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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)


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502                                        INDEX. 
Page. 
John Day Indians, statistics in regard to.   .        .       .       ..-------------------------------------------------296,
314 
Joshuas, statistics in regard to                -----------------       
              .-    296 
Jurisdiction over Indian reservations, conflict of departmental --------------------------------174
K. 
Kaws, statistics  in  regard  to....................................................................290,
308 
Keechies, statistics in regard to-------------------------------------------------------------290
Keweahs, statistics in regard to........................................------------------------
284 
Kickapoo allottees under treat, of 1862-----................. -----------------------------
 L 
Kickapoos, Mexican, statistics in regard to..............................................290,
292, 308, 310 
King's River Indians, statistics in regard to---.---------------------------------------
.--------284 
Kinney, J. F., Yankton Agency, Dakota, annual report of---------------------------------
 57 
Kiowa, Comanche, and Wichita Agency, Indian Territory, seventh annual report
of Agent Hunt.  79 
Kiowas, statistics in regard to-....                                    
                290, 308 
Klamath Agency, Oregon, sixth annual report of Agent Nickerson-.........................-
142 
River Indians ask nothino of the Government but legal guarantee to their
lands      10 
Indians in California, allotments shouldhbe made to-------.----.----------------------VII
Klamaths, statistics in regard to---------.------------------------------------------------286,
296, 314 
Kootenais, statistics in reg'ard to. .      .     .       .     .      ..-----------------------------------------------------.288,
292, 310 
L. 
Labor by Indians should be insisted upon at Cheyenne and Arapaho Agency,
Indian Territory.  71, 72 
of all kinds performed by Indians of Umatilla Agency, Oregon-------------------------147,148
of all kinds well performed by Grand Ronde Indians-.----------------------------------
141 
of Indian school boys Otoes and Missourias-very encouraging----.---------..........
   89 
of Indians of D'evil's Lake Agency, results of various kinds of---------------------------31
Fort Belknap Agency very creditable---------------------------------114,115
Fort Peck  Agency, results  of ................. ............................-
116 
Mission Agency, California, the same as that of white men--_--------------
12 
Nevada Agency, Nevada, results of various kinds of.----------------------127
Sac and Fox Agency, Iowa, very encouraging results of-------------------101
San Carlos Agency, creditable results of---------------------------------
-7 
pupils of Carlisle Training School in shops and school-room ..-------.----------------187,
188 
various kinds by pupils at Genoa Industrial School, Nebraska-.......................-208
pupils at Chilocco school, Indian Territory--------------------------210
Navajos, results of----------------------------------------134 
Uintah Valley Indians, results of-................................. 156 
engaced in by Indians of Mackinac Agency............................ -103
perfor-med by Indians of Tulalip Agency, results of----------------------169
perfkurmed by LacduFlambeau Indians.---.-------.-------------------  180
willingly per formed by school children at Shoshuone Agency, Wyoming-  185
YVinax Indians, Oregon, in lumbering, &c., praiseworthy-----------------------------143
Laborers, Indian, do good service at Devil's Lake Agency.---------------------------------------
32 
Lac Court Orielles Chippewas, number, status, &c .  .........................-------------
  180 
Lac du Flambeau Chippewas of La Pointe Agency, very little done for their
advancement ---   180 
Lakes, statistics in regard to  .- -.298,316 
Land belonging to Mission Indians, nine-tenths of it practically worthless:----_----------------13
cultivated by Hoopa Indians, increased acreage of-  .................................-
 10 
for farming purposes, more wanted by Indians of Nevada Agency than can be
had ......    127 
much more should be broken for Indians of Fort Belknap Agency-----------------------115
only 600 acres cultivated by Fort Peck Indians, for lack of seeds-------------------------116
sold in Minnesota, money due Winnebagoes of Omaha Agency, for.------------------------119
surrounding Sac and Fox Agency, Indian Territory' not adapted to agriculture
.........-  92 
troubles between Absentee Shawnees and Pottawatomies of Sac and Fox Agency
.......-      96 
20 acres cultivated by Ponca school-boys, good crops-----.-----_-----------..........
 87 
30 acres cultivated by Indian mission school-boys at Cheyenne and Arapaho
Agency----     78 
85 acres owned by individual Sacs and Foxes of Iowa------.------------_----------------
100 
100 acres broken at Siletz Agency, Oregon ._ .   .   ............       
             145 
135 acres under cultivation by Nez Perc6s of Ponca Agency ..............................
90 
166 acres broken for Indians of Meocalero Agency, New Mexico.........................-132
118 acres broken and planted by 23 Ouray Agency Indians--------------------------------155
205 acres under cultivation at Lembi Agency, Idaho--------------------------------------
 66 
235 acres cultivated by Sacs and Foxes of Iowa this yeai---------------------------------100
265 acres under cultivation by Uintah Valley Indians-----------_----------------------
156 
350 acres broken this Nyear at Sisseton Agency.----------.--------------.----------
 -49 
400 acres more needed for farm purposes of Carlisle school---------------------------XX,
188 
500 acres cultivated by Lower Brulss .... ..-                           
                29 
590 acres under cultivation by Indians of Mescalero Agency, New Mexico------------------132
593 acres under cultivation at Fort Hall Agency, 200 acres broken------------------------64
640 acres sold to town of Penulleton, Oreg., by Umatillas----------------------------------148
683 acres broken at Devil's Lake Agency-.-..................-..........................
31 
2,000 acres under ctltivati in at Warm Springs Agency, Oregon---------------------------152
2,000 acres on Klamath Reserve could be used for farming if irrigated--------------_-----144
1, 350 acres under cultivation on Siletz Reserve, Oregon-----------------------------------145
12 000 acres under cultivation on Umatilla Reserve---------------------------------------147
(See Crops and Farming.) 
Lands, collection of rents for leased, should be taken out of hands of Senecas-.................-140
in Nebraska, sale of, and allotments in severalty to Omaha Indians------------------XLVIII
and Kansas, Iowas anxious to sell their....................................
 94 
of Neah Bay Reservation worthless for farming purposes------------------------------163
Sacs and Foxes of Iowa held in trust for them by governor of the State---------------
 100 
1,000 acres of the best, on Round Valley Reseive, confirmed to settlers "by
action of 
Supreme Court-------------------------------------------15 
ownership of disputed, on Mescalero Reservation--------------------------------------:132
tide, of Noah Bay Reserve afford good grazing during summer--------------------------163


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