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

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Name Age Tribe Sex
Salazar, Mary 18 Mission Female
Sampson, Grace 23 Winnebago Female
Sands, Ida 23 Chippewa Female
Saunooke, Nan 21 Cherokee Female
Sawatis, Hattie 19 Mohawk Female
Sawatis, Mary 18 Mohawk Female
Schuyler, Josephine 16 Oneida Female
Sedicx, Eudocia 28 Alaskan Female
Shomin, Mary 17 Ottawa Female
Shongo, Lida 17 Seneca Female
Silas, Elizabeth 19 Oneida Female
Silas, Mary 22 Oneida Female
Simons, Eva 19 Mashpee Female
Simons, Lillian 20 Pokonoket Female
Simpson, Rose 20 Nez Perce Female
Skeesicks, Elizabeth 15 Menominee Female
Skye, Hallie 19 Seneca Female
Skye, Maisa 20 Seneca Female
Smith, Amy 17 Little Lake Female
Smith, Della 18 Sioux Female
Smith, Eva 17 Mono Female
Smith, Grace 26 Chetco Female
Smith, Louise 26 Chetco Female
Smith, Mamie 17 Gros Ventre Female
Smoke, Mary 18 Mohawk Female
Snyder, Roxie 20 Seneca Female
Somers, Abbie 16 Oneida Female
Spira, Lupie 20 Pueblo Female
Spottedeagle, Lizzie 22 Sioux Female
Spring, Eleanor 23 Seneca Female
Spring, Elsina 16 Seneca Female
Stevens, Agnes 21 Chippewa Female
Stevens, Lucy 23 Chippewa Female
Stone, Dollie 21 Chippewa Female
Sundown, Clara 15 Seneca Female
Sutton, Myrtle 19 Seneca Female
Swallow, Mary 20 Sioux Female
Swamp, Cecelia 20 Oneida Female
Swamp, Maggie 16 Mohawk Female
Swaney, Callie 18 Cherokee Female


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

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