Enrollment Statistics and Policies
Edgar A. Allen responds to the circular letter of the Office of Indian Affairs by providing the blood quantum of students from reservations and those not from the reservation.
Edgar A. Allen responds to an Office of Indian Affairs circular by answering various questions. In particular he focuses on the industrial training of the school, the outing system, and provides details on the transportation costs incurred in bringing students to Carlisle.
School statistics accompanying the Annual Report for the 1902 fiscal year.
Richard Henry Pratt provides an overview of the 1902 fiscal year and provides an estimate for the 1904 fiscal year appropriation to the Office of Indian Affairs. Pratt focuses on the water and sewer plant at the Carlisle Indian School.
Edgar A. Allen informs the Office of Indian Affairs of the average attendance for the quarter ending September 30, 1902 was 874.3 and the remaining number of students at Carlisle was 882.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards the trial balance of the funds held by the Carlisle Indian School students to W. A. Jones. Pratt also informs Jones of the enrollment numbers at Carlisle and incoming parties of students.
Richard Henry Pratt provides a history of Alaskan students at the Carlisle Indian School and notes that their education has been accomplished through the use of extra funds.
Also included is a newspaper clipping from the North American concerning a libel case against the author...
Richard Henry Pratt forwards his reply to G. L. Scott, Acting Indian Agent at the Leech Lake Agency, regarding Scott's request that he enroll a student who has previously runaway from two prior schools.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to Office of Indian Affairs circular #92 by providing various information related to the cost of bringing and returning students to and from Carlisle.
Richard H. Pratt submits his request for positions and salaries for the upcoming fiscal year, compared agains the list of position for the current year. The list includes position titles, the number of employees for each position title, and salary. Pratt requests $52,050 for employee salaries in...
S. L. Diven provides a report in compliance with Office of Indian Affairs circular #99. Diven details his connection with the Carlisle Indian School and the most common ailments he has had to treat including consumption and other respiratory diseases. Diven also makes recommendations on the...
Edgar A. Allen provides an overview of the Carlisle Indian School during the 1903 fiscal year and makes a request for the 1905 fiscal year. Allen focuses on the enrollment for the previous year and discusses the school physical plant.
Richard Henry Pratt requests an increase in the salary of Howard Gansworth to oversee the boys outing program and for the librarian Edith McHarg Steele, and a salary for a special outing agent for the girls.
Richard Henry Pratt provides a report on former students of the Carlisle Indian School to Estelle Reel.
William A. Mercer provides a report to the Office of Indian Affairs on the state of the Carlisle Indian School during the previous fiscal year. Mercer focuses on the physical plant of the school including the sewage and electric plants and proposes building additional rooms to split the small...
William A. Mercer forwards report of the Carlisle Indian School physician on the health of the student body focusing on tuberculosis. The report provides several recommendations that Mercer says he has adopted to prevent the spread of tuberculosis.
William A. Mercer provides an estimate for the 1907 fiscal year in addition to providing an overview of the physical plant and the need for various buildings.
J. R. Wise informs the Office of Indian Affairs of the reason for the delay in forwarding the attendance report of the school for the quarter ending September 30, 1905.
William A. Mercer provides an overview of the physical plant of the Carlisle Indian School for the 1906 fiscal year and provides an estimate for the 1908 fiscal year. Mercer further makes suggestions on ways to improve the physical plant.
William Mercer submits the Monthly School Report of the Carlisle Indian School for December 1906.
Monthly report of the Carlisle Indian School for the month of January 1907.
William Mercer submits the Monthly School Report of the Carlisle Indian School for February 1907.
William Mercer submits the Monthly School Report of the Carlisle Indian School for March 1907.
J. R. Wise provides a report on the religious exercises at the Carlisle Indian School. Also included is sheet music for Grace Before Meals which were written for the School.
William A. Mercer requests authority to use the regular quarterly school report blank rather than the large blank printed at the Carlisle Indian School.