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

Table relating to population, dress, intelligence, dwellings, and subsistence of Indians, together with religious, marital, vital, and criminal statistics,   pp. 784-785-800-801 PDF (4.3 MB)


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794 
POPUL&TION, CIVILIZATION, AND 
Table relating to population, dress, intelligence, dwellings, and subsistence
of 
Name of agency and tribe. 
OKLAHOMA TERRITORY-continued. 
Osage Agency. 
O sa g e  ------------------------------------ 
Kansas ---------------------------------- 
Ponca, Pawnee, and Otue Agency. 
Pawnee 
Ponca 
Otoe and Missouri 
Tonkawa 
Sac and Fox Agency. 
Io w a  ----------------------------------- 
Sac and Fox (Mississippi) 
Absentee Shawnee 
Mexican Kickapoo_-           ---- 
Citizen Band Pottawatomie 
OREGON. 
Grande Ronde Agency. 
Grande Ronde Indians (fragments of 
m any  bands) -------------------------- 
Klamath Agency. 
Klamath, Snake, and Modoc ........... 
Siletz Agency. 
Siletz Indians (remnants of many 
bands) 
Umatilla Agency. 
W alla  W alla  ---------------------------- 
C ay u se  ---------------------------------- 
Umatilla..      ..    .   ...------------------------- 
Warm Springs Agency. 
Warm Springs 
W  asco ..  .   . .   .  .   . .   .  . 
Tenino ------------------------------ 
John  D ay  ------- .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 
Jon a----------------------- 
P iu te   ----- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- 
Indians in Oregon not under an agent. 
Indians roaming on Columbia River 
SOUTH DAKOTA. 
Cheyenne River Agency. 
Blackfeet, Sans Arc, Minneconj on, and 
Two-kettle Sioux 
1, 6)08 
798 
567 
362 
66 
101 
527 
594 
325 
7541 
377 
985 
568 
216 
432i 
260 1 
861 j 
CIVILIZATION. 
Citizens' 
dress. 
cS 
687      160 
102     .28 
a125      a140 
410       157 
131      211 
661--- 
41       60, 
200      300 
394      200 
85      200 
600       12-51 
377  - - - - 
9851  -- - - 
5681- 
401 
819 
e800  -------- 
2, 417   2, 300 
117 
CIVILIZATION. 
290 
146 
220 
287 
5601 
345 
715 
351 
251 
270 
574 
C.)  a 
, 73:0 
bn 
4-4  4 
0      4 
466;    736 
761    111. 
2151    225 
160    200 
115    152 
17     48 
221     31 
160i   190 
2,r0z  400 
71    50 
415     600 
30. 
cc 
a 
CS 
U 
a 
a 
5921-- 
48 
. 4 
303 
90 
70 
12 
b11 
b75 
b140 
285' 
1041   2 
195 
177 
80 
170 
4041 
a Influence of ghost dance caused many Indians to resume savage dress. 
b Many houses reported last year abandoned by Indians or destroyed by fire.
795 
RELIGIOUS, VITAL, AND CRIMIN'AL STATISTICS. 
Indians, together with religious, marital, vital, and criminal statistics-Contin
ued. 
CIVILIZA-         RELIGIOUS. 
TION. 
Amount con- 
Percent -          ,   tributed by 
of subsist-            religious so- 
tede b-   .,          cieties and 
rained by-,            other parties. 
a             a 
0: 
4.                   .2 
10   0       420" 
10------2 ..5. --- 
10-    ..----1  . .. 
40 cO 
35 c65 
i00- 
100 - --- 
l0. 
90 --- 
75 201 
04   12 
7,5  25 
80i 20 
S50 6 
..2          35 
- -  1 25 
1     20 
2       5. 
9 9     100 
10    1     1051 
5   21     600 
24    2      93 
- ---  171    4001 
44 17 
I- . -------- 
I;    $71 
94     1  ---- 
400    101   4,100 
941 
1,300 
6, 550 
5,000 
MARITAL. I VITAL. 
CRIMINAL. 
e Taken from last year. 
.. .8 
i 
- - - - - - 
-  - _- - . . . .- - 
L 
)! "_ 
c Annuity. 
d Unknown. 


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