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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1905
Part I ([1905])

Persons employed in the Indian agency service on June 30, 1905, under provisions of the act of April 21, 1904, and other laws noted,   pp. 522-540 PDF (7.5 MB)


Page 524

524      REPORTS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. 
Persons employed in the Indian agency service on June 30, 1905, under provisions
of the act 
of April 21, 1904, and other laws noted-Continued. 
INDIAN AGENCIES, ETC.--continued. 
Name. 
Crow, Mont.-Cont'd. 
INDIAN POLICE--cont'd. 
Big Medicine-.......... 
Fire Bear-............ 
Bear Claw-........... 
Coeur d'Alkne, Idaho. 
WHITES. 
Guy G. Baily-... 
INDIANS. 
John Hilburn ......... 
Basil La Fleur ......... 
Cherokee, N. C. 
INDIAN POLICE. 
David Owl........... 
Crow Creek, S. Dak.a 
WHITES. 
H. D. Chamberlain ..... 
Henry J. Schoenthal... 
Julius Silberstein-.--- 
John Van Patter. 
Peter C. Burns-...... 
William Fuller ........ 
Everett L. Jackson .... 
Albert B. Douglas ..... 
M. O'Shea-........... 
Fred. M. Kenobbie .... 
INDIANS. 
Wood Piler-........... 
Tongue............ 
Arthur W.'Pratt'...... 
Levi Big Eagle ....... 
Louis Fire Tail ..... 
Sam Boy-............ 
Wizi-................. 
Shoots Enemy ........ 
Two Heart.......... 
John A. Barry ......... 
Rufus DaV ......... 
Joseph Short Bear ..... 
John Round Head. 
INDIAN POLICE. 
Comes Flying ......... 
Horn Dog-........... 
James Black .......... 
Little Elk ............. 
Whipper-............. 
Ocobo ................. 
Louie Buck-........... 
Arrow-............... 
Carson, Nev. 
WHITES. 
G. I. Leavitt ........... 
Mary E. Hughes ..... 
Robert A. Lovegrove.. 
Minnie C. Barrows... 
INDIAN POLICE. 
John Dock.......... 
Richard Cowell-.------- 
Boliver John.--------- 
Cantonment, Okla. 
WHITES. 
Watson C. Randolph.. 
E. E. Hart ............. 
Charles W. Edmister.. 
Edwin H. Templeton.. 
J. G. Kurtz.......... 
Position.      Salary. 
Private .........p.m.$10 
..... do ......... .m.  10 
..... do .........m. 10 
Physician ....... 
Asst. engineer.. 
Sawyer and mil- 
ler. 
Private ......... 
Agent....... 
Clerk .. 
P h y sic ia n -. . . . . 
Farmer-...... 
Add'l farmer.... 
Carpenter ...... 
Blacksmith. 
Add'l farmer.... 
......do .......... 
Stableman ...... 
Asst. butcher... 
......do. 
Issue clerk.----- 
Butcher ........ 
Asst. carpenter. 
Asst. butcher... 
Judge .......... 
....-do .......... 
......do .......... 
Asst.blacksmith 
Miller ........... 
Laborer ........ 
......do .......... 
Private ..... 
.    do .......... 
.----do    . 
......do-........ 
....-do-........ 
..... do-........ 
..... do .......... 
..... do. ........ 
Physician ...... 
Field matron... 
Farmer. 
Field matron... 
720 
720 
720 
p.m. 10 
1,600 
1,200 
1,200 
720 
p.m. 60 
840 
720 
p.m. 60 
p.m. 50 
540 
120 
120 
800 
360 
360 
120 
p.m. 7 
p.m. 7 
p.m. 7 
360 
360 
240 
360 
p.m. 10 
P.m. 10 
p.m. 10 
p.m. 10 
p.m. 10 
P.m. 10 
P.m. 10 
p.m. 10 
1,000 
720 
900 
720 
Captain .........m. 15 
Prlvate ........ P.m. 10 
....do ..........m. 10 
Clerk ........... 
Physician ...... 
