Richard Henry Pratt forwards and requests approval for voucher for the travel and expenses incurred in the capture and return of two runaway pupils.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter in reference to a revision in the course of study for Indian schools. Pratt details the current course of study at the Carlisle Indian School and notes that the change in policy would require an additional two years of study. In addition, he notes that many reservation and…
Richard H. Pratt recommends that Laura A. Johnson be appointed as a seamstress at the school. Pratt forwards Johnson's application along with references from Sarah R. Parker and Laura V. Steers.
Alfred John Standing informs the Office of Indian Affairs of the death of the Carlisle Indian School Chief Clerk, Charles H. Hepburn.
Richard Henry Pratt calls to the attention of the Office of Indian Affairs errors in people's names in the confirmation of appointments of school employees.
Richard Henry Pratt requests a reply to his letter requesting a new teacher for the Number 11 room. He further states that there should be no delay in filling the position and that he would prefer a male teacher.
Richard Henry Pratt requests an answer to his letter nominating Dennison Wheelock to a position at the Carlisle Indian School.
Richard Henry Pratt requests to know if his nomination of Laura A. Johnston has been approved.
Captain Richard H. Pratt sends telegram to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs informing him that the irregular employee report for June 1892 still needs approval.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards account covering medical costs for approval in the treatment of Enos Graham while on outing.
Richard Henry Pratt notifies the Office of Indian Affairs that there must no longer be a delay in appointing a teacher for the Number 11 room. Pratt notes that appointing a temporary teacher would be detrimental.
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 have 79 students from New York which is more than he…
Lewis A. Grant, Acting Secretary of War, responds to a letter from the Department of Interior by providing a copy of the metes and bounds of the Carlisle Barracks along with a plat and the deed by which the U.S. Government acquired the land.
C. R. Dixon, the school physician, compiles the monthly sanitary report for August 1892.
Richard Henry Pratt declines the appointment of two candidates for a vacant teaching position at the Carlisle Indian School. Pratt further requests that the next steps in the process be taken.
A. W. Ferrin, U.S. Indian Agent for the New York Agency, forwards a letter from M. F. Trippe, regarding religion among the Tuscarora. Ferrin ends his note that students for Carlisle are not questioned regarding their religion but only conform to the physical and moral requirements set by Carlisle.
Captain Richard H. Pratt submits a report that lists irregular employees and includes details on their compensation, position titles, race, and the number of days worked at the school in August 1892. Pratt distinguishes between the employees, whose names appear on the first page, and the "Indian Apprentices," who are student workers, listed on…
Richard Henry Pratt comments on the examination papers of Loren E. Wolfe and requests that a qualified candidate be provided.
These materials include a descriptive statement of pupils regarding one individual, John Donald McIntosh, transferred to the Carlisle Indian School from the San Carlos Agency.
Thirteenth Annual Report of the Carlisle Indian School. Richard Henry Pratt provides information on enrollment statistics from the 1892 school year including the outing numbers and wages earned by students.
Pratt further details enrollment numbers by Nation as well as the statistics accompanying the Annual Report.
School Statistics accompanying the Annual Report for the 1892 Fiscal Year.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards a request from Julia Bent for her annuity payment in order to pay her tuition at the Cumberland Valley Normal School in Shippensburg, Pennsylvania.
Captain Richard H. Pratt submits oath of office from newly appointed fireman James Laley.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to an Office of Indian Affairs letter regarding Mark D. Evarts request to visit his brother.
Copy of telegram from Richard Henry Pratt to the Office of Indian Affairs regarding a request by Pratt to expediate the process of filling the teaching vacancy in Room Number 11.