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INDEX TO 1871 PUBLISHED REPORTS
Agriculture
R871003:28
Alcohol
R871003:23-24
cannot be kept from Oglalas if agency on river R871003:22
promotes crime in Oregon and Washington R871002:17
whisky is everywhere white men go R871003:28
liquor trade with Indians suppressed R871001:6
Allotment
of Chippewa Indians R871004:29
partially civilized Indians ready for their land R871002:17
American Horse
R871003:22
R871003:29
Annuities
purchase and inspection by Stuart, Campbell, Dodge, Farwell R871002:21
Apache Indians
settler encroachment on R871002:14
chief men communicate concerning reservations R871001:2
White Mountain Coyoteros band R871002:15
in Texas and Arizona R871001:3
Arapahoe Indians
should be visited by commission R871004:29
attended annual congress R871002:19
and Cheyennes are quiet and friendly in 1871 R871001:4
education on their reservation R871002:14
and Red Cloud R871003:25-26
leaders visit East R871002:13
Arivaipa Apache Indians
reservation site at Camp Grant R871001:3
Arizona Territory
and Apaches R871001:2
site of camps R871001:3
unlicensed trade with Pimas and Maricopas R871001:6
Assiniboine Indians
and Gros Ventres shelter large body of Sioux R871001:4
Bad Wound
attended council R871003:23
Beal Springs
requested as temporary asylum for Apaches R871001:3
Bear Robe
attended council R871003:23
Beaver Creek, South Dakota
water "like physic" R871003:27
Big Crow
attended council R871003:23
Big Foot
attended council R871003:23
Big Horn Expedition
government prevented R871002:13
Bishop, Nathan
signed annual report of Board of Indian Commissioners R871002:22
Bissenet, Joseph
interpreter requested by Red Cloud R871003:23
Black Twin
R871003:28
R871003:26
Blackfeet Indians
treaty with Pend d'Oreilles R871004:29
Board of Indian Commissioners
R871004:29
R871002:22
chairman visited Oregon and Washington Reservations R871002:16
Boston
visited by Arapahoe, Cheyenne, and Wichita Indians R871002:13
Brave Bear
advised Red Cloud to pick a location R871003:27
Brave Grass
attended council R871003:23
Brown Bear
attended council R871003:23
Brule Sioux Indians
at site of council R871003:29
took White River R871003:27
Brunot, Felix R.
chairman of Board of Indian Commissioners R871002:22
investigation of payment claims R871002:17
visited Oregon and Washington Reservations R871002:16
visited Red Cloud R871003:22-29
at Umatilla agency R871001:8
Buffalo Shed His Hair
attended council R871003:23
Buffalo
hunted by Sioux R871002:12
Bullock, Col.
trader R871003:25
California
Indians quiet and peaceful RC187:5
Camp Apache
selected for Coyotero Apaches
Camp Grant
site of massacre of Apaches R871001:2
Camp McDowell
requested as temporary asylum for Apaches R871001:3
Camp Verde
selected for Mojave Apaches R871001:3
Campbell, Robert
purchase and inspection of Indian annuity goods R871002:21
signed annual report of Board of Indian Commissioners R871002:22
visited Oglalas with Brunot R871003:24
Charging Shield
R871003:26
Cherokee Indians
land selected for Osage reserve R871004:29
boundary dispute with Osages R871002:14
removed from North Carolina R871002:19
lands in Kansas sold R871001:7
in North Carolina and removal plans R871001:5
Cheyenne Indians
should be visited by commission R871004:29
attended annual congress R871002:19
and Araphoes quiet and friendly R871001:4
visited East R871002:13
education on their reservation R871002:12
and Red Cloud R871003:25-26
Cheyenne River
must dig for water above fork R871003:27
Cheyenne, Wyoming
R871003:22
Chickasaw Indians
freedmen in unsettled condition R871004:30
attended annual congress R871002:19
Chilcow Apache Indians
reservation site was Camp Apache R871001:3)
Chippewa Indians
selection of allotments R871004:29
sale of lands R871001:7
Choctaw Indians
freedmen in unsettled condition R871004:30
attended annual congress R871002:19
Claims
investigation of by Brunot and Farwell R871002:17
Clum, H. R.
