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i 1,880



2,040



2,100



331



1,1UU



800



1,774



426



890



1,778



1,000



667



160



1,810



1,200



567



970



831



170



1,864



1,198



eSOO



602



192



35



60



74



46



26



58



40



ibfilstence
Iby—



10



dO



60



25



60



13



88



20



15



17



10



50



12



10



a Buildings Infected by smallpox were burned.
(> Overestimated last year,
o Not reported.



Digitized by LjOOQ IC



BELiaiOUS, VITAL, AND OBHONAL STATISTICS. 645

of Indians^ and rdiffUmSj vUalf and criminal slalisUcB — Continued.



Religiotu.



Miaslona-
ries.



II



Amount contrib-
uted by religious
societies.



-a



I



Marital.



■ Vital. j



Criminal.



Indian criminals
punished.



r



21



10



22



110

M,088
296



26



19



tlO^SOO
5,868



•8,100



6,202



841



766



26



14,000



4,868



10



14



11



74



26



87



89



294



82



87



21



40



1,117



26



(c) 8



761



28.712



11,696



6,816



9,868



1,000



66



6,819 16



164



80



76



197



28



76



26



11



1,500 2



60 76



tfFrom United States census of 1900.

« Old shanties and huts hitherto reported have been omitted.



Digitized by LjOOQ IC



646 POPULATION, CIVILIZATION,

Statistics rdaimg to population, dress, inteUigenct, dwellings, and subsisUnce



Name of agency and tribe.



f



Civilizaaon.



Citizen's drete.



M
^






Jl



11



Per cent of sabaisteDce
obtained by—



It



UTAH— continned.
Under teacher at St. Oeorge.



In northero part of State

ShivwltB

Kalbab at Cedar City

Palate at Kanoah.Oraas Valley, and
Eabblt Valley



WA8HINOTON.

OoMne Agency.

OoBord'Altoe

Columbia (Moees* band)

Colvllle

Kalispel

Lake

Lower Spokan

Nez Peiod (Joseph's band)

Okinasan

Sanpoiiand Nespelim

Upper and Middle Spokan on

CoBurd'Aldne Reserve

Upper and Middle Spokan on 8po-

juuiBeserve



Neah Bay Agency.



Hoh

Makah...
Oiette....
Qnilente.



PuyaUup Agency, UTider school su-
perintendcnL

Ohehalis

Qeorgretown

HumptuUp

Quairao

Qoinaielt

Nlsqnam

PoViUlup

Skiallam, at Jamestown

Sklallam, at Port Gamble

Skokomish

Squaxon



Tutalip Agency, under echoolmprr-
intendenL

Lommi

Mnckleshoot

Suqoampsh or Port Madison

Crow

Cherokee

Swinomish

Tnlalip (Dwamish)



Yaktma Agency.

Yakima (fourteen confederated
tribes.)



100
184
80

260



496
819
296
150
806
874
128
675
400



67
882
46



149
115
19
60
137
163

bas

221

84
178
86



354
150
160
1
1
287
465



2,318



Not under an agent

Nooksak

Wenatchl, near Wenatchee River. .

a Some houses destroyed by forest fires.



d200

'tiee



184



496
819
296



306
374



675



88
181



149



153
633
221

84
178
62



864

160



162



287
465



800



184



67



180
19
50



160
60
70



80



128



70
96
20
176



90
170



220



76
105
20
90



40



23



860



106

116

80
260
126
41
76
12



160
63



66



100
128



1,600



400



142

266

180
400
200
64
90
44



295
98



100



240
233



800



a86
62



200



29

107

80
103
116
15
40
18



67
100



25



100
96

100
86
26
90

100
25



76



76



10



J if> Not reported.



BEUGIOUS, VITAL, AND OBIHIKAL STATISTICS.
of IndianSf and religious^ viialy and criminal statistics — Continued.



647



Religious.



Marital.



Vital.



Criminal.



MiflBiona-
ries.



Amoant contrib-
uted byreligiooB
societies.



I



xi



Indian criminals
punished.



12



256
52
165



tl4,000



6,000



140
215



I.



180



•600



226
8
30
42



5,000



800
'575'



215
115



60



868



(«)



9
6



(*)



9

7

2
22
7
7
5
2



(^)



16



18



10



80



I



Google



o Building burned.



d Taken from report of last yeuri



648 POPULATION, CIVILIZATION,

StaiisUcs relating to populationj dress, irUeUigencej dwellings, and subsiaUnee



Name of a^ncy and tribe.



