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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for the year 1884
([1884])

Table of statistics relating to Indian education,   pp. 266-267-282 ff. PDF (4.6 MB)


Page 268-269

268 
STATISTICS OF INDIAN SCHOOLS. 
Name of agency and school. 
DAKOTA-Continued. 
Pine Ridge Agency-Continued. 
Wounded Knee day ........ 
Ogalalla day.............. 
Agency day ................. 
Rosebud Agency ................ 
St. Matthew's Mission day.. - 
St. Mark's Mission day-.--- 
Oak Creek day .............. 
Agency day ..... 
St. Ann's Mission day ....... 
St. Mark's night.. ..... 
Standing Rock Agency ......... 
Dakota Mission day .... 
Industrial boarding ......... 
Table of 8tati8tics relating to 
Number                             P iz I 
Number    attending                           9 .  a 
who can be school one     $          Cost of 
accommo- month or      *           maintaining 2 
dated in  more dur-  Q       -     -0schools.   0 
0     schools.  ing the    a                       . a  /-" 
a                year.    P     at oa                , 
aI 1     /                  4.-1P 
o                      ho 
A  _  a                                         0 
~  o  ~  a~-      a   0    o    ~      0 
1,7853 
1, 014 
IndustriAI farm boarding...... 
45----  45 
.. . . 45 
30 - 
.. . . 35  . . 
34.... 3 
.. ..  40o   -- 
40 
60 .1 --- 168 1 
Sisseton Agency ...............  344.............. 
Agency boarding..................1--130-1 ...-- 103 
Goodwill Mission boarding .. 
Ascension girls' boarding . . 
Yankton Agency-.............. 
Yankton boardingb ......... 
Selwyn day---------------- 
Ree day..................... 
St. Paul's boarding .......... 
Agency boarding ............ 
a5OO 
White Swan Mission day .... ...... 
Mission day.................. 
IDAHO. 
Fort Hall Agency............... a285 
Agency boardig ............ 
50   10 45 
14 ..    14 
100 
40 
75 
20 
40 
30 
45 
85 
60 
51 
57 
29 
35 
32 
40 
51 
11 
67 F 
17 
24 
43 
42 
37 
38 
46 
16 
25 
25 
20 
21 
6 
25 
93 
48 
47 
57 
16 
30 
32 
30 
51 
110 
12 
12 
4 
41 
8 
3 
$1,080 
645 
344 
1313- 
517. 
1056 
200 
350 
800 
37 1 53! 12  6, 04   . 
43 
14 
..ii. 
14 
13 
39 
64 
18 
10 
60 1... .138  . 22. 
Nez PercAgency .............. 350 ...... ...... .... ............ 
Woman's day ......................... all        - ..   19    11 
Agency Boarding and Indus- ......      60 .... 58 1......   53 
trial.I 
Men's day................... 
INDIAN TERRITORY. 
Cheyenne and Arapaho Agency: 
Arapaho boarding .......... 
Cheyenne boarding ......... 
Mennonite boarding at ag'y 
Mennonite boarding at can- 
tonment ................... 
Kiowa, Comanche, and Wichita 
Agency................. 
Kiowa and Comanche board- 
tng..................... 
532 
765 
550 
Wichita boarding............. 
aFrom last year's RIport. 
100 
100 
40 
a8 
11 
.135. 
.99. 
.47  - 
601 ...... 1371. 1 
120  ...... 144 
70  -.---46 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
8 
5 
68    9L , l , 541 101 .....  2 5 + 
49 
14 
14 
16 
45 
85 
23 
14 
32 
16 
58 
10 1 
66 
72 
30 
21 
53 
31l 
83 
87 
36 
7 
10 
5 
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10 
12 
5 
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10 
8 
9 
10 
10 
10 
28 I10 
76  10 
37 110 
3,1146 
1,234 
34 
267 
1,588 
8,1942 
3,7201 
8, 639 
9, 407 
10, 143 
1, 887 
1, 583 
9,102 
2, 117 
1, 193 
7, 000J 
175 
300 
600 
600 
2, 31 
3, 429 
7 
2 
1 
8 
3 
58 
30 
715 
12 
12 
9 
12 
25 
20 
35 
47 
24 
1 5,876 1........111122 
b Located at Yankton, Dak. 
STATISTICS OF INDIAN SCHOOLS. 
269 
Indian education-Continued. 
a 
c a 
25I 
40 
260 
60 
15     3     0 
,-  I  -- --  i-- - " 
200 
600 
1,000 
1,120 
270 
200 
ae 
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8 
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33. .  . ..  . .. . 6.. . 
360..... 150..... 10.. 
~c00~ 
800, 
300 
100 
c50 
720 
200 
234 1. 
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295 
915 
25 
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1,0001 ...... I  .....-  7 
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811     500 
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170. 
30 
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-- 6............--204  12 
...  ..  . . i..... .. 225  22 
.i4      45  150 ... m.. ...... 
6..25..19 . 35 
... ./ -  .. 
625 
5oo ...... I.......1661....I. . 
59 ........  .......153 
cWheat. 
(6 1 
...Farming, domestic work, 
diying, and sewing. 
248   38 
.General housework, sew- 
ing, farming, and attend- 
ing cows. 
Do. 
--I 
L- 
Produce raised 
(bushels). 
520            50      2      ---------- 
506 
45i 
Industries taught. 
House-building, farming, 
and sewing. 
Do. 
Do. 
Sewing. 
Gardening. 
General housework, sew- 
ing, dairying, and gar. 
dening. 
Farming, care of stock, 
dairying, and carpenter- 
ing. 
Harness and shoe making, 
tailoring, farming, sew- 
ing, knitting, and house- 
work. 
Farming, care of stock, 
sewing, and housework. 
Sewing, and housework. 
Gardening and farming. 
Farming. 
Farming, sewing, and 
housework. 
Farming, harness-making, 
and sewing. 
S e win g, knitting, and 
baking. 
Gardening, farming, fence- 
building, sewing, and 
general housework. 
General housework, farm- 
ing, and gardening. 
Farming and house work. 
Farming, domestic work, 
dairying, &c. 


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