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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for the year 1903, Part II
([1903])

Contents,   pp. III-VI PDF (1.3 MB)


Page IV

IV                                        CONTENTS. 
Report of the Indian Inspector for Indian Territory-Continued.          
                  Page. 
Seminole Nation ..............................................          ...............196
M ining .........................................................................................
 197 
Town sites, surveys, and appraisements      ........................................201-210
Town-lot deeds..............................................................
              210 
Tribal revenues..     ...........................................................211
Timber and  stone.............................................................................
 214 
Schools .......................................................................................
 216 
Finance.......................................................................................
 217 
Warrant payments.         ...........................................................219
Chickasaw per capita payment ...............................................................
 221 
Loyal Creek  claim  ............................................................................
 221 
Municipal bonds.         ..........................................................
       221 
Placing Indian citizens in possession of their allotments .....................................
 222 
Public  roads..................................................................................
 223 
Sale and leasing of Creek lands ....................... .......................................
 224 
Leasing of Cherokee allotments................................................225
Election of principal chief of the Choctaw Nation    ..................................225
Recording deeds and other conveyances .....................................................
 226 
Sulphur Springs Reservation .................................................................
 226 
Telephone lines in Indian Territory ..................................................
   226 
Louisiana Purchase Exposition ...............................................................
 227 
Sale of buildings on old military reservation at Fort Gibson .................................
 227 
Payment of contingent expenses, Choctaw and Chickasaw citzenship court..............
     229 
Report of the Indian agent'at Union Agency ..............................................
231-249. 
Duties of the  Indian  agent ...............................................................
 231 
Receipts and disbursements..............................................................
 232 
Financial..............................................................................
233-242 
Correspondence.        .............................................................242
Indian police        ...............................................................242
Roads .........................................................................................
 242 
Placing allottees in possession of their allotments ............................................
 243 
Account of the trouble in the Choctaw Nation in connection with the election
and installa- 
tion  of principal  chief.....................................................................
 243 
Leasing and sale of Creek lands.     .     5.............................245
Leases.........................................................................................
 246 
Leasing of Cherokee lands........................................       
 .............248 
Railroads.                 ..................................................................
 249 
Report of the superintendent of schools ...................................................
250-258 
Cherokee Nation......................... .........................................
   250 
Creek  Nation  ........................................  ..............................
 251 
Choctaw  Nation ..........................................................................
 251 
Chickasaw Nation.........................               ...............................
 252 
Our summer normals..........     ............................................252
The future of our schools....     ........          ...................................
 252 
Statistics        .............................................................254-258
Reports of school supervisors .........................  .     .........................
259-295 
Creek Nation..............       .        ......................................
     259 
Cherokee Nation.............................................................
          267 
Choctaw  Nation.........   .         ........................................
........282 
Chickasaw  Nation................    .....     .   .   .................................................
290 
Report of the mining trustees, Choctaw and Chickasaw nations ..........................
295-301 
Report of the supervising engineer of town sites ...........................................
301-303 
Memorandum covering work of revenue inspector       ..................................304
Appendixes- 
No. 1.-Seminole agreement         ................................................306
No. 2.-Curtis act, approved June 28, 1898, sections 1 to 29, inclusive.................308
No. 3.-Original Creek agreement       ............................................323
No. 4.-Supplemental Creek agreement ..................................................
 331 
No. 5.-Cherokee act, approved July 1,1902 ..............................................
335 
No. 6.-Choctaw and Chickasaw supplemental agreement........................344
No. 7.-Extract from Indian appropriation act for fiscal yearl1901, approved
May 31,1900.  357 
No. 8.-Timber and stone regulations......      ...................................358
No. 9.-Extract from Indian appropriation act for fiscal year 1902, approved
March 3, 
1901  ............................................................................
.363 
No. 10.-Telephone regulations....................................................
363 
No. 1.-Extract fromlIndian appropriation act for fiscal year9O3, approved
May 27, 1902. 367 
No. 12.-Municipal bond act, approved May 19, 1902..................................
368 


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