Application for Enrollment at Genoa for Emerson Saul, 15 Aug. 1927
Summary:Document gives reason for enrollment as "This child lives within reach of a public school and is permitted to attend. The child's mother died recently and the father is a cripple and a ward of the government. Since the mother died there is no home."
Emerson Saul, age 11, applies to enter Genoa for 3 years. Application mentions his father, Moses Saul, as living, and his mother, Eliza McKenzie, as deceased.
Citation:Application for Enrollment at Genoa for Emerson Saul, 15 Aug. 1927; Folder: Genoa 1927; Box 2; Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Department of the Interior. Office Indian Affairs. Rosebud Agency. Yankton Sub-Agency. School Correspondence, 1926-34. Flandreau (1931-1932) - Lawrence (1926-1927); Repository Identifier 7388923; Record Group 75; National Archives and Records Administration—Kansas City.