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Kansas Indian agency, &c-Continncd.
| Lutherans, Evangelical, Indian agencies assigned
McKee, R., act for the relief of, 629.
port of Agent Lee to Commissioner, 517; draw.
placed in the bauds of a receiver, XXXV; ils tion of tribes, 518; productions, 517; religion,
519: educational interests, 519; statistics of
condition of Indians, 519.
of Devil's Lake agency, Dakota, 451.
erior, Wisconsin, 600.
annual report of Agent Haworth to Commig. 1 Agent Rinebart to the Commissioner, 568; loca.
war, 569; report of Special Agent Turner, 570 ;
port of Agent Roork to the Commissioner, 567 ;. 571 ; schools, 571 ; issues. 572; spoliation claims,
Mallery, Col. G., 797.
Mallet, E., Indian agent, annual resort of Tulalin
Marston, S. W., Indian agent, annual report of
Mason, Prof. 0. T., 797.
stone. 764: Lewis, 764; Shos bone, 764: Utab, 792. logs of, 615.
Mescalero Indian agency, New Mexico second
annual report of Ageot Godfroy to Commis-
office in regard to, 49; hearings to establish the culty of convincing Indians of rights of settlers.
551 ; necessity of controlling trade, 551 ; sug.
531 ; progress, 551; branches of industry, 552 ;
dition, 553 raids. 533 ; r lations with the mili-
tary, 553 ; recomiendations for stopping illegal
sence of, described by Bishop Hare, 398; a judi. Metallic cartridges. resolurion probibiting the
supply of, to h stile Indians, 628.
Michigan certain lands in, act extending time for
homestead entries upon, 617.
Mil tary bounty-land-warrant division : Summary
104 : district in Ohio, 106; reservations aban-
mended for the codification and revision of, 4 Milroy, R. H., Indian agant, annual report of Pu-
Mili sites, 123.
enne and Arapahoe agency, 477. .
Mineral lands, operations under the mining laws,
chase, 116: lode claims, status of, located prior
heretofore issued, 117; toppel rights, 118; vein
title to, 119; adverse claims, 121; placer ground,
123; hearings to establish the character of lands,
Mineral resources of the United States, act of Con-
Mining claims, appointment of deputy surveyora
registers and receivers, 124 ; patents may issue
of agent to Commissioner, 439; bnildings, 439; Mining interests in Yellowstone National Park,
Mission Indian agency, California, annual report
of agent to Comunissioner, 431; number of ln.
dians, 432; condition, 432; encroachments of
port of Agent Gregor to Commissioner, 457:
ing, to the public domain, 634.
Ano, luchty-land bummary
Missouri River bridge, damage to 820.
Nez Percé Indians, &c.-Continued.
description of Chief Joseph, 607: his right to
Wallowa Valley, 608 ; answer of commission to
vations of public lands in, for military purposes, cause of trouble with non-treaty Indians, 609;
recommendations for the settlement of, 609;
gations, 010; consolidation of agencies, 610 ;
791 : Wind River, 756-761, 778; Bear River, 757; tory of, 407; might have been avoided, vi; cap.
report of Superintendent Hammond to Comms-
Agent Irvine to the Commissioner, 554; num. work, 444; drawbacks to civilization, 446; sug.
Ohio, Virginia military district in, patents issued
for, applications on file for lands within, 106.
Olmstead, F. L., landscape architect, lii.
Omaha Indian agency, Nebraska, annual report of
for employment, 539; condition of Indians, 540 :
prospects of crop, 510; purchases, 540; improve.
ment, 540; schools, 510; missions, 510; needed
Oregon, extension of public surveys in the State
of, 64; decision in regard to settlement on swanp-
lands in the State of, 96.
Osage Indian agency, Indian Territory, annual re-
port of Agint Beede to the Commissioner, 496;
Osages, 486; crimes on reservation, 486: irre.
sponsible traders, 486 ; prospects of hostilities,
487; agriculture, 47: statistics, 488 ; govern.
ment, 488; membership rights, 4-9: half-breeds.
