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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1884
([1884])

Index,   pp. 493-512 PDF (8.7 MB)


Page 496

496                                        INDEX. 
Page. 
Civilization of Red Lakes of White Earth Agency, progress in .................................
 104 
of Shoshones of Wyoming, advancing slowly, reasons therefor...................
 185 
progress and present condition of Indiana of Yakama Agency in........-..........
172 
rapid and determined progress of Omahas in pursuits of...............-.........
118 
rapid and steady progress of Klamath Indians in .................................
 144 
steady growth of Warm Springs Indians in .......................................
 150 
Civilized and self-supporting, Umatillas of Oregon are....................................
 147 
Clackamas, statistics in regard to................     ...............................
296, 314 
Clark, John W., Colorado River Agency, Arizona, annual report of .........................
   1 
Coal on White Mountain Reservation, Aizona ..............................................
XXXVI, 8 
Ccur d'Al'hnes of Colville Agency, the most civilized Indians in the Northwest
...............  159 
statistics in regard to ..................... .....................    ...
298, 316 
Colorado River Agency, Arizona, second annual report of Agent Clark .......................I
Columbia Reserve, Indians on, statistics in regard to ................ ...................300
Colville Agency, Washington Territory, annual report of Agent Waters ....
       .158 
Colvilles, statistics in  regard  to  ...............................................................
298, 316 
Comanches, statistics in regard to................................................
290,308 
Commissioner, special, investigates coal-fields on San Carlos Reserve, Arizona............--.XXXVI,
8 
Concows, statistics in  regard  to...............................................-284,
304 
Congress adopts pernicious policy towards Indians of Ya kama Agency.....................173
fails to make appropriation for supplies for Mescalero Agency. Trouble results
......  133 
fails to take action relative to removal of S~pokan Indians, Washington Territory....-
 159 
makes arbitrary reduction of allowance for Indian education at Hampton schooi
.... XX, 190 
makes magnificent appropriation of $3,000 for "support, civilization,
and education" 
of Tonkawas, of Texas .....................................................
 154 
makes small appropriation for Moquis Pueblos ......................................
138 
offers a premium to troublesome Indians .............................................
134,154 
responsible for half-starved and demoralized Ihdians of Western Shoshone
Agency.    129 
shows great apathy in regard to education of Indians ...............................
 189  . 
"spasmodic economy" of, as applied to Indian service ...............................
 164 
to blame for deplorable and suffering conditicu of Indians in Montana-...............
115 
urged to adopt humane and common-sense policy towards Indians..................
130,185 
urged to legislate against sale of arms, ammunition, and liquor to Indians
...........  VII 
Congressional interference, Winnebagoes the victims of political scheming
and injudicious...-  119 
Consolidation of Moquis Pueblo Agency with the Navajo .....................................
 136 
Contracts awarded for Indian supplies, table ..................................................
 352 
Coos, statistics in  regard  to.........................-...........................................
296 
Coquills, statistics in regard to .....................................................
    296 
Council held with Indians of Sisseton Agency, by special commissioners, in
May, 1884......... 51 
Councilmen, permanent Board of, at Pine Ridge Agency ..................................
     41 
Court of Indian offenses a failure at Pine Ridge Agency from an inherent
defect-...............40 
at Devil's Lake Agency working well ...............................   32
Mescalero Agency organized, but not yet in working order........  133 
Nez Perc6 Agency doing excellent work ...........................  67 
Santee Agency doing effective service; 32 cases ...................  124
Standing Rock organized and working well ........................  56 
Western Shoshone Agency languishing for want of occupation ....-   129 
doing effective service at Omaha Agency, Nebraska ..................  118
effort made to establish 2 at Ponca, &c., Agency .....................
 85 
established and working well at Umatilla Agency, Oregon-............148 
established at Klamath Agency, Oregon-.........-................... 143 
established on White Earth Reservation and working well...........104 
has not been established at Cheyenne and Arapaho Agency...........   76 
impracticable at Hoopa Valley Agency .............................    10
Indians will not serve without pay......     ............... XI 64,118,154
its working at different agencies, &c ..........................IX-XI
not established at Rosebud Agency ..................................  47
not yet established at Fort Hall Agency .............................  64
not organized on Red Lake and Leech Lake Reserves, Minnesota....     104
organized at Round Valley Agency....-.............................  16 
organized at Warm Springs Agency, Oregon but is not what those 
Indians  need .......................................................  152
working admirably at Carlisle training school........................  189
working well at Fort Peck Agency, Montana .......................    117
Supreme, dismisses appeal concerning "swamp" land on Round Valley
Reserve .......      15 
Courts, United States, in Oregon, trial of liquor dealers a mere farce in
.......................  148 
"Cowboys" really do good public service in some parts of Montana.
.........114 
Cramsie, John W., Devil's Lake Agency, Dakota, annual report of ............................
 30 
Creeks, statistics in  regard to ..................................................................
290, 308 
Crickets damage agency and school gardens at Umatilla Agency, Oregon ......................
 149 
Crime less among the 17,000 heathen Navajos than in ordinary civilized community
............  130 
very little at Quapaw Agency considering absence of law...............................
 91 
Crimes and depredations, very few committed by Indians at Lemhi Agency ...................
  66 
at Cheyenne and Arapaho Agency, very few reported .................................
  76 
at Colville Agency during year, murder and horse-stealing.............................159
at Flathead Agency of rare occurrence .................................................
 113 
inIndian Territory largely the result of want of proper laws . . . .   .......
...- 99 
nioserious ones among Indians of La Pointe Agency...............................
    182 
(See Murder.) 
Crops at Colorado Agency destroyed by flood ...............2...................................
 2 
Crow Creek, &c., Agency, affected by drought .* ......................................
 25 
Kiowa, Comanche, and Wichita Agency much injured by drought ....................
    79 
Klamath Agency much injure   hy late frosts and ground squirrels..................144
New York Agency a complet failure, owing to wet season........................140
Pima Agency good in spite of floods ..............................................
  6 
Sa  Carlos Agency excellent in spite of floods ......................................
 8 
Sisseton Agency vary good... ...................................................
49 
Union Agency promise abundant yield ...............................     
           100 


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