I



CivilizaUon.



Citisen'sdieflB.



i



ja



Per cent of sabeistence
obtained by —






WISCONSIN.

Oreen Bay Agency,



Menominee

Stockbridire ftnd Monsee.



Under tchool tuperintendenL
Oneida

La Pointe Agency.



Chippewa at—

Bad River

Bois Fort, Minn

Fond da Lac

Grand Port^e

Lac Courte Oreille .
Lao du Flambeau. .

Red Cliff

Rice Lake



Under Wittenberg gchool superin^
tenaent.



Winnebago

WYOMING.

8ho9honi Agency,

Arapaho

Shoshoni (or Snake)



MISCELLANEOUS.



Miami, in Indiana

Old Town Indians, in Maine .



1,299
538



1,977



778



1,145
756
287
191



1,877



828
800



b24S
«y410



1,299
588



1,977



778



1,145
755
287



760
538



1,000



575
140
500
200
600
275
201



800



1,800



600
180
700
250
650
550
225



382
69



880



244
158
110

65
251
180

74



669



780
750



187



207
205



294
280



270



100



30



17 17
2 8
12 1 13

17
12



aSO



88



80



a Sale of timber.



b From United States censna of 1900.



SUMMARY.

Population, excloslye of Indians in Alaska 270,2S8

Exdusive of Five CivUued Tribet,

Popnlation 185,788

Indians who wear citizen's dress:

Wholly 102,180

In part 41,844

Indians who can read 47,081

Indians who can use English enough for ordinary purposes 62,616

Dwelling houses occupied by Indians 26,6S9

Missionaries (not reported as "Teachers" in school statistics):

Male..... 2K

Female 141

Church members, Indians (communicants) a 27,244

Church buildings S6S

ContrlbutedbyStateof New York for education 820,181



a Only partially reported.



Digitized by LjOOQ IC






BBLIGIOUS, VITAL, AND CRIMINAL STATISTICS.
of Indians^ and religums, vital, and criminal statistics — Continued.



649







20
665
200
200

70
190












80
23
17
19
16
11


42 1








58


1
1
1

2

1


......

""2


2
1
3
8
1






5
2

9


......


7

18
28
28
8






2


1






















35
6
14




17










88


3,275


1,800


6








12








8

} ^


4
2


60
400


2
2


3,600
8,800


3,600
4,600


8

8




54

f 21
1 28


49

15

28




18






2

























































































o Taken from report of last year.

SUMMARY— Ck)ntlnued.

Contributed by rellgiotis societies and other parties:

Foredncationa $415,857

For church work and other purposes a $112, 686

Formal marriages among Indians 1,111

Divorces granted Indians 98

Blrthsa 4,742

Deathsa 4,728

Suicides 8

Indian criminals punished:

By courts of Indian offenses 1, 361

By civil courts 537

By other methods 160

Whisky sellers prosecuted 477

cThis includes $78,403 not contained in foregoing tables, being amounts contributed to the following
schools: Carlisle, Pa., $5,440; Lincoln Institution, Philadelphia, Pa., $10,000; Hampton. Va., $18,663,
taken from report of last year; Tucson, Ariz., $21,000; Bernalillo, N. Mex., $6,000; and in California,
Banning, $10,000; St. Turibius, $^, and San Diego, $6,700.



Digitized by LjOOQ IC



650 STATISTICS OP Iin)IAN LANDS, CBOPS, STOCK, AND LABOB.



Statistics relating to cultivation of lands, crops raised j sto^



Name of axency
and tribe.



Lands.



a .






M



Fence.






I §5



Mohave on reserve.

Mohave and Che-
mehuevl at Fort
Mohave

Fort Apache Agency.

White Mountain
Apache



Under Momii school
mperinundent.

Hopi (Moqui) and
Navaho

Navaho Agency.

Navaho

Pima Agency.

Maricopa, Papago,
and Pima

San Carlos Agency.

Apachel>

Underfarmer.

Papago, San Xavier
Reser



Reserve & .



Under industrial
teacher.



iflupai.
^pai...



Havami]

Walai



Under Western Nav-
aho school super-
intendenL

Hopi (Moqui). Nav
ano, and Paiute . .

CALIFORNIA.

Underfarmer.
Digger



Ilupa VdUey Agency,
under school super-
intendent.

Hupab



Mission Tule River
Agency.

