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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 school service on June 30, 1905, under the provisions of the act of April 21, 1904, and other laws noted,   pp. 541-573 PDF (13.0 MB)


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EMPLOYEES IN INDIAX          SCHIOOL   SERVICE.             549 
Persons employed in the Indian school service on June 30, 1905, under the
provisions of the 
act of April 21, 1904, and other laws noted-Continued. 
Name.                         Position. 
Fort Shaw Boarding'School, 
Mont. -ContinuedG. 
EmmaS. Benn-............Seamstress ........................ 
Flora Sansaver------------ Assistant seamstress .............- 
Belle S. Brown--------------.Laundress-........................ 
John Minesinger----------   Assistant laundress.............. 
Harvey Liephart------------Baker...................... 
Etta De Leeuw------------Cook........................------ 
Mamie Horseman_-....---.- Assistant cook-................. 
Jos. E. Mountford---------Farmer-........................... 
Elmore Welch-------------Carpenter-........................ 
Frank W. Tahnk------------Tailor-......................  ..--. 
Louis Goings--------------Shoe and harness maker ........... 
Wm. Pierce--------------- Gardener-......................... 
John  Burdick------------- Engineer  .......................... 
Fort Totten, N. Dak. 
BOARDING SCHOOL. 
Chas. L. DavisSu...............Superintendent .................... 
Frank W. Blake-----------Clerk-............................. 
Geo. W. Bent------------- Disciplinarian ---------------- ----- 
Win. E. Thackrey----------Teacher-......................... 
Henry C. K inzie------------- --- do  ............................. 
Georgia  A. Chase------------ --- do  .............. ..............- 
Effie W. Parker------------ Kindergartner-.................. 
Lydia  E. Davis------------ Matron  ...........................- 
Laura V. Beashor--------- Assistant matron-............... 
Emma J. Sayers_----------------do------------------ 
Eleanor E. Stoeser---------Housekeeper ...................... 
Frances F. Paine----------Seamstress-...................... 
Ethel J. Clark------------- Assistant matron.-............... 
Alice M. Battice----------- Laundress-........................ 
Josephine Parker------------.Baker-............................ 
Sarah R. Ryder-----------Cook....................... 
Neal Morgan-------------- Farmer ............................ 
Harry L. Coleman--------- Gardener and dairyman ........... 
Joseph Lipskey------------Carpenter................... 
John I. Kregness----------Tailor---------------------------- 
Gustav Rossknecht---------.Shoe and harness maker ........... 
Oliver L. Twist------------ Engineer .......................... 
Fred Larocque------------Assistant engineer-.............. 
Alex. Boucher-------------Night watchman-................ 
GREY NUNS' DEPARTMENT. 
Margaret J. Page------------ Principal teacher -.............--- 
Mary A. Hart------------- Assistant teacher-............... 
Margaret Cleary----------------do--------------------------- 
Mathilda  Thnot----------- M atrbn  ............................ 
Hannah P. Coughlan.--------Assistant matron ................. 
Alodia Arseneault---------Seamstress-....................... 
Rosa  M. Siebenaler--------- Cook  .............................. 
Mary Rose Renaud-------- Laundress-........................ 
Adele Monnette----------- Assistant laundress ............... 
Irvin Parcells------------- Laborer ........................... 
DAY SCHOOLS. 
No. 2: 
Enoch M. Sherry-........ Teacher..     .  ...---------------------p 
Mabel B. Sherry ---------.Housekeeper------------------ 
No. 3: 
Wellington Salt    -     Teacher..     .  ...---------------------p 
Edith L. Salt------------Housekeeper..   ...-----------------p 
Waanatan: 
Robt. P. Higheagle ----.Teacher....       ...--------------------p 
Louisa Higheagle -----.Housekeeper.......----------------p 
Fort Yuma Boarding School, 
Cal. 
John S. Spear.   ..-------------Superintendent-.................. 
Arthur B. Commons ------  Clerk .............................. 
Jerdina Faber-------------Teacher-.......................... 
Gertrude  M. Golden------. .-----do  ............................. 
Joel W. Tyndall-----------Industrial teacher ................. 
Harriet M. Humphreys ----.Matron ............................ 
Mystica Amago----------- Assistant matron-............... 
Pearl R. Evans------------ Laundress-........................ 
Benj. S. Bothwell....      'Farmer-........................... 
Clarence W. Benner..----------Engineer-...........   --............ 
Patrick  Escalanti .. ---------  Baker.. ...............-....--- ----- 
Joseph  T. Escalanti.---------  Laborer ........................... 
Salary. Sex. Race. 
$600     F.     W. 
300     F.     I. 
500    F.     W. 
300    M.     W. 
560    M.      W. 
600     F.    W. 
300     F.     I. 
900    M.     W. 
660    M.     W. 
660     M.     W. 
660    M.      I. 
660    M.     W. 
660    M.      W. 
1,700 
900 
720 
840 
660 
600 
600 
660 
500 
500 
500 
540 
540 
500 
500 
540 
600 
600 
720 
600 
600 
900 
300 
420 
600 
500 
480 
500 
400 
400 
400 
480 
240 
480 
.m.   72 
P.m. 30 
in.    72 
.m. 30 
.m. 60 
p.m. 30 
1,400 
900 
600 
600 
720 
600 
300 
540 
720 
720 
240 
300 
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Date of orig- 
inal appoint- 
ment. 
Oct. 22,1905 
May    2,1905 
Mar. 8,1905 
Apr.   1,1902 
Dec. 19,1899 
Oct.   7,1897 
Sept. 10,1904 
Oct. 3,1895 
Oct. 5,1904 
Sept. 28,1904 
May 6,1895 
Mar. 1,1902 
Sept. 16,1903 
Nov. 7,1892 
Oct. 16,1890 
Sept. 1,1894 
Dec.   6,1899 
Nov. 8,1897 
Oct. 25,1901 
Dec. 1,1899 
Nov. 27,1894 
Jan. 13,1902 
Oct. 18,1903 
Jan.   3,1905 
Sept. 4,1902 
Dec. 1, 1899 
June   1,1896 
Nov. 28,1900 
June 13, 1900 
June   5,1905 
Oct. 13,1904 
Dec. 30,1899 
Sept. 26,1897 
Dec. 8,1902 
Feb. 15,1900 
Sept. 23,1904 
Mar. 24,1905 
Oct. 27,1890 
Do. 
Do. 
Sept. 1,1895 
Feb. 20,1900 
Oct. 27,1890 
Oct. 24,1904 
Oct. 27.,1890 
Sept. 19,1903 
June   5,1905 
Sept. 8,1902 
Nov. 28,1902 
Sept. 1,1890 
Sept. 1,1895 
Sept. 15,1895 
Sept. 1,1899 
Jan. 11,1894 
Sept: 14,1899 
Jan. 1, 1899 
Sept. 24,1901 
Mar. 17,1897 
Nov. 8,1902 
Oct. 19,1904 
Sept. 2,1902 
Mar. 31,1902 
Feb. 13,1904 
July   1,1896 
July   1,1898 
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