The Susan's debate tonight will be upon the question: Resolved, That to receive rations from the Government is a benefit to the Indians.  Affirmative, Alice Hayes and Viola Zieh; Negative, Maud Snyder and Louisa Provost.
November 11, 1898 INDIAN HELPER

Mrs. Alice Hayes Reboin, writes to her Carlisle friends from her home in Stites, Idaho, that a dear little baby boy has come to live with them. Alice has many friends who would like very much to see her handsome little son.

November 14, 1902 RED MAN AND HELPER


   Emma Logan's grace, natural ease and eloquent finish, and Spencer William's directness, quiet yet forceful utterance, with splendid mastery of English pronunciation divided the honors equally on Friday night last.
   Emma's selection was descriptive in style, and she made us see the Brooklyn Bridge from the "First Line Across" to the magnificent finish.  There is high art in thus presenting a subject, so that the audience forgets the speaker, to become lost in her description.
   Spencer presented well the logic of his declamation "The Keys to Success" with all stump-speech gusto most graciously eliminated.  A subject such as he selected never fails to impress a Carlisle school audience.
   The next best speakers were William Sheehan and Garfield Sitaraangok, the former giving a vivid word picture of the horrors and beauties of Yellow Stone Park, and Garfield admonishing with the forceful earnestness of an anxious father, his children on Promptness.
   The Man-on-the-Band-Stand comments on the way from the Hall, and some gave the banner to Garfield.  In many respects he merited such commendation.
   .......  Lizzie Hayes was earnest but gentle, while Roy Smith was manly and could be heard all over the house.
April 29, 1904 RED MAN AND HELPER

Lizzie Hayes, who has been spending her vacation in the wilds of Idaho, thinks of returning to the school
next month. Lizzie is missed by her friends and all are anxious to see her come back.
Sept 25, 1908 ARROW

Lizzie Hayes, who went. home last summer, writes to a friend that she is getting along nicely at home, but often wishes she was back at dear old Carlisle.
April 23, 1909 ARROW

Lizzie Hayes, Nez Perce, an ex-student of Carlisle, is doing well among her people. She is the president of the Young Women’s Christian Association at Kamiah, Idaho. It was organized there some years ago.
May 7, 1909 ARROW

Word reaches us from Ft, Lapwai, Idaho, that Lizzie Hayes, who left Carlisle last year, recently married Abel Grant, the son of Judge Grant, a noted Nez Perce. They will live at Ft. Lapwai.
Dec 10, 1909 ARROW

Lizzie Hayes, now Mrs. Grant writes from Kamiah, Idaho, that she is at present at the home of her mother with her two little children.
March 20, 1914 ARROW
C&A Carlisle School, Pratt to Miles, Aug. 27th, 1881.
Students on vacation with farmers.
Miles; Davis; Darlington; Harvey White Shield; Hayes; Hubbell; Joseph; John Washa; Doty; Chester; Morton; Elkanah; Frank Engler; Clarence; Theodore; Van Horn; Casper; John Williams; Red Hat; Lucy Cheyenne;Minerva; Ada Bent; Matilda; Anna Raven; Minnie Yellow Bear; Leah and Ella Hippy and Steve Williamson.

Text Copyright (c) 2004 John Sipes
(Berthrong Cheyenne Collection. Carlisle School Section.)

 Text Copyright (c) 2003 John Sipe. Dawes Roll (Corrected), May 7, 1892. Roll no. and age:

No. 935, Crooked Arm, husb., 53; 936, Woman Later, wife, 41; 2093, Little Owl, son,9; 937, Mad Woman(Bertha Crooked Arm), daug., 11; 938, Shoe Boy, son, 3, (Cheyenne name We-e-wach); 939, Darwin Hayes, son, 17, at Carlisle, (Cheyenne name Ho-kusts).

Seger Agency, Okla., June 30th, 1925, by Charles Eggers, 
Supt. No. 94, Moose/ Lilly Hayes, Born 1887, Wife of 
Darwin Hayes.

Text Copyright (c) 2003 Sipe/Berthrong Cheyenne Collections. Florida Prisoners and Carlisle Students Files. 

Seger Agency, Okla., June 30th, 1925, by Charles Eggers, Supt. No. 94, Moose/ Lilly Hayes, Born 1887, Wife of Darwin Hayes.

