1911 Carlisle School Census: Females S 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 Mary Salazar to Callie Swaney. To see other names of students enrolled in Carlisle School during 1911, visit: 1911 Carlisle School Census

Salazar, Mary18MissionFemale
Sampson, Grace23WinnebagoFemale
Sands, Ida23ChippewaFemale
Saunooke, Nan21CherokeeFemale
Sawatis, Hattie19MohawkFemale
Sawatis, Mary18MohawkFemale
Schuyler, Josephine16OneidaFemale
Sedicx, Eudocia28AlaskanFemale
Shomin, Mary17OttawaFemale
Shongo, Lida17SenecaFemale
Silas, Elizabeth19OneidaFemale
Silas, Mary22OneidaFemale
Simons, Eva19MashpeeFemale
Simons, Lillian20PokonoketFemale
Simpson, Rose20Nez PerceFemale
Skeesicks, Elizabeth15MenomineeFemale
Skye, Hallie19SenecaFemale
Skye, Maisa20SenecaFemale
Smith, Amy17Little LakeFemale
Smith, Della18SiouxFemale
Smith, Eva17MonoFemale
Smith, Grace26ChetcoFemale
Smith, Louise26ChetcoFemale
Smith, Mamie17Gros VentreFemale
Smoke, Mary18MohawkFemale
Snyder, Roxie20SenecaFemale
Somers, Abbie16OneidaFemale
Spira, Lupie20PuebloFemale
Spottedeagle, Lizzie22SiouxFemale
Spring, Eleanor23SenecaFemale
Spring, Elsina16SenecaFemale
Stevens, Agnes21ChippewaFemale
Stevens, Lucy23ChippewaFemale
Stone, Dollie21ChippewaFemale
Sundown, Clara15SenecaFemale
Sutton, Myrtle19SenecaFemale
Swallow, Mary20SiouxFemale
Swamp, Cecelia20OneidaFemale
Swamp, Maggie16MohawkFemale
Swaney, Callie18CherokeeFemale


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

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