Farmer ......... 
Carpenter ...... 
Add'l farmer... 
1,000 
600 
720 
600 
p.m. 50 
Name. 
Cantonment, Okla.- 
Continued. 
INDIANS. 
Ebenezer Kingsley.... 
Chase Harrington.. 
William Wettenhall.. 
Isaac Seneca ........ 
Joseph Flying-.----- 
Joseph Pawnee-.----- 
INDIAN POLICE. 
Big Head-............. 
Sore Thumb ........... 
Devils Lake, N. Dak. 
WMTES. 
Stephen James ........ 
Otis 0. Benson-.----- 
George H. Bandy-.--- 
James B. Church ..... 
Percy S. Crewe ........ 
William P. Schwab.... 
John W. McCabe..... 
Edward E. Jones ...... 
H. M. Gunderson, tem- 
porary. 
INDIANS. 
Martin Young ......... 
Roger St. Pierre.. 
St. Matthew Jerome... 
Tryowaste-........... 
TawacinhominL...... 
Kakenewash .......... 
Michael Davis ....... 
Antoine Wilkie ........ 
Ignatius Court ........ 
Gilbert Belgarde ...... 
Martin J. Rolette ...... 
Katie A. Veix ....... 
Tunkanwayagmani-... 
Peter Little-.......... 
George Daniels ........ 
INDIAN POLICE. 
Alex Gourneau-.----- 
Metahakikta .......... 
James D. Conteau .... 
Antoine Wilkie, jr .... 
Rupert Dunn ......... 
Tatankapa-........... 
Position.      Salary. 
Leasing clerk...      $720 
Asst. farmer ....-     240 
Assistant clerk.       600 
Blacksmith .....-      720 
Laborer.         p.m. 25 
Asst. carpenter. p.m. 20 
Private .---------p.m. 10 
..... do .......... P.m. 10 
Clerk ........... 
Physician ....... 
Add'l farmer.... 
......do .......... 
......do-........ 
.do. 
..... do. 
.do .......... 
.do. 
Teamster ..... 
Interpreter. 
Add'l farmer... 
Judge-.......... 
......do-........ 
..... do-........ 
..... do  .......... 
......do .......... 
Add'l farmer... 
......do-........ 
..... do-........ 
Assistant clerk. 
Judge-.......... 
Add'l farmer.,. 
Teamster ....... 
Private ......... 
......do-........ 
..... do   . 
..... do   . 
......do .......... 
.do. 
$'lathead, Mont. 
WHITES. 
Samuel Bellew ........Agent-.......... 
John L. Sloane ......-Financial clerk.. 
John H. Heidelman .... Physician ....... 
Archie McLeod ........ Carpenter-.--- 
Robert Watson-.------ Sawyer      a n d 
miller. 
Frederick E. Hilton ... Engineer...... 
D. D. Hull.......... Add'l farmer 
Robert L. Reick-..........do-....... 
George Bellew   (tem-   Asst. clerk.. 
porary). 
INDIANS. 
Dan McLeod...........Blacksmith ..... 
Michael Revais ......-Interpreter-.. 
William Courtios ...... Add'lfarmer 
Louisson..-.......... Judge-........ 
Joseph Standing Bear. ..... do .......... 
Baptiste Kakashee .... ..... do-........ 
Gus White ............ Teamster ....... 
INDIAN POLICE. 
Philip Cul loo yah ..... Private ......... 
Z ephire  L um prey  ... . . . . .do -. ........ 
aAlso treaty of April 29, 1868, and agreement of February 28, 1877. 
1,200 
1,200 
p.m. 65 
p.m. 65 
p.m. 65 
p.m. 60 
p.m. 60 
p.m. 75 
720 
360 
120 
p.m. 30 
p.m. 7 
p.m. 7 
p.m.    7 
p.m.    7 
p.m.    7 
p.m. 30 
p.m. 30 
p.m. 30 
720 
p.m. 7 
p.m. 30 
360 
p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 
1,500 
1,200 
1,200 
720 
1,000 
720 
p.m. 65 
p.m. 65 
1,080 
600 
120 
p.m. 65 
p.m. 7 
p.m. 7 
p.m.   7 
420 
p.M. 10 
p.m. 10 


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