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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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INDEX.                                           379 
Page. 
Citizen's dress, adoption of, by Uintah Valley Utes, limited by supply furnished
---------------  138 
would be generally worn by Nez Perc6s if they had it .........-................
  57 
all Indians of Puyallup agency wear ..........................................
 149 
worn by Crow Creek Indians when they can get it .............................
    26. 
Citizenship, large proportion of Santees prepared for .........................................
 104 
many Omahas and Winnebagoes clamoring for rights and privileges of ...........
    109 
rights of, should be conferred on Indians as soon as possible .....................
 152" 
Civilization, steady and manifest progress in, has had no parallel in any
previous year-..  .   III 
agent Fort Berthold urges breaking up of tribal organization and locating
farms 
as a means of ..... ----------------------------------------------------
         3a 
marked progress in, among Devil's Lake Indians --------------------------------
   29 
marked progress in, by Indians of Round Valley agency, California ...............
   11 
marked advancement in, by Klamath Indians ."..................................
     126 
of Utes of Los Pinos agency, solution of, by Agent Stanley .----- - -16 
of Utes of White River agency, Colorado, difficult and slow task- ------------18,19
speedy commencement of, among Jicarilla Apaches, Abiquiu reserve ............
     113 
steady increase of Flatheads in pursuits of ..---................................
  94 
progress of, among Indians of Cheyenne River reserve ...........................
   20 
Civilized habits and usages of Uintah Valley Utes .........................................
I - 138 
Clackamas, statistics in regard to- ......................... ...................................
240,256 
Clear Lake Indians, statistics in regard to .....................................................
 228 
Clerks, two Indians act as, at Santee agency --------------------------------------------------.
 105 
Clothing, &c., bought in San Francisco for school children too small
and useless ...............  154 
proposals received and contracts awarded for ........................................
 304 
Coahuilas and Cocopas, statistics in regard to ..................................................
 228 
Cneur d'Alnes, statistics in regard to .........................................................
242, 258 
Coffee, proposals received and contracts awarded for ..........................................
 276 
Coquells, statistics in regard to ................................................................
240, 258 
Columbia reserve in Washington Territory, executive order establishing ......................
  217 
River Indians, statistics in regard to ........................... ....................
 240 
removed to Umatilla reserve ---------------------------------------    133
Colville agency, Washington Territory, annual report of James O'Neill, farmer
in charge         141 
report of farming operations in, 120 farms .............  141 
reserve, Indians of, showing great progress ..........................................
 144 
Colvilles, statistics in regard to -------------------------------------------------------------.
242, 258 
Colorado River agency, Arizona, annual report of Agent Mallory .............................
     1 
Comanches, statistics in regard to ---------------------------------------------------------------
232, 250 
condition and progress of ........................---------------------------------
 65 
Coombs, J. W., teacher, report of Shoshone school at Shoshone and Bannack
agency .......... 168,169 
Commission to appraise Kaw lands in Kansas, report of .......................................
  182 
Ute, report of ---------------------------------------------------------------------
 175 
Concows, statistics in regard to ----------------------------------------------------------------
228, 246 
Consolidation of agencies, bill for, introduced in Congress ......................................
XLIII 
policy and economy of ............................................... XLII1
of Red Lake and Leech agencies with White Earth agency ----------------------
      87 
all efforts toward, of Skokomish and S'Klallam Indians a failure -------------
  154 
of Mission Indians of California absolutely necessary to their prosperity
-------  14 
Contracts awarded for goods, supplies, and transportation for Indian service
--------------    270 
Contractors, combination of, to extort exorbitant rates caused employment
of Indian freight- 
ers ..........................................................................................
 IX 
Coos, statistics in regard to --------------------------------------------------------------------
240, 258 
Corn, American "Dent" planted with good results at Lower Brul6
............................      34 
seldom matures at Mescalero agency on account of altitude ..............................
  113 
Cornoyer, N. A., Umatilla agency, Oregon, annual report of ...................................
 133 
Cotton goods, proposals received and contracts awarded for ........................
; ...........  302 
Courtenay, William, acting agent, Fort Berthold agency, Dakota, annual report
of ............   29 
Cow Creek Indians, statistics in regard to .....................................................
240, 256 
Cowlitz Indians, statistics in regard to .........................................................
 242 
Crockery, proposals received and contracts awarded for..- .....................................
 313 
Creeks, statistics in  regard  to ..................................................................
 234, 250 
Crimes and drunkenness, none on Otoe reserve .................................................
103,104 
none among Indians of Colorado River reserve ........................   
 4 
Crimes and offenses, but one past year, and that on account of a woman .......................
  27 
fewer on White Earth reserve than any white community of 6,000 per- 
sons --------------------------------------------------------------------
 87 
among Lower Brules rare .................................................
    35 
murder of Winnebago Indian by white man and retaliation by Indians, and effects
of-.    107 
none among Devil's Lake lndians past year .............................................
Crissey, Charles, Sisseton agency, Dakota, annual report of ...................................
 43 
Critchiow, J. J., Uintah Valley agency, Utah, annual report of ................................
 137 
Crops. (See Farming.) 
Crops raised by Indians, statistics in regard to ----------------------------------------26
Crow agency, Montana, annual report of A. R. Keller ..........................................
  91 
Crow Creek agency, Dakota, annual report of Agent Dougherty ...............................
     24 
Crows, statistics in regard to ..............................................................
234, 236, 254 
Corn, proposals received and contracts awarded for ............................................
 274 
D. 
Dance, sun, nearly all Lower Brulds attended, at Rosebud agency in July .--------------------.33
Dances occur less frequently among Lower Brul~s-....-.....................................
       33 
Danilson, W. H=., Fort Hall agency, annual report of-------------------------------------......
  52 
Davenport, George L., Sac and Fox agency, Iowa, annual report of--------------------------..
     81 
Death rate, large, among I ez Percis, accounted for--------------------------------------....
    74 
Deaths among Indians, number of, reported by physicians------------------------------.....XLII
Indian  tribes, table  of. .... .. .. .. .. ... .. ...... ... .............228,2
44 


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