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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])

Index,   pp. 793-807 PDF (6.5 MB)


Page 795

INDEX.                                         795 
choctaw-Continued.                      Page.   Colville:               
               Page. 
Intermarriage......................591         Cceur d'Altne segregated from-.........
468 
Jones's Male Academy ..................  764    Payment expenses delegation-....-......461
Land office-...........................611    Population-............................518
Leasing by allottees-...................735   Town site on reservation-.............
462 
Payment of claim J. Hale Sypher-.......- 461  Comanche: 
Payments-.............................208     Patent in fee to Otto Wills-............462
Population-...........................516     Population-............................517
Royalties  collected  ................... 211,215  Report of agent ...............
..-- 299 
Sale of allotted lands-..................734  Commissioner Indian Affairs,
confidential 
Schools  ---------------------------------  726  clerk  for-.................................
459 
Small boarding schools-............... 765  Commissions: 
Supervisor of schools, report...........763   Five Civilized Tribes, abolished
--.- 107,459 
Town-lot deeds-........................725        Allotment of land ................608
Town sites-.............................718          Contests-.......................628
Tuskahoma   Female  Academy..........  764            History  of ......................-
579 
Wheelock Female Orphan Academy ....    765          Appropriation for completion
  of 
(See also Five Civilized Tribes and In-              work..       .    .
  ..------------------------459 
dian Territory.)                                  Employees.....................537
Choctaw and Chickasaw:                                 Enrol ment of Choctaw
and Chick- 
Agreements-............................708          asaw children-..............466,467,593
Allotments.......................608                  Citizens, history of-............
582 
Contests-................------------- 630      Extensive additions to the
duties of.  579 
Appraisements......................720              Forfeiture of citizenship
by inter- 
A p r ls m nt  -- - -- - -- - -- - 10m       arriage  ............. ...........-
58 
Asphalt operators ......................771m586 
Citizenship court-..................... 584       Jurisdiction of the-................
587 
Jurisdiction of.. .......................587    Legality or enrollment-............
585 
Payment of expenses of-........... 460       Legislation-........................580
Clerks paid from funds of-.............. 471      Recording of conveyances-.........
634 
C oal  and  asphalt  leases-............... 713     P atents  ........................-
631 
Acreage leased.. .......................773     Report of the, final-...............
579 
Amount mined and royalty paid. 771,772          Rights of intermarried citizens
to 
Leases canceled ---------------------  773        confer citizenship-...............
586 
Operators --------------------------  77i       Segregations-......................
 638 
Royalties paid by coal companies_. 774          Town sites abolished ...............
459 
D ay  schools-.......................... 749         E stablished  ....................
 635 
Decrease in coal outnut-................771       Unrestricted alienation...........
637 
Education  ..............................  114  Osage  town-site ........................
 460 
Enrollment ------------------------...  584,589  Yakima boundary-.....................
370 
Children-.........................466,593  Compton, L. M., report Tomah School,
Wis- 
Citizens, legality  of .................  585  consin-....................................
438 
Forfeiture of citizenship ................  586  Concow: 
Leasing by allottees-...................735   Population-............................516
Mining-................................. 71,   Report superintendent in charge-.------
 194 
Trustees, report-...................770  Consumptives, sanitorium needed-.......
14,350 
Recording of patents-...................631  Contract schools-...........................34
Rights of intermarried citizens to confer       Funds applied to-......................
 37 
citizenship--    -   -    --.......................586  Osage-..................................
310 
Sale of allotted lands-................. 734  Quapaw........................-
     204 
Town-lot deeds-........................725  Contracts for Indian supplies.
(See Sup- 
Citizenship:                                      plies.) 
Five Civilized Tribes.................141   Cooking, instruction in-..................-399,430
GivenCIviidiballomesn.... .......... Cook, Viola, report Wild Rice School,
Minne- 
Given Indians by allotment act .........60    sota .................................
 235 
Clackamas:                                      Courts: 
Population-............................517    County district, actions  
Oklahoma 
Report superintendent in charge-....... 323       Indians to be brought in............461
Claimants, payments to legal heirs-..........451    Decisions-- 
Claims:                                                "Hef case,"
sale liquor to an Indian  24 
Allowed for repelling Indian invasion in            Mescalero water supply
............  267 
Nevada    .........................450            Puyallup land patents-............
 148 
Indian depredation, judgments .........  471        Sale of liquor on inherited
allotment  20 
Clallam  (See Sklallam.)                               Water rights, San
Juan pueblo-......- 273 
Clatsop, to ascertain heirs-............... 467    Yakima fishery rights-.............
150 
Clavier, Amelia, patent in fee-............. 461  Indian Territory appeals-.............
470 
Clerk, confidential, for Commissioner In-       Court of Claims: 
dian Affairs --------------    ....... 459     Delawares v. Cherokee-................
127 
Clifford, J. C., report Tongue River Agency,        Reference Eli Ayers's
claim to-.......... 451 
Mont .....................................  245  Courts of Indian offenses:
Coal and asphalt:                                   Abolished-............................
319,371 
Leases ..................................  211  A court for preliminary hearing-.......-
351 
Sale lands -------------_---------------  125   Cases disposed  of-......................
338 
Cochran, R. A., report Mount Pleasant               Decisions not impartial-...............325
School, Mich ..............................  421  Efficient-............-..................175,
Cceur d'Alne:                                             242,244,245,257,
283, 287,332,359,364,367 
Placed under independent superintend-           Fines for drunkenness-................
 373 
ent ....................................  468  None .................................
 255  375 
Population-............................518  Cow Creek Indians: 
Report of agent-....................... 355   Population............    
...........517 
Colony School, Oklahoma, report superin-            Report superintendent
in charge .......  323 
tendent-..................................296  Covey, Claude C.: 
Colorado River Agency, Ariz., report super-        *Report Lemhi Agency,
Idaho..........201 
intendent in charge-......................156   Report Warm Springs Agency,
Oreg...    383 
Columbias:                                      Crandall, C. J., report Santa
Fe School..  270 
Patent in fee to Long Jim ..............  462  Creek: 
Population   ........................518        Agreement........................708
Report superintendent in charge ....   357     Allotment contests ...................
 629 
Colville Agency, Wash., report agent .... 355      Appraisements ......................
720 


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