George Conner Carlisle Indian School collection - Booklet: "This is Carlisle," 1908
About the Project
Help up transcribe "Booklet: "This is Carlisle," 1908" (Box 1, Folder 2) from the George Conner Carlisle Indian School collection . Please note, we are only seeking transcriptions of the text within these collections. Please do not describe the images. This booklet was produced and published by the Carlisle Indian School printing press in 1908. It includes photographs, a description of the school activities and history, and lists of students.
This collection contains booklets and correspondence circa 1900-1914 related to the Carlisle Indian School in Pennsylvania and collected by George Conner (Tse-da-ha), a former alumnus. George Conner, also known as Tse-dah-ha (Buffalo Hide), was born on the Osage Reservation in Kansas in 1870. His parents were Wah-kon-tah Shinka (Little Doctor) and Le-ah-tsa, both of the Little Osage tribe. Le-ah-tsa was the daughter of Wa-caba-shinka (Little Bear) who was the Principal Chief of the Little Osage.