Mission

Tule River



"c277


^^'iSi


d200




1.067


56


2,000




08,000




4,000




2,460


76


1,230


80


200
70


25
10


500


100


25


25


1,200


30


2,500
125





Rods.
100' 900



d270



1,000



10,000



270



500



7,000, 40D



80 8,020| 2,100



150'
30,



200



15G
70



640



1,600 75



8,000
260



Cropa raised during year.



Bush.



86



Bush
100



d50



50



{^)



1,200



112i



325



4,400



Bush.



900



700



16,667
2,129 1,785

3,300 1,200



40



900 5.060



1,000



Bush.
8,000



800 1,
1,200

20,000....
8,000

18
1,500

400



1,200
50



40



O200



700



Bti



«2,



1,


















B


tA


5


&


A







60


Lbs,


Hb




50

76

l80

100

20

4





8

100
160


400



aTaken from report of last year.
^Shortage in crops due to drought.

c Overestimated in 1901. e Less land fanned, more land leAsed.

/ Erroneously reported in 1901. y^^^^^ uy ^^ ^ ^<3 ^^



d Little fanning, owing to failure of Oolondo
River to overflow.



STATISTTOS OF INDIAN LANDS, 0BOF8, STOCK, AND LABOR. 651
ijumed by Indians and miscellaneous prodticis of Indian labor.























291




















72


5







1,000 200 1,000



1,941



400



186



14,896



1,150



2,700



20
300



100



87



sac



200



811



405



60



180



2,600



2,188



809



726



2,612



80,887

8,000
4,



10,987



12,209



117
1,000



2,686



1,891

2,600
186



6,000



18,620



450
1,000



20,100



2281 1,0001



6,484



4,720



47,260



6,280



2,620



it
2,012



7,200



196 6



811



1,866



8,000



4,000



1,004



300



1,000



246 0450



1,000 8,000 1,440 0684 217 3.000

60 , 1 1,600 720' 260l 160 76 1,000.... 10



6,600



380,000



60



600



14.000



67,000



60



10,000 6,000 100....



1,000



5,000.



10



1,00(



1,400" 2



26



40



60



75



.... 4



160



100



400



650



1,400



200



25 820



Digitized by LjOOQ IC



652 STATISTICS OF INDIAN LANDS, 0B0P8, STOCK, AND LABOR.

StaJtMcs relating to cultivation of landsj crops raised, stock oimtd



Name of agency
and tribe.








%

B


CAUFORNIA— con.

Bound Valley
Aaency, under
8chool8up€rintendr
ent.

Concow, Little
Lake, Redwood,
Nomelaki, Pit
River. Wallaki,
and Yukl


60


"^'50


6,000
100


' 825
160


^T99

60

100
83

325

24
12
16
17
31
49
60
59


"3,15)
100


"2,600
100


"1,000
100


"6,500

60




8,15)


Ubs.
IdD


Under school super-
intendent

YTinift


Near IbH BidweU
School.

Palate and Pit River








COLORADO.

Southern Vie Agency.

Capote, Moache,
and Wimlnuche
Ute


1,000

2,500

1,201
13,100

198

TiO
e220

4(U
i,69S
1,7S3
1,742

925

800


200

100

222
300

5
14

6


6,000

11,600

1,813
29,000

4,288
3,440
2,300


1,900

2,240

1,243
3,000

160

'"'ieo

1,000

2,610

170

1,630

960


2,600

o7,000

1,350
20,000

2,746
2,100
e240

730
3,380

300
1,300
7,200

250


7,600

08,000

4,130
10,800

50
360

""■773

2,135

782

950

2,195


100
clOO

150

5,200
8,725
2,390
15,150
86,000
26,482
17,848
11,654

6,800


865

c3,125

12,438
1,600

964

800

450

1,545

955

873

1,189

2,640


2,800
'""126

"so

605
162

"*45i


350

6,000

S42
8,900

110
112


200


IDAHO.

Fort Hall Agency.

Bannock and Sho-
shoni


Lemhi Agency.

Bannock, Sheep-
eater, and Sho-
shoni


JVes Pcrci Agency.
Nez Perc6


1


INDIAN TERRITORY.

Quapaw Agency,
under school super-
intendent.

Eastern Shawnee . . .
Miami


1


Modoc


280i 1S5


Ottawa


113' 2.630


Peoria


210 fi. 4^10


892 760


Quapaw

Seneca


488
35
28


2,500
4,407
8,849

03,000


660
130
132

50


1.6®
720


Wyandot


2,490


IOWA.