Florida Prisoners and Carlisle Students-(Sipes/Berthrong Cheyenne Collections, 2003)

Darwin Hayes and Moose parents of child born 10-23-1909 and unnamed. CheyennesDarwin Hayes and Lillie Elk River parents of Cecilia Hayes born 4-17-1919.

Births and Deaths of C&As (no name of vol. pages only shown)
1902 C&A Family Registar
Text Copyright (c) 2003 Ruby Bushyhead C&A Family Heirship and Estate Testimonies compiled by John Sipes.

Charcoal/Darwin Hayes, male, born 1876, husb.; Moose/Mare Mouse/ Lilly Hayes, female, born
1887, wife; Maryetta Hayes, dau., born 1913; Cecelia Hayes, dau., born 1919; Gus D. Hayes, son,
born 1921.

Census of the Cheyenne Indians of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Agency. Seger Agency on June 30, 1927, taken by L.S. Bonnin, Superintendent.
Text Copyright (c) John C. Sipes  2003

United States Department of the Interior, Indian Field Office, Cheyenne and Arapaho Indian Agency, Concho, Oklahoma, July 14, 1928.
Indian Fair Association in meeting at Coyotes place elected the following committees:
    Cleaver Warden, Chairman; Charles Curtis, Norton Beaver, Darwin Hayes.
    George Frass, Chairman; Hailman Hawk, John Pedro, Howard Bird.
 Stock And Poultry:
    Dawes White Bird, Chairman; Emil Curtis, Sampson Kelly, Robert Sankey.
 Home Economics And Native Arts And Crafts:
    Annie Van Horn, Chairman; Susie Pratt Sankey, Mollie Shepard, Mollie C. Big Nose.
 Better Babies Show:
    Mrs. George Frass, Chairman; Mrs. Belle Martin, Mrs. Flora Clark.
 Entertainment: (Includes Indian dances, games, fancy and bucking riding, informing and directing public, beauty contest (of young girls 15 to 20 yrs. in Indian dress)
   Mack Haag, Chairman; Tom Levi, Scott Harrison, Peter Hoof and John Heap-of Birds.
 Law and Order on Camp Grounds of Indians.
   Kish Hawkins, Chief of Indian Police, under the direction of the Superintendent of Indian Agency, will be permitted to select two helpers for police duty, and together with such other law enforcement officers as may be provided the camp and immediate vicinity will be guarded and law and order enforced.

Sipes Cheyenne Collection, Indian Fairs Section -Text Copyright (c) 2004 John Sipes Collection.

Clinton Chronicle, April 30, 1914.
July 31st. 1913.
Indians returning from Cantonment Willow Dance (Sun Dance).
Those who denied themselves the pleasure to tend crops:
Mack Prairie Chief, Standing Bird, Perry Reynolds, Sidney Sioux, Harvey White Turtle, Little Man, Sioux Little Calf, John Wilson, Red Bird, Howling Crane, and Old Man Stone Road.
Ed Hadley, Indian Policeman at Colony, on vacation. Standing Bird sold 43 dozen roasting ears last week.
Darwin Hayes wife had a baby.

Text Copyright (c) 2004 Sipes/Berthrong Cheyenne Collections. Newspaper Exerpts, Clinton Chronicle.

Darwin Hayes, Carlisle student served as Indian Policeman at Red Moon agency ca. 1915.
(Berthrong Cheyenne Collection. Indian Police Section.)

Text Copyright (c) 2004 John Sipe. Berthrong Cheyenne Collection, Indian Police Section.

Seger Indian Agency
Colony, Oklahoma
June 13, 1922
Agents Reports File, Cheyenne & Arapaho Agency
 Darwin Hayes, age 46, full blood Cheyenne, patentee, wife and four children. ( 1/2 Brother to Squint Eye, POW).
Date of Survey: April 7, 1922
This Indian resides in what is known as west camp two miles north of Hammon, Oklahoma. He has a one room house, cistern, wagon, lister, sled cultivator, and a storm cave. Two of his children of school age attend the Red Moon Day School. He has ten acres planted to corn and has an excellent garden.
No sickness found in the family.

Text Copyright (c) John L. Sipe  2004. Sipe/Berthrong Collections. Seger Agency Reports.