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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for the year 1857
([1857])

List of documents accompanying the report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs for the year 1857,   pp. 13-19 PDF (2.1 MB)


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COMMISSIONER OF INDIAN AFFAIRS. 
List of documents accompanying the report of the Commissioner of 
Indian Affairs for the year 185T. 
NEW YORK AGENCY.. 
No. 1.-Report of Marcus H. Johnson, agent for the Indians in the 
State of New York. 
No. 2.-Letter from Philip E. Thomas respecting the Seneca Indians. 
No. 3.-Copy of report by N. H. Parker, interpreter, as to the con- 
dition of the Senecas at Cattaraugus. 
No. 4.-Copy of extracts from a report made to the 11 Society of 
Friends," by a committee of said society, respecting the 
Indians of New York. 
MACKINAC AGENCY. 
No. 5.-Report of A. M1. Fitch, agent for the Indians in the State of 
Michigan. 
No. 6.-Report of N. F. Murray, teacher at Sheboygan. 
No. 7.-Report of Timothy Hegney, teacher at Grand Portage. 
No. 8.-Report of Stephen D. Caley, teacher at L'Anse. 
No. 9.-Report of William O'Donovan, teacher at Garden island. 
No. 10.-Report of John B. Weikamp, teacher at Cross Village. 
AGENCY FOR THE INDIANS IN THE VICINITY OF GREEN BAY. 
No. 11..--Report of Frederick Moscowitt, agent for the Indians in 
that vicinity.                         I 
No. 12.-Report of Joseph M. Ostroph, teacher of musicsto the Meno- 
monees. 
No. 13.-Report of Jane Dousman, teacher to the Menomonees. 
No. 14.-Report of Rosalie Dousman, teacher to the Menomonees. 
No. 15.-Report of Frederick Haas, farmer to the Menomonees. 
NORTHERN SUPERINTENDENCY. 
No. 16.-Report of William J. Cullen, superintendent. 
No. 17.-Report of David B. Herriman, agent for the Chippewas of 
the Mississipl)i. 
No. 18.-Report of Charles E. Flandrau, agent for t1e Sioux. 
No. 19.-Report of James Magner, farmer to the Lower Sioux. 
No. 20*.-Copy of report by Captain Bernard E. Bee, United States 
army. 
No. 21.-Telegraphic despatch from Superintendent Huebschmann. 
No. 22.-Report from Superintendent Huebschmann. 
No. 23.-Copy of letter from Agent Flandrau to newspaper "Pioneer 
and Democrat." 
* NoTE.-Papers from No. 20 to No. 52, inclusive, relate to the massacre at
Spirit Laks 
by a party of Sioux. 
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