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Albert Keith Smiley (1828-1912) was born in Vassalboro, Maine, the son of Quakers Daniel Smiley and Phebe Howland Smiley. He graduated from Haverford College in 1848 and was an instructor at the college for 5 years. In 1857, Smiley married Eliza Cornell. From 1853 to 1860 he served as the principal at Oak Grove Seminary [Vassalboro, Maine]; from 1860-1879, he was teacher, later principal at Friends School in Providence, Rhode Island. In 1879, Smiley was appointed to the Board of Indian Commissioners by President Hayes. Smiley was one of the organizers of a series of conferences at Lake Mohonk in New York to discuss Native Americans, African Americans, and peace issues which were held from 1885 to 1930.

Biographical information from the Dictionary of Quaker Biography, biographical sketches in typescript, Special Collections, Haverford College Library.

This collection is arranged under three headings: Lake Mohonk Conferences, Papers of Daniel Smiley, and Miscellaneous. Under each of these headings, the arrangement is chronological, by year, and alphabetical under each year. The table of contents of the Lake Mohonk Conferences has been made more than usually detailed, in an effort to help the researcher screen the material. In general, where anything of importance is said on a special topic, a parenthetical note is given. If an entry has no note, or is simply marked. [To and from], this indicates that the writer was probably invited to attend and perhaps represents a certain category of people (as, for instance, the Government superintendents of Native American reservations, many of whom were invited each year, but comparatively few of whom were able to attend.)

Papers consist of correspondence, printed documents, clippings, maps, and photographs and include the archives of the Lake Mohonk Indian Conferences for the "uplifting" of Native American, African-American, Hawaiian, Filipino, and Puerto Rican peoples, sponsored by Albert Keith Smiley and Daniel Smiley from 1883 to 1929. In 1983, the centennial of the first Indian Conference was celebrated at Lake Mohonk and memorabilia from that event is included in the collection; also, private archives of Daniel Smiley, as a member of the U.S. Board of Indian Commissioners, 1912-1930; also, a small group of miscellaneous family items. In addition to extensive material in both sets of archives on Indians all over the United States, Daniel Smiley's papers contain a special file (ca. 142 items) on indigenous nations in New York State. Correspondents include representative Native Americans, Filipinos, Hawaiians, and Puerto Ricans and leading American clergymen, missionaries, ethnologists, educators, editors, doctors, military men, and Government officials of the period. A few of the outstanding ones are the following:

Native Americans: Reverend Henry Roe Cloud (Ho-Chunk), Dr. Charles Eastman (also known as Ohiyesa; Santee Sioux), Dr. Carlos Montezuma (also known as Wassaja; Yavapai-Apache), Francis La Flesche (Omaha): Filipinos: Manuel Quezon, Benito Legarda; Hawaiians: Prince Jonah Kalanianaole, Gov. Sanford B. Dole: Puerto Ricans: Martin Travieso, Tulio Larrinaga; American clergymen: Dr. Samuel A. Eliot, Rev. S. Parkes Cadman; American missionaries: Reverend Walter C. Roe and Mrs. Mary W. Roe, Rt. Rev. Charles Henry Brent; Ethnologists: James M. Mooney, Alice C. Fletcher, of the Smithsonian Institution; Educators: Dr. Elmer Ellsworth Brown, Dr. Charles W. Eliot: Editors: Reverend Lyman Abbott, Hamilton Wright Mabie: Doctors: Bailey K. Ashford, Victor G. Heiser, Luther H. Gulick: Military: Gens. Hugh Lenox Scott, Arthur MacArthur, George W. Davis, John J. Pershing: Admiral George Dewey: Government Officials: Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft. Woodrow Wilson, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Alfred E. Smith.

The creation of the electronic guide for this collection was made possible through generous funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, administered through the Council on Library and Information Resources' "Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives" Project.

Finding aid entered into the Archivists' Toolkit by Garrett Boos.

Albert K. Smiley's Haverford College senior thesis written in 1906 entitled "The Value of Color in Animals" is available in the Haverford College archives.

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Haverford College Special Collections
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2010.10.13
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The creation of the electronic guide for this collection was made possible through generous funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, administered through the Council on Library and Information Resources' "Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives" Project. Finding aid entered into the Archivists' Toolkit by Garrett Boos.
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Index Rerum, book containing names and addresses of all invited to Indian Conference. Laid in: manuscript notes on Friday evening Conference session; also doubtful list for 1892, 1888 September 28.
List of names to whom Indian Conference Reports were sent. Commencing 1890 [sic], 0889-1892.
Negro Conference. List of invitations, 1890-1891.
Letters of acceptance or declination in response to invitation to attend the Lake Mohonk Conference on the Indian:, 1885.
General note
    Missing Title
  1. Garrett, Philip C., member, U.S. Board of Indian Commissioners
  2. Pulitzer, Joseph, Editor, The World
  3. Oberly, Jonathan H., Superintendent of Indian Schools
Negro Conferences. List of names to whom Negro Conference reports sent.
1891 Negro Conference. Letter book containing copies of letters of invitation and letters sent out with reports, 1891.
1. Letter book containing copies of letters of invitation and letters sent out with conference reports, 1889 November 1-1891 April 4.
2. Key to letter book, with names of letter recipients. Typed.
3. Holograph list of people to whom Negro Conference Reports sent, 1890 August.
4. Subscription list for reports of the Second Mohonk Conference on the Negro Question, 1891.
5. Article: "Does the Higher Education Befit the Negro?" by H.S. DeForest. Talladega College, undated.
6. Letters in reply to invitations or conference reports, 1889, 1890, 1891.
7. Newspaper clippings of Negro Conference. Wrapped & standing, 1890, 1891.
1. Account. Thirteenth Mohonk Indian Conference. Prepared by Frank Wood, treasurer, 1895.
2. Subscription list for reports of the Thirteenth Mohonk Indian Conference. 2 items, 1895.
3. List of members expected at the Thirteenth Annual Mohonk Indian Conference, 1895 October 9-11.
4. Platform of the Thirteenth Annual Mohonk Indian Conference.
5. Typed document by Herbert Walsh and Francis E. Leupp of the Indian Rights Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [deals with Senate chairmanship of the Committee on Indian Affairs], 1895 November 11.
6. Holograph report directed to the United States Board of Indian Commissioners, [concerns bill pending before the Senate to remove Walker River Paiute Tribe to Pyramid Lake Reservation, irrigation of lands by construction of a 45-mile ditch, and other related matters], 1895.
7. Letters of acceptance or declination in response to invitation to attend the Lake Mohonk Conference on the Indian:, 1895.
General note
    Missing Title
  1. Roosevelt, Theodore, President of the Police Department, New York
  2. Sharpless, Isaac, President of Haverford College
8. Miscellaneous: Letters, 1886-1897.
General note
    Missing Title
  1. Jackson, Sheldon, Washington, D.C., [declines because will be establishing schools among Alaska Natives in the Arctic] w. Cross, James, Rosebud Agency, South Dakota, September 28, 1891 [refers to disturbances of the Dakota Nations] 1890 April 4
9. Miscellaneous.
General note
    Missing Title
  1. Account. Twelfth Mohonk Indian Conference. Prepared by Frank Wood, treasurer, 1894
  2. Subscription list for reports of the Twelfth Mohonk Indian Conference, 1894
  3. Notebook, kept by [Mrs. Daniel Smiley (Effie Florence Newell)] listing people expected at Mohonk Indian Conference of 1893
1. Miscellaneous letters [primarily replies to invitations and suggestions of names of people who might profitably be invited to the Conference], 1895.
2. Letters of declination in response to invitation to attend the Lake Mohonk Conference on the Indian, 1896.
General note
    Missing Title
  1. Armstrong, Frank C., Greenbrier White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia [Native Americans should be protected; government should provide work for them and pay them; regulations should be flexible; Indian agents should be chosen on a non-political basis], 1895 August 29
  2. Fletcher, Alice. Washington, D.C. [Native Americans "need help to maintain self-respect"], 1896 October 10
1. Letters of declination in response to invitation to attend Lake Mohonk Conference on the Indian, 1896.
General note
    Missing Title
  1. Roosevelt, Theodore, President of the Police Department, New York
  2. Thomas, M. Carey, President of Bryn Mawr College
  3. Woodson, A.E., Darlington, OK [re practice of rewarding Native Americans "showing a willingness to live on their allotment by gratuitous government issue," and punishing those who are not by withholding same; names practices that have been outlawed], 1896 October 27
  4. Worden, Ella, Santee Agency, Nebraska [improved relations between Santee Sioux and Crow Nations], 1896 September 22
2. Account. Fourteenth Mohonk Conference on the Indians, prepared by Frank Wood, treasurer.
3. Report of members of the Fourteenth Mohonk Conference on the Indian, including 10 recommendations.
4. Miscellaneous letters [primarily replies to invitations and suggestions of names of people who might profitably be invited to the Conference], 1896.
General note
    Missing Title
  1. Aldrich, Nelson, U.S. Senator
  2. Barrows, Isabel, Notes. Taken at Fourteenth Mohonk Conference on the Indian. 24 pages
  3. Clawson, Reverend W.W., Hogansburg, New York [agrees with Capt. Pratt that Native Americans "should become self-sufficient"; Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe and citizenship], 1896 October 31
  4. Folsom, Cora M. Hampton [funds needed for continued education of [Hampton] graduates and examples of need cited], 1896 October 23
5. Wood, Frank. Boston [enclosed with his letter is address by Charles A. Meserve, President of Shaw University, "The Indian Territory," on his investigation into affairs among the "Five Civilized Tribes", July-August, 1896], 1896 December 31.
1. Arbuckle, John, coffee merchant. 1 item, 1896 September 22.
2. Barrows, (Katharine) Isabel (Hayes) Chapin, secretary and editor, Lake Mohonk Conference. 2 items, 1896 September.
3. Crannell, Elizabeth S. 1 item, Albany, New York, 1896 September 21.
4. Creegan, Charles Cole. [Later President, Fargo (North Dakota) College] 1 item, New York, New York, 1896 October 5.
5. Dawes, ex-U.S. Senator Henry Laurens, of Massachusetts [Also Mrs. Electa Allen Sanderson Dawes and Miss Anna L. Dawes] 3 items, Pittsfield, Massachusetts, 1896 August 31-October 20.
6. Dreher, Julius D., president, Roanoke College. 1 item, Salem, Virginia, 1896 September 9.
7. Duryea, Mrs. Kate Flanders. 1 item, Brooklyn, New York [Heartfelt thank you], 1896 October 19.
8. Eaton, General John, U.S.A. 1 item, Washington, D.C., 1896 October 6.
9. Eldridge, Miss Mary L., worker with the Navajo Nation. 1 item, Jewett, New Mexico [Mentions friendlessness of Navajo], 1896 September 23.
10. Fisk, Mrs. Jeanette Crippen Fisk, president, Women's Home Missionary Society, M.E. Church. 3 items, New York, New York, 1896 September 19-October 19.
11. Frissell, Hollis Burke, president, Hampton Institute. 2 items, Hampton Virginia, 1896 September 7-October 17.
12. Garrett, Philip C., member, U.S. Board of Indian Commissioners. 1 item, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1896 September 8.
13. Gates, Merrill E., president, Amherst College, Chairman, U.S. Board of Indian Commissioners. 1 item, Amherst, Massachusetts. [Suggests members for Conference], 1896 September 24.
14. Gilmore, J. H., professor, University of Rochester. 1 item, Rochester, New York, 1896 September 28.
15. Hatfield, Miss S. M. 1 item. [Heartfelt thank you], 1896 October 20.
16. Ives, Miss Marie E. [Indian]. 2 items, New Haven, Connecticut, 1896 September 23-October 22.
17. James, ex-U.S. Rep. Darwin Rush, of New York. 1 item, New York, New York, 1896 September 4.
18. Jenkins, Charles Francis [physicist, inventor]? 1 item, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1896 September 15.
19. Kinney, Mrs. Sara T., president, Connecticut Indian Association. 1 item, with enclosure, New Haven, Conn., 1896 October 2.
20. Leupp, Francis E., member, U.S. Board of Indian Commissioners. 2 items, Buffalo, New York, September 12, and Washington, D.C., 1896 October 17.
21. Lippincott, J.A. 1 item, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [Thoughtful letter on value of Conferences], 1896 October 23.
22. Meserve, Charles F., president, Shaw University, Raleigh, North Carolina 1 item, Raleigh, North Carolina, 1896 August 28.
23. Pratt, Brigadier General Richard Henry, U.S. A., founder and superintendent, U.S. Indian Industrial School, Carlisle, Pennsylvania 1 item, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, 1896 September 25.
24. Seelye, L(aurenus) Clark, president, Smith College. 1 item, Northampton, Massachusetts, 1896 September 7.
25. Shelton, Reverend Charles W., of Congregational Home Missionary Society. 2 items, Derby, Connecticut. [Suggests man for Conference], 1896 September 17-October 5.
26. Smith, George Williamson, president, Trinity College. 2 items, Hartford, Connecticut, 1896 September 18-October 23.
27. Stimson, Reverend Henry A., distinguished clergyman. 1 item, New York, New York, 1896 September 18.
28. Strong, James W., president, Carleton College. 1 item, Northfield, Minnesota, 1896 October 3.
29. Taylor, James M., president, Vassar College. 1 item, Poughkeepsie, New York, 1896 October 12.
30. Tillinghast, Isabel Nelson. 1 item, New Paltz, New York. [Comments on local events give picture of times], 1896 October 21.
31. Van Norden, Warner, president, National Bank of North America. 2 items, 1896 September 16-October 12.
32. Ward, William Hayes, ed., The Independent. 1 item, New York, New York, 1896 August 22.
33. Welsh, Herbert, secretary Indian Rights Association. 1 item, Sunapee, New Hampshire, 1896 August 27.
34. Whittlesey, General Eliphalet, secretary U.S. Board of Indian Commissioners. 1 item, Waterville, New Hampshire, 1896 August 27.
35. Williams, John J. 1 item, Brooklyn, New York [he learned at Conference], 1896 October.
36. Young, Egerton R., Canadian missionary, and lecturer to the Cree (Eeyou Istchee) and Salteaux First Nations. 1 item with enclosure, Toronto, Canada, 1896 September 25.
1. Miscellaneous, 1897.
General note
    Missing Title
  1. Boyden, Helen F., Oberlin, Ohio, undated [re raising funds for what she describes as the first southern hospital to admit colored people]
  2. Hardy, Alfred, Farmington, Connecticut [re financial aid for Field Matrons], 1897 June 9
2. Miscellaneous, 1897.
General note
    Missing Title
  1. Account, Fifteenth Mohonk Indian Conference, prepared by treasurer, Frank Wood
  2. Subscriptions for reports of the Fifteenth Mohonk Indian Conference, 1897
  3. Letters of declination, report requests, names suggested for invitation to the conference
3. Letters accepting invitation to attend the Fifteenth Mohonk Indian Conference.
General note
    Missing Title
  1. List of people scheduled to attend
1. Letters declining invitation to attend the Fifteenth Mohonk Indian Conference.
General note
    Missing Title
  1. Bettle, Edward, Jr., American Friend
  2. Fletcher, Alice C., ethnologist
  3. Garrett, John B., American Friend
  4. Hartshorne, Charles, American Friend
  5. Jones, James K., senator from Illinois
  6. Roosevelt, Theodore, Assistant Secretary of the Navy, T.L. signed by amanuensis
  7. Thomas, M. Carey, Bryn Mawr, October 29, 1897 speaks of amount of endowments to Bryn Mawr, finances, student enrollments. Letter, 6 p, 1897 October 29
Article from New England Magazine, about Conference, 1896 June.
List of subscriptions for publication expenses of Lake Mohonk Indian Conference, 1898.
1. Letters of acceptance to 16th Mohonk Indian Conference.
2. Miscellaneous.
General note
    Missing Title
  1. Logan, Walter L., New York, crew Curtis Bill concerning rights to Cherokee lands and funds, 1898 August 12
  2. Washington, Booker T., Tuskegee, Alabama, February 8, 1898
3. Letters of declination in response to invitation to Sixteenth Mohonk Indian Conference, 1898 February 8.
General note
    Missing Title
  1. Abbott, Edward, Cambridge, Massachusetts, September 5, 1898 relaying information concerning conference to educate and Christianize southern "toiling masses"]
  2. Badly, Joshua L., American Friend
  3. Collins, Mary C., Ft. Yates, North Dakota, September 20, 1898 confusing white standards for Native Americans and schooling
  4. Cook, Reverend C.H., Sacaton, Arizona, 1898 October 6 re Akimel O'otham (Pima) and evil of dancing
  5. Fletcher, Alice C., ethnologist
  6. Foster, Henry, M.D., Clifton Springs, New York, concludes newspaper clipping by J.O. Fries re Seminole and Miccosukee Nations in the Everglades "imposed" upon whites, and land set aside for them, 1898 October 4
  7. Hale, Edward Everett, author
  8. Mowry, William A., Hyde Park, Massachusetts, various Native American problems, citing pauperism as precursor to indolence and vice, 1898 October 7
1. List of subscriptions for publication expenses for the seventeenth annual Lake Mohonk Indian Conference, 1899.
2. Treasurer's accounts, 1899.
3. List of men [possibilities for Conference] (in pencil).
4. Abbott, Reverend Edward, distinguished clergyman, -ores. Indian Industries League. 1 item, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1899 September 2.
5. Abbott, Reverend Lyman, editor, The Outlook. 2 items, Cornwall-on-Hudson, New York; Arbuckle, John, coffee merchant. 1 item, Lake Mohonk Mountain House, 1899 September 7-October 10, 1899 September 13.
7. Atterbury, William Wallace. 1 item, 31 Bible House, [New York], 1899 October 6.
8. Barrows, Isabel C., secretary and ed., Lake Mohonk Indian Conference 3 items, Georgeville, P.Q., Canada. [Suggests people for Conference], 1899 August 17-September 29.
9. Barrows, Samuel J., U.S. Commissioner, International Prison Commission. 1 item, Georgeville, P.Q., Canada, September 5. [Speaks of need for more expert influences in Native American affairs.].
10. Barnett, Augustus E., Methodist minister. 3 items, New York. [Tells of visit to Alaska Natives], 1899 October 2-10.
11. Beardshear, W. M., president Iowa State College of Agriculture and the Mechanical Arts, member, U.S. Board Indian Commissioners. 1 item, Ames, Iowa, 1899 September 11.
12. Bearfoot, Reverend Isaac [Onandaga] clergyman. 2 items, Caledonia, Ontario, 1899 September 5-October 16.
13. Bright, Marshall H., associate ed., Christian Work. 1 item, New York. [Suggests member for Conference], 1899 September 26.
14. Brosius, S. M., agent, Indian Rights Association. 1 item, Washington, D.C. [Suggests man for Conference], 1899 September 16.
15. Carter, Sybil, teacher of White Earth Chippewa women. 1 item, Great River, L.I., New York, 1899 September 5.
16. Cheney, Mrs. B. P., Sr., philanthropist. 1 item, Wellesley, Massachusetts, 1899 October 6.
17. Coe, Kate Foote. 1 item, New Haven, Connecticut, 1899 September 6.
18. Collins, Mary C., missionary in Dakota Territory 1 item, Boston, Massachusetts, 1899 September 7.
19. Cook, Charles H. 1 item, Sacaton, Arizona. [Discusses need for dam for irrigation on Akimel O'otham (Pima) land], 1899 October 4.
20. Cook, Emily S., staff worker, U.S. Indian Office. 1 item, Washington, D.C. [Speaks of importance of Conference in continuing fight for Native Americans], 1899 September 5.
21. Cornelius, Isabella C. [Oneida]. 1 item, Oneida, Wisconsin, 1899 September 8.
22. Crannell, Elizabeth S. 1 item, Sharon Springs, New York, 1899 September 10.
23. Creegan, Charles Coe [later president Fargo (North Dakota) College] 1 item, New York, 1899 September 28.
24. Curtis, U.S. Representative Charles, of Kansas. 1 item, Topeka, Kansas, 1899 September 26.
25. Dawes, ex-U.S. Senator Henry Laurens, of Massachusetts 1 item, Pittsfield, Massachusetts, 1899 September 19.
26. Dreher, Julius D., president Roanoke College. 1 item, Salem, Virginia, 1899 September 13.
27. Eastman, Elaine Goodale [Indian]. 1 item, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, 1899 September 25.
28. Eaton, Brigadier General John, U.S.A. 1 item, Washington, D.C., 1899 September 27.
29. Fletcher, Alice C., ethnologist. 2 items, Washington, D.C. [Suggests man for Conference], 1899 September 18-October 10.
30. Frissell, Hollis Burke, president Hampton Institute. 2 items, New York, Hampton, Virginia, 1899 September 24, October 5.
31. Frye, Myra E., president Maine Indian Association. 1 item, Woodfords, Maine, 1899 September 4.
32. Fuller, Homer T., president Drury College-Springfield, Mo. 1 item, Boston, Massachusetts. [Discusses methods of educating Native Americans], 1899 October 11.
33. Garrett, John B. 1 item, Rosemont, Pennsylvania, 1899 September 29.
34. Garrett, Philip C., member U.S. Board of Indian Commissioners. 1 item, Philadelphia. [Speaks of progress in Native American affairs], 1899 September 12.
35. Gates, Merrill E., chairman, U.S. Board of Indian Commissioners. 5 items, New York and Washington. [Discusses plans for Conference; mentions hostility of Secretary of Interior toward the Conferences], 1899 September 11-October 5.
36. Gilfillan, Reverend J. A. 1 item, McGafreysville, Virginia. [Speaks of Mohonk's influence in preventing war with Anishinaabe (Ojibwe/Chippewa) Nations], 1899 September 20.
37. Gray, Rt. Reverend William Crane, Bishop of So. Florida. 1 item, Chicago, Illinois. [Asks that Kr. Smiley _pray for the Seminoles], 1899 September 16.
38. Hailmann, W. N. 2 items, Dayton, Ohio. [Discusses allotment of Native American lands], 1899 September 16-October 8.
39. Hale, Edward Everett. 1 item, Roxbury, Massachusetts, 1899 September 22.
40. Hall, Charles Cuthbert, president Union Theological Seminary. 1 item, Westport Point, Massachusetts, 1899 September 9.
41. Hammer, C. D. 1 item, Boston, Massachusetts. [Suggests man for Conference], 1899 August 1.
42. Harris, William T., U.S. Commissioner of Education. 1 item, Washington, D.C., 1899 September 7.
43. Haskell, John Gideon, founder of Haskell Institute. 2 items, Lawrence, Kansas, 1899 September 18-October 2.
44. Hiles, Osia Jane 1 item, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. [Detailed refusal], 1899 September 13.
45. Hitchcock, Ethan Allen, U.S. Secretary of the Interior. 1 item, Washington, D.C., 1899 October 2.
46. Howard, General Oliver Otis, U.S.A., retired. 1 item, Burlington, Vermont, 1899 September 11.
47. Hubbell, William S. 1 item, 31 Bible House, New York. [Gives account of affairs of indigenous nations of New York State], 1899 October 9.
48. Ives, Marie E. [Indian]. 1 item, New Haven, Connecticut, 1899 September 27.
49. Jackson, Sheldon, head of Alaska Division, Bureau of Education. 1 item, Washington, D.C., 1899 October 23.
50. James, Darwin R., member U.S. Board of Indian Commissioners. 1 item, New York, 1899 September 13.
51. Janney, Joseph J. 1 item, Baltimore, 1899 September 8.
52. Johnson, Reverend Herrick. 1 item, Chicago. [Vehement regrets], 1899 September 20.
53. Keeler, Lucy Elliott, member editorial staff, Youth's Companion. 2 items, Fremont, Ohio. [Asks help in bringing father to Mohonk; receives it], 1899 September 29-October 3.
54. Kinney, Mrs. Sara T., president Connecticut Indian Association. 2 items, New Haven, Connecticut. [Suggests man for Conference], 1899 September 19-October 11.
55. Leupp, Francis E. [later U.S. Commissioner Indian Affairs. 1 item, North Egremont, Massachusetts, 1899 September 6.
56. Longfellow, Alice M. 1 item, [no place], 1899 September 18.
57. McCabe, C. C., secretary Board of Trustees, The American University, Washington, D.C. 1 item, en route. [Complaint re Catholic influence among Native Americans. Questions use of Conference], 1899 September 4.
58. Mead, Elizabeth S., president Mount Holyoke College. 1 item, South Hadley, Massachusetts, 1899 September 19.
59. Merrill, James G., dean of Fisk University, Nashville, Tennessee. 2 items, Andover, Massachusetts, New York, 1899 September 30, October 9.
