J. M. Haworth, Inspector, details various events in the Pueblo Agency including opposition to the schooling at the agency. Haworth reports that much of the opposition is a result of the religious nature of the schooling. He also notes that parents who had sent children to Carlisle have yet to visit them despite promises made at the time they…
Comanche Chief at Pawnee Agency writes to his daughter asking her to have Richard Henry Pratt inquire about the annual money for the agency. He also writes that his daughter stayed at the Carlisle Indian School to work on outing as a seamstress, while a Gertie Wild was hired as a seamstress at the local boarding school at Pawnee Agency.
The Comptroller answers an inquiry of R. V. Belt regarding using the appropriation for the Fort Peck, Fort Belknap, and Blackfeet Agencies. Belt asks if the Agency appropriation can be used for the education of Agency students at Carlisle above the appropriation for the Carlisle Indian School.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards letter requesting his assistance in having Quanah Parker and Lone Wolf come to Washington D. C. to discuss a proposed treaty before Congress.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards an account of J. J. Methvin accusing James Mooney of the Smithsonian Institution of undue influences amongst various Nations.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards a letter from former student Florence Wills (here Florence Wells) regarding the situation of the Warm Springs Agency.
The Commissioner forwards a letter from former student Edith Bartlett in which she requests a new U.S. Indian Agent for the Fort Hall Agency based on her observations over the summer. William A. Mercer was asked how much credence should be placed on her request, and he responds by providing information related to her time at Carlisle.