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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 713

INDEX. 
Page. 
Phillins Henry 3., report Lac du Flambeau 
............................... 378 
Phoenix School, Arizona...................   435 
Physicians, reports ......................... 134, 
142,176,224,264,299,325,331,335, 341 
Piegan, statistics concerning ............. 600,620 
Pierre School, South Dakota .............. 432,454 
Authority to sell farm .....-...........  481 
Pima: 
Irrigation ............................    7 
Report superintendent in charge ......   146 
Statistics concerning ................. 594,616 
Pine Ridge Agency, S. Dak.: 
Additions to reserve, Executive orders. 530 
Report agent .........................  328 
Schools .................... 332,333,, 334, 
Pipestone School, Minnesota ...............  445 
Pit River Indians: 
Reports superintendents..... 157.168,311,316 
Statistics concerning ..... 596,608,616,618,626 
'Police Indian: 
Efficient.. 10,13,179, 2K 2S,233, 234, 278,336 
Inefficient ........................133 
_Larer force needed... 226,230,313,330,374 
Lement to their friends ................  320 
Pay too small ......................... 133,322 
Work of Osage ..........................  299 
Ponca: 
Allotments ............................  482 
Reports superintendents in charge... 238,303 
Statistics concerning ......... 602, 608,620,624 
Ponies, sale of ............................ 178,229 
Poole, Dr. Frank H., report as physician ....  16 
Poplar River School, Montana .............   233 
Population: 
Decrease ......... 178,235,266,267,277,290,321 
Increase ...................... 238, 273,297,304 
Statistics ............................ 594-614 
Port Madison Indians: 
Reports concerning ................. 357,360 
Statistics concerning................. 612,628 
Potawatomi: 
Michigan, payment...................      480 
Patent in fee to W. A. Trousdale .......  484 
Reports superintendents in charge... 214,309 
Statistics concerning ..... 598,600,608,620,626 
Prescott, Ephraim D., may have patent in 
fee ........................................  484 
Preserving. (See Fruit.) 
Presidential proclamations............... 523 
Price, T. C., report Blackfeet School -------  224 
Private lands, extension of Indian reserva- 
tions over ................................  481 
Proclamations, Presidential ................  523 
Public schools. (See Schools, public.) 
Pueblo: 
Are citizens subject to taxation ...... 257,261 
Reports of superintendents in charge.. 255, 
260,263 
Statistics concerning ............. 602,604,622 
Puyallup: 
Removal restrictions from sale lands...  517 
Report superintendent in charge .......  353 
Sale of lands .....  ..-.- --------- "1 120 
Statistics concerning ................. 612,628 
Pyramid Lake. (See Nevada and Paiute.) 
Q. 
Quaitso: 
Report superintendent in charge ......   354 
Statistics concerning ................. 612,628 
Quapaw: 
Report superintendent in charge ------   181 
Statistics concerning ................. 598,618 
Queets. (See Quaitso.) 
Quileute: 
Report superintendent in charge ......   351 
Statistics concerning ................. 612,628 
Quimby, Lida W., field matron, report.....   355 
Quinaielt: 
Report superintendent in charge -        354 
Statistics concerning ............. 612,628 
R. 
Railroads: 
Across Indian lands ....................  83 
Arkansas Valley and Western ..........   499 
Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific-     -... 499 
Eastern Oklahoma...................      471 
713 
Page. 
Railroads-Continued. 
Kiowa, Chickasha and Fort Smith.           471 
Missouri, Kansas and Texas ............    488 
Missouri, Kansas and Oklahoma ------.      488 
Omaha Northern .......................    498 
Osage Reservation ......................   298 
Ozark and Cherokee Central-----------   499 
Rights of way acquired before compen- 
sating Indians.......................     86 
St. Louis and San Francisco..........a..  499 
SouthernPacific, deed releasing Mission 
Indianlands ..........................   531 
Rakestraw, Chas. D., report Fort Bidwell 
School ...................................   158 
Jasey, Mar7 C., field matron, report...-.    385 
Randall, Darius B., pay forimprovements..      479 
Randlett, James F., report Kiowa Agency, 
Okla ......................................  292 
Rapid City School......................432 
Purchase land and water........... 481,574 
Rations: 
Only to old and helpless................. 163, 
176.178,225,243,250,277,327,348 
Reduction in number receiving ........     223 
Reduction is civilizing...............    322 
School, sufficient if wisely used ......... 402 
Reading circles ............................ 59,333 
Reading matter donated ...................     438 
Read, number Indians who .............. 594-614 
Rea, I. G., payment for services appointing 
guardians for Indians ....................   477 
Red Cliff Chippewa, report of agent........   371 
Red Lake Chippewa: 
Agreement .............................    466 
Sale of part of reserve ..................  217 
School ..................................  221 
(See also Chippewa.) 
Red Moon School ......................... 290,431 
Redwood: 
Report superintendent in charge .......    168 
Statistics concerning...............-596,618 
Reel, Estelle, superintendent Indian schools, 
report ......................................  387 
Religious societies: 
Addresses of secretaries ................  696 
Amounts contributed for Indian mis- 
sions ................................ 595-615 
(See also Missions.) 
Reservations--areas, names, and authority 
for establishing ...........................  544 
Returned students: 
Do not know how to milk..............      147 
Good record ....................... 27,400,414 
Have no respect for common labor-.....     132 
Marry camp Indians-................ .   132 
Need assistance to obtain employment..     401 
New York, have forsaken reservation 
life  ................................... 702 
Poor record .............................  239 
Record of Hampton ................. 390,461 
Should have Governmen.t positions tem- 
porarily ..............................  374 
Society for ..........................     384 
Revenue inspector, Indian Territory, re- 
port...............................-208 
Reynolds, Charles A., report Muckleshoot 
Indians ...................................  361 
Reynolds, S. G.,report Crow Agency, Mont.. 225 
Rice Station School, Arizona-----------388,397 
Riggs Institute, South Dakota..............326 
Ripley, H. C. report on Osage traders-.......  301 
Riverside School, Colorado...............433,436 
Riverside School, Oklahoma...............      295 
Roach, Charles, et al., patents in fee ........  487 
Roads: 
Cherokee ...............................   203 
Creek and Cherokee nations............203 
Indian supervisor......................318 
Neglected ............................ 212,240 
Worked as punishment ............... 360,362 
Work on, by Indians .................... 230, 
233,264,272,284,343,352,617-631 
Robertson, Frank A. A., Emond Cheney, 
Ella F., Thomas A. and Ida, patents in 
fee ........................................  486 
Rogue River Indians, statistics concern- 
ing ..................................... 608,626 
Rosebud Agency Sioux: 
Agreement ratified.................. 3,4 89 
Proclamation opening ceded lands.            52.. 


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