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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for the year 1873
([1873])

Table showing number of Indians within the limits of the United States, (exclusive of those in Alaska Territory,) on reservations, or embraced within an agency; their wealth in individual property, the number of schools, and of the scholars and teachers connected therewith: churches, members of church, &c.,   pp. 332-333-346-347 PDF (3.3 MB)


Page 332-333

332         REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF INDIAN AFFAIRS. 
79. 
Table showing number of Indians within the limits of the United States, (exclusive
of those in 
property, the number of 8chools, and of the 8cholars and teachers 
REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF INDIAN AFFAIRS. 
333 
Alaska Territory,) on reservations, or embraced within an agency; their wealth
in individual 
connected therewith: churches, members of church, c. 
Name of agency and tribes. 
INDEPENDENT    AGENCIES IN   NEW 
YORK, MICHIGAN,     WISCONSIN, 
MINNESOTA, AND IOWA. 
New York agency. 
Senecas, Onondagas, Oneidas, Cayu- 
gas, Saint Regis, Tuscaroras on 
eight reservations in State of New 
New York. 
Green Bay agency. 
Menomonees ....................... 
Stockbridges and Munsees........... 
Oneidas ............................. 
Sac and Fox agency, Iowa. 
Sacs and Foxes of the Mississippi. 
Michigan agency. (a) 
Ottawas and Chippewas............. 
SChippewas of Lake Superior ......... 
Chippewas, Ottowas, and Pottowat- 
omies. 
Pottowatomies of Huron............ 
Chippewas of Swan Creek and Black 
River. 
La Pointe agency.(b) 
Chippewas of Fond du Lac, Boise 
Forte, Grand Portage, Red Cliff, 
Red River, Lao de Flambeau, and 
Lac Court d'Oreilles bands. 
Chippewa agency. 
Pillager, Mississippi, Pembina, and 
Winnebagoshish bands of Chippe- 
was. 
Chippewa Special agency. 
Cbippewas of Red Lake band ........ 
NORTHERN SUPERINTENDENCY IN 
NEBRASKA. 
Santee Sioux agency. 
Santee Sioux ........................ 
Winnebago agency. 
Population. 
2,531 12,610 
728 
110 
644 
752 
131 
635 
161 1 174 
2,847 
564 
120 
23 
785 
2,087 
3,192 
631 
133 
27 
845 
2,558 
464   677 
412 505 
Winnebagos......................... 740 1 782 
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No.   of 
Schools,          scholars. 
Location. 
5, 141  $341, 856  281On the reservations ..!676 1 583 
1, 480 100, 000 
241    18, 250 
1,279   200,000 
335    20,000 
6,039   509,373 
1,195     1,200 
253......... 
50     . 
1,630    40,000 
5, 125--.------ 
4,547.......... 
1,141 ' 22,2 25 
917    19,460 
1,522   100,000 
2 Wolf and Oconto Riv- 
ers. Wisconsin. 
1 Red Springs, Wiseon- 
sin. 
2 Reservation, Wiscon- 
sin. 
No school ........... 
2 
4 
Eagle Town     and 
Cross Village. 
L'Anse and Barroga- 
No school........... 
No school.......... 
Nebesing and three 
other places. 
45 
30 
44 
75 
27 
57 
On reservation ....... 46 
Red Lake Agency ... 20 
On reservation ....... 80 
On reservation ....... 160 
37 
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77 
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40 
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Congregatn'l, 
Romanist. 
Presbyterian. 
Methodist -. . 
Episcopali'an 
Catholic..... 
Methodist & 
Catholic. 
6 1 Episcopal. - -. 
(a) From report for 1872. No report received for 1873. 
(b) From report for 1871. No report received since that year. 
Congregat'n'l. 
Cen greg a - 
tional & 
Episcopal. 
Friends. 
400 
500 
2004 
,260. 
400. 
11,380 
310 
Rev.AsherWright, 
William Hall, 
George Ford, 
Ur e s b y t erians. 
Rev. T. Corne- 
lius, William D. 
Buck, W. Smith, 
T. Shanandoah, 
Thomas La 
Forte, Method. 
ists. Rev.T. D. 
Horton, John 
Griffin, Baptists. 
Catholic priest at 
Keshena. 
J. Slingerland, 
Presbyterian. 
S.W.Ford, Metho- ) 
dist. 
E. A. Goodnough, 
Epiocopal. 
Rev. M. Heretret, 
J. Wiekanip. 
Rev. C.W. Austin, 
W. Terhost. 
Rev. J. A. Gilfil- 
ian, Episcopal. 
F. Spees, Congre- 
gational. 
Thirteen misiop-    917 
aries, Congrega- 
tional & Episco- 
pal. 
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241  10    1 
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