University of Wisconsin Digital Collections
Link to University of Wisconsin Digital Collections
Link to University of Wisconsin Digital Collections
The History Collection

Page View

United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1879
([1879])

List of Indian agencies assigned to the several religious denominations,   p. 265 PDF (316.4 KB)


Page 265

LIST  OF INDIAN     AGEhNCIES ASSIGNED       TO  THE   SEVERAL     RELIGIOUS
DENOMINATIONS. 
FRIENDS.-Great Nemaha, Omaha and Winnebago, Otoe, and Santee, in Nebraska,
and Pawnee, in the Ihdian Territory. B. Rush Roberts, Sandy Spring, Md. 
FRIENDS (ORTHOOX).-Pottawatomie and Kickapoo, in Kansas; Quapaw, Osage, 
Sac and Fox, Kiowa, Comanche, and Wichita, and Cheyenne and Arapaho, in the
Indian Territory. Dr. James E. Rhoades, Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa. 
METHODIST. -Hoopa Valley, Round Valley, and Tule River, in California; Yakama,
Neah Bay, and Quinaielt, in Washington Territory; Klamath and Siletz, in
Oregon; 
Blackfeet, Crow, and Fort Peck, in Montana; Fort Hall and Lemhi, in Idaho;
and 
Mackinac, in Michigan. Rev. Dr. J. M. Reid, secre tary Missionary Society,
Methodist 
Episcopal Church, 805 Broadway, New York City. 
CATIIOLIC.-Tulalip and Colville, in Washington Territory; Grand Ronde, and
Umatilla, in Oregon; Flathead, in Montana; and Standing Rock and Devil's
Lake, in 
Dakota. General Charles Ewing, Catholic commissioner, Washington, D. C. 
BAPTIST.-Union (Cherokees, Creeks, Choctaws, Chickasaws, and Seminoles),
in the 
Indian Territory; and Nevada, in Nevada. Rev. Dr. H. L. Morehouse, secretary
Ameri- 
can Baptist 1ome Missionary Society, No. 28 Astor House offices, New York
City. 
PRESBYTERIAN.-Navajo, Mescalero Apache, and Pueblo, in New Mexico; Nez 
Perc6s, in Idaho; and Uintah Valley, in Utah. Rev. Dr. J. C. Lowrie, secretary
Board 
of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church, 23 Centre street, New York
City. 
CONGREGATIONAL.-Green Bay and La Pointe, in Wisconsin; Sisseton and Fort
Berthold, in Dakota; and S'Kokomish, in Washington Territory. Rev. Dr. M.
E. 
Strieby, secretary American Missionary Association, 56 Reade street, New
York City. 
REFORMED.-Colorado River, Pima and Maricopa, and San Carlos, in Arizona.
Rev. 
Dr. J. M. _Ferris, secretary Board of Missions of Reformed Church, 34 Vesey
street, New 
York City. 
PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL. -White Earth, in Minnesota; Crow Creek, Lower Brul6,
Cheyenne River, Yankton, Rosebud, and Pine Ridge, in Dakota; Ponca, in Indian
Territory; and Shoshojie, in Wyoming. Rev. A. H. Twing, secretary Board of
Missions of 
the Protestant Episcopal Church, 30 Bible House, New York City. 
UNITARIAN.-Los Pinos and White River, in Colorado. Rev. Rush R. Shippen,
secre- 
tary American Unitarian Association, 7 Tremont Place, Boston. 
UNITED PRESBYTERIAN.-Warm Springs, in Oregon.       Rev. John G. Brown, D.
D., 
secretary Home Mission Board United Presbyterian Church, Pittsburgh, Pa.
CHIRISTAIN UNION.-Malheur, in Oregon. Rev. J. S. Rowland, Salem, Oreg. 
EVANGELICAL LUTIERAN.-Southern Ute, in Colorado. Rev. J. G. Butler, Washing.
ton, D. C 
265 


Go up to Top of Page