Student information card of George Walker, a member of the Sioux Nation, who entered the school on November 6, 1879 and departed on April 24, 1883.
Student file of Julia Ashquab, a member of the Chippewa Nation, who entered the school on October 1, 1896, and departed on November 16, 1896. The file contains student information cards, a returned student survey, and a report after leaving indicating Ashquab was a housewife living in Rosebud, Michigan in 1911.
The first page had a letter from an unnamed student to his Uncle explaining that the world is round and moves at 1041 miles per hour. Harry Raven (Arapahoe) also discussed in a speech how the Government will not always care for the Indians and differences between whites and Native Americans. On page two Charles Kihega (Iowa) questioned if the…
Portrait of George Walker, John Renville, Edward Upright, Nancy Renville, and Justine La Framboise posed on the bandstand on the school grounds.
Request to return George Walker, a member of the Sioux Nation, who remained at the Carlisle Indian School at the behest of the Sisseton Agency Indian Agent in order to further learn the harness making trade. Pratt recommends returning Walker to his home due to the Agent visiting Carlisle.
Frank Ensminger writes the Bureau of Indian Affairs regarding a civil dispute between him and Richard Henry Pratt over payment for training George Walker in harness making. Pratt claims that he was only to pay Ensminger if Walker was not a good worker and he never heard a complaint from him and so therefore refused to pay.