List of Officers Connected with the United States Indian Service
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List Of Officers Connected With The United States Indian Service, Including Agents, Superintendents, Inspectors, Special Agents, And Supervisors Of Indian Schools.
[Corrected to February 20, 1902.]
- William A. Jones, Commissioner 1334 Vermont avenue
- A. Clarke Tonner, Assistant Commissioner 1916 Sixteenth street N W.
- Miss Estelle Reel, superintendent of Indian schools Arlington Hotel
Chiefs Of Divisions.
- Samuel E. Slater 1415 S street NW,
- Chas. F. Larrabee 1514 Twenty-first street NW.
- Chas. H. Dickson. 201 A street SE.
- Josiah H. Dortch 2931 Fifteenth street N W.
- Lewis Y. Ellis 101 Eleventh street SE.
- M. S. COOK, stenographer in charge 1328 Twelfth street NW.
- Walter H. Graves Colorado
- Cyrus Beede Iowa
- James McLaughlin North Dakota
- J. George Wright South Dakota
- Charles F. Nesler New Jersey
- Arthur M. Tinker Massachusetts
- James E. Jenkins Iowa
- Samuel L. Taggart Iowa
- Eugene MacComas Illinois
- Daniel W. Manchester Ohio
- Charles S. McNicnols Arizona
- Frank M. Conser Ohio
Supervisors Of Indian Schools.
- Albert O. Wright Wisconsin
- Edwin L. Chalcraft Washington
- Millard F. Holland Maryland
- John Charles (Construction) Wisconsin
- Egbert M. Pringle (Engineering) Missouri
Superintendents Of Indian Warehouses.
- Koger C. Spooner 235 Johnson Street, Chicago, Ill.
- Louis L. Bobbins 77 And 79 Wooster Street, New York, N. Y.
- Richard C. Jordan 815 And 817 Howard Street, Omaha, Nebr.
Superintendent Insane Asylum, Canton, S. Dak.
- Oscar S. Gifford South Dakota
Members Of The Board Of Indian Commissioners, With Their Post-Office Addresses.
- Darwin K. James, Chairman 226 Gates Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
- Merrill E. Gates, Secretary 1429 New York Avenue, Washington, D. C.
- Albert K. Smiley Mohonk Lake, N. Y.
- E. Whittlesey 1429 New York Avenue, Washington, D. C.
- William D. Walker Buffalo, N. Y.
- William H. Lyon 170 New York Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
- Joseph T. Jacobs Peninsular Bank Building, Detroit, Mich.
- Philip C. Garrett Logan Post-Office, Philadelphia, Pa.
- Henry B. Whipple F Faribault, Minn.
- William M. Beardshear Ames, Iowa
Secretaries Of Missionary Societies Engaged In Educational Work Among The Indians.
- (American) Baptist Home Mission Society: Rev. T. J. Morgan, D. D., Ill Fifth avenue, New York City.
- Baptist (Southern): Rev. I. Tichenor, D. D., and Rev. F. C. McConnell, Atlanta, Ga.
- Catholic (Roman) Bureau of Indian Missions: Rev. William H. Ketcham, 941 F street NW., Washington, D. C.
- (Congregational) American Missionary Association: Rev. F. P. Woodbury, D. D., Fourth avenue and Twenty-second street, New York City.
- Episcopal Church Mission: Rev. A. S. Lloyd, D. D., 281 Fourth Avenue, New York City.
- Friends Yearly Meeting: Joseph J. Janney, 104 South Charles street, Baltimore, Md.
- (Friends Orthodox) Associated Executive Committee of Friends on Indian Affairs: E. M. Wistar, 905 Provident Building, Philadelphia, Pa.
- Methodist Missionary Society: Rev. A. B. Leonard and Rev. H. K. Carroll, 150 Fifth avenue, New York City.
- Methodist Episcopal Church (Southern): Rev. W. R. Lambuth and Rev. J. H. Pritchett, Nashville, Tenn.
- Mennonite Mission: Rev. A. B. Shelly, Quakertown, Pa.
- (Moravian Mission) The Society for Propagating the Gospel: Rev. M. W. Leibert, Bethlehem, Pa.
- Presbyterian Board of Home Missions: Rev. Charles L. Thompson, D. D. , 156 Fifth avenue, New York City.
- Presbyterian (Southern) General Assembly’s Home Missions: Rev. S. L. Morris, Atlanta, Ga. Deceased.