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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 509

INDEX.                                          509 
Page. 
Schools at Rosebud Agency, Dakota, condition and prospects of.      .   
   ..---------------------------. 45 
Shoshone Agency, Wyoming, making fair progress.          .      ..----------------------------
 185 
Sisseton Agency. number, status, &c .-------------------------...............
      50 
Standing Rock Agency, status of, &e.     .     .      .    .      ..----------------------------------------
 55 
Tonkawa Agency, Texas, none to speak of------------............................
  154 
Tulalip Agency, in charge of Catholics, doing admirably.   .     ..-----------------------
170 
Warm Springs Agency, Oregon. present condition of  .--------------------------
    150 
Union Agency, in cha'rge of religious societies. very successful.-------------------
100 
boarding and day. at Chey enne River Agency (Episcopal), doingtgood work.........-22
4 at Colville Agency, in charge of Catholics. under contract with Gov- 
'ment-      ---------------------------------------------------        160
on Menoionee Reserve. Wisconsin. well attended---------------------178 
only I at Yakama Agerncy, though 2 were promised by treaty 25 years ago.
    172 
day, 8 to be established among Mission Indians of California..........-..............
14 
5, at Pine Ridge Agency in active operation .        ..---------------------------------
39 
6, among Oneidas ot Green Bay Agency, W~isconsin--------------------------
    177 
3, at Pueblo Agency, supported by Government and Presbyter'an Board Home
Missions----------    -----------------------------------------------   
      139 
11, included in Mackinac Agency, Michigan, attendance increasing--------------103
employes in, names and salaries of ..    -------------    .........- --------------.322-337
Indian, address of superintendent of---------------.---.-------.-----------------
  348 
Indian industrial, Government should provide for employment of graduates
from ....     30 
Mexican Kickapoos strenuously opposed to----------------------          
            94 
nmission and Government, at Fort Peck Agency, working well, but overcrowded
-- ----   117 
Santee Agency, condition of .--                             --. - ...........123
(Catholic and Presbyterian) on Bad River Reserve, Wis'onsin, well attended---------179
(Episcopal and Presbyterian) at Yankton Agency doing good work------------------
    -62 
(Presby terian) three have Indian teachers at Fort Peck Agency.--------------------
117 
two (Mennonite) in successful operation at Cheyenne and Arapaho Agency-----------75
on Lac Court d"Oreilles Reserve, Wisconsin (Presbyterian and Catholic)..............
180 
public, at Union Agency similar to those oftthetates      ---------..........
         00 
thirty-one in New York Agency under sup"erintendence othe State-----------------
     139 
three boarding and one day. at Nisqually, &c., Agency, Washington Territory--------.167
three day and two boarding, at Quapaw Agency, status of............................
    1 
two at Kiowa, &c., Agency in successful operation------------------------.-------81
table of statistics relating to--------.                         ..------------------------------------------266-282
Scott, John W., Ponca, l'awnee, and Otoe Agency, Indian Territory, annual
report of .........  84 
Seeds distributed to Umatilla Indians.. - - -  .......---------------------------------------------.
149 
very limited supply issued to Fort Peck Indians..........------------------------.----
 116 
Self-support, Indians of (Colville Agency making vigorous efforts towards-.....................159
-tlf-supporting, Apaches of San Carlos"Agency caneasily be made.--------------------------
  8 
Flathead Indians are in a great degree--------.----------------------------
112 
Indians of Fort Belknap could soon be made, if assisted now by Government..
   115 
Indians of White Eartth Agency almost----------.   .......................
   103 
many of the Red Cliff Indians of La Pointe Agency are---------------- -----
180 
Round Valley Agency almost   .---------------------I.---------------------
    16 
some of the Indians ef Pottawatomie A gency, Kansas, more than .-    -  
-     101 
Southern Utes might be made, if permitted to lease grazing lands--------------19
Seminoles. statistics in regard to.----.--------------------------------------------------290,
300, 308 
Senecas, statistics in regard to.----------------  ..............................
290, 294, 308, 312, 314 
Settlement, white, part of Omaha Reservation thrown open to---------------------------------118
Settlers near Omaha and Winnebago Reservations sober and industrious-.....................-119
white. difficulty in ejecting, from lands of North Carolina Cherokees..................
-140 
Shawnees, statistics in regard to    ------------------------------------------------290,
308 
Sheep and goats owned inlarge numbers by Nava*os--------------------.....-
                  134 
1470, received at Sisseton Agency for issue to Indians-.....--..........................
52 
raising by Southern Utes very successful.   .    .     .     ..----------------------------------------
18 
Sheepeaters, statistics in regai d to---------.--------------------------------------------288,
306 
Sheldon, H. B., Round Valley A gency, California, annual report of.     ..-------------------------
15 
Shoal Water Bay Indians. statistics in regard to--------------------------------------------298,
316 
Shop, blacksmith, at Umati la Agency, Oregon, partially burned..............................149
Shops at Omaha Agency as tribal institutions, closed...-.....-................................
 118 
at Osage Agency no longer run free, doing" good business.   .      ..----------------------------
83 
in connection with mission schools at Santee Agency.  .     .    .     ..-------------------------------
123 
industrial, needed in connection with school at Uintah Valley Agency, Utah-------------17
industrial to be built in connectien with boarding school at Pine Rid'ge-
............ -39 
tin, harness, shoe. &c., needed at Crow Creek, &c., Agency for Indian
apprentices-......  26 
with appliances for learning trades, none at Chilocco school, Indian Territory-........-
21 0 
Shoshone Agency, Wyoming, annual report of Agent Martin--.-.--------------------------182
Shoshones of Wyoming more law-abiding than white communities.         . 
   ..------------------------- 182 
statistics in regard to-----------------------------------      288, 294,
300, 306, 312, 318 
Siletz Agency, Oregon, annual report of Agent Wadsworth...............-....................
   145 
Sinnott, P. B., Grand Ronde Agency, Oregon, annual report of..........-.....................
 141 
Sioux at Cheyenne River Agency, Dakota, number and status of.-............................
  -   20 
Commission, status of work of. -.       .      .       .    .   .     . 
   .-   XXXVIII 
Commissioners hold council with Sisseton Agency Indians in May, 1884-----------------51
at Standing Rock Agency, condition of..       .  .   .   .   .   ..     ..--------------------------------------
'17 
of Pine  Ridge Agency, status of.................-......................................
 37 
pupils returned from Hampton training school, table showing record of................189
Sisseton. and Wahpeton, very nearly civilized.........................-...............
 49 
statistics in regard to . ........................................286, 288,
292, 294, 304, 306, 312 
Sisseton Agency, Dakota, annual report of Agent Thompson ..................................
    49 
Siuslaws, statistics in regard to.-.------------------------------------.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-
296 
Sixes, statistics in regard to-------------------------.............................-........
  296 
S'Klallams, statistics in regard to  - -  -  -   -   -  -   -  -   -   -
 -   -  -   --.......................298, 316 
S'Kokomish Indians, in regard to----------------........................................298,
319 


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