Page one had a single article on it, a memorial on Indian rights, education and homes. Page two had a continuation of the memorial and an article on Christmas. It talked about the food they ate in celebration and the decorations in the chapel. Page two also mentioned the death of Kate Ross (Wichita) at the Carlisle Barracks. Page three had the school notes, which mentioned Dr. Mears, Secretary of the Presbyterian Board of Missions visiting, and an evening of speeches, readings, and recitals on the 19th. Also on Page three is a section called “Sayings and Doings at the Barracks” which consisted of several quotes from students about daily life. Several letters to Cap’t Pratt were also published on this page, one such letter being from Paul C. Tsait Kopeta. Page Four had a continuation from page one, as well as articles titled “Indian Oratory”, which was about a speech given by Rev. John Sunday, an Indian Preacher in Hamilton, Ontario, “A Dying Nation”, about the death of the Miami nation tribe and “Country Life”, which was about the benefits of country schools.
Eadle Keatah Toh (Vol. 2, No. 6)
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