60. Meserve, Charles F., president Shaw University 1 item, Raleigh, North Carolina, 1899 September 14.
61. Mowry, William A., educator. 1 item, Hyde Park, Massachusetts, September 14.
62. Murray, Reverend A. G. 1 item, Pawnee, Oklahoma. [Long letter discussing allotment of Native American lands], 1899 October 4.
63. Ogden, Robert C. 1 item, New York, 1899 September 21.
64. Peairs, H. B. (Hervey Byres), superintendent Haskell institute. 1 item, Lawrence, Kansas, 1899 September 12.
65. Penrose, Stephen B. L., president Whitman College. 1 item, Walla, Washington, 1899 September 22.
66. Pierce, Moses. 1 item, Norwich. [Asks invitation for friend; Mr. Smiley says no.], 1899 August 28.
67. Platt, U.S. Senator Orville Hitchcock , of Connecticut 1 item, Washington, Connecticut, September 6.
68. Pratt, Major [later General] Richard Henry, U.S.A. Founder and Supt. Carlisle Indian School. 2 items, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, 1899 September 25-October 9. [Gives names of representatives he is sending from Carlisle to Conference].
69. Proctor, Edna Dean, author. 1 item, Mt. Clemens, Michigan, 1899 September 18.
70. Quinton, Mrs. Amelia S., vice-president Woman's National. Indian Association. Letter from Albert K. Smiley, Mohonk Lake, 1899 September 1.
71. Riggs, Reverend A. L., principal of Santee Normal Training School. 1 item, Santee Agency, Nebraska, 1899 October 2.
72. Robertson, Alice M., teacher in the Muscogee (Creek) Nation. 1 item, Muskogee, Indiana Territory. [Extensive discussion of Native American affairs], 1899 October 7.
73. Roe, Walter C. and Mary W., missionaries, founders of Mohonk Lodge. 2 items, Colony, Oklahoma. [Tell of conditions at Mohonk Lodge and on reservation at Colony], 1899 October 6.
74. Runk, Mrs. Louise F. 1 item, New York. [Says Reverend Frank H. Wright, Reformed Church missionary from Colony, Oklahoma, will be at Conference], 1899 October 5.
75. Ryder, C. J., corresponding secretary, American Missionary Association. 1 item, New York, 1899 October 10.
76. Seelye, Laurenus Clark, president Smith College. 1 item, Northampton, Massachusetts, 1899 September 5.
77. Severance, Solon. L., banker. 1 item, Cleveland, Ohio [Nice regret], 1899 October 6.
78. Sharpless, Isaac, president Haverford College. 1 item, Haverford, Pennsylvania, undated.
79. Sherman, U.S. Representative James S., of New York, chairman House Committee on Indian Affairs. 2 items, Utica, New York, 1899 September 29-October 7.
80. Slocum, William F., president Colorado College. 1 item, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1899 September 7.
81. Smiley, Sarah F., Quaker minister, sister of Albert K. Smiley. 1 item, postmarked Washington, D.C., 1899 October 6.
82. Standing, Alfred. J., asst. superintendent Carlisle Indian School. 1 item, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, 1899 October 17.
83. Stoddard, Reverend Charles Augustus, prominent Presbyterian minister. 1 item, Williamstown, Massachusetts, 1899 September 13.
84. Taylor, James h., president Vassar College. 2 items, Poughkeepsie, New York, 1899 September 18-October 10.
85. Wadhams, Commander Albion Varette (Later Admiral), U.S.N. 2 items, New York; Elizabethtown, New York, 1899 August 27, October 5.
86. Ward, William Hayes, editor, The Independent. 1 item, New York, 1899 September 6.
87. Welsh, Herbert, corresponding secretary, Indian Rights Association. 2 items, Sunapee, New Hampshire; Germantown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [Discusses critical situation at Osage Agency], 1899 September 12, September 30.
88. Whittlesey, General Eliphalet, secretary U.S. Board of Indian Commissioners. 2 items, Waterville, New Hampshire, September 5; Providence, Rhode Island, 1899 October 5.
89. Wilson, James Grant, author. 1 item, New York, 1899 September 19.
90. Wistar, Edward M. 1 item, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1899 September 5.
91. Wood, James, humanitarian. 1 item, Mt. Kisco, New York, 1899 October 6.
92. Woodson, Major E. A., U.S.A. 1 item, addressed to Mr. Rowe [Roe] from Cheyenne and Arapahoe Indian Agency, Darlington, Oklahoma. [Of special interest because Roe helped to oust him. See Walter Roe's letter, no. 733], 1899 August 28.
93. Young, Reverend Egerton R., Canadian missionary, lecturer to the Cree (Eeyou Istchee) and Salteuax First Nations. 1 item, Toronto, Canada, 1899 September 9.
1. List of Members of the 18th Annual Lake Mohonk Indian Conference.
2. List of Subscriptions for Publication Expenses of the Eighteenth Annual Lake Mohonk Indian Conference. [Enclosed with note from Frank Wood, Treasurer of Conference, Boston, November 31. (sic)], 1900.
3. Treasurer's accounts, 1900.
4. Abbott, Reverend Edward, distinguished clergyman, president Indian Industries League. 1 item, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1900 September 20.
5. Abbott, Reverend Lyman, ed., The Outlook. 5 items, Camden, Maine, September 10; New York, October 6; Cornwall-on-Hudson, October 8; Cambridge, Massachusetts, October 21, 1900 September 10, October 6, 8, 21.
6. Anderson, Reverend Joseph, student of "Indian" languages and antiquities. 1 item, Waterbury, Connecticut. [Expresses interest in Puerto Rico discussion], 1900 October 12.
7. Arbuckle, John, coffee merchant. 1 item, London, undated.
8. Atterbury, William Wallace. 1 item, New York, 1900 October 3.
9. Barrows, Isabel C., secretary and ed., Indian Conference 5 items, Georgeville, Quebec, September 11-October 10; Lakeville, Connecticut, October 22, 1900 September 11-October 10, 22.
10. Barrows, John Henry, President Oberlin College. 1 item, Oberlin, Ohio, 1900 September 21.
11. Beard, Reverend Augustus Field, corresponding secretary American Missionary Association. 1 item, New York, October 15. [Speaks of schools in Puerto Rico].
12. Beardshear, William M., President Iowa State College, member U.S. Board Indian Commissioners. 1 item, Ames, Iowa, 1900 September 10.
13. Bearfoot, I., clergyman. 1 item, Caledonia, Ont., October 26.
14. Boardman, George Dana, Baptist clergyman. 1 item, Atlantic City, New Jersey, 1900 September 14.
15. Bradford, Amory Howe, Congregational clergyman, ex-associate ed., The Outlook. 1 item, Montclair, New Jersey, 1900 September 14.
16. Brainerd, Erastus, nationally known editor and publicist. 1 item, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1900 October 13.
17. Bright, Marshall H., associate editor, The Christian Work. 1 item, Asbury Park, New Jersey. [Urges "Negro" discussion, rather than Porto Rican, Cuban, and Philippine], 1900 September 11.
18. Brosius, Samuel M., Washington Agent, Indian Rights Association. 1 item, Washington, D. C., 1900 October 5.
19. Browning, E[leanor?]. F. 2 items, New York. [Discusses the pottery business run by Josephine Foard and the Pueblo of Laguna, Laguna, New Mexico], 1900 April 18-October 10.
20. Burroughs, John, naturalist. 1 item, West Park, New York, 1900 October 10.
21. Candler, Rt. Reverend Warren A., M.E. bishop for the South. 1 item, Atlanta, Georgia, 1900 September 15.
22. Capen, Samuel B., merchant. 1 item, Boston, Massachusetts. [Glad Conference has broadened its field], 1900 September 29.
23. Carroll, Henry King, ex-U.S. Commissioner to Puerto Rico. 1 item, New York, 1900 October 11.
24. Carter, Sybil, teacher at the White Earth Reservation. 2 items, Great River, L.I., New York, September 10; New York, October 15. [September 10 letter tells of White Earth Chippewa women she trained winning a gold medal for their lace-making at the Paris Exposition], 1900 September 10, October 15.
25. Chapin, Reverend Charles B. 1 item, New York City, September 21. [Asks invitation for his wife].
26. Cheney, Elizabeth S., philanthropist. 1 item, Peterboro, New Hampshire, 1900 October 8.
27. Collins, Mary C., missionary. 1 item, Fort Yates, North Dakota, 1900 October 4.
28. Cook, Charles H. 1 item, Sacaton, Arizona, October 9. [Still wants dam for Akimel O'otham (Pima) Reservation. See 18993].
29. Cook, Emily S., staff U.S. Indian Office. 2 items, Washington, D.C., 1900 October 12-15.
30. Cornelius, Isabella C. [Oneida] 1 item, Oneida, Wisconsin, 1900 September 24.
31. Creegan, Charles Cole, [later president, Fargo (North Dakota) College] 1 item, St. Louis, Missouri, 1900 October 11.
32. Curtis, Charles, U.S. Representative of Kansas, [later Vice President U.S.] 1 item, Topeka, Kansas, 1900 September 11.
33. Custer, Elizabeth Bacon, author, widow of General George Armstrong Custer. 1 item, Tannersville, New York, 1900 September 25.
34. Denby, Charles, official in China, later Consul General, Shanghai. 1 item, Evansville, Indiana, 1900 September 15.
35. Davis, James William, clergyman. 3 items, Waterville, New Hampshire, September 14-18; Boston, Massachusetts, October 1. [Makes suggestions for Conference program and members], 1900 September 14-18, October 1.
36. Dawes, ex-U.S. Senator Henry Laurens, of Massachusetts 2 items, Pittsfield, Massachusetts, 1900 September 24-October 15.
37. Day, Judge William R., U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. 1 item, Canton, Ohio, 1900 September 15.
37a. Denby, Charles, ex-member. U.S. Phil. Comm. 1 item. Evansville, Indiana, September 15.
38. Dewey, Admiral George, U.S.N. 1 item, Washington, September 25.
39. Dreher, Julius D., president Roanoke College. 1 item, Salem, Virginia, 1900 September 20.
40. Eaton, Brigadier General, U.S.A., retired. 1 item, Waterloo, New Hampshire, 1900 September 21.
41. Fletcher, Alice C., ethnologist. 2 items, Washington, D.C. [Suggests man for Conference], 1900 September 20-October 12.
42. Foster, Reverend Addison P., New England Secretary American Sunday-School Union. 1 item, Boston, Massachusetts. [Discusses ways of ex- tending Conference to cover other "dependent peoples." Mentions "unsuccessful Negro Conferences", 1900 September 12.
43. Frissell, Hollis Burke, principal of Hampton institute. 5 items, Castine, Maine August 27-September 15; Hampton, Virginia, October 4; New York City, October 22. [Suggests members for Conference], 1900 August 27-September 15, October 4, October 22.
44. Fuller, Homer T., president Drury College, Springfield, Mo. 1 item, Springfield, Mo., 1900 October 15.
45. Frye, Myra E., president Maine Indian Association. 1 item, Woodfords, Maine, 1900 September 15.
46. Gaines, Clement Carrington. 1 item, Poughkeepsie, New York. [Discusses sending stenographer to Mohonk to record Conference], 1900 October 9.
47. Gamble, U.S. Representative Robert J., of South Dakota 1 item, Yankton, South Dakota, 1900 September 17.
48. Garrett, Philip C., member U.S. Board of Indian Commissioners. 2 items, Philadelphia. [Discusses program and members for Conference], 1900 September 7-October 7.
49. Gates, Merrill E., secretary U.S. Board of Indian Commissioners. 7 items, Waterville, New Hampshire, September 11; Washington, D.C., September 29-October 12. [Discusses ways of broadening Conference Agrees to preside. Refers to Negro Conference split. Encloses two letters from people wanting invitations], 1900 September 11, September 29-October 12.
50. Gilfillan, Reverend H. A. 1 item, Sweet Springs, West Virginia. [Flowery refusal], 1900 September 21.
51. Gill, U.S. Representative Joseph J., of Ohio. 1 item, Steubenville, Ohio, September.
25. [Member House Committee on Indian Affairs].
52. Gilman, Edward W., American Bible Society. 1 item, New York, 1900 September.
26. [Approves broadening of Conference].
53. Gilman, Gorham D., ex-American Consul, Sandwich Islands. 3 items, Boston, 1900 September 20-October 23.
54. Gilmore, Daniel Colt, educator. 1 item, Paris, 1900 September 23.
55. Gould, Frank Jay. 1 item, New York, 1900 September 17.
56. Grafton, Rt. Reverend Charles C., P. E. bishop of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin 1 item, Fond du Lac. [Requests invitation for Reverend F. W. Merrill, missionary to the Oneidas], 1900 September 4.
57. Hale, Prof. Edward Everett. 2 items, Roxbury, Massachusetts, 1900 October 5-13.
58. Hall, Charles Cuthbert, president Union Theological Seminary. 1 item, New York, 1900 September 12.
59. Hall, Harwood, superintendent Indian School, Perris, California 1 item, Perris, California. [Asks Albert K. Smiley to write to Merrill Gates re appropriation for new school in South California], 1900 April 30.
60. Hallock, Joseph Newton, editor, The Christian Work: 1 item, New York, 1900 October 20.
61. Hardy, Alfred. 1 item, Hartford, Connecticut. [Encloses copies of letters from Mary L. Eldridge, Jewett, N.M., asking help for Navajo Nation], 1900 June 5.
62. Hare, Rt. Reverend William Hobart, P. E. bishop of South Dakota 1 item, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 1900 September 13.
63. Harris, William T., U.S. Commissioner of Education. 1 item, Washington, D.C., 1900 September 26.
64. Hegeman, Reverend J.W. 1 item, Riverdale, New York. [Asks invitation for Mrs. C. B. Chapin], 1900 October 10.
65. Higginson, Thomas Wentworth. 1 item, Dublin, New Hampshire, September 11.
66. Hitchcock, Ethan Allen, U.S. Secretary of Interior. 1 item, Washington, D.C., 1900 September 10.
67. Hodgkins, Louise Manning, author. 1 item, Moultonboro, New Hampshire, 1900 September 12.
68. Howard, General O. H., managing ed., Farm, Field, and Fireside. 2 items, Chicago, Illinois, May 31 (with enclosure), September 11. [Recommends man for Conference; approves discussion of Island territories], 1900 may 30, September 11.
69. Howland, William B., The Outlook. 1 item, New York. [Speaks of good influence of Conference], 1900 October 24.
70. Horr, George E., editor, The Watchman. 1 item. [Glad Conference will discuss "the other dependent races." Suggests man for Conference], 1900 September 12.
71. Huntington, Reverend Frederic Dan, 1st P. E. bishop of Central New York. 1 item, Hadley [Massachusetts], 1900 September 10.
72. Irwin, Agnes, Dean of Radcliffe College. 1 item, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1900 October 4.
73. Ives, Marie E. [Indian] 1 item, New Haven, Connecticut, 1900 September 24.
74. Jackson, Sheldon, Alaska Division, Bureau of Education. 1 item, Washington, D.C., 1900 September 29.
75. James, ex-U.3. Representative Darwin T., of New York. 1 item, New York, 1900 September 17.
76. Janney, Joseph J. 1 item, Baltimore, Maryland, 1900 September 18.
77. Jenkins, Howard M. 2 items, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [Suggests man for Conference] and lo mo. 9 [encloses article on schools in Puerto Rico.] 1900 January 9, September 13.
78. Johnston, Mrs. Adelia A. F., dean Oberlin College. 2 items, Oberlin, 1900 September 27-October 15.
79. Jones, Augustine, principal Friends School, Providence, R.I. (Later Moses Brown School) 1 item, Providence, 1900 October 13.
80. Jones, U.S. Senator James K., of Illinois, chairman Democratic National Committee. 1 item, Chicago, Illinois, 1900 September 14.
81. Jones, William A., U.S. Commissioner of Indian Affairs. 1,item, Washington, 1900 September 17.
82. Kyle, U.S. Senator James H., of South Dakota 1 item, Aberdeen, South Dakota, 1900 September 12.
83. Kinney, Mrs. Sara T., president Connecticut Indian Association. 1 item, New Haven, Connecticut, 1900 October 15.
84. Lacey, U.S. Representative John F., of Iowa. 1 item, Oskaloosa, Iowa, 1900 September 14.
85. Lazelle, Henry Martyn, army officer (later Brigadier-General retired) 1 item, Georgeville, Quebec, Canada. [Says he would not be of any use at Conference], 1900 September 26.
86. Longfellow, Alice M. 1 item, Holderness, New Hampshire, 1900 September 24.
87. Lord, Mary P. 1 item, Auburndale, Massachusetts. [Long letter on Native American problem], 1900 October 15.
88. Mackay, Reverend Donald Sage, distinguished clergyman. 1 item, New York, 1900 October 3.
89. McCabe, Rt. Reverend Charles Cardwell, M. E. bishop of Omaha. 1 item, en route, 1900 September 19.
90. Mahan, Captain (later rear admiral retired) Alfred Thayer, U.S.N. 1 item, Quogue, L.I., New York, 1900 September 16.
91. Mead, Elizabeth S., president Mount Holyoke College. 1 item, South Hadley, Massachusetts, undated.
92. Merrill, Reverend F. W., of Oneida. 1 item, Concord, New Hampshire. [Glad Conference will consider Hawaiian matters], 1900 September 20.
93. Merrill, James G., dean and acting president of Fisk U., Nashville, Tennessee 3 items, Nashville, September 12; Andover, Massachusetts, 1900 September 12, October 17-18.
94. Meserve, Charles F., president Shaw University 1 item, Raleigh, North Carolina, September 18.
95. Morrison, Francis M., lawyer. 1 item, Worcester, Massachusetts. [Lawyer for the Montauk and Shinnecock Nation of New York, planning to take their case to the U.S. Supreme Court], 1900 July 30.
96. Mowry, William A., educator. 1 item, Hyde Park., September 26.
97. Murray, Reverend A. G., missionary to Pawnee Nation. 2 items, Pawnee, Oklahoma. [March 11 letter asks a meeting with Mr. Smiley to discuss Government management of Native American affairs], 1900 March 11-September 15.
98. Newell, Frederick H., hydrographer. 4 items, Washington, D.C. [Discusses importance of irrigation on Native American reservations], 1900 June 28-October 12.
99. Page, Alfred R., publisher. 2 items, New York, 1900 September 27-October 17.
100. Peairs, Harvey B., superintendent Haskell Institute. 1 item, Lawrence, Kansas, 1900 October 11.
101. Penrose, Stephen B. L., president Whitman College. 1 item, Walla Walla, Washington, 1900 September 13.
102. Platt, U.S. Senator Orville H., of Connecticut 1 item, Washington, Connecticut, 1900 September 13.
103. Pratt, Major (later General) Richard H., U.S.A., founder and Superintendent Carlisle Indian School. 1 item, Carlisle, Pennsylvania. [Suggests people for Conference], 1900 September 25.
104. Proctor, Edna Dean, author. 2 items, New York City, 1900 September 17-October 12.
105. Quarles, U.S. Senator Joseph V., of Wisconsin 1 item, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1900 September 24.
106. Quinton, Mrs. Amelia S., vice-president Woman's National. St. Ignace, Michigan, July 14; Hamilton, New York, August Maine, September 14. [Suggests women for Conference], 1900 July 14, September 14.
107. Reel, Estelle, Indian Office. Telegram, Pocatello [Shoshone-Bannock Tribes send greetings to Indian Conference].
108. Riggs, A. L., principal Santee Normal Training School. Agency, Nebraska, September 28. Indian Association 3 items, 11; Winthrop Centre, Idaho, October 17. Conference] 1 item, Santee, 1900 September 28, October 11.
109. Riggs, Thomas Lawrence. 1 item, Oahe, South Dakota. [Speaks of Government schools in relation to Mission schools], 1900 September 25.
110. Robinson, Albert Gardner, newspaper correspondenceespondent, author. 1 item, Buckland, Massachusetts, 1900 September 22.
111. Roe, Walter and Mary. 1 item, Colony, Oklahoma. [Speaks of affairs at Mohonk Lodge. Asks invitation to Conference for Alfred R. Page and his wife Elizabeth Mervin Roe Page of New York], 1900 September 15.
112. Roy, Reverend Joseph. E., secretary Western District, American Missionary Association 1 item, Chicago, Illinois. [Mentions added subject for Conference: "Our Dependent Races"], 1900 September 11.
113. Ryder, Reverend C. J., corresponding secretary, American Miss. Association 1 item New York. [Glad Conference will discuss Puerto Rico, etc.; suggests man for Conference], 1900 September 13.
114. Sampson, Rear Admiral William Thomas, U.S.N. 1 item, Boston, September 20.
115. Seelye, L. Clark, president Smith College. 1 item, Northampton, Massachusetts, 1900 September 15.
116. Shaler, Nathaniel S., dean Lawrence Scientific School, Harvard University 1 item, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1900 September 24.
117. Sharpless, Isaac, president Haverford College. 1 item, Haverford, Pennsylvania, 1900 September 20.
118. Sherman, U.S. Representative James S., of New York, chairman House Committee on Indian Affairs. 1 item, Utica, New York, 1900 September 10.
119. Shoup, U.S. Senator George L., of Idaho, chairman Senate Committee on Territories. 1 item, Boise, Idaho, 1900 September 17.
120. Skinner, Charles R., New York State superintendent of public instruction. 2 items, Albany. [Requests invitation for woman friend. Penciled notation on bottom of letter, "No women need apply"), 1900 September 13-October 22.
121. Slocum, William F., president Colorado College. 1 item, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1900 October 9.
122. Sniffen, Matthew K., Indian Rights Association 1 item, Philadelphia. [Requests invitation for Reverend A. G. Murray of Pawnee, Oklahoma], 1900 September 14.
123. Standing, Alfred J., assistant superintendent Carlisle Indian School. 1 item, Carlisle, Pennsylvania. [Discusses ways to "Americanize" Puerto Ricans, Filipinos, and Cubans], 1900 October 9.
124. Taylor, James M., president Vassar College. 1 item, Poughkeepsie, New York, 1900 October 9.
125. Tead, Reverend Edward S. 1 item, Somerville, Massachusetts. [Says discussion of new peoples and lands "gave new dignity and character to the Conference"], 1900 October 28.
126. Thomas, M. Carey, president. Bryn Mawr College. 2 items, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, 1900 September 23-October 13.
127. Thurston, U.S. Senator John M., of Nebraska, chairman Senate Committee on Indian Affairs. 1 item, Washington, D.C., 1900 September 15.
128. Twombly, Reverend Alexander Stevenson, clergyman, author. 2 items, Newton [Massachusetts] [Says he is glad Conference will discuss Hawaii], 1900 September 19-October 11.
129. Van Slyke, Reverend J. G. 1 item, Kingston, New York. [Gives John Burroughs' address so he can be invited to Conference], 1900 September 29.
130. Walker, Rt. Reverend William David, P. E. bishop of Western New York. 1 item, Buffalo, 1900 October 3.
131. Ward, George M., president Rollins College. 1 item, Winter Park, Florida, 1900 October 6.
132. Ward, William Hayes, editor, The Independent. 3 items, New York. [Discusses ideas of widening scope of Conference; suggests possible people], 1900 September 8-26.
133. Warner, Lucien C., capitalist. 1 item, New York. [Suggests Dean Johnston of Oberlin for Conference], 1900 September 10.
134. Warren, Mary B. 2 items, Santa Barbara, California, June 28; Los Angeles, October 7. [Proposes to start a lace school at La Jolla], 1900 June 28, October 7.
135. Wellman, Wheeler M., missionary. 2 items, Darlington, Oklahoma, 1900 September 22-27.
136. Welsh, Herbert, corer. secretary, Indian Rights Association 1 item, Camden, Maine, 1900 September 19.
137. Whelpley, James D. 1 item, Washington, D.C. [Letter], 1900 October 16.
138. Summarizes bad situation in Indian Territory].
139. Whipple, Rt. Reverend Henry Benjamin, P. E. bishop of Minnesota. 1 item, Faribault, Minnesota, undated.
140. Whittlesey, General Eliphalet, ex-sexy. U.S. Board of Indian Commissioners. 1 item, Westport Point, Massachusetts. [Discusses Conference program], 1900 September 12.
141. Williams, Talcott, journalist. [Suggests man], 1900 October 2.
142. Wilson, James, U.S. Secretary D.C., 1900 September 10.
143. Wilson, James Grant, author.1900 September 11, 2 items, Philadelphia, for Conference] of Agriculture. 1 item, 1 item, Manchester, Vermont, Pennsylvania, September Washington.
143. Wistar, Edward M. 1 item, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1900 September 10.
144. Wortman, Denis. 1 item, Saugerties, New York. [Has written hymn for Conference; wants to read it at Conference and send it to papers], 1900 September 17.
