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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1892
([1892])

Index,   pp. 1269-1294 PDF (11.4 MB)


Page 1269

INDEX. 
A. 
rage. 
Absentee Shawnees, Sac and Fox Agency, Okla., report relating to ............................
 402 
Agar, E. W., superintendent Quinaielt school, report of..........................-..............
502 
Agencies may be put in charge of school superintendents.....................................
  9 
Agency system, citizenship of Indians will abolish............................-.................
7,9 
modification  of ................................................................
 9 
Agent, Indian, evolution  of ....................................................................
 12 
for Pueblos should be relieved of care of Jicarilla Apaches..........-...........538,
563 
Agents, Indian, Army officers designated to act as in 1834..................-....................
22 
to  be detailed  as.................................................717 
unfitted  to  be...............................a..................... 10,12
interfere with school superintendents.......--..................................
 621 
first twelve appointed, and duties of ..........................................
 20 
Agreement with Crows..        ..     .    .    .   .   .    .   .    .  
 ..----------------------  *.------------------------------------  748 
Spokanes.............................a......... ....................... ...
 743 
Agriculture, Blackfeet Agency, Mont., not adapted for..--...................................
279 
Devil's Lake Agency, N. Dak., statistics of............ . ..-----------------
 ----... 351 
Fort Belknap Agency, Mont., satisfactory results from...........................
295 
Fort Berthold Agency, N. Dak., statistics of---------...........-................
355 
Fort Hall agency, Idaho, some advancement in..................................
 233 
Grande Ronde Agencyu Oregon, increased interest in.........-...................
409 
Green Bay Agency, Wis., some advance in.,.......-........ ............. 
       513 
Lemhi Agency, Idaho, number of Indians engaged in-          --.........................
238 
Nevada Agency, Nev., improvement in.......................................a....
320 
Nez Perc6 Agency, Idaho, discouragement of Indians regarding .................
  235 
Omaha, etc., Agency, Nebr., increase in .........................................
 305 
Pottawatomie, etc., Agency, Kans., not successful...........................
    271 
Rosebud Agency, S. Dak., improvement in..............................   
    .460 
Round Valley Agency, Cal., statistics of ........................................
 227 
Sac and Fox Agency, Iowa, little progress made in-...........................26.5
Santee Agency, Nebr., not adapted to ............................................
 310 
Southern Ute Agency, Colo., need of irrigation to aid ............................
 231 
Standing Rock Agency, N. Dak., statisti cs of ...................................
 362 
Umatlla Agency, Oregon, statistics of ............................................
 426 
Warm Springs Agency, Oregon, poor crops......................................
   423 
Western Shoshone Agency, Nebr., improvement in ..............................
   324 
White Earth Agency, Minn., statistics of .......................................
 275 
(See Crops and Farming.) 
Alabamna, statistics concerning...................................................
         796 
Albuquerque school, description of and title to site-...........................................
885 
not popular with Indians ............................................   
214 
report of Supt. W. B. Creager ............................................
 679 
taking of pupils from by writ of habeas corpus ..........................
42,165 
Allegany Reservation, New York Agency, N. Y., report relating to ...........................
 338 
Allen, -Geo. A., U. S. Indian agent, Colorado River Agency. Ariz., report
of..................205 
Allotment law, reports of agents as to operation of .........................................
 785 
Allotments, Cheyennes and Arapahoes, completed, and reservation opened ..............
64,69,371,709 
Cheyenne River Agency, S. Dak., not yet made ...................................
 430 
Chippewas are receiving .........................................................
 81 
Colville reserve, act providing for .............................................
 712 
many Indians want; surveys necessary.......................       491 
Crow, shall not inchde mining claims or homestead improvements ...............
  718 
Crow Creek, S. Dak., effect of .....................................................
 443 
cutting of green timber on, for sale only, unlawful...............756 
Devil's Lake Agency, N. Dak., satisfactory to Indians ............................
 350 
few Uncompahgre Utes desire, others bitterly opposed to .........................
 486 
Five Civilized Tribes begin to show desire for   .........................
       250 
Flathead Agency Indians, Montana, bitterly opposed to........................
294 
]Fort Berthold reserve, benefit of............................................
354 
to be surveyed for..................................... 710 
Fort Belknap Agency, Mont., Indians favorable to ............................
296 
Fort Peck Agency Indians, Montana, have no interest in .......................
299 
giving of, confers citizenship ..................................................
 6 
increase in number of, made.................................................
136 
Kiamath Agency Indians, Oregon, desirous of ................................
412 
River reserve, act providing for..................................... 710
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