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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for the year 1879
([1879])

Index,   pp. [377]-392 PDF (7.1 MB)


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INDsTID EX. 
A. 
Page. 
Abiquiu agency, New Mexico, annual report of James H. Roberts, farmer in
charge ...........     112 
reserve, Indians of, peaceable, molest no one ........................................
 112 
three desires of Indians of .......................................... .......
 112 
A ddresses of  agents  .......2...................................................................
 267 
Indian  inspectors  ................................................................
 269 
members of Board of Indian Commissioners. ...................................
     266 
Advancement of Otoes and Missourias behind neighboring tribes, and why ....................
    103 
Agricultural improvement retarded on Siletz reserve for lack of teams and
implements .......    132 
implements and appliances, demand for, constantly increasing          - ..................
 III 
Santees as competent to care for them as whites .....................  104
pursuits of Mission Indians of California ........................................
 14 
progress possible on Colorado River reserve only by irrigation, and experiments
-.  5 
Agriculture, Indians of Neah Bay have little taste for .........................................
 145 
number of acres cultivated by Indians ..........................................
  262 
and progress of Indians on Neah Bay reserve ....................................
  145 
results from, at Kiowa, &c, agency ..............................................
  67 
statistics of, at Blackfeet agency .............-----------------------------------
 90 
with but little exception, Fort Belknap Indians have never engaged in----------.
99 
Agriculture and cattle raising, Indians of Shoshone and Bannack agency desirous
of'engag- 
ing  in  ..................................... ................................
....  166 
Agencies, assignment of, to religious denominations ..........................................
 265 
Agency, destitute and dilapidated condition of, at Hoopa Valley, and why
.....................    8 
Agents, post-office and telegraphic addresses of ----- -----------------------
--------------   266 
Alden, agent at Fort Berthold agency, succeeded by Thomas P. Ellis, April
i, 1879 ------------   29 
Allotments, table showing good results of. at Crow Creek -----------------------------------
   26 
in severalty would promote industry among Oneidas at Green Bay ................
    159 
in severalty and disestablishment of Indian villages urged ........................
 27 
in severalty, Pine Ridge Sioux want ------------..................................
  40 
Alseas, statistics in regard to ------------------------------------------------------------------
240, 256 
Ammunition, Fort Peck Indians complain because Government will not furnish
...............      197 
Annuity payments, assembling large bodies of Indians at, demoralizing, &c
...................    85 
Apaches, Jicarilla, ready to begin civilized pursuits ..........................................
 112 
Mescalero, will not work                  .---------------------......................................
 113 
statistics in regard to ------------------------------------------- 228,
232, 236, 238, 246, 250, 256 
at San Carlos agency quiet and orderly ..............................................
   6 
Southern, under Victoria, outbreak of            ................................
XXXVIII 
Appraisement of Kansas Indian lands in Kansas, relative to ...........................
XLVIII, XLIX 
Appropriation, Congress asked for an, of $1,000, to make available school
fund of Tonawanda 
Senecas           -----------------------------------------............................
 123 
inadequate for Nevada reserve ----------------------------------------------.
  110 
to complete boarding-school building ...............................  133
Appropriations, treaty and special, for 1879-'80 ......................------------------------
 210 
Apprentices, Indian, difficulty in obtaining, at Fort Peck agency, and why.................
..   97 
in all mills and shops learning rapidly ....................................
 108 
at Neah Bay agencv spoken of in highest praise ..........................
  147 
six, at Warm Springs agency another year will carry on work ........... 
   135 
instructed in all shops and mills at Yakama agency ..............................
 159 
unable to induce Uintah Utes to become ........................................
   139 
Arapahoes, statistics in regard to -----------------------------------------------------
232, 244, 250, 260 
Arms and ammunition, sale of, to Indians outside of reservations, law prohibiting,
under severe 
penalty, urged------------------------------------------VI-VII 
supplied without limit by traders on left bank of Missouri River  _..   
 37 
Arms, Lower Bruld Indians provided with and trade in -------.-----------------------------
     37 
Army, relation of, to the civilization of the Indians of Red Cloud agency
......................  38 
Assinaboines at Fort Peck agency, condition of .................................................
 97 
Bacon, proposals received and contracts awarded for ------------------------------------------
 270 
Bad River reserve, Wisconsin, special report of school on, by J. Baird -----------------------
 165 
Baird, J., missionary in charge Bad River reserve, special report to Agent
Mahan .............  165 
Baking powder, proposals received and contracts awarded for .................................
 270 
Ballou E., report of Arapaho school at Shoshone agency by ...................................
 169 
Bannacks, Ten Doy, chief of ----.------------------------------------------------------------
54, 54 
disposition of those at Fort Hall agency ......... I -----------------------------------
 52 
statisticEL in regard to --------------------------------------------------------
232, 242, 248), 260 
Barley, proposals received and contracts awarded for ..........................................
 274 
Beans, proposals received and contracts awarded for ..........................................
 274 
Beef, proposals received and contracts awarded fo- ...........................................
 272 
Beef cattle improvement in, over former years, at Santee agency ------------------------------
 106 
Beef cattle, Agent Standing recommends spending one-fourth beef-money for
stock-cattle ......    47 


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