145. Wood, James, humanitarian. 2 items, Mount Kisco, New York, 1900 September 15-October 12.
146. Woodbury, Reverend Frank P., corer. secretary, American Missionary Association 1 item, New York. [Glad Conference will discuss "Southern and Western islands" as well as Native Americans], 1900 September 20.
147. Wright, F[rank] H. 1 item, Dallas, Texas, 1900 October 3.
148. Young, Egerton R., Canadian missionary, lecturer to the Cree (Eeyou Istchee) and Salteaux First Nations. 1 item, Toronto, Canada, 1900 September 17.
1. List of all who accepted invitations to 1901 Indian Conference.
2. Treasurer's report by Dr. Frank Wood, as of February, 1901, with list of subscribers to publication expenses of 1900 Conference Report, 1901 February.
3. Notebook of Business Committee, 1901. [List of members with identifying notes.].
4. Notebook of Secretary, 1901. [List of members with notes].
5. Abbott, Reverend Edward, distinguished clergyman, president Indian Industries League. 2 items, Wilton, New Hampshire, September 9; Cambridge, Massachusetts, October 3, 1901 September 9, October 3.
6. Abbott, Reverend Lyman, ed., The Outlook. 1 item. [Suggests man for Conference], 1901 September 23.
7. Anderson, Reverend Joseph, student of Indian languages and antiquities. 1 item, Waterbury, Connecticut, 1901 September 19.
8. Barrows, Isabel Chapin. 5 items, Georgeville, Quebec, September 20-29; Tompkinsville, New York, December 4, 1901-January 20, 1902. [Agrees to report Conference; suggests people; discusses delay in publication of Report], 1901 September 20-29, 1901 December 4-1902 January 20.
9. Barrows, Samuel J., corresponding secretary Prison Association of New York. 1 item, New York, 1901 September 18.
10. Beard, Reverend A. F., corresponding secretary American Missionary Association. 1 item, New York. [Mentions schools and churches in Puerto Rico.], 1901 October 9.
11. Beardshear, William W., president Iowa State College, member board U.S. Indian Commissioners. 1 item, Ames, Iowa, 1901 September 9.
12. Birnie, Reverend Douglas Putnam, former resident of Honolulu. 2 items, Rye, New York, 1901 September 13-October 10.
13. Capen, Samuel B., merchant. Memorial address on President McKinley, delivered at Conference, 1901.
14. Cheney, Mrs. Elizabeth S., philanthropist. l item, Colorado Springs, Colorado, undated.
15. Clark, Reverend Francis E., founder and president United Society of Christian Endeavor. 1 item, Boston, 1901 September 13.
16. Collins, Mary C. 2 items, Fort Yates, South Dakota. [Discusses how Native Americans should be treated by whites], 1901 September 14-November 16.
17. Conant, Thomas O., editor, The Examiner. 1 item, New York, 1901 October 9.
18. Davis, Joshua W. 2 items, Squirrel Island, Maine. [Tells of visit with ex-Senator Dawes and his hope to attend Conference] Waterville, New Hampshire [undated] [Suggests man for Conference], 1901 September 7.
19. Doubleday, Mrs. Neltje Blanchan De Graff Doubleday 1 item, Brooklyn, New York. [Tells of good results from her talk at previous conference on baskets made by various indigenous nations in the west, including the Akimel O'otham (Pima), Navajo, Inde (Apache), and Unangan (Aleuts) nations; suggests Constance Goddard DuBois for speaker at 1901 Conference], 1901 September 4.
20. Eaton, Edward D., president Beloit College. 2 items, New York, September 23; Woodmont, Connecticut, 1901 October 5.
21. Frissell, Hollis Burke, principal of Hampton Institute. 2 items, New York, September 30; Hampton, Virginia, October 11, 1901 September 30, October 11.
22. Foulke, ex-U.S. Senator William Dudley, member U.S. Civil Service Commission. 1 item, Richmond, Indiana, October 7.
23. Frye, Myra E., president Maine Indian Association. 2 items, Portland, Maine [Suggests woman for Conference], 1901 September 10, undated.
24. Garrett, Philip C., member U.S. Board Indian Commissioners. 1 item, Philadelphia, 1901 September 18.
25. Gates, Merrill E., secretary U.S. Board of Indian Commissioners. 5 items, Washington, D.C., January 3-January 8, 1902. [Enclosure, July 23, letter from Henry R. Howland of Buffalo, for whom Dr. Gates asks invitation; enclosure, September 2, letter from Col. Pratt of Carlisle, asking Dr. Gates to get him place on Conference program; letter of October 1 tells of system of recording vital statistics of "Indians"; suggests people for Conference; complains about Reports], 1901.
26. Glass, E. B., Canadian missionary. 2 items, White Fish Lake, Alta., Canada, January 29-April 8, 1902. [Comments on U.S. Indian Affairs from Canadian viewpoint, says Egerton Young made false statements at Conference about Canadian situation.].
27. Golsh, Flora. 1 item, New York, October 18. [Enthusiastic letter].
28. Hamilton, J. Taylor, Moravian College. 1 item, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, 1901 September 6.
29. Harkness, William, investments [Harkness of Yale] 1 item, Brooklyn, New York, 1901 September 18.
30. Harris, William J., U.S. Commissioner of Education [later senator] 2 items, Washington, D.C., 1901 November 25-1902 January 21.
31. Hitchcock, Ethan Allen, U.S. Secretary of the Interior. 1 item, Washington, D.C.
32. Hodgkins, Louise Manning, author. 1 item, New Britain, Connecticut, 1901 September 22.
33. Howard, General Charles Henry, managing editor, Farm, Field and Fireside. 2 items, Chicago, 1901 September 13-October 7.
34. Ives, Marie E. [Native American] 2 items. New York, September 23; New Haven, Connecticut. [Says she is to be editor of "The Indian's Friend", organ of the National Indian Association], 1901 December 27.
35. Janney, Joseph J. 1 item, Baltimore, 1901 September 12.
36. Jenkins, Howard M., editor, The Friends' Intelligencer and Journal. 1 item, Philadelphia, undated.
37. Johnston, Mrs. Adelia A. Field, Dean of Oberlin College. 1 item, Oberlin, 1901 September 30.
38. Jones, William A., U.S. Indian Commissioner. 1 item, Washington, 1901 October 5.
39. Kendrick, Georgia A., Dean of Vassar. 1 item, Poughkeepsie, New York [Mentions 475 students who will go up to Mohonk for Saturday of the Conference], 1901 October 15.
40. Kinney, Sara T., President of Connecticut Indian Association. 2 items, New Haven, Connecticut. [Enclosure, letter from Nancy Cornelius (later Skenandore), Oneida Indian Nation nurse who had hoped to attend Conference], 1901 September 4-October 7.
41. Lord, Mary P. 1 item, Wellesley, Massachusetts, 1901 September 11.
42. Mackay, Reverend Donald Sage. 1 item, New York, 1901 October 1.
43. Merrill, Reverend James Griswold, president Fisk University 1 item, Andover, Massachusetts, 1901 September 7.
44. Meserve, Charles F., President Shaw University 1 item, Squirrel Island, Maine, 1901 September 10.
45. Milne, William J., president New York State Normal College. 1 item, Albany. [Suggests Mr. Erastus P. Gates, brother of Merrill Gates, for Conference], 1901 September 23.
46. Moss, Reverend Lemuel. 1 item, New York City. [Suggests Dr. Thomas O. Conant, editor, The Examiner, as Conference member.], 1901 September 6.
47. Mowry, William A., educator. 1 item, Hyde Park, Massachusetts, 1901 September 9.
48. Murray, Reverend A. G., missionary. 1 item, Pawnee, Oklahoma. [Speaks of value of Conference; advocates new Government -policy; talk of bad results of allotment selling.], 1901 October 8.
49. Newlin, Sarah. 1 item, Minneapolis, Minnesota. [Reports on conditions at White Earth Indian Reservation.], 1901 September 29.
50. Pratt, Colonel Richard Henry, founder and superintendent Carlisle Indian School. 2 items, Carlisle, 1901 August 6-September 6.
51. Quinton, Mrs. Amelia S., president Woman's National Indian Association. 4 items, Chicago, September 12, Philadelphia, November 8-December 12. [Speaks of work of her organization.] Rogers, John Rankin, Governor Washington State. Address: The Future of the American Indian, delivered at Puyallup Agency School, August 21, 1901. [Envelope also filed here], 1901 September, November 8-December 12, August 21.
53. Scoville, Annie Beecher. 1 item, West Cornwall, Connecticut. [Tells of need to help Sioux be "self-supporting"; asks for ideas.], 1901 September 6.
54. Sherman, U.S. Representative James S., of New York, chairman House Committee on Indian Affairs. 2 items, Utica, New York, 1901 September 21-October 11 (telegram).
55. Slocum, William F., president Colorado College. 2 items, Colorado Springs, Colorado, September 25; Washington, D.C., 1901 October 14.
56. Taylor, James M., president Vassar College. 1 item, Poughkeepsie, New York, 1901 October 12.
57. Twombly, Reverend Alexander Stevenson. 2 items, Newton, Massachusetts. [Letter of October 13 tells of paper he plans to give at Conference, on "The Hawaiian Native of Yesterday and Today."], 1901 September 9-October 13.
58. Van Slyke, Reverend J. G. 1 item, Kingston, New York. [Speaks of "the peculiar interest of Tuesday evening at Mohonk" (when Conference guests are assembling)], 1901 October 8.
59. Ward, William Hayes, editor, The Independent. 1 item, New York, 1902 August 20.
60. Warner, Lucien C., capitalist. 1 item, New York, 1901 September 20.
61. Welsh, Herbert, corresponding secretary Indian Rights Association. 1 item, Boston, undated.
62. Whittlesey, General Eliphalet, ex-secretary U.S. Board of Indian Commissioners. 1 item, Waterville, New Hampshire, 1901 September 10.
63. Wilson, James Grant, author. 1 item, Williamstown, Massachusetts, 1901 September 7.
64. Wistar, Edward M. 1 item, Philadelphia, 1901 October 4.
65. Wood, Frank, Conference treasurer and printer of Conference Report. 1 item, Boston. [Trying to locate proofs; says Mr. Gates is "pressing" him.3, 1901 December 18.
66. Wood, James humanitarian. 1 item, Mt. Kisco, New York, 1901 September 20.
67. Wright, Dr. Frank. H. 1 item, Dallas, Texas. [Asks permission to bring adopted brother, Alinton Telle (Choctaw), attorney to the Choctaw Nation, to Conference, 1901 September 17.
68. Young, Egerton R., Canadian missionary, lecturer to the Cree (Eeyou Istchee) and Salteaux First Nations. 1 item, Toronto, 1901 September 20.
1. Letters of declination in response to invitation to 1901 Mohonk Indian Conference.
General note
    Missing Title
  1. Fitzgerald, John J., Congressman from New York
  2. Jones, James K., Senator from Illinois
  3. La Flesche, Francis, "Indian Ethnologist"
  4. McCumber, Porter J., Senator from North Dakota. Typed Letter, stamped signature
  5. Meigs, Katharine H., author
  6. Merrill, Fred W., Oneida, Wisconsin, September 23, 1901 speaks of new creamery at Oneida
  7. Platt, Orville H., Senator from Connecticut
  8. Roosevelt, Theodore, vice—president. Typed Letter. signed by amanuensis i. Telle, Alinton, attorney to the Choctaw Nation, Atoka Indian territory
2. Miscellaneous.
General note
    Missing Title
  1. Notebook kept by Mrs. Effie Florence (Newell) Smiley listing people expected at 1901 Mohonk Indian Conference
1. Lists of people invited to 1902 Conference of Friends of the Indian. [Incomplete]; also notebook: Notes and Members..], 1902.
2. List of names suggested, 1902.
3. List of subscriptions to publication expenses of Report, 1901, with Treasurer's statement of balance carrying over to 1902, 1902.
4. Abbott, Reverend Edward, distinguished clergyman, president Indian Industries League. 1 item, Wilton, New Hampshire, 1902 September 10.
5. Abbott, Lawrence S., The Outlook. 1 item, New York. [Asks Mr. Smiley's opinion of the Outlook's position on Commissioner (William A.) Jones], 1902 July 15.
6. Abbott, Reverend Dr. Lyman, editor, The Outlook. 1 item, New York, 1902 September 23.
7. Alexander, U.S. Representative De Alva S., of New York. 1 item, Buffalo, New York, 1902 August 18.
8. Allen, Charles Herbert, government of Puerto Rico, 1900-'02. 1 item, Lowell, Massachusetts, 1902 September 3.
9. Anderson, Reverend Joseph, student of Indian languages and antiquities. 1 item, Woodmont, Connecticut, 1902 September 25.
10. Anderson, Major General Thomas M., U.S.A. 1 item, Erie Co., Ohio. [Frank criticism of Conference methods], 1902 September 23.
11. Andrews, Judge Charles T. 6 items. [Discusses Vreeland Bill, concerning Allegany and Cattaraugus reservations of the Seneca Nation. Correspondence includes transcript of his speech at Conference], 1902 April 13-October 1.
12. Arbuckle, John, coffee merchant. 1 item, Brooklyn, New York, 1902 September 22.
13. Atterbury, William Wallace. 1 item, New York, 1902 October 13.
14. Avalos, J. B. [Pawnee Nation] 1 item, Pawnee Agency, Oklahoma, 1902 February 14.
15. Baker, George P., internationally known English professor. 1 item, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1902 September 25.
16. Barrows, Isabel Chapin, secretary and editor of Conference 11 items. [Discusses matters pertaining to reporting of Conference], 1902 August 2-1903 January 16.
17. Barrows, Samuel June, prison authority, ex-U.S. Representative, clergyman. 4 items. [Discusses Conference program], 1902 October 5-18.
18. Barker, Rear-Admiral Albert Smith, U.S.N. 2 items, New York, 1902 September 8-October 18.
19. Bearfoot, Reverend Isaac. [Onandaga] clergyman. 1 item, Caledonia, Ontario, 1902 September 18.
20. Beebe, Ellen M., Westfield, Massachusetts, Tuesday Afternoon Club. 1 item (with enclosure), Westfield, Massachusetts. [Asks for Conference Report. Typical letter of enquiry], 1902 October 27.
21. Bell, Brigadier General James W., U.S.A. 1 item, Washington, D.C., 1902 October 4.
22. Birnie, Reverend Douglas Putnam, former resident of Honolulu. 2 items, Rye, New York Notebook, kept by Mrs. Eme (Newell) Smiley and Albert K. Smiley listing people expected at Mohonk Indian Conference of 1902, 1902 September 24-October 10.
23. Black, William Murray, army engineer. 1 item, Washington, D.C. [Discusses importance of informing American People about the people of Puerto Rico and Cuba], 1902 July 31.
24. Bonaparte, Charles J., member U.S. Board Indian Commissioners (later Secretary of Navy and Attorney General) 2 items, Baltimore, Maryland), 1902 October 10-20.
25. Boveda, Mary [Cuban] 1 item, New York. [Wants to bring linen, lacework, etc., to Mohonk for sale during Conference Answer "No."], undated.
26. Brooke, Rt. Reverend Francis Key, P.E. bishop of Oklahoma and Indian Territory 2 items, Guthrie, Oklahoma, 1902 August 12-September 8.
27. Brosius, Samuel M., Agent, Indian Rights Association. 1 item, Washington, D.C., 1902 October 1.
28. Brown, William L., editor, The Southern Workman, of Hampton Institute 6 items, Hampton, Virginia, and New York, 1902 October 4-November 11.
29. Bruce, James M. [member U.S. Board Indian Commissioners?] 1 item, Prout's Neck, Maine, 1902 September 12.
30. Brumbaugh, Martin Grove, ex-U.S. commissioner to Puerto Rico, professor University of Pennsylvania (later Governor Pennsylvania) 2 items, Philadelphia. Was 1st commissioner of education, Puerto Rico, 1900-1902], 1902 September 17.
31. Burgess, Miss Marianna, superintendent of publications, Indian School, Carlisle, Pennsylvania 1 item, Carlisle, 1902 September 18.
32. Candler, Rt. Reverend Warren E., M.E. bishop, of South. 1 item, Atlanta, Georgia, 40430.
33. Capen, Samuel B., merchant. 5 items, Boston. [Discusses people for Conference], 1902 July 7-September 10.
34. Carnell and Holt, Albany Business College. 3 items, Albany. [Discuss sending stenographer to Conference], 1902 October 8-20.
35. Carroll, Reverend Henry King, Methodist Episcopal Missionary Society. 2 items, New York. [Recommends man for Conference], 1902 August 12-September 8.
36. Carter, Sybil, teacher at the White Earth Reservation. 2 items. [Mentions White Earth Chippewa women winning gold medal for lacework], 1902 September 8-October 21.
37. Cheney, Mrs. Elizabeth S., philanthropist. 1 item, Peterborough, New Hampshire, 1902 September 27.
38. Clark, Reverend Francis E., founder and president United Society of Christian Endeavor. 2 items, Boston, 1902 September 17-October 21.
39. Collins, Mary C., missionary. 2 items, Little Eagle, South Dakota. [Discusses economic plight of Native Americans], 1902 September 18-October 13.
40. Conant, Thomas 0., editor, The Examiner. 2 items, New York, 1902 September 12-October 21.
41. Cook, Reverend Chas. H., missionary. 1 item, Sacaton, Arizona, 1902 October 29.
42. Cook, Miss Emily S., Indian Office. 1 item, Washington, D.C., 1902 October 15.
43. Cook, Georgiana H. 1 item, Ticonderoga, New York. [Encloses sonnet, "The Iroquois," by Joseph Cook], 1902 October 14.
44. Cornelius, Isabella C. [Oneida] 1 item, Oneida, Wisconsin, 1902 September 20.
45. Cornelius, Nancy [Oneida], nurse 1 item, Oneida, Wisconsin, 1902 September 30.
46. Creegan, Reverend Charles Cole [later president Fargo (N.D.) College] 1 item, New York, 1902 September 16.
47. Custer, Mrs. Elizabeth B., author, widow of General Custer. 1 item, Bronxville, New York, 1902 September 9.
48. Davis, Oscar K., editor, The Sun. 1 item. [Discusses Philippine problems], 1902 October 20.
49. Dawes, Anna L., author, daughter of Senator Henry Dawes. 1 item, Pittsfield, Massachusetts. [Discusses possibility of father's coming to Conference], 1902 September 27.
50. Dawes, ex-U.S. Senator Henry Laurens, of Massachusetts 2 items, Pittsfield, Massachusetts. [Discusses Native American business which will prevent his attending Conference], 1902 September 26-October 19.
51. Day, Judge William R., U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. 1 item, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1902 September 13.
52. Denby, Charles, diplomat. 1 item, Evansville, Indiana, 1902 September 19.
53. Dennis, William Cullen, of Mohonk staff, to Mr. Smiley. 1 item, Mohonk Lake, New York. [Gives news and encloses items needing approval], 1902 January 23.
54. Devins, John Bancroft, editor, The New York Observer. 6 items, New York. [Suggests man for Conference], 1902 September 24-November 18.
55. Dewey, Admiral George, U.S. Navy 1 item, Washington, D.C. (Dickinson, Mrs. Mary Low, author, editor, literature professor, lecturer, ex-president Woman's National Indian Association. 1 item, New York), 1902 September 9, undated.
57. Doubleday, Mrs. Neltje Blanchan De Graff. 2 items, New York. [Returns letter and four photos sent her by Mr. Smiley, originally from Kate V. Kinney, Sacaton, Arizona, asking help in getting market for Akimel O'otham (Pima, A.Z.) baskets and telling of efforts to build up industry], 1902 September 9-November 18.
58. Draper, Andrew Sloan, educator, member U.S. Board Indian Commissioners, president Unversity of Illinois. 4 items, Champagne, Illinois, March 24-April 9; Lake Mohonk, 1902 September 21.
59. Driscoll, U.S. Representative Michael Edward, of New York. 1 item, Syracuse, New York, 1902 August 18.
60. Drury, Reverend John B., internationally known Dutch Reformed clergyman. 1 item, New York, 1902 September 24.
61. Eaton, Edward D., president Beloit College. 1 item, 1902 September 27.
62. Eaton, Brigadier General John. 1 item, Washington, D.C., 1902 October 25.
63. Edwards, Colonel [later Major-General] Clarence R., chief Bureau of Insular Affairs, War Department 1 item, 1902 October 3.
64. Elliott, Sarah J. 1 item, Elizabeth, New Jersey [undated] [Wants to address Conference on "evils of polygamy"].
65. Farley, Msgr. John M., Roman Catholic archbishop of New York. 1 item, New York, 1902 September 13.
66. Fitzgerald, U.S. Representative John J., of New York. 2 items, Washington, 1902 September 5-13.
67. Fletcher, Alice C., ethnologist. 1 item, Washington, D.C., 1902 October 14.
68. Foard, Josephine, teacher of Laguna Pueblo. 2 items, Waverly, New York. [note encloses receipt for rent on Laguna Pueblo pottery, Laguna, New Mexico, paid by Mr. Smiley], 1902 September 24-October 7.
69. Foulke, William Dudley, author, member U.S. Civil Service Commission 1 item, 1902 September 8.
70. Frissell, Hollis Burke, principal of Hampton Institute 3 items, Hampton, Virginia, and New York. [Suggests woman for Conference], 1902 September 30-October 30.
71. Frye, Myra E., president Maine Indian Association. 1 item, Portland, Maine, 1902 September 17.
72. Funston, Brigadier General Frederick. 1 item, Denver, Solo, 1902 November 29.
73. Gamble, U.S. Senator Robert J., of South Dakota 1 item, Yankton, South Dakota, 1902 September 8.
74. Garfield, James Rudolph, member U.S. Civil Service Comm. 2 items, Cleveland, Ohio, August 18; Washington, D.C., 1902 September 17.
75. Garland, Hamlin. 1 item, Chicago, 1902 September 22.
76. Garrett, Philip C., member U.S. Board Indian Commissioners 4 items, Philadelphia. [Discusses people for Conference], 1902 August 8–October 4.
77. Gates, Merrill E., secretary U.S. Board of Indian Commissioners, ex-president Rutgers and Amherst. 7 items (1 enclosure). [Discusses vacancies on Board, people for Mohonk Conference, etc.], 1902 August 6-October 31.
78. Gill, Laura Drake, dean Barnard College. 1 item, New York, 1902 October 7.
79. Gill, Wilson Lindsley, internationally known educator. 1 item, New Paltz, New York, 1902 May 22.
80. Gilman, Daniel Colt, internationally known educator. 1 item, Baltimore, 1902 September 27.
81. Gilman, Gorham D., former resident of Hawaii, lecturer on it. 4 items (3 enclosures), Boston, 1902 September 23-October 31.
82. Hale, U.S. Senator, of Maine. 1 item, Ellsworth, Maine, 1902 August 25.
83. Hallock, Reverend Joseph Newton, editor, The Christian Work. 1 item, New York. [Speaks of articles published on the Conference], 1902 October 29.
84. Hamand, Miss J[ane?]. E., interested layman. 2 items, Schaller, Iowa. [Asks literature on Native Americans so she can work to promote community interest], 1902 November 13-27.
85. Hamlin, Reverend Teunis S., prominent Presbyterian clergyman. 1 item, Washington, D.C., 1902 October 21.
86. Hanbury, U.S. Representative Harry A., of New York. 1 item, Brooklyn, New York, 1902 September 2.
87. Hankins, Mrs. Jeanette R., interested layman. 2 items, Malone, New York. [Asks help in preparing club program], 1902 February 28-March 10.
88. Hanna, Lieutenant Matthew E., diplomat who helped develop public school system of Cuba. 2 items, Havana, 1902 September 6-October 1.
89. Hanna, U.S. Senator Marcus A., of Ohio. 1 item, Cleveland, 1902 September 22.
90. Hare, Rt. Reverend William Hobart, Protestant Episcopal bishop of South Dakota. 1 item, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 1902 September 12.
91. Harrison, W. K., superintendent of Indian Schools, Allegany and Cattaraugus reservations. 1 item, Salamanca, New York, 1902 October 21.
92. Hart, Prof. Albert Bushnell. 1 item, Dublin, New Hampshire. [Says history of Indian policy needs a careful study by a trained student; would like to interest Conference in this], 1902 October 24.
93. Havemayer, J. C. 1 item, Yonkers, New York. [Encloses letter from John O. Spencer, president Morgan College, asking help in getting into Mohonk Conference], 1902 September 3.
94. Hendrix, Rt. Reverend Eugene Russell, Methodist Episcopal bishop of the South. 1 item, Kansas City, Missouri, 1902 September 10.
95. Higginson, Thomas Wentworth, author. 3 items, Dublin, New Hampshire, September 8-29; Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1902 October 30.
