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OF THE

OMMISSIONER OF INDIAN AFFAIRS

TO THE

SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR

FOR

THE YEAR 1880.

WASHINGTON:
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.

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REPORTS OF AGENTS—Continued.

Minnesota :

White Earth, Charles A. Ruffee...

103

Montana:

Blackfeet, John Young

105

Crow, A. R. Keller....

107

Flathead, Peter Ronan.

109

Fort Peck, N. S. Porter..

111

Fort Belknap, W. L. Lincoln.

114

Nebraska:

Great Nemaha, M. B. Kent...

116

Otoe, W. C. Boteler, physician, and Rees Pickering, clerk.

118

Santee, Isaiah Lightner ....

120

Winnebago and Omaha, Arthur Edwards ...

123

Nevada :

Nevada, James E. Spencer....

123

Western Shoshone, John How..

127

New Mexico:

Abiquiu, Joseph B. Holt, farmer in charge.

129

Mescalero, S. A. Russell...

129

Navajo, Capt. F. T. Bennett, U. S. A.

131

Pueblo, Ben. M. Thomas.

133

Rev. Taylor F. Ealy, M. D., teacher.

134

New York:

New York, D. Sherman..

135

Oregon:

nd Ronde, P. B. Sinnott..

137

Klamath, L. M. Nickerson..

139

Malheur, W. V. Rinehart, farmer in charge..

140

Siletz, Edmund A. Swan...,

142

Umatilla, N. A. Cornoyer.

144

Warm Springs, John Smith.

147

Utah:

Uintah Valley, J. J. Critchlow...

150

Washington Territory:

Colville, John A. Simms.

153

James O'Neil, farmer in charge Cour d'Alône Reserve.

154

Neah Bay, Charles Willoughby.

155

Puyallup, R. H. Milroy

156

G. W. Bell, in charge Chehalis Reservation...

160

Quinaielt, Oliver Wood..

162

S'Kokomish, Edwin Eels.

163

Tulalip, John O'Keane..

Yakama, James H. Wilbur.

167

Wisconsin:

Green Bay, E. Stephens.

169

La Pointe, S. E. Mahan.

171

Wyoming:

Shoshone, Charles Hatton ......

176

Report of Lieut. M. C. Wilkinson, U. S. A., in charge Indian training school at

Forest Grove, Oregon....

177

Report of Lieut. R. H. Pratt, U. S. A., in charge of Indian training school at Car-

lisle, Pa......

178

Report of S. C. Armstrong, Principal Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute. 182

Page.

Report of Joint Committee, Protestant Episcopal Church, on securing for Indians

protection of civil law

165

Indian legislation by the second session of the Forty-sixth Congress..

188

Proclamation by the President

201

Tabular statement showing the present liabilities of the United States to Indian

tribes under stip ulations of treaties, &c...

202

Tabular report of the condition of trust-funds.

209

Statement showing treaty and special appropriations for Indian tribes for 1880–81.. 221

Statement of receipts and disbursements on account of sales of Indian lands since

November 1, 1878 .....

Executive orders relating to Indian reservations issued since January 6, 1880 225

Schedule giving names, location, and areas of Indian reservations, and the author.

ity for establishing the same.

228

Statistics relating to population, schools, churches, and general condition of In-

dians at their respective agencies...

238

Statistics relating to lands, agricultural improvements, live stock, crops, and

sources of subsistence of Indians at their respective agencies...

258

Table showing prevailing diseases among Indians, number of cases of sickness

treated, &c...

275

Agreement with the Crows...

277

Agreement with Shoshones, Bapnacks, and Sheepeaters.

278

List of agencies assigned to religious denominations.

279

List of members of the Board of Indian Commissioners, with their post-office ad-

dress..

.279

List of inspectors and special Indian agents, with their post-office address.

279

List of agents, with their post-office and telegraphic address.

280

Abstract of proposals received and contracts awarded for supplies, transportation,

annuity goods, and medicines for the Indian service...

283

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