Outing rules and other items from students who were on outing with William Balderston in Darlington, Pennsylvania.
Henry W. Sprole requests the return of Martha Washington from the Carlisle Indian School in order to employ her at the Poplar Creek School.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter concerning Fannie Bird. Pratt states that Bird requested to go to the country over the summer and remain at Carlisle rather than return home.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to requests to return Helen Patterson and Ophelia King to their homes. Pratt includes comments from King's sister Louisa as well as the Patterson's mother in arguing for keeping the students at Carlisle.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to the request of Henry W. Sprole for the return of Martha Washington.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to the request of Charles G. Penney for the return of Josephine Smith in order to employ her as a teacher.
Alfred John Standing responds to the request to return Eddie Running Crane from the Carlisle Indian School.
Fifteenth Annual Report of the Carlisle Indian School for the 1893-1894 school year. Richard Henry Pratt provides an overview of the previous year focusing on both the academic and industrial training as well as the outing program. In addition, Pratt focuses on the Chicago World's Fair and...
Signed request of Joseph Saunooke to participate in the outing program at the Carlisle Indian School along with a copy of the outing rules signed by Saunooke, Richard Henry Pratt, and William Balderston. Also included is a notice to Balderston from Richard Henry Pratt that Saunooke had enough...
Correspondence regarding requests of Daniel Covert for the return of his son John Covert from the Carlisle Indian School.
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 recommends either Alfred John Standing or Laura R. Shaffner to present a paper at various conventions to W. N. Hailmann.
Richard Henry Pratt provides the Quarterly Report for the Quarter ending March 31, 1895. Pratt provides an overview of the academic classes and their progression. Also included is an account of the industrial training program and the outing program.
Richard Henry Pratt requests to have two books made in connection with the outing program.
Richard Henry Pratt replies to W. N. Hailmann regarding his correspondence with various individuals who made requests to employ Indian girls on the outing program.
Richard Henry Pratt requests authority to spend $3,500 to visit pupils on outings for the 1896 fiscal year.
Correspondence regarding a request from Apache prisoners of war for the return of their children from the Carlisle Indian School. Included in the correspondence are various recommendations for the students as well as Richard Henry Pratt's philosophy in educating the Apache students and his views...
Sixteenth Annual Report for the Carlisle Indian School covering the 1894-1895 school year. The report begins with changes in enrollment of the various Nations. Richard Henry Pratt continues with his overall philosophy of educating Indian students including speaking English, industrial training,...
Richard Henry Pratt provides Daniel M. Browning of the decisions of the Apache students at the Carlisle Indian School relative to returning to their homes or staying at Carlisle.
Richard Henry Pratt discusses the outing program at Carlisle and its successes and failures. In addition, Pratt earlier requested additional funding to double the enrollment of the Carlisle Indian School in order to place more students on outing thereby allowing students to enjoy the public...
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.
Richard Henry Pratt informs W. N. Hailmann that two teachers can attend the teaching institutes at Lawrence, St. Paul, and San Francisco. Pratt also states that Alfred John Standing can attend the Eastern Institute to present his paper on the outing program.
Alfred John Standing responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding a request to return Shield Thunder Bull to his home from the Carlisle Indian School.
Alfred John Standing requests authority to pay for the treatment of Mary Couture.
Alfred John Standing requests authority to pay for expenses incurred in the treatment of Peter Howe while Howe was on outing.