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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for the year 1904, Part I
([1904])

Index,   pp. 705-716 PDF (5.6 MB)


Page 705

INDEX. 
A. 
Page. 
Absentee Shawnee. (See Shawnee) ........     309 
Adams, Zonee, may sell lands ..............  483 
Addresses: 
Agents and school superintendents ....    697 
Board Indian Commissioners ...........   695 
Indian inspectors .......................  695 
Secretaries religious societies ...........  696 
Agents, Indian, addresses .................  697 
Agreements: 
Crow  ................................... 5,503 
Devils Lake    ......................4,499 
Grande Ronde     ....................3,518 
Red Lake .........................3,466 
Rosebud       ..........................3489 
Shoshoni ...............................  38 
Turtle Mountain Chippewa ........ 5,269,473 
Unratified .............................   5 
Agriculture: 
(See Farming.) 
Alabama, statistics concerning .............  614 
Alaskan pupils, transportation of ..........  511 
Albuquerque School, New Mexico: 
Purchase additional land ..............  481 
Report superintendent .................  254 
Alexander, J. B., report Pima Agency ...... 146 
Allen, Edgar R., assistant superintendent 
Carlisle School, report ....................  453 
Allen, Fred, farmer, Navaho Extension, re- 
rt  ......................................  144 
Allen, James K., report Albuquerque School 254 
Allotments: 
Additional to Potawatomi ..............  215 
Authority to sell ...................... 484-487 
Cherokee, early, not invalid ...........  476 
Cheyenne River.......................57 
Chippewa ..............................  217 
Choctaw and Chickasaw selections .....   115 
Claims of Omaha mixed bloods re- 
jected ................................  236 
Correction of errors.....................  493 
Crow ...................................  58 
Delaware ...............................  476 
Desired   .....................233,248,352 
Devils Lake Sioux ......................  267 
Disposition timber on.................   73 
Five Civilized Tribes- 
Certain may be alienated ..........  476 
Practically completed-............  115 
Flathead.......................59,495 
He yu tse milken loses his..........59,318 
Jicarilla can not be identified.........249 
Kaw, pay of commission..............    477 
Kickapoo    .........................212 
IA Pomnte Agency..................374 
Leases of, by guardians...............  196 
Moencopi ...............................  58 
Muckleshoot ...........................   59 
Nonreservation.........................   60 
Number families cultivating ......... 616-630 
Osage ..................................298 
Oto .....................................58,302 
Pala  ....................................  167 
Pine Ridge .............................  57 
Placing allottees in possession of. 195,465,477 
Ponca ................................. 58,305 
Removal restrictions on alienating... 102,204 
Rosebud ................................  57 
Santee, many worthless ...............   238 
Sauk and Fox ..........................307 
10170-04-45 
Allotments-Continued.                     Page. 
S    honni ............................. 123,381 
Sioux ceded lands ......................  62 
Tulalip Agency   e......................  358 
Uinta ..............................9... 
Walker River...........................119 
White Earth Reservation ...............  512 
Will be canceled only by Congress .....  162 
Work during year ......................   57 
Apache: 
Jicarilla,  report superintendent    in 
charge ...............................  249 
Mescalero- 
Report superintendent in charge... 250 
Return of band from Mexico .......   351 
Reports of agents in charge...... 132,150,292 
Statistics concerning. 594.604,606,616,622,624 
Applegate, 0. C., report Klamath Agency..    311 
Appropriations: 
Indian service ..........................  1 
School service ..........................1,49 
Arapaho: 
Northern, report of agent ..............  381 
Reports superintendents in charge ..... 
282,286,290 
Schools .................................  288 
Statistics concerning ......... 606, 614,624, 630 
Areas of Indian reservations ...............  544 
Arikara: 
Report superintendent in charge ......   272 
Statistics concerning ................606,624 
Arithmetic, teaching .......................  417 
Asbury, C. H., report Carson School, Nevada 242 
Asphalt lands, Ind. Ter .................. 478513 
Assiniboin: 
Reports superintendents in charge... 231,232 
Statistics concerning ................. 602,620 
Assistant Attorney-General decisions: 
Gauging wells by Cudahy Oil Company.     199 
Payments on lots acquired by railroad 
companies ............................  199 
Atkinson, Enos B., report Colorado River 
Agency, Ariz ............................131 
Avery, Frank F., report Fort Spokane 
School ....................................  351 
B. 
Bad River Chippewa, report of agent ......   371 
Bail in criminal cases ......................  472 
Baker, J. L., report Osage School ..........  300 
Bands, Indian, brass. 159, 274,295,323, 327, 332, 435 
Bannocks: 
Reports superintendents in charge.. 175,178 
Statistics concerning .................598, 618 
Bartow, Allen A. and Louise A., report Port 
Madison Indians ......................     360 
Basket making... 153,163,248,352,356,404,456,461 
Bearskin, George, may sell land ............  487 
Beauchamp, Adeline P., field matron, re- 
port    ...............................276 
Bellew, Samuel, report Flathead Agency..     229 
Bena School, report Henry W. Warren.....     219 
Berger, J. M., report San Xavier Reserve     148 
Betts, David M., report Yankton School..     343 
Big Pine, Cal., school site ................566 
Births, number ............................ 595-615 
Blackfeet: 
Report agent ...........................  223 
School, report T. C. Price ..............  224 
Statistics concerning .................608,626 
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