Textual Records: Letters sent, 1807-30, and received, 1806-24.Invoice and letter book, 1803-4, 1816-22. Daybooks, 1809-24.Journals, 1805-24. Ledgers, 1803-24. Indent books, 1804-20.Invoices inward, 1796-1822. Invoices outward, 1803-24.Miscellaneous records relating to accounts, 1796-1825. Ledgers ofEdgar Patterson, a stationer in Georgetown, DC, 1807-18. Letterssent and received, daybooks, journals, ledgers, miscellaneousaccounts, and other records of Arkansas Factory, 1805-10; BelleFontaine Factory, 1805-9; Cherokee Factory (Tellico andHiwassee), 1796-1810; Chicago Factory, 1805-22; Chickasaw BluffsFactory, 1806-18; Choctaw Factory, 1803-25; Creek Factory, 1795-1821; Detroit Factory, 1802-4; Fort Edwards Factory, 1818-23;Fort Madison Factory, 1808-15; Fort Wayne Factory, 1803-12; GreenBay Factory, 1815-23; Mackinac (Michilimackinac) Factory, 1808-12; Natchitoches-Sulphur Fork Factory, 1806-23; Osage Factory,1808-23; Prairie du Chien Factory, 1815-22; Sandusky Factory,1806-12; and Spadre Bluffs (Illinois Bayou) Factory, 1818-24.
Textual Records: Letters sent, 1824-1908, with registers("Abstracts"), 1824-1907, and indexes, 1881-1907. Lettersreceived, 1824-1907, with registers, 1824-1907, and indexes,1881-1907. Report books, 1838-85. Special files, ca. 1807-1904.Special cases, 1821-1907. Treaties ratified, 1801-68, andunratified, 1821-69. Printed copies of treaties and executiveagreements, 1824-89. Journals of commissions, 1824-39. Executiveorder file, 1850-92. Authorities, 1880-1907, with registers andindexes. Indexes to and registers of claims and contracts, 1877-1907. Miscellaneous records, 1836-87. Copies of records, ca.1823-60. Central subject files, 1907-69 (10,946 lin. ft.). Subjectfiles (new file scheme), 1936. Miscellaneous subject files, 1935-52. Alphabetical indexes to the central subject files, 1957-58. Chronological file of letterssent, 1909-36. Special series A, ca. 1859-1934. Orders, 1884-1948, with replies, 1916-34; circulars, 1854-85, 1904-50, withreplies, 1907-35; and circular letters, with replies, 1915-50.
Textual Records: Appraisements, 1844-1922. Yakima landappraisement and timber schedules, 1910. Registry of DelawareIndians, patent lists, appraisement, and schedule of payments,1867-74. Schedules of appraisement and census rolls for Omaha andUmatilla Reservations, 1883-91. Reports on appraisement ofimprovements of Cherokee intruders, 1893-95. Rolls of Cherokeeintruders, 1893. Schedules of appraisements of damages byrailroads, 1899-1908. Land classification schedule for TongueRiver Reservation in Montana, 1929-30. Records relating tocertificates of indebtedness, 1861-85. Records relating to thedisposal of the Cherokee neutral lands, 1866-72. Records relatingto Chippewa and Munsee lands in Kansas, 1859-1900. Recordsrelating to the Kansas trust lands and diminished reserve, 1862-74. Tract books relating to Kaskaskia, Peoria, Piankeshaw, Wea,and Iowa trust lands, 1857. Records relating to Kickapoo lands,consisting of tract book, 1871-90; and stubs for landcertificates issued to the Atchison and Pike's Peak Railroad Co.,1866. Tract book of Omaha lands in Nebraska, 1871-83. Schedule ofnames of purchasers of Osage lands in Kansas, n.d. Recordsrelating to Ottawa trust lands in Kansas, 1864-77. Tract books toPawnee trust lands in Nebraska, n.d. Records relating toPotawatomi lands in Kansas, including stubs for certificatesissued to the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad Co., 1869;and tract books, 1866-73. Records relating to Sauk and Fox of theMississippi trust lands in Kansas, 1862, 1864-71. Recordsrelating to Sauk and Fox of the Missouri trust lands in Kansasand Nebraska, 1864-72, 1877. Records relating to Winnebago trustlands in Minnesota, 1863-75. Miscellaneous records concerningsales of trust lands, including bids, 1866, 1873-74; andschedules, 1856-73. Records relating to sales of allotments onPuyallup Reservation in Washington, 1895-1915. Records relatingto Choctaw and Chickasaw segregated coal and asphalt lands, 1904-5, 1913-14. Records concerning removals of restrictions on landsales and certificates of competency, 1906-28. Records concerningpatents and deeds, including patents, 1855-1915; receipts forpatents, 1911-28; lists of Choctaw and Chickasaw homesteadpatents, 1906; Seminole homestead deeds, 1907, 1909; letters sentconcerning deeds, 1862-67; register of deeds received forapproval, 1865-70; letters sent concerning deeds to Shawneelands, 1870-72; deed docket books, 1896-1901, 1903-7; docket bookfor Yankton deeds, 1904-7; and register of Indian deeds toinherited land, 1903-9, with index. Miscellaneous recordsconcerning disposal of Indian lands, including records relatingto sale and leasing of Cherokee outlet, 1889; records of the WarmSprings and Colville Commission, 1891; letters receivedconcerning Muskogee townsite, 1900-2, 1905-7; and register ofsales of Indian land, 1910. Applications for permits to prospect for oil and gas in Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah, 1921-27. Records relating to leases, includingtimber contracts of La Pointe Agency, 1883-89; registers ofleases by Five Civilized Tribes, 1903-9, with indexes; record ofWinnebago leases, 1907-8; powers of attorney for grazing leases,1931-35; corporation reference book, 1907-12; records relating to lease agreements in the New York Agency, 1890-1950 ; and land lease and permit reports, 1959-62. Recordsrelating to land allotments and disposition, 1854-1968. Records relating to land tenure and acquisition, 1917-47.
