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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1884
([1884])

Index,   pp. 493-512 PDF (8.7 MB)


Page 498

498                                           INDEX. 
Educational work at Hoopa Valle y A gency, practical results far frcni encouragingn...............1O
work Pine Ridge Agency, results of              ............    .39o 
work the great object at Siletz Agency at present----------------.-------------
     -14& 
Eells, Edwin, Nisqually and S'Kokoni, h Agency, W as hington Teiritory annu'tl
report of.. _       166, 
Employ6 force at Colville Agency, Washington Territory, inadequate--------------------------158
Neah Bay, inadequately paid    ......      .       ................     
        164 
Employ(s. additional, greatly needed during planting season at Crow Agency,
Montana .......-       110 
at Crow Creek, &c., Agency faithful and( efficient...............-...
...........       29, 
Forest Goive training school, Oregoii. report, of various..--...-....- ........203-20T
Hoopa Valley Agency faithful and elicient, though inadequately paid..........
   -11, 
Pine  Ridge  filithtul and  ef 'icient............ ......      ..........--------42
Pouca, &c., Agency faithful and efficient.-------------------------------------88"
Qiiinaielt Agency faithful and efficient------------------------------------------
161 
Shoshone Agency, Vyotnin , god but underpaid................................
     184- 
Siletz Agency generally faithful and efficient     .....  .- - -  ...............
   146- 
Indian, at (liua industrial school from Carlisle schood, Pennsylvania------------207
Nez Perce Agency doing very good service----------------------          
 68 
Sac and Fox Agency (lomg    emarkably well---------------------------98.
only 5 allowed at Tulalip Agency---------------------------.-170 
school at Omaha Agency, Nebraska, roster of---------------------------------------120
Standing Rock Agency, roster of........-.................................
    55 
Yankton A-ency, roster of-------------------------................      
    -63 
2, assigned to Fond du Lac Reservation, La Pointe Agency........................
     -181 
white, oi ly 3 at "Westt-rn Shoshone Agenc\, Nevada...............................-128
English language, Oneidas of Graven Bay slow in learning-................................-178
well spoken by Santee school children-.-----------------------------------
    123 
Euchres, statistics in regard to  .. .--------                          
                       296 
Executive order of Jannaiy 17, 1883, enlarging Fort Supply'Military Ileservation,
Indian-Ter- 
ritorv------------------------------- - -----.--------------------      
255 
July 17, 1883, establishing Fort Reno Military Reserve, Indian Territoy 
      254 
November 15, 1883. enlarging and defining present Gila River Reserve, Ari-
zona  ...... ..........       ..--.....----..........-- - - - -  -  -   252
January 9,1884, canceling oder of July 6, 1883. and defining Yuma Reserve,
Arizona.                                                                
    325 
January 9, 1884, transferring 1Fort Yuma Military Reserve.,Arizona, to In-
terior  Department --------.....                    .....        .253 
March 20, 188i, restoring to public domtain certain executive additions to
Great SiouK Reservation, Dakota---------------------------------------25a
March 29, 18s4, restoring portion of Turtle Mountain Reserve, Dakota, to
public donain-......------------------                      ------      
   253 
May 14, 1881, restoring Jicarilla Reserve, New Mexico' to public domain 
      255 
May 17, 1884, amending executive order of January 6, 1880, relative to Na-
vajo Reserve, New Mexico .2.55.   .........           ........   .   .  
    5& 
May 17, 1884, setting (apart and defining Navajo Reserve in Arizona and 
Utah.............................----------------------------------     
 -252 
June 31, 1884, aniending executive order of March 29, 1884, relative to Tur-
tle Mountain Reserve, I)akota-    ....-...   ...................-------.-253
"   July 12, 1884, setting apart reservation for Chilocco Indian school,
Indian 
Territory      .----- - -     -   -........................ ............-
  255 
Octobei :, 1884, establishing Albuquerque School Reserve, New Mexico..  
    254 
F. 
Farm, agency, at Hoopa Valley moderately successfl-----------------------------------------18
of 157 acres purchased for Carlisle school, Pennsylvania------------------------------
  181 
Farms for Southern Utes, 4, opened during year -.       .....................................
    18 
Farmer, additional, much needed at Colville Agency, Washington Territory....-..............
    -161 
Farmers, additional, 3 appointed for Pine Ridge Agency-----.---------------------------------
    38 
3 to be appointed fiu :Rosebud Agency, Dakota............-------------  
   -43 
.and herders, Indians of Nevada Agency are good         .   ......................
     127 
Crnur d'Al6nes of Colville ag-ency are admirable and successful.---------------------
159 
Grande Ronde Indians, Oregon, are very goi         --.....-..... .............-----------
-141 
many Indians of Iulalip Agency are excellent and thrift-.-..........................167
Onahas  are  excellent.......... . . . .. . . . ... ..  . . .. . .1181 
practical, needed at Blavkf,-et Aoency to teach the Indians-...   .................-108
25 needed to instruct Indians of theyenne and Arapaho Agency, Indian Ter
........       71? 
Western Shoshones are very good--------.-----------------------------------------
     128 
Winnebagoes are many of them good-................................................
   11 
Farming and stock-raising by Poncas.......--------------------------------------------------
     86 
Indians of Quapaw Agency steadily improving in-------------------      91
at Colorado River Agency almost iunpossible for want of proper irrigation----------
    -2 
at Siletz Agency. results of   .      .-   --------------------------.....................
 141 
attempted by Shosihones of Wyoming in a small way-.......-........................
     182 
Blackfeet Indians willing to learn, but need much instruction in ...................
107 
by Absentee Shawnees of Sac and Fox Agency, Indian Territory, very successful..
          95 
ly Crows of Montana quite successful-..........   .---------------------------------109
by Devil's Lake iudians, results of-..................................................30
by Indians of Cheyenne and Arapaho Agency, desultory character of...........
         -73. 
Crow Creek Agency, Dakota----------------------------------------25, 28 
Fort Hall Agency, commendable progress in..........................     
  64 
Kiowa, Comanche, and Wichita Agency...............................      -79
Leinhi Agency very successful---------------------65 
Mescalero Agency fairly successful      - .. ................................
132 
Nez Poed Agency, good crops, &c--------.........................-.. 
   -67 
Osage Agency, Indian Teuritory, chiefly done by the su omen     -8k 
Ouray Agency attempted-------------------------......................   
 155$ 


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