Richard Henry Pratt seeks authority to send James, a member of the Sioux Nation, back to his home.
Richard Henry Pratt submits a voucher for travel expenses incurred while returning Dana Long Wolf and Charles Redmore. Pratt includes the context of what led Redmore and Long Wolf to run away from the school and the discipline meted out to Redmore. He ends by proposing the government develop a reformatory where students can be sent to prevent…
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 disciplinary record while at Carlisle and notes that his punishment of being on "no pay" is deserved. Because of the pattern of bad behavior, Pratt is willing to send Pelone home but…
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 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 responds to a request from Amos Long Wolf to return home.
William A. Mercer requests approval of the dismissal of Joseph Colonhaski following his trial for theft by fellow students.
August Kensler requests certain items be excluded from the list of articles to be condemned and rather be dropped. William A. Mercer forwards the request to the Office of Indian Affairs with the recommendation that it be given favorable consideration.
William A. Mercer lays out his case for requesting safety deposit boxes in student dormitories.
William A. Mercer reports the dismissal of Wallace Tyndall and requests approval of his action.
These materials contain correspondence regarding the circumstances surrounding the return home of Newton Robinson to the Omaha Reservation.