|Thos. Bear Robe, Eugene Tahkapuer, and Bertha Mason
besides Harry Shirley subscribed for the RED MAN this week.
November 2, 1888 INDIAN HELPER.
Nina received the prettiest doll. Her grand-father, Bear Robe, one of the party of Cheyenne and Arapahoe Chiefs, who visited the school a few weeks ago, left money for the purchase of it
December 25, 1891 INDIAN HELPER
WHO IS MR. ROBE?
January 27, 1899 INDIAN HELPER
CHANGES IN INDIAN SERVICE:
IN PLACE OF:
August 9, 1901 RED MAN AND HELPER
THE CATHOLIC MEETING.
By Pablo Herrera.
There was no benediction service, as has been usual recently at the Sunday evening meetings, the sisters and members reciting the rosary instead.
There were seven girls and three boys whose names were added to the list. The girls were Relia Oshkosh, Mary Peters, Sarah Boyd. Keva Merrivall, Lucy Red Feather, Rachel Holmes, and Melda Duncan. The boys were Charles Bush and Thomas Bearrobe, and John Wyrick, who is now attending Conway Hall in town.
October 16, 1914 ARROW
|Text Copyright (c) 2003 John Sipe.
Dawes Roll (Corrected), May 7, 1892. Roll no. and age:
928, Thomas C. Bear Robe, father, 36; 929, Nina Carlisle, daug., 10 and at Carlisle; 907, Mrs. Greany, mother, 24, (wife of Thomas C. Bear Robe); 908, John Greany, son, 6.
|Vol. 160:310-312 C.E. Shell to Commissioner, Feb.
Petent Application of Thomas Carlisle Bear Robe, allot. worth about $4,000.00, is nearly full blood, married, 45 years old,is a Medicine Man, travels with Wild West Show, has 120 acres of good farming land, 40 acres of sand on allot.,no debts.
|61165/1917/Chey. & Arap./312.
W.W. Scott to Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Concho, Okla., June 20, 1917.
I have the honor to inform the office that Bear Robe (Van Horn Flying Man) C&A Allottee Number 639 has purchashed an automobile listed at $1,750.
This man was listed by the Competency Commission as competent and recommended for patent. As he has no other resources obviously he has pledged his allotment in anticipation of a patent. The information is presented for such action as is deemed proper.
This officer has been uncertain as to whether it was intended that Executive Order of April 4th, 1917, extending the Trust period over lands of these Indians, should be made public. We have not done so, but real estate dealers in the vicinity have received lists of those to whom patents will probably be issused from Washington correspondents. Incidentally, we are advised by a gentleman from Geary, that the patents to be issued under the Competency Commissioner were mailed from your Office on Wednesday the 13th.
We have not received them yet.
Text Copyright (c) 2004 Sipes/Berthrong Cheyenne and Arapaho Collections.
Land Allotment Files.