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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1881
([1881])

Table of statistics relating to population, education, &c., by tribes and their respective agencies,   pp. 272-273-290-291 PDF (4.6 MB)


Page 272-273

STATISTICS SHOWING POPULATION, SCHOOLS, 
Table of statistics relating to population, education, 
Name of agency and tribe. 
ARIZONA. 
Colorado River Agency. 
Mohave      ------............................. 
Chimehuevis--      -  -   -   -   -    --.......................... 
Moquis Pueblo Agency. 
Moquis Pueblo ................................ 
Pima, Maricopa, and Papago Agency. 
Pim a  ..................... , .................... 
M aricopa  .................................... 
Papago-....................................... 
San Carlos Agency. 
White Mountain Apache ...................... 
San Carlos Apache ........................... 
Warm Spring Apache ........................ 
Coyotero Apache ............................. 
Tonto Apache ............     .   .  ....... 
Mixed Apache ................................ 
Southern Apache ..................I........... 
Chiricahua Apache ........................... 
Apache Yuma ................................ 
Apache Mohave-.............................. 
Indians in Arizona not under an agent. 
Hualapai ...................................... 
Yuma  ......................................... 
Mohave ...................................... 
Suppai  ........................................ 
CALIFORNIA. 
Hoopva Valley Agency. 
Hoopa. .          ................. 
Mission Agency. 
Serranos  ..................................... 
Diegenes-................................... 
Coahuila-................................... 
San  Luis  Rey-............................... 
Round Valley Agency. 
Concow-.................................... 
Little Lake .............................. ..... 
Redwood-..................................... 
U kie  ...... ................. ............... 
W  ylackie  ................................. 
Potter Valley  ................ ............... 
Pit River-.................................... 
Tule River Agency. 
Tule and Tejon........................ 
Wichumni, Kaweah, and King's River. 
aFrom report of 1878. 
0 
a 
'S 
a, 
8021 
2101 
Number of 
Indians who 
wear citizens' 
dress.   "- 
a 
206. 
2,100 ....... 
4, 500 ) 
500    4, 500 
6, 000 ) 
5961) 
795 
275 
819 
586 
119 r 
171 1 
246  
309 / 
662J 
d620 
d930 
d700 
d75 
479       472 
381' 
7311~ 3,010 
778 
1, 120 J 
143 1 
158 
37       569 
183       56 
28 
20J 
163       160 
c 540 ...... 
196 
47 
450j a450. 
6, 500 2, 000 2, 500 
a-- 
9, 
atL 
4-4a 
200.. 
2,002    c3001    1001     41...... 
25 
275 
104 
381 
b Clothing and presents for children. 
c From report of 1879. 
249 
9011.............. 
150 
61 
40. 
d From report of 1880. 
272 
273 
,0 
,         11 
-,I 
Educational.                 Religious.  Vital. 
Number                   '6  'i 
,   Number      pupils at-    Amount ex- .  ;  ;1 
who canbe No of tending        moupendedfr  a  ; 
4   accommo-     school one    endeducation  , 
dated in  sh l  month or  S ai  duringthe  .q '. 
schools,    more during  .  year.  a            " 
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4  i. . .. . . .   a.. .  .. ... . . . . .       an ...  a .. ..  :  .. .
. .  . . . . . . .. .i. .  .. . . 
S                      'Mi 
229  40-   1 -33-     -25   5  $1,208..  4   4................8  4 
.. 
120     60... ... 1  504212  .....913 ..  11..  1... .I........112 
2,-     Iii      1   59 48      C - -   4   0    Ii 
800  s  20  1 1  85   4..3 38  9  11 829  7 20 7 e  916 
. . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . .  . . . .  . . . . . . ..- - - -. .
. . . .. .   . . . . . . . . 
26   .     i............. .  ..  23  3 2 1............ Ii ............7......6..
.   . . . .  . . . . . .  . . .... . . .  .  . . . . . . ..  - -. . . . .
. - - - - -: : - - - - - - - - - -  - : :- - :- - :-:-:-- - : ::-- - - :-
: :. . :. . . :. . . . : :. . . . . . : :.:. . 
.....  ......  ......  .... ....  .......  ......  ....  ......  .......
 ......  ...... :: : ....   .... . .  ......  ....  .... 
12,   -------  60, .  ..  ,...... , 5. 0  421  12  9110,...... , 11, 91 
1,  .... .. . 19  12 
53                    ......  36 ' ,  -- --- 46  1 
55      5151- -.  1]--- -- 48!  43i  911  3  081  - - -  6  - - 1  $ 9  6
 1 
... ..    i . ..  t... ..  .  ..  , ... . ......  . 76.7. . ...--e--97-----
eOf this $297 was contributed by agency employ is and Indians.  f By agrent
for papers. 
18 8IND 
CHURCHES, AND GENERAL CONDITION OF INDIANS. 
4f'c., by tribes and their respecticc agencies. 
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