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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for the year 1905, Part I
([1905])

Index,   pp. 793-807 PDF (6.5 MB)


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INDEX. 
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Brown, Lillian S., patent in fee.............463 
Brown, Phoebe S., patent in fee----------- 463 
Brown, Saml. J., patent in fee  ..------------ 463 
Buchanan, Chas. M., report Tulalip Agency, 
Wash.       .      ..---------------------------361,366 
Buildings: 
Appropriation for school------------- 468 
Burned----------177,311,326,372,379,415, 420 
Buntin, J. A., report Riverside School, 
Oklahoma..        .   .   .    ..-------------------------- 304 
Burton, Chas. E., report Grand Junction 
L School, Colorado.   .    .    ..---------------------417 
C. 
Cabney, Antoine, patent in fee-------------.464 
Caddo: 
Population.    .     .    ..------------------------517 
Report of superintendent in charge ....  299 
Caldwell, A. F., report Fort Hall School, 
Idaho..      .    .   .   .    ..------------------------------ 196 
California Indians, homeless ................  105 
California end Oregon Land Co., lands 
claimed on Klamath Reservation ........   458 
Campbell, F. C., report Fort Shaw School, 
Montana..................................424 
Campbell, S. W., report La Point6 Agency, 
Wis..     .   .   .   .   .   ..-------------------------------374 
Campbell, Wm. S., report Pipestone School, 
M innesota  ................................- 422 
Camp McDowell, Arizona: 
Report farmer in charge ................  173 
Settlement of indians at ...............  98 
Campo Indians, relief..   ..     ..----------------104,190 
Cantonment School, Oklahoma------------291 
Capitan Grande Reservation restored ---.472 
Carlisle School, Pennsylvania------------391,430 
Carroll, Jas. A., report Mescalero Agency..  267 
Carson School, Nevada, report superinten- 
dent in charge..     .   .    ..-----------------------254 
Catawba, population .......................  518 
Cattaraugus Reservation, N. Y............   497 
Cattle: 
Raising, a successful year ..............  331 
Trail across Cheyenne River Reserve...  329 
Cayuga, population..     .    .   ..-------------------- 517 
Cayuse: 
Population .............................  518 
Report superintendent in charge .......  327 
Chalcraft, Edwin    L., report  Chemawa 
School, Oregon-.......................... 429 
Chamberlain, II. D., report Crow Creek 
Agency, S. Dak-..........................- 331 
Chamberlain School, South Dakota, report 
superintendent------.------------------- 432 
Chapin, Sarah H., field matron, report-....-253 
Chapman, 0. M., physician, report-.........349 
Chehalis: 
Population .............................  518 
Report superintendent in charge .......  360 
Chelan, report superintendent in charge ---- 355 
Chemawa School, Oregon--------------390, 429 
Chemehuevi, population-------------------3516 
Cherokee: 
Academies ..............................  748 
Agreement..        .   .    ..------------------------708 
Allotment contests .....................  629 
Appraisements .........................  720 
Appropriation for schools ..............  756 
Day schools..       .  .    ..-----------------------749 
Education.    .    .   ..------------------------ 113 
Enrollm ent ----------- - --...............597 
High  schools ............................  756 
Land office.   .    .   .    ..------------------------613 
Leases  ----------------------------. 119,122, 211 
Appropriation for clerical work ....  459 
Leasing by allottees ....................  735 
Location of schools.  .    ..------------------755 
M ining.................................715 
Patents in fee to W. G. Whittaker, Jen- 
nie 0. Merton, and Fred. A. Kerr.- 461,464 
Recording of..      .   ..--------------------632 
Payments.     .    .   .    ..-------------------------210 
Population  .............................  516 
Primary   schools and   teachers em- 
ployed..      .    .  .    ..-------------------------- 758 
Rights of intermarried .................  734 
Sale of allotted lands ...................  734 
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Cherokee-Continued. 
Schools-................................727 
Suit of Delawares against ..............  127 
Summer school .........................  757 
Supervisor of schools, report-...........754 
Town-lot deeds-........................725 
Town sites-.............................718 
(See also Five Civilized Tribes and In- 
dian Territory.) 
Cherokee, Eastern: 
Population .............................  517 
Report superintendent in charge .......  277 
Cheyenne and Arapaho: 
Patents in fee to Maggie and Henry 
Meagher-    -    -   -    --.........................463 
Report superintendent in charge-.------  293 
Cheyenne: 
Population .............................  517 
Report superintendent in charge ..... 291, 
293, 296 
Schools ....................... 294,296,297,298 
School gardens--      -    --.....................394 
Cheyenne, Northern: 
Population ............................  527 
Report superintendent in charge .......  245 
Cheyenne River Agency, S. Dak.: 
Allotments-...........................65 
Report agent-.......................... 328 
Schools..     .  .   .   .  ..------------------------ 329,330 
Chickasaw. 
Appraisements .........................  720 
Allotment contests .....................  630 
Claim of Eli Ayres ......................  451 
Day schools-...........................749 
Education  ..............................  114 
Enrollment .............................  592 
Children..      .  .    ..-----------------------593 
Citizens, legality of-................585 
Freedmen-.........................595 
Forfeiture cf citizenship ..--------------.586 
Indebtedness, appropriation to pay-....  467 
Intermarriage..     .   .  ..--------------------- 592 
Land office.   .   .    .   ..------------------------612 
Leasing by allottees-...................735 
Payments-..........................208, 210 
Population..      .    .   ..------------------------516 
Royalties collected -------      - 211,215 
Sale and lease of coal and asphalt 
lands..     .   .  .   .  ..------------------------ 125,211 
Allotted  lands .......................  734 
Schools..      .  .    .  ..---------------------------726 
Stolen stock, payment for ..............  471 
Supervisor of schools, report-...........769 
Town-lot deeds-........................725 
Town sites..     .   .   .   ..------------------------ 719 
(See also Five Civilized Tribes and In- 
dian Territory ) 
Chilocco School, Oklahoma: 
Gardening ..............................  394 
Report superintendent .................  426 
Chinook, to ascertain heirs .................  467 
Chippewa: 
Ceded lands, homesteads on............  453 
Logging-...............................76 
Michigan, ownership of trust funds .....  470 
Patent in fee to William Lyons-.........462 
Payment to Red Lake..       ..---------------229 
Pine, refund to purchasers-.............465 
Population--------.--------------516, 517,518 
Reports dfficials in charge ..... 227,232,280,374 
Sale  lands ..............................  63,64 
Sale tract to diocese of Duluth-.......... 464 
Schools-.................-228,231,232,233, 234 
Turtle Mountain, agreement...........144 
(See also Mille Lac Chippewa.) 
Choctaw: 
Academies ..............................  748 
Allotment contests .....................  630 
Appraisem ents  .................--....... 720 
Armstrong Female Orphan Academy ..-764 
Boarding schools .......................  748 
Coal and asphalt lands..............125,211 
Day schools..     .  .   .   ..-------------------- 749,765 
Enrollment-............................ 590 
Children-...........................593 
Citizens, legality  of-................. 585 
Freedmen--------     ..-----------------595 
Forfeiture of citizenship .................  586 


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