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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1883
([1883])

Contents,   pp. [I]-III PDF (551.8 KB)


Page III

CONTENTS. 
REPORTS OF AGEWTS-Continued.                                            
Page. 
Wisconsin: 
Green Bay, D. P. Andrews---------------------------------------157 
La Pointe, W. R. Durfee .-..--------------157 
Wyoming: 
Shoshone, James Irwin.................................................313
Report of Capt. R. H. Pratt, U. S. A., in charge of Indian training school
at Car- 
lise, Pa.   .    .     .     .     .     .     ..-----------------------------.-------------------------------161
Report of S. C. Armstrong, principal Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute
. 165 
Report of H. J. Minthorn, in charge of Indian training school at Forest Grove,
Oreg--------------------------------........................................
180 
Indian legislation by the second session of the Forty-seventh Congress----------184
Tabular statement showing the present liabilities of the United States to
Indian 
tribes under treaty stipulations. .      .     .     .     ..----------------------------------------
192 
Tabular report of the condition of trust-funds------------.-------------------198
Statement ofj receipts and disbursements on account of sales of Indian lands
since 
November  1,1882........................-....................................203
Statement of salaries and incidental expenses paid at agencies for the fiscal
year 
ending June 30, 1882.   .     .     .     ..----------------------------------_--------------204
Statement of disbursements made from appropriations for the Indian service
for 
the fiscal year ending June 30, 1883-----------------------...................
210 
Executive orders relating to Indian reservations issued since December 12,
1882.- 221 
Schedule giving names, location, and areas of Indian reservations, and the
author- 
ity for establishing the same.  .      ..       .     .    ..------------------------------------------226
Appraisement of Otoe and Missouria lands.   .     .     .     ..--------------------------------
238 
Table showing educational and missionary work carried on among Indians by
re- 
ligious societies.  .    .     .     .     .     .     ..----------------------------------------------------240
Statistics relating to Indian schools......................................
246 
Table showing population, industries, and sources of subsistence of various
Indian 
tribes, together with religious, vital, and criminal statistics----------------266
Statistics relating to lands, agricultural improvements, live stock, crops,
&c., of 
Indians at their respective agencies.------------------------------------286
Table showing prevailing diseases among Indians, number of cases of sickness
treated, &c--------------------------------------------------------304
List of members of the Board of Indian Commissioners, with their post-office
ad- 
dress-------------------------------------------------------------.315 
List of agencies formerly assigned to religious denominations.-.............315
List of inspectors and special agents-.....---------'-.--.--.--.--.-....
..........315 
List of agents, with their post-office and telegraphic address...................316
Abstract of proposals received and contracts awarded for supplies, transportation,
goods, hardware, sdhool books, and medicines for the Indian service.--------319
Ems  ---AR 
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