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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for the year 1874
([1874])

Index,   pp. [341]-364 PDF (10.0 MB)


Page [341]

I:NDYEX. 
A. 
Page. 
Abiquiu agency, New Mexico; annual report of Agent Russell..........    
     304 
relative to.    .    .     .     .      .     .     .     ..-----------------------------------------------------63,303
Indians, New Mexico; dissatisfaction at not being removed to their reserva-
tion --------------------------------.........--------------------- 304 
Adams, M. N., agent, annual report of, Sisseton agency, Dakota................254
Adobe Walls fight, causes which led to it--------------------------------.
  220 
Agencies and superintendencies, location of.    .        ..--------------------------------178
assigned to religious bodies-----------------------------------------178
Agency, a new one needed.        ..                   ..------------------------------------------------
8 
Agents, frequent changes of, deprecated by Indians and citizens and detrimental
to the service .  .    .   .     .      .- ---------297,304 
names and post-office address of.   .      .      .      ..-------------------------------------178
Indian, as a class are conscientious and faithful----------------------.-.---
14 
have no responsibility for Indians when off reservation.-----------------13
inadequate pay of, and qualifications for -------------------------------
14 
Agricultural tables, showing extent and quality of lands, improvements, stock,
productions, and buildings belonging to the different Indian tribes ----.113-131
- implements needed at San Carlos agency, Arizona.      ..-----------------------
298 
operations in Central Superintendency largely increased------------------212
society, Iroquois ----------------------------------------------------- 183
pursuits, increased interest in, by Indians in New York.--------------------
183 
Agriculture, in Michigan, extensively carried on---.--------------------------185
at Sisseton agency, Dakota.    .     .     .      .     ..-----------------------------------------255
laborious and uncertain at Fort Berthold agency, Dakota-----------------
243 
carried on successfully by Winnebagoes in Nebraska-----------   ..... . -
209 
successfully pursued by Oinahas in Nebraska-------------------     -..- 
  33 
successful at Crow Creek agency, Dakota.         ..-------------------------------
44 
Devil's Lake agency, Dakota.--------------------------------------39 
Winnebago agency, Nebraska-------------------------------------37 
Arapahoes and Cheyennes, Northern.       .        .       ..--------------------------------------
 11 
of Indian Territory make a successful buffalo-hunt.......................233,251
Arickarees and other bands at Fort Berthold agency, Dakota .----        
     48 
at Fort Berthold agency, Dakota-------------------------------------242 
send delegation to Indian Territory------------------------------------12
Arny, W. F. M., agent, annual report of, Navajo agency, New Mexico----------
306 
Arms and ammunition, Indians at Milk River agency, Montana, poorly supplied
with -------------------------------- --------------------------------268
Arizona, only two permanent reservations needed in.--------------------------
62 
Assistance, generous, should be tendered the partially civilized-----------------5
Asylum, orphan, for Indians, in New York.....................................23,184
Alderson, Win. W., agent, annual report of, Milk River agency, Montana-------265
Allotment of lands in severalty on S'Kokomish reservation, Washington Ter-
ritory.     .      .     .      .       .      .      ..---------------------------------------------------------336
at Pyramid Lake, Nevada, recommended -----------------------------  279 
should be made to Oneidas in Wisconsin ------------------------------.25,186
on Warm Springs reservation, Oregon, desired.    .         ..--------------------------325
desired by Menomonees.......................       .................... 
 25 
generally desired by Otoes and Missourias of Nebraska-------------------
204 
should be encouraged ....................                               
205 
for Indians on Pacific coast recommended.        ..-------------------------------
79 
Alsea agency, California, annual report of Agent Litchfield .--------------74,
317 
and Siletz reservations in Oregon, need of congressional action.-------.
 74, 21 
Andrews, Edwin, an efficient missionary among the Osages--------------------226
Annuity goods should be issued when promised ................................247


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