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Indian Industrial School
Carlisle PA
Feb. 26, 1883

Members of the House and Senate and others interested in the cause of the Indians urge that the general work of educating and training Indian children would be advanced by a visit of Congressmen to this school.

Special arrangements have been made for cars on the train via Baltimore and Potomac Rail Road leaving Washington at 9.37 A.M. Tuesday March 6th to reach Carlisle without change at 3.P.M. Remaining overnight the party will leave Carlisle at 2.P.M. reaching Washington at 6.40 Wednesday.

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