Document gives reason for enrollment as "I cannot attend any other."
Moses Black Bird, age 18, applies to enter grade 10. Application mentions his father, Frank Black Bird, is deceased, and his mother, Rose Black Bird, owns 320 acres of land and works as a housekeeper. Application also lists Moses’ skills and interests include auto mechanics, business, and physical education.
Application for Enrollment at Genoa for Moses Black Bird, 13 Aug. 1929; Folder: Blackbird, Moses, Box 1152; Case Files of Pine Ridge Students Attending Genoa Indian School, ca. 1913 - ca. 1933; Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs Department of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs, NAID 1154495; Record Group 75; National Archives and Records Administration—Kansas City.