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

Contents,   pp. III-V ff. PDF (1.0 MB)


Page IV

IV                                       CONTENTS. 
Report of the Indian Inspector for the Indian Territory-Continued.      
                   Page. 
Seminole Nation, report on the general conditions existing in the ...........................
 206 
Recommendations of the Indian inspector ...................................................
 207 
Mining in the Choctaw, Chickasaw, Cherokee, and Creek nations..........................
  207 
Coal and asphalt lands in the Choctaw and Chickasaw nations ..............................
 208 
Area of leased lands in the Choctaw and Chickasaw nations .................................
 209 
Coal and asphalt lands in the Choctaw and Chickasaw nations, area of leased,
with names 
of lessees, number of leases, and date of approval of each ..................................
 209 
Creek and Cherokee nations, mineral lands in the, conditions under which
they may be 
leased .......................................................................................
 211 
Condition of town-site surveys in the Indian Territory .......................................
 212 
Alphabetical list of towns surveyed in the Creek and Cherokee nations .....................
 213 
Alphabetical list of towns surveyed in the Choctaw and Chickasaw nations.................214
Appraisement of town sites in the Choctaw, Chickasaw, Cherokee, and Creek
nations ---.217 
Town-lot deeds issued in the Choctaw, Cherokee, and Creek nations.    . 
  .   ..-------------------- 219 
Schools in the Choctaw, Chickasaw, Cherokee, and Creek nations..       .
  .   ..---------------------- 220 
Tribal revenues of the Choctaw, Chickasaw, Cherokee, and Creek nations..................224
Leasing of Indian allotments in the Choctaw, Chickasaw, Cherokee, and Creek
nations ...   224 
Alienation or sale of Indian allotments .................................
.....................  227 
Guardians for minors who have allotted pine lands ..........................................
 231 
Timber and stone for industrial and domestic purposes, regulations governing
the procure- 
ment of..      .  .   .   .  .   .   .  .   .    .  .   .   .  .   .   .
 .   ..------------------------------------------------------------------232
Public roads and highways in the Indian Territory..      .    .  .    . 
  .  ..----------------------------------234 
Self-emigrant roll of the Creek Nation..    .    .  .    .   .   .    . 
 .   ..--------------------------------------------235 
Loyal Creek  roll ..............................................................................
 236 
Oil and gas pipe lines..   .   .   .    .  .   .  .    .   .  .   .    .
 .   ..---------------------------------------------------------237 
Care  of insane  persons ........................................................................
 237 
Municipal bonds..      .   .  .   .   .  .   .   .   .   .   .  .   .   .
 .   ..------------------------------------------------------------238 
Private  banks .................................................................................
 239 
Telephone  lines .......... .2................................................................I.-
. 240 
Indian agent, Union Agency, report of the...................................................242
Receipts and disbursements of agent at Union Agency........................................243
Financial statement relative to the Choctaw and Chickasaw nations........................244
Financial statement relative to the Cherokee Nation ..........................................248
Financial statement relative to the Creek Nation----------------------------------251
Schools in the Indian Territory, report of the superintendent of.............................273
Indian schools, enrollment, attendance, and cost of maintenance of--------------------278
Public schools, Indian Territory................................---------------279
Report of the Creek Nation school supervisor..................................................282
Report of the Cherokee Nation school supervisor........................-.....-................
284 
Report of the Choctaw Nation school supervisor...-..........................................287
Report of the Chickasaw Nation school supervisor...........................................294
Report of the mining trustees for the Choctaw and Chickasaw nations-------------------296
Report of the acting supervising engineer for the Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek,
and Cherokee 
nations3......................................................................................300
Appendix No. 1.-Seminole agreement..          .   .   ..      .  .    . 
 .   ..-------------------------------------------305 
No. 2.-Seminole supplemental agreement..          .   .    .   .    ..--------------------------------307
No. 3.-Curtis Act and original Choctaw and Chickasaw agreement.------------.308
No. 4.-Chocktaw and Chickasaw supplemental agreement......................323
No. 5.-Original Creek agreement ................................................
 337 
No.  6.-Creek  supplemental agreement   . .   .    .  .    .   .  .    ..----------------------------------
 345 
No. 7.-Cherokee agreement ......................................................
 350 
No. 8.-Extract from Indian appropriation act for fiscal year 1901................359
No. 9.-Extract from Indian appropriation act for fiscal year 1902 ................
 360 
No. 10.-Extract from Indian appropriation act for fiscal year 1903 ................
 361 
No. 11.-Extract from Indian appropriation act for fiscal year 1904-..............
 362 
No. 12.-Extract from Indian appropriation act for fiscal year 1905-..............
 364 
No. 13.-Timber and stone act, with regulations ..................................
 368 
No. 14.-Municipal bond act, 1902 ..................................................
 373 
No  15.-M unicipal bond  act, 1898-..................................................
374 
No. 16.-Enid and Anadarko Railroad act .........................................
 374 
No. 17.-Recording act, twenty-five districts..  .............................380
No. 18.--Act establishing additional recording district........... 
No. 19.-Telephone regulations..............................................
385 
No. 20.-Oil and gas pipe line act, and regulations...............389 
No. 21.-Corporation act........................393 
No. 22.-Indians made United States citizens .................................
394 


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