96. Hill, U.S. Representative Ebenezer J., of Connecticut. 3 items, Norwalk, Connecticut. [August 18 letter gives views on Philippine matters, 1902 August 18-November 17.
97. Hitchcock, Ethan Allen, U.S. Secretary of Interior. 1 item, Washington, D.C., 1902 September 6.
98. Hodgkins, Louise Manning, author. 1 item, Auburndale, Massachusetts, 1902 September 9.
99. Howard, General Oliver Otis, president Board of Directors. Lincoln Memorial University, Cumberland Gap, Tennessee 1 item, Burlington, Vermont, 1902 September 26.
100. Hubbell, William S., secretary New York Sabbath Committee. 3 items, New York. [Discusses affairs of indigenous nations of New York State; suggests man for Conference], 1902 April 7-October 20.
101. Hunt, Gov. William H., of Puerto Rico. 1 item, Cazenovia, New York, 1902 September 18.
102. Hughes, Miss Katherine. 2 items, Akwesasne Reserve, St. Regis, Quebec. [Tells of Indian (government board) policies in Canada; makes detailed suggestions for helping Kanienʼkehá꞉ka (Mohawk Nation) and other indigenous nations of New York State], 1902 February 11-25.
103. Hyde, Mary Roosevelt. 1 item, Ware, Massachusetts. [Suggests woman for Conference], 1902 October 27.
104. Ireland, Most Reverend John, Roman Catholic archbishop of St. Paul, Minnesota 1 item, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1902 October 10.
105. Irwin, Agnes, dean Radcliffe College. 1 item, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1902 October 14.
106. 'The Legends of the Iroquois', told by "The Cornplanter." Prospectus of book compiled from notes by William W. Canfield. [Contains information about Cornplanter, chief of Seneca Nation].
107. Ives, Marie E. [Native American], editor, The Indian's Friend, organ of National Indian Association. 2 items, New Haven, Connecticut. [Suggests woman for Conference], 1902 September 13-November 4.
108. Jackson, Sheldon, general agent, Education for Alaska. 1 item, Washington, D.C., 1902 September 15.
109. Jacobs, Joseph T., member U.S. Board Indian Commissioners 1 item, Detroit. [Would like to have his daughter attend conference], 1902 October 17.
110. James, Darwin R., member U.S. Board Indian Commissioners 4 items, New York. [April 30 letter, hot discussion of Vreeland Bill, Ogden Land Co. claims on Seneca Nation's lands, and feelings of Board about what should be done], 1902 April 30-October 18.
111. Jenkins, Howard Malcolm, editor, The Friends' Intelligencer. 1 item, Philadelphia, 10mo. 9, 1902 October 9.
112. Johnston, Mrs. Adelia A. Field, dean Oberlin College. 1 item, Oberlin, 1902 October 18.
113. Johnston, Charles, author, Bengal Civil Service, retired. 1 item, Eliot, Maine. [Accepts invitation and offers to give readings from the Popul Vuh, book telling the creation story of the Quiché Maya of Guatemala.. Offer declined], 1902 September 9.
114. Jones, U.S. Senator James Kimbrough, of Arkansas. 1 item, Washington, D.C., 1902 September 18.
115. Jones, William A., U.S. Commissioner of Indian Affairs. 1 item, Washington, D.C. [Says anxious to come to Conference because of differences of opinion existing between Indian Office and others; says Mohonk a "good clearing house for ideas" and a strong force for good], 1902 September 8.
116. Keeler, Lucy Elliott. 2 items, Fremont, Ohio [A detailed acceptance], 1902 September.
117. Kelley, Reverend William V., editor, The Methodist Review. 2 items. [October 27 letter gives his reactions to 1902 Conference and speaks of value of Conferences], 1902 September 27-October 27.
118. Kendrick, Georgia A., dean ("Lady Principal") of Vassar College. 1 item, Poughkeepsie, New York, 1902 October 20.
119. Kennan, George, author, lecturer. 2 items, Washington, D.C., 1902 September 13-14.
120. Ketcham, U.S. Representative John H., of New York. 1 item, Dover Plains, New York, 1902 September 20.
121. Ketcham, Father William H., director Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions. 1 item, Washington, D.C., 1902 August 27.
122. Kincaid, Reverend Reese, Mohonk Lodge. 1 item, Colony, Oklahoma. [Answers inquiries about 2 men. See also letter from Walter C. Roe # 174], 1902 September 10.
123. King, Charles, Brigadier General vols., U.S.A. 1 item, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1902 August 28.
124. Kinney, Mrs. Sara T., president Connecticut Indian Association 1 item, New Haven, Connecticut, 1902 September 24.
125. Lacey, U.S. Representative John Fletcher, of Iowa. 1 item, Oskaloosa, Iowa, 1902 September 8.
126. La Flesche, Francis [Omaha] ethnologist. 1 item, Washington, D.C. [Expresses appreciation of Mr. Smiley's work to help Native Americans], 1902 October 11.
127. Leeds, Josiah W. 1 item, West Chester, Pennsylvania. [Rejoices that there is no smoking room at Mohonk. Also speaks of action of President of U.S. in preventing use of Native Americans in wild west shows, etc.], 1902.
128. Leipziger, Henry M., supervisor of lectures, New York Board of Education. 1 item, New York, 1902 October 10.
129. LeRoy, James A., former secretary of Philippine Commission. 2 items, Pontiac, Michigan, August 12; Watrous, New Mexico. Has tuberculosis; hopes to recover and continue writing on Philippine matters.], 1902 October 7.
130. Leupp, Francis E., ex-member U.S. Board Indian Commissioners, [later U.S. Commissioner Indian Affairs] 1 item, Tyringham, Berkshire Co., Massachusetts, 1902 October 1.
131. Lincoln, William Henry, shipping merchant, president Boston Chamber of Commerce. 2 items, Boston, July 8; York Harbor, Maine. [Quotes letter from Governor John D. Long, giving advice for Conference], 1902 July 14.
132. Lindsay, Reverend Dr. John Summerfield, prominent P.E. clergyman. 1 item, Boston, Massachusetts, 1902 October 7.
133. Littauer, U.S. Representative Lucius N., of New York. 1 item, Gloversville, New York, 1902 August 13.
134. Lodge, U.S. Senator Henry Cabot, of Massachusetts 1 item, Nahant, Massachusetts. [Suggests way to get good Philippine speakers for Conference], 1902 August 18.
134. Long, John Davis, U.S. Secretary of Navy. 1 item, Hingham, Massachusetts, 1902 September 7.
135. Longfellow, Alice M. 3 items, Holderness, September 15; [no place] October 16; Cambridge,[Massachusetts] October 19, 1902 September 15, October 16, October 19.
136. Mackay, Reverend Dr. Donald Sage, prominent Congregational clergyman. 1 item, Bluehill, Maine, 1902 September 27.
137. Maris, Leora. 1 item (with enclosure), Los Angeles. [Sends manuscript "A Plan for a Self Supporting Indian Industrial Mission."], 1902 August 20.
138. Maynard, La Salle A., Maynard Press Agency. 2 items, Wurstboro, September 30; Pittsfield, Massachusetts, October 20. [Will cover Conference for Associated Press], 1902 September 30, October 20.
139. McClellan, U.S. Representative George Brinton, of New York. 1 item, Washington, D.C., 1902 August 15.
140. McCormick, Robert Laird, president Wisconsin Historical Soc. 1 item, Hayward, Wisconsin. [Asks information about an Anishinaabe Chippewa mission worker in Minnesota, circa 1835-45], 1902 December 24.
141. Mead, Edwin Doak, author, lecturer [mainly interested in peace and arbitration] 2 items, Boston. [4 enclosures on disarmament, etc.; discusses men for Indian Conference], 1902 September 16-26.
142. Merrill, Reverend Fred W., missionary. 1 item, Oneida, Wisconsin, 1902 September 16.
143. Meserve, Charles Francis, president Shaw University, Raleigh, North Carolina 2 items, Squirrel Island, Maine, August 23; Waterville, Maine, September 11. [Suggests man for Conference], 1902 August 21, September 11.
144. Moss, Reverend Lemuel. 1 item, New York. [Suggests man for Conference], 1902 October 2.
146. Munroe, Kirk, author, explorer in West, friend of Kit Carson and Buffalo Bill, 1st. editor, Hamer's Round Table. 1 item, Cornwall-on-Hudson, 1902 September 14.
146a. Murray, Reverend Andrew G., missionary. 2 items, Pawnee, Oklahoma. [tell of distortion of words of Albert K. Smiley by Indian Agents; advocates more freedom for Native Americans to learn independence], 1902 August 21-October 20.
147. Nellis, George W., superintendent Oglala Boarding School. 1 item, Pine Ridge, South Dakota, 1902 September 13.
148. Nelson, U.S. Senator Knute, of Minnesota 1 item, Alexandria, Minnesota, 1902 September 10.
149. Newell, Frederick Haynes, chief engineer U.S. Geological Survey. 1 item, Washington, D.C., 1902 September 25.
150. Nott, Hon. Charles Cooper, chief justice U.S. Court of Claims. 1 item, Williamstown, Massachusetts, 1902 October 6.
151. Odell, Gov. Benjamin Barker, of New York State. 1 item, Albany, 1902 September 11.
152. Ogden, Robert Curtis. 2 items, New York, 1902 September 9-October 12.
153. Osgood, Howard L., lawyer. 1 item (with enclosure), Rochester, New York. [Sends six-page letter to Conference arguing against Vreeland Bill], 1902 October 23.
154. Otis, Major General Elwell Stephen, U.S.A., retired, ex governorernor general of Philippines. 2 items, Rochester, New York. [Discusses Philippine matters], 1902 September 15-16.
155. Parker, Alton Brooks, jurist. 1 item, Esopus-on-the-Hudson.
156. Payne, U.S. Representative Sereno, of New York. 2 items, Auburn, New York, 1902 September 11.
157. Peairs, Hervey B., superintendent Haskell Institute 1 item, Lawrence, Kansas, 1902 September 17.
158. Pellew, Henry Edward, civic reformer. 1 item, Williamstown, Massachusetts, 1902 September 20.
159. Penrose, Stephen B. L., president Whitman College. 1 item, Walla Walla, Washington, 1902 September 16.
160. Perkins, U.S. Representative James Breck, of New York. 1 item, Rochester, New York, 1902 September 11.
161. Perris, George H., editor, Concord, Journal of the International Arbitration and Peace Association. 1 item, Boston. [Encloses prospectus of his lectures], 1902 October 12.
162. Pike, Reverend Robert G., missionary. 1 item, Carson City, Nevada. [Speaks of conditions among the Paiute and Wašiw (Washoe) Tribes; asks help in building church], 1902 March 14.
163. Platt, U.S. Senator Orville H., of Connecticut 1 item, Washington, Connecticut, 1902 September 11.
164. Pratt, Lieutenant Colonel (later Brigadier General) Richard Henry, U.S.A., founder and superintendent Carlisle Indian School. 3 items, Carlisle, Pennsylvania. [Suggests man for Conference], 1902 May 13-August 6.
164a. Press releases. 5 items.
165. Proctor, U.S. Senator Redfield, of Vermont. 1 item, Proctor, Vermont, 1902 September 8.
166. Pugsley, U.S. Representative Cornelius Amory, of New York. 2 items, Washington, D.C., 1902 September 9-October 24.
167. Quinton, Amelia S., vice-president Woman's National Indian Association 4 items, Val Verde, California August 4-12; Portland, Oregon, September 26; Richmond, Indiana, October 14, 1902 August 4-12, September 26, October 14.
168. Ray, U.S. Representative George W., of New York. 1 item, Norwich, New York, 1902 August 20.
169. Reel, Estelle, superintendent of Indian Schools, Department of Interior. 4 items, Washington, D.C., 1902 August 11-November 28.
170. Remington, Frederic, artist, author, sculptor. 1 item, Chippewa Bay, New York, 1902 August 27.
171. Rich, G. W., member Puerto Rican import-export firm. 1 item, New York. [Asks for Conference material on Puerto Rico], 1902 October 3.
172. Richards, Carey D., Arkansas Valley Sugar Beet and Irrigated Land Co. 1 item, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Sets forth plan,-for putting Native Americans to work in farming], 1902 March 22.
173. Richards, John K., U.S. Solicitor General. 1 item, Washington, D.C., 1902 September 20.
174. Riis, Jacob A., author, sociologist. 1 item, Lake [?], Ontario, 1902 September 18.
175. Robinson, Albert Gardner, newspaper correspondenceespondent, author. 1 item, Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts, 1902 October 10.
176. Roe, Mary W., missionary, co-founder of Mohonk Lodge, Colony, Oklahoma 1 item (with enclosure), Colony, Oklahoma Territory. [Thanks Mr. Smiley for order for bead work; tells of rapidly growing business; encloses folder, "Christmas at Colony."), 1902 March 17.
177. Roe, Walter C., missionary, husband of Mary Roe. 1 item, Cologne, Germany. [Suggests people for Conference; gives opinions on people Mr. Smiley had asked about; speaks of prosperity of Mohonk Lodge], 1902 October 1.
178. Roy, Joseph E., secretary Western District, American Missionary Association. 1 item, Chicago. [Suggests Conference should have a paper presenting things accomplished by it in 20 years of existence], 1902 September 11.
179. Rudd, A. B., missionary. 1 item, Ponce, P.R., 1902 September 16.
180. Ryan, Most Reverend Patrick John, R.C. archbishop of Philadelphia, member U.S. Board of Indian Commissioners. 2 items, Lake Placid, New York [undated]; Philadelphia, October 29, undated, 1902 October 29.
181. Ryan, U.S. Representative William Henry, of New York. 1 item, Buffalo, New York, 1902 September 12.
182. Ryder, Reverend C. J., corresponding secretary, American Missionary Association 1 item. New York. [Interested in Puerto Rico; has visited and studied it], 1902 September 6.
183. Samson, William H., editor, Rochester Post Express. 1 item (with enclosure) Rochester, New York. [Five-page letter against the Vreeland Bill, plus printed letter and "Proceedings of the Rochester Historical Society on the Vreeland Bill"], 1902 September 18.
184. Sanford, Reverend D. A., missionary. 2 items, Bridgeport, Oklahoma. [Sets forth bad conditions in Tsistsistas and Hinono'ei (Cheyenne and Arapahoe) affairs], 1902 August [?]-October 16.
185. Sanger, William Cary, assitant Secretary of War. 1 item, Washington, D.C., 1902 September 15.
186. Schurman, Jacob Gould, president Cornell University 1 item, Ithaca, New York, 1902 September 17.
187. Scott, Capt. (later General) Hugh L., U.S.A. 1 item, Washington, D.C., 1902 October 14.
188. Scoville, Annie Beecher. 1 item, Stamford, Connecticut, 1902 October 17.
189. Scribner, Charles, publisher. 1 item, New York, 1902 September 18.
190. Scudder, Myron T., educator, principal of New York State Normal School. 2 item (with enclosures), New Paltz, New York. [Encloses letter from Matthew Hanna containing warm enthusiasm for the Conference and warm recommendation of Hugh Scott], 1902 September 9-October 8.
191. Seelye, L. Clark, president Smith College. 1 item, Northampton, Massachusetts, 1902 September 8.
192. Seger, John H., superintendent Seger Training School, Colony, Oklahoma 1 item, Colony, 1902 September 16.
193. Seton, Ernest Thompson. 1 item, Cos Cob, Connecticut, 1902 October 17.
194. Sharpless, Isaac, president Haverford College. 1 item, Haverford, Pennsylvania, 1902 September 15.
195. Sherman, U.S. Representative James S., of New York 2 items, Washington, March 25; Utica, New York, August 25, 1902 March 25, August 25.
196. Skinner, Charles R., New York State superintendent of Public Instruction. 2 items, St. Lawrence Park, New York, August 22; Albany, October 13. [Mentions man for Conference], 1902 August 22, October 13.
197. Slocum, William F., president Colorado College. 3 items, Colorado Springs, Colorado, August 26-October 3; Chicago, October 22. [Suggests man for Conference], 1902 August 26-October 3, October 22.
198. Smith, George Williamson, president Trinity College. 1 item, Hartford, Connecticut, 1902 September 9.
199. Smith, Joseph LeRoy, Indian Rights Association 1 item, Philadelphia. [Speaks of Reverend H. G. Ganss, new representative of R.C. Indian missions and schools], 1902 March 5.
200. Southwick, U.S. Representative George N., of New York 1 item, Albany, New York, 1902 September 11.
201. Spencer, John 0., president Morgan College, Baltimore, Maryland 1 item, Baltimore, 1902 September 13.
202. Stewart, Jane A. 1 item, Philadelphia. [Asks Mr. Smiley 23 questions on "Indians" and world affairs; answers to be published], 1902 July 29.
203. Stewart, U.S. Representative John K., of New York 1 item, Amsterdam, New York, 1902 September 27.
204. Strobel, Edward H., internationally known diplomatist. 1 item, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1902 November 14.
205. Strong, Reverend Augustus H., theologian, president Rochester Theological Seminary. 1 item, Rochester, New York, 1902 September 18.
206. Taylor, James M., president Vassar College. 2 items, Poughkeepsie, New York, 1902 March 1-October 3.
207. Thomas, Dr, Richard Henry. 1 item, Baltimore, Maryland. Answers inquiry about man for Conference], 1902 September 4.
208. Tompkins, U.S. Representative Arthur Sidney, of New York 2 items, Nyack, New York, August 26; Washington, D.C., August 30, 1902 August 26, 30.
209. Trippe, Morton Finch, missionary. 1 item, Salamanca, New York. [Declines invitation; doesn't want to get involved in fight over Vreeland Bill], 1902 September 9.
210. Twombly, Reverend Alexander Stevenson, clergyman, author. 2 items, Newton, Massachusetts. [If can't come, will send paper on Hawaii], 1902 October 4-20.
211. Vreeland, U.S. Representative Edward 3., of New York, author of Vreeland Bill. 9 items, Washington, D.C. March 25; Salamanca, New York, August 4-December 26. [Recommends men for Conference; letter of December 26 discusses fight over Bill], 1902 March 25, August 4-December 26.
212. Wadhams, Frederick Eugene, lawyer. 2 items, Albany, New York. [Discusses people for Conference], 1902 July 24-August 23.
213. Walker, Rt. Reverend William D., P.E. bishop of Western New York. 2 items, Buffalo. [Speaks of "the unrighteous Vreeland Bill"], 1902 October 15-18.
214. Ward, William Hayes, editor, The Independent. 2 items, New York. [Mentions people for Conference], 1902 September 22-October 13.
215. Weldon, Judge Lawrence, of U.S. Court of Claims. 1 item, Bloomington, III., 1902 September 10.
216. Welsh, Herbert, corresponding secretary Indian Rights Association 1 item, Sunapee, New Hampshire, 1902 September 23.
217. Wheeler, Candace Thurber, author. 1 item, New York City, 1902 September 9.
218. Wheeler, Brigadier General, U.S.A. 1 item, Wheeler, Alabama, 1902 October 29.
219. Whittlesey, General Eliphalet, ex-secretary U.S, Board of Indian Commissioners. 2 items, Waterville, New Hampshire, September 11; Washington, D.C., 1902 October 10.
220. White, Horace, editor, and president, New York Evening Post, 1 item, New York. [Rather curt refusal], 1902 October 17.
221. Wilber, Francis A. 2 items, Mt. Vernon, Ohio. [Suggests name for Conference], 1902 July 28-August 5.
222. Williams, John J. 2 items, Brooklyn, New York. [Recommends Reverend Dr. Samuel Parkes Cadman as Conference member], 1902 September 23-October 27.
223. Wilkinson, John J. 1 item, Newburgh, New York. [Recommends man for Conference], 1902 August 25.
224. Wilson, James Grant, author. 2 items, Norfolk, Connecticut, September 6; New York, October 17, 1902 September 6, October 17.
225. Wilson, Major General James H., soldier and railroad builder. 1 item, Wilmington, Delaware, 1902 September 21.
226. Wistar, Edward M. 1 item, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1902 September 9.
227. Wister, Owen. 2 items, Saunderstown, Rhode Island, 1902 September 19-October 11.
228. Wood, Frank, Conference treasurer and printer of Report. 2 items, Boston, Massachusetts. [Explains delays in getting out 1902 Report], 1903 January 19-February 26.
229. Wood, James, humanitarian. 1 item, Mt. Kisco, New York, 1902 September 6.
230. Wood, Reverend Nathan Eusebius, theologian, president Newton Theological Institute 1 item, Newton Centre, Massachusetts, 1902 September 17.
231. Wood, Brigadier General (later Major Senator) Leonard. 1 item, Paris, 1902 August 24.
232. Wright, Reverend F. H. 2 items, Colony, Oklahoma, September 3; Fort Sill, Oklahoma. [Discusses man inquired about by Mr. Smiley; tells of abuses of Indians by whites], 1902 September 29.
Box 5A: Letter book. Carbons of letters from Mohonk, concerning Indian Conferences, 1902 October 13-1904 October 17.
Box 5-A
1. Complete list of all invited to Indian Conference with notes on answers; one notebook of acceptances; one notebook of names recommended.
2. List of subscriptions to publication expenses, 1902, with Treasurers' statement of balance carrying over to 1903, 1902-1903.
3. Abbott, Reverend Edward, distinguished clergyman, pros. Indian Industries League. 3 items, Wilton, New Hampshire undated Cambridge, Massachusetts, October 18; Washington, October 28, undated, 1903 October 18, 28.
4. Abbott, Reverend Lyman, editor, The Outlook. 5 items (with enclosure). [Encloses proof of editorial, "Indian Reform", to be published in The Outlook], 1903 July 30-October 26.
5. Allen, Charles H., ex-U.S. Representative from Massachusetts, ex-asst. secretary Navy, ex governor Puerto Rico. 2 items, Lowell, Massachusetts, 1903 July 23-September 8.
6. American Anti-Saloon League. 1 item (with enclosure), Washington, D.C., 1903 October 19.
7. Anderson, Reverend Joseph, student of Indian languages and antiquities 1 item, Waterbury, Connecticut. [Recommends Native American woman to give performance during summer at Mohonk], 1903 September 17.
8. Anderson, Brigadier General Thomas McArthur, U.S.A., retired. 1 item, Erie Co., Ohio, 1903 October 23.
9. Andrews, Rt. Reverend Edward G., M.E. bishop of New York. 1 item, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1903 September 15.
10. Arbuckle, John, coffee merchant. 1 item, Brooklyn, New York, 1903 September 25.
11. Barker, Rear Admiral Albert Smith, U.S.N. 1 item, Martha's Vineyard, 1903 September 10.
12. Barrows, Isabel Chapin, secretary and editor, Mohonk Indian Conference 1 item, Georgeville, Quebec. [Says she can no longer report the Conference], 1903 September 8.
13. Barrows, Samuel June, U.S. Commissioner, International Prison Commission. 5 items, New York. [Suggests men for Conference], 1903 September 9-October 16.
14. Bell, Brigadier General James F., U.S.A. 1 item, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, 1903 September 9.
15. Benedict, John D., superintendent of schools in Indian Territory. 1 item, Muskogee, Indian Territory. [Discusses problems in "civilizing" Native Americans], 1903 October 17.
16. Bergen, Professor J. T. 1 item, Holland, Michigan. [Speaks of baptism of Geronimo (Goyaalé), Chiricahua Apache chief], 1903 September 8.
17. Beveridge, U.S. Senator Albert J., of Indiana. 1 item, Indianapolis, 1903 September 7.
18. Bonaparte, Charles J., member U.S. Board Indian Commissioners [later Secretary of Navy and Attorney General] 1 item, Baltimore, Maryland, 1903 October 19.
19. Brown, U.S. Representative, W. E., of Wisconsin. 1 item, Rhinelander, Wisconsin, 1903 August 14.
20. Brown, William L., Hampton Institute. 4 items (with enclosure), Melrose, Massachusetts, September 11; Hampton, Virginia, September 18-October 28. [Sends information on men for Conference] Notebook, kept by Mrs. D. Smiley, listing people expected at Indian Conference of 1903, 1903 September 11, September 18-October 28.
21. Brownell, S. B. 1 item, New York, October 12. [Gives ideas on how to settle Indian question].
22. Browning, E. F. 1 item (plus handwritten notes for reply from Mohonk), New York City. [Asks about Laguna Pueblo pottery work; reply says it failed], 1903 August 31.
23. Brooke, Rt. Reverend Francis Key, P.E. bishop of Oklahoma and Indian Territory. 1 item, Chandler, Oklahoma. [Speaks of sad condition of indigenous nations in Oklahoma territory], 1903 September 13.