Textual Records: Registers of letters received by the Medical andEducational Division, 1874-81, and by the Education Division,1906-8; with indexes, 1895-1907. Summaries of work completed andrecords relating to Mission schools, 1887-1901. Circulars, 1897-1909. Office files of W. Carson Ryan, Director of Education,1931-35; and Mary Stewart, Assistant Director of Education, 1929-36. Reference books concerning schools, 1882-1909. Briefs ofinvestigations, 1899-1911. Abstracts of letters relating toepidemics, 1901-8. Statistics relating to education, 1859-69;Indian schools, 1874-1909; and schools, 1890-1908. Statisticsfrom monthly and semimonthly school reports, 1893-96, 1904-10.Attendance books for Choctaw and Chickasaw neighborhood schoolsin Indian Territory, 1900-1, 1906-7. Attendance statistics forCherokee day schools in Indian Territory, 1906. Record ofschools, 1895. Abstracts of official reports concerning schoolplants, 1898-1905. Records relating to Indian schools and adult education programs, 1889-1972 (bulk 1935-72). Record of school contracts, 1887-1911. Annualschool census reports, 1912-39. Subject files, 1910-69. Annual, semiannual, quarterly,and monthly school reports, 1874-1939. Public school quarterlyand monthly attendance reports, 1913-37. Reports concerningexaminations and promotions, 1924-34. Samples of examinationpapers, 1888, 1899, 1915. School calendars, 1930-34. Educationalsurvey forms, 1929-32. Reports of school social workers, 1932-36.Case records concerning the traveling mental health clinic, 1935. Records relating to summer education programs, 1951-69.
Textual Records: Register of letters received by the Secretary ofWar concerning Indian finances, 1834-38. Abstracts of reports,1870-75, 1891-99. Circulars, 1890-1918. Reference book concerningpolicies and procedures, 1906-8. Records concerninginvestigations, ca. 1857-82; and affairs of the Mexican Kickapoo,1895-1914. Accounts of Special Assistant Agent Martin J. Bentley,1897-1902. Journal, 1827-31. Ledgers, 1833-53. Appropriationledgers, 1837-1921. General appropriation ledgers, 1869-94.Summary ledger for reimbursable appropriations, 1866-1930.Appropriation ledgers for expenditures for field work, 1917-24.Apportionment ledgers, 1911-18. General appropriation liabilityledger, 1909-11. Liability registers, 1909-16. Expense and incomeledger, 1919-22. Cost ledgers, 1921-36. Analyses ofappropriations, statements of expenditures, and summaries ofexpenditures, 1917-21. Record of requisitions, 1817-19. Payrolls,1834-52. Statements of funds remitted, 1837-45, 1855-56, 1858-60,1877. Tabular statements of funds remitted to field officials,1870-1908. Appropriation warrants, 1843-1934. Accounts of centraloffice disbursing agents, 1847-54. Canceled checks, 1832, 1836-42, 1850-53. Vouchers for payments for Delaware Indian land soldto the Missouri River Railroad Co., 1867-69. Estimates of fundsneeded, 1836-56. Register of accounts and claims received, 1838-46. Abstracts of accounts of superintendents and agents, 1847-69.Schedules of receipts and disbursements at agencies, 1869-81.Statements of public funds, 1873-78. Registers of accountsreceived from disbursing officers, 1878-1902. Statements ofaccounts of disbursing officers, 1900-8. Superintendency andagency accounts, 1827-82. Property book, 1840-46. Letters sentfrom warehouses, 1879, 1881-84, 1897-99. Record of publicproperty purchased for agencies, 1906-8. Contracts and bonds,1836-77. Contract stub books, 1876-78. Registers of contracts,1878-1926, with indexes, 1913-26. Contracts and bonds for goodsand services, 1875-1911. Registers of open market purchases,1891-1908. Records of special accounts, 1876-1907. Index of claims, 1912-44; recordsconcerning claims, 1921-35; and traders' claims, ca. 1819-64.Schedules of traders' accounts, 1911. Records concerning OldSettler Cherokee claims, 1842-53; and War Department claims,1877-83. Receipts for Sioux depredation claims payments, 1863.Photostatic copies of accounts of Mansfield, McMurray, andCornish law firm, 1918. Credit reports and related records of the Division of Credit and Financing. Field committee regional reports and related records, 1947-52.
Textual Records: Register of incoming correspondence, 1889-98.Index to letters sent, 1889-90. Index to reports, 1890-91. Copyof report to Secretary of the Interior, 1887. Registers ofdepredation claims, ca. 1835-91, with index, ca. 1862-80. Docketbooks, 1885-91. Evidence concerning depredation claims, ca. 1835-96. Miscellaneous records concerning depredation claims, 1831-93.Records relating to claims for 1862 depredations by Sioux Indiansin Minnesota, 1862-69. Schedules and abstracts of depredationclaims, 1835-78. Schedules of depredation claims against Siouxand Chippewa of the Mississippi, 1857-62. 2b1af7f3a8