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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for the year 1879
([1879])

Index,   pp. [377]-392 PDF (7.1 MB)


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378                                        INDEX. 
Page. 
Bird, Wellington, Fort Peck agency, Montana, relieved by N. S. Porter, July
7, 1879 ..........  95 
Blackfeet, statistics  in  regard  to ...............................................................
234, 254 
Blackfeet agency, Montana, Indians of, governed by chiefs subject to agent
------------------89 
annual report of Agent Young ....................................  89 
Blankets, proposals received and contracts awarded for .......................................
 298 
Blood Indians, statistics in  regard  to  .........................................................
234, 254 
Board of Indian Commissioners. address of members of ........................................
 266 
valuable services of ........................................... XLVIII 
Bonds abstracted, amount of, not provided for by Congress; table .............................
199, 200 
United States, interest collected on -----------------------------------------------------
 205 
redemption of, since November 1, 1878; table ----- ..................................
 199 
Boots and shoes, proposals received and contracts awarded for -------------------------------
 308 
British Indians, 2,000 of, camped at different times about Fort Belknap agency
-----------------  98 
Bricks, number of, manufactured by Indians -----------------------------.-------------------
 262 
Buildings erected at Rosebud agency ---------------------------------------------------------
 41 
Buffalo fast disappearing, Blackfeet realize, and must adopt white man's
ways ...........   90 
Buffalo hunt, killing of Kiowa while on, by Texans and reprisal afterward
by band of young 
Kiowas ----------------.                           .   .    .    .    ..-------------------------------------------------------------
 64 
Buffalo hunting, meager results from, will have good effect in causing abandonment
of ........  65 
Omahas depended on, up to six years ago ...................................
 108 
permission to engage in, should not be given ................................
 55 
for five months, indians of Fort Peck must go, and why ----------------------
 97 
Fort Belknap Indians dare not engage in, on account of hostile Sioux. ........
 99 
C. 
Caddos, statistics in regard  to ..................................................................
 23-2, 250 
Calapooias, statistics in regard to --------------------------------------------------------------
240, 256 
Calispels, statistics in regard to ------------------------------------------------------------
242, 258 
Caps and hats, proposals received and contracts awarded for --. ---------------------------308
Carlin's farms in Nevada, executive order restoring, to public domain ..-----------------------
 216 
Carlisle Barracks training school, under Lieutenant R. H. Pratt, United States
Army ...VIII-IX 
Carlisle, Pa., advantages of situation of, for training school .................................
VIII-IX 
Cattle-men, encroachments of, with herds, on valuable grazing lands ......................
XLV-XLVI 
Cayuse Indians, statistics in regard to -----------------------------------------------
---------- 240, 258 
improvement in during year ----------------- w --------------------------------
 113 
Cayugas, statistics in regard to ---------------------------------------------------------------
238, 256 
Census of Indians belonging to Omaha and Winnebago agency, 2,500 ..........................
 108 
number of Indians on Standing Rock reserve, December, 1878, 2,583 ....-................
-46 
of Indians on Warm Springs reserve, Oregon, 52-2 -------.----------------------------
 134 
of Indians on Umatilla reserve, 1,021 .......------------------------------------------
 133 
of Navajoes, approximate estimate of 15,000, increasing in numbers -------------------
 115 
Census of Pueblo Indians, 10,613; they are very industrious and provident
------------------ : 118,119 
none yet taken of Indians of Mission agency, California-rough estimate, 3,000
.......  14 
White Earth agency, Minnesota, since consolidation, 6,200 .............................
 87 
&    of  Yankton  Sioux, 2,008  Indians  ......................................................
 51 
Central Pacific Railroad, riding of Indians on, free of charge, serious evil
--------------------  110 
Chaffee, A. R., Captain, United States Army, acting agent, annual report
of ...................  8 
Chasta Costas, statistics in regard to ----------------------------------------------------------
240, 250 
Cherokees, statistics in regard to .....................................................
234, 23$, 250, 256 
Chetcoes, statistics in  regard  to  ..............................................................
 240, 258 
Chehalis Indians, statistics in regard to  ......................................................
 242, 258 
Cheyenne and Arapaho agency, Indian Territory, annual report of Agent Miles
................  57 
Cheyennes and Arapahoes, twenty-five engaged in operating mail-route 165
miles to Fort Elliot, 
Texas -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 61 
"Dull Knife" band, outbreak of, from Camp Robinson ............................
 XVII 
Little Chief's band of, dissatisfied and send delegation to Washington ............
XVIII, 59 
Northern. raid of, in September, 1878 ------------------.------------------------
23-2, 259 
statistics in regard to - - ------ ----------------------------------- ---------2-2,
250 
Cheyenne River agency, Dakota, annual report of Theo. Schwan, captain United
States Army, 
actingagent --------------------------------------   ........................................
 19 
Chickasaws, statistics in regard to ...--------------------             
.............. 234, 250 
Chiefs, influence of, lessened by issuing rations to heads of families..--------------------
- 66 
Chimehuevas, statistics in regard to -----------------------------------------------------------
 228 
Chippewas of La Pointe agency, report relative to --------------------------------------------
 16t 
of Mackinac agency, nearly all live on farms and in comfortable houses ...........
 84 
will soon  be self-supporting ..................... -............  86 
of La Pointe agency, table showing increase in property and productions of,
since 
1872                               ------------..................................................................
 163 
statistics in  regard  to  ......................................................
234, 244, 252, 260 
of Lake Superior, will suffer on account loss of crops by frost .--------------------
 86 
and Munsees, almost self-sustaining, should be made citizens -----------------------
 83 
of White Oak Point, Sandy and Gull Lakes, and Mille Lac should be removed
to 
White Earth reserve ---------------------------------------.............
......  87 
of White Earth agency, report showing progress of, during year          
          87 
Choctaws, statistics in regard to------------------------------------------------234,25G
Citizen's dress adopted generally by Indians, Umatilla reserve ------------------------
------  134 
among Winnebagoes worn entirely by men, not by women ---_-----------------
    107 
not yet adopted by Indians of Colorado River reserve ...........................
 4 
Santees  all wear  -............. . ..............................................
 104 
Pawnees would wear, if they had it ............................................
 72 
unusual readiness of Indians to adopt ..........................................
 III 
worn entirely by Klamaths, who live like white people ........................
 126 
worn entirely b.y Indians of Round Valley agency, California------------------.12
worn generally by Cheyenne River Indians as long as supply lasts. ............
 20 
Indians of Warm Springs reserve have generally---------------------------..
   136 
Western Shoshones all adopt, but continue use of  pns............       
     112 


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