24. Brooke, Major General John R., U.S.A., retired. 1 item, Rosemont, Pennsylvania, 1903 September 14.
25. Burke, U.S. Representative Charles H., of South Dakota. 1 item, Pierre, South Dakota, 1903 September 8.
26. Burton, Frederick R., composer, performer of Native American (primarily Anishinaabe/Ojibwe) music. 2 items, Yonkers, New York. [Asks permission to attend Conference; offers to sing Ojibwe songs; discusses Native American music], 1903 September 21-25.
27. Brosius, S. M., agent Indian Rights Association. 1 item, Washington, D. C., 1903 October 5.
28. Butler, Nicholas Murray, president Columbia University1 item, New York City. [Discusses man for Conference], 1903 August 17.
29. Campbell, F. C., superintendent Indian School Service. 1 item, Fort Shaw, Montana, 1903 September 21.
30. Candler, Rt. Reverend Warren A., M.E. bishop for the South. 1 item, Atlanta, Georgia, 1903 September 7.
31. Capen, Samuel B., merchant. 1 item, Boston, Massachusetts, 1903 October 7.
32. Carroll, Henry King, ex-U.S. Commissioner to Puerto Rico. 1 item, New York, 1903 September 18.
33. Carter, Sybil, teacher of Indians. 1 item, Morton, Minnesota, undated.
34. Cheney, Elizabeth S., philanthropist. 1 item, Peterborough, New Hampshire, 1903 September 21.
35. Clapp, U.S. Senator Moses E., of Minnesota. 1 item, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1903 August 1.
36. Clark, Reverend Francis E., founder and president United Society of Christian Endeavor. 2 items, Boston, Massachusetts, 1903 September 14-October 19.
37. Clark, U.S. Senator William Andrews, of Montana. 1 item, Paris, 1903 August 28.
38. Collins, Mary C., missionary. 1 item, Little Eagle, South Dakota. [Says conditions on Standing Rock Reservation are better and that Mohonk has helped by exposing evil-doers], 1903 October 1.
39. Compton, L. M., superintendent U.S. Indian School, Tomah, Wisconsin 1 item, Tomah, 1903 September 12.
40. Conant, Thomas 0., editor, The Examiner. 1 item, New York, 1903 September 15.
41. Cook, Emily S., Indian Office. 1 item, Washington, D. C., 1903 October 16.
42. Cornelius, Isabel C. [Oneida] 1 item, Oneida, Wisconsin, 1903 September 21.
43. Creegan, Charles Cole [later president Fargo (N.D.) College] 1 item, New York, 1903 September 14.
44. Curtis, U.S. Representative Charles, of Kansas [later Vice President U.S.) 2 items, Topeka, Kansas, 1903 August 22-September 8.
45. Custer, Elizabeth Bacon, author, widow of General Custer. 1 item, Bronxville, New York, 1903 September 15.
46. Davis, Charles L., superintendent Indian School, Fort Totten, N. D. 2 items, Fort Totten, 1903 September 16-October 17.
47. Davis, Major General George Whitefield, U.S.A., retired. 1 item, Washington, D.C., 1903 December 20.
48. Davis, J. W. [Massachusetts Indian Association?) 3 items, Waterville, New Hampshire, September 13; Newton, Massachusetts, September 26; Boston, Massachusetts, October 13. [Discusses possibility of ex-Secretary of Navy John Davis Long at- tending Conference; mentions Long's "indiscreet quotation" of Theo. Roosevelt in Outlook article), 1903.
49. Dawes, Anna L., author, daughter of late Senator Dawes of Massachusetts 2 items, Pittsfield, Massachusetts, 1903 September 14-October 27.
50. Day, Judge William R., U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. 1 item, Canton, Ohio, 1903 September 11.
51. Denby, Charles, authority on China [later consul general, Shanghai) 1 item, Evansville, Indiana, 1903 July 29.
52. de Schweinitz, Paul, secretary of missions, Moravian Church in America. 3 items, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. [Discusses man for Conference, conflicts between Catholic and Protestant Missionaries, etc), 1903 September 7-October 28.
53. Dewey, Admiral George, U.S.N. 2 items, Washington, D.C., 1903 July 27-September 21.
54. Dickerson, Emma R. 1 item. Waterville, New Hampshire, 1903 August 27.
55. Dickinson, Mary Lowe, author. 2 items, Franconia, New Hampshire, September 7; New York City, October 20, 1903 September 7, October 20.
56. Doane, Rt. Reverend William Croswell, P.E. bishop of Albany. 1 item, North East Harbor, Maine, 1903 September 7.
57. Doubleday, F.N., publisher. 1 item, New York, 1903 September 8.
58. Draper, Andrew Sloan, president University of Illinois. 2 items, Morningside, New York, August 10; Champaign, Illinois. [discusses man for conference], 1903 October 6.
59. Eaton, Edward D., president Beloit College. 3 items, Beloit, Wisconsin. [Letter of November 12 tells of address he gave to students about Mohonk and its influence), 1903 July 29-November 12.
60. Eaton, Brigadier General John, ex-president Marietta College, ex-president Sheldon Jackson College, ex-inspector of education for Puerto Rico. 1 item, Washington, D. C., 1903 October 12.
61. Edwards, Clarence Ransom, U.S.A. [later Major general) chief Bureau of Insular Affairs. 1 item, Washington, D.C. [Suggests man for Conference), 1903 August 7.
62. Fisk, Mrs. Clinton B., president Woman's Home Missionary Society, M.E. Church. 2 items, New York, 1903 September 16-October 24.
63. Fitzgerald, U.S. Representative John J., of New York. 2 items, Brooklyn, New York.
64. Fletcher, Alice C., ethnologist. 1 item, Washington, D. C., 1903 October 14, August 4-October 17.
65. Foard, Josephine, teacher of Laguna Pueblo. 1 item, Laguna, New Mexico. [Tells of reestablishing pottery under Government auspices), 1903 September 17.
66. Franklin, Walter Simonds, civil engineer. 1 item, Baltimore, Maryland, 1903 October 8.
66a. Frissell, Hollis Burke, principal, Hampton Institute. 2 items, Pawling, New York, Hampton, Virginia, October 19. [thanks Mr. Smiley for helping Hampton], 1903 September 21.
67. Frye, Myra E., president Maine Indian Association. 1 item, Portland, Maine, 1903 September 25.
68. Gamble, U.S. Senator Robert J., of South Dakota. 1 item, Yankton, South Dakota, 1903 September 17.
69. Ganss, Reverend Dr. H. G., Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions. 3 items, Carlisle, Pennsylvania; Manhattanville, New York. [Speaks of influence of Conference in bringing Catholic and Protestant workers closer together], 1903 September 5, September 25-October 19.
70. Garfield, James Rudolph, member U.S. Civil Service Commission. 2 items, Washington, D.C., 1903 July 27-September 8.
71. Garland, Hamlin. 1 item, Cos Cob, Connecticut, 1903 September 7.
72. Garrett, John B. 1 item, Rosemont, Pennsylvania. [Speaks of Friends committee for working with indigenous nations of New York], 1903 June 17.
73. Garrett, Philip C., member U.S. Board Indian Commissioners [?3 2 items, Philadelphia. [Expresses sympathy to Smileys in death of Alfred], 1903 February 21-October 8.
74. Gates, Merrill E., secretary U.S. Board Indian Commissioners. 5 items (with enclosure), Washington, D.C. [Lengthy discussion of Board affairs. Letter of June 3 speaks of hostility of U.S. Indian Office to Board of Indian Commissioners; gives addresses of men for Conference], 1903 June 3-November 12.
75. Gibbons, His Eminence James, Cardinal, R.C. archbishop of Baltimore. 1 item, Baltimore, Maryland, 1903 October 1.
76. Gill, Laura Drake, dean Barnard College. 1 item, New York, 1903 October 12.
77. Gilman, Daniel Colt, internationally known educator. 1 item, Washington, D.C., 1903 October 5.
78. Gilman, Gorham D., former (resident of Hawaii, lecturer. 1 item, Boston. [Gives information on men for conference; offers paper on Hawaiian political situation], 1903 September 29.
79. Gilmore, J. H., professor of English, Rochester University1 item, Rochester, New York, 1903 October 9.
80. Goodman, C. W., superintendent U.S. Indian Training School, Phoenix, Arizona 1 item, Phoenix, 1903 September 9.
81. Grinnell, George Bird, editor, author, explorer. 1 item, New York, 1903 October 9.
82. Hale, Edward Everett. 1 item [no place], undated.
83. Hall, Harwood, superintendent Indian School, Riverside, California 1 item, Riverside, 1903 September 14.
84. Hallock, Reverend Joseph Newton, editor, The Christian Work and Evangelist. 1 item, New York. [Requests special accommodations for blind wife], 1903 October 17.
85. Hamlin, Reverend Teunis S., prominent Presbyterian clergyman. 1 item, Washington, D.C., 1903 October 14.
86. Hare, Rt. Reverend William Hobart, P.E. bishop of South Dakota. 1 item, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 1903 September 8.
87. Harkness, William, investments [Harkness of Yale] 2 items, Brooklyn, New York, 1903 October 1-19.
88. Harris, William T., U.S. Commissioner of Education [later Senator3 1 item, Washington, D.C., 1903 September 14.
89. Hart, Professor Albert Bushnell. 2 items, San Rafael, California; Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1903 August 10, October 3.
90. Haskell, J. G. 1 item, Lawrence, Kansas, 1903 September 10.
91. Henderson, ex-U.S. Senator John B., of Missouri. 1 item, Bar Harbor, Maine, 1903 September 10.
92. Hendrix, Rt. Reverend Eugene Russell, M.E. bishop of the South. 1 item, Kansas City, Missouri, 1903 September 18.
93. Higginson, Thomas Wentworth. 1 item, Dublin, New Hampshire, 1903 September 14.
94. Hill, U.S. Representative Ebenezer J., of Connecticut. 2 items, Norwalk, Connecticut, 1903 July 22-September 9.
95. Hitchcock, Ethan Allen, U.S. Secretary of Interior. 1 item, Washington, D.C., 1903 September 12.
96. Hoar, U.S. Senator George F., of Massachusetts. 1 item, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1903 September 8.
97. Hodgkins, Louise Manning, author, editor, Woman's Missionary Friend. 1 item, Auburndale, Massachusetts, 1903 October 6.
98. Howard, General C. H., man. editor, Farm, Field, and Fireside. 1 item, Chicago1903 September 18, 1903 September 18.
99. Howard, Major General Oliver Otis, U.S.A., retired, president Board of Directors, Lincoln Memorial University, Cumberland Gap, Tennessee 2 items, Burlington, Vermont, 1903 September 9-November 6.
100. Huntington, Daniel, artist. 1 item, Minnewaska, New York, 1903 September 13.
101. Hubbard, Jeremiah [Cherokee] Quaker missionary. 1 item, Miami, Indian Territory. [Tells of being robbed of home by whites, after 30 years' missionary work], 1903 September 22.
102. Hughes, Miss Katherine. 1 item, Ottawa. [Speaks of difficulty in rousing interest of Canadian public in indigenous peoples], 1903 June 3.
103. Hunt, William H., government of Puerto Rico. 1 item, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 1903 October 3.
104. Irwin, Agnes, dean Radcliffe College. 2 items, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1903 September 9-0ctober 19.
105. Ives, Marie E. [Indian] 1 item, New Haven, Connecticut, 1903 September 12.
106. Jackson, Sheldon, general agent, Bureau of Education, Alaska Division 4 items, (with note by Daniel Smiley), Washington, D.C.; Amsterdam, New York (by wife) [Offers stereopticon lecture on reindeer and missionary talk on Mormonism; suggests married couple for Conference], 1903 September 9-21, October 14-16.
107. Jacobs, J. T., member U.S. Board of Indian Commissioners 1 item, Detroit, Michigan, 1903 October 15.
108. James, Darwin R., member U.S. Board of Indian Commissioners 1 item, New York, 1903 October 14.
109. Janney, Joseph J. 1 item, Baltimore, Maryland, 1903 October 19.
110. Jenks, Jeremiah W., Cornell professor, member U.S. Commission on International Exchange. 2 items, St. Petersburg; Ithaca, New York, 1903 July 29, September 23.
111. Johnston, Charles, author, Bengal Civil Service, retired. 1 item, New York. [Suggests woman for Conference], 1903 September 21.
112. Jones, U.S. Senator James K., of Arkansas. 1 item, Washington, D.C., 1903 September 19.
113. Jones, W. A., U.S. Commissioner of Indian Affairs. 6 items, Washington, D.C. [Discusses men for Conference; last part of August 13 letter missing -- note says "Given to Lucien C. Warner at Conference"), 1903 August 13-October 20.
114. Keeler, Lucy Elliot. 2 items, Fremont, Ohio, 1903 September 10-November 17.
115. Kendrick, Georgia A., dean (lady principal) Vassar College. 1 item, Poughkeepsie, New York. [Says 507 Vassar students and faculty will be at Mohonk on Saturday of Conference], 1903 October 20.
116. Kennan, George, author, lecturer. 1 item, Baddeck, C. B., Nova Scotia, 1903 September 8.
117. Ketcham, U.S. Representative John H., of New York. 2 items, Dover Plains, New York; Washington, D.C., 1903 October 15, November 11.
118. King, Charles, soldier, author, ex-brigadier general vols., U.S.A. 1 item, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1903 September 7.
119. Kinney, Mrs. Sara T., president Connecticut Indian Association. 2 items, New Haven, Connecticut. [Asks address of Frederick Burton, singer of Anishinaabe (Ojibwe/Chippewa) songs, so she can ask him to sing at State Association meeting], 1903 October 16-25.
120. Lacey, U.S. Representative John F., of Iowa. 2 items, Oskaloosa, Iowa, 1903 July 25-September 8.
121. Lala, Ramon Reyes [Puerto Rican living in New York?] 1 item, Brooklyn, New York, 1903 July 25.
122. Leipziger, Henry M., supervisor of lectures, New York Board of Education. 1 item, New York, 1903 September 11.
123. Le Roy, Albert A., hotel owner [formerly employee of Smileys] 2 items, Unadilla, New York; Lakehurst, New Jersey, 1903 September 21, October 19.
124. Le Roy, James A., former secretary of Philippine Commission. 1 item, Durango, Mexico. [Still fighting T.B. (see 1902, #128); now U.S. consul at Durango; is sending article on need for more attention to Philippine affairs], 1903 August 7.
125. Lincoln, William H., shipping merchant, president Boston Chamber of Commerce. 2 items, Boston, Massachusetts, 1903 October 3-9.
126. Littauer, U.S. Representative Lucius N., of New York. 1 item, New York, 1903 September 14.
127. Long, John Davis, U.S. Secretary of Navy. 5 items, Hingham, Massachusetts and Buckfield, Maine. [Letter of October 26 suggests names for Arbitration Conference], 1903 June 22-October 28.
128. Longfellow, Alice M. 2 items, Cambridge, Massachusetts. [Asks invitation for secretary of Massachusetts Indian Association], 1903 September 19-October 10.
129. Mackay, Reverend Dr. Donald Sage, prominent Congregational clergyman. 1 item, Bluehill, Maine, 1903 August 14.
130. McCowan, S. M., superintendent Chilocco Agricultural School. 1 item, Chilocco, Oklahoma, 1903 August 4.
131. Marshall, U.S. Representative Thomas F., of North Dakota. 1 item, Detroit City, Minnesota, 1903 August 11.
132. Martin, A. G. [Myaamia] 1 item, Miami, I. T. [Asks help in establishing right to citizenship; cites wrong to members of the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma], 1903 September 25.
133. Martin, Edward S., ed., author. 1 item, New York, 1903 August 18.
134. Maynard, La Salle A., Leslie's Weekly. 2 items (with enclosure), Oneonta, New York(with note attached from H. C. Phillips to Mr. Smiley) [Sends article about Conference to Phillips for publication, with advice as to where to send it: suggests names for Conference], 1903 September 15-18.
135. Mead, Frank, missionary [?] 1 item, New York City. [Recommends woman for Conference], 1903 September 12.
136. Merritt, Major General Wesley, U.S.A., retired. 1 item, Little Boar's Head, New Hampshire, 1903 July 30.
137. Meserve, Charles Francis, president Shaw U., Raleigh, North Carolina 4 items, Squirrel I., Maine; Raleigh, North Carolina, November 9.[Discusses "Home Life of the Indian" as possible topic for Conference; suggests people who would be helpful in discussion], 1903 August 10-September 9.
138. Mooney, James, Bureau of American Ethnology, Smithsonian Institution. 3 items, Washington, D.C. [Discusses charges made against him by Mr. Seger of Colony, Oklahoma; tells of his own work; gives opinions on what measures should be taken to solve Native American problems], 1903 August 13-September 11.
139. Morrell, U.S. Representative Edward, of Pennsylvania. 2 items, Philadelphia, 1903 October 5-17.
140. Moss, Reverend Lemuel. 1 item, New York City, 1903 September 5.
141. Murray, Reverend A. G., missionary. 1 item, Pawnee, Oklahoma. [Suggests men for Conference], 1903 September 2.
142. Murrow, Reverend J. S., missionary. 1 item, Atoka, Indian Territories, pamphlet, "An Orphans' Home for Indians".
143. Needham, U.S. Representative J. C., of California. 1 item, Modesto, California, 1903August 27.
144. Nellis, George W., superintendent Oglala Boarding School, Pine Ridge, South Dakota 1 item, Pine Ridge, 1903 September 18.
145. Nelson, U.S. Senator Knute, of Minnesota. 1 item, Alexandria, Minnesota, 1903 September 3.
146. Noble, H. M., U.S. Indian Service. 1 item, Little Eagle, South Dakota. [Says he wrote his Senators about Vreeland Bill, as re- quested by Mr. Phillips; shows influence of Mohonk], 1903 February 9.
147. Nott, Charles C., chief justice, U.S. Court of Claims. 1 item, Williamstown, Massachusetts, 1903 October 2.
148. Ogden, Robert C. 1 item, New York, 1903 September 23.
149. Otis, Major General Elwell Stephen, U.S.A., retired. 1 item, Rochester, New York, 1903 August 28.
150. Page, Alfred R. 1 item, New York, 1903 October 2.
151. Parker, Alton Brooks. 1 item, Rosemont, 1903 September 11.
152. Payne, U.S. Representative Sereno E., of New York. 1 item, Auburn, New York, 1903 September 28.
153. Peairs, Hervey B., superintendent Haskell Institute. 1 item, Lawrence, Kansas, 1903 September 8.
154. Peirce, Charles F., superintendent Riggs Institute, Flandreau, South Dakota 1 item, Flandreau. [Can't come; has two liquor cases coming up in court], 1903 September 27.
155. Pellew, Henry Edward, civic reformer. 1 item, Sharon, Connecticut. EP.S. shows difficulties of getting to and from Mohonk], 1903 September 14.
156. Penrose, Stephen B. L., president Whitman College, Walla Walla, Washington 1 item, Walla Walla, 1903September 11.
157. Perry, Bliss. 1 item, Boston, Massachusetts, 1903 September 10.
158. Platt, U.S. Senator Orville H., of Connecticut 2 items, Washington, Connecticut, Washington, D.C., 1903 August 1.
159. Plimpton, George A., Publisher. 1 item, New York. Recommends man for Conference], 1903 September 22.
160. Pratt, Lieutenant Colonel [later Brigadier General] Richard Henry, U.S.A., founder and superintendent Carlisle Indian School. 3 items, Carlisle (with enclosure); Denver, Colorado, September 23; Carlisle, October 14. [Answers letter, forwarded by Mr. Phillips, from Canadian doctor asking if Canadian Indian boy could attend Carlisle], 1903 January 15.
160a. Press material. 3 items (1 enclosure), 1903 January-October.
161. Pugsley, U.S. Representative Cornelius Amory, of New York. 2 items, Peekskill, New York, 1903 September 30-October 13.
162. Quarles, U.S. Senator Joseph Very, of Wisconsin. 1 item, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1903 August 1.
163. Quinton, Amelia S., president Woman's National Indian Association 1 item, New York, 1903 September 22.
164. Raymond, Andrew Van Vranken, president Union College. 1 item, Schenectady, New York, 1903 December 9.
165. Reel, Estelle, U.S. Supt. of Indian Schools. 1 item, Carlisle, Pennsylvania. [Speaks of good work being done among Sioux Nations, 1903 December 22.
166. Resolution adopted at Lake Mohonk 20th Annual Conference of Friends of the Indian, urging Congress to pass the Vreeland Bill, providing for allotment of New York Indian lands and full citizenship for New York Indians.
167. Riis, Jacob A., author, sociologist. 1 item, New York, 1903 September 15.
168. Robertson, Alice M., school supervisor for Creek Nation. 1 item, Muskogee, Indian Territories, 1903 September 8.
169. Roe, Mary W. and Walter C., missionaries, founders of Mohonk Lodge, Colony, Oklahoma 4 items (with enclosure), New York; Colony. [Walter Roe's letter of August 4 tells of conversion of Geronimo (Goyaalé), Chiricahua Apache chief; suggests man for Conference; correspondence. also tells of work at Mohonk Lodge], 1903 May 15, June 25-August 25.
170. Rose, William J., Conference reporter. 2 items, Boston, Massachusetts. [Tells charges for reporting Conference], 1903 September 18-21.
171. Ryan, Most Reverend Patrick John, R.C. archbishop of Philadelphia, member U.S. Board of Indian Commissioners. 1 item, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
172. Sanders, Frank K., author, editor, dean Yale Divinity School. 1 item, New Haven, Connecticut, 1903 September 18.
173. Sanford, Reverend D. A., missionary. 1 item, Bridgeport, Oklahoma. [Takes issue with Major Randlett in criticism of Mr. Smiley and another Indian Commissioner; speaks of conditions on Tsistsistas and Hinono'ei (Cheyenne and Arapahoe) reservations; says agency system should be abolished], 1903 July 8.
174. Sargent, Frank Pierce, U.S. Commissioner General of Immigration. 3 items, Washington, D.C., 1903 August 20-September 9.
175. Schurman, J. G., president Cornell University1 item, Ithaca, New York, 1903 August 13.
176. Scott, Austin, president Rutgers College. 1 item, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 1903 September 14.
177. Scott, Hugh Lennox, army officer [later Major general], government Sulu Archipelago, Philippines 1 item, Job, Philippines. [Tells about, 1903 September 11.
178. Scudder, Myron T., educator, principal of New York State Normal School. 1 item, New Paltz, New York, 1903 September 10.
179. Seger, John H., superintendent Seger Colony Indian Training School. 1 item, Colony, Oklahoma, 1903 September 12.
180. Seelye, L. Clark, president Smith College. 1 item, Northampton, Massachusetts, 1903 September 8.
181. Sharpless, Isaac, President Haverford College. 1 item, Haverford, Pennsylvania, 1903 September 7.
182. Sherman, U.S. Representative James S., of New York 3 items, Utica, New York; Washington, D.C., 1903 July 8-September 8, December 14.
183. Skenandore, Nancy Cornelius [Indian] 1 item, Oneida, Wisconsin, 1903 October 16.
184. Slocum, William F., president Colorado College. 2 items, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1903 September 12-October 16.
185. Smith, Catherine V. [Cherokee] 1 item, Hudson, I.T [Asks Mr. Albert Smiley's help in getting back her lands to another memeber of the Cherokee Nation in process of allotting lands].
186. Smith, George Williamson, president Trinity College. 2 items, Connecticut, August 20; Berlin, Germany, 1903 September 21.
187. Sparhawk, Frances Campbell. 1 item, Newton Centre, Massachusetts, [Speaks of cases of eviction of Native Americans by whites].
188. Strauss, Oscar S. 1 item, New York, September 8.1903 October 8, September 10, Springs.
189. Taylor, James M., president Vassar College. 1 item, Poughkeepsie, New York, 1903 November 7.
190. Thomas, M. Carey, president Bryn Mawr College. 1 item, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, 1903 October 10.
191. Thurston, ex-U.S. Senator John M., of Nebraska. 2 items, Washington, D.C., 1903 August 6-September 25.
192. Twombly, Reverend Alexander Stevenson, clergyman, author. 1 item, Newton, Massachusetts. [Speaks of "sombre status" of things in Hawaii], 1903 September 21.
193. Vreeland, U.S. Representative Edward B., of New York. 9 items (with enclosure), Washington, D.C. [Mainly concerned with Vreeland Bill], 1903 January 9-December 14.
194. Walker, Rt. Reverend William D., P.E. bishop of Western New York. 1 item, Buffalo, 1903 October 15.
195. Ward, William Hayes, editor, The Independent. 1 item, New York, 1903 October 19.
196. West Hill Press, Ithaca, New York 2 items (with envelopes), prospectus of Story of the Cherokee Bible, by George E. Foster, and, "A Word of Introduction," by William Elliot Griffis.
