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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 population, industries, and sources of subsistence of various Indian tribes, together with religious and vital statistics,   pp. 284-285-302 ff. PDF (4.3 MB)


Page 284-285

POPULATION, SOURCES OF SUBSISTENCE, 
Table of statistic8 relating to population, industries, and sources of subsistence
of 
Name of agency and tribe. 
ARIZONA. 
Colorado River Agency. 
Mohave 
Chimehuevis ............................... 
Pima, Maricopa and Papago Agency. 
Number of 
Indians who 
wear citizens' 
dress. 
0 
0 
813 
212 
Pima .....................................      4, 800 
Maricopa.      .     .     .     ..----------------------------- 574 
Papago-..................................17, 300 
San Carlos Agency. 
White Mountain Apache .................. 
San Carlos Apache ........................ 
Chiricahuan................................ 
Apache Yuma ............................. 
Apache Tonto ............................. 
Apache Mohave ............................ 
Indians in Arizona not under an agent. 
Hualapai .................................. 
Yuma .................................. 
M ohave  .................................. 
Suppai ................................ 
CALIFORNIA. 
Hoopa Valley Agency. 
Hoopsa..................................... 
Mission Agency. 
Serranos  .................................. 
Diegnenos ........................... 
Coahuila ............................. 
San Luis Rey .............................. 
Round Valley Agency. 
Concou .................................... 
Little Lake ................................ 
Red Wood ------........................... 
Ukie............................. 
Wylackie..............--- "...........- 
Potter Valley ............................ 
Pitt River ................................. 
Tule River Agency. 
T'ule and Tejon ............................ 
Wichumni, Keweah, and King's River ... 
Indian8 in California not under an agent. (a) 
Indians in- 
Sierra County .......................... 
El Dorado County .................... 
Mendocino County ..................... 
Shasta County ......................... 
aFj 
3, 600 
500 
300 
600 
a620 
a930 
a700 
a214 
225 
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0 
Number of 
Indian families 
engaged- 
.4 
.,. 
48 
80 
20 
3, 500  1, 300-----------------960. 
200    374    25     20    115. 
7,300---.......... -20  1,260. 
10 
5091  509. 
318 
731 
778 
1, 120 
154 
165 
32 
215 
10 
23 
j 2,400 
500 
599 1. 
143      143 
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a193 ......... 
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rom Report for 1883. 
201 
100 
500 
70 
11 
150 
76 
36 
750 . 
30 
200 
a75 
27 
135 
100 
a29 
2 
RELIGIOUS AND VITAL STATISTICS. 
various Indian tribes, together with religious and vital 8tatistics. 
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4 
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Per cent. of 
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400     33 
751 
2,400    100 
287    100  - 
3,650    100 
30 
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165 
400 
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ligious societies. 
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Vital. 
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449 
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31 
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7 
310  6 
900 100 
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