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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1905
Part I ([1905])

Index,   pp. 793-807 PDF (6.5 MB)


Page 793

INDEX. 
A. 
Page. 
Accounts, examination .....................  59 
Addresses: 
Agents and superintendents-........... 574 
Board Indian Commissioners-.......... 578 
School superintendents-................577 
Secretaries of religious societies .........  578 
Agreements: 
Port Madison-.......................... 468 
Shoshone ............................. 153,454 
Turtle Mountain Chippewa ........... 144,280 
Unratified-............................. 64 
Alabama Indians, population ..............  518 
Albuquerque School, New Mexico ......-260,388 
Alexander, J. B., report Pima School, Ari- 
zona-.....................................176 
Allegany Reservation, N. Y............... 497 
Allen, Jas. K., report Albuquerque School, 
New Mexico-.............................260 
Allotments: 
Additional, to Potawatomi ............  225 
Alienation in Five Civilized Tribes ... 137,216 
By the Five Civilized Tribes...........608 
Cheyenne River Reservation ...........  329 
Contests-...............................628 
Date of certificate ......................  139 
Disposition by will-.................... 69 
Dower in Umatilla-.................... 67 
History of-.............................579 
Inherited, sale of liquor on-............. 20 
Jicarilla Apache, reallotment needed ....- 265 
La Pointe Agency-.....................375 
Made, Five Civilized Tribes-............ 134 
May be made to any tribe in judgment of 
President-............................ 459 
Nonreservation-........................ 69 
Number approved during year-..........65 
Opposed-...............................241 
Opposition overcome-.................. 338 
Osage, should be made .................  312 
Osage, subject to Foster lease-.......... 459 
Placing Indians in possession ......-135,219 
Ponca-.................................317 
Pyramid Lake, too small ...............  257 
Red Lake Chippewa-...................229 
Removal restrictions on Kickapoo a 
fraud-................................322 
Rosebud-................................344 
Sale of Creek-.......................... 116 
Shoshoni-............................154,381 
Swinom ish-............................. 369 
To children of Five Civilized Tribes ....- 135 
Tulalip Agency......   ................  362 
Under Moses agreement ................   66 
Utes-.................................145, 353 
Walker River-.........................143 
Work in progress .......................  65 
Yakima .................................  370 
Allottees: 
Competent, should have lands in fee ....  251 
Patents in fee authorized ...............  461 
Quapaw Agency, removal restrictions 
on lands of adopted whites ...........  461 
Sale of liquor to, off reservations ....... 24,25 
(See also Heff decision.) 
Anderson, Albert M., reimbursed for ex- 
penses delegation-........................461 
Anderson, Theresa, patent in fee-........... 462 
Antone, Simon, patent in fee-............. 463 
Apache: 
Population ........................... 516,517 
Reports of officials in charge ........... 158, 
173,176,264,266,299 
Schools-.............................. 176 177 
Settlement at Camp McDowell, A riz ...   98 
Appropriations:                           Page. 
Indian service-........................58 
School service..    ..    ..-----------------46,58,468 
Arapaho: 
Population..     ..    ....---------------------517,518 
Reports of superintendents in charge.   291, 
293,296,380 
Schools......    ............. 294,295,297,298 
School garden..........................394 
Areas of Indian reservations...............490 
Arikara: 
Population..       .   .    ..------------------------517 
Report superintendent in charge -------.283 
Art, Indian.   .     .    .    ..---------------------------- 10 
Asbury, C. H., report Carson School, Nevada  254 
Asbury Park Institute.....................407 
Asphalt and coal lands...................125,211 
Assiniboin: 
Population..............................517 
Report of superintendent in charge... 243,245 
Asylum for insane Indians, report superin- 
tendent..      .   .    .  .    ..---------------------------- 334 
Athletics in schools...................422,429,431 
Atkinson, Enos B., report Colorado River 
Agency, Ariz-............................156 
Attorney-General, opinions: 
Contract schools-....................... 35 
Right to tax Indian land in Iowa ....- 481 
Scope of decision in Heft case ...........- 24 
Sale liquor on inherited allotment......- 22 
Avery. Frank, report Fort Spokane School, 
Washington-.............................  357 
Ayres, Eli, claim referred to Court of Claims.  451 
B. 
Bad River Chippewa: 
Logging ................................  76 
Report superintendent in charge .......  374 
Bands, Indian brass _ 172,234,260,297,330,336,429 
Banks, Indian moneys in .. 4,31, 77,81,118,124,351 
Bannock: 
Population .............................  516 
Report superintendent in charge...._ 196,201 
Bartow, Allen A. and Louise A., report Port 
Madison School-.........................368 
Basketry, Indian ........ 173,185,396,363,366,358 
Beauchamp, Adeline P., field matron, report  284 
Beets, sugar, raised successfully-........... 239 
Bellew, Samuel, report Flathead Agency, 
M ont .....................................  241 
Bennett, W. W., chief Osage police, report.  309 
Betts, David W., report Yankton School, 
South  Dakota  ............................- 352 
Bismarck School, North Dakota, purchase 
location-.................................. 54 
Blackfeet: 
Irrigation .............................- 76 
Population .............................  517 
Report of agent ........................  236 
Schools .................................  237 
Blanket weaving-................-11,271,386,395 
Blish, W. H., report Red Moon School, Okla- 
homa ....................................298 
Board Indian Commissioners, addresses ....- 578 
Bois Fort, reservation, Minn............. 494 
Boone, A. G., payment for services-.........450 
Boysen, Asmus, lease .......................  154 
Breid, Jacob, physician, report .............  165 
Brennan, Jno.R., report Pine Ridge Agency, 
S. Dak-...................................337 
Bristow, Edw., report Swinomish reserve, 
Wash-...................................369 
Brown, Jennie M., patent in fee...........462 
Brown, Jno. B., report Morris School, Min- 
nesota ....................................  421 
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