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CONTAINER LIST

 

Box 1: INSPECTIONS---ARIZONA, Pt. 1

 

1.01: Apache 1920 letter about booklist

 

1.02: Camp Verde 1916-1920 special reports and correspondence with the Supt. of Indian Affairs

 

1.03: Camp Verde 1917-1921 Inspection Reports, 12/12-9/4/17 also correspondence betw. Supt. and Comm. of Indian Affairs.

 

1.04: Camp Verde 1920 Inspection Report, April 2, 1920

 

1.05: Parker 1916 field notes and negatives (Colorado River)

 

1.06: Parker 1917 Inspection Report, June 27, 1917 (Colorado River)

 

1.07: Parker 1918 correspondence and photos (Colorado River)

 

1.08: Parker 1916-1918 corresp. (photos) and field notes (Colorado River)

 

1.09: Parker 1917 complaint and answers also corresp. (Colorado River)

 

1.10: Parker 1918 special reports and telegram (Colorado River)

 

1.11: Phoenix 1916 Inspection Report, July 5, 1916

 

1.12: Phoenix 1915-1917 photos and correspondence: exhibits

 

1.13: Phoenix 1917 Inspection Report, June 23, 1917

 

1.14: Phoenix 1916-1920 correspondence and exhibits

 

1.15: Phoenix 1919-1920 correspondence about Superintendent's illness

 

1.16: Phoenix 1916 investigation into complaints about Supt. Brown

 

1.17: Phoenix 1916 exhibit of Brown investigation

 

1.18: Papago 1916-1917 field notes and correspondence about illness

 

1.19: Papago 1919 Inspection Report, May 15, 1919

 

1.20: Papago 1920 Inspection Report, August 3, 1920

 

1.21: Papago 1920 corresp. about J. C. Carpenter and general corresp.

 

1.22: Papago 1919-1920 observations about the Papago Indians; corresp. re health and general corresp.

 

1.23: Sacaton 1921 exhibits from Inspection Report, March 1921

 

BOX 2: INSPECTIONS---ARIZONA; CALIFORNIA; NEBRASKA

 

2.01: San Carlos 1915 report about schools, December 22, 1915

 

2.02: San Carlos 1915 report about ranges and stock affairs, September 21, 1915

 

2.03: San Carlos 1915 exhibits for report

 

2.04: San Carlos 1915 Inspection Report, December 11, 1915

 

2.05: San Carlos 1916 exhibits from report on December 8, 1916

 

2.06: San Carlos 1917 Inspection Report, January 27, 1917

 

2.07: San Carlos 1917-1919 correspondence, general business

 

2.08: San Carlos 1919 corresp. to and concerning Mr. J. J. Terell, Inspector

 

2.09: San Carlos 1919 photos

 

2.10: San Carlos 1919 field notes and corresp. and report on industrial conditions

 

2.11: San Carlos 1919 Inspection Report, July 21, 1919

 

2.12: San Carlos 1919 exhibits for report, July 21, 1919

 

2.13: San Carlos 1919 nitrate negatives and field notes

 

2.14: Hoopa [Calif.] 1918 correspondence and report July 8, 1918 on complaints of Hoopa Valley Indians also field notes

 

2.15: Hoopa 1918 exhibits and corresp. concerning complaints made by Indians

 

2.16: Hoopa 1919-1920 reports and exhibits on complaints made by Richard Walter F. Mohr against Supt. Mortsoff

 

2.17: Bishop 1919-1920 Field notes and corresp. concerning Indian employment

 

2.18: Bishop 1919-1920 correspondence between Sweet and Supt.

 

2.19: Bishop 1920 Report of January 28, 1920

 

2.20: Winnebago [Nebr.]1915 report of March 31, 1915

 

2.21: Winnebago 1915 Report on the health of the Indians and general corresp.

 

2.22: Winnebago 1915 proceedings of the Winnebago Indian Council

 

BOX 3: INSPECTIONS---OKLAHOMA; OREGON; UTAH; WASHINGTON

 

3.01: Sac & Fox 1914-1915 field notebook

 

3.02: Sac & Fox 1914-1915 copies of the "Indian Scout" and Preliminary Reports

 

3.03: Sac & Fox 1914-1915 notebook and proceedings of a meeting held 4-20-15

 

3.04: Sac & Fox 1914-1915 school census taken November 30, 1914

 

3.05: Sac & Fox 1914-1915 stmts. concerning Mr. William Hoxie, Acting Principal

 

3.06: Sac & Fox 1914-1915 Inspection Report, April 29, 1915

 

3.07: Sac & Fox 1914-1915 Report on Teaching Methods at Sac & Fox

 

3.08: Sac & Fox 1914-1915 duplicate of proceedings of April 20, 1915

 

3.09: Sac & Fox 1914-1915 correspondence about a "bastardly suit" filed by an indian woman against an agency employee

 

3.10: Klamath [Ore.]1913 general correspondence

 

3.11: Klamath 1917 Inspection Report, September 12, 1917

 

3.12: Klamath 1917 general business correspondence

 

3.13: Klamath 1917 Proceedings of council meeting with the Klamath Indians held August 27, 1917, also field notes

 

3.14: Klamath 1917 general correspondence

 

3.15: Klamath 1917 Report of Clayton Kirk on tribal investigation and corresp.