acting Commissioner made 1871 report R871001:8
Cochise
asked to visit Washington, pledged to keep peace R871001:2)
Cold Face
attended council R871003:23
Colyer, Vincent
signed annual report of Board of Indian Commissioners R871002:22
visited New Mexico and Arizona territories R871001:2
secretary of the Board of Indian Commissioners in 1871 R871002:12
report on Arizona Apaches R871002:15
Comanche Indians
should be visited by commission R871004:29
and Kiowas cause trouble for government R871001:2
reservation needed for Apaches R871001:3
Commissioner of Indian Affairs
vacancy in office R871001:1
Corn Man
attended council R871003:23
Corruption
and control of reservations by missionary societies R871002:20
Council
of civilized and wild tribes R871004:30
Coyotero Apache Indians
reservation site at Camp Apache
Cree, T.K.
R871003:22
Creek Indians
attended annual congress R871002:19
Crime
laws against crimes committed by Indians against Indians R871001:6
use of liquor and crimes committed in Oregon and Washington R871002:17)
Kiowas sentenced to life in prison R871001:3
Crowell, R.F.
to investigate Chippewa allotments R871004:29
Date Creek, Arizona
requested as temporary asylum for Apaches R871001:3
Delano, Columbus
letter from Ely S. Parker R871004:29-30
secretary of interior R871002:12
secretary of the interior R871001:8
Depredations
perpetrated by Gila Apaches R871001:2
due to encroachment on Indian land in Colorado Territory R871001:7-8
Dodge, William E.
purchase and inspection of Indian annuity goods R871002:21
signed annual report of Board of Indian Commissioners R871002:22
Education
on Arapahoe and Cheyenne Reservation R871002:14
inadequate due to lack of funding R871001:5
Mission Indians speak both English and Spanish R871002:18
of partly civilized Indians R871002:20
financed through sale of excess land R871002:17
Extermination
Apaches as pursued by government R871002:15
Farwell, John V.
purchase and inspection of Indian annuity goods R871002:21
signed annual report of Board of Indian Commissioners R871002:22
investigation of payment claims in California R871002:17
report on progress of Round Valley & Hoopa Valley Reservations R871002:18
Finance
Parker explains custom of Indian office R871004:30
executive committee March 1871 to December 1871 R871002:20-21
Fire Thunder
attended council R871003:23
Firearms
requested by Red Cloud R871003:24
promised to Spotted Tail R871003:28
Fort C.F. Smith
government withdrew garrison in 1868 R871002:13
Fort Laramie
R871003:22
council with Red Cloud and others in June 1871 R871002:12
Fort Phil Kearney
massacre of 1866 by Sioux R871002:12
government withdrew garrison in 1868 R871002:13
Fort Reno
government withdrew garrison in 1868 R871002:13
Freedmen
of Choctaws and Chickasaws in unsettled condition R871004:30
Full Wolf
attended council R871003:23
Gadsden Purchase
and Apache relations with whites R871002:15
General Land Office
and sale of Stockbridge and Munsee lands in Wisconsin R871001:7
Gila Apache Indians
commit depredations in New Mexico R871001:2
Grand Ronde Reservation
progress toward civilization assessed R871002:16
Grant, Ulysses
his policy implemented successfully R871001:1
Gros Ventres Indians
and Assiniboines shelter Sioux R871001:4
Harney, Gen. William S.
