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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1905
Part I ([1905])

Population statistics,   pp. 516-518 PDF (1.1 MB)


Page 516

516   REPORTS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. 
Population statistics. 
Popu- 
Name of agency or tribe.       lation. 
ARIZONA: 
Colorado River School- 
Mohave on reserve ...................  508 
Chemehuivi in Chemehuivi Valley....   a 133 
Fort Mohave School- 
Mohave, near Fort Mohave ..........1  b 856 
Chemehuivi. near Fort Mohave ......     81 
Fort Apache School- 
White Mountain Apache ............2,090 
Havasupai School- 
Havasupai..........................   174 
Hopi School- 
Hopi (Moqui)-...................... 2,000 
Navaho-............................  2,000 
Navaho School- 
Navaho_............................ 12,000 
Under Farmer on Navaho Extension- 
Navaho-............................. 390 
Phoenix School- 
Mohave, Yuma, White Mountain, 
and   Tonto  Apache   at Camp 
McDowell ..........................  200 
Pima School- 
Maricopa ...........................   350 
Pima ...............................  3,900 
Papago-............................ 2,304 
Under Farmer at San Xavier a- 
Papago on reserve (allottees)-.........514 
Papago near Tucson-................   355 
Papago in Fresnal Valley.------------  670 
Papago, nomadic in Pima County.        980 
San Carlos Agency 
San Carlos Apache-..................1,053 
Coyotero Apache....................  530 
M ohave  Apache  ......................- 50 
Tonto Apache.......................  565 
Yuma Apache-.......................     2 
Truxton Canyon School- 
Walapai-............................  520 
Western Navaho School- 
Hopi (Moqui)-.......................  150 
Navaho-............................. 6,000 
Paiute ...............................  350 
CALIFORNIA: 
Under Farmer- 
Digger ............................... 
Fort Bidwell School 
Paiute .............................. 
Pit River ........................... 
Fort Yuma School- 
Yuma-....................-.......... 
Yuma in Arizona-.................. 
Hupa Valley School- 
Hupa-.............................. 
Lower Klamath .................... 
Pala School 
Mission (Cahuilla) .................. 
Round Valley School- 
Concow-............................. 
Little Lake and Redwood-.......... 
Nomelaki and Pit River-........... 
Yuki and Wailaki-................. 
San Jacinto School- 
M ission .............................. 
Tule River-.......................... 
Not under an agent- 
Wichumni, Kawia, Pit River, and 
others ............................. 
COLORADO: 
Fort Lewis School 
Unallotted Utes ...................... 
Southern Ute School 
Capote and Moache Ute ............. 
36 
200 
500 
675 
60 
412 
745 
1,654 
171 
114 
80 
250 
1,097 
154 
c 9, 371 
502 
385 
FLORIDA: 
Not under an agent- 
Seminole .............................    c 358 
a From report 1904. 
b Decrease due to more careful enumera 
c From United States Census, 1900. 
q Pay roll 
Name of agency or tribe. 
IDAHO: 
Fort Hall School- 
Bannock and Shoshoni-............ 
Not under an agent-................... 
Fort Lapwai School- 
Nez Perc--........................... 
Lemhi School- 
Bannock-............................ 
Sheepeater ........................... 
Shoshone-........................... 
INDIAN TERRITORY: 
Seneca School- 
Eastern Shawnee .................... 
Miami-..-.......................... 
Modoc-............................. 
Ottawa-............................ 
Peoria .............................. 
Quapaw-........................... 
Seneca-.............................. 
Wyandot-........................... 
Union Agency- 
Cherokee by blood   .............. 
Cherokee freedmen-.................. 
Cherokee Delaware (registered Del- 
aware)-.......................... 
Chickasaw by blood ................. 
Chickasaw by intermarriage ......... 
Chickasaw freedmen-................ 
Choctaw by blood-................. 
Choctaw by intermarriage ........... 
Choctaw freedmen-................. 
Mississippi Choctaw ................. 
Creeks by blood .................... 
Creek freedmen-..................... 
Seminole by blood-................. 
Seminole freedmen-.................. 
Popu- 
lation. 
1,332 
d 200 
1,562 
81 
97 
288 
101 
124 
56 
192 
195 
284 
366 
378 
32,604 
3,982 
196 
5,474 
598 
4,695 
17,160 
1, 467 
5, 254 
1, 235 
10, 185 
5,738 
2, 099 
950 
IOWA: 
Sac and Fox School- 
Sauk and Fox of Mississippi.........  342 
KANSAS: 
Kickapoo School- 
Iowa ................................. 
Kickapoo ............................ 
Sauk and Fox of Missouri. 
Potawatomi School- 
Prairie Band Potawatomi ........... 
Munsee (or Christian) and Chippewa. 
MICHIGAN: 
Under physician- 
L'Anse and Vieux Desert Chippewa. 
Not under an agent- 
Scattered Chippewa and Ottawa.... 
Potawatomi of Huron .............. 
MINNESOTA: 
Leech Lake Agency- 
Chippewa of Red Lake ............. 
Mississippi Chippewa- 
Mille Lac-........................ 
White Oak Point .................. 
Pillager Chippewa- 
Cass and Winibigoshish........ 
Leech Lake ....................... 
White Earth Agency- 
Fond du Lac Chippewa (removal) ... 
Mississippi Chippewa- 
Gull Lake (removals)-............. 
Mille Lac (removals) ............. 
Mille Lao (nonremovals) ......... 
White Oak Point (removals) .... 
White Earth ...................... 
Pembina Chippewa ................. 
Pillager Chippewa- 
Cass and Winibigoshish (removals) 
Leech Lake (removals).......... 
Otter  Tail ......................... 
d Fr.)m report 1902. 
ition.          e From report of 1900. 
I From report 1903. 
of 1888, 
225 
185 
79 
601 
e 92 
f668 
c5, 587 
g 78 
1,353 
11 
563 
463 
860 
107 
342 
615 
634 
136 
1, 735 
324 
57 
293 
742 


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