489; education, 409; dissatisfaction, 490: haws.
Osage Indians, act autborizing expenditure of cer-
tain funds belonging to, 624.
Osage Jands in Kansas, act providing for sale of,
Otoe and Missouria Indian reservation in Kansas
and Nebraska, 43, 421.
Otoe and Missouria tribes, act providing for sale
of portion of reservation of, 623.
Otoe Indian agency, Nebraska, annual report of
Agent Griest to Commissioner, 541; progress,
541; buildings, 541 ; purchase of supplies, 341;
success of enterprise. 541; agricultural opera.
tiops, 542; removal, 542; industrial school, 542;
sanitary condition, 542.
Otoe reservation, act making appropriation for
survey of, 619.
Pacific Railroad compapies, what they have paid
the government, xxviii; their ab lity to reim.
borse the government, xxxi-xxxiii; their sys.
tem of accountability incomplete, xxxiii-XXIV:
monthly reports necessary, xxxiv; a special
bureau for supervising their accounts recom-
Packard, Prof. A. S., Rocky Mountain leeasts
Parker, Richard C., acting agent, annual report of
Monteith to the Commissioner, 476; improve. Patent Office, xxxvi; its business during the fiscal
ne ded for its library, Xxxvii: duplicates of
to report of, 007; meeting at Lapwai, Idaho, 607; 1 office rooin demanded, xxxvii.
Patents, conveying the title of the United States | Pre emptors on public lands or Indian reserva-
to cer ain portions of the public domain, number tions, act extending time to, on account of
ber of claims settled, xxiii ; recommendations
Private land-claims division in General Land
of Indians, crops, 491; schools, 492; scouts, 192. į Protestant Episco palians, Indian agencies as-
I sigued to, 714.
surveys of, 619; act authorizing salo of, 614. I peal, 135.
Public lands, XV; disposal of, xr; surveys of, xv:
file, xxxviii, 739 : number of rejected claims re. to, 49: legislation recommended in regard to
Squaxin reservation, 583; reasons for failure in
agriculture, &c., 588; suggestions, 589; allotment
tion, 590; civilization, 590.
Agent Stout to Commisioner, 427: nu nber of i report of Agent Jones to Commissioner, 498; situ-
of Indians, 501 ; necesity of liquor law, 501.
1 Quapaw Indians, removal of, 419.
annual report of Agent Ilenry to the Commis.
language of treaty , 591 ; fupds for school, 591 ;
be of prime importance, 398 ; its efficiency in ties of transportation, 592.
pany, xxvi; of the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad
tion of, visit Washington, viii; dissatisfied with road Company, xxvii; of the Denver Pacific
Railroad grants, decisions affecting, 79.
ing, liii ; temporary roof, liii ; loss by fire, liii:
reconstruction necessary, liji; more room needed,
work performed in, 93 ; rights, decisions affect. report of Agent Irwin to Commissioner, 458;
gestions regarding removal, 458.
showing ade during
the relief of...
Rod Cloud and Spotted Tail agencies, removal of,
414; act making appropriatiou for payment of
employés at, 619.
of Agent Pratt to Commissioner, 523; location
to Missouri River, 414; of Quapaws, 419; of all
River, Wyoming, 415.
the General Land Office, legislation recommended
in regard to, 1.
ously sold, or for other illegal exactions by local
906; Daval monument, 907.
Dumb, 849; officers of the institution, 845; college
dents, 856; regulations, 857.
859; number of patients, 859; number of pre-
Lying.in Asylum, 863; officers, 863; medical
hospital 1876, 870.