Sac and Foz Agency.

Sac and Fox of Mis-
sissippi





a Taken from rej
c Over estimal



•It of last year,
in 1901.



e Less land farmed, more land leased.
/ CropvS ruined 6y flood.



ogle



STATISTICS OF INDIAN LANDS, CROPS, STOCK, AND LABOR. 653
bf/ IndianSy and miscellaneoiLs prodiicls of Indian labor — ContinuetL



Miscellaneous products of Indian labor. |


Stock owned by Indians.






Freight
transported


Value of prod-'


c




■t : -




by Indians
with their
own t«ams.


Indian labor ^-
difjpoeed of. i ^ .




^ 1 «








fl c




Lumber sa
Lumber m


1


o
6
<




if

oS


1

1

a

o


a

2

o
S




Mfl-


if/!.


Cimi.


MVbs.












2,000




1,400


165


1,650


$1,500


^,000


520








1,500
250






850


7,500


337


20| 1 1








87o




400














75






765




1,426


160




3,500


2,00






75






12.501


86,500
1,000


4; 000


2,800










175


57


I
1

4»3 1-140


1,981
7,010

71








200




80






800




3,000
22


800






1




130








1,233


95








165
159
272




1


3,500' 84


755
SO
101
141
238


145

110
167










1


825
4,750
9,936
7,609


65
69
178
262
















2 288
5








840


26




i.sie:




634


2




66 16, 632
6 35' 466






12, WO


2X5


800
209


735
431








; 600


5,970 205


52


12






540








1.200


300


18


90







Roads.



s









660



70



320

56
60



4,0381
12 2,638



800



7
14
86



85



Digitized by LjOOQ IC



654 STATISTICS OF INDIAN LANDS, CROPS, STOCK, AND LABOB.

Statistics rdoHng to cuUiixUion of Umds, crops raised, stock owned







Lands.


i^ Crops raised during year.




Name of agency
and tribe.


11






1




it

5_






1


1


KANBA8.






Potawatomi and
Qreat Nemaha










Agency,
Iowa


Acres.

1,000

900

4,680

«80


Acres.


11,000 160
19,000 200

40,000 inoo


Bush.
38
36

135

a 15


Bush.
8,000


Bush.
1,600


Bush.
20,000
6,000

98,600

12,000


Bush.
880
475

2,816

460




Zbiw.

100

75

8,000

76


Lbs.


Kickapoo

Potawatomi, Prairie
Band


100






78nl


Sac and Fox of Mi8-
Bouri


9,000


340


3,000


1,000




MINNXBOTA.


























Leech Lake Agency.


























Chippewa of Red


290
400


16


8,000
400










4,600
800


14,700
6,586




1,200
1,800


200


White Oak Point
MifflisBippi Chip-
pewa; Ca«8,Win-
nibigOBhiflh and
Leech Lake Pil-
lager Chippewa. . .

White Earth Agency.




140






























Chippewa ..,


6,075


347


48,560


5,000


619


15,000


58,000


600


9,250


8,000


20,000


c26,170


MONTANA.


























Blackfeet Agency.


























Piegan


500


500


50,000




1




1,500




8,810




8,000


2,00ol


Oroio Agency.


























Crow


5,500


500


28,250


13,000


250


20,000


5,000


ddOO


8,600




6,000




Flathead Agency.


























Chariot's Band of
Flathead.Confed-
erated Flathead,
Kutenai and
Pend d'Oreille.
Kutenai from
Idaho, Lower
Kalispel and
Spokan


























17,000


8,000


40,500


3,500




65,000


48,000




23,800




18,000


5,O0C


Fort BeOenap Agency.
























Aflslniboin and
GroBventre


1,000


200


15,000


2,400





250


2,000


100


600




1,000




Fort Peck Agency.










1














ABsiniboin and
Yankton Sioux...


1.000


50


50,000




5, 160


1,000


1,500


12,620




5,000




Tongue River Agency.










1

1














Northern Cheyenne


982


64


16,760


2,200


1 110


100


460


860




885






























Omaha and Winne-
bago Agency.


























Omaha . , . , ^ . ^ ^ . ^ , - -


20,000
b3,500


450
35


7,500
7,200


8,500
300


310
175


85,000
8,000


13,000

5od


86,000
10,0001


4,600
3,460


1,600


4,500

6001


4,00C

sooi


Winnebago



a Erroneously reported in 190L
6 Lands leased, little farming done.



o Taken from last year's report,
d Shortage due to drought.



