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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for the year 1884
([1884])

Index,   pp. 493-512 PDF (8.7 MB)


Page 493

IN:DEX. 
A. 
Page. 
Absentee Shawnees, history and present status of .............................................
  95 
Addresses of Indian agents ................... : ................................................
349 
members of Board of Indian Commissioners ....................................
    348 
special Indian agents and inspectors ............................................
348 
Agencies, list of, formerly assigned to religious societies ......................................
 348 
Agency, Sisseton, unfortunately located ......................................................
  52 
Agents, Indian, addresses of ...................................................................
 349 
special Indian, addfesses of ...........................................................
 348 
Agreement with Chief Moses ..................................................................
 LII 
Alabamas, statistics in regard to.............................................................
296 
Allen, R. A., Blackfeet Agency, Montana, annual report of ....................................
 106 
Allen, Edward P., Mackinac Agency, Michigan, annual report of ...........................
      103 
Allotments in severalty and patents ...........................................................XIII
to the Omahas, completion of work of .........................................
XLVIII, 118 
great stimulus to Indian industry ................................................
 157 
desired by Indians of Fond du Lao Reserve, Minnesota ...........................
   181 
desired by many Indians at Crow Creek, &c., Agency ............................
     27 
made to many Indians of Tulalip Agency, Washington Territory .................
     169 
should be given to Round'Valley Indians .........................................
   16 
made to Indians of Quapaw Agency, Indian Territory .............................
    91 
some of the Oneidas of Green Bay Agency, very anxious for .......................
  177 
to Indians of Sisseton Agency ....................................................
  49 
made to many of the Indians of Mackinac Agency ................................
    103 
made to several Salmon River Indians of Siletz Agency, Oregon ...................
  146 
of land and citizenship of Santees ...........................................-
    122 
for Indians of Rosebud Agency, p lan suggested for ...............................
  43 
should be given to the different bands of Indians of San Carlos Agency...........
   8 
should be made to Pillagers of Leech Lake Reserve, Minnesota ...................
   105 
in Nebraska to -half-breeds, Iowas much opposed to ...............................
  04 
(See Homesteads and Patents.) 
Alseas, statistics in regard to ..................................................................
 296 
Andrews, D. P., Green Bay Agency, Wisconsin, annual report of........   ......
  .........     177 
Animals, work, at Sac and Fox Agency, Indian Territory, old and almost useless..............96
good, needed at Shoshone Agency, Wyoming ...................................
    183 
needed at Blackfeet Agency, Montana .........................................
   108 
small number issued in June to Devil's Lake Indians ..........................
   32 
Annuities issued to Indians, of La Pointe Agency.......                 .
  .   .  .   ..179 
Annuity goods and clothing issued in exchange for work to HoopalInians....................
     10 
payment made to Sacs and Foxes of Indian Territory in June ......................
XXV, 93 
payments to Indian tribes ...........................................................
XXV 
Apaches, Jicarilla, statistics in regard to ...................................;..................
294, 312 
Mescalero, statistics in regard to ....................................................
294, 312 
of San Carlos Agency will very soon be self-sustaining ..............................
  8 
statistics in regard to ..................... ...............................284,
290, 304, 308 
Apprentices in various trades at Round Valley Agency making progress ......................
     16 
limited number at Chiocco school, Indian Territory, doing welt.................
 210 
Appropriation for Indian education at Hampton Institute, protest against
arbitrary reduc- 
tion  of .................................. ...............................
XXI, 191 
made for removal of Bitter Root Valley Indians to Flathead Reservation ......
   114 
of $1,000 asked for road from Sfletz Agency to Newport, Oregon..............
  146 
$3,000 all that Congress makes for support of Tonkawas, of Texas..........154
$10,000 expended for benefit of Turtle Mountain Indians and half-breeds 
      34 
special, needed for Grand Ronde Agency, Oregon .............................
   142 
Appropriations, for expenses of Indian service, inadequate ....................................
 IlI 
Indian service, suggestions as to manner of making .......................
   V 
subsistence of Indians in Montana, Congress makes inadequate-.........  V,
115 
Arapahoes, of Indian Territory, present status of, &c ..... .  .   .
  .  .   .   .   ......     73 
statistics in regard to ......................................................
288,300 308,318 
Arickarees, statistics in regard to.............................................................'286,
306 
Armstrong, H. J., Crow Agency, Montana, annual report of ...................................
  108 
Arpistrong, S. C., Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute, annual report
of ..............   189 
Arms, ammunition, andliquor to Indiana, Congress urged to legislate against
sale of..........VII 
Arrest and punishment of murderers and horse-thieves at Colville Agency...................159
Arrests, only two made at Nevada Agency during year .......................................
    127 
Assinaboines, statistics in regard to ...........................................................
292,312 
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