Application for Enrollment at Genoa for Naomi Johnson, 31 Aug. 1927
Summary:Document gives reason for enrollment as "Home conditions are very poor. Parents are divorced. The mother who has custody of the child is in poor health and unable to provide. The father is indifferent and has failed to contribute to the child's support."
Naomi Johnson, age 12, applies to enter Genoa for 3 years. Application mentions her father, Joseph Johnson, and her mother, June Busby, both as living.
Citation:Application for Enrollment at Genoa for Naomi Johnson, 31 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.