W. H. Winslow, Superintendent of the Fort Shaw Indian School, responds to an Office of Indian School letter regarding Robert Hamilton's request to transfer students from Fort Shaw to Carlisle.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards a letter from H. B. Peairs, Acting Superintendent of the Haskell Institute, informing him that Sarah Whitedeer no longer consents to the transfer to Carlisle. Pratt requests that W. N. Hailmann order the transfer anyway due to prior instances of Haskell ordering...
Alfred John Standing returns to W. N. Hailmann lists of pupils recommended for transfer from the Klamath Agency.
Richard Henry Pratt returns report of children recommended for transfer from the No. 17 Day School at the Pine Ridge Agency to the Carlisle Indian School.
Leslie Watson reports to W. N. Hailmann that five boys and two girls from the Menominee Boarding School have been sent to the Carlisle Indian School.
Alfred John Standing responds to a request for Julia Hand to return to her home over the summer and return during for the Fall.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding a request by Frank Williams to be transferred to the Mt. Pleasant Indian School.
Thomas W. Potter, Superintendent of the Chemawa Indian School, praises the actions taken against Richard Henry Pratt and containing the publications from the Carlisle Indian School.
These materials include a descriptive statement of pupils for two individuals, George Welch and Abbie Doxtator, sent to the Carlisle Indian School from the Wittenberg Indian Industrial School in Wittenberg, Wisconsin. These individuals were likely transferred to Carlisle after attending...
Richard Henry Pratt proposes having Dennison Wheelock sent to Western Schools to recruit band members for the Paris Exposition.
Joseph C. Hart, Superintendent of the Cherokee Training School, informs the Office of Indian School that 17 students have departed for the Carlisle Indian School.
Eugene Mead, Superintendent of the Carson Indian School, informs the Office of Indian Affairs that Dennison Wheelock has selected ten members of the school's band to transfer to the Carlisle Indian School in order to participate in the Paris Exposition.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards correspondence regarding the transfer of Fred Smith from the Lincoln Institute to the Carlisle Indian School. Pratt also includes a statement that he believes the Lincoln Institute should be ended.
William Hugg writes to W. A. Jones of a letter from Richard Henry Pratt regarding the discharge and transfer of Abraham Smith.
Alfred John Standing requests the Office of Indian Affairs send the official discharge papers for Abram Smith at the Lincoln Institute in order to complete his transfer to Carlisle.
Alfred John Standing informs the Office of Indian Affairs that the transfer of Abraham Smith from the Lincoln Institute has been accomplished.
William Hugg informs the Office of Indian Affairs that he will comply with the order to transfer seven students to the Carlisle Indian School. He requests that three of the students remain in order to participate in an exhibition due to their being in the School Band.
William M. Hugg, Superintendent of the Lincoln Institute, provides letters from four students who were to be transferred to Carlisle expressing their desire to remain at Lincoln.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs regarding a proposal of Superintendent of the Lincoln Institute to transfer four students to Carlisle.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that he has written to Acting Agent Woodson that he is ready to place transportation for pupils at the Mennonite Mission at Cantonment to have them transferred to Carlisle.
Richard Henry Pratt requests that the Office of Indian Affairs issue an order to the Lincoln Institute directing the transfer of all students whose terms have not expired to the Carlisle Indian School.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to the request to return Seldon Kirk to his home before he is transferred to a school in Phoenix, Arizona. Also included is the correspondence regarding the request of Rev. Jesse Kirk for the transfer.
Richard Henry Pratt replies to an Office of Indian Affairs Circular No. 54 regarding transferring pupils to non-reservation schools. Pratt also encloses a letter from Edgar A. Allen on the same subject.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards a letter from Charles E. Shell, Superintendent of the Greenville School, regarding Pratt's pending enrollment of a student from that area.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards a letter from Joseph C. Hart, Superintendent of the Oneida Indian School, regarding three former Carlisle students who desire to enroll at Flandreau.