Richard Henry Pratt approves the Commissioner of Indian Affairs' suggestion that General Agent for the Presbyterian Board of Missions, Sheldon Jackson, should recruit and send students from Colorado and New Mexico to the Carlisle Indian School. Pratt states that Jackson recently visited Carlisle and is familiar with what types of students the…
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Commissioner of Indian Affairs of his acceptance to attend the American Missionary Association annual meeting. He notes that it will allow him to return an exhibit on display in Boston, Massachusetts at no expense to the Government. In his absence A. J. Standing is in charge of the School.
Richard Henry Pratt reports to the Office of Indian Affairs on the service of Mariette Wood as a teacher in the Indian Service.
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 circular disseminated by the Lincoln Institute and further comments on the writer of the pamphlet.
The "Mission Study Class" member James Keating asks the Commissioner of Indian Affairs for information on "Denominational Missionary Work" and for the name of the Carlisle Indian School Superintendent. Commissioner R. G. Valentine sends Keating copies of the Commissioner's Annual Report for 1909, 1910, and 1911 and informs him that the…