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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1861
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[Contents] List of documents accompanying the report of the commissioner of Indian affairs for the year 1861,   pp. 31-33 PDF (886.1 KB)


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LIST OF PAPERS. 
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List of documents accompanying the report of the Commissioner of Indian 
Affairs for the year 1861. 
SOUTHERN SUPERINTENDENCY. 
No. 1. Letter of the Commissioner to John Ross, principal chief of the Cherokee
nation; Cyrus Harris, governor of the Chickasaw nation; M. Ken- 
nard, principal chief of the Lower Creek; Echo Hadjo, principal 
chief of Upper Creek; principal chief of the Seminole Indians west of 
Arkansas; and George Hudson, principal chief of the Choctaw nation. 
No. 2. Letter of Commissioner to the Secretary of the Interior. 
No. 3. Report of P. P. Elder, agent for the Indians within the Neosho agency.
No. 4. Report of Wm. G. Coffin, superintendent. 
No. 5. Letter of Commissioner to Acting Secretary of the Interior. 
No. 6. Letter of P. P. Elder, agent, transmitting report of manual labor
school 
of Osage nation. 
No. 7. Report of Paul AM. Ponziglione, superintendent of the manual labor
school 
of the Osage nation. 
No. 71. Letter from Rev. Evan Jones to the Commissioner. 
No. 7a a. Letter of the Commissioner to Major General Hunter. 
No. 71 b. Letter of Major General Hunter to Agent Cutler. 
No. 7a c. Letter of Shawnee chiefs to C. H. Carruth, esq. 
No. 7- d. Letter of Colonel James Montgomery to the President. 
No. 73 e. Letter of C. H. Carruth, esq., to Major General Hunter. 
No. 7a f Letter of Major General Hunter to the Commissioner. 
CENTRAL SUPERINTENDENCY. 
No. 8. Report of Harrison B. Branch, superintendent. 
No. 9. Report of F. M. Williams, superintendent of Methodist mission school
for the Kickapoos. 
No. 10. Report of Josephus Utt, teacher of Iowa Indian school. 
No. 11. Report of Philip Breamer, farmer, Sac and Fox farm, Mo. 
No. 12. Report of Acting Commissioner Mix to Secretary of Interior. 
No. 13. Report of John A. Burbank, agent for Great Nemaha agency. 
No. 14. Report of Charles B. Keith, agent for Kickapoos. 
No. 15. Report of H. W. Farnsworth, of Kansas agency. 
No. 16. Report of R. J. Burtt, superintendent of Omaha mission school. 
No. 17. Report of F. Johnson, agent of Delaware Indians. 
No. 18. Report of C. C. Hutchinson, agent for Sacs and Foxes. 
No. 19. Report of Commissioner to Secretary of Interior. 
No. 20. Report of 0. H. Irish, agent for Omaha agency. 
No. 21. Rules and regulations to be observed in the execution and conveyance
of lands assigned in severalty to Indians in Kansas. 
No. 211. Rules and regulations to be observed in the conveyance of lands
in 
Kansas, owned by Miami Indians residing in Indiana. 
NORTHERN SUPERINTENDENCY. 
No. 22. Report of Clark W. Thompson, superintendent. 
No. 23. Report of L. E. Webb, agent for Chippewas of Lake Superior. 
No. 24. Report of D. O'Brien, teacher at Red Cliff. 
No. 25. Report of A. T. L. Pierson, superintendent of schools for the Upper
and 
Lower Sioux. 
No. 26. Report of Ira S. Smith, superintendent of Winnebago schools. 
No. 27. Report of V. Smith, physician at Red Cliff. 


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