 

3.16: Klamath 1917-1920 report of cattle thefts on the reservations

 

3.17: Shivwits [Utah] 1916 Inspection Report, August 30, 1916

 

3.18: Shivwits 1916-1918 general info and corresp. regarding Shivwits

 

3.19: Shivwits 1916-1919 special report, 11-13-16 and general corresp.

 

3.20: Shivwits 1919 Report of December 18, 1919 and field notes

 

3.21: Shivwits 1917-1918 reports and correspondence on Jurisdiction

 

3.22: Tohalah [Wash.] 1918 Report on Fishing interest dated July 15, 1918 and general corresp.

 

BOX 4: INVESTIGATIONS---ARIZONA (Apache; Yuma; Navaho)

 

4.01: Ft. Apache 1915-1917 special reports on miscellaneous problems June 26, 1915; December 25, 1915; January 12, 1916

 

4.02: Ft. Apache 1915 Report on "Alleged Graft," June 24, 1915

 

4.03: Ft. Yuma 1916-1917 report on Sherman Institute and general corresp.

 

4.04: Ft. Yuma 1916-1917 ex. of children's work and complaints against employees

 

4.05: Ft. Yuma 1916-1917 corresp. looking into complaints about employees

 

4.06: Ft. Yuma 1916-1917 corresp. concerning employee problems, liquor problems

 

4.07: Ft. Yuma 1916-1917 general correspondence about Fort Yuma problems

 

4.08: Kalibab 1916-1917 correspondence about a bobcat skin

 

4.09: Kalibab 1920 field notes and exhibits

 

4.10: Kalibab 1919-1920 report dated December 16, 1919 (March 19, 1920)

 

4.11: Navajo 1920-1921 corresp. about land title through the Gnrl Land Office

 

4.12: Navajo 1920-1921 complaints about government employees

 

4.13: Navajo 1920 investigation report, December 1, 1920

 

4.14: Navajo 1920 exhibits and field notes

 

4.15: Navajo 1920 exhibits

 

4.16: Navajo 1920 exhibits and a memo on the charges

 

4.17: Navajo 1920 exhibits

 

4.18: Navajo 1920 exhibits

 

BOX 5: INVESTIGATIONS---ARIZONA (Pima; Rice)

 

5.01: Pima 1916 complaints against government employees and exhibits

 

5.02: Pima 1916 special investigation, October 27, 1916

 

5.03: Pima 1916 exhibits

 

5.04: Pima 1916 photos

 

5.05: Pima 1916-1919 daily milk & feed records for January, February, March

 

5.06: Pima 1919 correspondence with Presbyterian Indian Mission

 

5.07: Pima 1919-1921 affidavits about Mr. Ambrose Johnson

 

5.08: Pima 1919-1921 miscellaneous correspondence

 

5.09: Pima 1920 Files and comments about the general operating atmosphere at Pima including price break downs

 

5.10: Pima 1920 recommendation for improvements at Pima Day School

 

5.11: Pima 1921 Special Investigation, April 4, 1921

 

5.12: Pima 1921 field notes & telegrams of dismissal in middle of investigation

 

5.13: Pima 1921 exhibits

 

5.14: Pima 1921 witness reports

 

5.15: Pima 1921 claims by Dr. Hughes and exhibit A

 

5.16: Pima 1921 duplicate copy of the investigation of April 4, 1921

 

5.17: Pima 1920-1921 corresp. and telegrams concerning the investigation

 

5.18: Sacaton 1919 correspondence with Supt. Haygood (Pima)

 

5.19: Sacaton 1919 complaints about schools under (Pima) supt.'s control

 

5.20: Rice 1916-1918 charges against Supt. Perkins

 

5.21: Rice 1916-1918 efficiency report of Rice employees and a letter requesting an investigation

 

5.22: Rice 1915-1917 special report on Rice, August 24, 1916; also affidavits and correspondence

 

5.23: Rice 1919 complaints and a report, June 21, 1919

 

5.24: Rice & San Carlos1917 complaints about both schools and a report

 

