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Standing Rock 278

Surreptitious 243

Unallotted lands (V^-a^,^ 78

Will improve oonditl6kJffltu^dJ=iy.:



742



INDEX.



Page.
Leech Lake Agency, Minn.:

Leases 76

Logging 72

Report of Maj. G. L. Scott 221 j

Lee, Earnest A., appraisement of property. 494
Lee, Ft., report of Sacred Heart School, !

Okla 278

Legislation, Indian, first session Fifty-
seventh Congress 480

Lemhi Agency, Idaho, report of E. M.

Yearian 184

Lemmon, Theodore O., report Grand Junc-
tion, Colo., school 452

Liabilities, United States, to Indian tribes . 662
Lipps, Oscar H., report of White Earth

scnool, Minn 227

Liquor:

Can not be kept off reserve 367

Deaths caused by 323.866

Easy to obtain 168, 183, 187, 218, 318, 376

Sale to Indians-
Broken up 178. 362

Convictions difficult to secure 281 ,

804,320,369,361.371

Convictions secured 166,

169,240.245,267,860.364

Indictments do not diminish 261 ,

Fund needed to obtain evidence 52

Number whisky sellera prosecuted 631,649
Washington courts refuse to convict i

on Indian testimony 861

See alBo Drunkenness.
Liston, Harry F., report Round Valley In-
dians 177

Little Lake Indians: ,

Condition 178

Statistics 632,662

Locke, Hosea, report Fort Hall school 183

Logan, W. R., report of Fort Belknap

Agency, Mont 232

Logging:

Grand Portage 568

On Indian reservations 70

La Pointe Agency 70, 379

Menominee 71,870

Lone Wolf case 290

Long, L. W. B., report of Kansa (Kaw)

school 297

Lower Brul4 Sioux:

Claims for loss of property by removal . . 496

Report of Agent R. H. Somers 385

Lumben

Marketed by Indians 651,666

Sawed at agencies 651,666

Lummi:

Condition 358,362

Statistics 646,664

Lynch, Jay, report of Yakima Agency, Wash 369

M.

McArthur, Duncan D., report of Siletz In-
dians and school 818

McChesney. Charles E., report of Rosebud

Agency, 8. Dak 345

McCowan, S. M., report Chilocco School,

Oklahoma 464

McFatridge. Arthur E., report of Rosebud

dav schools 845

Mc Kinney, ElYzabeth, patent to land .' .' ..." 492
McKoin, Jno. J., report Fort Mohave, Ariz.,

school 446

Mackey, John F., report Lemhi school 185

Makah:

Report of Supt. Samuel G. Morse 866

Statistics M6,664

Malin, William G., report of Sac and Fox

Agency, Iowa 216

Manchester, Daniel W., school supervisor,

synopsisof report 441

Mandan:

Condition 267

Statistics 640,658

Mandolin clubs 178, 466

Mangeon Umatilla Reserve 822

Manual training 476

See also Industrial Training.
Maricopa:

Condition 158

Statistics 630,650



Piacre.

Marriage:

By declaration before agent 249

Law observed 149,284,281,297,

325, 349, 861, 862, 8^ 864, 3^

Licensed by agents 147,160,181

Number formal 631,649

Recorded 267

Rules enforced 838

Marshal's fees fixed 600

Mattinglv.A., report miarion school. Crow

Creek Agency S34

Marys River Indians, statistics 642, 660

Massacre, to mark site Fort Phil Kearny. . . 487
Mathewson, Cliarles P., report of Omaha

and Winnebago Agency, Nebr 241

Matson, W. H., report of Blackfeet school,

Mont 228

Meagley.W.E., report of Poplar Riverschool,

Mont 2M

Medical supplies, antiquated S51

Medicinemen 183.845,353

-Menominee:

Condition 369

Logging 71.370

Statistics 648,664

Mescalero Apache, report of Superintend-
ent James A . Carroll 258

Meskimmon8,J.R., report of Pima school.. 160

"Messiah" excitement 236

Miami:

Condition 188

Payment expenses delegates 493

Sale of lands 68,498

Statistics 632,648,662

Michelet, Simon, report of White Earth

Agency, Minn 225

Mikonotuni, statistics 642,660

Mille Lac Indians, removal of, to White

Earth 224,497

Miller, Horton H.. report of Fort Bidwell,

Cal., school 449

Mineral:

