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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1883
([1883])

Index,   pp. 441-466 PDF (11.9 MB)


Page 441

IND)EX. 
A. 
Page. 
Absentee Shawnees at Sac and Fox Agency, number and status of......................
......    85 
Aceounts of Indian agents, manner of settling, wrong in principle and practice..............
IX 
Agency buildings, appropriation of $100,000 needed for-................................
      IX 
Agent for Navajos expected to combine entire employ6 and police force in
himself............ -12 L 
Pawnee Agency, Congress asked to provide .......................................
   LV 
Agents, Indian, should be better paid and allowed more discretion ............................
IX, 145 
ten different ones at Rosebud Agency in eight years...................................
43 
Agreement with Moses and his friends, Congress should ratify ................................LXXI
Agriculture. (See Farming.) 
Agricultural implements for Indian service, proposals received and contracts
awarded for ..... 388 
Alabamas, Cushattas, and Muskokees, statistics concerning...................................-
278 
Allen, Edw. P., Mackinac Agency, Michigan, annual report of----------...............
........  94 
Allotments in severalty, Absentee Shawnees much disturbed in regard to......................85
and patents to Indians................................................XV
desired by Fond du Lacs..............................................16(r
desired by Oneidas of Green Bay Agency.      .       ..--------------------------
 157 
difficulty in settling Crows upon their.   .       ..-----------------------------
98 
made on Crow Creek Reserve, the cause of much complaint..........     -28,
to Indians from agency farm at Crow Creek..........................29- 
made to Yanktons, waiting approval of Department..................53"
most of the Puyallups have taken.    .      .    .      ..--------------------------------
150 
much desired by Ottawas of Quapaw Agency.         ..-----------------------
81 
much desired by Pah-Utes of Nevada Agency........................110 
none made as yet to Warm Springs Indians...........................  135
on Tulalip, Swinomish, and Lummi Reserves, resurveyof boundaries of.   148
proper course to pursue in regard to.       ..------------------------------
  1149: 
should be given to Peorias and Miamis'of Quapaw Agency- ----------.    81
should be made to Indians of Fort Hall Agency.......................54. 
since spring, eighty Pawnees have taken..............................77 
taken by many citizen Pottawatomies ................................86 
upon "Cherokee outlet," authority asked to make.-------------------
 211 
Alseas, statistics relating to ......................278 
Ambulance for Colville Agency, recommended by Inspector Gardner'----------------------
-    142 
Andrews, D. P., Green Bay Agency, Wisconsin, annual report of...-.........................
   157, 
Annuities at Cheyenne River should not be issued later than 1st October.---------------------
22 
of Sacs and Foxes, Congress to be urged to make equitable division of---------------91
Annuity funds of Cheyennes and Arapahoes used in purchase of beef and stock
cattle .......-     64 
Kiowas, Comanches, and Wichitas used for purchase of beef----------------
   71 
Sacs and Foxes of Iowa, $13,000, used to purchase addition to reservation.XXVII,
90: 
goods and supplies still issued in small quantities to Chippewas of Lake
Superior....  157, 
annual distribution of the only benefit derived from agency by Fond du Lacs.
   160 
issue of, to Hoopa Indians regulated according to work done-------------------
1s 
to Hoopa Indians, demoralizing effect of present system of distributing ....
    10 
payment of $10,000 made to Sacs and Foxes of Iowa-.-- -------------------------XVII,
91 
payments, Sacs and Foxes of the Mississippi largely dependent upon................854
Apaches, at Kiowa, Comanche, and Wichita Agency, number of...............................
    70 
-        at Mescalero Agency, condition of     .         ...................
                116 
at San Carlos Agency, comparative statistics of--------------------------------7:
statistics relating to.  --------------------------------------266, 272,
276, 286, 290, 296 
Appraisal of part of Kickapoo Reservation, Kansas....--..-...-............'....'....'....
 92 
Apprentice, Indian, in blacksmith shop, Western Shoshone Agency, learns faster
than average 
white  boy..............................................................112
one to be placed in shops at Siletz Agency.  .       ...----------------------------
131 
Apprentices, Indian, at Round Valley doing commendable work.           ..----------------------------
 17 
100 instructed at Carlisle training school................................162,
making good progress at Klamath Agency.        .      ..---------------------------
129 
none at Quinault Agency................................................146
two at Devil's Lake Agency ............................................ 
25 
two at Warm Springs Agency-blacksmith and sawyer--_-------------       134
two at Ponca in blacksmith shop, Santee Agency.       ..---------------------
109 
Appropriation for beef for Kiowa, Comanche, and Wichita Agency inadequate----------------
   71 
expenses of prosecution of liquor dealers among Indians much needed .....
   IV 
Forest Grove school, Oregon, economy necessary to keep within-...... XXXIII,
183. 
Southern Ute Agency smaller this year than last, which was totally inade-
quate.............................................................--------
21 
Tonkawas very small--------------------------------------------136 
made for Indians of Fort Belknap Agency inadequate----------------------102
of only $1.10 per capita made by Congress for civilization of Papagos ..........
.70 
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