Hawk, Bertha: Student Files

Primary tabs

Displaying 1 - 4 of 4 records

Limited to records with "Hawk, Bertha". Further filter options available below.

Bertha E. Hawk (Bird Woman) Student File

Student file of Bertha E. Hawk (Bird Woman), a member of the Hidatsa Nation, who entered the school on June 26, 1904 and departed on June 21, 1909. The file contains student information cards, a medical/physical record, a progress/conduct card, correspondence, a former student response postcard, and a report after leaving indicating Hawk was a housekeeper living in Elbowoods, North Dakota in 1910.

Note: Although this file shows Gros Ventre, a member of the Fort Berthold community has indicated that this individual is actually Hidatsa.

Repository: National Archives and Records Administration

Bertha E. Hawk Student Information Card

Student information card of Bertha E. Hawk, a member of the Hidatsa Nation, who entered the school on June 26, 1904 and departed on June 21, 1909. The file indicates Hawk was married and living in Elbowoods, North Dakota in 1913.

Note: Although this card shows Gros Ventre, a member of the Fort Berthold community has indicated that this individual is actually Hidatsa.

Repository: National Archives and Records Administration

Bertha Hawk Progress Card

Progress card of Bertha Hawk, a member of the Hidatsa Nation, who entered the school on June 26, 1904.

Note: Although this card shows Gros Ventre, a member of the Fort Berthold community has indicated that this individual is actually Hidatsa.

Repository: National Archives and Records Administration

Thomas Hawk Student File

Student file of Thomas Hawk, a member of the Hidatsa Nation, who entered the school on November 5, 1915 and ultimately departed on October 3, 1917. The student did not attend the school continuously, but left and reentered. The file contains student information cards, medical/physical records, a vacation request form, a draft registration certificate, an application for enrollment, a news clipping, certificates of promotion, financial transactions, and correspondence. The file indicates that Hawk played football while at Carlisle and was a member of the U.S. Army stationed at Fort Caswell where he was a member of the Fort baseball team and band as well as a wrestler and boxer. He was further chosen as a member of the trench mortars, Battery B known as the "Suicide Brigade" or "The Hub of the Wheel" in 1917.

Note: Although this file shows Gros Ventre, a member of the Fort Berthold community has indicated that this individual is actually Hidatsa.

Repository: National Archives and Records Administration