Claims on Colville Reserve 851

Coal and asphalt in Choctaw and Chick-
asaw reservations 626

Lands, Spokane Reserve open for entry. 496

Leases, Uinta Reserve 493

Missionaries:

Number of 631,649

Reports 179,279,847,334,335

See also Religious.
Mission Indians:

Evicted from Warner's ranch 119, 177

Leases 84

New landsforthoseou Warner's ranch . 119, 177

Report Agent L. A. Wright 174

Restoration lands claimed by ArtJiur

F. Head and others 542

Statistics 632,650

Misrions among Indians:
Baptist-

Moqul 153

Navaho 156

Catholic-
Cheyenne Rlyer 828

Crow Creek 832

Devils Lake 264

Fort Belknap 231

FortBerthold 267

Fort Peck 254

LaPointe 376

Lower Bruld 836

Lummi 862

Menominee 871

Pima 160

Port Madison 864

Potawatomi 278

Potawatomi and Great Nemaha... 219

Rosebud 344,347

SanXavier 168,169

Shoshoui 886

Siletx m

StandingRock 278

Tuhilip 861

Turtle Mountain M8

White Earth 2»

Yuma 166

Christian Reformed Church of America,

Navaho ? iCjriTA?oi vy* v!.v<!^o-v« vt* *^



htdex.



743



Page.
Miarions among IndiAn»-Contliiiied.
Congregational—

Cheyenne Riyer 828

FortBerthold 267

Rosebud 844

StandingRock 278

Epiflcopal—

Cheyenne River 828

Crow Creek 882.834

DevilsLake 264

Fort Hall 182

Hupa 174

Lemhi 186

Lower Brul6 386

Oneida 878

Rosebud 844,847

Shoshonl 885

StandineRock 273

Turtle Mountain 266

Yankton 851

Friends, Kickapoo 278,279

Qoroel Missionary Unions Navaho 165

Lutheran—

Fort Apache L'W

Stockbrldge 871

Mennonite, Moqui 155

Methodists

Navaho 157

Oneida 878

Patawatomi and Great Nemaha 219

Siletz 821

None 249

Presbyterian-
Crow Creek 832

Devils Lake 264

Fort Hall 182

FortPeck 238

Hupa 174

Kavaho 156

Omaha 241

Pima 160

Potawatomi and Great Nemaha 219

Yankton 851

Shaker. Neah Bay 857,858

United Presbyterian, Warm Springs 825

See aiso Schools, Mission.
Mission Tule River Agency, Cal., report of

L.A. Wright 174

Missouri, statistics 642,660

Mitacher, Oscar A., report of Osage Agency,

Okla 295

Modoc:

Condition 188

History 809

StaUstlcs 682,612,662,660

Mohave:

Condition 145

Statistics 630,650

Mohonk Conference, maligned 289

Molala, identified with Klamath 310

Monteath, Jas. H., report of Blackfoot

Agency, Mont 228

Moore, Jesse C, report of Colorado River

Agency, Ariz 147

Moqui:

Condition 151

Statistics 630,660

Morse, Saml. G., report of Neah Bay Agency 356
Moses, Amasa W., report of Tongue River

day school 237

Mossman, Eugene D., report of Cheyenne

River school 329

Muckleshoot:

Condition 358,864

Statistics 646,664

Munsee:

Plan of settlement with Stockbridges 141, 870

Statistics 634,648,664

Murders 181.263,313,323

Murray, Mrs. Sarah £., report as field ma-
tron 299

Muskogee. (Sec Creek) 506

.Myers, G.W., report Wind River school .... 386
Myton.iH. P., report of Uintah and Ouray
Agency, Utah 368

N.

Nardin, E. C. report Mount Pleasant,
Mich., school 458



Page.

Native InduBtriea 848,401

(See alto Basketry and Weaving.)

Navaho:

Addition to reserve 117

Irrigation 68

Purchase improvements of settlers 494

Report of Agent G.W.Hayzlett 155

Report of Superintendent Milton J.

