Congressional Lobbying

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Request for Permission for Emergency Trip to Washington
March 3, 1880

Richard Henry Pratt writes to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, stating that he is in Washington on an emergency trip to look after the best interests of the school. Pratt notes that the Congressional bill about the founding of the school is currently under debate, and requests permission to continue staying in Washington.

National Archives and Records Administration
Representative Olmstead Speech on Carlisle Indian School
February 6, 1908

Pennsylvania Representative Marlin Olmstead delivers this speech on the Carlisle Indian School in the House of Representative on February 6, 1908.

Speeches and Sermons
Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections