My grandmother Lillian Felix at Carlisle Indian School.
|I just came across the document at Carlisle Indian School. Lillian is in these articles. This is So Cool, I hope all my cousins see this. On the button of this page is Grandma Lilly and Grandpa Albert and there first son Albert Jr this picture was taken in Mendota. When Lilly came home to Mendota from Carlisle to visit her family, she met Albert LeClaire and never went back to Carlisles. They married and had 5 children. Sharon
Juan Thomas, Edward Walker, Abbie Doxtator, Clarinda Charles, Daisy Wasson, Nellie Orme, Ida Wheelock, Matilda Jamison, Estaine Depelsquestangue, Lilly Felix, Alice Baker and Sosipatra Suvoroff, came from their country homes to spend Christmas, preferring this time to Commencement when there are such crowds. They showed good sense.
January 6, 1899 Indian Helper
|A surprise party was given in honor of Miss Annie Morton, ’98, who arrived Tuesday evening from her vacation. The following girls were hostesses, Misses Young, Beale, Gibbs, Felix, American Horse, Warren, Jamison, Dolphus Brown, Wilber and Silverheels. The evening was spent in playing games and music, watermelons being the finishing touch of the party. Miss Nancy Cornelius, of Oneida, Wisconsin, Miss Sara Smith and Mrs. DeLoss were among the guests.August 18, 1899 Indian Helper|
|Mrs. DeLoss and Mrs. Wheelock are enthusiastic pupils of Mrs. Livingston and are rapidly acquiring the principles of scientific dress cutting and fitting. The students who are learning the system are Sara Kennedy, Minnie Nick, Bertha Pierce, Katie Johnson and Lilly Felix.January 17, 1900 INDIAN HELPER|
|Quite a number of the girls have been giving little parties in their rooms to some of their friends. Among those was a wild rice party given by Hattie Miller and Alice Denomie. Those invited were Lillian Felix and Martha Hill. The girls enjoyed it as it reminded them of Wisconsin and Minnesota where wild rice is a native cereal.November 14, 1903 Red Man and Helper|
|Lilllan Felix says by postal that when she first arrived at her home in Minnesota, she was somewhat lonely, but now she is as happy as a bird, She misses the HELPER and orders it sent at once.July 29, 1904 RED MAN AND HELPER
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