Pacific Railroad, 819; names of directors, 834;
Report, &c., Union Pacific Railrı ad-Continuer
portance of grazing interests of the plains, 831,
officers of, 879; report of board of visitors, 881;
graphical survey of reservation, 807; Hot Springs
perintendent of park, 845; assistant superintend
general. Idaho, 295; Utah, 299, Nevada, 311:
rado, 274; Montana, 292.
of the General Land Office. 109.
Indian, survey of, 71; Indian, in Kansas and
site, and salmon-fishery purposes in Montaua,
lands, and legislation recommended in regard to
rect error in compilation of, 5.
Indian agency, report of, 544.
Malheur agency, Oregon, 360.
Riv: is: Green, 756, 757, 758, 760, 790, 798; Big San- | Siletz Indian agency, Oregon, &C.-Continued.
lications issued. xlvi; area visited, xlvi; good Brulé, removal of the, iii; unwillingness to re-
move, ill; cbiets visit Washington, 111.
616; ratification of agreement to surrender Black
Hills, 413; act ratifying agreement of, with the
Sioux and other Indians, 625.
Sioux Indians of different tribes, act appropriating
$150,000 for subsistence of, 614.
Sioux war, 410; causes of, 410; sketch of, 411; re-
sult of. 413.
ing, 636, 637.
Agent Hamilton to Commissioner, 459; census-
rolls, 460 ; receipts for supplies, 460 ; enforcement
of policy. 460; progress in civilization, 461 : laws
needed, 461; recommendations for the benefit of.
Sites for town purposes in Colorado, 70.
Sitting Bull, iv-vi; commission to visit, iv; re-
moved from the frontier, vi.
Sitting Bull Indian commission, report of, 719; let-
tar of instructions from Secretary of Interior,
719organization of commission, 720; letter of
chairman to Secretary of War, 720; telegram of
chairman to Secretary of War, 721 ; letter of
Adjutant-Generil to chairman, 721 ; letter of
route of commission, 722; meeting at Fort Walsh,
722; propositions snbmitted by chairman, 723;
reply of Sitting Bull, 724; details of interview,
725 letter of 'Colonel McLeod to commission,
726; suggestions of commission, 727.
S'Kokomish Indian agency. Washington Territory,
annual report of Agent Eells to the Commis
sioner, 592; buildings. 592 ; loss of employés,
592 ; school, 592 ; suggestions, 593 ; sanitary con-
dition, 593 ; missionary work, 593.
Smith, J., Indian agent, annual report of Warm
Springs agency, Oregon, 575
Soda Springs, 758.
Sol liers' additional homesteads. 50.
Solicitor for Indian Bureau, need of, 403.
Southern Apache Indian agency, New Mexico, an.
nual report of Agent Davis to the Commission.
er, 558 ; habits of the Indians, 558; sanitary con.
dition, 558; removal to San Carlos reservation,
Southern Pacific Railroad Company, xxvi.
Southern Ute Indian agency, Colorado, annual re-
port of, to Commissioner, 441 ; buildings, 441;
condition of Indians. 441: dissatisfaction, 441.
Special land-warrants, 106.
Spotted Tail Indian agen cy; iii: annual report
of Agent Lee to the Commissioner, 461 ; changes
among the agents, 461; Spotted Tail's mission
of peace, 462, arrival of the hostile Cheyennes,
462; end of the Indian war, 462 ; number of In-
dians at the agency, 462; bands of the Sioux Na-
tion, 463; good conduct of the Indians, 463 :
suggestions for their benefit, 463: agricultural
prospects, 464; educational and missionary work,
464; crimes, 463; status of whites and mixed-
floods, 463: medical treatment, 466 ; ludian sol-
diers, 466; supplies, 467.
Standing Rock Indian agency, annnal report from
of the Indians, 467 ; progress of agriculture, 468 ;
annual report of Agent Patten to the Commis buildings, 469 annuity-woods. 469: condition of
m l and half-breeds, 470 ;
necessity for more employés, 471; assistance
port of Agent Bagley to the Commissioner, 573: Statement of trust furds and trust lands, ( 63.