• Creator
  • Department of the Interior. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Santa Fe Indian School. Santa Clara Day School. ?- ?
  • Created Date
  • 1904-04-14
  • Description
  • Letter to Supt. Crandall from Miss True requesting permission for Pedro Chiquito Cajete and his daughter, Genevieve, to accompany the Sousea family to the St. Louis Exposition. Miss True recorded that Pedro Cajete was taking a supply of warlike garments, silver jewelry, pottery and other pueblo crafts. His daughter made passable pottery and beautiful clothing. Pedro and Aniceto Sousea were best friends. Miss True secured Pedro's agreement to c... more
    Letter to Supt. Crandall from Miss True requesting permission for Pedro Chiquito Cajete and his daughter, Genevieve, to accompany the Sousea family to the St. Louis Exposition. Miss True recorded that Pedro Cajete was taking a supply of warlike garments, silver jewelry, pottery and other pueblo crafts. His daughter made passable pottery and beautiful clothing. Pedro and Aniceto Sousea were best friends. Miss True secured Pedro's agreement to complete the work on the 2 new rooms of the school. less
  • Format
  • Letters (Correspondence)
    Paper
  • Rights
  • Unrestricted