Students Returning Home
Due to the composition of the returning delegation of Pine Ridge and Rosebud Sioux students, Richard Henry Pratt, requests that A. C. Fletcher accompany the delegation back to their homes. Fletcher would then be able to bring back the Omaha students she was already set to accompany back to the...
Report on the Northern Arapaho students enrolled at Carlisle. Carlisle School physician O. G. Given provides a report on the health of some of the remaining Northern Arapaho students at Carlisle and recommends returning to their homes four boys. Richard Henry Pratt endorses this recommendation...
Richard Henry Pratt provides a list of students to be returned to their homes at the end of their enrollment terms. Pratt notes that many of these students have expressed a desire to remain and notes that Agents should attempt to secure permission from their parents for their children to remain...
Richard Henry Pratt follows up on his earlier letter emphasizing his request to return Manuelito Chou as soon as possible due to his poor health.
Richard Henry Pratt requests authority to return and pay expenses for Manuelito Chou, Francisco, Eva Rufina, and Edward Myers to be returned to their homes due to their health. In addition, Pratt requests authority to return John Bull to be returned to his home due to the expiration of his term...
Richard Henry Pratt requests permission to send 43 pupils to their homes following the expiration of their three year term of enrollment. Pratt notes that the number of students might decrease when he meets with the parents during a visit to the various agencies in order to convince them to keep...
Richard Henry Pratt requests authority to pay for the expenses of all students whose terms of enrollment expire and ill health during the remainder of the 1883 fiscal year.
Richard Henry Pratt requests authority to return to their homes an additional 20 students above the appropriation provided by the Bureau of Indian Affairs on October 1, 1884.
Richard Henry Pratt requests permission to return 48 students of the Carlisle Indian School. Pratt notes that of those being returned 23 students are being sent home due to the expiration of their terms and 25 for various reasons. In addition, he requests permission to bring to Carlisle 70...
Richard Henry Pratt requests to allow Amos Lone Hill to purchase a spring wagon he made himself at the Carlisle Indian School at a discount along with a commendation from the Office of Indian Affairs as an incentive.
Richard Henry Pratt calls attention to pending requests for authorities requested on June 13, 1885.
Alfred John Standing requests authority to arrange transportation for two students to Caldwell, Kansas.
Authority sought by Richard Henry Pratt to cover expenses in returning Joseph Roubidoux to his home due to his mother's failing health.
Richard Henry Pratt provides the Office of Indian Affairs with a list of students whose terms of enrollment are set to expire or for other reasons and requests authority to return them to their homes.
Reply to Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding the ages of outgoing pupils.
Richard Henry Pratt requests transportation to send Joseph Hamilton, a member of the Omaha Nation, from Carlisle to Bancroft, Nebraska.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards transportation requests covering students and employees over the Union Pacific and the Sioux City & Pacific railroads which were disallowed to the Secretary of the Interior.
Richard Henry Pratt requests authority to pay for the transportation of Harriet Mary, a member of the Nez Perce Nation, whose term of enrollment has expired and whose mother is requesting her return home. Pratt notes that the Nez Perce Agent Charles E. Montieth recommends the new Agent for the...
Richard Henry Pratt writes that it will be difficult to send Harriet Mary Elder (here Harriet Mary Boston) to the Agency he will see gets to the Agency.
Richard Henry Pratt seeks an answer to his request for transportation for Tom Torlino to travel back to his home.
Richard Henry Pratt seeks authority in his return of Lena Black Bear and Minnie Yellow Bear. In addition he notes that he has delayed sending Thomas Kester home due to his coming down with a case of the mumps.
Richard Henry Pratt provides an explanatory letter for the descriptive list of pupils forwarded to Caldwell, Kansas in March 1887 in addition to one pupil sent to Dakota City, Nebraska and one sent to Arkansas City.
Richard Henry Pratt provides an explanatory letter for the descriptive list of pupils forwarded to sent to Arkansas City in March 1887.
Richard Henry Pratt provides the Office of Indian Affairs with a list of 80 students to return to their homes due to expiration of their terms and sickness. Pratt also details the travel arrangements for travel to the various agencies and locations. He also notes that 68 pupils whose terms have...
Richard Henry Pratt requests that when transportation is furnished for students returning home have Gettysburg Junction be made the starting point rather than Carlisle.