Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that he will be sending Alfred John Standing to escort students from the Nez Perce Agency to Carlisle. He notes that Standing will be instructed to reject any students who are not in good health and advanced.
Recommendation from Inspector Gardner that U.S. Indian Agent Robbins escort students to the Carlisle Indian School.
W. D. Robbins, U.S. Indian Agent, asks permission to escort children to the Carlisle Indian School as no employee is available.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs regarding the travel expenses of Reverend J. J. Emmegahbou and Reverend Charles Wright. Pratt notes that he furnished a return ticket for Emmegahbou from Carlisle to White Earth and incidental expenses but did not pay for the expenses...
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding a letter from Mary E. Raymond about bringing a group of students from the Pine Ridge Agency. Pratt notes that Carlisle can accept the students and that he will arrange the transportation.
Superintendent McConville of the Fort Lapwai School informs the Office of Indian Affairs that five boys and three girls will see their parents on July 4, 1891. And that the children should start at once for the Carlisle Indian School.
Charles S. Kelsey, U.S. Indian Agent for the Green Bay Agency, informs the Office of Indian Affairs that eight students have departed the Agency for the Carlisle Indian School.
William S. Hubbell writes Senator Henry L. Dawes and requests that the number of New York students at the Carlisle Indian School be increased to 50 students.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter that they have been informed unofficially that in transporting students to and from Carlisle he does not invite competition from different railroads. Pratt requests to be furnished with the complaint in full, to know the parties...
Richard Henry Pratt responds to a telegram from Thomas J. Morgan regarding his request that Carlisle take 75 Seneca students. Pratt notes that with the present enrollment plus those he has already accepted would put his enrollment at 782 with others to come. In addition, Carlisle will already...
Cover letter for three enclosures sent by Lewis Johnson, Acting U.S. Indian Agent for the San Carlos Agency, to the Office of Indian Affairs. The enclosures provide names of the children returned to the Agency, a copy of the descriptive statement of two students sent to the Bowie Station en...
Richard Henry Pratt requests assistance from W. N. Hailmann to arrange with the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to have William P. Campbell bring a group of children to the Carlisle Indian School.
Richard Henry Pratt replies to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding his application to spend an additional $3000 on transportation.
Sadie M. Johnson informs W. N. Hailmann that she is going to escort a group of children to the Carlisle Indian School.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards a coupon for Elijah Brown to travel between Council Bluffs, Iowa and Cascade Looks, Oregon.
Captain Richard H. Pratt forwards the approval letter for March 1897 irregular employees report to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs. Pratt also submits a statement showing the ages of students whose transportation was paid for during the third quarter of 1897.
Note: The actual approval...
Richard Henry Pratt forwards two coupons covering two half tickets for travel of Sara K. Smith and Addie R. George to the Carlisle Indian School from different points.
Richard Henry Pratt requests authority to spend money in the transportation of students to and from Carlisle during the 1898 fiscal year.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards government request for transportation on account of the Carlisle Indian School in favor of Hosea Locke from Blackfoot, Idaho to Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Richard Henry Pratt provides the Office of Indian Affairs with a list of students transported under Government request #2226.
Richard Henry Pratt provides a breakdown of the cost per capita of transporting students from West of the Mississippi River to the Office of Indian Affairs.
Richard Henry Pratt informs the Office of Indian Affairs that the Carlisle Indian School had 108 departures and 195 arrivals during the 1897 fiscal year.
Alfred John Standing informs the Office of Indian Affairs that Quanah Parker's daughters will be arriving in Washington D.C. on March 18, 1898.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards correspondence regarding a sub-voucher of Augusta C. Stouch who brought a party of students to the Carlisle Indian School from the Crow Agency as an escort.
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.