Needham 164

Rights of settlers on reserve 529

Statistics 680,650

Needham, Milton J., report of Western Nav-
aho school and Indians 164

Nellls, George W.. report of Oglala school . . 842

Nespelim:

Condition 865

Statistics 646,664

Newspaper, use in Indian education 420

New York Indians:

Report of Agent B.B. Weber 258

Wi^onsin Oneida interested in claim . . 878

Nez Perc6:

Condition 186,866

Ldmcw 76

statistics' !! I !!*!.".*"! I ." I !" I !." "632,'662; 646, 664

Nickerson.H.G., report of Shoshonl Agency,
Wyo ...rr. 884

NIsqualli:

Condition 865

Statistics 646,664

Noble, H. M., report Grand River school,
N.Dak 276

Nomelaki Indians:

Condition 178

StadsUcs 632,662

Nooksak, statistics 646

Normal schools 129

Northern Cheyenne Reserve, payment set-
tlers on 189



O.



Odell, Malcolm W., report of Sac and Fox
school 216

O'Kinagan:

Condition 855

Statistics 646,664

Old People's Home. {See Homes for old
people.)

Old Town Indians, statistics 648

Omaha and Winnebago Agency, Nebr.:

Repair bridges 494

Report of Charles P. Mathewson 238

Omaha:

Condition 238

Leases 76,81

Statistics 686,654

Oneida:

Condition 269,878

Leases '. 77

Purchase land for school 495

Report of Superintendent Joseph C.

Hart 878

Statistics 638,648,658,664

Onondaga:

Condition 269

Statistics 638,658

Oral work in schools, advantages 438

Ornamentation of school grounds 257

Osage:

Report of Oscar A. Mitecher '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 292

Statistics 642,660

Trade among, imrestricted 64

Oto and Missouri:

Condition 299

Leases 77,81

Payment for Nebraska lands 494

Statistics 642,660

Ottawa:

Condition 188

Statistics 632,684,662

Outing system 896,425

Fort Mohave 447

SacandFox 217

Santa F6 .^^ ^7

^^ Condition Pigitize.d. t)yA .7.0.0*^^

Statistics 646,664



744



rNDEX.



p. Page.

Palate;

Condition 224,246,309,324,449

Statistics 630.

632, 636, 642, 644, 660, 662, 666, 660. 662

Papago:

Condition 158,167

StatiHtics 630,650

Park, Crater Lake National 316

Patent* issued Indians 68

Statute of limitations shall apply to ac-
tion for recovery of lands 499

Pawnee:

Leases 77

Report of Superintendent George I.

Harvey 297

Statistics 642,660

Payment:

Hacand Fox 215

Seneca 269

Silclz general fund 319

Peairs, H. B., reportHaskell Institute, Kans. 454

Pcdrick, Laura D., report as field matron.. * 291

Pend d'OreilJe, 8tatisti«8 636.654

Pensions to survivors of Indian wars 601

Peoria:

Condition 188

Sale of lands 68,493

Statistics 632,652

Perkins, J. 8., report of Truxton Canyon
school 163

Perry, Reuben, report of Lac du Flambeau
school 382

Physicians:

X'ontract 821

Reports 271,282,328,331,338.346,350

Should be made superintendents of
schools 352

Piegan, statistics 636,654

Pierce, Charles F., report as to Flandreau
Sioux 266

Pima:

Condition 158,388

Entries by whites on lands 118

Statistics 630,650

Pine Ridge Sioux:

Leases 82

Report of J. R. Brennan 836

Pit River Indians:

Statistics 632,642,662,660

Condition 178,309,311,460

Police, Indian:

Chosen from another tribe 185

Efficient 193,228,232.

236, 244, 273, 294, 818, 323, 329, 381 , 388, 363, 386

Equipped with revolvers 174

In Alaska 780

Intemperate 876

Moreneeded 367

No one wants the position 866

Pay too small 193,346,861

Pol ygamy p rac ticed •. 162

Ponca:

Condition 299

Statistics' .' .' .' .'.*.* ." .' .* .* .' ' .' '. '. ' * * .* * .' *fi36,'(U2,'666, 660
Ponca, Oto, and Oakland Agency, Okla..

report of J.Jensen 299

Ponies sold to British army 183

Population:

Decrease 146,

216, 288, 268, 270, 280. 293. 299, 309, 816

Increase 217,236,238,293,299,331,357

Statistics 630,648

See aUo Births and Deaths.

