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Report of the superintendent of Indian Affairs, for British Columbia, for 1872 & 1873

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Published by s.n.] in [Ottawa? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indians of North America -- British Columbia.,
  • Indians of North America -- Canada -- Government relations.,
  • Indiens -- Amérique du Nord -- Colombie-Britannique.,
  • Indiens -- Amérique du Nord -- Canada -- Relations avec l"État.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 16227, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 16227
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (25 fr.).
    Number of Pages25
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23742884M
    ISBN 100665162278

    Notes for survey forms: Chewelah Congregational Church, a chewelah piano, and letters and reports from the office of Indian Affairs. n.d. (3-V-5/Box 1) US General Land Office at Walla Walla Homestead land patent, issued to David M. Jessee, Septem 1 1.


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Report of the superintendent of Indian Affairs, for British Columbia, for 1872 & 1873 by Israel Wood Powell Download PDF EPUB FB2

OTTAWA: PRINTED BY I. TAYLOR, 29, 31 & 33 RIDEAU STREET. RETURN To an Address of the House of Commons, dated 28th April, ; For a Copy of the Report of the Superintendent of Indian Affairs for British Columbia} forwith any subsequent Correspondence concerning the Indian Affairs of the said Province.

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Document Record Creator Powell, Israel Wood, Title Report of the superintendent of Indian Affairs, for British Columbia, for & Report of the Superintendent of Indian Affairs for British Columbia for & Ottawa: L.B. Taylor, NW Ce. Indian agencies and reserves in British Columbia Sixty-three maps of Indian agencies and reserves throughout the province of British Columbia.

Most of the maps were produced either for the McKenna-McBride Royal Commission on Indian lands and affairs in or by the Legal Surveys and Aeronautical Division, Department of Mines and Technical. Congress, by an act approved June 1,created a board of commissioners, composed of the Secretary of the Interior, the governor of the District of Columbia, and the chief justice of the supreme court of said District, with full power to carry out the provisions of the act approved Jentitled "An act authorizing the.

Reports of inspections of field jurisdictions of the Bureau of Indian Affairs,with record books (registers),index,synopses,and abstracts, Records relating to Indian trust funds, including letters sent, ; letters received,with registers, ; special files, ; and.

Superintendent General of Indian Affairs empowered to grant location tickets Indian Superintendent (to for British Columbia Dominion Homestead Act G. Walkem is briefly CCLW Robert Beaven becomes CCLW (to) Allied Indian Tribes of British Columbia formed to press Indian Land Question (to ).

Macdonald had temporarily become Canada’s superintendent of Indian Affairs after Sir Hector-Louis Langevin resigned. Amazingly, Vankoughnet continued to be deputy superintendent-general of.

(Record Group 75) OVERVIEW OF RECORDS LOCATIONS Table of Contents ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY RECORDS OF THE OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR RELATING TO INDIAN AFFAIRS RECORDS OF THE OFFICE OF INDIAN TRADE GENERAL RECORDS OF THE BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS RECORDS OF THE COMMISSIONER OF INDIAN AFFAIRS.

Inthe Minister of the Interior was declared the Superinten-dent General of Indian Affairs, and, inthe governing Indian legislation was extended to Manitoba, the North-West Territories and British Columbia. The need for a consolidation of the legislation be. The Modoc War, or the Modoc Campaign (also known as the Lava Beds War), was an armed conflict between the Native American Modoc people and the United States Army in northeastern California and southeastern Oregon from to Eadweard Muybridge photographed the early part of the US Army's campaign.

Kintpuash, also known as Captain For 1872 & 1873 book, led 52 warriors in a band of more than. Responsibilities of the Superintendent General of Indian Affairs are passed to the Secretary of State for the Provinces. The Secretary of State for the Provinces is abolished. The Department of the Interior is created, and the Minister of the Interior becomes the Superintendent General of Indian Affairs.

Report Of The Superintendent Of Indian Affairs, For British Columbia, For & ; Indian Affairs In The North West Territories: Delivered By Hon. Schultz, M.p. In The House Of Commons Of Canada, 31st March, ; Indian Researches, Or, Facts Concerning The North American Indians, Including Notices Of Their Present State Of Improvement.

5 FebruaryVancouver Island House of Assembly, Correspondence Book, Aug to July 6Y g, Archives of British Columbia Memoir no. IV, Victoria,p. 8 Lenihan to Superintendent General of Indian Affairs, 7 NovemberReport of the Deputy Superintendent of Indian Affairs for 18J5, [Ottawa, ], p.

In his capacity as prime minister (, ), Macdonald faced immense challenges in building the new Dominion of Canada. Creating a nation was an arduous task that saw Macdonald play a leading role in negotiating the entrance of new provinces into Confederation, constructing a railway network, taming the “wild” west, and.

In his capacity as British Columbia's first Commissioner for Indian Affairs, Dr. Powell toured many areas of British Columbia inandaccompanied by photographers Richard Maynard, Oregon Hastings, and Edward Dossetter, respectively. The photographs are held in the collections of the Royal British Columbia Museum.

The Atlantic and Pacific Railroad Company's report for the year ending Jshows that $19, of stock has been subscribed and paid in. Grading has been done in the Soledad Pass, Cal., and $8, expended in grading at this pass, to J On Jthe company leased for a term of years the Pacific.

Oregon governor Joseph Lane became the region's first U.S. superintendent of Indian affairs—a full three years after the acquisition of the area by the U.S. Indian land title was guaranteed; however, the Donation Land Act of simultaneously offered acres to every settler in the country—thus stimulating a land rush that dispossessed many Indians.

