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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1884
([1884])

Table of statistics relating to Indian education,   pp. 266-267-282 ff. PDF (4.6 MB)


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STATISTICS OF INDIAN SCHOOLS. 
Table of stati8tic8 relativg 
Name of agency and school. 
ARIZONA. 
Colorado River Agency ......... 
Agency boarding ............ 
Yuma boarding ............. 
Pima, Maricopa, and Papago Ag'y 
Agency boarding......... 
Papago day ................. 
CALIFORNIA. 
Hoopa Valley Agency ........... 
Agency day ................. 
Mission Agency ................. 
Protrero day ................ 
San Jacinto day ............. 
Coahuilla day ............... 
Aqua Caliente day .......... 
Temecola day............ 
Rincon day.: ................ 
Round Valley'Agency ........... 
Agency day ................. 
30 
54 
650 
91  ...... 
...... ...... 
...... ...... 
Number 
Number attending 
who can be school one 
accommo- month or 
dated in  more dur. 
schools.  ing the 
year. 
O     Si  0    Si 
70   ...... 57 
25  ...... 30 
90 ....... 72 
22  J.... 
60 
36 
40 
50 
50 
45 
46 
51 
Tule RiverAgency........... 18 ...... I-- 
Agency day......................     50 
DAKOTA. 
Cheyenne River Agency ........ 87 
Mission Industrial day............ 
Mission day No. 1 ........... 
Mission day No. 2 ........... 
Mission day No. 4 ........... 
Mission day, Chantier Bottom 
Agency Boys' and Girls' day 
No. 1. 
Saint John's girls' boarding.. 
Agency boys' boarding ...... 
Saint Stephen's day ....... 
Crow Creek Agency: 
Crow Creek boarding ........ 
Lower Brul6 boarding ....... 
Devil's Lake Agency ............ 
Agency industrial boarding. 
Boys' industrial boarding.... 
Saint John's mission day at 
Foi 
Pill 
149 
200 
174 
35 
50 
40 
36 
30 
18 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
40 
25 
60 
36 
45 
41 
43 
24 
34 
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26 
29 
29 
46 
32 
41 
51 
37 
23 
56 
29 
31 
33 
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50 
28 
72 
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17 
21 
13 
33 
22 
33 
36 
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7 
18 
12 
19 
33 
32 
17 
30 
28 
70 
16 
40 
31 
19 
29 
19 
39 
30 
36 
41 
10 
11 
it 
25 
14 
31 
36 
43 
23 
35 
37 
80 
17 
55 
40 
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5 
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9 
10 
10 
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10 
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Cost of 
maintaining 
schools. 
04 
$6, 146 
1, 633 
6,1402 
. 
H.   / 
232 . 
720 
690 
720 
720 
600 
180 
1,292 
526 
1, 810 
5, 185 
450 
3, 697 
3, 295 
7,1611 
2, 650 
600 
178 
77 
180 
113 
3, 690 
140 
Turtle Mountain.     - 
rt Berthold Agency ........... 
Fort Stevenson boarding....[......"48 ......52 .....      41.     b
3, " 148 ..... 
Mission day ................ ...... ......  60 ....  100    13  24   9j .......
  945 
ie Ridge Agency ........... 1,625.............     ..... ...... ..................
Agency boarding................/80 ...... 90.....        78  83    7  5,1880......
Medicine Root Creek day    ............    45 ....  129    59   96  12  
 480    300 
St. Andrew's day ..............-......5 ....        43     17  27   5   
113    200 
White Bird day.......................     45 ....    52    35  47   8   
365. 
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Industries taught. 
Housework and sewing. 
Do. 
Farming, blacksmithing, 
general housework and 
sewing. 
Sewing. 
Gardening and general 
housework. 
General housework, and 
sewing. 
General housework, sew- 
ing, and dairying. 
Domestic work and farm- 
ing. 
General housework, sew- 
ing, and farming. 
Farming, housekeeping, 
sewing, and dairying. 
- Sewing and general house- 
work. 
- Farming. 
. Gardening. 
- Housework, sewing, farm- 
ing, and shoe-making. 
. Housework, sewing, and 
gardening. 
. Gardening, sewing, and 
housework. 
- House-building, farming, 
and sewing. 
- Sewing. 
- House-building, farming, 
and sewing. 
STATISTICS OF INDIAN SCHOOLS. 
to Indian education. 
Produce raised 
(bushels). 
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