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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1863
([1863])

[Contents] List of papers accompanying the report of the commissioner of Indian affairs for 1863,   pp. 40-48 PDF (2.9 MB)


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LIST OF PAPERS. 
the last payment or appropriation for that purpose, to January 1, 1864; and
No. 5 shows the amount, cost and interest of the abstracted bonds. 
Respectfully submitted. 
WILLIAM     P. DOLE, Commissioner. 
Hon. J. P. USHER, 
Secretary of the Interior. 
NOTE.-.-The following communications, comprising an addenda to the list 
of accompanying papers, were received after the preparation of the foregoing
reports, viz: 
Annual reports from Elijah Steele, superintending agent for the northern
district of California; Governor James W. Nye, ex officio superintendent
of 
Nevada; James D. Doty, superintendent of Utah; Lorenzo Labadi, agent for
Indians in New Mexico; a communication from Governor John Evans, ex officio
superintendent of Colorado, relative to anticipated Indian hostilities; and
a 
report from Hon. Alexander Ramsey, relative to treaty negotiated with the
Chippewas of Red Lake and Pembina, and a council held with the Chippewas
of the Mississippi. 
List of papers accompanying the report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs
for 1863. 
OREGON SUPERINTENDENCY. 
No. 1. Report of J. W. P. Huntington, superintendent. 
No. 2. Letter from same, enclosing extracts from official report of Colonel
C. S. Drew relative to hostilities in the eastern part of Oregon. 
No. 3. Extracts above referred to. 
No. 4. Statistical report of Agent B. R. Biddle. 
No. 5. Report of W. H. Barnhart, agent at Umatilla agency. 
No. 6. Report of Benjamin Simpson, agent at Siletz agency. 
No. 7. Report of James B. Bayley, physician at Siletz agency. 
No. 8. Report of John Willis, farmer at Siletz agency. 
No. 9. Report of George Megginson, farmer at Siletz agency. 
No. 10. Report of Robert Hill, farmer at Siletz agency. 
No. 11. Report of J. B. Clarke, teacher at Siletz agepcy. 
No. 12. Report of William Logan, agent at Warm Spring reservation. 
No. 13. Report of F. B. Chase, blacksmith at Warm Spring reservation. 
No. 14. Report of W. E. Smart, surveyor at Warm Spring reservation. 
No. 15, Report of J. D. Hurst, miller at Warm Spring reservation. 
No. 16. Report of George C. Cook, wagon-maker at Warm Spring reservation.
No. 17. Report of William C. McKay, physician at Warm Spring reservation.
No. 18. Report of M. Reaves, teacher at Warm Spring reservation. 
No. 19. Report of J. Whiting, superintendent of farms at Warm Spring 
reservation. 
No. 20. Report of Amos Harvey, sub-agent at Alseya sub-agency. 
No. 21. Report of Thomas Clarke, farmer at Alseya sub-agency. 
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