Felix is in the...
These materials contain correspondence regarding a request by the father of Peter Lazore to have him returned home from Carlisle.
These materials include an inquiry from the Carlisle Indian School regarding the request of two students, Bert Miller and George Day, to refund monies due to them but transferred to the school's Emergency Fund. A clarification from the Bureau of Indian Affairs, including their policy on the...
These materials include correspondence regarding a report on the record of Florence Hunter. Hunter had graduated from the Carlisle Indian School in April 1908, worked as a nurse in a private home for two months, and then was admitted as a student to the Philadelphia School of Pharmacy.
These materials contain correspondence regarding a request to return home Nelson Bartlett.
These materials contain correspondence regarding a request by Lyman Pierce to have his son Franklin Pierce returned to his home from Carlisle. The request was made for Lyman Pierce by George T. Jimerson.
These materials contain correspondence regarding a request to return Paul Kinninook to his home from Carlisle.
These materials include correspondence regarding the dropping of Albert Exendine from the rolls of the Carlisle Indian School. Exendine asked to be kept on the rolls until he completed his present term at Conway Hall. Exendine's request was accepted.
These materials contain correspondence regarding the return of George Dailey to his home in Laguna, New Mexico from Carlisle.
These materials contain correspondence regarding a request to return Lizzie Rowland to her home in Forsythe, Montana from Carlisle.
These materials include correspondence regarding a scholarship at the Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Isaac Quinn was recommended for this scholarship by Angel DeCora Dietz. Additional correspondence regarding the enrollment of David Redthunder as...
Carlisle Indian School Superintendent Moses Friedman requests to sell 60 hogs. Acting Commissioner of Indian Affairs R. G. Valentine grants permission for Friedman to advertise the sale and to sell them at auction.
This material includes correspondence between Superintendent Moses Friedman and Commisioner of Indian Affairs R. G. Valentine concerning the messenger vacancy that former student Guy Cooley left beind, as well as some unsettled financial matters pertaining to Cooley.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request from Joseph R. Brown to have his two daughters attending the Carlisle Indian School to visit him in Washington D.C.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Louis White Moon to have his two daughters enrolled at the Carlisle Indian School. White Moon's request was denied due to the age of his children and the fact that their homes were in the State of New York.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Carlisle Superintendent Moses Friedman to return Fred Tall Crane and George Dailey Jr. to their homes. The request was granted.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request to have Matilda Hancorne returned to her home in Orick, California. The request was granted by the Office of Indian Affairs.
These materials include correspondence regarding a request by Susie Wilson to have her son, George Day, returned home to the Shawnee Indian Agency. The Commissioner of Indian Affairs, R. G. Valentine, provided authority to send Day home provided Day wished to return.