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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for the year 1856
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List of documents accompanying the report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs for the year 1856,   pp. 25-29 PDF (1.6 MB)


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COMMISSIONER OF INDIAN AFFAIRS.               25 
List of documents accompanying the report of the Commissioner of In- 
dian 4ffairs for the year 1856. 
No. 1.-Report of Marcus H. Johnson, agent for Indians in New 
York. 
No. 2.-Copy of report read before the yearly meeting of Friends, 
in the city of Baltimore, in October, 1856, by their com- 
mittee on Indian concerns. 
No. 3.-Report of Henry C. Gilbert, agent for Indians in Michigan. 
NORTHERN SUPERINTENDENCY. 
No. 4.-Report of Superintendent Francis Huebschmann. 
No. 5.-Report of Benjamin Hunkins, agent for the Indians in the 
vicinity of Green Bay. 
No. 6.-Report of the Rev. C. G. Lathrop, missionary to the Or- 
chard party of Oneida Indians. 
No. 7.-Report of Rosalie Dousman, teacher to the Menomonees. 
No. 8.-Report of Jane Dousman, teacher to the Menomonmees. 
No. 9.-Report of John Wiley, teacher to the Menomonees. 
No. 10.-Report of Frederick Haas, farmer to the Menomonees. 
No. 11.-Report of David B. Herriman, agent for the Chippewas of 
the Mississippi. 
No. 12.-Report of J. Lloyd Breck, teacher of the Chippewa manual 
labor school. 
No. 13.-Report of the Rev. J. P. Bardwell, teacher of the mission 
school at Red lake. 
4No. 14-Report of Jonathan E. Fletcher, agent for the Winneba- 
goes. 
No. 15.-Report of R. G. Murphy, agent for the Sioux in Minnesota. 
No. 16.-Report of P. Prescott, superintendent of farming for the 
Sioux. 
No. 17.-Letter of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to Superin- 
tendent Huebschmann, relative to Prescott's report. 
No. 18.-Report of A. Robertson, farmer for the Sisseton and Wah- 
l peton bands of Sioux. 
No. 19.-Report of the Rev. Thomas S. Williamson, missionary to 
the Sioux. 
No. 20.-Report of S. R. Riggs, of the Sioux Hazlewood school. 
CENTRAL SUPERINTENDENCY. 
No. 21.-Report of Superintendent Alfred Cumming. 
No. 22.-Report of Edwin A. C. Hatch, agent for the Blackfeet, and 
other neighboring tribes. 
No. 23.-Report of Alfred J. Vaughan, agent for the Indians within 
the Upper Missouri agency. 
No. 24.-Report of Thomas S. Twiss, agent for the Indians of the 
Upper Platte. 
No. 25.-Supplemental report of Thomas S. Twiss, agent. 


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