told Red Cloud to punish bad whites R871003:24
High Wolf
attended council R871003:23
Homestead Law
and land for Mission Indians R871002:19
Hoopa Valley Reservation
capacity for advancement mismanaged R871002:18
Hualapais Apache Indians
requested temporary asylum by Colyer for protection and food R871001:3
Hunting
of buffalo by Sioux R871002:12
Indian Policy
as defined by Commissioner of Indian Affairs in 1869 R871002:15
to destroy tribal existence R871001:5
of peace advocated by president R871002:21
Indian Territory
Kiowas and Comanches R871001:2-3
Indian-White Social Relations
affected by Gadsden Purchase R871002:15
and encroachment on Apache land R871002:14
as viewed by the Board of Indian Commissioners R871002:12
contact with whites promotes civilization R871001:4
Indians
decreasing in numbers R871001:5
becoming more civilized due to white influences R871001:4
Jocknick, G.F.
examined the Indian agency in Colorado Territory R871001:7
Kansas Indians
Indians becoming citizens with education, farms, businesses R871001:5
more civilized due to white contact R871001:4
land sold or disposed of R871001:7
Kansas
sale of Cherokee lands R871001:7
Kickapoo Indians
in Mexico R871001:6
Kiowa Indians
should be visited by commission R871004:29
leaders arrested and punished by General Sherman R871002:13
troublesome; their reservation needed for Apaches R871001:3
Lake Superior and Mississippi Chippewa Indians
R871004:29
Land
40,438.87 acres were sold or disposed of in 1871 R871001:7
Lange, John D.
signed annual report of Board of Indian Commisssioners R871002:22
and removal of North Carolina Cherokees R871002:19
Legislation
resolution for Umatilla removal negotiations R871004:29
Board of Indian Commissioners to see vouchers R871004:30
R871001:6
R871001:5)
concerning audits of Indian office accounts R871002:20
concerning Indian removal from Umatilla Reservation R871001:8
Homestead Law and Mission Indians R871002:19
revision of trade law needed R871001:6
for sale of Stockbridge and Munsee lands in WisconsinR871001:7
appropriation to bring Apaches onto reservation R871002:14
Little Cloud
attended council R871003:23
Little Wound
attended council R871003:23
Lone Wolf (Oglala)
attended council R871003:23
Los Angeles County
location of Mission Indians R871002:18
Los Pinos Agency
in Colorado was not favorable for Indian welfare R871001:7
Lummi Reservation
progress toward civilation assessed R871002:16
Man Afraid of His Horses
R871003:29
R871003:22
Maricopa Indians
and Pima Indians have case against firm for illegal trade R871001:6
Meacham, Alfred B.
reports concerning Umatilla Reservation R871001:8
Mexicans
and Papagos massacred Indian women and children at Camp Grant R871001:2
Mexico
misrepresentations influenced Kickapoo to remain in R871001:7
Michigan
Indians more civilized due to white contact R871001:4
Milk Spotted Horse
attended council R871003:23
Mimbres Apache Indians
location in Tularosa Valley, New Mexico R871001:2-3Mission Indians described; reservation proposed at San Pasqual R871002:18
selected reservation site was in Tularosa Valley by Colyer R871001:3
Minnesota
mixed-blood Chippewa land R871001:7
Indians more civilized due to white contact R871001:4
Mission Indians
lack reservation and agent R871004:30
to get land under Homestead Law R871002:19
Missouri Indians
selling excess land to fund education R871002:17
of Sac and Fox's land in Nebraska was sold in 1871 R871001:7
Mojave Apache Indians
need temporary asylum R871001:3
Montana Territory
location of Sitting Bull and large body of Sioux R871001:4
liquor trade suppressed R871001:6
Munsee Indians
lands sold or disposed of R871001:7
Nebraska
Indians more civilized due to white contact R871001:4
and trust lands of Sac and Fox Indians of Missouri R871001:7
Nevada
Indians quiet and peaceful in 1871 RC187:5
New Mexico Territory
and Apaches R871001:2
and need for definition of Indian country R871001:6
New York City
visited by Arapahoe, Cheyenne, and Wichita leaders R871002:13
New York Indians
more civilized due to white contact R871001:4
Ninety-Sixth Parallel
and boundary dispute between Cherokees and Osages R871002:14
North Carolina
measures to remove remaining Cherokees R871001:5
Northern Pacific Railroad
recipient of Sioux ill will R871002:12
runs through the Sioux Nation in Dakota Territory R871001:4
Oglala Sioux Indians
R871003:26
visited by Felix Brunot R871003:22-29
Omaha Indians
R871002:17
Oneida Reservation
disagreement over division of land R871002:19
Oregon Indians
character described R871002:16
Oregon Reservations
encroached upon R871002:18
Oregon
removal of Umatilla Reservation people not approved R871001:8
Indians quiet and peaceful R871001:5
Osage Indians
reservation on Cherokee land selected R871004:29
removed to new reservation in Indian Territory in 1870 R871002:14
Oto Indians
etica size=1>selling excess land for education funding R871002:17
Papago Indians
and Mexicans massacred Apaches at Camp Grant R871001:2
Parker, Ely S.
