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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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506                                          INDEX. 
Page. 
Physician at Pine Ridge Agency, Dakota, annual report of ...................................
   211 
Rosebud Agency, Dakota, report of .--------------------------------------------
   47 
needed at Eastern Cherokee Agoncy, North Carolina .............................
     141 
none assigned to La Pointe Agency ------------- ------------------------------
-     181 
at Tonkawa Agency. Texas ........--55--------        ------------------..
      155 
at Western Shoshone Agency, Nevada ---------------------------------------
     128 
Uintahs gaining confidence in agency  ...........................................
  158 
Physicians, assistant, two needed at Pine Ridge Agency -----------------------------------
    40 
two belonging to Nisqually Agency, Washington Territory ------------ --------
   -167 
Piegans, statistics  in  regard  to ------------ .  -----....... ........................
....292, 310 
Pierce, Frank, Uintah Valley A gency, Utah. annual report of clerk in charge
.      .  ...       155 
Pima, Maricopa, and Papago Agency, Arizona, annual report of Agent Jackson
---------------        5 
Pimas of Pima Agency, status, &c, of ---------------------------------------------------------5,
6 
six killed by falling off railroad trains --------------------.---------------------------
6 
statistics in regard to -....-. -----. -. .   .------284,304 
'Pine Ridge Agency, Dakota, sixth annual report of Agent McGillycuddy ----
- -------------- 9 
Pitt River Indians, statistics in regard to ------ --------..........  .....................
284 304 
.Pintes, history o1 in connection with Yakama Agency, Washington Territory
---------------     175 
statistics in regard to------            ----.  -                    ----294.
296, 298, 312 
" Planting  out"  of pupils  of Carlisle  Training  School  ................
. ......................- 186 
Police control of Indians shoul be entirely inhinds - f - edian agents---------------------------8
duty at San Carlos Agency performed entirely by mihtary scouts ----------------------
     9 
Indian, a failure at Southern Ute Agency, for want of proper accommodations,
&c...         19 
among Pawnees reasonably effective ..--.........................        
         88 
at Blackfeet Agency, Montana, rapidly improving ---------_--------------
       107 
Cheyenne anti Arapaho Agency not well disciplined and not well paid ....
        76 
Chey enne River very efficie nt and inadequately paid--------------------------21
Crow, Creek, &c., Agency, doing useful work hut sould hebetter paid ---
     26,29 
Colorado River Agency, excellent moral eect of      ....... ................
   24 
Kio  a, &c., Agency, do(1 but would be     betteretter paid------------
 -80 
Klamath Agency, Oregon, very useful, but very inadequately paid-..........
   143 
Lower lirnle Agency, force entirely too small. ...... ........          
     30 
Mescalero Agency veiy good, but pay is too small---------------------...
      133 
Lwewda Agenc very ethicint and faithful ------------  -------------------
127 
Kes Percd Agency very efficient, t-ce should be iscreased ..... .............
  67 
Pima Agency must e eter paid or discontinued ------------------------------
  6 
Pine Ridge Agency are invaluable and very poorly paid -------_------------
    - 40 
Pine Ridge decline to act as judges also---------------------------------------41
Quiinaiclt Agency efficient, huat very inadequately paid----------------------165
Shoshone Agency, Wyoming, not supplied with pistols, rations, or anything-
     184 
Siletz Agency needs occasional weeding out .......            ........  
       146 
Standing Rock good, but very inadequately paid------------------------------57
Tulalip Agency vero        n efficient  out - -------     ................
     170 
Uintah Valley Agc ny must e paid better to be made effective----------------
157 
Union1 A gency,-indian Territory, very~ efficient, but should be increase1...
  99 
Western Shoshone Agency have excellent moral effect -.---.----------------
    129 
Yakama Agency very faithful and efficient, but very poorly pasd      ------
  99175 
Yankton Agency good------- have exce---------       ----------------------
      61 
hotter pay for them urged   XVII, 6, 21, 26, 29,32,40, 57,76,80, 13 , 141,
157,i16, 175, 184 
discontinued at Lemhi Agency---- ------------------ ----      ------------
   175--66 
duty required, insufficient p   &c------------------------- ------  
---- ----XVI 
increased to 41) at Rosebud Agency, doing effective service---------------------47
needed at Round Valley Agency    6.                                     
        16 
none at Sac and Fox Agency, Indian Territory..............................
      97 
attempted at Hoops Valley   &gency ........ ----- ---------------------
 -10 
or Navajo Agency very efficientcy,-------------------er ------ ------------
- - 134 
Policeman, Indian, killed in drunken row at Uintah Valley Aency in June 
-   .-----------------  157 
Policy of dual government at Indian Agency causes much friction ----------------------8,
9 
towards Crow Indians, Government should adopt setled --------------------------------
   111 
towards Indians of Yakama Ageicy, Congress adopts mistaken--------------------------
173 
Polygamy abandoned by Bannacks of Fort H         Val Agency, Idaho----- in-
--------.-------   64 
abolished at Devils Lake Agency causes much-----                  -------
           33 
among Indians of Crow Creek Agency gradually diniishing----- ---------------------
   24 
encouraged by Mornions among Indians in Utah-----------------------_------
----158 
generally practiced amof F    o H   a   ns .      .... ..........................a
N o i135 
still exists to some extent at Ponca, &c, Agency -------------------------------------
85 
Ponca, Pawnee, and Oto Agency, Indian Territory, annual ieport of Agent Scott
......-----      84 
Poncas are gradually increasing in numbers, geneial status, &c------------------------------86,
87 
yof Santee Agency, history and present condiion of--------------------- ..
............    124 
statistics in regard to ent at.................                         
    20 ----------------------------- 294, 308, 312 
Ponies, raised and sold in large numbers by Pottawatomiesory, annual .. ........-------------
  102 
Popnlation of Indian tribes, table numbers,...... g a sa -------------------------------302,
321), 3 
Porter, Charles, captain U_. S. Army, Hoopa Valley Agency, California, annual
report of--------- 
:Pottawatomie and (Great Nemaha Agency, Kansas, sixth annual report of Agent
Lin-----------107 
Pottawatomies of Sac and Fox Agency, ndian Teiritory history and present
status of -----------   5 
statistics in regard to --------------------------------- ---.  ------ 290,-
2902, 300, 308, 310 
Potter Valley Indians, statistics in regard to ---------------------------------------------
  284, 304 
Pratt, Capt. R.   i., U. S. Carlisle Indian Industrial School, annual report
of --- -------    186 
Property at Colorado River Agency destroyed by flood in June      port of...........------------
condemned, still on hand at Colorado River Agency, Arizona-----------------------
     4 
person, and life, protection of, at Pine Ridge Agency, uder Sioux agreement,...
       41 
Proposals received and contracts awarded for supplies forIndi'an service......-----------------28491
Pueblo Agency,   ew Mexico, second annual report of Agent...............
                      136 
Preblos, statistics in regard toency destry----------     ----------------------------94,
con very  degraded  and  dem oralized   - _'. ---:.:A g ency , - '. - --------------
- - - - - - - 1 3 8 
!upils from Hampton retuned to San Carlos Agency employed as scouts and interpr.eters:.
.        9 
Puyallups, statistics in regard to.                of...  Agent ........
... ---------------------- 298,31 


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