Port Gamble Indians, condition 366

Port Madison Indians, condition 358, 363

Post-graduate work 477

Potawatomi and Great Nemaha Agency,

Kans., report of W. R. Homnell 217

Potawatomi:

Condition 217,276

Leases 77

Saleof land 67

Statistics 634, 640, 612. 654, 668, 660

Potter. T. W., reportChemawa,Oreg. , school . 466

Poultry raising 436

Power lines through Indian lands:

American Falls Power, Light, and

Water 117

Washington Water Power 117



Pratt, Col. R. H., report Carlisle, Pa., school. 467

Proclamations, Presidential 542

Ptomain poisoning 878

Pueblo:

Report of Superintendent C. J. Crandall. 256
Report of Superintendent Ralph P. Col-
San Ildefonso Irrigation ditch! '..'..'.'.V.\ 63

Statistics 638.666

Puyallnp:

Commission, saleof lots 67

Condition 965.S94

Leases 77

Statistics 646.664

Pyramid Lake Reserve. Wadsworth town
site 189

Q.

Quaitso:

Condition 965

Statistics 646.664

Quapaw:

Report of Superintendent Horace B.

Durant 188

Statistics 682. <K2

Qneets, see Quaitso.

Quileute:

Condition : 356

Statistics 646.664

Qnimby. Lida W.. report as field matron . . . 857

Quinaielt:

Condition 865

Statistics 646,664

R.

Railroads across Indian lands:

Arkansas and Choctaw 85.209

Ardmore Coal and Power 87

Arkansas and Oklahoma 86

Arkansas Valley and Western 87

Arkansas Western 87,209

Atchison. Topeka and Santa Fe 87

Blacknell, Enid and Southwestern 87

Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific 88, 209

Choctaw Northern 88

Choctaw, Oklahoma and Oulf 88

Choctaw, Oklahoma and Western 209

Clearwater Short Line 89

Clearwater Vallev 489

Colorado and Oulf 80

Columbia River and Northern 80

Denison and Northern 90

Denison and Washita Valley 90

Eastern Oklahoma 90

Eastern Railway Company of Minn 91

Enid and Anadarko 91,209,480

Port Smith and Western 92.200

Fremont, El khom and Missouri Valley. 9S
Oainesville, Mc Alester and St. Louis. . . 9S

General legislation 85.488

Gila Valley and Globe Northern 94

Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe 93.209

Gulf, Oklahoma and Kansas Short Line. 96

Indian Territory Traction 94

Jamestown and Northern 94

Kansas and Arkansas Valley 96

Kansas City, Ft Scott and Memphis ..96,209

Kansas City, Mexico and Orient 96

Kansas City Southern 95

Kansas, Eastern Oklahoma and Texas. 96
Kansas, Oklahoma Central and South-

Kansas, Oklahoma' City and Western . . 94

Kiowa, Chlckasha and Fort Smith 96, 209

Lehigh Traction 96

Missouri, Kansas and Oklahoma 99

Missouri, Kansas and Texas 96,209

Muskogee and Western %

Nevada-Califomia-Oregon 100

Northern Pacific 101

Oklahoma City and Southwestern 102

Oklahoma City and Western 101

Oklahoma ana Indian Territory Elec-
tric KB

OmahaNorthem 102,4«

Ozark and Cherokee Central 102,i09

Poteau Vallev 104

Repeal act of March 2. 1899, as applied
to Indian T^^^^rj^ndpkla^^^.. 486



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INDEX.



745



Railroads hctosb Indian lands->Cont'd. Page.

Bepublic and Kettle River 108

StliOuis and San Francisco 105,209

Bt Louis, Oklahoma and Sonthem 107

Ban Dief(0 Eastern lOS

SantaFe, Pacific 103

Seattle-Tacoma Intemrban 108

Shawnee, Oklahoma and Indian Terri-
tory 104

Shawnee, Oklahoma and Missouri Coal

andRailway 104

Southern Kansas 108

Shawnee Red Fork Coal and Railway. . 103

WashlD^rton and Great Northern 108

Western Oklahoma 108

Ramsey, Mary C, report as field matron ... 387

Randlett, Lieut. Col. James F., report of
Kiowa Agency, Okla 291

Rations:

Cutting off 1,149,182,227,234,252

Goodeffects 185,280,828,

880, 835, 887, 844, 847, 360, 868, 428, 430, 443

Hardship 269

Oppodtiontp 887

Postponement 162,272

Women support the order 444

iBBued only in return for labor 8

Issued monthly instead of weekly 358

MiflBion schools should have 288

Must be resumed during winter 844

Per cent of subsistence irom 680,648

See aUo Labor.