letter to Columbus Delano R871004:29-30
resignation R871001:1
Pawnee Indians
to conclude treaty with Sioux at Santee agency R871004:29
Peace Commission of 1868
Indian Territory land reserved for Indian use R871002:17
Peace Policy
advocated by president R871002:21
Pembina Chippewa Indians
R871004:29
Pend d'Orielle Indians
treaty with Blackfeet R871004:29
Philadelphia
visited by Arapahoe, Cheyenne, and Wichita leaders R871002:13
Pima Indians
and Maricopa Indians have case against illegal traders R871001:6
Pinal Apache Indians
reservation site was Camp Grant R871001:3
Platte River
R871003:24
Population
of Indians in United States including Alaska is 350,000 R871001:5
Pottawatomie Indians
want to become citizens R871002:19-20
President
"Great Father" R871003:23
Pretty Crow
attended council R871003:23
Provisions
for only a short time R871003:23
Oglala rations to be stopped if agency site not chosen R871003:26
Pumpkin Seed
attended council R871003:23
Punishment
for bad whites who enter reservation R871003:24
Kiowa leaders Santana and Satauk arrested and punished in 1871 R871002:13
Kiowas sentenced for murder and robbery R871001:3
Quakers
ran schools on Cheyenne and Arapahoe Reservation R871002:14
Quick Bear
attended council R871003:23
Quick Eagle
attended council R871003:23
Railroads
progress provokes ill-will of Sioux R871002:12
Red Buffalo
attended council R871003:23
Red Cloud
visited by Felix Brunot R871003:22-28
attended council R871003:23
lost part of his band to Sitting Bull in Montana R871001:4
R871002:12-13
Red Dog
R871003:29
R871003A:26
R871003:22
attended council R871003:23
Red Lake Chippewa Indians
R871004:29
Red Leaf
attended council R871003:23
Red Plume
attended council R871003:23
Religion
Christian agents will aid in solving Apache problem R871002:15)
Quaker schools on Cheyenne and Arapahoe Reservation R871002:14
missionary societies control reservations R871002:20
Removal
negotiations with people on Umatilla Reservation R871004:29
causes distrust and reduces incentive for development R871002:17
of Osage Indians to new reservation in Indian Territory in 1870 R871002:14
of remaining Cherokees in North Carolina R871001:5)
of some North Carolina Cherokees R871002:19
of Umatilla Indians rejected R871002:16
from Umatilla Reservation not approved by Indians R871001:8
Richard, Louis
interpreter requested by Red Cloud R871003:23
Rocky Bear
attended council R871003:23
Round Valley Reservation
described R871002:18
S'Kokomish Reservation
progress toward civilization assessed R871002:16
Sac and Fox Indians
of Missouri ands was sold in Nebraska R871001:7
San Bernardino County
location of Mission Indians R871002:18
San Diego County
location of Mission Indians R871002:18
Santa Barbara County
location of Mission Indians R871002:18
Santana
Kiowa leader arrested and punished in 1871 R871002:13
Santee Agency
Sioux and Pawnee treaty to be made there R871004:29
Satank
Kiowa leader arrested and punished in 1871 R871002:13
Secretary of the Interior
requested investigation of payment claims R871002:17
Seminole Indians
attended annual congress R871002:19
still live in Florida R871001:5
Setting Bear
attended council R871003:23
Shawnee Indians
appointed persons to receive orphan money R871001:7
Sherman, William T.