BOX 6: INVESTIGATIONS---ARIZONA; CALIFORNIA

 

6.01: San Carlos 1914-1917 reports of incidences on the reservation

 

6.02: San Carlos 1915-1917 correspondence about incidences on the reservation

 

6.03: San Carlos n.d. cattle range map of San Carlos Reservation

 

6.04: San Carlos 1915 personal records and invoice prices on reservation

 

6.05: San Carlos 1915 complaints and suggestions concerning livestock

 

6.06: San Carlos 1915-1919 Corresp. regarding complaints about San Carlos

 

6.07: San Carlos 1916 Special Report August 18-23, 1916

 

6.08: San Carlos 1917-1919 corresp. about problems and people at San Carlos

 

6.09: Tuba 1920 exhibits and complaint against Superintendent

 

6.10: Campo [Calif.]1915-1916 special report and exhibits, October 18, 1916

 

6.11: Campo 1919 report of September 29, 1919

 

6.12: Malki 1918 exhibits and special investigations report, May 1, 1916

 

6.13: Malki 1918 exhibits and special report, September 28-30, 1916

 

6.14: Malki 1920 report of April 1, 1920

 

6.15: Mission 1920-1921 correspondence investigation into the Raker Billand (Collett) Indian Court of claims

 

6.16: Palm Springs 1916 correspondence dealing with the Coggeshall investigation

 

6.17: Sherman Inst. 1920 correspondence dealing with Indian schools

 

6.18: Sherman Inst. 1920 report of February 25, 1920

 

6.19: Sherman Inst. 1920 exhibits and reports on Givlsin the outlying districts, July 19, 1919-January 20, 1920

 

6.20: Sherman Inst. 1920 exhibits

 

6.21: Sherman Inst. 1920 field notes

 

6.22: Soboba 1920-1921 corresp. re arrest and confinement of an Indian at Soboba

 

6.23: Soboba 1920-1921 exhibits and correspondence about case

 

6.24: Soboba 1920-1921 corresp. and formal charge against Supt. Hoffman

 

6.25: Soboba 1920-1921 correspondence trying to free the Indian

 

6.26: Soboba 1920-1921 case brief and correspondence with lawyers

 

BOX 7: INVESTIGATIONS---IDAHO; NEW MEXICO; WASHINGTON

 

7.01:Coeur d' Alene 1918 corresp. having to do with question of railway right of way

 

7.02: Pueblo Bonito [N. Mex] 1915 field notes

 

7.03: Pueblo Bonito 1915 gnrl. correspondence and information about the reservation

 

7.04: Pueblo Bonito 1915 complaint, affidavits and correspondence dealing with charges against the Agency Doctor

 

7.05: Pueblo Bonito 1915 affidavits concerning complaints about the Agency Doctor

 

7.06: Pueblo Bonito 1915 corresp. containing the action and reaction pertaining to the above complaint

 

7.07: Pueblo Bonito 1915 recommendations of action

 

7.08: Pueblo Bonito 1915 photos

 

7.09:Yakima [Wash.]1918 Investigation corresp. and notes on grazing procedure

 

7.10:Yakima 1918 report of duties and memorandas on grazing procedures

 

7.11:Yakima 1918 special investigation report, November 18, 1918

 

7.12: Crickenberger Investigation:1920 photos

 

7.13: Crickenberger Investigation: 1920 interrogatories and affidavits

 

7.14: Crickenberger Investigation:1920 stmt. of John H. Crickenberger

 

7.15: Goodell Investigation: 1917 affidavits and corresp. dealing with the investigation on Goodell's mental condition

 

7.16: Goodell Investigation: report on Goodell's mental condition April 21, 1917

 

7.17: Goodell Investigation: reports by others on Goodell's mental condition

 

7.18: Lay Investigation: 1920-1921 correspondence

 

7.19: Lay Investigation: 1920-1921 complaits against Rev. Dirk Lay

 

7.20: Lay Investigation: 1920-1921 affidavits and petitions against Dirk Lay

 

7.21: Lay Investigation: 1920-1921 report of 5-27-20 and affidavits

 

Box Eight: ROLLER INVESTIGATION, 1918-1919

 

8.01: Report to U.S. Attorneys office about information needed for U.S. v. M.F. Roller

 

8.02: Correspondence with the U.S. Attorneys Office

 

8.03: Correspondence about the Roller case

 

8.04: Affidavits and exhibits

 

8.05: Affidavits and exhibits #2

 

8.06: Government vouchers in question during Roller case

 

8.07: 1919 review of case and exhibits

 

8.08: 1919 exhibit and pamphlet on forgery

 

8.09: 1919 field notes

 

BOX 9: CORRESPONDENCE, 1915-1920

 

