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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)


Page 709

Havasupai:                                Page. 
Report superintendent in charge .......   154 
Statistics concerning ................. 594,616 
-         Hayward School, Wisconsin, report super- 
intendent ................................  457 
Hazlett, Nora G., patent in fee ..............  486 
Health of Indians ..........................  33 
Heard, Mrs. H. L., field matron report ......  159 
Hendrix, Edgar, may sell half his allotment. 483 
He yu tse mil ken loses his allotment by 
decision of court ......................... 59,318 
Hines, Amanda C., and John W., jr., patents 
in fee to  ............................484 
Hoh: 
Report superintendent in charge .......  351 
Statistics concerning ................. 612,628 
Home for aged Indians: 
Established .............................  224 
Needed ............................... 135,179 
Perris buildings would furnish .........  173 
Homesteads: 
Osages select ..........................  298 
Winnebago, in Wisconsin ..............   123 
Holland, M. F., school supervisor, report ....  431 
Hollister, Seymour W., reimbursed costs....  485 
Reort" superintendent in charge.......       161 
School ................................. 433 
Statistics concerning ................. 596,618 
Hopi (Moqui): 
Report superintendent in charge ...      138 
Statistics concerfting ................ 594,616 
Horse thieves convicted ....................  226 
Hospital: 
Needed .................................  336 
Osage, needs improvements ............   299 
Used for domestic training.. ..........291 
House, J. Franklin, school supervisor, re- 
port ......................................  432 
Houses, number Indians who occupy .... 594-614 
Humptulip: 
Report superintendent in charge. .... 354 
Statistics concerning ................. 612,628 
Hygiene in schools improved ..............   403 
I. 
Incomes of Indian tribes ...................  538 
Indian affairs, laws and treaties, printing_  522 
Indian Territory: 
Additional United States judges .......  521 
Appropriation for schools .............   90 
Bail in criminal cases ..................  472 
Care of insane ........................ 184,513 
Education .............................. 89 
Establishing court at Marietta ......... 470 
Oaths   of disinterestedness   of em- 
ployees ..............             118,477 
Oil and gas pipe lines in................  470 
Placing allottees on allotments.........  477 
Regulating practice medicine and sur- 
gery ................................. 493 
RVTiAting practice pharmacy .........   514 
Report revenue inspector ..............  208 
Sale coal and asphalt lands ............  478 
Taxation for schools ....................  511 
Telegraph and telephone lines .........    86 
White population .......................  183 
(See also Five Civilized Tribes.) 
Industrial training ............. 398,435,443,462 
Industrial work, should occupy half of each 
day .......................................  411 
Immorality: 
Prevails .......................... 226,239,241 
Punishment for, needed .............. 335,337 
Insane Asylum, Canton, S. Dak., report 
superintendent ......................... .343 
Insane in Indian Territory ............... 184,513 
Inspectors, Indian, addresses ...............  695 
Institutes: 
Farmers' ............................. 317,319 
School, advantages of ................. 50,406 
Fort Berthold ..........................  413 
Fort Totten ........................416 
Rosebud ................................  411 
Standing Rock ....................... 279,409 
St. Louis ................................  418 
Intemperance: 
Appalling........................... 241 
At dance suppressed.................. 264 
709 
Intemperance-Continued.                   Page. 
Decreasing .............................  250 
Good Templar work lessens ............   169 
None ................................. 3"24, 327 
On the increase ........................  158 
Road work as punishment for ..........   363 
Intruders, Cherokee Nation, pay for im- 
provements ..............................  478 
Iowa: 
Capitalization of funds .................  475 
Report superintendent in charge ......   213 
Statistics concerning ......... 598,608,618,626 
Irrigation: 
Appropriations and expenditures ......     6 
Colorado River .........................  488 
Crow ................................... 226 
Fort Hall...............-    --.............176 
Fort Mohave ...........................  137 
Klamath ............................... 6, 312 
Mission-..............................17 1,172 
Navaho ......................... 6,142,144,166 
Needed, Fort Shaw School .............   448 
Papago-................................148 
Pima ............................... 7,147,621 
Pyramid Lake-.........................488 
San Carlos ..............................  152 
Shoshoni, Wyo ..........................  124 
Southern Ute .........................   174 
Tongue River ..........................    6 
Walker River Reservation .............   243 
Yakima ................................ 6,366 
Yuma ................................ 158,488 
Zufli ................................6,263,265 
J. 
Jicarilla Apache: 
Purchase land for pump house .........573 
Report superintendent in charge ......   249 
Statistics ............................."604,622 
Jackson, C. B., report Sisseton Agency-.----  338 
Jacobson, Axel, report Wittenberg School, 
Wisconsin ................................  379 
Johnson, H. H., report Jicarilla Agency, 
N. M ex  ...................................  249 
Johnson, Horace J., report Round Valley 
Agency,,Cal ..............................  168 
Jones, Jas. N., may sell lands ...............  483 
Jones, Thomas M., report Cheyenne School.    289 
Joseph, Chief, death .......................122 
Joshua Indians, statistics concerning .... 608, 626 
K. 
Kaibab, statistics concerning ............. 610,628 
Kalispel, statistics concerning ........ 600,610,620 
Kaw (Kansa): 
Lands and funds capitalized...........297 
Pay of allotment commission ..........   477 
Report clerk in charge.................  291 
Statistics concerning ................. 606, 624 
Kawia, statistics concerning .............. 596,618 
Keechi, statistics concerning ............. 606,624 
Keith, Miltona M., field matron, report .....  140 
Kelly, Luther S., report San Carlos Agency, 
Ariz  ......................................  153 
Kenel, Martin, report agricultural school...  280 
Kershaw, Dr. Andrew, report Grande Ronde 
Agency, Oreg .............................  310 
Ke wah ko uk, chief, death .................  212 
Kickapoo: 
Estate of Ktequa .......................  475 
Reports superintendents in charge .....  212, 
213,309 
Statistics concerning ......... 598, 608,618,626 
Kickapoo, Mexican: 
Report superintendent in charge .......  309 
Statistics concerning ................. 608,626 
Kiowa: 
Attempt to open lands to settlement ... 294 
Certain, authorized to sell lands.. 483,486,487 
Proclamation opening lands reserved 
for Fort Sill School ..................  523 
Report of agent ........................  292 
Schools .................................  295 
Services William M. Springer ...........  480 
Statistics ............................. 606,624 
Kirk, James E., report Warm        Springs   31 
Agency, Oreg..........................31 
INDEX. 


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