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TABLE 2 Enrollment and average attendance at Indian schools,

1897 and 1898, showing increase in 1898; also number of schools in 1898

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TABLE 3-Annual appropriations made by the government since

the fiscal year 1877 for the support of the Indian schools

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1 Decrease.

2 Three schools transferred to the government and contracts made for two schools which were paid by vouchers in previous year,

3 Thirty-one public schools in which pupils are taught not enumerated here.

4 These schools are conducted by religious societies, some of which receive from the government for the Indian children therein such rations and clothing as the children are entitled to as reservation Indians.

TABLE 4 - Location and capacity of government day schools,

June 30, 1898

LOCATION

Capacity

LOCATION

Capacity

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Arizona:
Hualapai-

Kingman ......
Hackberry ........

Suppai ...........
Navajo-

Little Water.......
Oreiba....
Polacco .....

Second Mesa.....
California :

Big Pine.....
Bishop ......
Hat Creek....
Independence.....
Manchester ......
Mission, II schools.......
Potter Valley..........
Ukiah ...........

Upper Lake.........
Michigan :

Baraga ......

Bay Mills ...........
Minnesota :

Birch Cooley..
White Earth

Gull Lake..
Montana :

Tongue River...
Nebraska :
Santee-

Ponca .........
Nevada :

Walker River .....
New Mexico:
Pueblo-

Acoma ......
Cochita ....
Isleta.......
Jemez...
Laguna......
Pahuate.......
Santa Clara.
San Felipe..

New Mexico - Continued.
Pueblo Continued.

San Ildefonso ......
San Juan ..........
Santo Domingo ..
Taos....................
Zia .....................

Zuni......................
North Dakota:
Devil's Lake, Turtle Mountain,

schools..........
Standing Rock, 4 schools...

Fort Berthold, 4 schools....
Oklahoma :

Kiowa........

Whirlwind.....................
South Dakota :

Cheyenne River, 3 schools......
Pine Ridge, 31 schools......

Rosebud, 20 schools.....
Utah:

Shebit...........
Washington :

Colville, a schools.........
Tulalip

Lummi.....

Swinomish
Neah Bay-

Neah Bay....

Ouillehute.....
Puyallup

Jamestown ......
Port Gamble..............
Chehalis .................
Quinaielt.....

Skokomish................
Wisconsin :

Green Bay, Stockbridge....
Oneida, 5 schools....
La Pointe Io schools I .....

Total capacity 1.......
Total number of schools 1..

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TABLE 5 — Location, capacity and date of opening of government

reservation boarding schools

LOCATION

city

- Date of opening

Remarks

Arizona:
Colorado river.....

Mar, -, 1879
Keams canyon.

- -, 1887 Navajo.....

120 Dec. - 1881

150 Sept. –, 1881 San Carlos,...

100 | Oct. -, 1880 White Mountain Apache........! 65 | Feb. - , 1894 |

Pima. ....

Including Lac Court d'Oreilles No. 3 day, which was a contract school for seven months during this fiscal year.

TABLE 5Continued.

LOCATION

Capa

Date of opening

Remarks

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1886

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California:
Fort Yuma....

Apr. —, 1884
Hoopa Valley......

Jan. 21, 1893 Round Valley....

Aug. 15, 1881 Suspended after July,

Sept. 12, 1893 1883, by burning of Idaho:

building Fort Hall.....

-, 1874 Fort Lapwai......

Sept. —
Lemhi ........

Sept. -, 1885
Indian Territory:
Quapaw ......

Sept. —, 1872
Seneca, Shawnee and Wyandotte.

Begun by Friends as orphan asylum in 1867

under contract with Kansas:

tribe Kickapoo....................

1871 Pottawatomie....

-, 1873

Iowa
Sac and Fox and Iowa.........

Sept. –, 1875 Sac and Fox
Minnesota:
Leech Lake......

Nov. - 1867
Pine Point.....................

Mar.

Prior to this date a contract school opened in

November, 1888 Red Lake...

Tov, -, 1877 White Earth............

- -, 1871 Building burned in

February, 1895 Wild Rice River.

Mar. -, 1892 Prior to this date a con.

tract school opened in Montana:

November, 1888
Blackfeet..
Crow..........
Fort Belknap..

Fort Peck...
Nebraska:

Omaha....
Santee..........

Winnebago..
Nevada:
Pyramid Lake....

Nov. - 1882
Western Shoshone.........

Feb. II, 1893 | Previously semi, New Mexico:

boarding school Mescalero...........

Apr. --, 1884
North Carolina:
Eastern Cherokee......

160 Jan. 1, 1893 Prior to this date a con

tract school opened in North Dakota:

1885 Fort Berthold'......

21, 1894 Fort Totten...

1874 | At agency

At Fort Totten Standing Rock, agency.......

1877 Standing Rock, agricultural...

1878 Standing Rock, Grand River..

1893 Oklahoma; Absentee Shawnee.....

May -, 1872 Arapaho....

Dec. -, 1872 Cheyenne...

200

1879 Fort Sill............

.... 125 | Aug. -, 1891
1 Building burned March 30, 1898.

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TABLE 5- Continued.

LOCATION

Capacity

Date of opening

Remarks

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Oklahoma - Continued.

Kaw..
Osage.......
Oteo.........
Pawnee.....
Ponca.......
Rainy Mountain......
Red Moon...
Riverside (Wichita)...
Sac and Fox

Seger.
Oregon:

Grande Ronde.
Klamath.
Siletz.....
Umatilla....
Warm Springs....

Yainax............
South Dakota:

Cheyenne River.....

In Kansas
In Indian territory

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At new agency. At old agency school for girls opened in 1874 under missionary auspices in government buildings school for boys opened in 1880

Crow Creek, Agency........... Crow Creek, Grace Mission......

Feb.

-, 1874 1, 1897

Hope (Springfield).......

Prior to this date a contract school opened in 1888 Prior to this date a contract school opened in 1882

Aug. 1, 1895

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Suspended February 8,

1894, when building was burned. Reopened in new building February 7, 1898

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TABLE 6— Location, average attendance, capacity, etc., of non

reservation training schools during fiscal year ended June 30, 1898

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Carlisle, Pa........ . Nov, 1, 1879
Chemawa, Oreg.... Feb. 25, 1880
Chilocco, Okla.... Jan. 15, 1884
Genoa, Neb.... Feb. 20, 1884
Albuquerque, N. Mex.

Aug. -, 1884
Haskell institue, Kans. Sept. 1, 1884
Grand Junction, Colo.
Santa Fe, N. Mex.... Oct. - 1890
Fort Mojave, Ariz.. Oct. -, 1890
Carson, Nex.........

1890
Pierre, S. Dak... Feb. —, 1891
Phoenix, Ariz........ Sept. –, 1891
Fort Lewis, Colo. ... Mar. - 1892
Fort Shaw, Mont. .... Dec. 27, 1892
Perris, Cal............ Jan. 9, 1893
Flandreau, S. Dak.... Mar. 7, 1893
Pipestone, Minn...... Feb. 1893
Mount Pleasant, Mich. Jan. 3, 1893
Tomah, Wis.......

Jan. 19, 1893 Wittenberg, Wis.' Aug. 24, 1895 Greenville, Cal... Sept. 25, 1895 Morris, Minn.'..... Apr. 3, 1897 Clontarf, Minn.'... Apr. 4, 1897 Chamberlain, S. Dak.. Mar. — 1898 Fort Bidwell, Cal.... Apr. 4, 1898

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