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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1884
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Members of the Board of Indian Commissioners, with their post-office addresses,   p. 348 PDF (422.7 KB)


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348          ADDRESSES OF COMMISSIONERS AND              OTHERS. 
MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF INDIAN COMMISSIONERS, WITH THEIR 
POST-OFFICE ADDRESSES. 
Clinton B. Fisk, chairman. 3 Broad street, New York City. 
E. Whittlesey, secretary, New York ave., cor. Fifteenth street, Washington,
D. C. 
Orange Judd, 153 Monroe street, Chicago, 111. 
W. H. Lyon, 483 Broadway, New York City. 
Albert K. Smiley, New Paltz, N. Y. 
William McMichael,  65 Broadway, New York City. 
John K. Bides, Hudson, Mich. 
William T. Johnson, Chicago, Ill. 
Merrill E. Gates, New Brunswick, N. J. 
C. R. Agnew, 226 Madison avenue, New York City. 
LIST   OF  INDIAN   AGENCIES FORMERLY         ASSIGNED    TO   THE   SEVERAL
RELIGIOUS DENOMINATIONS. 
FRIENDS.-Santee, Nebraska, Otoe and Pawnee, in the Indian Territory. Levi
K. 
Brown, Goshen, Lancaster County, Pa. 
FRInNDS.-Cheyenne and Arapaho, Kiowa, Comanche and Wichita, Osage, and Sac
and Fox, in the Indian Territory. James E. Rhoades, 1316 Filbert street,
Philadelphia, 
Pa. 
METHODIST.-Hoopa Valley, Round Valley, and Tule River, in California; Y akama,
Neah Bay, and Quinaielt, in Washington Territory; Klamath and Siletz, in
Oregon; 
Blackfeet, Crow, and Fort Peck, in Montana; Fort Hall and Lembi, in Idaho;
and 
Mackinac, in Michigan. Rev. Dr. J. M. Reid, secretary Missionary Society
Methodist 
Episcopal Church, 805 Broadway, New York City. 
CATHOLIC.-Tulalip and Colville, in Washington Territory; Grande Ronde and
Umatilla, in Oregon; Flathead, in Montana; and Standing Rock and Devil's
Lake, 
in Dakota. John Mullan, Catholic Commissioner, 1101 G street, Washington,
D. C. 
BAPTIST.-Union (Cherokees, Creeks, Choctaws, Chickasaws, and SemiAoles),
in 
the Indian Territory, and Nevada, in Nevada.. Rev. Dr. H. L. Morehouse, secretary
American Baptist Home Missionary Society, Temple Court, Beekman street, New
York City. 
PRESBYTERIAN. -NaVajO, Mescalero Apache, and Pueblo, in New Mexico; Nez 
Percds, in Idaho; and Uintah Valley, in Utah. Rev. Dr. ,. C. Lowrie, secretary
Board of 
Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church, 23 Centre street, New York City.
Rev. H. 
Kendall, D. D., secretary Board Home Missions 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. 
PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL.-White Earth, in Minnesota; Crow Creek, Lower Brul,
Cheyenne River, Yankton, Rosebud, and Pine Ridge, in Dakota; Ponca, in Indian
Territory; and Shoshone, in Wyoming. Rev. G. P. Flichtner, secretary Board
of Missions 
of the Protestant Episcopal Church, 22 Bible House, N'ew York City. 
UNITARIAN.-Ouray Agency, in Utah. Rev. G. Reynolds, secretary American Uni-
tarian 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.
EVANGELICAL LUTmERAN.-Southern Ute, in Colorado, and Mission, in California.
Rev. J. G. Butler, Washington, D. C. 
INSPECTORS AND SPECIAL AGENTS. 
Indian inspectors : 
ROBERT S. GARDNER......................................Clarksburg, W. Va.
GEORGE B. ANDERSON..................................... Boonville, N. Y.
SAMUEL S. BENEDICT. --..           .........           . Guilford, Kans.
HENRY WARD............-.-- ...........................Leadville, Colo. 
WILLIAM A. NEWELL ....................................... Newark, N. J. 
Superintendent of Indian schools: 
JAMES M. HAWORTH.......................................Olathe, Kane. 
Special Indian agents at large: 
P. H. FOLSOM_..........................   ................Washington, D.
C. 
GEORGE R. MILBURN ...........................Washington, D. C. 
CYRUS BEEDE .............................................Oskaloosa, Iowa.
CHARLES H. DICKSON ................. .....................Washington, D.
C. 
W. H. ROBn...................................... Leon, lowa. 


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