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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for the year 1905, Part I
([1905])

Persons employed in the Indian agency service on June 30, 1905, under provisions of the act of April 21, 1904, and other laws noted,   pp. 522-540 PDF (7.5 MB)


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EMPLOYEES IN       INDIAN    SERVICE    (MIscELLANEous).           539 
Persons employed in the Indian agency service on June 30, 1905, under provisions
of the act 
of April 21, 1904, and other laws noted-Continued. 
INDIAN AGENCIES, ETC.-continued. 
Name.             Position.     Salary. 
Commissioner to the 
Five Civilized 
Tribes-Continued. 
Tom F.Morris.----.Messenger$......       360 
James K. Gibso ----.Clerk------------1,200 
Dave Winbray-........ Surveyor.-------    1,200 
Robert Mildrow, j r  -----do-----------900 
J Laurence Gary-     Asst. surveyor       900 
William B. Harris-----.....do-----------600 
John Israel----------Interpreter and     600 
notary. 
Floyd Hines---------Clerk-----------1,200 
James H Henderson- Surveyor-----.        1,200 
John E. Tidwell-----------.do----------1,200 
Ed. M. Fry............Asst surveyor     1,200 
C. N. Kay----------------.do------------600 
Andrew J. Gardenhire. Surveyor-1---      ,200 
Indian inspectors. 
Cyrus Beede .......... 
James McLaughlin..-. 
J. George Wright-.--- 
Charles F. Nesler. 
Arthur M. Tinker. 
James E. Jenkins-.--- 
W illiam   H . C ode . ..... 
Frank C. Churchill-.... 
------------------ 
------------------ 
------------------ 
------------------ 
------------------ 
---- : ------------- 
Irrigation eng - - 
------------------ 
2,500 
2,500 
2,500 
2,500 
2,500 
2,500 
2,500 
2,500 
Special agents. 
Samuel L. Taggart-....................2, 
Thomas Downs-.........................2, 
W illiam   L . M iller ...... --................ 
Charles S. McNichols.- ....-------.-------- 2 
Edgar A. Allen.-----------------------2, 
General supervisor of 
Indian reservation. 
Frank Mead........................   .2, 
John R. Eddy ......-Clerk...........1, 
Board ofIndian Com- 
nissioners. 
Darwin R. James.      President----.    No: 
Merrill E. Gates-.------ Secretary-.....2, 
Eliphalet Whittlesey.. Member----   -   No: 
Albert H. Smiley.........do---------No 
Joseph T. Jacobs.........do---------No 
Philip C. Garrett----------do......... No 
Archbishop Patrick J.- -...do.......... No 
Ryan, D. D. 
Andrew S. Draper-..... -.....do.........No 
William D. Walker.--------.do---------No 
Chas. J. Bonaparte .----.....do.........No 
A lloting agents. 
W in. E. Casson-........ .............  p.d. 
George  A. K eepers . .- . . ..------------------p. d. 
John K. Rankin------.------------------.ip.d 
Finch R. Archer------.------------------ p.d. 
Carl Gunderson-------------------...  d. 
ChalesH. ate ------------------- p.d. 
Charles H . Bates  .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .IP- 
H. G. Nickerson.-- ----------------p.d. 
John H. Knight a ......----------------p.d. 
Warehouse officials. 
Roger C. Spooner ...... 
Frank Sorenson ....... 
Nelson Barrell-.----- 
John Matthias ..... 
May Satterly ......... 
Nickolas Smith. 
NEW YORK. 
Frederick F. Meyer, jr. 
Arend Brunjes, jr ..... 1 
Superintendent. 
Clerk ----------- 
Financial clerk.. 
Clerk ........... 
----- do ....... 
Laborer ..... 
00 
00 
00 
000 
00 
00 
)00 
ne. 
000 
Mle. 
ne. 
me. 
ne. 
ne. 
ne. 
ne. 
ne. 
3,000 
1,500 
1, 200 
900 
1, 000 
900 
Chief clerk-...-.    1,600 
Clerk..........p.M. 100 
Name. 
Warehouse officials- 
Continued. 
OMAHA. 
Richard C. Jordan .... 
Wm. 0. Thomas ..... 
Vincent D. Lilly ..... 
Phil Kelly------------ 
ST. LOUIS. 
Wm. H. Blake ------- 
Almond R. Miller ..... 
Edward Turner-.... 
SAN FRANCISCO. 
Wm. B. Collier ------ 
John F. O'Brien ..... 
Miscellaneous otficials. 
Joseph R. Farr-.----- 
George Butler ------- 
J. R. Meskimons ....... 
John B. Harper ----- 
Walter B. Hill ......... 
Herbert C. Ripley .... 
Dr. R. S. Buckland... 
George 0. Grist ----- 
John M. Berger ------ 
Jos. E. Maxwell------ 
Charles E. Dagnett... 
Joseph F. Swords-.--- 
Forest S. Townley-..... 
Arthur W. Hefley .,.. 
Dr. F. A. Spafford ... 
Brig. Gen. Win. H. 
Beck,(U. S. Army, 
retired.) 
Position.     I Salary. 
Superintendent. 
Clerk----------- 
Laborer ------ 
----- do -------- 
$1,800 
1,400 
p.m. 60 
p.m. 60 
Superintendent.    2,000 
Financial clerk..   1,400 
Laborer ......-p.m. 60 
Superintendent. 
Financial clerk.. 
2, 000 
1, 500 
Gen'l supt. of   3. 
logging. 
Gen'l supt. of   2,( 
irrigation. 
..... do.......... 1,; 
..... do.........2, 
... do..........2, 
Indian trade su-  1, 
pervisor for 
Osage agency. 
Special agent for 
Chippewa In- 
dians of Lake 
Superior. 
Add'l farmer in 
charge of Dig- 
ger Indians, 
charge of Na-- 
tlement  by 
Cal. 
Add'l farmer in p.m. 
charge of San 
Xavier Reser- 
vation and In- 
dian villages 
in Pima coun- 
ty, Ariz. 
Add'l farmer in p.m. 
aho located on 
lands in Ari- 
zona   with- 
drawn from 
sale and set- 
Ex. order of 
Nov. 14, 1901. 
. Clerk to obtain  1 
employm e n t 
for Indians. 
- Superintendent   1 
Sulphur 
Springs R e s- 
ervation in 
Ind. T. 
. Patrolman...p.m 
- Town-site com- p.d. 
missioner. 
- Special super- p.m 
visor to assist 
superintend- 
ent of Riggs 
Institute in 
payment to 
Flandreau In- 
dians. 
Sepcial super- p.m 
visor. 
00 
000 
500 
000 
000 
800 
800 
900 
75 
65 
,200 
, 500 
60 
5 
150 
aNot on active duty. 
2.150 


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