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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 525

EMPLOYEES IN        INDIAN     AGENCY     SERVICE.             525 
Persons employed in the Indian agency sevice on June 30, 1905, under provisions
of the act 
of April 21,1904, and other laws noted-Continued. 
INDIAN AGENCIES, ETC.--continued. 
Name. 
Position. 
Salary. 
Name. 
_________________1_____________   1 - 111                    1 
Flathead, Mont.-Con. 
INDIAN POLICE-con. 
Adolph Barnaby ...... 
B ap tiste  Joseph  . ..... 
Yousta....... ...... , 
David Conture-.----- 
Mpses Athight-.----- 
Fort Apache, Ariz. 
WHITES. 
L. Wesley Aschemeier. 
Charles J. Logan-.--- 
William H. Grayard -.- 
Rachel McGhie ........ 
W illiam  H.  Kay... ... 
Isaiah H. Osborne ..... 
Samuel D. Woolsey .-.- 
George N. Quinn-.--- 
INDIANS. 
Walter H. Shawnee-.... 
Chili-................. 
Nan delch Kay ....... 
Bal ah tisch .......... 
Charles Naz ha....... 
Charles Enzhaha-.--- 
John Bourke .......... 
Thomas De Leon. 
Thomas Williams. 
INDIAN POLICE. 
James Ames ........... 
Peter Sanchez ....... 
May is to Nay ....... 
John Tashenday. 
Gray Oliver ........... 
Zah ga tah.......... 
Joe Nay tay hay ... 
Charley Loco ......... 
Na Chu-.............. 
Fort Mojave, Ariz. 
WHITES. 
Charles C. Van Kirk . 
W alter E. Atwood . .... 
INDIAN POLICE. 
Sherman .............. 
Lute Wilson ........... 
Fort Belknap, Mont. a 
WHITES. 
Charles M. Ziebach.... 
Charles L. Woods .... 
John Kelly-........... 
John E. Willard ....... 
Harman A. Miller_.... 
David A. Ring ...... 
Louis J. Bolster ....... 
William H. Granger-... 
Private ....... 
..... do-.......... 
..... do-.......... 
..... do-.......... 
Lieutenant .... 
Clerk ........... 
Physician-.. 
Wheelwright... 
Field matron... 
Add'l farmer.. 
. .do .--...... 
."" .do-.......... 
Carpenter ...... 
Issue clerk-.... 
Judge .......... 
......do-........ 
..... do-.......... 
Logger ......... 
Asst. carpenter. 
Blacksmith .... 
Teamster ..... 
Laborer... 
Private ....... 
......do-.......... 
.do-.......... 
.do-.......... 
.do         . 
.do         . 
..... do-.......... 
.    do     . 
......do .......... 
Physician ...... 
Blacksmith .. 
p.m.$10 
P.m. 10 
P.m. 10 
P.m. 10 
P.m. 15 
1,000 
1,100 
720 
720 
p.m. 60 
P.m. 60 
P.m. 60 
800 
800 
p.m. 7 
p.m. 7 
p.m. 7 
360 
300 
300 
300 
300 
p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
1,000 
720 
Private ........-p.m. 10 
..... do ..........pm. 10 
Clerk-.......... 
Physician.... 
Harness maker. 
Carpenter and 
wheelwright 
Issue clerk... 
Add'l farmer.. 
..... do-.......... 
Engineer, saw- 
yer, and gen- 
eral mechanic. 
1,200 
1,200 
720 
720 
800 
p.m. 60 
p.m. 60 
1,200 
James Morgan.           Add'l farmer.., p.m. 60 
C arl  M .  M artin  . ......- B lack sm ith  .....  720 
John W. Ijams ........-Add'l farmer... p.m. 60 
INDIANS. 
Standing Bear;.....-Teamster.......     480 
Enemy Boy-...........-Laborer........      360 
George Blue Breath_...... do...........360 
Many Coos............Judge......p.m. 7 
Skunk-.....................do .......... p.m. 7 
G e o rg e   R u stle r -. . . . . . . . . . . ..-d o  .  . .. . . ...- p
.m .  7 
aAlso agreement of May 1, 1898. 
b Also agreement ratified March 3, 1891. 
