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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)


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500 ZIDEX. 
Page, 
Game on Crow reserve, Montana, extinct       ............................................
     108 
virtually extinct in  Montana    ......................................................
 116 
Gardner, J. F.. Ouray Agency, Utah, annual report of-------................................
   155 
Gasmann, John G., Crow Ci eek, &c, Agency, Dakota, annual report of.----------------------
   23 
Genoa Industrial Training School, Nebraska. annual report of S. F. Tappan,
superintendent -   207 
Gesner, Alonzo, Warm Springs Agency, Oregon, annual report of.          ..--------------------------
150 
Gifford, Abram J., Fort Bertliold Agency, Dakota, annual report of...........................35
Gibson, Samuel B., Eastern Cherokee Agenc\, North Carolina, annual report
of--------------    140 
Governent, dual, at Indian agencies, demoralizing to the Indians.--------------------------
   8 
Government, self, by Indians at Yakama Agency, system of.      ..-----------------------------.
176 
well organized, in operation for 12 years at Grand FRonde Agency, Oregon..
  142 
Grand Ronde Agency, Oregon, thirteenth annual report of Agent Sinnott .....................
   141 
Indians of Oregon, civilized, industrious and thrifty .............................
 141 
statistics in regard to-.......................... ...........................
296, 314 
Grasshoppers damage crops at Western Shoshone Agency, Nevada....-....................
     128 
Gray's Harbor Indians, statistics in regard to.................       ................298,
316 
Grazing lease granted by lowas of Sac and Fox Agency, Indian Territory, to
Messrs. Pickett 
& Townsend. ....................                                    
        94 
granted by Southern Utes not recognized by Government......................
     19 
made by Pottawatomies to T. J. Anderson Company-...........................
   102 
of large part of reservation made by Pawnees-.................................
 88 
Grazing leases by Indians of Osage Agency very profitable ..................................
   83 
of Ponca, &c., Agency quite profitable ..........................   90
legislation in regard to, needed ...................................  XIII
stock on Che -enne and Arapaho Reservation, not altogether profitable to
cattlemen..   74 
Green Bay Agency, Wisconsin, second annual report of Agent Andrews-.....................
     177 
Gregory, Henry E., Lower Brule Agency, Dakota, report of .................................
     29 
Gros Ventres, statistics in regard to-................................................286,
292, 306, 312 
Gull Lake Indians of White Earth Agency, Minnesota, number and status of..
..   .   .  ..106 
Ht. 
Hadley, W. J., Chilocco Industrial School, Chilocco, Indian Territory, annual
report of .......  209 
Halfbreeds at Cheyenne and Arapaho Ageucy have good farms............................
          73 
located on Turtle Mountain Reserve, about 1,200, in wretched condition..........
 -34 
none among Tule River Indians under 10 years of age .............................
  18 
not more than half a dozen among Uintah Valley Indians..........................158
of Osage Agency have large corn farms-....................................82
Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute, annual report of S. C. Armstrong,'principal..
.    189 
pupils from Fort Berthold at-....................  36 
from Standing Rock at.......................56 
students return to Lower Bruld Agency from...      30 
Harries, John, Lemhi Agency, Idaho, annual report of ....................................65
Haury, S. S., missionary among Cheyennes and Arapahoes, report of ..........................
   77 
Health of Indian pupils at Carlisle better than ever before ....................................
 187 
Chilocco Industrial School very good..........................210 
Genoa Industrial School, Nebraska, very good .....................   209
Hampton Institute remarkably good...............................     194
Indians of Cheyenne and Arapaho Agency good, considering their habits, &c
            74 
Cheyenne River Agency good ............................................ 
  20 
Colville Agency genera'ly good-.........................................
160 
Fort Belknap Agency steadily improving ................................ 
 115 
Kiowa, & c., Agency  good .................................................
 81 
Lembi A gency very good ................................................
   66 
Neah Bay A gency improving ............................................ 
 163 
Nez Pete6 agency excellent-  -........................................  
68 
Nisqually Agency, Washington Territory, fair-...................... .   167
Ouray  Agency  good .....................................................
 155 
Round Valley Agency improving ........................................  
   16 
Sac and Fox'Agency, Iowa, very good-..................................  
101 
Shoshone Agency, Wyoming, very good .................................   
 185 
Siletz Agency better than last year .....................................
 146 
Standing Rock Agency good........................................       56
Tonkawa Agency, Texas, better than in previous years ................   
  154 
Uintah Valley Agency very good ........................................ 
 158 
Umatilla Agency generally good .........................................
 149 
Western Shoshone generally good..................................       
128 
White Earth Agency slowly improving ..................................  
  104 
Yankton Agency generally good-........................................  
 62 
Mission Indians generally good-     -    -      -      -     -      --..............................................
14 
Nez Pere6s in Indian Territory'improving ..........................................
  90 
Otoes and Missourias poor............................................   
             89 
Poncas very good ....   ........................................................
    87 
Tule River Indians improving yearly ...............................................
  18 
(See Disease and Sanitary.) 
Herd, Agency Ponca, &c., size of--    --    --     --    -     --   
--    ---............................................. 89 
of 11 cattle purchased for school at Quinaielt Agency .................................
 165 
Herds of Uintahs on White River, Utah, should be increased by a few hundred
heifers.......    156 
Pottawatomies increasing and well cared for ........................................
 101 
Hohs, statistics-in regard to................................. . . . .  .
  .  .   ..298, 316 
Homestead entries, Indian..........           ...............................................
 XII 
system the best for Crows, of Montana............................................
i111 
Homesteads, Indian, at Brown Earth settlement, Sisseton Agency, condition
of-..............     51 
entered at Colville Agency under act of March 3, 1884...............    
160 
100 taken up by Crows of Montana ..........................................
      109 
(See Allotments and :Patents.) 


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