197. Wheeler, Candace Thurber, author. 1 item, Hollis, L.I., New York, 1903 September 25.
198. Wheeler, Edward Jewitt, editor, The Literary Digest. 1 item, New York. [Speaks of fight he is engaged in, against the "Tammany braves."], 1903 September 21.
199. Whitaker, Rt. Reverend Ozi William, P.E. bishop of Pennsylvania. 1 item, Saranac Lake, New York, 1903 September 9.
200. White, Horace, president and editor, the New York Evening Post. 1 item, New York, 1903 September 7.
201. Whittlesey, General Eliphalet, ex-secretary U.S. Board of Indian Commissioners 2 items, Waterville, New York; Washington, D.C., October 16. [Opposes Dr. Abbott's proposal to transfer Indian Bureau from Department of Interior to War Department], 1903 September 14.
202. Williams, Talcott, journalist. 1 item, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, undated.
203. Wilson, James Grant, author. 1 item, Norfolk, Connecticut, 1903 September 8.
204. Wilson, Major General James H., soldier, railroad builder. 2 items, Wilmington, Delaware, 1903 September 12-October 13.
205. Wistar, Edward M. 1 item, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1903 September 18.
206. Wood, Frank, Conference treasurer, printer of Report. 14 items (with enclosures), Boston, Massachusetts. [Discusses preparation of Conference Report; letter of August 6 discusses two men, advises against them for Conference Letter of January 8, 1904, gives confidential opinion of Mrs. Barrows as editor, encloses letter from her], 1903 August 6-1904 February 8.
207. Wood, James, humanitarian. 1 item, Mt. Kisco, New York, 1903 October 14.
208. Wood, Nathan E., president Newton Theological Institute. 1 item, Newton Centre, Massachusetts, 1903 September 16.
209. Woodruff, Clinton Rogers, lawyer, special Indian Commissioner (with Charles J. Bonaparte) to investigate charges of fraud. 1 item, Tishomingo, Indian Territories, November 26, 1903-1904.
1. Record of Indian Conference (with tabulation of replies). Also one notebook of acceptances, 1904.
2. Indian Conference cards (not complete), 1895-1904.
3. List of subscriptions to publication expenses, with Treasurer's statement showing balance carrying over to 1904, 1903-1904.
4. Press release: "Indians -- Filipinos -- Porto Ricans; The Coming Conference at Lake Mohonk in Their Interest," by A.L. Maynard (with list of papers sent to and papers accepting article), 1904 October 9.
5. Press release: "Lake Mohonk Indian Conference; a Review of its Proceedings." (sent out to dailies and weeklies).
6. Abbott, Reverend Edward, distinguished clergyman, ex-president Indian Industries League. 1 item, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1904 September 6.
7. Abbott, Reverend Lyman, editor, The Outlook. 1 item, New York, September 8.
8. Alexander, James B., superintendent Pima Training School, Sacaton, Arizona 1 item, Sacaton, 1904 October 3.
9. Alexander, W. D., Coast and Geodetic Survey, U.S. Treasury Department 1 item, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii. [Suggests men for Conference; mentions some of Hawaii's problems], 1904 August 2.
10. Allen, Charles H., ex governor Puerto Rico. 2 items, New York; Lowell, Massachusetts. [Suggests men for conference], 1904 April 25, August 25.
11. Allen, Edgar A., superintendent Carlisle Indian School. 2 items, Carlisle, Pennsylvania; Wyandotte, I.T, 1904 September 22, October 10.
12. Allen, Walter, journalist, ex-special Indian commissioner. 1 item [no place], undated.
13. Ames, Reverend Azel. 3 items, Wakefield, Massachusetts. [August 20 letter recommends men for Puerto Rico part of Conference], 1904 August 20-October 28.
14. Anderson, Reverend Joseph, student of Indian languages and antiquities 2 items, Woodmont, Connecticut; Waterbury, Connecticut, 1904 September 12, December 30.
15. Andrews, Rt. Reverend Edward G., M.E. bishop of New York. 1 item, Minnewaska, New York, 1904 September 5.
16. Arbuckle, John, coffee merchant. 1 item, New York, 1904 October 5.
17. Armstrong, William N. 3 items, New York, September 2; Washington, D.C. [Speaks of need to tell story of Hawaii more fully; sends copy of his book; sends abstract of speech he will make at Conference], 1904 October 8-November 1.
18. Asbury, C. H., superintendent U.S. Indian Training School, Carson City, Nevada. 1 item, Carson City, 1904 September 16.
19. Atkinson, Frederick W., ex-superintendent of education in Philippines, president Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute. 6 items, Newton, Massachusetts; Brooklyn, New York. [Suggests people and topics for Conference; discusses paper he will present], 1904 May 16-August 17, September 29-October 5.
20. Avalos, J. B. [Indian] 1 item, Parkville, Missouri, [postmarked October 31], 1904.
21. Bailey, Charles B. 1 item (with enclosure), Washington, D.C, 1904 October.
20. [Encloses clipping about charges made by Reverend Father Schell of Nebr. as to white buyers defrauding Ho-Chunk Nation (Winnebago) over sale of land.].
22. Bard, U.S. Senator Thomas R., of California. I item, Hueneme, California. Notebook, kept by A.K. Smiley, listing people expected at Conference of 1904, 1904 September 29.
23. Barker, Rear Admiral Albert Smith, U.S.N. 2 items, at sea, 1904 August 5-September 13.
24. Barrows, Samuel June, prison authority. 1 item, St. Louis, 1904 September 11.
25. Bean, Hannah E., California Friend. 1 item (with 2 enclosures), San Jose, California. [Sends 2 petition forms issued by the Northern California Indian Association, and asks Mr. Smiley's help in getting them publicized], 1904 January 10.
26. Bearfoot, Reverend Isaac. [Onandaga] clergyman, superintendent of the Six Nations Indian Schools. 2 items, Caledonia, Ontario, 1904 February 12-October 11.
27. Bell, Brigadier General later Major General James Franklin, U.S.A. 2 items, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, 1904 July 5-August 16.
28. Bell, Brigadier General James Montgomery, U.S.A., retired. 1 item, Washington, D.C, 1904 September 9.
29. Bergen, J. T. 1 item, Holland, Michigan. [Speaks of of his attempts to promote Christianity and Western-style education in the Comanche Nation.], 1904 September 23.
30. Benedict, John D., superintendent of schools in Indian Territory 1 item, Muskogee, Indian Territory. Long, detailed letter, discussing Native American problems still remaining to be solved], 1904 October 15.
31. Biddle, Major [later Major General] John, U.S.A. 2 items, Washington, D.C, 194 June 18-September 19.
32. Birnie, Reverend Douglas Putnam, former resident of Hawaii. 1 item, Rye, New York, 1904 October 14.
33. Bonaparte, Charles J., member U.S. Board of Indian Commissioners [later Secretary of Navy and U.S. Attorney General] 6 items, Baltimore, Maryland. [Agrees to preside over Conference, though not very well acquainted with details of work among Native Americans], 1904 July 8-November 7.
34. Brooke, Major General, John R., U.S.A., retired. 1 item, CE] Canada, 1904 July 29.
35. Brooke, Rt. Reverend Francis Key, P.E. bishop of Oklahoma and Indian Territory 1 item, Gambier, Ohio, 1904 September 12.
36. Brosius, S. M., agent Indian Rights Association 1 item, Washington, D.C, 1904 September 19.
37. Brown, John Crosby, banker. 1 item, Orange, New Jersey, 1904 September 15.
38. Brown, U.S. Representative Webster E., of Wisconsin. 2 items, Rhinelander, Wisconsin, 1904 September 13-November 12.
39. Brown, William L., Hampton Institute. 2 items, Hampton, Virginia; Boston, Massachusetts, 1904 August 3, September 28.
40. Brumbaugh, Martin Grove, 1st. commissioner of education to Puerto Rico, 1900-02 [later Governor of Pennsylvania] 7 items, Philadelphia and Gananoque, Ontario. [Discusses Puerto Rican problems and people to cover them at Conference], 1904 June 17-October 29.
41. Bryan, Elmer Burritt, superintendent education, Philippines, 1903 [later president.
Colgate University, Ohio State University 2 items, Bloomington, Indiana, 1904 May 17-September 14.
42. Buckman, U.S. Representative C. B., of Minnesota. 1 item, Little Falls, Minnesota, 1904 September 9.
43. Burgess, Miss M., Carlisle Arrrow. 1 item, n.p, undated.
44. Burke, U.S. Representative Charles H., of South Dakota. 1 item, Pierre, South Dakota, 1904 September 8.
44a. Barton, Charles E., superintendent Moqui Training School. 1 item, Keam's Canon, Arizona, 1904 September 17.
45. Burton, Frederick R., composer, performer of Native American (primarily Anishinaabe/Ojibwe) music. 2 items (with enclosures), Yonkers, New York. [Announces new book of Ojibwe songs and the formation of Society for the Preservation of Indian Folk Songs], 1904 May 28-September 22.
46. Byrne, Major Bernard Albert, U.S.A., winner Congressional Medal of Honor, 1902, for "gallantry at Bobbing, Negros, Philippines, July 19, 1899." I item, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1904 June 18.
47. Calkins, Franklin Welles, author. 1 item, Star Lake, Minnesota, 1904 July 11.
48. Campbell, S. W., U.S. Indian agent, La Pointe Indian Agency, Wisconsin 1 item, Ashland, Wisconsin. [Praises Commissioner Hitchcock; says many people's ideas about handling Native Americans would change if they had to do it], 1904 August 20.
49. Candler, Rt. Reverend Warren A., bishop, M.E. Church, South. 1 item, Atlanta, Georgia, 1904 September 10.
50. Canfield, James H., ex-president Ohio State University, 1 item, New York, 1904 August 26.
51. Capen, Samuel B., merchant. 1 item, Boston, 1904 September 12.
52. Carr, Brigadier General Camillo Casatti Cadmus, U.S.A. 2 items, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1904 June 27-September 11.
53. Carroll, Henry King, ex-U.S. commissioner to Puerto Rico. 1 item, New York, 1904 September 27.
54. Carter, Sybil, teacher at the White Earth Reservation. 2 items, New York, 1904 September 8-October 18.
55. Castle, William R., prominent resident of Honolulu, active in Hawaiian affairs of State. 1 item, San Francisco, California, 1904 October 15.
56. Chalcroft, Edwin L., superintendent U.S. Indian Training School, Chemawa, Oregon. 1 item, Chemawa, 1904 October 24.
57. Cheney, Elizabeth S., philanthropist. 1 item, Peterborough, New Hampshire, 1904 October 17.
58. Clark, U.S. Senator Clarence D., of Wyoming. 1 item [no place], undated.
59. Clark, Reverend Francis E., founder and president United Society of Christian Endeavor. I item, Boston, 1904 September 10.
60. Clark, U.S. Senator William Andrews, of Montana. 1 item, New York, 1904 September 15.
61. Clous, Brigadier General John Walter, U.S.A., retired. 1 item, Lake George, New York, undated.
62. Cochran, R. A., superintendent Rice Station Boarding School, Talklai, Arizona 1 item, Talklai, 1904 September 14.
63. Code, W. H., U.S. inspector of irrigation. 1 item, Shoshone Agency, Wyoming, 1904 September 22.
64. Collins, Mary C., missionary. 1 item, Little Eagle, South Dakota, 1904 September 12.
65. Comba, Brigadier General Richard, U.S.A., retired. 1 item [no place], 1904 September 17.
66. Conant, Thomas O., editor, The Examiner. 1 item, New York, 1904 September 12.
67. Cook, Emily S., Indian Office. 1 item, Washington, D.C, 1904 October 11.
68. Coppock, Benjamin S., school supervisor for Cherokee Nation. 1 item, Tahlequah, Indian Territories, 1904 September 27.
69. Creegan, Reverend Charles Cole [later president Fargo (N.D.) College] 1 item, New York. [Suggests men for Conference], 1904 September 29.
70. Crouse, C. W., superintendent Fort Apache Indian Agency. 1 item, White- river, Arizona, 1904 October 4.
71. Curtis, U.S. Representative Charles, of Kansas [later Vice President U.S.] 2 items, Topeka, Kansas, 1904 July 15-November 14.
72. Curtis & Archer, Stenographers. 3 items, New York City. [Discuss bid for job of reporting Conferences], 1904 March 21-April 1.
73. Davis, Charles L., superintendent Fort Totten Agency. 1 item, Fort Totten, North Dakota. [Speaks of conditions and work among Turtle Mountain Indians], 1904 July 29.
74. Davis, Major General George Whitefield, U.S.A., retired, government Panama Canal Zone. 1 item, Ancon, Canal Zone, 190 4July 20.
75. Davis, L. Clarke, editor, The Philadelphia Inquirer. 1 item, Atlantic City, New Jersey, 1904 September 7.
76. Davis, Sam B., superintendent Rapid City, South Dakota, Indian School. 2 items, Rapid City, South Dakota. [2 very well expressed letters; September 22 tells his wife, Eskimo woman, and her education], 1904 September 8-22.
77. Dawes, Miss Anna L., author, daughter of the late Senator Dawes of Massachusetts 6 items (with enclosure), Redlands, California (letter from Mrs. E. F. Smiley about Miss Dawes), March 15; Chicago, Illinois, and Pitts- field, Massachusetts. [Miss Dawes' letter of September 1 encloses one from Archibald S. McKennon and one addressed to him, concerning need for Prohibition in Indian Territory; suggests Capt. McKennon to speak at Conference], 1904 March 15-September 8.
78. Densmore, Frances, lecturer on Native American music. 1 item (with enclosure), Red. Wing, Minnesota, 1904 May 26.
79. de Schweinitz, Reverend Paul, secretary of missions, Moravian Church in America. 1 item, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, 1904 September 6.
80. Devendorf, U.S. Representative H. E., of New York. 1 item, Utica, New York, 1904 September 8.
81. Doubleday, F. N., publisher. 1 item, Mill Neck, L.I., New York, undated.
82. Dowling, M. J., spec. commissioner to Philippines, 1900. 2 items, Olivia, Minnesota, 1904 July 7-October l0.
83. Draper, Andrew Sloan, New York State Commissioner of Education. 2 items, Albany, 1904 July 13-September 6.
84. Drury, Reverend John B., internationally known Dutch Reformed clergyman. 1 item, New York, 1904 September 17.
85. Duncan, Reverend W. A. [Cherokee], Methodist minister. 1 item, Park [?]. Indian Territories. [Long letter addressed to members of Conference concerning evils of land allotment system], undated.
86. DuBois, Constance Goddard. 1 item, Waterbury, Connecticut. [Wants to bring Native American baskets (possibly Kumeyaay/Diegueño or Payómkawichum Luiseño) to sell at Conference], 1904 September 16.
87. Durant, Horace B., superintendent U.S. Indian Industrial School, Wyandotte, Indian Territories 2 items, Wyandotte, Indian Territories, 1904 August 30-October 13.
88. Dyer, Rear Admiral Nehemiah Mayo, U.S.N., retired. 2 items, Boston, Massachusetts, undated, 1904 July 22.
89. Eaton, Edward D., president Beloit College. 1 item, Beloit, Wisconsin cried].
90. Eaton, Brigadier General John. 1 item (plus penciled notes by Messrs. Phillips and Smiley), Washington, D.C. [Wants to bring his son and daughter to Conference; A.K.S. says no], 1904 September 6.
91. Edwards, Clarence Ransom, Army officer [later Major General], chief Bureau of Insular Affairs, War Department 2 items, Washington, D.C. [Suggests man for Conference], 1904 July 12-August 23.
92. Ellinwood, Reverend Frank Field, Presbyterian clergyman, professor. 1 item, Cornwall, Connecticut, 1904 September 11.
93. Ely, Anne S., Carlisle Indian School. 1 item, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, 1904 November 16.
94. Eustis, William H., special U.S. commissioner to Hawaiian Islands. 1 item, Minneapolis, Minnesota, July 5. [Discusses conditions of Kānaka Maoli (Native Hawaiians), leprosy, etc.; suggests men for Conference], 1902.
95. Evans, A. Grant, president Henry Kendall College, Muskogee, Indian Territories, delegate Pan-Presbyterian Council, Liverpool. Later president Oklahoma State University2 items, Muskogee, Indian Territories [undated]; Washington, D.C. October 22. [Thanks Mr. Smiley for arranging interview with President Roosevelt concerning ways of perpetuating Prohibition in Indian Territories; gives confidential account of interview], 1904.
96. Farley, Most Reverend James M., R.C. archbishop of New York 1 item, New York, 1904 August 27.
97. Fitzgerald, U.S. Representative John J., of New York. 3 items, Brooklyn, New York. [Recommends man for Conference], 1904 August 9-November 12.
98. Fletcher, Alice C., ethnologist. 1 item, Washington, D.C. [Speaks of strides made by Native Americans since she first attended Conference in 1884], 1904 October 17.
99. Foard, Josephine, manager of Laguna Pueblo pottery, Laguna, New Mexico 8 items (with 5 enclosures), Laguna, New Mexico. [Concerns renting of house at Laguna which she is leaving; tells state of pottery business], 1904 May 13-October 13.
100. Franklin, Walter S., civil engineer. 1 item, Baltimore, Maryland, 1904 October 1.
101. Frissell, Hollis Burke, principal of Hampton Institute 2 items, Hampton, Virginia, 1904 September 9-November 5.
102. Frye, Myra E., president Maine Indian Association 2 items, Portland, Maine, 1904 September 12-December 20.
103. Funston, Brigadier General Frederick, U.S.A. 1 item, Vancouver, Washington, 1904 September 19.
104. Ganss, Reverend Father H. G. 1 item, Carlisle, Pennsylvania. [Speaks of power of Conference in "narrowing sectional and denominational lines"], 1904 October 7.
105. Garrison, John R., treasury official, ex-auditor of Puerto Rico. 2 items, Atlantic City, New Jersey; Washington, D.C, 1904 August 23, September 7.
106. Garfield, James Rudolph, member U.S. Civil Service Commission. 1 item, Washington, 1904 September 6.
107. Garrett, Philip C., member U.S. Board Indian Commissioners 1 item, Philadelphia. [Discusses possibility of assimilating Native Americans into the United States and abolishing Indian Bureau], 1904 October 6.
108. Gates, Merrill E., secretary U.S. Board Indian Commissioners 8 items (with 3 enclosures), Washington, D. C. [Discusses bill to divide tribal funds; encloses letters sent him by A. Grant Evans about Prohibition in Indian Territories; recommends Mr. Evans for Conference; Discusses mistakes in printing of Conference Report], 1904 January 9-December 22.
109. Gibbons, His Eminence James, Cardinal, of Baltimore. 1 item, Baltimore. [Extract from letter sent to Archbishop, 1904 September 19.
110. Gilbert, Simeon. 1 item, Chicago, Illinois. [Advocates use of selections from Bible in public schools; wants Mr. Smiley to urge it in educational systems of "our Dependencies"], 1904 September 29.
111. Gilfillan, Reverend J. A., missionary. 2 items, Washington, D.C, 1904 September [17?]-October 11.
112. Gill, Laura D., dean Barnard College. 2 items, New York, 1904 September 13-October 8.
113. Gilman, Daniel Colt, internationally known educator. 2 items, Baltimore, Maryland, 1904 October 2-15.
114. Gilman, Gorham D., former resident of Hawaii, lecturer on it. 1 item, Boston, 1904 September 7.
115. Goodale, Brigadier General Greenleaf Austin, U.S.A., retired. 5 items, Wakefield, Massachusetts, 1904 June 23-October 24.
116. Goodman, C. W., superintendent U.S. Indian Industrial School, Phoenix, Arizona 1 item, Phoenix, 1904 August 6.
117. Greene, Lieutenant Colonel [later Major General] Henry A., U.S.A. 2 items, Washington, D.C.; Oklahoma City, 1904 July 2, September 10.
118. Gregg, Reverend David, D. D., president Western Theological Seminary, Allegheny, Pennsylvania 1 item, Allegheny, 1904 October 4.
119. Grinnell, George Bird, editor, author, explorer. 2 items, New York, 1904 August 10-September 6.
120. Hailman, W. N. 2 items, Des Moines, Iowa, August 3; Chicago, Illinois, 1904 September 22.
121. Hall, Harwood, superintendent Indian School, Riverside, California 1 item, Riverside, 1904 September 13.
122. Hall, Brigadier General Robert H., U.S.A., retired. 1 item, Washington, D.C, 1904 September 22.
123. Hamlin, Reverend Teunis, prominent Presbyterian clergyman. 1 item, Washington, D.C, 1904 October 8.
124. Hanford, Rear Admiral Franklin, U.S.N., retired. 2 items, Scottsville, New York. [Expresses particular interest in Philippine discussions; high opinion of Filipinos], 1904 July 5-September 7.
125. Hare, Rt. Reverend William Hobart, P.E. bishop of South Dakota. 1 item (with enclosure), Sioux Falls, South Dakota. [Encloses printed copy of address by him on methods of evangelizing Native Americans], 1904 September 22.
126. Harkness, William, investments [Harkness of Yale] 1 item, Brooklyn, New York, 1904 September 8.
127. Harlan, James S., ex-Attorney General of Puerto Rico. 2 items, Chicago, Illinois, 1904 June 24-September 16.
128. Harris, William T., U.S. Commissioner of Education. 1 item, Washington, D.C, 1904 October 17.
129. Hart, Albert Bushnell, Harvard professor 1 item, Dublin, New Hampshire, 1904 September 21.
130. Hart, Joseph C., superintendent Oneida Indian School, Oneida, Wisconsin 2 items, Oneida, 1904 August 23-October 17.
131. Hartzell, Charles, secretary of Puerto Rico and chairman Executive Council. 1 item, San Juan, 1902-1904, 1904 September 15.
132. Henderson, John B., ex-U.S. Senator from Missouri, ex-special Indian Commission member Pan American Congress, 1889-90. 2 items, Bar Harbor, Maine, 1904 July 25-September 9.
133. Hendrix, Rt. Reverend Eugene Russell, bishop M.E. Church, South. 2 items, Kansas City, Missouri, 1904 September 7-October 18.
134. Hermann, U.S. Representative Binger, of Oregon. 1 item, Roseburg, Oregon. [Long letter urging Mr. Smiley to advocate the outing system of "Indian training" (hiring out boys and girls from residential schools to local farmers during vacations)], 1904 July 6.
135. Higginson, Thomas Wentworth. 1 item, Dublin, New Hampshire, 1904 September 9.
136. Hill, U.S. Representative Ebenezer J., of Connecticut. 2 items, Norwalk, Connecticut, 1904 July 5-September 8.
137. Hitchcock, Ethan Allen, U.S. Secretary of Interior. 1 item, Washington, D.C, 1904 September 26.
138. Hobart, Mrs. G. A., widow of V. President U.S. Garrett Augustus Hobart. 1 item, Paterson, New Jersey, 1904 September 14.
139. Holland, M. F., supervisor Crow Tribe schools. 1 item, Crow Agency, Montana, 1904 October 8.
140. Hollander, Jacob H., economist, ex-treasurer of Puerto Rico, U.S. special agent on taxation in Indian Territories. 4 items (including letter to him from Albert Smiley), Muskogee, Indian Territories, July 20; Baltimore, Maryland, September 29-October 10. [Speaks of his work in Indian Territories; suggests men for Puerto Rico part of Conference program], 1904.
141. Hood, Brigadier General Charles Crook, U.S.A. retired. 1 item, Salem, Massachusetts. [Long letter telling of experiences as government of 3 Phil. provinces], 1904 August 30.
142. Horwill, Herbert W., editor, The Forum. 1 item, New York City, 1904 September 14.
143. Hosmer, Frank A., ex-president Oahu College, Honolulu. 3 items, Amherst, Massachusetts, 1904 August 29-October 7.
144. Howard, General C. H., man. editor, Farm, Field, and Fireside. 1 item, Chicago, 1904 September 9.
145. Howard, Major General Oliver Otis, U.S.A., retired, president Board of Directors, Lincoln Memorial University, Cumberland Gap, Tennessee 1 item, Burlington, Vermont, 1904 September 19.
146. Hunt, William H., Governor of Puerto Rico. 2 items, San Juan; Helena, Montana. [Suggests men for Puerto Rico program], 1904 May 20, September 12.
147. Hunter, Colonel Edward, U.S.A., retired, formerly secretary of U.S. Commission on Span. evacuation of P.R. 2 items, Willimantic, Connecticut, 1904 July 14-August 30.
