Four financial accounts of members of the Kickapoo Nation showing deposits while at the Carlisle Indian School.
Lt. Col. Richard H. Pratt requests a supply of two dozen different articles of stationery used by the United States Indian Affairs division of the Department of the Interior for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1903.
Estimate of funds for the first quarter of 1903 amounting to $81,316.12 for support of the school and transportation of Indian supplies. Richard H. Pratt also requests additional funds amounting to $12,955.00 for regular employee pay.
Estimate of funds for the second quarter of 1903 amounting to $23,113.88 for support of the school. Richard H. Pratt also requests additional funds amounting to $12,677.50 for regular employee pay.
Correspondence regarding the enrollment of Mary, Hiram, Lewis, and Thomas Runnels at the Carlisle Indian School. Albert M. Anderson, U.S. Indian Agent for the Colville Agency, complains that the Runnels were transferred to Carlisle without his consent and as such has undermined his authority.
Richard Henry Pratt responds to a letter from the Office of Indian Affairs regarding a request by John Javine for the Office to help locate his son who had runaway. Pratt notes that since he written Javine he had since located his son.
Richard Henry Pratt declines to accept the application of Edmond Granger to re-enroll at the Carlisle Indian School.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards a letter from Isaac Seneca requesting Pratt's help in order to get transferred to the Fort Berthold School as an engineer.
These materials include a copy of the Outing Rules that were signed on March 20, 1903 by William Moon and S. Reading Bodine. Also included are nine receipts to Bodine for salary paid to Moon as well as a request from Moon for funds to make purchase.
S. L. Diven, the school physician, compiles the sanitary report for the quarter ending on December 31, 1902.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards Hospital Cook Sara Pierre's application for a 6-day leave of absence.
Estimate of funds for the third quarter of 1903 amounting to $24,287.35 for support of the school. Richard H. Pratt also requests additional funds amounting to $12,732.50 for regular employee pay.
Richard H. Pratt requests a six-month supply of two dozen different blank administrative forms used by the United States Indian Affairs division of the Department of the Interior.
Richard Henry Pratt informs Estelle Reel that the Carlisle Indian School does not have any native industries and arts programs at the school. He further goes on to strongly criticize the effort.
Richard Henry Pratt provides correspondence related to his retirement from active military service and his subsequent resignation as the Superintendent of the Carlisle Indian School.
Pratt notes in his correspondence that he believed his service as Superintendent of the Carlisle Indian School were a military duty helping and helping to…
Richard Henry Pratt forwards letters related to Ben Caswell requesting another chance in the Indian Service following his demotion from principal teacher at the Cass Lake School.
Lt. Col. Richard H. Pratt provides the Commissioner of Indian Affairs with two copies of Acting Commissioner A. C. Tonner's letter approving the report of irregular employees for December 1902.
Richard Henry Pratt requests Commissioner W. A. Jones wire the Pine Ridge agent his sanction for former Carlisle students to be made available to travel to Carlisle for commencement exercises if able.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards a request from Eugene Warren to secure a position in the Indian Service. Pratt notes that he previously provided an endorsement for Warren and recommends him for a disciplinarian or assistant disciplinarian position in the Indian School Service.
Richard H. Pratt submits a report that lists irregular employees who worked at the school during January 1903. The report includes details on compensation, position titles, race, and the number of days worked during that month.
Wrap for letter referring to report for House Resolution 1580 and amendment to provide admission of fifty Puerto Rico students to the Carlisle Indian School.
Richard Henry Pratt forwards two letters from Mary Barada requesting the seamstress position at the Winnebago Agency. Pratt provides information and a recommendation for Barada.
Richard H. Pratt recommends that former student Elnora Jamison be appointed as an assistant matron in the Indian Service. Pratt forwards Jamison's application to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs and endorses her in his cover letter.
Porter J. McCumber, North Dakota Senator, refers to correspondence and affidavits of the enrollment of Mary Ladouceur at the Carlisle Indian School against the wishes of her father and requests her to be sent home.
Program of the Carlisle Indian School Commencement for 1903. The program includes the names of the graduating class of 1903 along with a photo. Additional information includes the commencement schedule; history, purpose, and statistical information of the school; and the words of the evening song. In addition, a separate schedule for the week…