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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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INDEX.                                         501 
Page. 
Hoopa Valley Agency, California, annual report of Acting Agent Porter......................
 09 
Iloopas statistics in regard to.---------_----.-----------------------------------------284,304
Hop-picking by Indians of Nisqually, &c., Agency, Washington Territory....................166
Horse-stealing, none by Indians of Fort Belknap Agency for more than a year
past...........-115 
one case at Lemhi Agency, Idaho   ............-..6............................
on Fort Belknap Agency suppressed by "cowboys " ..........................114
raids made upon Tonkawa Agency, Texas.-------------------------------   
     154 
Hosp~afor the old and infirm much needed at Santee Agency.     .     .  
  ..---------------------------- 125 
-2 "needed at Cheyenne and Arapaho Agency-------.-----------------------------------
 78 
Cheyenne River Agency.---------------.--------------------------------  
 21 
Kiowa, &c., Agency, Indian Territory.      .     .      ..---------------------------------
81 
Klamath  Agency, Oregon   .  .    .    .   .    .   ..------------------------------------------
145 
Rosebud  Agency, Dakota   .  .     .    .    .     .    .    ..------------------------------------------
 47 
Standing  Rock  Agency--.................................................-.-56
Shoshone Agency, Wyoming-----------.--------------------------------185 
for Mission Indians, California            -        -----        -----  
      14 
House and allotment owned by each family of Grand Ronde Indians.       ..------------------------
141 
agent's, built by Indians at Kiowa, &c., Agency..      .   .   .   ..---------------------------.--
 81 
guard, much needed at Cheyenne River Agency, Dakota.        .       ..----------------------------
 21 
much needed at Southern Ute Agency, Colorado .-----------------------------
  18 
Houses for Alseas, 9 built at Siletz Agency, Oregon. .     .   .     .  
 .    ..------------------------------------  146 
for Indians, 26 built at Osago Agency---------------- ---------------------------
     83 
hewn log, built for themselves by Fond du Lac Indians--------_--------------------181
log, 16 built by Indians at, Fort Hall Agency-..   ..-------------------------------------
64 
18 new, built by Flathead Indians ----. ......-.................................
 112 
35 built for themselves by Lower Brul6 Indians.   .      .      ..--------------------------------
 29 
52 built for Crows by Sp,-ci1 Agent Milbuin.     .     .       ..---------------------------------
109 
100 built by Sioux at Pine Ridge Agency this year.  .     .     ..-----------------------------
37 
150 built by Gros Ventres and Assinaboines of Fort Belknap Agency.............
 114 
175 built by Indians of Fort Peck Agency, Montana.--------.-------------------
 116 
200 built and improved by Indians at Rosebud Agency----------------- .---------46
5 built by Indians of Warm Springs Agency, Oregon-..       .       ..-----------------------------
152 
25 built by  Navajos this year ..  .    .   .   .   ..------------------------------------------------
135 
20 being built for Ponca Indians at Santee Agency.    .     .      ..--------------------------------
124 
77 built and repaired for Sisseton Indians, and more needed-----------------------_-.
52 
of Moquis Pueblos, built of hewn stone and very ancient.    .      ..---------------------------
136 
(See Improvements ) 
Hualapais, statistics in regard to---------------------------------------------------284
Hunt, P. B., Kiowa, Comanche, and Wichita Agency, Indian Territory,'annual
reportof -- -     79 
Improvements and additions to buildings at Rosebud Agency-.............-.....................
44 
tepairs in agency building needed at Colorado River Agency----------.   
    4 
Indians needed on a,,g:ency buildings at Cheyenne and Arapaho Agency.........-76
Indians to school buildings at Sisseton Agency, estimate of.            
       50 
farm, &c., more extensive than ever before at Western Shoshone Agency
.        128 
(See Iouses ) 
Indian industries at Hampton Institute, Virglnia----------------------------------191-194
Indians living between Hoopa and Klamath River Reservations, present status
and needs ..      11 
Inspectors of Indian service, addresses of---------------------------------.......
          348 
Intemperance among Indians at Nez Perc6 Agency'prevalent to'so~ne extent
------------------.68. 
Indians dependent usually upon contiguity of white settlements ........ 
  1 
Indians of Mackinac Agency decreasing steadily.--------------------103 
Thief River Indians, Minnesota, prevalence of------------------....    105
Uintah Valley Indians caused by one white man........................157
Yumas severely punished by Chief Pasqual .............................  
  1 
greatly decreasing among Mission Indians......-...............................
14 
increasing among Bois Forte Indians of La Pointe Agency-------------------..
  179 
none among Indians of Fort Hall Agency, Idaho................................65
none among the Navajos---------.-----------------------------------------
   134 
none at Ouray Agency, Utah-------------------------------- -_----------155
none on Western Shoshone Reservation, but much amotg Indians outside ......
   129 
quite prevalent among Indians of Pima Agency, Arizona......-...............
     6 
(See Drunkenness and Liquor.) 
Intruders and disputed citizenship-in the Indian Territory-.......-...........................XLIII
at Union Agency increasing rapidly and very troublesome..------------------------
  99 
upon Indian reservations, removal by troops a farce....-........-----------------
  99 
white, 70 removed from Cmur d'A6ne Roeserve, Washington Territory..............
  160 
(See Depredations and Tresspassers.) 
lowas, of Sac and Fox Agency, Indian Territory, history and present status
of................94 
statistics in  regard  to  ..-.. - ------ . ..... ...... .........................290,
292, 308, 310 
Irrigating dams and ditches made on Pyramid Lake and Walker Reserves, Nevada...........-127
14 new ones built by Apaches of San Carlos Agency, Arizona------------------7
on San Carlos Reservation all destroyed by floods .............................
 7 
ditch, 2 miles long, made by San Juan's band of Mescaleros........................132
8 miles long, made by Indians of Fort Peck Agency..........................116
munch needed  on  Klaiatb  Reservation-................................ .
.. 144 
ditches needed on Crow Reserve, Montana------------------------------------..
      110 
Irrigation almost impossible at Colorado River Agency, Arizona, practical
suggestions, &c. .... 2, 3 
much needed at Blackfeet Agency, Montana-....................................
     108 
Jackson, A. Ht., agent at Pitoa, &c., Agency, Arizona, annual report
of-....................   5 
Jicarifla Apaches, removal to Mescalero Agency, present status, &c .........................
 131 


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