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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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674           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. 
Name. 
Mount Pleasant School, 
Mich.-Continued. 
James J. Markle ...... 
Daniel Bennet ...... 
Charles Slater ........ 
Charles C. Ross.---- 
Engebrikt Erickson.. 
Henry Strong ........ 
James C. Freeman .... 
Joe Wakefield ........ 
BAY MILLS DAY. 
Walter G. West ..... 
Gertrude West ........ 
Navaho Agency, N. Mex. 
Reuben Perry ........ 
Peter Paquette ..... 
Francis A. Penland... 
Ella Burton .......... 
Mary E. Perry ........ 
Kate W. Hartsell..... 
Maude M. Wrinek .... 
Hattie J. Hickson..... 
Emma B. Roberts-.... 
Recie Henderson ..... 
Mary Boling .......... 
Orrington Jewett ..... 
Chili Haven .......... 
Marchia C. White ..... 
Lizzie W. Hunsberger. 
Dora J. Gurule ....... 
George N. Quinn.... 
John T. Hickson .. 
Harry A. Shuyler .... 
Alice Gorman ........ 
LITTLE WATER SCHOOL. 
Emma De Vore ....... 
Agnes A. Brownlee... 
Lizzie Sheets ......... 
Oren E. Johnson ..... 
Dona J. Gordon-.--- 
Pocohontas Howlett. 
Myrtle Seargeant ..... 
Nellie B. Finger ...... 
Anna I. Brownlee .... 
Callie Yoppa ........ 
William F. Jenks. 
Neah   Bay   Agency, 
Wash. 
TRAINING SCHOOL. 
Position. 
Farmer ................. 
Assistant farmer ........ 
Carpenter-............. 
Assistant carpenter. 
Tailor ................... 
Night watchman ..... 
Engineer ................ 
Assistant engineer ...... 
Salary. Sex. 
$720 
420 
660 
300 
600 
* 400 
900 
480 
Teacher................ p.m. 60 
Housekeeper ......... p.m. 30 
Superintendent ......... 
Assistant superintendent 
Disciplinarian .......... 
Teacher ................. 
...do ................... 
..... do ................... 
Kindergartner......... 
Matron............... 
Assistant matron ....... 
--.- do-.................. 
Nurse  ................... 
Seamstress .............. 
Assistant seamstress .... 
Laundress ............. 
Cook    ............... 
Assistant cook. 
Carpenter-............. 
Gardener.............. 
Engineer ............... 
Weaver ................. 
Superintendent ......... 
Teacher ................. 
......do----       --.............. 
Industrial teacher ...... 
Matron ................. 
Assistant matron ....... 
Seamstress .............. 
Laundress .............. 
Cook-................... 
*.. .. --do ................... 
Carpenter ............... 
1,500 
90 
720 
720 
660 
600 
600 
660 
600 
500 
660 
600 
360 
540 
600 
500 
720 
600 
900 
360 
960 
600 
600 
660 
540 
500 
540 
540 
540 
300 
720 
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Edwin Minor .......Superintendent.........1,000          M. 
Jennie Markishtum.. Teacher-...............p.m. 40    F. 
Herman Ward ........ Assistant ................ p.m. 10  M. 
QUILEUTE DAY SCHOOL. 
A. W. Smith-.......... 
Gordon B. Hobucket.. 
Nevada Agency, Nev. 
TRAINING SCHOOL. 
Fred B. Spriggs ....... 
Joshua R. Bennett ... 
Jeannette   M. Mc- 
Donald. 
Leota Hoch ........... 
Ida Loury.......... 
Anna Davis ........... 
Lizzie Bernard ..... 
Jas. A. McDonald .... 
Teacher ................. p.m. 72  M. 
Assistant.............p.m. 10    M. 
Superintendent .........     1,500 
Teacher.................       660 
Assistant teacher .......      400 
Matron ..................      520 
Laundress...............       400 
Assistant laundress.         180 
Cook .................... 
Engineer ............. 
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May   4,1904 
July  1,1895 
Dec. 19,1892 
Feb. 3,1904 
Mar. 14,1901 
Apr. 1,1902 
Nov. 1,1897 
Oct. 24,1900 
July  1,1900 
Oct.  6,1898 
Feb. 3,1894 
July 18,1895 
Mar. 23,1904 
Sept. 22,1891 
Feb. 11,1904 
Apr. 1,1902 
Sept. 11,1903 
Oct. 4,1895 
Dec. 24,1902 
Oct. 27,1903 
Feb. 10,1904 
Oct.  9,1903 
Nov. 10,1903 
Oct. 27,1903 
May 31,1904 
Apr. 24,1904 
July 29,1891 
June 9,1904 
Mar. 13,1903 
Oct. 1,1903 
Apr. 20,1893 
Dec. 18,1902 
Jan. 31,1902 
May 27,1904 
Nov. 9,1903 
Apr. 1,1897 
Feb. 18,1902 
Oct. 13,19C3 
Sept. 9,1903 
Jan. 15,1904 
Apr. 9,1904 
............... 
Mar. 27,1897 
Oct. 1,1901 
Feb. 9,1904 
July  1,1884 
Apr. 1,1904 
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Mar. 26,1898 
Sept. 19,1903 
May 5,1899 
Aug. 21,1900 
Oct. 1,1899 
Oct.  1,1900 
June 4,1903 
5 ay 24,1900 
Item of appro- 
priation. 
Act Mar. 3, 1903 
(32 Stat., 982). 
Act Mar. 3,1903 
(32 Stat., 982). 
Act Mar. 3, 1903 
(32 Stat., 982). 
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