Annuity and Allotments
Alfred John Standing forwards letter from Bennett F. Green who is on the Carlisle Indian School rolls as Benjamin F. Green requesting his share to paid out to the Shawnees be kept at the U.S. Treasury.
Richard Henry Pratt replying to an Office of Indian Affairs letter notes that various students from the Nez Perce Nation attending the Carlisle Indian School wish to have their share of the Nez Perce funds sent to them at Carlisle.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards a letter from Delos K. Lonewolf requesting that he be sent his per capita payment of grass money.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding the annuity payment for Corbett Lawyer.
Chester Smith requests his annuity money currently held by the U.S. Treasury be sent to him as he is going home during the summer of 1896.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that Nancy Seneca is a member of the Seneca Nation of New York.
Alfred John Standing writes to the Office of Indian Affairs on behalf of Baptiste Marengo regarding a payment due to him from the Flathead funds.
Charles Low Cloud and Samuel Decora (here Samuel Decorah) request help from Richard Henry Pratt in order to receive their annuity payments.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding the request of Orlando Kenworthy to have his annuity payment paid to him in order to have it earn interest at the Carlisle Indian School bank.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards letter from A. F. Caldwell, U.S. Indian Agent for the Fort Hall Agency, of students who are eligible to receive annuity payments. Pratt requests their money to be sent to Carlisle where it can be placed in their student accounts.
Cover letter for Alfred John Standing returning annuity application for Edward Rogers.
Duncan D. McArthur, Superintendent and Special Disbursing Agent, informs the Commissioner of Indian Affairs provides further information on the money owed to Richard Henry Pratt by Robert Depoe. McArthur notes that the money owed to Depoe from the Siletz General Fund cannot be guaranteed to pay...
Richard Henry Pratt requests if two leases for Sac and Fox Agency students are correct before they are signed.
Edgar A. Allen forwards a list of New York students at the Carlisle Indian School who are eligible to receive money appropriated by Congress for New York Indians.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding the annuity money due to Elizabeth Aiken and Eugene Perrier. Pratt indicates his support for allowing Aiken and Perrier to have their money at Carlisle.
Richard Henry Pratt provides the Office of Indian Affairs with a certificate of the age of Ida Mitchell.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards letter from former student Alfred Blackbird requesting Pratt's assistance in exchanging land allotted to his family by the government.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards a letter from former student Jemima Wheelock Webster requesting his assistance in selling her allotted land in order to receive some benefit from it.
Correspondence regarding the allotment of Julia Jarvis on the Colville Reservation.
J. R. Wise responds to an Office of Indian Affairs inquiry regarding the amount paid to W. C. Kohlenberg, Superintendent of the Sac and Fox school, from the estate of James Wolfe (here spelled Wolf).
Correspondence regarding the request of Murphy Tarby to whether he is eligible to receive an allotment as a member of the Yuma Nation.
J. R. Wise inquires about Kansas Award payments for Seneca Nation students.
Card indicating correspondence asking for Charles Guyon to not be required to return to the White Earth reservation to protect his additional allotments.
This document contains correspondence concerning applications for annuity from Hastings Robertson, Nellie Robertson, and Dora La Belle.
These materials include correspondence and legal documents concerning former student Esther Moose, and any entitlements she may hold right to government annuities under the treaties of 1837 and 1851.