1911 Carlisle School Census: Females H-J Surnames

In 1911 Carlisle was directed by the Department of the Interior to prepare a census of the Indians under their charge.

In all cases where the Indians are living on separate reservations under your jurisdiction you should submit a separate census roll of the Indians of each reservation.  The names should be arranged in alphabetical order.

– Letter Department of the Interior, 1911

This page includes all female students enumerated within the Carlisle School in 1911 alphabetically from Mattie Hall to Julia Jarvis. To see other names of students enrolled in Carlisle School during 1911, visit: 1911 Carlisle School Census

Hall, Mattie15Gros VentreFemale
Hall, Clara20Gros VentreFemale
Harris, Vary20Sac & FoxFemale
Hauser, Anna19CheyenneFemale
Hemlock, Susan19MohawkFemale
Hart, Mabel15ChippewaFemale
Henry, Otie19DiggerFemale
Hewitt, Amelia18TuscaroraFemale
Hill, Ellen17Nez PerceFemale
Hill, Lucy10Nez PerceFemale
Hill, Maria22OneidaFemale
Hillman, Edna20DiggerFemale
Holstein, Marceline18ChippewaFemale
Hood, Tena19ModocFemale
Honermale, Addie15AssiniboineFemale
Hoxie, Mamie17NomelakieFemale
Hunter, Florence26SiouxFemale
Hutchison, Mary17ChippewaFemale
Ingalls, Sadie21Sac & FoxFemale
Jackson, Emma23KlamathFemale
Jackson, Julia22CrowFemale
Jackson, Junie19SenecaFemale
Jackson, Justina16ChippewaFemale
Jackson, Marjorie23MunseeFemale
Jacobs, Agnes19OnondagaFemale
Jacobs, Eleanor22CayugaFemale
Jamerson, Abbie19SenecaFemale
Jamison, Hattie25SenecaFemale
James, Martha17ChippewaFemale
Jeanotte, Mary17ChippewaFemale
Jimerson, Mary18OnondagaFemale
Jimerson, Ruth17SenecaFemale
John, Della23SenecaFemale
Johnnijohn, Betsey22SenecaFemale
Johnson, Anna21SenecaFemale
Johnson, Delia16SenecaFemale
Johnson, Ella23SenecaFemale
Johnson, Frances16TuscaroraFemale
Johnson, Helen19WinnebagoFemale
Jollie, Blanche16ChippewaFemale
Jones, Flora19MunseeFemale
Jones, Grace19SenecaFemale
Jones, Minnie17SenecaFemale
Jarvis, Julia25OnondagaFemale



1911 Carlisle School Census. Published by Department of the Interior, June 28, 1911.

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