148. Irwin, Agnes, dean Radcliffe College. 1 item, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1904 October 11.
149. Ives, Marie E. 1 item, New York, 1904 September 17.
150. Jackson, C. B., superintendent Sisseton Agency, South Dakota 1 item, Sisseton Agency, 1904 September 23.
151. Jackson, Sheldon, U.S. general agent for education in Alaska. 2 items, Washington, D.C, 1904 October 11-15.
152. Jacobs, Joseph T., member U.S. Board Indian Commissioners 1 item, Detroit, Michigan, 1904 October 6.
153. Jacobson, Axel, superintendent U.S. Indian School, Wittenberg, Wisconsin 1 item, Wittenberg, 1904 August 11.
154. James, Darwin R., member U.S. Board Indian Commissioners 1 item, New York, 1904 October 15.
155. Janney, Jos. J. 1 item, Baltimore, Maryland, 1904 October 8.
156. Jenkins, James E., U.S. Indian inspector. 1 item, Vinita, Indian Territories. [Speaks of criticisms of Indian inspectors and of their "thank- less task"), 1904 September 10.
157. Jenkins, William M., ex governor. Oklahoma Territory 2 items, Kaw City, Oklahoma, 1904 July 5-October 17.
158. Johnston, W. R., missionary. 1 item, Tolchaco, Arizona, 1904 October 24.
159. Jones, ex-U.S. Senator James Kimbrough, of Arkansas. 1 item, Washington, D.C, 1904 September 16.
160. Jones, W. A., U.S. Indian Commissioner. 5 items (one enclosure), Washington, D.C. [Hopes for fairer presentation of inspection system than at 1903 Conference; sends names of Inspectors et al for Cont.; tells of own resignation and appointment of Francis E. Leupp as Indian Commissioner), 1904 June 28-November 18.
161. Kappler, U.S. Senator Charles J., of 0) 2 items, Washington, D.C. [Speaks of his compilation of Native American laws and treaties], 1904 June 25-September 7.
162. Keeler, Lucy Elliot. 2 items, Fremont, Ohio, 1904 September 6-November 16.
163. Kelsey, C. E., secretary N. California Indian Association 4 items, printed. [Petition for allotment of lands to indigenous nations in Northern California, with request for signatures and booklet, "Plain Facts about California Indians.").
164. Kendrick, Georgia A., dean Vassar College. 1 item, Poughkeepsie, 1904 October 15.
165. Ketcham, Reverend Father William H., director Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions. 1 item, Washington, D.C, 1904 September 27.
166. King, Brigadier General Charles, vols. U.S.A., retired. 1 item, Milwaukee, 1904 September 7.
167. Kinney, Sara T., pros. Connecticut Indian Association 2 items (with enclosure), New Haven, Connecticut. [Tells of purchase of loving cup for General and Mrs. Whittlesey on their Golden Anniversary; encloses picture of cup), 1904 September 21-October 29.
168. Kirk, James E., superintendent Indian Training School, Warmspring, Oregon 1 item, Warm Spring Agency, Oregon, 1904 September 13.
169. Knapp, U.S. Representative Charles Luman, of New York. 1 item, Washington, D.C, 1904 July 6.
170. Lacey, U.S. Representative John F., of Iowa. 2 items, Oskaloosa, Iowa, 1904 September 7-November 12.
171. Ladd, Reverend Horatio Oliver, founder and 1st. president University of New Mexico, founder Ramona and U.S. Indian Schools, Santa Fe. 1 item, Jamaica [New York], 1904 October 15.
172. La Flesche, Francis [Omaha], ethnologist. 2 items, Washington, D.C. [Discussed need of Native Americans for friends, harmful effect of unearned wealth upon them], 1904 June 30-October 7.
173. Leipziger, Henry M., supervisor of lectures, New York Board of Education. 1 item, New York, 1904 September 9.
174. Lemly, Capt. [later Major] Henry Rowan, U.S.A., author. 2 items, New York; Macuto, Venezuela, 1904 July 10, October 1.
175. Lemmon, Theodore G., superintendent Grand Junction Indian Training School. 1 item, Grand Junction, Colorado, 1904 September 12.
176. Leonard & Satterlee, Shorthand Reporters. 2 items, Chicago. [Quote rates for reporting Indian Conference], 1904 May 14-23.
177. LeRoy, Albert A., hotel owner, former employee of Smileys'. 1 item, Unadilla, New York, 1904 September 17.
178. LeRoy, James A., former secretary Philippine Commission, U.S. consul, Durango, Mexico 2 items, Durango, Mexico. [Very full coverage of men for Phil. section of Conference program; discusses Phil. problem of status of Islands], 1904 June 28, undated.
179. Leupp, Francis E., soon-to-be U.S. Indian Commissioner 1 item, Tyringham, Massachusetts, 1904 September 8.
180. Lincoln, William H., shipping merchant, president Boston Chamber of Commerce. 1 item, York Harbor, Maine, 1904 September 13.
181. Lindsay, Samuel McCune, ex-U.S. commissioner of education in Puerto Rico. 5 items, New York and Philadelphia. [Suggests men and topics for Puerto Rico program], 1904 July 19-November 23.
182. Littauer, U.S. Representative Lucius N., of New York. 1 item, Gloversville, New York, 1904 September 6.
183. Livengood, J. C., superintendent Indian Industrial School, Pierre, South Dakota 1 item, Pierre, 1904 August 17.
184. Lodge, U.S. Senator Henry Cabot, of Massachusetts 1 item, Nahant, Massachusetts, 1904 September 9.
185. Long, U.S. Senator Chester I., of Kansas. 2 items, Medicine-Lodge, Kansas; [Washington], 1904 July 6, November 18.
186. Long, John Davis, ex-Secretary of Navy. 1 item, Boston, 1904 September 9.
187. Longfellow, Alice M. 1 item, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1904 September 7.
188. Mabie, Hamilton Wright, associate editor, The Outlook, author. 1 item, New York, 1904 October 14.
189. McArthur, D. D., superintendent Fort Mojave Indian School. 1 item, Mohave City, Arizona, 1904 September 12.
190. McCabe, Rt. Reverend Charles C., M.E. bishop of Philadelphia. 1 item, en route, 1904 September 10.
191. McCammon, Joseph K., ex-U.S. Attorney General, ex-special Indian commissioner. 1 item, Narragansett Pier, Rhode Island, 1904 September 8.
192. McChesney, Charles E., U.S. Indian Agent. 1 item, Rosebud Agency, South Dakota, 1904 August 15.
193. McKennon, Archibald S., attorney. 3 items, South McAlester, Indian Territories. [Pleads cause of Prohibition in Indian Territory; mentions people he will come with to Conference], 1904 September 9-October 13.
194. McKenzie, F. A., teacher. 2 items, Shoshoni Agency, Wyoming; Gananoque, Ontario. [Proposes a Fraternity of American Indians], 1904 January 9, August 15.
195. McLaughlin, James M., U.S. Indian inspector. 1 item, Muskogee, Indian Territories, 1904 September 21.
196. McNary, U.S. Representative William S., of Massachusetts 2 items, Boston, Massachusetts, 1904 August 17-September 12.
197. McNichols, Charles S., U.S. special Indian agent. 1 item, Umatilla Agency, Pendleton, Oregon. [Speaks of whites cheating Native Americans out of allotments], 1904 September 15.
198. Marshall, U.S. Representative Thomas F., of North Dakota. 1 item, Oakes, North Dakota, 1904 November 15.
199. Mead, Edwin Doak, author, lecturer, director World Peace Foundation. 1 item, Spofford, New Hampshire. [Warns Mr. Smiley against Belgian emissaries trying to neutralize American public opinion about scandals in Congo], 1904 October 16.
200. Mead, Frank. 1 item, Phoenix, Arizona. [Speaks of need for greater industrial development on all Indian reservations], 1904 October 15.
201. Meagley, W. E., superintendent Santee Agency, Nebr. 1 item, Santee Agency. [Speaks of Santee Sioux engaging with his lessons on Christianity and Western education.], 1904 September 8.
202. Mercer, Capt. W. A., superintendent U.S. Indian School, Carlisle, Pennsylvania 4 items, Carlisle. [Speaks of people who will represent Carlisle at Conference], 1904 July 12-October 4.
203. Merritt, Major General Wesley, U.S.A., retired. 2 items, Little Boar's Head, New Hampshire; Sunapee, New Hampshire, 1904 July 1, September 8.
204. Meserve, Charles Francis, president Shaw U., Raleigh, North Carolina, 3 items, Waterville, Maine, September 24, Raleigh, North Carolina. [Suggests people for Conference], 1904 November 22.
205. Miller, E. K., business manager, The Indian School Journal. 4 items, Chilocco, Oklahoma, 1904 February 15-September 22.
206. Mitscher, O. H., ex-Indian agent. 1 item, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. [Gives views on making Native Americans independent, abolishing agencies], 1904 August 16.
207. Mooney, James, ethnologist. 2 items, Mt. Scott, Oklahoma; Washington. [Criticizes Cherokees generosity regarding land allotments and tribal funds.], 1904 September 18, 1905 January 29.
208. Morrell, U.S. Representative Edward de V. of Pennsylvania. 1 item, Washington, D.C, 1904 July 7.
209. Murray, Reverend A. G., missionary. 1 item, Pawnee, Oklahoma. [Descriptive letter, advocating putting Native American children in public schools, freeing the Native Americans from government paternalism, and investigating a recent payment by Secretary of Interior of Osage funds directly to traders, rather than to Native Americans themselves], 1904 September 15.
210. Murray, William H., member Five Civilized Tribes Executive Committee for Independent Statehood. 1 item, Tishomingo, Indian Territories, 1904 November 6.
211. Nardin, E. C., superintendent Mt. Pleasant School. 2 items, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, 1904 August 25-October 17.
212. Nelson, U.S. Senator Knute, of Minnesota 2 items, Alexandria, Minnesota, 1904 July 9-September 8.
213. Niblack, Lieutenant Commander [later Vice Admiral] Albert Parker, U.S.N. 1 item, Honolulu, T.H, 1904 July 14.
214. Noble, H. M., superintendent Indian School and Agency, Whiteagle, Oklahoma 1 item, Whiteagle. [Says leasing and sale of Native American allotted lands needs consideration at Conference], 1904 October 5.
215. Nott, Charles C., chief justice U.S. Court of Claims. 2 items, Williamstown, Massachusetts, 1904 September 8-October 6.
216. Noyes, Theodore W., treasurer, later president Washington Evening Star. 1 item, Washington, D.C, 1904 September 6.
217. Odell, Benjamin Barker, government New York State. 1 item, New York, 1904 September 10.
218. Ogden, Robert O. 2 items, New York, 1904 July 11-September 8.
219. Oskison, John [Indian], editor, New York Evening Post. 2 items, New York, 1904 July 14-October 1.
220. Otis, Major General Elwell Stephen, U.S.A., retired. 3 items, Rochester, New York, 1904 July 24-1905 January 31.
221. Page, Mrs. Alfred R. 1 item, Colony, Oklahoma. [Will bring 3 Nʉmʉnʉʉ (Comanche) representatives to Conference], 1904 September 14.
222. Page, Walter Hines, editor, and publisher. 1 item, New York, 1904 September 24.
223. Pan-Racial Institute. Letter from J. F. Jones, secretary, enclosing 4 pamphlets and suggesting that Mohonk hold joint Conferences with the P.R.I. 1 item (4 enclosures), Newark, Ohio, 1904 July 5.
224. Payne, U.S. Representative Sereno E., of New York. 1 item, Auburn, New York, 1904 September 8.
225. Peairs, Hervey B., superintendent Haskell Institute 1 item, Lawrence, Kansas, 1904 July 15.
226. Peirce, Charles F., superintendent Riggs Institute, Flandreau, South Dakota 1 item, Flandreau, 1904 October 10.
227. Penrose, Stephen B. L., president Whitman College, Walla Walla, Washington 1 item, en route, 1904 October 19.
228. Pepperman, W. Leon, Bureau of Insular Affairs. 5 items, Washington, D.C. [Discusses what he should cover in Conference speech on Philadelphia and who in Philadelphia should receive Conference Reports], 1904 September 20-November 19.
229. Perkins, J. S., agent and physician, Truxton Canon School, Truxton, Arizona 1 item, Truxton, 1904 September 14.
230. Perry, Bliss, editor, Atlantic Monthly. 1 item, Greensboro, Vermont, 1904 August 16.
231. Peterson, W. M., superintendent Ft. Lewis School, Breen, Colorado 1 item, Breen. [Can't come to Conference because of Indian trial; has to see that lawyers treat Indians right], 1904 September 24.
232. Platt, U.S. Senator Orville H., of Connecticut. 1 item, Washington, Connecticut, 1904 August 31.
233. Plimpton, George A., of Ginn and Co., publishers. 1 item, New York. [Requests invitation for Miss Natalie Curtis, student of, and authority on, Native American (primarily Hopi) music], 1904 October 17.
234. Prince, John Dyneley, internationally known educator and diplomat. 3 items, Sterlington, New York, 1904 August 30-October 14.
235. Proctor, U.S. Senator Redfield, of Vermont. I item, Proctor, Vermont, 1904 September 6.
236. Pugsley, ex-U.S. Representative Cornelius Amory, of New York. 3 items, Peekskill, New York, 1904 July 14-October 18.
237. Quarles, U.S. Senator Joseph Very, of Wisconsin 1 item, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1904 September 6.
238. Quinton, Mrs. Amelia S., ex-president Woman's National Indian Association, 1st. vice president Indian Industries League. I item, Homer, New York, 1904 September 8.
239. Rakestraw, Charles D., superintendent Fort Bidwell School. 1 item, Fort Bidwell, California, 1904 September 12.
240. Randlett, Colonel James F. 1 item, Anadarko, Oklahoma. [Speaks in favor of reservation schools for Native Americans, larger appropriations from Congress for agricultural teachers and field matrons, and more doctors to care for Native Americans], 1904 October 19.
241. Reel, Estelle, U.S. superintendent of Indian Schools. 2 items, Washington, D.C. [Speaks of fine exhibit sent by New Paltz Normal School to St. Louis Exposition; wants it sent to Lewis and Clark Exposition in Oregon, so Native American teachers can learn New Paltz methods], undated, 1904 October 26.
242. Restarick, Right Reverend Henry Bond, P.E. bishop of Honolulu. I item, General Convention, 1904 October 10.
243. Riggs, Reverend Alfred L., principal of Santee Normal Training School. 1 item, Santee, Nebraska, 1904 August 11.
244. Robertson, Alice M., school supervisor for Creek Nation. 1 item, Muskogee, Indian Territories, 1904 September 26.
245. Rodey, U.S. Representative Bernard Shandon, of New Mexico. 3 items, Albuquerque, New Mexico. [Answers letters from H. C. Phillips, secretary Mohonk Conference, about legal measures to insure Prohibition in Indian Territory; says this provision is in bill passed by House and now before Senate; asks Mohonk's support with President and Senate], 1904 July 5-November 26.
246. Roe, Mary W., missionary, co-founder of Mohonk Lodge, established with help of Mohonk Conference. 3 items (with enclosure and penciled notes), Colony, Oklahoma, February 9-September 14• [Sends letter of appeal from 2 school teachers who need summer jobs; Mohonk responds; gives full report of work at Lodge; criticizes government's decision to loosen restrictions on traditional religious practices.], 1898.
247. Roe, Walter C., husband of Mary W. 2 items (with 2 enclosures), Colony, Oklahoma. [Gives full account of financial status of Mohonk Lodge; asks help with new building expenses; sends printed pamphlet on Lodge, its origins, purposes, and achievements, plus financial statement for 1903], 1904 October 13-November 12.
248. Rose, William J., stenographer. 1 item, Boston, Massachusetts. [Says he will report Conference as usual], 1904 August 1.
249. Rouillard, Thomas J. [Santee Sioux Indian] 1 item, Granite Falls, Minnesota. [Asks for Conference Report], 1904 May 30.
250. Rowe, Leo S., political science professor, chairman Insular Code Comm., codifying laws of Puerto Rico, 1901-1902. 7 items, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [Suggests men for P.R. part of Conference program; discusses his own Conference speech, "The Legal and Domestic Institutions in Our New Possessions.], 1904 May 26-October 14.
251. Roy, Reverend Joseph E. 1 item, Oak Park, Illinois. [Discusses 1904 Report and the enlarging of scope of Conference], 1904 March 20.
252. Rudd, A. B. 1 item, Ponce, P.R. [Can't come], 1904 September 20.
253. Ryan, Most Reverend Patrick John, P.C. archbishop of Philadelphia, member U.S. Board of Indian Commissioners 1 item, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1904 September 2-October [12?].
254. Ryder, Reverend C. J., correspondence. secretary American Missionary Association 1 item, New York, 1904 October 7.
255. Schurman, J. G., president Cornell University1 item, Ithaca, New York, 1904 September 7.
256. Schurz, Carl. 1 item, Bolton Landing, Lake George, New York, 1904 September 7.
257. Scott, Austin, President Rutgers College. 1 item, Granville, Massachusetts, 1904 September 12.
258. Scott, Sutton Selwyn, chairman U.S. Commission, Indians of Utah, 1894-1896. 1 item, Auburn, Alabama, 1904 September 12.
259. Scudder, Reverend Doremus, secretary Hawaiian Evangelical Association, man. editor, The Friend, organ of Association 2 items (with enclosure), Honolulu, T.H. [Sends leaflet, "Echoes," a sermon on Island issues, by himself, 1904 August 31-September 3.
260. Scudder, Myron T., educator, principal of New York State Normal School. 1 item, New Paltz, New York, 1904 [September?] 12.
261. Seelye, L. Clark, president Smith College. 1 item, Northampton, Massachusetts, 1904 September 7.
262. Shaler, N. S., dean Lawrence Scientific School, Harvard University1 item, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1904 September 7.
263. Sharpless, Isaac, president Haverford College. 1 item, Pocono Lake, Pennsylvania, 1904 September 8.
264. Shaw, Albert, editor, American Monthly, Review of Reviews. 1 item, New York, 1904 September 12.
265. Sherman, U.S. Representative James S., of New York. 2 items, Utica, New York, 1904 June 27-September 8.
266. Shoenfelt, J. B., Indian agent. 1 item, Muskogee, Indian Territories. [Confused refusal], 1904 August 17.
267. Shoup, ex-Gov. George L., of Idaho. 1 item [no place], undated.
268. Skinner, Charles R., New York State superintendent of Public Instruction. 3 items, New York, October 3; Buffalo, November 2; Watertown, New York, November 20. [Asks Mr. Smiley to propose him for job of U.S. Commissioner of Indian Affairs], 1904.
269. Sleicher, John A., editor, Leslie's Weekly. 1 item, New York, 1904 October 18.
270. Slocum, William F., president Colorado College. 2 items, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1904 September 1-October 13.
271. Smiley, Mrs. E. F., to Mr. Phillips. 1 item, Redlands, California, 1904 February 8.
272. Smith, George Williamson, president Trinity College. 1 item, New York City, 1904 September 21.
273. Smith, Joseph O., superintendent Southern Ute School. 1 item, Southern Ute Agency, Ignacio, Colorado. [Can't come; has to attend murder trial], 1904 September 27.
274. Smith, William O., attorney general Hawaii, 1893-98. 1 item, Honolulu, 1904 August 5.
275. Sniffen, Matthew K., asst. secretary Indian Rights Association 2 items (with enclosures), Philadelphia. [February 17, sends copy of memorial to Congress regarding defrauding of Sicangu Lakota Oyate (Rosebud Sioux Tribe) by Government selling off lands more cheaply than agreed upon; September 21, sends printed matter on No. California Indian Association and asks Mr. Smiley's opinion of California situation], 1904 February 17-September 21.
276. Sparhawk, Frances Campbell, Indian Industries League. 1 item, Newton Centre, Massachusetts. [Says Reverend Edward Abbott is no longer president of League; succeeded by Colonel John S. Lockwood], 1904 September 12.
277. Spining, Reverend George Lawrence, "the friend of the American Indian" 1 item, South Orange, New Jersey. [Says Presbyterian Board of Home Missions sent him and others to see President Roosevelt about the situation of the Akimel O'otham (Pima); result: he and Commissioner Jones appointed to investigate], 1904 September 20.
278. Spurgin, Brigadier General William F., U.S.A., retired. 2 items, General Spurgin to Mr. Albert K. Smiley, July 16; v.v. August 13, discussing plans for the Philippines session. [Letter returned with note of General's death on August 6], 1904 July 16, August 13.
279. Standing, Alfred J., librarian, Dickinson College. 2 items, Carlisle, Pennsylvania. [Sends Conference suggestions on what should be done for Native Americans; (came and spoke)], 1904 September 24-October 24.
280. Stone, Reverend John Timothy, Presbyterian minister. 1 item, Baltimore, Maryland. [Says he has written to senators and congressmen (implication: at Phillip' request); shows Mohonk bringing pressure to bear.], 1904 November 17.
281. Stouch, Lieutenant Colonel George W. H., U.S.A., Indian superintendent, Darlington, Oklahoma 1 item, Darlington. Man discussed by Walter Roe in 1902 letter], 1904 September 19.
282. Straus, Oscar S. 1 item, New York City, 1904 September 6.
283. Sweet, Reverend E. M., Jr., correspondence. secretary Muskogee Minister's Association 2 items (with enclosures), Muskogee, Indian Territories. [Sends info, and material on fight for Prohibition in Indian Territories], 1904 August 23-September 12.
284. Taber, Anna F., N. California Indian Association 1 item (with enclosures), Pacific Grove. [Discusses new petition by Association to get land allotments for indigenous nations in Northern California; encloses printed material about this subject.], 1904 September 1.
285. Taft, William Howard, Secretary of War [later President U.S.] 3 items, Washington, D.C. [Recommends man for Conference; says Phil. Commissioners can't attend Conference], 1904 April 15-September 5.
286. Taylor, James M., president Vassar College. 1 item, Poughkeepsie, New York, 1904 October 1.
287. Thompson, Reverend Charles L., secretary Presbyterian Board of Home Missions. 1 item, New York. [Says he is sending Dr. Sheldon Jack- son, superintendent for Alaska, to represent Board at Conference], 1904 September 28.
288. Thurston, ex-U.S. Senator John Mellen, of Nebraska. 1 item no place], undated.
289. Thurston, Lorrin Andrews, leader in Hawaiian matters of State. 1 item, Honolulu. [Suggests men for Conference], 1904 August 10.
290. Twombly, Reverend Alexander Stevenson, clergyman, author. 1 item, Newton, Massachusetts, 1904 September 24.
291. Vreeland, U.S. Representative Edward B., of New York. 3 items, Salamanca, New York, 1904 August 8-November 29.
292. Ward, Reverend William Hayes, editor, The Independent. 1 item, New York, 1904 September 6.
293. Wardwell, William Thomas, capitalist. 1 item, York Harbor, Maine, 1904 September 17.
294. Warner, Lucien C., capitalist. 1 item, New York, 1904 September 14.
295. Weldon, Judge Lawrence, U.S. Court of Claims. 1 item, Bloomington, Illinois, 1904 September 13.
296. Welsh, Herbert, corresponding secretary Indian Rights Association 1 item, Sunapee, New Hampshire. [Can't come; asks to have M. K. Sniffen invited instead, also Mr. Wilson L. Gill], 1904 September 9.
297. Wheeler, Edward J., editor, The Literary Digest. 1 item, New York, 1904 September 12.
298. Wheeler, Brigadier General Joseph, U.S.A., retired. 1 item, New York, 1904 September 11.
299. Whitaker, Rt. Reverend Ozi William, P.E. bishop of Pennsylvania. 2 items, Grand Narrows, C.B., Nova Scotia; Philadelphia, 1904 August 9, September 22.
300. Whittlesey, General Eliphalet, ex-secretary U.S. Board Indian Commissioners 3 items, Waterville, New Hampshire, September 12; Washington, D.C, 1904 October 12-14.
301. Wilson, James Grant, author. 3 items, Northeast Harbor, Maine, August 18; Cold Spring, New York, September 13; New York City. [Recommends Professor William D. Prince of Columbia University for Conference], 1904 October 18.
302. Winslow, Dr. W. H. 1 item, Genoa, Nebraska. [Can't come; quarantined in smallpox epidemic], 1904 October 4.
303. Wistar, Edward M. 1 item, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1904 September 13.
304. Wood, Frank, printer of Conference Report, Conference treasurer. 19 items, Boston, Massachusetts. [Mainly concerns printing of Report], 1904 October 28-December 31.
305. Wood, James, humanitarian. 1 item, Mt. Kisco, New York, 1904 September 17.
306. Wood, Nathan E., president Newton Theological Institution. 1 item, Newton Centre, Massachusetts, 1904 October 5.
Box 8a: Letter book. Carbons of letters sent from Mohonk, concerning Indian Conferences, 1904 October 24-1905 July 10.
Box 8-A
1. Complete list of persons invited to 1905 Indian Conference, With ratings; one notebook of acceptances; one notebook of names for preliminary letters. Secretary's annual report, 1905.
2. List of officers, 1905 Conference, 1905.
2a. Notebook, kept by 85 D. Smiley, listing people expected at Conference, 1905.
