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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for the year 1875
([1875])

Contents,   pp. [I]-III ff. PDF (838.0 KB)


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CONTENTS. 
Page. 
Map           ----------------------------- 
Report of Commissioner......................       .......................
Legislation recommended.. -----------------30 
Assistance rendered by military forces .-----------                     
- 33 
Depredation claims .... -....-                                          
   34 
Commissions during the year.   --" - ----"----------""-35
Historical and statistical statements respecting the different Indian tribes...
 41,- 
Papers accompanying annual report: 
Table giving statistics of population, education, and religious work among
Indians at their respective agencies..' -- --_-..-..-----.....         104
Table showing lands, agricultural improvements, stock, produclions, and 
sources of subsistence of Indians at their respective agencies .------  
122 
Table of acres of Indian reservations, and authority for the same . -   
  135 
Tabular report of the condition of trust-funds .----------143 
Tabular statement showing amounts appropriated for each tribe for year end-
 " 
ing  June 30, 1876  ... .. ..   ..                     a. .    . .......
 160 
Schedule of agencies as assigned to religious bodies.               .....-
17!2 
'List of superintendents and agents, with their post-office address............
173 
Table of Indians classified by tribes, with their location under agencies.
 .- 175 
Relinquishment by Sioux of hunting privileges in Nebraska....           
  179 
Report of geological survey of Black Hills, by W. P. Jenney,. M..........
 11 
Topographical map of Black Hills. 
Report of Sioux commission. ..........                 .........        
  185 
Classification of Indian tribes in Alaska, by Maj. J. W. Powell ...............
202 
Reports of agents and superintendents: 
Arizona: 
Chiricabua, T. J. Jeffords ..........    ..    ................... .    
209 
Colorado River, J. A. Tonner.. .......                  ............ . .210
Moquls Pueblo, W. B. Truax......................211 
Papago, J. W. Cornyn .............................................      
212 
Pima and Maricopa, J. H. Stout................ .214 
San Carlos, J. P. Clum                                                  
215 
California: 
Hoopa Valley, J. L. Broaddus                                     ....   220
Mission, D. A. Dryden      2.....................................       
 23 
Round Valley, J. L. Burchard   ......................................   
225 
Tule River, J B. Vosburgh ..........................................    
 228 
Colorado: 
Denver, J. B. Thompson ............................................     
230 
Los Pinos, H. F. Bond...            ..........      .................   232
White River, E. H. Danforth  ........................................234
Dakota: 
Cheyenne River, H. W, Bingham ----------------       ...      .......  .235
Crow Creek, H. F. Livingston ...........................................
238 
Devil's Lake, P. Beckwith ....... ............ I ................. ...  239
Flandreau, J. P. Williamson ...............................................
 240 
Fort Berthold, L. B. Sperry .........................................   
241 
W. Courtenay, farmer ................................... 242 
Staning    . W. Southwortb, physician...............243 
StnigRock, J. Burke...................................... ........ 244 
ponca, A. J. Carrier................................................... 248
Red Cloud, J. J. Saville.............................................. 250
Sisseton, J. G. Hamilton .............................................  
251 
Spotted Tail, B. A. Howard----------------.....................-.-......
253 
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