Roll no. and age--
No. 927, Charles Debrae, 28, at Carlisle. 2008, James Hamilton,32, at Carlisle. 2009, Luke Bear Shield, 24, at Carlisle. 1993, Joseph Pawnee, 22,
at Carlisle.

Corrected Dawes Roll May 7, 1892. Copyright (c) 2003 John Sipes.

Frank Hamilton (Rufus Chapin) John Chapin, 26, 1/4 blood, Chey., married by clergyman, father unknown (white), mother Fanny Hamilton. Ah-nos-ta Hamilton/Shave Head Woman, 25, full blood, Chey., wife, father Prairie Chief and mother White Buffalo Woman. James Hamilton, 3, 5/8 blood, parents are Frank and Ah-nos-ta Hamilton.

1902 C&A Family Registar
Text Copyright (c) 2003 Ruby Bushyhead compiled by John Sipes.

U.S. Dept. of Interior
Office of Indian Affairs
Washington D.C.
Education- Administration Circular #401, March 12, 1910.
To All Indian Superintendents
"Report and statistics on returned students that attended non-reservation schools in so far as the success or failure is concerned."
Carlisle, Pennsylvania. (Name and Occupation Shown Below)
Ernie Black, works by the day and has sold his land.
Harvey White Shield, looks after his own business and rents his land for a share of the crop.
Joe Pawnee, none at present. 
William Abe Somers, none.
Alfred Brown,none.
Charles DeBrae, farmer.
Henry Roman Nose, none.
Cohoe, none.
James Hamilton, none.
(The above Cheyennes)
Arapahoes: Comanche, none; Phillip Rabbit, none; John H. Williams, none, has sold his land; Francis Lee, none; Dan Tucker, none; Cleaver Warden, farmer; Tom Carlisle, none; Howling Wolf, none, (Cheyenne).

Text Copyright (c) 2004 Sipes/Berthrong Cheyenne Collections. Boarding School Sec. - Returned Students.

Cheyenne and Arapaho Delegation regarding Black Hills Claims.
Carl Hamilton,2,male,died12-30-1920, next of kin, Roy Hamilton,father.

Births and Deaths of C&As (no name of vol. pages only shown)
Text Copyright (c) 2003 Ruby Bushyhead compiled by John Sipes.

Chey. & Arap. Messenger.
Vol. 1, July 1930, No. 7.
On June 29 our missionaries, Mr. and Mrs. Linschied, were called to Geary to help celebrate the 50th anniversary of the beginning of our mission work among the Cheyennes and Arapahoes. The work was begun at Darlington in 1880. Harvey White Shield and Robert Hamilton conducted the services. White Skunk assisted.
Thomas and Deer Creek District.
On June 12th Little Blanche Heap of Birds was taken to be with the Lord. Funeral services were held the next day and attended by two families who are related from Oklahoma City.
Felix White Shield has invented a new way of hatching eggs. He bought a few eggs from a neighbor, wrapped them in cotton and laid them in the henhouse. Without any further attention most of the eggs produced chicks after three weeks. Some day Felix may be a rich man if he he developes his genius for invention.
Old Man White Shield of Hammon deserves special attention. He wrote the Supt. Bonnin to postpone all Indian gatherings until late August so the people can tend to the crops.

Text Copyright (c) 2005 Sipes/Berthrong Cheyenne Collections. - Messenger News.