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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for the year 1904, Part I
([1904])

Index,   pp. 705-716 PDF (5.6 MB)


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INDEX. 
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Blanket weaving ..................... 253,385,404 
Blacksmith, Stephen, authorized to pur- 
chase Santee lands .......................  483 
Board Indian Commissioners, addresses...     695 
Boats needed.....................220,221,357,363 
Bread making.......................         415 
Brennan, John R., report of Pine Ridge 
Agency, S. Dak ...........................328 
Brenner, George A., report Lummi Indians.    364 
Bridges made ............................. 302,362 
Bristow, Edw., report Swinomish Indians..    361 
Brown, John -B., report Morris School, Min- 
nesota ....................................  446 
Brown, Samuel J., Joseph R., Augusta, Jen- 
nie, and Susan F., patents in fee .........  486 
Buckner, Susie, sale surplus lands.........483 
Buchanan, Charles     M., report Tulalip 
Agency, Wash .......................... 357,362 
Buildings: 
Burned ........................... 179,272,303 
inhealthful and unsafe..............325 
Buntin, John A., report Riverside School...  295 
Burns, Mark; may sell part of land .........  486 
Burton, Charles E., report Moqui (Hopi) 
School, Arizona ..........................  138 
Butter making......      ............... 281,328 
C. 
Caddo: 
Patents in fee to Nora G. Hazlett ......  486 
Statistics concerning ................. 606,624 
Caldwell, A. F., report Fort Hall Agency..   177 
Campbell, Joseph M., authorized to pur- 
chase Santee lands .......................  483 
Campbell, F. C., report Fort Shaw School..   447 
Campbell, S. W., report Green Bay Agency.    371 
Campbell, Willard L., report Eastern Chero- 
kee School, North Carolina ...............  265 
Cam p McDowell Reserve, Ariz., to purchase 
rights of settlers on .......................  480 
Cantonment School, Oklahoma, report su- 
perintendent in charge ...................  282 
Carignan, J. M., report Standing Rock 
Agency, N. Dak ..........................  276 
Carlisle School, Pennsylvania .... 389,400,450,511 
Transportation Alaska pupils to ........  511 
Carson School, Nevada ............... 242,433,481 
Carroll, James A., report Mescalero Agency, 
N. Mex ....................................  250 
Cass Lake School, report Benjamin Caswell.   220 
Caswell, Benjamin,report Cass Lake School.   221 
Catawba, statistics concerning .............  614 
Cattle: 
Heavy losses ...................... 273,275,278 
Trail ....................................  322 
Cayuga: 
Report agent ...........................  702 
Statistics concerning ................. 604,622 
Cayuse: 
Report superintendent in charge .......  318 
Statistics concerning ................. 608,626 
Chalcraft, Edwin L., school supervisor, re- 
port ........................................  431 
Chamberlain, H. D., agent, report Crow 
Creek Agency, S. Dak ....................  323 
Chamberlain School, South Dakota ........    453 
Chandler, Boone, Estella and Joseph, pat- 
ents in fee to ..............................486 
Chandler, George, patent in fee ............  487 
Chapin, Sarah H., field matron, report .....  241 
Chapman, Doctor, physician, report -------.341 
Chehalis: 
Report superintendent in charge .......  353 
Statistics concerning ................. 612,628 
Chemawa School, Oregon ................ 432,511 
Chemehuevi: 
Report superintendent in charge .......  137 
Statistics concerning ................. 594,616 
Cherokee: 
Appropriation forexpense leasing lands.  477 
Claim Delawares against ...............  104 
Disbursements of funds ................  190 
Early allotments not invalid ...........  476 
Intermarried citizens ................. 117,478 
Lands, Delaware improvements on .....    477 
Leasing of lands, pay for clerical 
work ............................ 99,201,522 
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Cherokee-Continued. 
Patents to town lots .....................  198 
Pay for improvements intruders ........  478 
Pay for maps furnished .................  485 
Report J. B. Shoenfelt ...................  183 
Royalties and taxes collected-..... 106,189,209 
Schools .................................  93 
Services Win. M. Springer ..............  480 
Statistics concerning ...................  598 
(See also Five Civilized Tribes.) 
Cherokee, Eastern, report superintendent 
in charge .................................  265 
Chetco, statistics concerning...........608,626 
Cheyenne and Arapaho: 
Patent in fee to N. H. Davis ............  484 
Proclamation opening ceded lands re- 
served for county seat ................  523 
Reports superintendents ......... 282,286,290 
Schools.........................289,430 
Statistics concerning ......... 602,606,620,624 
Cheyenne, Northern: 
Report superintendent in charge .......  234 
Settlers on reservation ..................  119 
Cheyenne River Agency, S. Dak.: 
Report agent .......................321 
Proclamation opening lands reserved 
for St.John§ School...................524 
Schools .............................. 322,323 
Chickasaw: 
Coal and asphalt lands ........... 108,479,513 
Disbursement funds ....................  188 
Disposition surplus lands ...............  116 
Leases ................................ 100,101 
Patents to town lots .....................  198 
Payment town-site fund ...............   520 
Regulations for selecting allotments ...  115 
Report J. B. Shoenfelt-.................183 
Royalties and taxes collected .... 106,186,208 
Schools ................................  95 
Statistics concerning ...................  598 
Tracts in Sulphur withheld from sale..   484 
(See also Five Civilized Tribes.) 
Chiefs, Indian: 
Death of Henry Blow, Klamath ........    312 
Joseph, death of ........................  122 
Kewah ko uk, death .................... "212 
Monument to Seattle:..................   357 
Chilocco School, Oklahoma .......... 389,397,449 
Chippewa: 
Allotments White Earth Reservation...    512 
Balances of appropriations .............  485 
Disposition of timber ...................  479 
L'Anse and Vieux Dsert, distribution 
of funds ..............................  475 
Mark Burns may sell land ..............  486 
Red Lake, agreement ...................    3 
Removal Mille Lac ...................    223 
Reports of agents:...............1216, 222,371 
Statistics concerning ..................  598, 
600,606,612,620,624,630 
Turtle Mountain- 
Agreement .........................     5 
Report superintendent in charge...   268 
Choctaw: 
Claim J. Hale Sypher for services ......  479 
Coal and asphalt lands ............... 108,513 
Disbursement funds ...................   188 
Disposition surplus lands...........----- 116 
Leases ................................ 100,101 
Regulations for selecting allotments ... 115 
Report J. B. Shoenfelt ..................  183 
Schools....................o............. 94 
Patents to town lots ....................  198 
Payment town-site fund ...............   520 
Royalties and taxes collected ........106,186 
Statistics concerning ...................  598 
Warrants, payment to J. M. Shackel- 
ford  ..................................  522 
(See also Five Civilized Tribes.) 
Christian Indians, statistics concerning ....  598 
Church members, Indian, number ....... 595-615 
Citizen Potawatomi. (See Potawatomi.) 
Citizens: 
Eastern Cherokees should be ..........   266 
Pueblos are........................... 257,261 
Puyallup Indians became, too soon ....   353 
Civil service in Indian Service ............ 23,423 
Clackmas, statistics concerning .......... 608,626 
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