Ratliff, Russell, report Omaha School, Nebr. 241

Reading matter:

Donations of 460

Haskell Institute 457

Reading rooms 173

Reading, teaching 438

Read, number Indians who 680,648

Red Cliff Chippewa. (See La Pointe.)

Redwood:

Condition 178

Statistics 682,662

Register of Indians by families 146, 249

Religious:

Bzercises in schools 257

Lands set aside for missionary uses 70, 568

Societies, addresses of secretaries 781

Contributions by, for Indian work . 631 , 649

Indian lands occupied by 568

Statistics 631,649

Sunday schools in schools 437

Trainingin schools 448,457,478

Reservations, Indian:

Areas and authority for establishing ... 594
Indian should be urged to leave 436

Returned students:

Do not champion education 150

Good record 178,276,896,456,478

How to make them examples 431

Idleand worthless 800

Intoxicated 299

Oppose cutting off rations 380

Poor health 276

Set good example 251

Sociables 269

Societies for 421

Work should be procured for 896

Reynolds, Charles A., report of Muckleshoot 866

Reynolds, James W., report of Uintaschool. 363

Reynolds, S.G. , reportof Crow Agency.Mont. 229

Rice Lake Indians. ( See La Pointe. )

Ripley, H. C, report on Osage trade 296

Roads:

Cherokee Nation 684

Creek Nation 507

Indians unwilling to work on 876

Locating, in Indian Territory 194

Work on, by Indians. 162, 249, 251, 2n. 280, 811,
825, 828, 880, 860, 861. »S2, 363, 364, 886, 651, 667

Rogue River Indians, statistics 642,660

Rosebud Sioux:

Leases 88

Report of Charles B. McChesney 843

Round Valley Indians:

Claim for improvements of settlers 496

Report Supt. Harry F. Liston 177

Sac ana Fox:

Condition 212,218,804,389

Statistics' I '. ', .*.'.* .* '. .'.'.'.' .* ] ; .'.' *684,'642,'652,'654, 660



St Regis Indians: Page.

Condition 269

Statistics 640,668

San Carlos Agency, Ariz,, report of George

D. Corsen 161

Sand table, uses 414

San Poll Indians:

Condition 866

StaUstics 646,664

Santee Sioux:

Leases 77

Report of Superintendent George W.

Saundeis 248

Santiam, statistics 642,660

San Xa vier Reservation . ( See Papago. )
Saunders. Georse W., report of Santee

agency and scnool 248

Schools:

