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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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POPULXTION, CIVILIZATION, AND 
Table relating to population, dress, intelligence, dwellings, and subsistence
of 
RELIGIOUS, VITAL, AND CRIMINAL STATISTICS. 
801 
Indians, together with religious, marital, vital, and criminal statistics-Continued.
Name of agency and tribe. 
wIscoNsiN-continued. 
La Pointe Agency-Continupd. 
Chippewa at Grand Portage, in Min- 
nesota  .................. 
Chippewa at Bois Forte, in Minnesota 
Chippewa at Lac du Flambeau .....-,_ 
Indians in Wisconsin not under an 
agent. 
W innebago  ----------------------------- 
Pottawattomie (Prairie -bandy ...--- 
WYOMING. 
Shohone Agency. 
Shoshone  ............................... 
Northern Arapaho ..................... 
MISCELLANEOUS. 
Miami and Seminole in Indiana and 
Florida_ 
Old Town Indians in Maine ............ 
0 
315 
774 
669 
a930  - - - -  - - - -- - - 
-a280               - -----  - ----- 
CIVILIZATION. 
Citizens' 
dress. 
0 
315 
774 
669 
890     200 
829 
a892  I - _ _ I 
a410  I- - - -  - - - - - - - 
4 
0~ 
CS 
a 
14 
a 
CS 
0 
0 
a 
9 
CS 
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9 
C 
14 
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9 
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Dwelling 
houses. 
0    a 
150   150--------- 
210   150    20 
125   150    2.- 
258    211 
75 
16 
4 
e. 
14 
0 
56 
95 
52- 
160   4 
a Taken from last year. 
SUMMARY. 
Population, exclusive of Indians in Alaska..      .    .   .   .   .   .
  .   ..-------------------------------------- 248,340 
Exclusive of five civilized tribes. 
Population..     ....          ...        ...       ...        ...      
...-------------------------------------------------------------- 
Indians  who  wear  citizens' dress, wholly_-------------- .....................................
in  p art - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 
Ind lans  w ho  can  read  ,---- -----..................................................
Indians who can use English enough for ordinary purposes-_ 
Dwelling houses occupied by Indians ------------------------------------------------
DW    ellings  built  by  Indians  ------------------------------------------------------------......
for Indians:..   .   ....         .  .   .....            .  ..------------------------------------------------
Indian apprentices ...........................................- - --. -------------------
Missionaries (not included under the head of teachers) ..................................
Church  members, Indians  (communicants)*----------------------------------------------
C h u rch   bu ild in g s . .. . . . . . . . .   . .  .  .  .  .  .  ..---------.------------------------------------------------
*Only partially reported. 
181,340 
77,993 
35,484 
29,484 
33,682 
20,733 
1,591 
477 
387 
312 
22,745 
231 
CIrVILIZA- 
TION. 
Per cent 
of subsist- 
ence ob- 
tained by- 
01 
ca6 
.r U- 
oo6 
00 
50   38  12 
50   25  25 
75  21    4 
25   25  50 
RELIGIOUS. 
0 
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14 
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Amount con- 
tributed by 
religious so- 
cieties and 
other parties. 
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40 1   .......    ----1-----------7 
69   2   1,000    150  20        3  28 
33   1------ .--------.20-     213 
a30 
roI I 1 
40   43 
VITAL. 
1 
.2 
CRIMINAL. 
i Num- 
Number of      ber of 
Indians      Indian 
killed dur-   crim-  ' 
ing the  U    inals '10 
year-    4    pun-10 
*   ised. T 
4-4 
.2 .         .2  2Q ,,. 
00          0 
ZI        -      , 
45      -----. . -. .. 
12 ----.-- - -- 
19  ---  - -- -- ---II 
-- - -2 - - 9- 
8.. . .   3 
.... i 
12     4 
b Statistics affected by transfer of a number of Indians from Pine Ridge.
SUMMARY-Continued. 
Exclusive of five civilized tribes-Continued. 
Contributed by religious societies and other parties for education * ................-----t
223,744 
for church work and other purposes * ......-------.    81,424 
Formal marriages among Indians during the year ---------------------------------------
        885 
Divorces granted Indians during the year-...................................-------------
     63 
Indian men now living in polygamy..           .  .    .   .   .    .   .
   .  ..-------------------------------------------- *1,135 
B irth s  ............-:_ .------------------------------------- .--- .....
....... ....... ......---------  3,508 
Deaths..        .  .    .   .    .   .   .    .   .   .   .    .   .   .
   .  ..---------------------------------------------------------------------
3,660 
Indians killed during the year, by Indians.      .    ..-----------------..-------------------------
39 
by whites.     .      .      .     .     ..--------------------------------------------
5 
Suicides.     .    .   ..      .    .    .    .   .    .    .    .    . 
  .  ..----------------------------------------------------------------------
22 
Whites killed during the year by Indians.         .      .       .      ..--------------------------------------------2
Indian criminals punished during the year by court of Indian offenses---------------
        739 
by other methods.        .     ..------------------------- 337 
Whisky-sellers prosecuted.      .   .    .    .   .    .     .   .    . 
  .   ..------------------------------------------------------  394 
* Only partially reported. 
t This includes $62,652 not contained in foregoing tables, being amounts
contributed to the 
following schools: 
Tucson, Ariz..     .   .   ..     ..-----------------------$3,533  Harbor
Springs, Mich-----------------$1,200 
Fort Mojave, Ariz----------------------57          Morris, Minn..       .
  .   .  ..-----------------------4337 
Banning, Cal..        .    .    ..------------------------ , 700  St. Peter's,
Mont.. .. ...-------------------16,726 
St. Turibius, Cal.   .      ..----------------------- 72  Genoa, Nebr.. .
 .  .    ..------------------------ 2,522 
Ukiah, Cal.     .    .   ..--------------------------- 125  Lincoln, Pa..
. . . .   ..------------------------ 4,820 
Hopland, Cal.      .    .     ..--------------------------  77  Carlisle,
Pa -------------------------4,898 
Wabash, Ind..-         .    .   ..------------------------4,346  Hampton,
Va--------- .-------------17, 735 
1Ialstead, Kans.       ..----------------------- 3Q4 
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