arrested and punished Kiowa leaders in 1871 R871002:13
Sioux Indians
to conclude treaty with Pawnees at Santee agency R871004:29
R871001:4
hunt buffalo R871002:12
participated in 1866 massacre R871002:12
agencies on upper Missouri should be investigated R871001:8
Oglalas visited by Felix Brunot R871003:22-29
Sitting Bull
joined by part of Red Cloud's band in Montana R871001:4
Smith, Gen. John E.
R871003:27
R871003:22
attended council R871003:23
will protect Oglalas R871003:25
will punish bad whites R871003:24
will wait fifteen days for Red Cloud's answer R871003:28
Spider
attended council R871003:23
Spotted Tail
was promised firearms but did not get them R871003:28
Staked Plains
location of Apaches to be moved to reservation R871001:3
Stockbridge Indian
lands in Wisconsin for sale R871001:7)
Stuart, George H.
signed annual report of Board of Indian Commissioners R871002:22
and purchase, inspection of annuity goods R871002:21
Swinomish Reservation
progress toward civilization assessed R871002:16
Sword (Oglala)
attended council R871003:23
Texas
raided by Kiowas R871002:13
citizens complain against Kickapoo Indians R871001:7
court sentenced leaders to life imprisonment R871001:3
Tobey, Edward S.
signed annual report of Board of Indian Commissioners R871002:22
Tonto Apache Indians
temporary asylum requested for R871001:3
Trade
traders anxious for Red Cloud to choose location R871003:22
Mission Indians have good knowledge of R871002:18
1834 law inadequate R871001:6
goods will be delivered when Oglalas have crossed river R871003:27
Transportation
payment for railroad asked by Red Cloud R871003:24
Treaties
of 1854 with Chippewas of Lake Superior and the Mississippi R871004:29
of 1863 with Red Lake and Pembina Chippewas R871004:29
of 1866 with Choctaws and Chickasaws R871004:30
Fort Laramie Treaty of 1868 R871002:13
Treaty of 1851 (Sioux) made "one great chief" R871003:27
1868 treaty and surveying reservation in Colorado R871001:7-8
Tulalip Reservation
progress towards civilization assessed R871002:16
Tulare River Farm
rented for Mission agency R871004:30
Tularosa Valley, New Mexico
selected for Mimbres and Coyotero Apaches R871001:2-3
Turney, N. J.
should investigate Sioux agencies on upper Missouri River R871001:8
Two Buffaloes
attended council R871003:23
Umatilla Reservation
removal proposal rejected R871002:16
pending removal negotiations R871004:29
Unkpapa Sioux Indians
belong on Missouri River, Red Cloud says R871003:26
Utah Territory
definition of Indian country needed R871001:6
Warm Springs Reservation
progress toward civilization assessed R871002:16
Washington, D.C.
visited by Arapahoe, Cheyenne, and Wichita leaders R871002:13
Washington Indians
character described R871002:16
Washington Reservations
encroached upon R871002:18
Washington Territory
efforts to suppress liquor successful R871001:6
Wham, Agent
R871003:22
attended council R871003:23
will wait fifteen days for Red Cloud's answer R871003:28
White Eyes
attended council R871003:23
White River
R871003:27-28
Wichita Indians
attended annual congress R871002:19
leaders visited East R871002:13
Winnebago Indians
becoming citizens with education, farms, and business R871001:5
want to become citizens R871002:19-20
Wisconsin
mixed-blood Chippewa land R871001:7
Indians more civilized due to white contact R871001:4
Wyandotte Indians
and Shawnee council appointed persons to receive orphan money R871001:7
Yakima Reservation
progress toward civilization assessed R871002:16
Yellow Beard
attended council R871003:23