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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1883
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Table of statistics showing educational and missionary work carried on by religious societies among Indians during year ending June 30, 1883,   pp. 240-241-244-245 PDF (1.7 MB)


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240 
SCHOOLS AND MISSIONS AMONG INDIANS 
Table of statistics showing educational and missionary work carried on 
Number of Number of 
pupils 
whom build-    pupil8 
ings will I attending 
during the 
accommo- 
date.       year. 
~I 
PRESBYTERIANS (BOARD OF HOME MISSIONS). 
Boarding school at Albuquerque, N. Mex ...................................t
100 ....-112 ...... 
Boarding school at Navajo Agency, New Mexico ............................
100 ......  94 .... 
Day school among Moquis in Arizona ....................................................
  .. 
Day school at Zuni Pueblo, N. Mex ...............................   ....
  .   50...   "112 
Day school at Jemez Pueblo, N. Mex.....................     .........  ....
     5 .. . .75 . 59 
Day  school at Laguna Pueblo, N. Mex....................................
100..... .-       36 
Orphan school, Choctaw Nation, Ltd. T..............................     
  38.       27.... 
Girls' day school, Creek Nation, Thd. T .......... . .  .   .  .   .  . 
 ......".. - 50  ..... 60 
Boarding and day school at Sitka, Alaska ......................... .    
40    200    40  e260 
Boarding and day school at Fort Wrangel, Alaska .........................1t40
  160    40  e160 
Two day schools at Chilcat, Alaska ........................................
.....t1100 ...... 200 
Day school among Hydahs, Alaska ................................................1t
100...... 200 
Day school among Homyabs, Alaska................................... ......1f80
...         800 
Missions among Cherolkees at Vinila, Claremore, Tahlequah, and Pheasant 
H ill, Ind. T...................................................... .......
Mission among Choctaws at Lenox, Id. T................ 
Mission among Nez Perc6s, Ind. T....................................................
Mission among Pawnees, Ind. T............................................
Mission among Pimas, Arizona......................................................
Mission for Puyallup, Chehalis, and Squaxin Indians, Washington Territory
Mission among Ojibwas at Omena and Old Wing, Mich..........................
...... 
Mission at Sac and Fox Agency, Iowa................................    .....
   .    ... 
PRESBYTERIANS (BOARD OF FOREIGN MISSIONS). 
Boarding school at Omaha Agency, Nebraska ...............................1t
60  25    57 ...... 
Boarding and day school at Odanah, Wis ...................................t25
  50 ......   50 
Three day schools, Fort Peck Agency, Montana ..........................t..
    180-..     194 
Three day schools, Yankton Agency, Dakota      .........................t90
......        114 
Two day schools, Nez Perc6 Agency. Idaho ..................................
    119          19.... l1 
Sencer Academy, Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory7.....................  71.....
   .74. 
ealaka School, Creek Nation, Indiin Territory ...........................
120  25   120   16 
Wewoka School, Seminole Nation, Indian Territory .........................
 60   10    78     5 
Mission among Alleghany and Cattaraugus Senecas, New York .................
......       ...... 
Mission among Winnebagoes, Nebraska.........................................
...... 
Mission among Lowas and Sac and F,,x, Kansas....................................
...... 
Mission among Creeks at Tullahassee and Eufaula, Indian Territory ........
...... ............ 
BAPTIST (AMERICAN HOME MISSION SOCIETY). 
Indian University, Tahlequah, Indian Territory ............................
 30  70    30   65 
Missions among ihve civilized titles, Indian Territory............ .............
...... ...... 
Mission among Indians in Nevada....................................................
SOUTHERN BAPTIST (HOME MISSION BOARD). 
Missions among Creeks, Indian Territory....................................
Missions among Choctaws, Indian Teritory....................................
Missions among Chickasaws, Inmial, Ter, itory..............................
Missions among wild tribes, Indiai Territory .................................
,Greek Levering Mission boarding school, Indian Territory ....120.100 .....
CAT HOLICS. 
Boys' boarding school, Flathead Agency, Montana ..........................1
80  100   49. 
Girls' boarding school, Flathead A encv, Montana-...t60---              
            53.............105 
Boys' boarding schpol, Colvillie Age ite o  Washinagton Territory. .........
(f70  110  32.. 
Girls' boarding school, Colville A., ,cv, Washington Territory..........
160    .    35. 
Boarding school among Cceur d'Aldni s Idaho....       .    .................---..100
 40  51. 
Two boarding "chools, Tulalip Ag.-n y, Washington Territory... .   
   85......    99.. 
These statistics are not complete. Some societies which are engaged in work
among Indians 
i Building owned by religious society. 
a Beside (quantity of clothing and bedding. 
b Paid by,. hoctaw Nation. 
c Paid by Creek Nation. 
CARRIED ON BY RELIGIOUS SOCIETIES. 
241 
by religious societies among Indians during year ending June 30, 1883.* 
82 
75 
33 
33 
19 
25 
50 
225 
150 
100 
100 
30 
39 
22 
111 
41 
13 
60 
95 
46 
56 
85 
0 
lno 
8 
6 
12 
6 
10 
9 
8 
9 
4 
3 
5 
9 
8 
8 
10 
Cost of school. 
To Goven- To religious 
ment.   1societies. 
$9, 305 
1.,382 
2,844 
b37 000 
C700 
3, 644 
........... 
b6 000 
c7, 500 
f 3, 500 
$7, 895 
a2, 412 
1,250 
1, 750 
687 
400 
a2, 000 
d500 
a7, 191 
a4, 751 
a3, 317 
3, 290 
1,000 
4- 
12 
8............ 
21 
3 
21 
41 
51 
61 
41 
2.......... 
0                              .0 
0 
-r-4 
P0 
I 
0 
a. 
~ 
0 
Ia 
.0 
.    $1 Io.................    ...... 
1,200....................... 
200....................... 
1,000.            ............ 
1,000...................... 
1,200............ 
100 
1,000.          ............ 
1,000 ............ ............ 
11200 
500..................... 
1,000 ............ ........... 
1,100 ............ ............ 
500  .. .  . . . . . . . . .   . 
(e)     .. . .  . . . . . . . .   . 
2,982           9          1       2,271 ........... 
807           3          2        3,421........... 
2,058           4          2              [...... 
I    3, 226 
5 6 5         3          4                -. . . . . . . . 
1,200          2           2       2,356.......... 
1,240          5 .................... ........... 
2,400          9 
1,745           6 ....    ...      1,551............. 
.....-  . ...........3            2,861........... 
 .............2            1,366.......... 
.......................       2        470.......... 
........... . ........ ... .  .2       840  ........... 
2,928.......      4.. ................10 
... . .. .  .    ... .  . 
c7, 000      1, 500 
3}    4, 600 
35      12       3,000       1,300          5           4         S00 
37      12       3,000     gl,719           88 
30      10       3,000      g               10 .....   ....................
.......... 
30      10       3,000............         .5....................................
40      10       4,000.............         9....     .............................
64      11       6,069                      7           1.....................
have rendered no report thereof to the Indian Office, and others have made
only partial reports. 
d Balance of expense, $700, obtained from tuition fees. 
e Not reported. 
f Paid by Seminole Nation. 
gValue of labor of sisters and products of the farm. 
5916 IND             16 
61 
79 
228 
528 
..... ......5 
60 
223 
1... 9...... 
6,7419 
1,700 
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