Accommodations for Indian pupils 43

Agricultural 29

Attendance 41,42,617

Capacity 616

Cherokee 128,634

Coeducation undesirable in agricultural 30

Consumptive pupils excluded 285

Contract, Osage 294

Cost of 21,436,617

Cost of Indian compared with others . . 22
Day-
Bathing appliances 841

BigPine,Cal 248

Bishop, Cal 248

Capcunty and attendance 36

Chehalis 366,394

Cheyenne River 328

Cost 340

Discontinued 36

Fond du Lac 875

For white children maintained by

Modoc 190

GrandPortago 876

Havasupai 388,389

Influence on homeH 398

Independence, Cal 248

Jamestown 366

Iowa 220

Mission 176

Manual training taught in 438

New, opened 86

Moqui 152.154,165,445

More and better equipped,neeaed . 414, 429

NeahBay 857,394,441,442

Odanah 876

Oneida 373

Pima 49

Pine Ridge 840,444

Ponca 244

Port Gamble 366

Pueblo 266,257

Quileute 857

Quinaielt 866

Rosebud 845,444

Saboba 446

Shoshoni 886

Skokomlsh 866,394

Standing Rock 270

Stockbridge 871

Swlnomish 863,410

Tongue River 236,237,442

Turtle Mountain 266

Value 427

Wolf Point 288

Employees. (See Employees.)
Five Civilized Tribes in Indian Terri-
tory 122,207

Government reservation boarding-
Absentee Shawnee 48,278,409

Arapaho 282,288,891,408

Blackfeet 228,407,442

Cantonment 282,408

Capacity, attendance, date of open-
ing 84

Cheyenne 282,284,891,408

Cheyenne River 48,828,829,409

Colorado River 406,444

Compared with nonreservation

schools 27

Crow 47,48,229,407,442

Crow Creek 881,888,409

Eastern Cherokee .^^.^.-^260, 408

Flandreau (RIggs Institute) .... ai07;4I0



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INDEX.



Schools— Continned. Page.

Qoyemmexit reeervation boarding—
Continued.

Flathead 230,442

Fort Apache 48,150,406,445

Fort Belknap 232,890,441

FortBerthoId 48,268,408

Fort Hall 182,188,889,406,442

FortLapwai 47

Fort Peck 284,890,407,442

FortSUl 408

FortSpokane 854,856,410

FortTotten 264,890,408,462

FortYuma 406

Grace 831,409

Grande Ronde 806.892,409.441

Hayward.Wifl 83

Hopi(Moqui) 48.161,405

Hupa 172,406.444

Jicarilla 48

Kansa(Kaw) 48,296.891,408

Klckapoo 219,220,406

Klamath 814.816,392,434,444

Lac du Flambeau 48,875,378,382.441

Leech Lake Agency 222,228,407

Lemhi 185,406,442

Lower Brul6 835,409

Menominee 870,371,410

Mescalero 48,258,407

Navaho 48,157,444

NezPerc6 186,442

Oglala 342

Omaha 239,241,407

Oneida 873,394,410

Osage 294,290,391,408

Oto 803,892,408

Ouray 852,368,410

Pawnee 48,298,392,402

Pima 48,160,388,406

Pine Ridge 410

Ponca 802,392,409

Poplar River 233,234

Potawatomi 48,219,221,406

Priest opposes 363

Pupils sent home in ill health 250

Puyallup 366,894,410,441,442

Pyramid Lake 246

Rainy Mountain 409

Redifoon 282,284,409

Rice Station. Ariz 48,889,448

Riverside 48

Rosebud 346

Round Valley 178,406,444

Sac and Fox. . 216, 216, 806, 306, 889, 406, 409

Santee 243,407,441

Seger 392,409

Seneca 48,188,889,406

Shawnee 48

Shivwits 410

ShOflhonl 384,386,894,411,442

Siletz 48,393,409,441

Sisseton 348

Southern Ute 49,180

Standing Rock 48,270,274,275,408

Tnutton Canyon, Ariz 48,163,406

Tulalip 83,360,861,394,410,441,442

Uinta 48,852,853,410

Umatilla 48,49,322,323,398,441

Vermilion Lake 890,450

WarmSprings 48,824,325,441

Western Navaho 164,406,445

Western Shoflhoni 48,250,407

White Earth Agency 48, 226, 226, 407

Wild Rice River 407

Winnebago 83,48,289,242,407

Yainax 815, 317. 893, 409f 434, 444

Yakima 368,442

Yankton 48,349,410

Yuma 166

Indian Territory. {See Indian Terri-
toiy.)

Mission-
Bad River and Bayfield 375

Blackfeet 228

Citizen Potawatomi 278

CcBurd'Aldne 354

Colville 866,442

Crow Creek 882

Five Civilized Tribes 181

Fort Belknap Agency 231



Schools— Contjnned. Fa^e.

Miasion— Continued.