9.01: 1905-1921 Anti-Saloon League

 

9.02: 1915 re: assignments

 

9.03: 1915 political activity of Supt. and guidelines for making an investigation

 

9.04: 1915 re: photos

 

9.05: 1916 re: photos

 

9.06: 1916 daughter's sickness and movements within the district

 

9.07: 1916 re: Mr. Harry Rye request for a car

 

9.08: 1916-1917 complaint about a train bagman, procedures & other gnl business

 

9.09: 1916-1919 re: assignments

 

9.10: 1916-1920 re: employment

 

9.11: 1917 C.L. Chester Motion Pictures about a film on life; other business

 

9.12: 1917 part of a letter about jurisdiction, efficiency and problems within the Bureau in Washington

 

9.13: 1917 re: photos

 

9.14: 1917 re: employment

 

9.15: 1917-19 re: stenographers

 

9.16: 1918 re: photos

 

9.17: 1918 re: per diem expenses and yearly allowances

 

9.18: 1918 re: transportation

 

9.19: 1918-1919 re: generator problems with the car

 

9.20: 1918-1919 re: speedometer patent

 

9.21: 1918-1919 re: patent information from U.S. Patent Office

 

9.22: 1919 Cato Sells, Comm. of Indian Affairs, dealing with misc. problems

 

9.23: 1919 re: son's sickness and transportation; controversy at Colorado River between Sweet and Supt. Duelos

 

9.24: 1919 re: status as inspector

 

9.25: 1919 re: per diem expenses and misc. business

 

9.26: 1919 J.O. Barnd [sic], Day School Inspector

 

9.27: 1919-1920 J.O. Barnd, Day School Inspector

 

9.28: 1919-1920 re: photos

 

BOX 10: CORRESPONDENCE, 1919-1921

 

10.01: 1919-1921 re: travel

 

10.02: 1919-1921 re: assignments

 

10.03: 1920 re: personal

 

10.04: 1920 J.O. Barnd, Day School Inspector

 

10.05: 1920 J.O. Barnd, Day School Inspector; outline for teaching 3rd grade

 

10.06: 1921 re: Sweet dismissal - personal

 

10.07: 1921 re: Sweet dismissal - appeals for help

 

10.08: 1921 personal

 

10.09: 1921 re: personal business interests

 

10.10: 1922 re: car lease

 

10.11: 1923 Bureau of Indian Affairs concerning settlement of an account

 

10.12: 1924 re: account deficit

 

10.13: 1925 re: copy of Sweet's bond as an Indian Inspector

 

10.14: 1926 re: reopening account and a statement of the deficit of Sweet's account

 

BOX 11: FINANCIAL RECORDS; INDIAN EDUCATION---MISC. TOPICS

 

11.01: 1915-1916 Transportation stubs

 

11.02: 1915-1917 Receipts for photo expenses

 

11.03: 1915-1921 Expense account - travel expense notebook

 

11.04: 1916-1919 Travel stubs

 

11.05: 1917-1919 Transportation stubs

 

11.06: 1918 Miscellaneous receipts

 

11.07: 1918-1920 Correspondence and receipts for Dodge

 

11.08: 1919 Statements of Disbursing account

 

11.09: 1918-1920 Personal Income Tax Records

 

11.10: 1921 Personal loan and insurance papers

 

11.11: 1927 Indian Art and Industries

 

11.12: 1927 Education of Indians

 

11.13: 1927 The American Indian in the World War

 

11.14: 1927 Indian home life

 

11.15: 1928 Indian Missions of the United States

 

11.16: 1929 Indian stories for young folks

 

11.17: 1929 The Havasupai Indian Agency, Arizona

 

11.18: n.d. Childrens' Art

 

11.19: 1916 Unidentified letters (probably from children) and photos

 

11.20: n.d. Unidentified notes (Phoenix ?, Pala ?)

 

11.21: n.d. Unidentified notes and negs (Phoenix ?)

 

11.22: n.d. Unidentified notes and negs (Pima ? Lay investigation ?)

 

11.23: n.d. Unsorted notes and exhibits (Pala ? Phoenix ? Soboba ?)

 

11.24: n.d. Portrait of Interior Secretary Lane

 

11.25: n.d. Unidentified negs

 

11.26: n.d. Photo catalogs

 

BOX 12: PHOTOS & NEGATIVES

 

12.01: Photos 1-45

 

12.02: Photos 46-75

 

12.03: Photos 76-105

 

12.04: Photos 106-113

 

12.05: Negs 1-20

 

12.06: Negs 21-41

 

12.07: E.M. Sweet Photos, 1986 [13]; E.M. Sweet Photos, 1991 [14]