STATISTICS OF INDIAN LANDS, 0BOP8, STOCK, AND LABOB. 655

r Indians, and misceUaneovs prodtuUa of Indian labor — Continaed.



I Miscell&neous products of Indian labor.



B of prod-
ctsof
an labor
osedof.



















141
. .. ..J,





1,100

860
350


92















100
100



226
26



1,600



1,860



2,600



450



160



2,000



120



400



70



980



12



406



75



677



683



6,978



3,600



760



1,116



4,320



86,000



3,060
418

23,286
7,660



1,600



21,142



1,620



780



5
O



96,000
26,000

80,000

6,000



8,000



7,600



60,000



16,000



8.000



2,832



Stock owned by Indians.



00 -fi



180
200



1,231
360



100



16,006
26,160



17,000

7,016

2,004
4,692



S



100
60



1,200
200



70



800 28



2,686



19,709
4,000



27,000



6,400



6,600



261



60 82 48 25,000 1,826 1,600 4,600 10,000 10 26 170

140 290 8691 360 2,600 1,020 260 900l 8,0001.... 6 60



600
300



750
600



260



120



1,800






10



10



800
1,000

3,600

700



400

800
8,639

1,200
600



11,000



880



1,000



Roads.



18



10



24



85



66



80



42



80
60



20
10



12



122



435



825



489



Digitized by LjOOQIC



656 STATISTICS OF INDIAN LANDS, 0BOP8, STOCK, AND LABOR.

Statistics relating to cultivation of lands, crops raised, siock owned













^


Crops raised during year.


'






'^










III

is|

I §5




1


'








Jush.
33
120


Bush.
3,060
2,220


BusK.
8,600


Buah.
21,000
40,000


Bush.

938

4,200




Tbfw.

800

2,000


!


Ponca In Dakota . . .
Santeo Sioux


1,460
3,000


%


1,900
5,000


137


1.2«
250


NEVADA.


























Nevada Agency, un-
der school superin-
tendent.


























Palate of Pyramid
Lake


200


5


1,020


40




120


200




170




50O




Under Carson school
superintendent.


























Paiute at Walker
River


1,400




1,700


470




862


265








450




Western Shoshoni
Aency, under
school superin-
tendent.


























Paiute and Shofihonl


200


40


7,500


1,000




500


900




850




1,000


4oa


NEW MEXICX).


























JicartUa Agency.
























Jlcarilla Apache....


500




20,000


3,000


265


200


500


100


365




200




Mescalero Agency,
under school su-
perintendent.






















1




Mescalero Apache..


1,000


20


2,700


316




280


2,800 400


10,200








Under Albuqueroue
school superin-
tendent.






















i




Pueblo a—

Acoma

l8lcta(orTiguas)

and Laguna . .

Lagiina


900

2,080
800
500
200
600

1,720


50

180

25

5

3

10


100

220
300


300

404
850




2,500

5,020
1,500
1,250
1,800
4,000
8,000


80


2,000

3,010
1,000
2,000
2.400
5,000
U.OOO


350

1,000
500
825
187
526
947


::;:::


H

110
8001

60,
60
20
100


50

1

20


Sandia


1,000




Santa Ana






San Felipe

Zunl


60; 50
960






Under Santa Fe school
superintendent.


























Pueblo


6,678


128


7,373


4,886




17,109


400


28,854


2,311




563






a Acreage cultivated overestimated in 1901.



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STATISTICS OF INDIAN LANDS, CBOPS, STOCK, AND LABOR. 657
by Indians, and misceUaneouH products of Indian labor — Continued.



90



96



50
225



300



35



24 35
119{ 238



234



800 266



75.



200



12



50
'260
"53



2,187



161



154



3,734



11,800 97,4U0



980, 3,000 442 200 225



1,095, 2,000



342



3,200



2,500



1911 180



562 200



1,600 86



300 8,000 250



300 4,000 1,416 75



1,389



5,535 1,140|.



40 5,500 1,200



250



1,0871
5,000
1,500,

....I 548
.... 1,000'
105 10,000



9674r-02-



866

-42



460 15,460 4,882



975
1,800
115
531
440
2,019



240



300 50



280
600
50
283
600
600



1,384



4181



....| Jt.300
126 3,000



2,500 650



4,739 l,492l.



150



121 54

...| 126



48



11



M5,ooo 500 rioo| i



6,014



21,000 1,000



200
100

10

10

20

75 40,0001 3,600



5
600



721



15
100



3 842



209,.
5C0I 5

80!....