Hampton 894,474

Kiowa Agency 288

Lac Courte OreUle S75

Location, capacity, and enroll-
ment 89

Menominee 370,871

Oneida 873

Rations should be issued to 288

Santee Normal 243

San Xavier 16S

Shoshoni 884

StandingRock 270

Statistics 616-628

St. Labr^ 236

Tucson 168

Turtle Mountain 266

WhiteEarth ^ 225

Yankton, discontinued 849

Nonreservation—

Albuquerque 48,254,407

Carlisle 398,400,467

Carson, Nev 246.890.407,444

Chamberlain 48,468

Chemawa 49,465

Chilocco 28,48,391.400.406,464

Compared with reservation schools. 25,862
Date of opening, capacity, attend-
ance 88

Flandreau 48,615

FortBidwell 47,313,406,444,449

Fort Lewis 889,406,452

Fort Mohave 48,388,405,444,446

FortShaw 47,407,442,460

FortYuma 48

Genoa 48,890,407,461

Grand JuncUon 48,889,406,452

GreenvUle 406,441,451

Haskell Institute, Lawrence. Kans. 89,
48,406.454,497

Hayward 875,878

Morris 441,458

Mount Pleasant, Mich 48.

890,406.407.406,497

Number should be reduced 80

Oneida 495

Perris 889,445,460

Phoenix 388,406,445,447,614

Pierrd 470

Pipestone 48

Rapid City 410

Riverside ^,445,450,614

Salem 393,400

Santa Fe 49,286,408

Should not receive too young chil-
dren 283,444

Springfield, S. Dak 410

St. George, Utah 472

Tomah 410,474,497

Wittenberg 410

Normal 129

Not too large 426

Opening festival to secure prompt en-
rollment 221

Ornamentation 288

Overcrowded.. 849

Papers published 227

Population, by States 48

Public 238,240,868,436

Contracts with, for Indian pupils . . 88
Indianswill not send theircnildren. 348

Reservations ready for 448

Regulations, compliance with 427

Relation to home 420

Religious training. {See Religious.)

Sites 614

Statistics 616

Summer. (£!(% Institutes.)
Superintendents placed in chaige of

agencies 17

Supervisors, reports of 441

Warrants, Choctaw and Chickasaw 198

White children in Indian Territory

without 180

••White Indiana" excluded from 444

Scobey, C.R. A., reportof Fort Peck Agency,

Mont 284

Scott, Maj. G. L., report of Leech lake
Agency 222



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Se^<r« John H., report of Seger Colony

SOiool, Okla .V. 286

^e1f«upport in the reservation 428

Benixiole:

Mlotments 188

Condition 206

Statistics 682,652

Bee also Five Civilized Tribes.
Sen tea:

Capitalization of funds 498

Condition 188,269

Statistics 682,688,668,668

Sewerage:

defective 803,886

Excellent 449

«ood 285

Wanting 888

Sew^g:

Taught b«y8 t 829

Teaching of 488

Sha-rnee:

Capitalization of funds 498

Condition 188

Leases 77, 78

fitatistics 632,640,642,662,668,660

SbeMt. (SccShivwlts.)
Shetpeater:

Condition 184

Statistics 682,662

Shel, Charles E., report Greenville, Cal.,

scloo] 461

Sbivwits Indians:

Protection of water rights 140

Report Laura B. Work 472

itatistics 646,662

Shoenfelt, J. Blair, report of Union Agency,

InJ. Ter 212

Shott hair order. {See Hair cutting.)
Shuhoni:

illotments 69

Condition 181,184,248,884

hroclamation opening lands 660

Statistics 632,638,648,662,666,666

SkUaiam:

Condition 866

ttatlstics 646,664

8kok>mi8h:

Condition 866

Itatistics 646,664

SlletE Indians:

Leases 77

Xeport of Superintendent Duncan D.

McArthur 818

lale of timber 78

Siouc:

Cheyenne River.......... 68,826

Irow Creek 829

JevllsLake 61,262

Tlandreau 266

I/)werBrul6 51,836

Wne Ridge 886

losebud 51,68,848

Sisseton 848

ItandingRock 269

itatistics 636.640,644,668.662

Tankton 61,849

ranktonnais 233

tec a2M Cheyenne River. Crow Creek,
Devils Lake, Lower Brui6, Pine Ridge,
Rosebud, Santee, Sisseton. and Yank-
ton.
Sisslton Sioux:

liC&ses • • ..•••■••••••••••••••••• 77

ileport of Agent C. B. Jackson 848

Sixo (Kwataml), statistics 642,660

Smallpox 163,

165, 169, 218, 220, 222, 224. 280. 239, 241, 242, 244, 269.
)64, 286, 808, SSS. 839, 863, 369, 871. 373. 8^, 451, 469

lettlement claims 206



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