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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for the year 1904, Part I
([1904])

List of persons employed in the Indian school service on June 30, 1904, under the provisions of the act of March 3, 1903, and other laws noted,   pp. 655-695 PDF (14.5 MB)


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Name. 
Haskell Institute, Law-  ------------------......... 
rence, Kans.-Con. 
Louise H. Klein ...... 
Katherine L. Keck... 
Netta Allison ......... 
Mittie I. Taylor ...... 
Laura Taylor ......... 
Eva Anderson ........ 
May Herron .......... 
John E. Olson ........ 
Emily L. Johnson .... 
May Murphy ......... 
Mattie Rion .......... 
Ella Mason ........... 
Ida G. McAllister ..... 
Alvin K. Risser ...... 
Richard 0. Hoyt ..... 
Winston Z. McKean-.. 
Donald MacArthur... 
Edgar M. Goss ........ 
William D. Gates ..... 
Horace Randal ....... 
Dennison Wheelock.. 
William H. Lowe ..... 
Ludwig A. Manglitz.. 
David Cocklin ....... 
Samuel T. Woods .... 
Ed. S. Meairs ......... 
Charles B. Wilson .... 
James Oliver ......... 
Christian Kaufman .. 
Helen W. Ball ........ 
Charles C. Seewir .... 
William A. Opperman 
William C. Furtick... 
Jacob Duggan ........ 
Louis Felix ........... 
Joshua Montour ...... 
Hayward Boarding 
School, Wis. 
William A. Light ..... 
Edmund E. Perry .... 
Libbie C. Light ....... 
Emma P. Perry ....... 
Frank 0. Setter ...... 
Jane Johnson ........ 
Rose Setter ........... 
Mary Gillen .......... 
Mamie Noble ......... 
Sarah I. Sampson .... 
Lucinda G. Davids... 
Mary Farley .......... 
Charles F. Stetler... 
Harry A. Milan ..... 
Willis F. Buck.. 
Hoopa Valley Agency, .......................... 
Cal. 
TRAINING SCHOOL. 
Position. 
Nurse ................... 
Sewing teacher ......... 
Seamstress .............. 
Assistant seamstress .... 
..... do ................... 
Laundress .......... 
Assistant laundress.... 
Baker ................... 
Cooking teacher ........ 
Cook  .................... 
Hospital cook ........... 
Assistant cook .......... 
Stewardess .............. 
Teacher of agriculture.- 
Farmer ................. 
Assistant farmer ........ 
Dairyman ............... 
Gardener ............... 
Carpenter ............... 
Assistant carpenter ..... 
Band leader.......... 
Tailor ................... 
Shoemaker ............. 
Harness maker ......... 
Blacksmith ............. 
Engineer ............... 
Assistant engineer ...... 
..... do...... *--.......... 
Wagon maker ........... 
Printer .................. 
Assistant printer and 
librarian. 
Painter ................. 
Mason .................. 
Laborer ................. 
Night watchman ....... 
Teamster ............... 
Superintendent ......... 
Teacher ................ 
..... do ................... 
..... do ................... 
Industrial teacher ...... 
Matron ................. 
Assistant matron ....... 
Nurse ................... 
Seamstress .............. 
Laundress .............. 
Baker and assistant cook 
Cook .................... 
Carpenter ............... 
Gardener ............... 
Laborer ................. 
Salary. ISex. jRace. 
$720 
660 
600 
540 
300 
540 
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600 
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480 
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1,000 
840 
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720 
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900 
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720 
720 
480 
480 
300 
1,300 
660 
600 
540 
600 
600 
.500 
600 
500 
480 
400 
500 
600 
600 
600 
Frank Kyselka ....... Superintendent .........   1,400 
Jean 0. Barnd ........ Teacher .................   660 
Emma C. Hoff...........do ..................     . 540 
Emma R. Hillis ----.Kindergartner-----------600 
David M. Masten.....-Industrial teacher ......     720 
Anna McDermott .... Matron .................       600 
Abbie E. Stoneburner. Assistant matron .......     500 
Matilda K. Kniger .... Seamstress..............   . 540 
Anna Parmeter ....... Laundress...............     540 
Mary S. Johnson ..... Baker ..................   .500 
Jane Spinks.........Cook ....................   540 
William Stephens .... Shoe and harness maker.      300 
Jerry Black..........Night watchman. ........      240 
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Item of appro- 
priation. 
Date of orig- 
inal appoint- 
men.t. 
July  1,1899 
Sept. 7,1892 
Apr. 3,1901 
Feb. 26,1900 
July  1,1902 
July  1,1886 
Sept. 12,1898 
Nov. 24,1903 
July  9,1887 
Oct. 20,1902 
Feb. 3,1900 
July  1,1901 
Oct. 10,1900 
June 1,1904 
Sept. 1,1892 
June 17,1902 
Mar. 28,1898 
Apr. 14,1902 
Apr. 1,1902 
Nov. 20,1903 
Oct. 1, 1891 
Apr. 1,1899 
May 20,1902 
Jan. 18,1.901 
Aug. 20,1902 
Feb, 27,1900 
Dec. 8,1902 
July  1,1902 
Oct.  8,1900 
Nov. 1,1889 
Sept. 11,1894 
Nov. 1,1894 
Oct. 7,1903 
Sept. 11, 1903 
June 1,1904 
..... do ....... 
Sept. 1,1895 
Oct. 19,1902 
Sept. 1,1895 
Dec. 13,1902 
July  1,1901 
July  1,1884 
Oct. 21,1901 
Apr. 3,1903 
Dec. 1,1900 
Jan. 1,1900 
Apr. 1,1896 
Nov. 21,1901 
Feb. 13,1904 
June 21,1904 
Aug. 1,1901 
Sept. 1,1893 
April 6,1904 
April 21,1902 
Nov. 28,1898 
June 9,1904 
May   6,1899 
Nov. 1,1903 
May   4,1895 
Dec. 2,1898 
Oct.  1,1893 
Jan. 21,1893 
Aug. 3,1903 
June 1,1903 
Act Mar. 3, 1903 
(32 Stat., 982) 
Act Mar, 3, 1903 
(32 Stat., 982). 
668             EMPLOYEES IN INDIAN SCHOOL SERVICE. 
List of persons employed in the Indian school service on June 30, 1904, under
the provisions 
of the act of March 3, 1903, and other laws noted-Continued. 


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