ItemReceipt for $7.00 for one 5 ft cut saw, and 2 sheep skins.(UNPUBLISHED, 1882-01-02) Anon"Bought of G. W. Carey, Dealer in all kinds of merchandise. All bills payable in Gold Coin. Interest on all accounts after 90 days." ItemStatistics accompanying annual report of 1882.(UNPUBLISHED, 1882-08-21) Price, H.; Wilbur, James H.Two versions of the statistics. Includes such fields as population by tribe, no. of whisky sellers prosecuted and kind and extent of punishment of each, and pounds of butter made. Also includes a separate Piute statistics sheet for school. Item"Statement of value of subsistence issued to Piutes."(UNPUBLISHED, 1882) AnonIncludes the columns period, pounds of flour, value, beef in ths, and value. ItemTenth Census of the United States, Indian Division, District No. 3 Sattas, Sheet No. 3.(U. S. Census, Indian Division, 1880) Olney, Charles1880 Census, Sattas District, including such information as Indian name, occupation, and civil condition. Item"I have asked several regarding Luyillo's wife, and they can give me no information regarding her."(UNPUBLISHED, 1882-06-03) Walker, C. H.Letter saying Walker will continue to inquire into the whereabouts of Luyillo's wife, George Boone left for Fort Simcoe with a horse that doesn't belong to him, and "Captain Smith has gone east on a two months leave of absence which expires June 30". The Piutes will barely be returned until he comes back, as I cannot well leave or the other employes to accompany them." Item"Statement of funds remitted to J. H. Wilbur Ind. Agt. for the 2nd quarters of 1882."(UNPUBLISHED, 1882-06-13) AnonForm showing the statement of funds, $2000 remitted to Wilbur "for purchase of young cattle for Piute Indians, per telegram to Agent this day." ItemReceipt for $3.50 for "bord and lodging" at the Palace Hotel.(UNPUBLISHED, 1882-08-09) Chappell, W. H.Receipt from Wilbur for staying at the Palace Hotel in Goldendale, W. T. Item"Amount of wheat ground for Indians and oathers during December."(UNPUBLISHED, 1883-01-01) AnonIncludes such information as amounts for Indians, amounts for "whites out side," amount on hand barley, flour, and amount fed to hogs. ItemReceipt for $2.50 for "irons on Yakama Indians wagon."(UNPUBLISHED, 1883-01-31) Moody, Z. F.Receipt "to F. W. Skibbe, proprietor of the City Iron Works. Carriage and Wagon Maker. All kinds of machinery manufactured. Iron and brass castings. Repairing done on the shortest notice." ItemAccepting resignation of Agent Wilbur.(UNPUBLISHED, 1882-07-18) Wilbur, James H."Sir: Your resignation as Agent for the Indians of the Yakama Agency in Washington Terr'y, tendered in your letter of the 20th ultimo, has been received and is hereby accepted, by direction of the President, to take effect upon the appointment and qualification of your successor." ItemLetter to the Governor of Idaho Territory asking, on their behalf, what the Piute Indians should do.(UNPUBLISHED, 1882-04-03) Presby, Milton H.The Piutes, "say that they got no rations at the Duck Valley Reservation and they say they will not go back there." ItemCopy of Contract with David Powell.(UNPUBLISHED, 1882-01-01) Wilbur, James H.; Powell, David"...For the consideration of one dollar in hand paid by the party of the second part, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, and a further payment to be made on or before the thirtieth day of June in each year so long as this agreement remains in free of one dollar per head per annum the said party of the first part agrees to permt the cattle of the party of the second part to graze within the boundaries of the Yakama Indian Reservation, the party of the second part to assume all responsibility for the safety of said cattle." ItemStatement of Differences arising on settlement of accounts of James H. Wilbur.(UNPUBLISHED, 1882-05-29) Snow, C. C.; Brown, J. C."Agent renders his regular account balanced, but shows on his account of Miscellaneous moneys a balance due the United States of $134.36. He brought from his account under bond of Aug 30, 1873 a balance due United States of $4,369.04, for which he is still charged under that bond." ItemCopy of Contract with Ben Snipes.(UNPUBLISHED, 1882-01-01) Milroy, R. H.; Snipes, B. E."...For the consideration of one dollar in hand paid by the party of the second part, and a further payment of one thousand dollars grazing tax to be paid on or before the thirtieth day of June in each and every year so long as this agreement shall remain in force, the said party of the first part agrees to permit the cattle of the said Snipes, party of the second part, to graze within the boundaries of the Yakama Indian reservation...." ItemTenth Census of the United States, Indian Division, District No. 3 Sattas, Enumerator's Sheet No. 14, Population.(U. S. Census, Indian Division, 1880) Olney, Charles1880 Census, Sattas District. Information on 16 individuals, including Indian name, English translation of Indian name, and health. ItemA band of Piute Indians have not yet returned to the Duck Valley Reservation.(UNPUBLISHED, 1882-04-25) Neil, Jno. B."...A band of Piute Indians, from the Duck Valley Reservation, under the leadership of an Indian called 'Big Jim,' or 'Capt. Jim," then roaming throughout Owyhee County, I have to satisfy you that these Indians have not yet returned to the reservation to which they belong." ItemCommending Agents and Piutes for industry.(UNPUBLISHED, 1882-05-20) Stevens, E. L.Acting Commissioner writing to Wilbur about the Piute's' progress, "what they have done only shows that they can, under judicious guidance, very soon become self-supporting, and in the not very remote future, become an example worthy of imitation by other Indians."