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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for the year 1904, Part I
([1904])

Population, civilization, religious, vital, and criminal statistics,   pp. 594-595-614-615 PDF (4.3 MB)


Page 594-595

594 
POPULATION, CIVILIZATION 
Name of agency and tribe. 
ARIZONA. 
Colorado River School. 
Mohave on reserve............ 
Fort Mohave School. 
Mohave near Fort Mohave and 
Needles, Cal  ................. 
Chemehuivi near Fort Mohave and 
Chemehuivi Valley and mining 
camps-........................... 
Fort Apache School. 
White Mountain Apache .......... 
Ilopi School. 
Hlopi (Moqui)-------................ 
Navaho  ............................ 
Navaho School. 
Navaho  ............................ 
Under farmer on Extension Navaho 
Reserve. 
Navaho  ............................ 
Phoenix School. 
Indians at Camp McDoweli: 
Mohave Apa he ............... 
Yuma Apache ................. 
Tonto Apache ................. 
San Carlos Apache-............ 
Y avapai -...................... 
Pima School. 
Maricopa-......................... 
Pima-.............................. 
Papago-............................ 
Papago, nomadic................ 
Under farmer at San Xavier. 
Papago on reserve (allottees) ...... 
Papago near Tucson............. 
Papago in Fresnal Valley .......... 
Papago, nomadic in Pima County. 
San Carlos Agency. 
San Carlos Apache-............... 
Coyotero Apache ................... 
Mohave Apache ..... ............... 
Tonto Apache ...................... 
Apache at Angora ................. 
Truxton Canyon School. 
Havasupai ......................... 
W alapai ............................ 
Population, civilization, religious, 
Civilization. 
0° 
a 
508 
Citizen's dress. 
;1      -4- 
5081. 
8921 
800 
2141 
2,058 
550 
1,865    1,000 
12,0001   3,00( 
175 
61 
2 
'2 
61 
403 
3,84(1 
421 
1, 85( 
514 
355 
6701 
9801 
6,000 
514 
f  2005 
306 
1,508 
2,400 
9,000 
172i 
175 
400 
125 
900 
600 
11 
oa 0 
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235 
500 
250 
1,200, 
700f 
13. 
5141 1,2501 2,000 
1,066 
451   1,771     404   300 
6671j 
38 ................ 
207     207-.........40 
514     514 .......   12( 
a Taken from report 1902. 
1,40( 
1 
0  514 
25 
100 
12 
350 
225 
13 
7501 
117 
"1(1 
Per cent of subsistence 
obtained by- 
.     0 
*   0 
30 
° 
*              a_ 2_ 
100 ............ 
991  .... 
1001:.... .... .... ... 
74 .... 
...   .... 
751 20 
10 .... 
RELIGIOUS, VITAL, AND         CRIMINAL STATISTICS. 
vital, and criminal statistics. 
Religious. 
Mission- 
aries. 
. . . 
0 
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a 
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0 
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0 
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0 
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.0 
0 
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0 
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. 1,360 
Amount contrib- 
uted by religious 
societies. 
0 
a 
0 
'0 
0 
$907 
15,000 
21,307 
2 
0 
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0 
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0 
$1,500 
1,346 
6,000 
Marital. 
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0. 
Vital. 
79 
1541 
.,.. 
65. 
135. 
.                                                                       
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7801........ 
650 
3,00 
315 
2171. 
300...  1,000  4601 41  1I  28  27. 
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Criminal. 
Indian criminals 
punished. 
0      9 
11  201  1 
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1. 
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24...20..24...       ....  10  4..1i 
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