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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1892
([1892])

Table of statistics relating to area and cultivation of Indian lands, crops raised, stock owned by Indians, and miscellaneous products of Indian labor,   pp. 802-803-816-817 PDF (4.1 MB)


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808                   STATISTICS OF      INDIAN    LANDS, 
Table of statistics relating to area and cultivation of Indian lands, crops
raised, 
CROPS, STOCK, AND LABOR. 
09 
stock owned by Indians, and miscellaneous products of Indian labor-Continued.
Name of agency and 
tribe. 
NEVADA. 
Nevada Agency. 
Pah-Ute----------- 
Western Shoshone 
Agency. 
Western Shoshone 
and Piute........  .. 
NEW MEXICO. 
Mescalero Agency. 
Mescalero, A pa c h e,- 
Lipan, and Coman- 
che.....-------------- 
Pueblo Agency. 
Pueblo-............... 
Jicarilla.............. 
NEW YORK. 
-New York Agency. 
Alleghany Reserve: 
Seneca and Onon- 
daga  ------ ----- 
Cattaraugus Reserve: 
Seneca, Onondaga, 
and Cayuga-.--- 
Oneida Reserve: 
Oneida-......... 
Onondaga Reserve: 
Onondaga, Oneida, 
and St. Regis .... 
St. Regis Reserve: 
St. Regis ----------- 
Oil Spring ....... 
Tonawanda Reserve: 
Seneca 
Tuscarora Reserve: 
Tuscarora and On- 
ondaga-..... 
NORTH CAROLINA. 
Eastern Cherokee 
Agency. 
Eastern Cherokee ---- 
Lands. 
Acres 
c ilti- 
vated ~      Fence. 
during 
theyear. 
bp        h 
Ce 
;-4 
d0 o 
CD  C!         4- 
0 
1,387 
401 
45( 
0: 
2,330 
2, 200 
0 
0 
80 
1,7151 
1,100. 
cea 
a 
0. 
0 c 
z 
0 
4 -4 
,40 
00 
0bf 
293 
85 
Crops raised during the year. 
A 
0 
1,103 
; 
0 
o 
rd 
a 
0 
m 
457 
1,916! 2,500 
1361 -.......  1,390 
5,500  350  4,00   -I-----     -    4,500 8,255 
500  200    600.       .136          1,500 1,000 
---- 2 980  900  5,200  100_-.-    300     350   250 
4,500       500    610   200-    .   500   2,000 5,075 
120--        60-         16    25.............. 
-- 2,5001o         400    60-    .   100   2,500 1,500 
5,000       7,000   200    .-    399     500 7,500 
-----     ---    -------- ------ -------- ------ 
..1.3,000   1004,000      60------   174   3,200 5,200 
200  100  4,636   100-      _ 188    3,780 1,275 
~8,0001- --10,000------------300 
a Also $179 by hauling lumber and passengers. 
b Of "his $1,009 for bead work. 
0Goats. 
0 
0 
0 
.0 
a 
4,000 
20, OOC 
250 
5, 000 
12,000 
85 
2,251 
4,000 
15,000 
875 
0 
-4 
0 
0 
575 
230 
5,750 
3,600 
d3,725 
10,675 
61 
1,467 
1,190 
4,069 
2,100 
6,0001 6,00 
701 
1, 06t1 
600 
500 
350 
[8,000 
55 
275 
300 
260 
950i 
0o 
ca 
13 
0 
2,200 
Miscellaneous product of Indian labor. 
0 
4D 
rd 
0 
4 
EH 
e8. 0 
3, 5001 - 
350 
1,600 
1,300 
7,775 
5.5 
10. 
e12.5 
o 
o 
0 
0 
0 
0 
232 
100 
80 
2, 500 
1,600 
1,625 
Freight 
transported 
by Indians 
with their 
own teams. 
rd 
a e 
o 
o      o 
0 
283. 3 $1,786 
144.7 
16.0 
3,0001-- --------- 
2,881 
a 104 
Value of 
products of 
Indian labor 
sold. 
A 
a 
a 
0 
$2,038 
3,310 
0 
$4,532 
2,600 
8731 bl,350 
. . . . . . . . . . I 
1,000 
2,000 
4, 600 
f35, 000 
6,780 
500 
Stock owned by. Indians. 
ca 
1,328 
1,203 
723 
5 
133 
350 
313 
6,000 3,500    700 
9851......   .... 
100 
315 
3 
65 
300 
144 
127 
400 
700 
2 
135 
500 
175 
195 
200 
350 
91 
200 
450 
230 
9001   600j 
d Also 1,600 bushels of blackberries. 
d 5,000 feet timber marketed by Indians. 
f By selling baskets. 
0 
c02,500 
c 575 
20 
30 
--    - 
0 
148 
125 
3,000 
350 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
-- oI-'e " 
1,500 
4,ooo 
165 - 
855 ---- 
1,000 
1, 600! --- 
2,200 
6,0001-- 
10 50- 
501500 
Cs 
30 
12 
0 


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