82....
2001....
500 i



1,758 83



18 2, 100

I



5 600



1,500

20

80

100

600



36 609



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658 STATISTICS OF INDIAN LANDS, CROPS, STOCK, AND LABOR.

Statistics relating to euUiration of lands, crops raised, stock owned



1



Name of tigetn
and trlSe.



icy



NBW YORK.

New York Agency.

AJleganv Reserve:
Ononaa«ra and
Seneca

Cattaraugus Re-
serve: Cajniga,
Onondaga, and
Seneca

Oneida Reserve:
Oneida

Onondaga Reserve:
Oneida and Onon-
daga

St. Regis Reserve:
St. Regis

Tonawonda Re-
serve: Cayuga,
Oneida, and Ton-
awanda

Tuscarora Reserve:
Onondaga and
Tuscarora



Lands.



11

r-



Acres.
5,650



M

8



Acres.
25



Fence.



5,800.
365.

3,000
5,800

3,000
5,000



NORTH CAROUNA.

Under achool super-
intendent.

Eastern Cherokee . .

NORTH DAKOTA.

Det^Ui Lak ^ Agency.



Cuthead, Sisseton,
and Wahpeton I
Sioux 6,498,

Turtle Mountain
Chippewa | 5,895|

FoHBerthold
Agency.d



Arikara

Gros Ventre .
Mandan



'200
200
100



Standing Rock
Agency.



Sioux I 2,662



OKLAHOMA.

Cheyenne and Arap-
ahoAgincy.

Cheyenne and
Arapaho



Kiowa Agency.

Apache, Caddo,
Comanche, Dela-
ware, Keechi, Ki-
PFR? and Wichita,



5; 599



9

■s



O ol



7,000|.



Rods.



6,900
866,

5,500
5,800



4,000
! 5,000



142 6.300



!

639 730
2021 4,919



178



1,200
680
450



6,262



861



47,010



91888,818



1,408



Bush.



15
a75



a298



8,000



100
1,500
2,000



124
136

77



996 .



Crops raised during year.



i



Bush
200



2,100
10



1



a

$



Bush.
5,500



9.200
50



l,030i 4,000

750 6,600

!

3,500, 3,880

1

28,000| 2,410



444' t>627



I

2, -277 6,701

I
33,7271 44,470



600



250



360 1,439



283,660 660 12,6121 1,160



600



3,585



485



I



Bush.
5,500



4,700
240

5,300
4,800

2,500
2,700



21,336



500
300
200



5,660



69,926



t



Bush.
6.095



Ton*.' Lbs.
2.100, 1.50O



5,435, 1 1.500 3,10&5



I
67.V.

!

10,285|.
2.41o!.



65



500 t,«(*

eoo I



350



1,505



3,805) I 1,650 8.000



3,778



2<*.,400



.'•27,727
32,737



S20

1,020

837



30,135(120.323



1,459



4,4161



25.



3,260!.
7.000!.



6,952



i.ooo'i

2,6001

2.000|



•23,732



673



2,611



100



609'



a Lands s^t aside, but not allotted.
b Shortage of crops due to drouglit.



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STATISTICS OF INDIAN LANDS, CBOPS, STOCK, AND LABOB. 659

by IndiaWy and miacellaneous produds of Indian labor — Continued.



MiAcellaneouB products of Indian labor.



Stock owned by Indians.



Roads.



Freight

transported

by Indians

with their

own teams.



I



1



MA MJl.



132



Qyrd. lATlbe.



I



400



580
10,000



170



996



116



Si



Value of]

UCtBO

Indian It
disposed



^,500

6,500
2,75o'



5 28.



8,810' 415 425
15,500 370 655



155



1,675



279



853,



8,668



1,000 4,196



8,000: 140



16,600 203



$2,275



563
610



8.500
4,632
2,800



78,257



590



967



198



36,000 783

I
90,000: 1,139



335
326



320.
425.



530.



250.



78
851



800 800 2,000
500! 500 3,000
357 200 2,000



4,510



10,042



14,820



2,197 625



1,552



50



114



100



550 247 751 7,880 2,000l 16,489 12,2841 e822
cCrop overestimated In 1901.



431



40



414



8,300;.

I
900.

2,000.
16,600.

2,150.
8,250.



6,868



1,244
4,861



600
•*')0
260



4,874



1,124



10



S3



80. 5,609



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