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

Index,   pp. [389]-397 PDF (4.0 MB)


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INDEX. 
Page. 
Abiquiu agency, New Mexico. Annual report of Agent D. Crothers ..........................
      276 
Superintendent Dudley ........................  267 
Atkinson, H. M., special commissioner ..........................................................
 169 
Arms, to friendly Indians, recommended ........................................................
  8 
Army, W. F.M., agent. Annual report of Navajo agency, New Mexico        -a
...........-- - .......  270 
Arickarees, Mandans, and Gros Ventres friendly, and deserve protection and
more consideration 
 from  Government ............................................................................
 12 
Arapahoes and Cheyennes, separate bands of, should be united ................................
    6 
Appropriation recommended for Pueblo Indians, New Mexico ...................................
   277 
Appropriations should be adequate ..............................................................
 10 
Apprentices at Yankton agency, Dakota .........................................................
 238 
Appraisal of Pawnee lands .......................................................................
 20 
New York Indian lands in Kansas ..................................................
 21 
Otoe and Missouri lands ...............                                 
          2 ............................................   0 
Omaha lands ........................................................................
 20 
Winnebago trust-lands in Minnesota ..............................................
 22 
lands at Fond du Lac reservation in Minnesota ....................................
 21 
lands on Kansas or Kaw reservation in Kansas .............................
    . ------ 21 
Annuity goods. Disappointment of Indians at Los Pinos agency, Colorado, in
not receiving2...     59 
Annuities, paid to individual Indians injurious ..................................................
 187 
their payment in cash recommended to be withheld ...................................
  4 
should not be paid in money ..........................................................
 3 
Ammunition, issue of------------------------------------------------------------
8 
Ames, J. G., special agent to Mission Indians in Southern California ----------------------------
11 
report concerning Mission Indians in Southern California -------------------------
29 
Allotment of Choctaw and Chickasaw lands in severalty, congressional action
relative to, re- 
commended ......................................................................
 23 
lands in severalty a promoter of civilization ........................................
 4 
lands in severalty should be provided for by Congress ..............................
 4 
Agreement, articles of, with the Utes ............................................................
 87 
between special commissioners and Crow Indians ...................................
 119 
with Indians at Devil's Lake agency, Dakota, relating to certain lands owned
by 
them   ................................... ...          .   ......... -.
.......  229 
between special commission and Crow Indians----'     -----.. -................
.........  140 
with Ute Indians of Colorado ........................................................
 110 
Agents' salaries, increase of, recommended -------------------------------------------10
investing them with magisterial powers suggested...- ...................................
 5 
Adams, M. N., agent. Annual report of Sisseton agency, Dakota ................................
 225 
Adams, Charles, agent. Annual report of Los Pinos agency, Colorado ..........................
 257 
Army, its relations to Indian service .............................................................
 65 
Agriculture. (See Farming.) 
Bannacks, near Fort Hall, Idaho, visited by a commission .........................................
 17 
Barlow, Byron. Annual report of Puyallup agency, Washington Territory .....................
    315 
Bateman, C. A., agent. Annual report of Pyramid Lake agency, Nevada .-......................
   253 
Bennett, T. W., special commissioner---------------------------------------------.
157 
Bingham, H. W., agent. Annual report of Cheyenne River agency, Dakota .....................
    231 
Betts, George I., agent. Annual report of Michigan Indian agency .............................
 175 
Birkett, C. P., agent. Annual report of Ponca agency, Dakota ..................................
 239 
Blackfeet agency. Annual report of Agent William F. Ensign, Montana ........................
  251 
Boarding school starting at Cheyenne River agency, Dakota.. - -   -   - 
 -   -   -   -         232 
Boarding school at Leech Lake, Chippewa agency, Minnesota, impoverished condition
of       -    180 
Boarding school needed at the Wisconsin agency.-............-..................................
 178 
Brown, W. H., Captain. Annual report of San Carlos agency, Arizona .........................
  289 
Breiner, H., agent. Annual report of Seminole agency, Indian Territory ........................
 211 
Brunot, F. R., concludes agreement with the Utes in Colorado ----------------------------------
16 
chairman of special commission to Crow Indians, supplementary report of ........
 118 
Montana -------------------114 
special commissioner. Report of negotiations with Utes ...........................
 83 
Burr, Walter T., special commissioner to complete agreement with the Winnebagoes
of Minnesota    16 
urgess, William, agent. Annual report of Pawnee agency, Nebraska ------------------
,  ---  193 
Bushnell, S. B., agent. Annual report of Mescalero Apache agency, New Mexico
................   274 
Bounties and pensions of Cherokees ............................................................
 205 
Buildings for agency, school and hospital needed at Fort Berthold, Dakota
......................  236 
in process of construction at Grand River agency, Dakota .................
 231 
school, and teacher needed at Grand River agency, Dakota ...... ------------------
 231 
Indians to live in at the Bannack and Shoshone agency, Wyoming, would conduce
to their civilization  - -  -  -   -  -   -   -  -   -  -   -  -   -   -
 -   -245 
at Flathead agency, Montana.--......................................................
 249 
White River agency, Colorado ......................................................
 256 
Upper Missouri agency, Dakota ....................................................
 233 
Devil's Lake agency, Dakota ........................................................
 2-29 
Cheyenne River agency, Dakota ....................................................
 232 
Fort Hall agency, Idaho .........-.-...................................................
 247 
British Columbia Indians, their influence on those of the United States ..........................
 304 


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