Noble Prentiss (Arapaho)
 Born:
 Blood Quantum:  full
 Parents:  both deceased
 Address given: Cheyenne Arapaho Agency, c/o White Arm.
 Arrived CIIS:  8/31/1882
 Departed CIIS: 7/23/1892
 Age at arrival: 12
 Other info: he was 57 inches tall at arrival, weighed 75 lbs, married Julia Bent.

Julia Bent (cheyenne)
 Born:
 Blood Quantum: 3/4
 Parents: George Bent, mother living
 Address given:  Cheyenne Arapaho Agency
 Arrived CIIS:  9/6/1880
 Departed CIIS: 7/5/1893
 Age at arrival:  9
 Other info:  entered carlisle w/8 mos schooling;graduated class of 1890; graduated Shippensburg Normal School 1893;  Married Noble Prentiss, briefly served as assistant matron at Arapaho school, also worked as interpreter for Baptist Church at Darlington, interpreted camp council meetings; and traveled to interpret at camp meetings.
  Chas. Redmore, Alex. Manabove, Loomis Smith and Noble Prentiss visited camp on Sunday while Ocoyame and Johnson Webster paid the school a visit the same day.
August 19, 1887 INDIAN HELPER
Twenty-seven Cheyennes and Arapahoes arrived very early Monday morning, in charge of Mr. T. W. Potter, of Cheyenne Agency. In the party were Kish Hawkins, Tom Carlisle, Sam Noble and Noble Prentiss, old pupils.
September 20, 1889 INDIAN HELPER
Mack Red Wolf, Noble Prentiss, and Vincent Nahtailsh have gone to country homes. Lawny Shorty came in.
September 23, 1890 INDIAN HELPER.
Roll No. not shown clearly on document for---Elsie Davis, 18, at Carlisle. Julia Bent, 21, at Carlisle. Kate Stalker, 16, at Carlisle.

Sipes Corrected Dawes Roll, May 7, 1892. Text Copyright (c) John C. Sipes 2003.

                                          SOME OF OUR SOUTH WEST BOYS AND GIRLS.
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  Mrs. Julia Bent Prentiss, '90, has long been silent, but this week the Man-on-the-band-stand stole a peep into a very breezy letter which gives news of others from Carlisle.
  Julia's husband, Noble Prentiss, is Agency butcher.  Julia is well now but gets the fever, prevalent in that country every summer.  The schools there now are having the measles.  Her little daughter Lavinia whom she named after her "beloved Carlisle teacher, Miss Lavinia Bender" died nearly two years ago.  Every one said she was a lovely child.  She still has two children.
  Kish Hawkins '89, named his little girl Emma, after Miss Cutter.
  A little baby has come to live with Mr. and Mrs. Block.  Mrs. Block was Mabel Buck, class '97.
  Veronica Holiday, '90, married a young man from the fort, and Ida Warren '94, married a gentleman from El Reno.  She is teaching at the Pawnee Agency.  Nellie Morrison is assistant matron at the Cheyenne School; also Sadie Alfrey.
 May 12, 1899 INDIAN HELPER.
Guthrie - State Capitol, Nov. 20, 1893
   "Julia Bent spent six years at Carlisle."

Text Copyright (c) 2002 Sipes/Berthrong Collection.
 

H.B Peiars, Chief Supervisor of Education, Haskell, Lawrence, Kansas, to Leo Bonnin, Supt. at Cheyenne and Arapaho Agency, May 15, 1923.
Letter requesting info.on how many students that completed 8 grades or more in Government Indian Schools and their success or failures since they left school in the government or public working areas of employment. Supt. Bonnin stated- From Carlisle Indian school: Benajh Miles, born 1867, Arapaho, 1/2 blood, farmer, Calument, Okla.; Emily Kaney, born 1878, Cheyenne, 1/2 blood, housewife, Ark. City, Kan.; Henry Row of Lodges, born 1879, Arapaho, full blood, farmer, Greenfield, Okla.; Lydia La Mere, born 1881, Arapaho, full blood, housewife, Walthill, Neb.; Emil Hauser, born 1883, Cheyenne, 1/2 blood, nightwatch, Salem Ind. School, Chemawa, Ore.; George Balenti, born 1884, Cheyenne, 1/4 blood, with highway, State of Okla., Okla. City, Okla.; Kish Hawkins, born 1878, Cheyenne, full blood, U.S. Indian Police, Concho, Okla.; Michael Balenti, born 1886, Cheyenne, 1/4 blood, Professional Baseball, Sioux City, Iowa; Julia Prentiss, born 1879, Cheyenne, 3/4 blood, housewife, Calument, Okla.; Peter Hauser, born 1886, Cheyenne, 1/2 blood, Umpire, profess. baseball, McAllister, Okla.; George Frass, born 1879, Cheyenne, 1/2 blood, farmer, Calument, Okla.; Fred Roundstone, born 1886, Cheyenne, full blood, farmer and stockman, Lame Deer, Montana; John Balenti, born 1890, Cheyenne, 1/4 blood, (no occupation given); Rosa Seneca, born 1883, Cheyenne, 1/2 blood, housewife, Ark. City, Kan.; Nina C. Gabaldon, born 1884, Cheyenne, full blood, housewife, Wichita, Kan.

Text Copyright (c) 2003 Berthrong Coll. Cheyenne and Arapaho Schools.

Calumet Chieftain, Dec. 3, 1925.

Julia Prentiss, well known and well liked by everyone in this community died on Thanksgiving Day in the hospital at Concho of blood poisoning, after an ilness of several days.  She was buried at Concho Friday in teh Concho Cemeter.  Surviving her are her husband, Noble Prentiss of Calumet, two sons, Fred and Stewart of Carnegie, two daughters, Mrs. Nellie Cloud Chief and Miss Dulcie Prentiss of Calumet.

Mrs. Prentiss was a highly educated Indian having graduated from carlisle Institute of Penn.  She used her education to good advantage, acting as interpreter and spokesman for her tribe.  Always workign for the best interests of the Indians, her efforts were fruitful in bringing a bewtter understanding between her race adn the wites.  Her going will be a great loss to both the Indian and the white people.

Text Copyright (c) 2002 Sipes/Berthrong Collection.