First edition. Quarto in black pebbled cloth with gilt stamping to spine. [iii-viii] 748pp. Contents. Index. Map. Lengthy report with charts and tables providing extensive, detailed statistics and other information. This important report was published for members of Congress and present a complete governmental record of all events, activities, and general information available during the year 1902 and pertaining to all matters related to the many American Indian tribes. The many reports published in each volume are provided by Commissioners, Tribal and Reservation Agents, Missionaries, Military Officers, State Government Officers, Law Enforcement Officers, Religious Groups, Members of Congress, as well as settlers and other citizens. The scope of this report includes all aspects of interaction with various Indian tribes, with primary emphasis on those west of the Mississippi. This report includes information on education; Indians in white public schools, mission schools, various agreements with the Kaw Indians of Oklahoma and the Five Civilized Tribes in Indian Territory; sale of liquor to Indians; trade among the Osage Indians; Irrigation in the San Ildefonso pueblo, the Navaho Reservation and the Blackfeet Reservation; sale of Indian lands; various logging agencies on Indian reservations; railroads, telephone, telegraph and power lines across Indian lands; settlers on Northern Cheyenne Reservation; Shebit Indians in Utah; Stockbridge and Munsee Indians in Wisconsin; Wenatchi Indians in Washington; etc. Front free fly leaf detached. Light wear to toe and heal of spine along with spine beginning to loosen. Good plus.
Inventory Number: 45344