3. List of members, 1905.
4. List of subscriptions to publication expenses, 1904, with Treasurer's statement of balance carrying over to 1905, 1904-1905.
5. List of subscriptions to publication expenses, 1905, with bill from printer (Frank Wood). Record of distribution of conference reports, 1906 March 1.
6. Platform, 2 drafts, 1905.
7. Secretary's notes on sessions (penciled, some in shorthand), 1905.
8. Secretary's notes on resolution appointing committee to memorialize Congress, 1905.
9. Notes on committee appointed to act on Mr. Tibble's resolution, 1905.
10. Notes on Church committee, 1905.
11. Opening address of Reverend Lyman Abbott, D.D. (typescript), 1905.
12. Address of Hon, Wm H, Castle (read by Dr. Gilman): "Contact of the Hawaiian with Civilization." (typescript), 1905.
13. Address of Dr. Roland P. Falkner of Puerto Rico. (ms pencil), 1905.
14. Remarks of Reverend Dr, William M. Kincaid on Hawaii. (typescript), 1905.
15. Remarks of Dr. Jacob H. Hollander on Puerto Rico. (typescript), 1905.
16. Address of Frank A. Hosmer: "Conditions and Needs of Hawaii Today." (typescript), 1905.
17. Address of Jeremiah W. Jenks: "Some Difficulties in the Administration of Dependencies." (typescript), 1905.
18. Abstract of address by Samuel McCune Lindsay: "The Necessary Place of Education in our Porto Rican Policy." (typescript), 1905.
19. Address of S. M. McCowan: "The Indian Problem from the View. Point of a Field Worker." (2copies: typescript and galley proof) [Highly controversial], 1905.
20. Stenographer's transcript of controversial sessions, with note from Lillian D. Powers, Boston, to Mr. Phillips: "This is a complete record of all touching on the McCowan matter." [See Leupp, #245a], 1905 November 4.
21. Revised copy of above, 1905.
22. Press release, September 23, "Indians and Other Dependent Peoples: A Conference in their behalf at Lake Mohonk", 1905.
23. Press release, after Conference, "A Review of the Proceedings," by John M. Oskison, with form letter for papers and list of Papers & 3 items, 1905 October 3-1906 January.
24. Abbott, Reverend Edward, distinguished clergyman, ex-president Indian Industries League. 3 items, Cambridge, 1905 September 7-October 29.
25. Abbott, Reverend Lyman, editor, The Outlook, president 1904 Conference 9 items, New York. Mohonk. [Letters of Dr. Abbott to Mohonk and v.v.], 1905 September 8, January 1.
26. Aldrich, Morton A., professor economics and sociology, Tulane University items, Wilmington, Massachusetts, 1905 September 17-October 16.
27. Alexander, J. B., superintendent Pima Training School, Sacaton Arizona 1 item, Sacaton, 1905 October 3.
28. Alexander, W. D., prominent Hawaiian. 2 items, Honolulu. Suggests men for Conference, 1905 July 12-August 14.
29. Allen, Charles H., ex-governor Puerto Rico. 3 items, New York, 1905 June 20-August 29.
30. Allen, Walter, journalist and author. 2 items, Boston, Massachusetts, 1905 August 15-September 18.
31. Ames, Reverend Azel, formerly of Puerto Rico. 8 items, Wakefield, Massachusetts; Randolph, Vermont; Lake Mohonk1905 September 5-1906 January 16.
32. Anderson, Reverend Joseph, student of Native American languages and antiquities. 1 item, Woodmont, Connecticut. Offers to give Conference his impressions of Puerto Rico, 1905 September 16.
33. Andrews, Right Reverend Edward G., M.E. bishop of New York. 1 item, Minnewaska, New York, 1905 July 17.
34. Arbuckle, John, coffee merchant. 1 item, New York, 1905 September 24.
35. Armstrong, Frank C., assistant commissioner Indian Affairs, 1893-1895. 1 item, Bellevue, Delaware. Says Indian needs protection of his property rights, 1905 September 6.
36. Asbury, C. H., suet. Carson Training Schools Stewart, Nevada, 1 item, Stewart, Nevada, 1905 July 17.
37. Ashford, Bailey K., Maryland, captain assistant surgeon, U.S.A., founder Puerto Rico Anemia Commission. 1 item, Aibonito, Puerto Rico. Says Puerto Ricans are "lamentably misunderstood" by many Americans, 1905 September 26.
38. Atkinson, E. B., superintendent Colorado River Training School and Agency. 1 item, Parker, Arizona. Asks Conference to consider condition of Mohave Indians, 1905 September 18.
39. Atkinson, Frederick W., ex-superintendent of education in Philippines, president Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute. 6 items, Brooklyn, New York. [suggests men for Conf], 1905 June 13-September 28.
40. Bailey, E. Prentiss editor, The Utica Observer. 1 item, Utica, 1905 October 5.
41. Barbosa, Jose C., member Porto Rican Executive Council, 2 items, San Juan. Hopes to come; can't], 1905 August 1-October 4.
42. Bard, ex—U.S. Senator Thomas R., of California. I item, Hueneme, California. [Speaks of use of Native American trust funds by Federal government to support sectarian schools; recommends end to this policy as too favorable to B.C. church], 1905 July 31.
43. Barker, Rear Admiral Albert Smith, U.S.N., retired. I item, Washington, D.C, 1905 September 17.
44. Barrows, Samuel June, prison authority. 6 items, Georgeville, P.Q., Canada; Lake Mohonk and New York, October 2. October 10. [includes telegram from Albert K. Smiley, asking him to preside at Conference; can't come], 1905 June 24.
45. Batchelor, George, editor, The Christian Register. 1 item, Boston, Massachusetts. Introduces Mrs. Emma E. Marean, assistant editor, who will cover Conference for Register], 1905 October 17.
46. Beard, Reverend A. F., honorable secretary and editor American Missionary Association 2 items, New York — Lake Mohonk. [Letter to A.K.S. and reply; introduces Reverend William C. Curtis and his Native American baskets; lecture by him declined by A.K.S.], 1905 October 10—14.
47. Bearfoot, Reverend Isaac. Onandaga superintendent of the Six Nations Indian Schools. 1 item, Caledonia, Ontario, 1905 September 8.
48. Bell, Brig General [later Major General] James Franklin, U.S.A. 1 item, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, 1905 June 24.
49. Bell, Brigadier General James Montgomery, U.S.A., retired. I item, New London, Connecticut, 1905 September 13.
50. Benedict, John D., superintendent of schools in Indian Territory. 2 items, Muskogee, Indian Territories, 1905 June 26—November 15.
51. Benitez, Jose' de Guzman, Porto Rican lawyer, ex—member Puerto Rican Executive Council. 2 items, Philadelphia. [Sick; can't come.], 1905 October 5.
52. Bergen, Professor J.T., of Hope College. 3 items, Holland, Michigan, [Moving plea for end of prisoner—of—war status for Chirichua and Warm Springs Apaches at Fort Sill, Oklahoma; tells of their engaging with Christianity], undated, 1905 October 26—November 3.
53. Biddle, Major [later Major General] John, U.S.A. 1 item, Washington, D.C, 1905 September 8.
54. Birnie, Reverend Douglas Putnam, former resident of Hawaii. I item, Rye, New York, 1905 October 7.
55. Bisbee, Brig, Gen, Wm, H., U.S.A., retired. 1 item, New York, 1905 September 9.
56. Blackburn, U.S. Senator Joseph C. S., of Kentucky. I item, Versailles, Kentucky, 1905 July 6.
57. Bonaparte, Charles J., U.S. Secretary of the Navy. 2 items, Baltimore, Maryland, 4 Lenox, Massachusetts, 1905 June 22, September 8.
58. Bone, Scott C., editor, Washington Post [later government of Alaska] 1 item, Washington, 1905 September 9.
59. Bowditch Charles P., archaeologist. 2 items, Chocorua, New Hampshire, Eundated3 and Boston, Massachusetts, 1905 August 1.
60. Bowles, Samuel, ed., and published The Springfield Republican items, Springfield, Massachusetts, 1905 August 4-September 9.
61. Bradford, Reverend Amory H., president American Missionary Association ex-associate editor The Outlook. 1 item, Montclair, New Jersey. Says Conference dates conflict with A.M.A. meeting; A.M.A. will try to avoid in future.], 1905 September 12.
62. Bradford, Reverend George Henry, lecturer, M.E. minister. 1 item, Boston, Mass, 1905 September 23.
63. Bridgman, H.L., editor, Brooklyn Standard Union. 3 items.
64. Brooke, Rt. Reverend Francis Key, P.E. bishop of Oklahoma and Indian Territory. 2 items, Gambier, Ohio, 1905 July 3-September 16.
65. Brooke, Major General John R., U.S.A., retired. 1 item, Boston, Massachusetts, 1905 June 26, June 26.
66. Brosius„ S.M., agent Indian Rights Association. 4 items, Cheyenne River Indian Agency, South Dakota; Washington, D.C. Mohonk. Letters to and from; endorses man for Conference; asks for 1905 Report to use in fight in Congress, 1905 September 15, 1906 January 26.
67. Brown, Reverend Arthur J., secretary Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions. 1 item, New York. [Recommends couple for Philippine part of Conference program.], 1905 October 6.
68. Brown, John B., superintendent Indian School, Morris, Minnesota 3 items, Morris, Minnesota, 1905 June 26-October 13.
69. Brown, John Crosby, banker. 1 item, Orange, New Jersey, 1905 September 12.
70. Brown, U.S. Representative Webster E., of Wisconsin 2 items, Rhinelander, Wisconsin, 1905 June 30-September 13.
71. Brown, William, editor and business manager, The southern Workman, organ of Hampton Institute. 4 items, Hampton, Virginia, --Lake Mohonk. [Letters to and from.], 1905 June 21-October 25.
72. Bruce, Reverend James M. 1 item, Oakland, New Jersey. [suggests man for Conference], 1905 March 20.
73. Brumbaugh, Martin Grove, 1st. Commissioner of Education to Puerto Rico, 1900-1902 later government of Pennsylvania. 6 items, Philadelphia-Mohonk. [To and from; recommends Jose de, 1905 June 19-October 26.
74. Bryan, Elmer Burritt, ex-superintendent education. Philippines, president Franklin College. 3 items, Franklin, Indiana. [suggests man for Conference], 1905 September 4-October 7.
75. Buckley, J.M., editor, The Christian Advocate. 1 item, New York. [wife was pupil of A.K.S. at Friends School, Providence], 1905 August 24.
76. Burke, U.S. Rep, Charles H., of South Dakota. 2 items, Pierre, South Dakota, 1905 July 1-September 11.
77. Burrows, U.S. Senator J.C., of Michigan. 1 item, Kalamazoo, Michigan, 1905 July 10.
78. Burton, Charles E., superintendent U.S. Indian School, Grand Junction, Colorado, 2 items, Grand Junction, 1905 September 22—October 17.
79. Burton, Frederick R., composer, performer of Indian music. 2 items, Sarah E. Burton, mother to A.K.S., New York City; Frederick R. Burton to A.K.S., London, 1905 September 7, September 22.
80. Butler, E.H., editor, Buffalo Evening News • 1 item, Buffalo, New York, 1905 September 5.
81. Calkins, Franklin Welles, author. 1 item, Dodgeville, Wisconsin, 1905 July 1.
82. Candler, Rt. Reverend Warren A., bishop I.E. Church, South. 1 item, Atlanta, Georgia. Canfield, James H., ex-president Ohio State Us I item, New York City, 1905 August 5, undated.
83. Capen, Samuel B., merchant. 2 items, Boston, Massachusetts, 1905 June 16, September 5.
84. Carmack, U.S. Senator Edward Ward, of Tennessee. 1 item, Memphis, Tennessee, 1905 July 10.
85. Carroll, Henry King, ex-US commissioner to Puerto Rico. 2 items, New York, 1905 June 28-September 22.
86. King, ex-U.S. commissioner to Puerto Rico. 2 items, New York, 1905 June 28, September 22.
87. Carter, George R., governor of Hawaii. 1 item, copy of letter to Gorham D. Gilman, speaks of Hawaii's governmental affairs, 1905 July 30.
88. Carter, Sybil, teacher of Indians. 1 item, East Orange, New Jersey, 1905 September 1.
89. Castle, William R., prominent Hawaiian. 8 items, Honolulu. August 17; Boston, Massachusetts — Mohonk, October 4.16. includes telegram from H.C. Phillips; Castle suggests men for Conference; discusses own per (see #10)a, 1905 June 27.
90. Chalcraft, Edwin L., superintendent U.S. Indian Training School, Chemawa, Oregon 2 items, Chemawa, 1905 July 8-October 3.
91. Cheney, Mrs. Elizabeth S., philanthropist. 1 item, Peterborough, New Hampshire, 1905 September 28.
92. Chickasaw Indians. 1 item, Tishomingo, Indian Territories. Telegram to Conference, asking help in urging Government to make Indian Territories a separate Prohibition state, 1905 October 19.
93. Clark, U.S. Senator Clarence D., of Wyoming. 1 item, Washington, D.C, undated.
94. Clark, Charles Hopkins, editor, the Hartford Courant. 1 item, Hartford, Connecticut, 1905 October 10.
95. Clark, Reverend Francis E., founder and president United Society of Christian Endeavor. 1 item, Boston, Massachusetts, 1905 September 28.
96. Clark, U.S. Senator William Andrews, of Montana. 1 item, New York, 1905 July 3.
97. Clous, Brigadier General, John Walter, U.S.A., retired. 1 item, West Point, New York, 1905 September 15.
98. Cochran, R.A., superintendent Mt. Pleasant Indian School. I item, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, 1905 September 11.
99. Cockrell, Francis Marion, member Interstate Commerce Commission, ex-U.S. Senator 2 items, Washington, 1905 July 8-September 12.
100. Code, W.H., chief engineer, U.S. Indian Service. 1 item, Yakima k Indian Agency, Fort Simcoe, Washington. Cells of irrigation work on five reservations, 1905 September 22.
101. Collins, Mary C., missionary. 1 item, Little Eagle, South Dakota, 1905 October 8.
102. Comba, Brigadier General Richard, U.S.A., retired. 1 item.
103. Compton, L.M., superintendent Tomah Indian School. 1 item, Tomah, Wisconsin, 1905 June 26.
104. Conant, Thomas O., editor, The Examiner, member, Press Committee, Lake Mohonk Conference 2. items, New York, 1905 July 7-October 13.
105. Cook, Eliza S. of Vassar College. 1 item, Poughkeepsie, New York. Recommends Dr. Stephen B. L. Penrose for Conference, 1905 October 15.
106. Cook, Emily S., Office of Indian Affairs. I item, Washington, D.C, 1905 September 29.
107. Cooper, Henry Ernest, Hawaiian statesman. I item, Boston, Massachusetts, 1905 October 17.
108. Coppock, Benjamin S., school supervisor for Cherokee Nation. 1 item, Tahlequah, Indian Territories, 1905 September 12.
109. Crandall, C.J., superintendent Santa Fe Indian School. 2 items, Santa Fe, New Mexico. wants Conference to give attention to Pueblos, 1905 September 11.
110. Creegan, Charles Cole later president Fargo (N.D.) Col1ege. 2 items, New York, 1905 August 4-October 14.
111. Crouse, C.W., agent Ft. Apache Indian Agency. 3 items, White river, Arizona, speaks of work promoting Christianity and Western education among the White Mountain Apache Tribe.
112. Crumpacker, U.S. Rep, Edgar D., of Indiana. 1 item, Valparaiso, Indiana, 1905 September 9.
113. Culberson, U.S. Senator Charles 4., of Texas. 2 items, Dallas, Texas; Washington, D.C, 1905 August 4, October 4.
114. Cullom, U.S. Senator S.M., of Illinois. 1 item, Springfield, 1905 August 8.
115. Custer, Burton B., Southern Ute Agency and School. 1 item, Ignacio, California, 1905 July 10.
116. Davis, Charles L., mint. Indian Industrial School, Fort Totten, North Dakota. 2 items, Fort Totten, 1905 June 29-September 27.
117. Davis, Major General George Whitefield, U.S.A., retired government Panama Canal Zone. 2 items, Pelham Manor, New York; Washington, D.C, 1905 June 28, September 6.
118. Davis, J. W. 2 items, Toledo, Ohio, October 21 Lake Mohonk, to and from, 1905 October 21, 24.
119. Dawes, Anna L., author, daughter of late Senator Dawes of Massachusetts 2 items, Pittsfield, Massachusetts; Albany, New York, 1905 September 5, October 28.
120. Day, Association Justice William R., U.S. Supreme Court. 1 item, Mackinac I., Michigan, 1905 September 9.
121. DeLine, Sarah M., secretary for Indian and Frontier Work, Woman's Home Missionary Society of M.E. Church. 1 item, Chicago, Illinois. tells plans for arousing 3000,000 Methodists and others to work for Native Americans; asks if Mohonk can supply Conference Reports as needed, 1905 February 18.
122. Depew, U.S. Senator Chauncey Mitchell, of New York. 1 item, New York, 1905 September 12.
123. de Schweinitz, Reverend Paul, secretary of Missions, Moravian Church in America. 1 item, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, 1905 September 5.
124. Devendorf, U.S. Representative H.E., of New York. 1 item, Utica, New York. Speaks of influence of Mohonk as felt on House Committee on Indian Affairs, 1905 June 28.
125. Devins, Reverend John Bancroft, editor, The New York Observer. 11 items, New York. Mohonk, to and from; suggests people for Conference; discusses press releases, 1905 July 11-November 27.
126. Dinwiddie, Reverend Edwin Col land, national legislative superintendent American Anti-Saloon League. 1 item, Washington, D.C, 1905 October 16.
127. Dole, Sanford Ballard, president Republic of Hawaii, 1894.1900, government Hawaiian Territory, 1900-03, dist. judge, H.T., 1903.15. 1 item n.p, undated.
128. Dortch, J.H., chief Education Division, Office of Indian Affairs. 1 item, Washington, D.C, 1905 July 12.
129. Doubleday, Mrs. Neltje Blanchan De Graff. 4 items, Mill Neck, New York, July 8. September 11; New York., October 11 Suggests Dr. George Bird Grinnell to lead discussion of allotment question at Conference, 1905.
130. Draper, Andrew Sloan, New York State Commissioner of Education. 2 items, Albany, New York, 1905 May 21-September 7.
131. Drury, Reverend John B., internationally known Dutch Reformed clergyman. 1 item, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 1905 September 11.
132. DuBois, Constance Goddard. 1 item, Waterbury, Connecticut. quotes letter from Government. field matron ay Campo, about starvation conditions of old people of Campo and Manzanita, and Government's decision not to supply them with any more food, 1905 October 23.
133. Dunning, Rev, A.E., editor, The Congregationalist. 2 items, Boston, Massachusetts, 1905 August 11-September 5.
134. Dyer, Commander George L., U.S.N., governor of Guam. 2 items, Guam. Mohonk, to and from, 1905 August 27, October 24.
135. Dyer, Rear Admiral Nehemiah Mayo, U.S.N., retired. 1 item, Boston, Massachusetts, 1905 September 14.
136. Dyke, L.J., financial agent Marrow Indian Orphans' Home. 1 item, (2enclosures), Cleveland, Ohio, 1905 October 6.
137. Baton, Edward D., president Beloit College. 1 item, Beloit, Wisconsin, 1905 October 5.
138. Edwards, Colonel later Major General3 Clarence Ransom, U.S.A., chief Bureau of Insular Affairs, War Department 1 item, Washington, D.C, 1905 February 17.
139. Edwards, William J., principal of Snow Hill Normal and Industrial Institute 1 item (1 enclosure), Snow Hill, Alabama, 1905 September 16.
140. Estabrook, Arthur F., banker. 4 items, Boston, 1905 July 22-September 5.
141. Evans, A. Grant, president Henry Kendall College, Muskogee, Indian Territories later president Oklahoma State University? items, Muskogee, Indian Territories. discusses possibility Government may cut off funds from Native American schools, 1905 July 1-September 16.
142. Falkner, Roland P., commissioner of education, Puerto Rico. 7 items, Washington, Philadelphia-Mohonk, to and from; says words "dependent peoples" in Conference title would be offensive to those peoples, 1905 October 14-November 1.
143. Falwell, Walter, supervisor of Muscogee (Creek) and Seminole schools. 1 item, Muskogee, Indian Territories, 1905 September 30.
144. Fisk, Mrs. Jeannette Crippen, president Woman's Home Missionary Society of M.E. Church. 1 item, New York, 1905 September 17.
145. Fitzgerald, U.S. Representative John J., of New York. 2 items, Brooklyn, 1905 July 17-October 3.
146. Fletcher, Alice C., ethnologist. 2 items, Washington, D.C, 1905 October 12.18.
147. Foard, Josephine, manager Laguna Pueblo pottery at Laguna, U.P4 3 items, Flushing, New York, speaks of progress of pottery business, ways of getting more funds. (See also #3 Santa Fe RR.), 1905 March 29, April 18.
148. Foster, Addison P. 1 item, New Paltz, New York. Recommends Reverend Edward T. Ware of Atlanta U., for Conference, 1905 September 9.
149. Foulke, William Dudley, member U.S. Civil Service Comm. 1 item, Richmond, Indiana, 1905 August 5.
150. Franklin, Walter Simonds, civil engineer. 1 item, Baltimore, Maryland, 1905 October 10.
151. Frissell, Hollis Burke, principal of Hampton Institute 2 items, Hampton, Virginia, September 25; Boston, 1905 November 6.
152. Funston, Brigadier General Frederick, U.S.A. 1 item, San Francisco, 1905 September 29.
153. Frye, Myra E., president Maine Indian Association 1 item, Portland, Maine, 1905 September 8.
154. Ganss, Reverend Father H.G., Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions. 1 item, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, 1905 September 26.
155. Garfield, James Rudolph, member U.S. Civil Service Comm. 1 item, Washington, D.C, 1905 September 5.
156. Gates, Merrill E., secretary U.S. Board Indian Commissioners 11 items (1 enclosure), Washington — Mohonk, to and from; encloses letter from E. M. Sweet, Jr., secretary Indian Territories Church Federation for Prohibition Statehood, asking help in getting B. C. Dinwiddie of Anti—Saloon League invited to Mohonk Conference, 1905 June 21—November 29.
157. Gill, Laura D., dean Barnard College. 1 item, New York, 1905 September 29.
158. Gillett, U.S. Representative later Senator Frederick Huntington, of Massachusetts 1 item, San Francisco, 1905 July 7.
159. Gilman, Daniel Colt, internationally known educator. 1 item. North East Harbor, Maine, 1905 September 21.
160. Gilman, Gorham Do, former resident of Hawaii. 15items (1 enclosure), Boston — Mohonk. discusses people for Conference, also "unfortunate" remarks made by Dr. Kincaid of Honolulu at Conference; suggests omitting them from Report, to and from, 1905 June 28-November 16.
161. Goodale, Brigadier General Greenleaf. Austin, U.S.A., retired. 4 items, (1 enclosure), Grand Canyon, Arizona, February 6; Wakefield, Massachusetts, June 30, September 6, and undated, 1905.
162. Goodman, C. W., superintendent U.S. Indian Industrial School, Phoenix, Arizona 1 item, Phoenix, 1905 September 22.
163. Graham, Douglas D., superintendent Zuni Training School. 1 item, Zuni New Mexico, 1905 July 12.
164. Grant, Brigadier General later Major Gen;) Frederick D., U.S.A. 3 items, Governor's I., New York, 1905 July 29-October 18.
165. Gray M.G., U.S. Commander. 1 item, Pawnee, Oklahoma. Gives his ideas on what is wrong with Native American educational system, 1905 October 9.
166. Greene, Colonel, later Major General, Henry A., U.S.A. 1 item, St. Louis, Missouri, 1905 October.
167. Gregg, Reverend David, D.D., president Western Theological Seminary Allegheny, Pennsylvania 1 item c.o, undated.
168. Grinnell, George Bird, editor, author, explorer, item, New York. Long letter to Mrs. Neltje Blanchan De Graff Doubleday, forwarded to A.K.S., tells of problems in working out fair allotment of Native American lands, 1905 June 10—October 16.
169. Hadley, Arthur Twining, president Yale U, 1 item, New Haven, Connecticut, 1905 June 22.
170. Hale, U.S, Senator Eugene, of Maine. 1 item, Ellsworth, Maine, 1905 July 1.
171. Hale, Rev, Edward Everett, author, minister. 1 item n.p, undated.
172. Hall, Reverend Charles Cuthbert, president Union Theological Seminary. 1 item, New York, 1905 July 10.
173. Hall, Harwood, superintendent Sherman Institute 1 item, Riverside, California, 1905 September 11.
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