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Table showing agricultural improvements, stock, productions, and
* Reservations partly in Minnesota.
FIVE CIVILIZED TRIBES IN THE INDIAN TERRITORY.
Produce raised during the year.
| Indian lands without agency, viz: .
a The Mille Lac Chippewas are under the White Earth agency.
sources of subsistence of the different Indian tribes—Continued.
Other results of Indian labor.
8, 100, 630
132, 888 171, 462 200, 600 387, 000 146, 000 211, 000 17,500 2, 530 3,800 3, 600
LIST OF INDIAN AGENCIES ASSIGNED TO THE SEVERAL RELIGIOUS
FRIENDS.-Great Nemaha, Omaha, Winnebago, Otoe, and Santee, in Nebraska, and Pawnee, in the Indian Territory B. Rush Roberts, Sandy Spring, Md.
FRIENDS (ORTHODOX).—Pottawatomie and Kickapoo, in Kansas; Quapaw, Osage, Sac and Fox, Wichita, Kiowa, and Comanche, and Cheyenne and Arapaho, in the Indian Territory. Dr. James E. Rhoades, Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa.
METHODIST.-Hoopa Valley, Round Valley, and Tule River, in California ; Yakama, Neah Bay and Quinaielt, in Washington Territory; Klamath and Siletz, in Oregon; Blackfeet, Crow, and Fort Peck, in Montana; Fort Hall and Lemhi, in Idaho; and Mackinac, in Michigan. Rev. Dr. J. M. Reid, secretary Missionary Society, Methodist Episcopal Church, 805 Broadway, New York City.
CATHOLIC.-Túlalip and Colville, in Washington Territory; Grand Ronde and Umatilla, in Oregon; Flathead, in Montana; and Standing Rock and Devil's Lake, in Dakota. General Charles Ewing, Catholic commissioner, Washington, D. C.
BAPTIST.—Union (Cherokees, Creeks, Choctaws, Chickasaws, and Seminoles), in the Indian Territory; and Nevada, in Nevada. Rev. Joseph F. Shoards, secretary American Baptist Home Missionary Society, Astor House, New York City.
PRESBYTERIAN-. Abiquiu, Navajo, Mescalero Apache, Southern Apache, and Pueblo, in New Mexico; Nez Percés, in Idaho; and Uintah Valley, in Utah. Rev. Dr. J. C. Lourie, secretary Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church, 23 Centre street, New York City.
CONGREGATIONAL.–Green Bay and La Pointe, in Wisconsin; Red Lake, in Minnesota; Sisseton and Fort Berthold, in Dakota; and S'Kokomish, in Washington Territory. Rev. Dr. M. E. Strieby, secretary American Missionary Association, 56 Reade street, New York City.
REFORMED.-Colorado River, Pima and Maricopa, and San Carlos, in Arizona. Rer. Dr. J. M. Ferris, secretary Board of Missions of Reformed Church, 34 Vesey street, New York City.
PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL.-White Earth, in Minnesota; Crow Creek, Lower Brulé, Cheyenne River, Yankton, Rosebud, and' Pine Ridge, in Dakota; Ponca, in Indian Territory; and Shoshone, in Wyoming. Rer. Robert C. Rogers, secretary Indian Commission of the Protestant Episcopal Church, 30 Bible House, New York City.
UNITARIAN.—Los Pinos and White River, in Colorado. Rer. Rush R. Shippen, secretary American Unitarian Association, 7 Tremont Place, Boston.
FREE-WILL BAPTIST.—Leech Lake, in Minnesota. Rer. A. H. Chase, secretary FreeWill Baptist Home Missionary Association, Hillsdale, Mich.
UNITED PRESBYTERIAN.—Warm Springs, in Oregon. Rer. John G. Brown, D. D., secretary Home Mission Board United Presbyterian Church, Pittsburgh, Pa.
CHRISTIAN UNION.—Malheur, in Oregon. Rer. J. S. Rowland, Salem, Oreg.
EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN.-Southern Ute, in Colorado. Rev. J. G. Butler, Ilashington, D. C.
MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF INDIAN COMMISSIONERS, WITH THEIR POST-OFFICE
E. M. Kingsley, chairman, 30 Clinton Place, New York City. William Stickney, secretary, New York avenue, corner Fifteenth street, Washington, D. C.
A. C. Barstow, Providence, R. I.
Schedule showing location of Indian agencies ; also list of agents, with their post-office and telegraphic address.
Hoopa Valley ...
W. H. Danilson.
Ross Fork, Oneida County, Idaho.....