Office of the Deputy Superintendent General of Indian Affairs: Reports and statements, Office of the Deputy Superintendent General of Indian Affairs: General operational records, – Port Burwell and Toronto [Ontario], Vancouver and Victoria [British Columbia].

Vincent Colyer (– J ) was an American artist noted for his images of the American was a humanitarian who worked with philanthropic and Christian groups; he founded the United States Christian Commission during the American Civil also worked with the U.S.

government to try to help freedmen and Native Americans. l The Schedule of all Indian Reserves (surveyed) in the Province of British Columbia lists 76 reserves in BC prior to confederation and provides the text of the treaties.

The schedule of reserves appears in the Report of the Superintendent for Indian Affairs for British Columbia for and The schedule may have information about.

–– Annual Report of Commissioner of Indian Affairs. – Letter to Elijah Skanadore of Seymour. – February 10th State of New York No. 44 In Assembly (VII Land Claims) – October U.S. Cook. – U.S. Cook. – Annual Report of Commissioner of Indian Affairs. Canadian Deputy Superintendent of Indian Affairs, Duncan Campbell Scott, in Richard Henry Pratt with a student at the Carlisle Indian Industrial School in the s (right).

Scott’s words eerily echo that other well-known quotation by a U.S. administrator, Captain Richard H. Pratt, in “A great general has said that the only. Meacham’s successor, T. Odeneal, made the same recommendation in a report to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs in The "Dreamers" had become "a source of considerable annoyance to the agents at Warm Springs and Umatilla," he wrote.

Efforts to induce them to live on reservations and take up white man’s ways had been ineffectual. Inthe federal Indian Act prohibited Indians throughout Canada from voting or receiving government pensions, and in British Columbia outlawed potlatches, an important aspect of coastal Indian culture and inter-tribal relations.

Columbia River Basin First Nations — the Ktunaxa, for example — did not practice a potlatch ceremony. Bendell, Herman; The Superintendent of Indian Affairs, Arizona Territory, Annual Reports, and ; Arizona [continued]; Herman Bendell; 22/4 Benjamin, Fannie; Fannie Benjamin: Elected California State President of the Rebeccas in ; California; Norton B.

Stern; 41/3. Howe was President of the Privy Council, January 30–Novem Then he officially became Secretary of State for the Provinces, Novem –May 6, (And on December 8, the job of Superintendent-General of Indian Affairs was added to the responsibilities of Secretary of State for the Provinces.) * * * *.

Bruno de Heceta and Juan Francisco de la Bodega y Quadra sail northward, landing and claiming territory at points in present-day Washington and British Columbia. The Continental Congress approves the Articles of Confederation, ambiguously splitting responsibility for Indian affairs between the federal government and the new states.

10 Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairspp. and ; and (Washington, ), p. 13; National Archives (hereafter cited as NA), Microfilm, R A. Meacham to Canby, Jan.

25, 11 Much is yet to be learned about the roles played by several groups of whites in the area. Suggestions have been. Reports of Inspection of the Field Jurisdictions of the Office of Indian Affairs, Washington, DC: National Archives and Records Service, Coe Microfilm E U reels 5, 10, 12, 42, 48, 49, 58, 60 Index: American Indians: A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm Publications.

At the time of Confederation inIndian matters were divided among several administrations. The colonial office in London had transferred legislative authority for Indian policy to the Province of Canada (Canada East and Canada West) inbut had retained final authority over these matters in the Maritime colonies and in British Columbia.¹ Indian policy in Rupert’s Land – from.

Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia – Joseph Trutch; Lieutenant Governor of Manitoba – Alexander Morris; Lieutenant Governor of New Brunswick – Lemuel Allan Wilmot (until November 15) then Samuel Leonard Tilley; Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia – Charles Hastings Doyle (until May 1) then Joseph Howe (May 1 to July 4) then Adams.

/ – Cherrier & Kirwin’s London directory for /73 / – City of London and county of Middlesex gazetteer and / – City of London annual, alphabetical, general, miscellaneous.

Many illustrations and maps in this history of the British Indian Department. Annual Report of the Acting Superintendent of Indian Affairs for Michigan, Made to the Bureau of Indian Affairs at Washington, at the Close of the Fiscal Year, 30th September Detroit, MI: Asahel S.

Bagg, This commission, as finally composed, consisted of A. Meacham, late superintendent Indian affairs for Oregon, L. Dyar, agent for the Klamath agency, and Rev. Thomas, and by direction of the Secretary of the Interior, under date of Mathey were put under the direction of.

Report of the Superintendent of Indian Schools. by hidu. Report Of The Superintendent Of Indian Schools United.

The Oregon Superintendency of Indian Affairs was established in After the Superintendency was abolished in, the agents reported directly to the Office of Indian Affairs in Washington, DC.

Some correspondence continued to be filed under "Oregon" rather than under the names of the individual agencies untilwhen the filing system was changed. Indian Commissioner Walker on Indian Policy: Extract from the Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, November 1, pp.

Download.Letters dating from to relate to anti-Chinese disturbances, the lynching of an Indian in British Columbia by residents of Washington, and the penitentiary at Walla Walla. An uncataloged guide, Interior Department Territorial Papers: Washington,is available in the Special Collections Office and is also filmed on reel one.c Letter of April 3, to Capt.

Rinearson. Oregon Superintendency of Indian AffairsLetter Book E National Archives. [microfilm copy in University of Oregon Library]. d Letter of to George C. Manypenny. Oregon Superintendency of Indian AffairsLetter Book E National Archives.