Richard Henry Pratt provides a response to the report of Inspector Junkin regarding former Carlisle students at the San Carlos Agency.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to the Office of Indian Affairs regarding the request of Joseph Scanadore for the return of his son Jemison Scanadore. Pratt provides Jemison's history at the Carlisle Indian School since his transfer from Martinsburg and ends by noting that he ran away from the...
Joseph Scanadore requests the Office of Indian Affairs instruct Richard Henry Pratt to remit him the remaining money held in his son Jemison's account at the Carlisle Indian School.
Festus Pelone requests permission from Thomas J. Morgan to be returned to his home during the winter. Pelone writes that he has no money in the bank due to being unfairly punished by Richard Henry Pratt for leaving his outing.
Richard Henry Pratt provides a report responding to questions from the Office of Indian Affairs on the needs of the Carlisle Indian School. Included are discussions on the need for more land, additional educational needs, and industrial training including the limitations of the industrial...
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding a request to be returned home by Festus Pelone. Pratt includes a copy of Pelone's record while at Carlisle and notes that his punishment of being on no pay is deserved and that his record means that Pratt would be...
Richard Henry Pratt follows up on a conversation with Thomas J. Morgan in regards to placing students who commit crimes while attending the Carlisle Indian School at the Huntingdon Reformatory. Pratt writes that he has discussed the matter with Pennsylvania Governor Robert E. Pattison and that...
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that he has sent a student in consultation with a local judge to the Huntingdon Reformatory.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that Abner St. Cyr, who was sent to the Pennsylvania State Reformatory, is a from the Omaha and Winnebago Agency.
Adela Rankin writes to Theodore Roosevelt (serving on the Civil Service Commission at that time) in regards to claims of abuse of students at the Carlisle Indian School. As a result of her attempting to bring these claims to light, she was dismissed by Pratt from her temporary position teaching...
Mary M. Kennedy provides Thomas J. Morgan two letters regarding claims made by students at Carlisle regarding their punishment over complaints that they are not receiving enough food to eat. She further states that Richard Henry Pratt punishes students when he hears they have written home...
Richard Henry Pratt responds to letters from Mary E. Smith regarding her son Sibbald Smith. Pratt provides Sibbald's history as a student at Carlisle and provides recommendations to keep him at the school for some time.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards two letters from the family of Sibbald Smith. Pratt notes that an Office insistence that Smith will receive a proper punishment and deny the request for his return will be accepted by his family.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to the request to transfer Lettie Connolly to the Lincoln Institute.
Richard Henry Pratt outlines the disciplinary history of Lewis Williams (also known as Lewis Daniel Williams) while at the Carlisle Indian School and what led him to withdraw his assistance from allowing Williams to attend the Preparatory Department of Dickinson College and to provide him a...
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding the request of former student Jacob Cobmoosa to have his belongings shipped to him.
Richard H. Pratt submits this Monthly School Report for September 1895.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding a request by William Archiquette to receive the money he had on deposit at the Carlisle Indian School.
James D. Flannery requests the assistance of Daniel M. Browning due to his health and lack of finances in dealing with Richard Henry Pratt.
Richard Henry Pratt provides the context of his actions to the Office of Indian Affairs regarding his request to the Pittsburgh Police Department treat two runaway students as vagrants.
Richard Henry Pratt replies to a letter regarding Robert Bonga and his actions at various schools. Pratt provides his recommendations in cases like Bonga's and notes that he ran away from Carlisle shortly after arriving.
Richard Henry Pratt replies to the Office of Indian Affairs regarding the request of Sara S. Hill for the return of her son Walter Hill.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to a request from Amos Long Wolf to return home.
A. O. Wright, Supervisor of Indian Schools, provides a report on the Carlisle Indian School focusing on the Outing School. Wright provides details of the school as he found it as well as provides recommendations for improvement.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to the request to return Lily Felix.