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gdp-kc0019-0092-001
Topic
Coming to Genoa, Families
Summary
School Social Worker Lucile Hamner notes Sherrill Orin Daugherty, age 7, was sent home when Genoa discontinued the lower grades and reports on the family history.
Tribe(s)
Potawatomi
gdp-kc0019-0015-001
Topic
Families
Summary
School Social Worker Lucile Hamner reports on the family history of Thomas Austin, age 16, including his lineage, events in his mother's life, where his siblings are attending school, and where the family lives.
gdp-kc0019-0024-001
Topic
Coming to Genoa, Families, Education and Curriculum
Summary
School Social Worker Lucile Hamner reports on Donald Evans' school record as well as the education of his parents.
Tribe(s)
Potawatomi
gdp-kc0019-0025-001
Topic
Families
Summary
School Social Worker Lucile Hamner claims Mrs. Evans is well satisfied with George Evans' progress in Genoa.
Tribe(s)
Potawatomi
gdp-kc0019-0033-001
Topic
Families
Summary
School Social Worker Lucile Hamner reports on the family background of Orena Daughtery, age 11. Details provided include information about her parents being deceased and information on her siblings and where they are.
Tribe(s)
Potawatomi
gdp-kc0019-0034-001
Topic
Families
Summary
School Social Worker Lucile Hamner reports on the family background of Lucien Daghtery, age 14. Details provided include information about his parents being deceased and information on his siblings and where they are.
Tribe(s)
Potawatomi
gdp-kc0019-0035-001
Topic
Families
Summary
School Social Worker Lucile Hamner reports on the family background of Victor Allen, age 10. Hamner states that his mother writes that she's glad he's at home and thinks he will do better at the school closer to home than in an Indian School.
gdp-kc0019-0037-001
Topic
Families
Summary
School Social Worker Lucile Hamner reports on the family history of Romona Allen, age 14, noting she and her brother, Thomas, are still at Genoa while her younger siblings Victor and Margorie attend a school in Topeka.
gdp-kc0032-0345-001
Topic
Coming to Genoa, Families, Health, Disease and Mortality
Summary
Document gives reason for enrollment as, "I cannot see my way clear to send my children here on account of disadvantages of keeping them properly fed and comfortable in cold weather."
Tribe(s)
Sioux, Potawatomi