Fort Belknap, Mont.- 
Continued. 
INDIANS--continued. 
Bracelet ............... 
Peter Wing ............ 
Rufus Warrior ........ 
Joseph Big Snow ...... 
Edward Capture ...... 
George Rock .......... 
Augustus Moccasin .... 
Thomas Ball.......... 
INDIAN POLICE. 
Arthur Chester ........ 
Twice Killed .......... 
Frank Buck ........... 
Captured Again ....... 
William Berry... 
First Chief.......... 
Fort Berthold, N. Dak.b 
WHITES. 
John B. Woods ....... 
Mary H. McKee ....... 
Burr M. Sloone ....... 
Frank B. Steimetz..... 
Henry C. Goodale .... 
Adeline P. Beauchamp. 
Sophia I. Thomas..... 
INDIANS. 
Anna D. Wilds ........ 
Thomas Enemy ....... 
White Wolf ........... 
Joseph Packineau..... 
Sitting Bear ........... 
Black Eagle ........... 
Good Bear.......... 
Lewis Baker:. 
Reuben Duckett. 
Strieby Horns ....... 
George Grinnell ..... 
David J, Ripley (tem- 
porary). 
INDIAN POLICE. 
Blue Stone-........... 
William Little Owl .... 
Lone Fight ............ 
Isaac Fox-........... 
Bad Brave-........... 
Young Snake .......... 
Fort Hall, Idaho. e 
WHITES. 
W. F. Haygood ....... 
Frank H. Poole ........ 
H. W. Evans .......... 
Isaac S. Brashears..... 
INDIANS. 
Edward Lovatta ... 
William H. Blakeslee.. 
Joseph Rainey ........ 
Hubert Tetoby ........ 
Harry Hutchinson... 
Thomas B. Lesieur... 
Billy George .......... 
Pat L. Tyhee .......... 
Jake Meeks ............ 
Thomas Modzeweyn.. 
Albert Kennedy ...... 
Jim Eagle Boy ....... 
Position. 
Laborer..... 
Herder....     . 
Stockman ...... 
Laborer ........ 
Herder......... 
Laborer ........ 
Asst. butcher... 
Stockman.-- 
Private ......... 
.....  do .......... 
.... do .......... 
.... do .......... 
...do. 
..... do .......... 
Clerk ........... 
Physician...... 
Carpenter ...... 
Blacksmith. 
Farmer. 
Field matron... 
Financial clerk. 
Field matron... 
Harness maker.. 
Laborer. 
Add'l farer... 
Judge ........... 
......do   . 
......do .......... 
Asst. farmer.... 
Apprentice..... 
Add'l farmer... 
Blacksmith's 
apprentice. 
Asst. farmer .... 
Private ......... 
......do .......... 
...... do ....... 
...... do ......... 
......do ......... 
.......do ......... 
Clerk ........... 
Physician...... 
Farmer ....... 
Carpenter-.--- 
. Farmer ....... 
. Issue clerk-.... 
Butcher-.----- 
. Blacksmith .... 
Farmer ....... 
Add'l farmer... 
Judge ........... 
...  do .......... 
.......do .......... 
Apprentice. 
Laborer ....... 
..... do-...-.... 
e Also treaty of May 1, 1888. 
Salary. 
$360 
360 
p.m. 55 
360 
360 
300 
300 
p.m. 35 
p.m. 10 
p.m. 10 
p.m. 10 
p.m. 10 
p.m. 10 
p.m. 10 
1,200 
1,200 
720 
720 
780 
300 
600 
600 
360 
240 
p.m. 60 
p.m. 7 
p.m.    7 
p.m. 7 
p.m. 25 
240 
p.m. 45 
240 
600 
p.m. 10 
p.m. 10 
p.m. 10 
p.m. 10 
p.m. 10 
p.m. 10 
1,200 
1,200 
720 
720 
.720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
p.m. 50 
p.m.    7 
p.m.    7 
p.m.    7 
360 
180 
180 


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