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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. 
Tuberculosis--Continued.                  Page. 
Prevalent................134,232,251,375,382 
Treatment of...........................416 
Tulalip: 
Report superintendent in charge .... 357,362 
Statistics concerning.................612,628 
Tule: 
Report superintendent in charge-......  171 
Resurvey boundary line................171 
Statistics...............................170 
Turtle Mountain Chippewa: 
Agreement ratified...................269 473 
Report superintendent in charge -.......268 
Statistics concerning..................-606,624 
Tuscarora: 
RelY_ of agent.....-.................... 702 
Statistics concerning.................604, 622 
U. 
Uinta and Ouray Agency, Utah: 
Report of agent........................347 
Postponement of opening reservation..   478 
School..................................348 
Umatilla: 
Capitalization of funds.................475 
He yu tse mil ken allottment..........-59 
Report superintendent in charge3......  318 
Schools.................................431 
Statistics concerning.................608,626 
Umpqua, statistics concerning...........608,626 
Union Agency, Ind. T., report agent-.......  183 
Utes: 
Reports of agent and superintendent. 174,347 
Statistics concerning-..... 596,598,610,618,628 
V. 
Vacations, pupils kept at school during. ...  295 
Vermilion Lake, Chippewa, reports of agent 
concerning.........................371,397,447 
Vieux Ddsert Chippewa, statistics concern- 
ing.........--............................600, 620 
W. 
Waddell, Oscar M., report Ouray School ....  349 
Wadsworth, H. E., report Shoshone Agency, 
Wyo....         ..    ..     ...----------------------------.381 
Wahpeton Sioux. (See Sisseton and Wah- 
petOn. ) 
Wahpeton, S. Dak., establishing Indian 
school at---------------------------482 
Wailaki: 
Report superintend1ent in charge-......  168 
Sitatistics concerning.................596,618 
Report superintendent in charge-.......  154 
Statistics concerning5................. 594,616 
Walker, Dr. Harry, report as physician__-   299 
Walker, Dr. James R., report as physician..  331 
Walker River Reservation: 
Allotments.............................119 
Report superintendent in charge-.......  243 
Wallawalla: 
Report superintendent in charge-.......  318 
Statistics concerning.................608,626 
Wapeto, statistics concerning............608,626 
Warm Spring Indians: 
Report superintendent in charge-.......  319 
Schools.................................432 
Statistics concerning ................. 608,626 
Warren, Henry W., report Bena School .....  219 
Wasco: 
Report superintendent in charge .......  319 
Statistics concerning.................608,626 
Water supply poor..........................  306 
Water system excellent ....... 349,365,448,453,456 
Watson, Edson, report Kaw subagency-.....   291 
Weeks, StephenB., report San Carlos chool.  153 
Wenatchi:                                  Page. 
Removal to Colville Reservation .......  477 
Statistics concerning...................612 
Werner, Charles F., report Rosebud School. 336 
Western Navaho School, Arizona-.........154,434 
Western Shoshoni Agency, Nev., report su- 
perintendent in charge ...................  248 
White, Byron E., report Cantonment School, 
Oklahoma................................282 
White Earth Agency, Minn., report agent..    222 
Wichita: 
Capitalization of funds of-475 
Edgar Hendrix may sell ha'fhisallot- 
ment .................................  483 
Report of agent in charge..............292 
Statistics concerning....   --............606,624 
Wichumni, statistics concerning ......... 596,618 
Wicks, Walter J., report Springfield School, 
South Dakota.............................455 
Wigglesworth, Dr. A. M., report ............  134 
Wilde, Anna Dawson, field matron, report.    276 
Wilkins, Charles, report Umatilla Agency, 
Oreg......................................318 
Williams, G. L., report Potawatomi Agency, 
Kans.....................................214 
Wilson, Horace E., report Fort Berthold 
schools----------------------------275 
Wilson, Horace    G., report   Winnebago 
Agency, Nebr.............................239 
Winnebago: 
Homestead entries in Wisconsin .....,    123 
Patent in fee to G. J. Lemmon.......... 484 
Report superintendent in charge-.......  239 
Statistics concerning-......... 602,612,620,630 
Winslow, W. H., report Genoa School, Ne- 
braska.....................................449 
Wittenberg School,Wisconsin, report super- 
intendent in charge......................379 
Witzleben, Ewald C., report Standing Rock 
School..................................... 280 
Work, Laura B., report Southern Utah 
School...-............-....................345 
Wright, L: A., report San Jacinto School, 
California................................169 
Wright, A. 0., school supervisor, report .....  429 
Wyandot: 
Absentee, selection lands ............... 
Report superintendent in charge-......   181 
Statistics concerning .................598,618 
Y. 
Yainax School, Oregon...................-314,433 
Yakima: 
Boundary line .........................  367 
Report superintendent in charge-....I..  364 
School................................430,434 
Statistics concerning.................612,630 
Yambill Indians, statistics concerning ... 608,626 
Yankton Sioux, South Dakota: 
Report agent...........................340 
School........................342,343,429,432 
Statistics..................-..........610,628 
Report superintendent in charge-......   232 
Statistics concerning.................606,624 
Yearian, E. M., report Lemhi Agency, 
Idaho.....................................178 
Yuchi, statistics concerning .............. 608,626 
Yuki: 
Report superintendent in charge-......   168 
Statistics concerning.................596,618 
Yuma: 
Irrigation ..............................  488 
Report superintendent in charge-......   158 
Statistics concerning ................. 596,616 
Z. 
Zufii Pueblo: 
Report superintendent in charge ......   263 
Statistics concerning ................. 604,622 
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