Carlisle Student Records Location Analysis – Part 2 of 3 – Georgia to North Carolina

This is the second of three postings regarding the locations of the tribes of the students attending the Carlisle Indian School.  These records spanned about 30 years, covering about 12,000 students by their count, approximately 7000 of which are covered in my records.  That equates to about 400 new students a year using their numbers and about 233 a year covered in my records.

Some of this information is quite interesting.  For example, the Iowa tribal members were not from Iowa, but from Kansas and Nebraska.

The Kiowa originated in Montana and moved gradually south into the southwest region where they allied with the Comanche and Apache.

http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/tribes/kiowa/kiowahist.htm

However, Kiowa students are found in Alaska, Montana, New Mexico, New York and Oklahoma.  New Mexico and Oklahoma are to be expected, and possibly Montana as well, although the southern movement was supposed to have occurred hundreds of years previously but Alaska and New York?

There are lots of little nuggets too.  The one Micmac student was from South Dakota.  The Micmac are traditionally a northeastern Canadian tribe.  Maine of the northeast US wouldn’t have surprised me, or even one of the Great Lakes tribes, but South Dakota is a long and difficult journey from Nova Scotia.

Tribe GA IA ID IL IN KS LA
Tuscarora
Abanke
Alaskan
Aleute
Algonquin
Allegheny
Anadarko
Allegheny
Apache
Arapahoe
Arickara
Arickaree
Assiniboine
Bannock x
Blackfeet
Blue Hill
Caddo
Catawba
Cayuga
Cayuse
Chamita
Checto
Chehalis
Chelan
Cherokee x x x x
Cheyenne
Chickasaw
Chinook
Chippewa x x x x
Choctaw
Clallam
Coeur d’Alene x
Colville
Comanche
Concow
Coos Bay
Coquell
Covelo
Cowlitz
Creek
Crow x
Delaware
Digger
Elkek
Flathead
Gros Ventre
Hoopa
Hopi
Iowa x
Iroquois
K
Kalispell
Kaw
Kickapoo x
Kilckita
Kiowa
Klamath
Kooenai
Limi
Lipan
Little Lake
Little Rock
Lum(n)i
Madoc
Mandan
Maricopa
Mashpee
Menominee
Miami x
Micmac
Mission
Modoc
Mohawk
Mojave
Munsee
Narragansett
Navajo
Nez Perce x
Nome Lake
Nooksack
Ojibway
Okanogan
Omaha
Onadago
Oneida
Onondaga x
Opinagon
Osage
Otoe
Ottawa x
Paiute x
Pamunkey
Papago
Passamaquoddy
Pawnee
Pend d’Oreille
Penobscot
Peoria
Piegan x
Pima
Pitt River
Pokanoket
Pokanot
Pomo
Ponca
Potawatomi x
Pueblo x
Puyallup
Quapaw x
Queres
Sac & Fox x x
Samsean
Sanpoil
Seminole
Seneca x
Ser(r)anao
Shawnee x
Shebit
Sheyennek
Shinnecock
Shoshone x x
Siletz
Sioux x x
Six
Skagit
Skokomish
Spokane
Stockbridge
Summie
Towakoni
Tsimpshean/Alaskan
Ukiah or Pomo
Umatilla
Umpqua
Ute
Walla Walla
Washoe
Wichita
Winnebago
Wishashan
Wyandote
Yakima
Ylack
Yuma
Yuma/Apache
Tribe MA ME MI MO MN MT NC
Tuscarora x
Abanke x
Alaskan x
Aleute
Algonquin x
Allegheny
Anadarko
Allegheny
Apache x
Arapahoe x
Arickara x
Arickaree x
Assiniboine x
Bannock
Blackfeet x
Blue Hill
Caddo
Catawba
Cayuga x
Cayuse
Chamita
Checto
Chehalis
Chelan
Cherokee x
Cheyenne x x
Chickasaw
Chinook
Chippewa x x x x
Choctaw
Clallam
Coeur d’Alene
Colville x
Comanche
Concow
Coos Bay
Coquell
Covelo
Cowlitz
Creek x
Crow x x x
Delaware x
Digger x
Elkek
Flathead x
Gros Ventre x
Hoopa
Hopi
Iowa
Iroquois
K
Kalispell x
Kaw
Kickapoo
Kilckita x
Kiowa x
Klamath x x
Kooenai x
Limi
Lipan
Little Lake
Little Rock
Lum(n)i
Madoc
Mandan
Maricopa
Mashpee x
Menominee x
Miami
Micmac
Mission
Modoc
Mohawk x x
Mojave x
Munsee
Narragansett x
Navajo x x
Nez Perce
Nome Lake
Nooksack
Ojibway
Okanogan
Omaha x x
Onadago
Oneida x
Onondaga x x x
Opinagon
Osage
Otoe
Ottawa x x
Paiute
Pamunkey
Papago
Pawnee x x x
Pend d’Oreille x
Penobscot x
Peoria x
Piegan x
Pima
Pitt River
Pokanoket x
Pokanot x
Pomo
Ponca
Potawatomi x
Pueblo x x x
Puyallup
Quapaw
Queres x
Sac & Fox
Samsean
Sanpoil
Seminole
Seneca x x x
Ser(r)anao
Shawnee x
Shebit
Sheyennek
Shinnecock
Shoshone
Siletz
Sioux x x
Six
Skagit
Skokomish
Spokane
Stockbridge x
Summie
Towakoni x
Tsimpshean/Alaskan
Ukiah or Pomo
Umatilla
Umpqua x
Ute
Walla Walla
Washoe
Wichita
Winnebago
Wishashan
Wyandote
Yakima
Ylack
Yuma
Yuma/Apache
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About Roberta Estes

Scientist, author, genetic genealogist. Documenting Native Heritage through contemporaneous records and DNA.
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