Richard Henry Pratt follows up on his telegraph informing the Office of Indian Affairs of his retirement from active service with the War Department and therefore resigns as superintendent of the Carlisle Indian School. Pratt suggests Assistant Superintendent Edgar A. Allen be given temporarily responsibilities.
Richard Henry Pratt notifies the Office of Indian Affairs of his retirement from active service and resigns position as Superintendent of the Carlisle Indian School.
Milton Addison Embick forwards an editorial arguing against the treatment of Richard Henry Pratt by the War Department and urges W. A. Jones to not accept his resignation.
Rev. Robert A. MacFadden writes on behalf of New England Indian friends to urge the withdrawal of Richard Henry Pratt's resignation.
Colorado Senator Henry M. Teller urges the retention of Richard Henry Pratt as Superintendent of the Carlisle Indian School.
Charles C. McCabe, Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, writes that he hopes Richard Henry Pratt can continue in his work at the Carlisle Indian School.
F. W. Browntree writes the Office of Indian Affairs regarding the resignation of Richard Henry Pratt from the Carlisle Indian School.