folder # 297
bell # 499
address WHITE EARTH, MINN
ARRIVAL: 1890 09 23
departure 1 16 1893
reason MARRIED wheelock
outing patrons W HOLWOOD
outing dates 5 23 1891
outing dates 9 10 1891
outing dates 04/20/0001
notes M ESTHER JOHNSON. LIVING AT RED LAKE,
MINN. PAINTER. INDUSTRIAL TEACHER 1
YEAR; INTERPRETER FOR US CHIPPEWA
COMMISSION 4 YRS; GOVT INTERPRETER 3
YRS. SALESMAN, CLERK, LUMBERJACK.
Q:WHAT HAVE YOU DONE FOR THE
BETTERMENT OF YOUR PEOPLE:”I AM NO
PREACHER” . “I GET ALONG ANY
WHERE. (CARLISLE DONE IT.)
9/11/10. RED LAKE, MINN
1/30/13. REDLAKE, MINN. LOGGING
spouse: Celicia Wheelock and Esther Johnson
folder # 4044 B-564
bell # 3698 E1329
re-enrolled? NO NO
address Green Bay
parent/guardian Jas A Wheelock, DePere Wis
father James A Wheelock (living)
age at arrival 15
weight 122 lbs
ARRIVAL: 3 23 1888
departure 1 16 1893
reason married Jos Morrison, 1/16/1893 pregnant
outing patrons J Cooper, MasonvilleMrs M Taylor, ReedsvilleEliz Bacon, Haddonfield NJB Paine, Morton
outing dates 6 26 1888
outing dates 9 29 1888
outing dates 01/07/0002
date of death 4 18 1912
notes also married William Horse
ran away? No
outing dates 5 17 1890
outing dates 6 11 1891
outing dates 7 01 1892
outing dates 9 12 1890
outing dates 9 16 1891
outing dates 9 01 1892
spouse: Joseph Morrison William Horse
| By request of several pupils in the country we publish
the names of the new choir, as follows:
Sopranos: Elizabeth Wind, Katie Grinrod, Eva Johnson, Adelia Lowe, Celicia Wheelock, Etta Robertson. Hattie Porcupine, Julia Dorris, Jennie Dubray, Lydia Flint, Louisa Smith, Rosa Lewis and Susie Metoxen.
Altos: Esther Miller, Jemima Wheelock, Edith Abner, Belinda Archiquette, Julia Bent, Jennie Conners, Nellie Robertson.
Tenors: Benajah Miles, Chas. Moncravie, Percy Zadoka, Levi St. Cyr, Dennison Wheelock, David Abraham, Jonas Cabay, Marpass Cloud, Reuben Wolf.
Basses: Robert Mathews, Chester Cornelius, Levi Levering, Stacy Matlack, Carl Leider, Gary Myers, Otto Zotom, Peter Cornelius, John Tyler.
First Sergeant, Kish Hawkins has been promoted in ranks
to Sergeant Major, to take Chester Cornelius' place. Mark Evarts is to
be first sergeant of Company A. Benj. Caswell steps to the front of Company
D. Corporals John Frost, Samuel Noble and Otto Wells take the positions
of sergeants. Privates William Petoskey, Joseph Morrison and Josiah
Powlas are made corporals.
Minnie Perrine, Jean Miata, Mary Johnson, Dollie Wheelock,
Celicia Wheelock, Elizabeth Wind, Mary Mitchell and Grace Moore
left for country homes Thursday morning. The change of air and occupation
will be beneficial to them, and we expect some of them back in the Fall
even more rosy cheeked than when they left.
Celicia Wheelock has her old place as one of the
normal teachers, since she came in from the country.
The Carlisle Indian School Band stands thus with Dennison
Wheelock, as leader: 1. James Wheelock, Eb Clarinet; 2. Thomas Suckley,
1st Bb Clarinet; 3. Hiram Bailey, 2nd Bb Clarinet; 4. Andrew Young, Piccolo;
5. Edwin Schanadore, Solo Cornet; 6. Dennison Wheelock, Solo Cornet; 7.
Peter Cornelius, 1st Bb Cornet; 8. Harvey Warner, 1st Bb Cornet; 9. William
Beaulieu, 2nd Bb Cornet; 10. Harry Kohpay, 2nd Bb Cornet; 11. Joseph
Morrison, 3rd Bb Cornet; 12. David Abraham, Solo Eb Alto; 13. Thomas
Metoxen, 1st Eb Alto; 14. Joseph Martinez, 2nd Eb Alto; 15. Malpass Cloud,
1st Tenor; 16. Paul Lovejoy, 2nd Tenor; 17. William Baird, Euphonium; 18.
Reuben Wolf, 1st Eb Tuba; 19. Hugh E. James, 2nd Eb Tuba; 20. Jos. B. Harris,
Snare Drum; 21. Jamison Schanadore, Bass Drum; 22. Joseph Hamilton,
Cymbals; 23. Benjamin Harrison, Drum-Major. The members of the Band are
from nine different tribes.
The monthly school exhibition was held last Wednesday night,
a considerable portion of the exercises relating to the approaching Thanksgiving.
It was counted one of the best entertainments we have had. While there
were no failures and all did well, the selections deserving of special
mention were, first the concert recitation by Miss McAdam's school, of
the Independence Bell. The 20 boys and girls composing the class spoke
so distinctly and were in such perfect time with speech and gesture and
the words so patriotic and thrilling that all were touched, especially
the Captain, who commented at the time on the excellence of the performance.
Nina spoke her first little piece. Celicia Wheelock's piano solo
was sweet and pretty. William Petoskey's declamation on Truth was soul-stirring.
Walter Holland's utterance and gestures were good. George Baker was perhaps
the best speaker of the evening. All through, the vocal expression was
better, the tones clearer and manners more easy, than usual. The choir
sang some old selections and sang them well.
The Circle of King’s Daughters known as “The Wayside Gleaners” have
elected the following officers for this year: President, Leila Cornelius;
Vice President, Celicia Wheelock; Secretary, Vieta Gray; Treasurer,
Bljynn, Devereaux; Mrs. Riron has been chosen as leader of the circle.
GENERAL SCBOOL NEWS.