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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])

Index,   pp. 705-716 PDF (5.6 MB)


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INDEX. 
Page. 
Clallam (see Sklallam) ......................  353 
Clifford, J. C., report Tongue River Agency   233 
Coal, Navaho Reserve ......................  252 
Coal and asphalt lands, Indian Territory. 478, 513 
Coeur d'Alne:                 % 
Appropriation for survey reservation...   480 
Report special agent in charge ..........  351 
Statistics concerning ................. 610, 628 
Colorado River Agency, Ariz.: 
Irrigation ..............................  488 
Report superintendent in charge .......   131 
Columbia (Moses's band), statistics concern- 
ing  ..................................... 610,628 
Colville Indians: 
Construction smelter on reserve ........  517 
May sell lands for drainage ............  483 
Removal Wenatchi to, reservation .....   477 
Report special agent in charge .........  349 
Statistics concerning ................. 610,628 
Comanche: 
Report of agent in charge ..............  292 
Schools ................................  295 
Statistics concerning ................. 606,624 
Compton, L. M., report Tomah School, Wis- 
consin ....................................  459 
Concow: 
Report H. J. Johnson ...................  168 
Statistics concerning ................. 596, 618 
Congress of Indian Educators ..............  418 
Cooking: 
Classes ..................................  228, 
242,279,388,399,410,415,417,430,437,459 
Needs more attention in schools .........  402 
Course of study: 
Followed ......................... 280,282,429 
Haskell Institute ...................... 443 
Talks by employees ...................    332 
Courts: 
Additional judges in Indian Territory. 521 
Decisions- 
Liquor may be sold an Indian citi- 
zen ............................. 353,381 
Tide lands on Puget Sound reserva- 
tions ..............................  359 
Established at Marietta, Ind. T .........  470 
Indian criminals punished by ........ 595-615 
Reservation Indians -not amenable to 
State --------------------------367 
Salaries deputy clerks in Indian Terri- 
tory ...................................  487 
Court of Claims: 
To determine rights of intermarried 
whites among Cherokees .............    478 
Appropriation to carry out decision in 
favor of Michigan Potawatomi .......    480 
Courts of Indian Offenses: 
Cases tried by ..........................  330 
Efficient .......... 134,139,150,152,352,360,370 
Indian criminals punished by ........ 595-615 
Little to do- ...........................  272 
Pay judges too small...................    31 
Road work for punishment .............    363 
Cow Creek Indians, statistics concerning.. 608,626 
Crandall, C. J., report Santa Fe School, New 
Mexico ...................................  258 
Creek: 
Appropriationfor expense leasing lands.   477 
Appropriation to carry out agreement..   477 
Certain, may sell surplus lands.........  483 
Royalties and taxes collected .... 106,191,208 
Loeasing of lands ....................... 97,201 
Loyal, payment .......................  192 
Patents to town lots ....................  198 
Pay for clerical work on leases .........  522 
Report J. B. Shoenfelt ..................  183 
Roads...,..............................  203 
Sale of lands-----------------..      200,476 
Schools   ............................94 
Services Win. M. Springer ...............  480 
Statistics concerning ...................  598 
(See also Five Civilized Tribes.) 
Creel, Lorenzo D., report Crow School .....  227 
Crops raised by Indians .................. 616-630 
Cross Lake School, report John Morrison... 221 
Crouse, C. W., report Apache Agency, Ariz.. 132 
Crow: 
Agreement ............................. 5,503 
Report agent-----------------------...    225 
Schools ....................... 227, 228, 430 
707 
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Crow Creek Agency, S. Dak.: 
Report agent ..........................  823 
Statistics concerning ................. 600,620 
Custer, Burton B., report Greenwood School, 
California ................................  438 
Customs among Indians .................. 253,256 
Cushatta, statistics concerning .............  614 
D. 
Dairy work .............................. 289,443 
Method of teaching ....................  229 
More attention should be given to .....  397 
Dances demoralizing .......................  241 
Daugherty, Annie, may sell land ...........  487 
Davis, Charles L., report, Devils Lake Agen- 
cy, N. Dak............................   266 
Davis, Dr. Edward J.. physician, report ....  264 
Davis, Nellie H., patent in fee .... ....... 484 
Day schools. (See Schools, day.) 
Deaths, number .......................... 596-615 
Delawares: 
Claim against Cherokees ...............  104 
Filings on segregated lands ............  477 
Improvements on Cherokee lands ......    477 
Payment $150,000 to ...................  846 
Sale improvements on surplus lands.... 207 
Statistics concerning ................. 606,624 
Depredation claims, appropriation for pay- 
mentjudgments ..........................   465 
Devils Lake Sioux: 
Agreement ............................. 4,499 
Erroneous survey of reservation .........499 
Opening of lands to settlement........., 268 
Pay for timber taken...................499 
Report superintendent in charge-......   266 
De Vdre, Emma, report Little Water School.   143 
Dew, William B., report Shoshoni School...   384 
Dickson, Charles H., school supervisor, re- 
port-   -   -  -   --......................... 433 
Dietritch, Bert et al., patents in fee ........  487 
Digger Indians, Colorado: 
Report farmer in charge ...............  155 
Statistics concerning.................596-616 
Disease among Indians .....................   35 
Divorces: 
Decree of United States court ..........  486 
Few....................................210 
Formally granted....................150,179 
Number..............................595-615 
Downs, Thomas, special agent, report on 
schools visited ............................  430 
Dress, citizens, Indians who adopt ........ 594,614 
Dressmaking contest ......................   438 
Duncan, James J., report on day schools ...  333 
Durant, Horace B., report Quapaw Agency, 
Ind. T....................................181 
Dwamish, statistics concerning ........... 612,628 
E. 
Eastern Cherokee: 
Report superintendent in charge-......   265 
Statistics concerning ................. 604,624 
Education. (See Schools.) 
Edwards, 0. C., report as to Kickapoo, Iowa, 
and Sank and Fox.......................212 
Elko, Nev., establishing Indian school at..  482 
Emarthla, Okchun, sale surplus lands .....   483 
Emarthla, Salina, sale surplus lands-.......  483 
Employees, Indian Service: 
Agency, names, and salaries ...........  634 
In Washington, names and salaries ....   632 
Miscellaneous, names and salaries.....   653 
School, names and-salaries .............  655 
Statistics .............................. 581-591 
Talks to pupils ..........................  332 
English: 
Methods of teaching ....................  391 
Number Indians who speak .......... 594-614 
Evans, R. 0., & Co., payment for maps ....., 485 
Executive orders ...........................  530 
Evangelist, Sister M., report St. Michael 
School....-................................ 144 
Evans, David E., report Goodwill School ...  339 
Ewing, William W., report Uinta School       348 
Exposition, St. Louis: 
Indian exhibit....................... 51 
Visited by Indians................... 291 


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