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and moral. Intemperance unknown among them .... Their location in a barren country and their mode of living

in crowded villages. Not generally prevalent ............... Want of proper educational facilities, both mental and moral,

and need of good 'and. No intemperance. Disease to some ex: Want of educational facilities-mental and moral, farming tent.

implements, mill, and employment. To some extent........

Failure of government to fulfill its promises in regard to

I their lands. Neither very prevalent ........

Want of facilities, means, and school accommodations. Intemperance rare......

The need of wholesome, uniform, and permanent laws for

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Their unsettled condition and frequent removals. Intemperance unknown..

Bad exanıple of chief and headmen. Prevail to some extent....

Want of proper educational and religious facilities, and necessary assistance from government in regard to agri.

culture. &o. Disease to some extent; very little in Need of enforced law.

temperance. Disease prevails to a great extent ........ The want of funds. Disease prevails somewhat

... Dissatisfaction with present reserve, small appropriation, &c. Little intemperance; some disease....... Unsettled state of the Indian question. Intemperance very rare; some disease... Limited appropriations aud facilities. No intemperance; disease prevalent.... Lack of school accommodations, missionaries, and farmers. No intemperance; disease to some extent Want of schools, cattle, farming implements, aud mission

aries. Disease to slight extent....

Want of schools and religious instruction; contact with low

whites, &c. Disease somewhat prevalent.......... Uneasiness in regard to permanency of their homes. Not to any extent...

Want of proper education and instruction, and allotments

in severalty. ......do ..........

Uncertain policy of the government toward them. About the same as among whites.... Want of sufficient funds to establish schools upon good basis. Both to some extent ..

Want of good land, difficulty of access to agency, and agita

tion of transfer question. No intemperance; some disease.......... Lack of schools, farming implements, and instruction. None....

Insufficiency of funds to carry on the work Both almost unknown

Nomadic life and need of missionaries. Some disease, contracted from soldiers... Lack of proper education, frequent change of agent, &c. No intemperance; some disease..... Need of industrial school, and farming implements. Disease to some extent....

Need of comfortable houses and civilizing influences. Very little of either.......

Intrusion and evil example of low whites. None.....................

. Lack of farming implements and failure of government to

fuloll treaty stipnlations, &c. No intemperance; some disease

..! Refusal of Congress to pass Indian homestead law. Both to some extent ........ None ..........................

Limited appropriations, and need of more schools and

teachers. Disease to considerable extent ......... Want of funds. None ......................

Lack of opportunity.
No intemperanca; some disease.. .) Want of proper education-inoral and mental.
Very little of either.........

Iptemperance and want of more settled habits of industry. None ................

Want of funds for almost all agency purposes. To some extent .............

Need of teachers, and failure of Congress to appropriate

necessary funds for purchase of farming implements. Some intemperance; very little disease.. Want of a boarding school, and a settled policy. None

Need f farming implements and educational facilitir g. To some extent..

Lack of educational facilities, farming implements, &c. None ............

Lack of means to support schools. No intemperance, and bat little disease.. Insufficient allowance to pay farmer, and opposition of old

members of tribes to civilization. Very little of either among the Puyallup. Lack of competent teachers and educational facilities.

Nisqnally, and Chehalis Indians: but disease is prevalent among other tribes

of agency. Unknown among them...

Adherence to old habits and customs. Both to some extent ...

Contact with low whites, lack of proper educational facilities

and proper title to their lands. None

Fear of removal and lack of application.
Both prevalent, for which the whites are Lack of educational facilities, both mental and moral.

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