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

Statistics called for by section 9 of act (Public, No. 84) approved July 4, 1884,   pp. 322-323-336-337 PDF (3.4 MB)


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Statistics called for by section 9 of act;(Public, No. 84) approved July
4, 1884-Continued. 
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Number of schools in operation.   Names of teachers and assistants employed.
1 Hobart ...................... S. W. Ford, teacher ..............................
1 Cornelius ..................... E. A. Goodnaugh, teacher .......................
1 Oneida, No. 1 .................. Jacob Wolf, teaoher .............................
1 Stockbridge .................. Ophelia Wheelock, teacher.................
1 Oneida, No: 2-................-Henry K. Cooper, teacher ........................
1 Oneida, No. 3 .................. Jeremiah Slingerland, teacher.................
John W. Olmstead, teacher ...................... 
Lizzie Olmstead, teacher ........................ 
Sarah J. Slingerland, teacher-................ .. 
James A. Allen, teacher-.........-.............. 
Mitchel Oshknamiem, teacher-.................. 
Stephen Webster, teacher.................. 
Helen E. Nevin, matron .......................... 
Marinda Brooks, seamstress......    ........... 
Nettie Smith, seamstress ....................... 
Anna Schilke, seamstress..................... 
Sarah Krake, laundress .......................... 
Eliza Welsh, laundress--     -  --.................... 
Mary A. Kelly, laundress ........................ 
Nellie Smith, cook........................ """"- - 
Josephine Sears, cook ........................... 
Hettie E. Delany, cook ........................ 
George W. Olmstead, teacher............... 
1 Agency industrial..........B. S. Haskell, teacher ...........................
1 Ascension .................... R. Lawrence, teacher ............................
1 Brown Earth ................ G. Vanderheyder, teacher ........................
J. M. Phillipi, teacher-..........-............... 
Lydia E. Dettis, teacher ........................ 
W. M. Robertson, teacher.................... 
Henry B. Knight, teacher ........................ 
. B. Renville, teacher ............................ 
Cora Bingham, teacher .......................... 
L. B. Crossfield, teacher .......................... 
H. B. Thompson, teacher ......................... 
Etta Walker, teacher ...... I .................... 
A. Hunter, teacher ...............................i 
M. P. Williamson, matron ........................ 
Maggie Howell, laundress ....................... 
Susan Turritten, cook........................... 
Cora A. Huntley, cook........................... 
John Campbele, helper .......................... 
1 Pawnee ...................... Carrie C. Schultz, teacher.......................
1  toe ........   ..............  J. T. Botts, teacher ..............................
1 Nez Percds .................... Fannie Skinner, teacher.........................
1 Ponca ........................ Leslie D. Davis, teacher ........................
Walter W. Davis, teacher ....................... 
Joseph C. Pullin, teacher ........................ 
Eva M. Woodin, teacher ....................... 
Burt Covert, teacher ............................ 
A. B. Holmes, teacher .......................... 
John F. Dalzell, teacher ........................ 
J. R. Marrie, teacher ............................... 
W. W. Cooke, teacher ........................... 
L. M. Sawyer, teacher ........................... 
Annie Schultz, matron .......................... 
Mable S. Hilton, matron ........................ 
Nannie E. Shedden, matron ...................... 
Mamie S. Whitmer .............................. 
Jennie M. Holmes ............................... 
Cora  R. Chinn ................................... 
Ida M. Johnson, seamstress ..................... 
Phebe Howell, seamstress............     ........ 
Florence E. Kent, seamstress .................... 
R. D. Maxfield, seamstress ....................... 
Mary Weeks, seamstress................. 
Mary A. Foster, seamstress ..................... 
E. C. Dalzell, seam stress ......................... 
N. S. Whitmer, seamstress ...................... 
Minerva Botts, laundress.................. 
Susan Platt, laundress .......................... 
Eva True, cook ................................. 
Mattie Campbell, laundress ..................... 
Rachel McCrearv, laundress................. 
Flora Cleghorn, laundress ....................... 
Edith Lyle, laundress ........................... 
Mary Wilson, cook .............................. 
Flora Covert, cook ............................. 
Mary F. Gillespie, cook ......................... 
Sarah Dervin, cook .............................. 
Mary W. Sawyer, cook .......................... 
Minerva Botts, cook_.....        ................. 
John C. Gillespie, baker......................... 
1 Sac and Fox...................L.H.Cox,teacher........................ 
1 Pottawatomie ................ Thomas W. Alford, teacher ......................
1 Shawnee ..................... Silas R. Moon, teacher ...........................
H. V. Easterling, teacher ......................... 
W. H. Cox, teacher........................ 
Julia Thompson, teacher"....................... 
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367 03     jn 
283 69 
52 20 
32 97    I'J 
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96 70 
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51 26 
83 07 
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480 00 
600 00 
675 00 
387 39 
212 60 
76 90 
180 00 
150 00 
241 80 
120 00 
75 00 
360 00 
Sac and Fox , Indian Territory.       .......     ........ 
375 00 
228 26 
300 00 
75 00 
75 00 
426 67 
468 13 
600 00 
920 00 
600 00 
135 00 
600 00 
467 15 
725 83    M 
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347 82 
480 00 
333 30 
199 10 
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