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No. 171. --Statement showing the farming operations for 1866 of the different Indian tribes, &c -Continued.

Hay cut,

Horses owned. Cattle owned. Swinc own'd. Sheep own'd. Sugar made.

Fish sold.

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2, 430 243,000

39, 500

Dakota superintendency.
Lower Brules, Two kittles,

and other bands of Sioux.
Poncas
Yanktons
Mandann, Arickareer, &e.

2001

$200

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Montana superintendency.
Flatheads.
Upper Pend d'Oreilles.
Kootenays.
Washington superintend'cy.
Various tribes
California superintendency.
Hoopa Valley.
Smith River
Round Valley
Tule River.
Mission Indians.

6
85
220

2, 200

Oregon superintendency.
Warm Springs Reserve.
Grande Ronde Reserve..
Siletz Reserve.
Alsea Reserve.....
Umatilla Reserve

3
79
471
41
74

Utah superintendency.
Various tribes.

Nevada superintendency.
Various tribes..

Arizona superintendency.
Various tribes.

New York agency.
Cattaraugus.
Allegany
Tonawanda.
Tuscarora ...
Oneida
Onondaga
Agency for Chippewas of

Lake Superior.
Various bande.

400 10,000
200

5,000

300 3, 000 397 3,970

350 3,500 1, 004 10, 040

62 682 1051

1, 050

300
861
98
136
18
62

24,000
10, 750
7, 350
12,000
3, 740
4,960

5, 625

500 4,000
200 2,000
302 2,020
232 1, 654

644
250 250

2161

24
140

7,800
1,200
2,800

No report.

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No. 171.-Statement showing the farming operations for 1866 of the different Indian tribes, &c.-Continued.

Hay cut.

Horses owned.

Cattle owned. Swine own'd. Sheep own'd. Sugar made.

Fish gold.

Value of furs sold.

Feet of lumber

wawed.

Other produce, remarks, &c.

Value.

Number.

Value.

Number.

Value.

Number.

Value.

Number.

Value.

Pounds.

Value.

Barrels.

Value.

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Tribes.

Tons.

Green Bay agency.
Stockbridges and Munsees.
Oneidas
Menomonees ......

Michigan agency.
Chippewas.
Ottawas and Chippewas..
Chippewasof Saginaw, and
Chippewas of Swan Creek
and Black River.
Chippewas, Ottawas, and

Pottawatomies.
Pottawatomies of Huron...
Ageney for Chippewas of

Mississippi.
Mississippi Indians ...
Pillager and Lake Winne.

bagoshish.
Red Lake Indians
Pembina Indians

Total.

11, 048 109, 392 39, 121 1, 454, 879 +6, 740 397,408/16, 121, 72, 07513, 742 47, 454 548, 477167, 070, 6, 050,58, 759 196, 37/1, 454, 521

No. 172.

Recapitulation of tables of statistics of 1866, compared with 1865.

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Schools reported.
Scholars.
Teachers..
Missionaries..
Amount contributed by religious societies for education, &c....
Amount contributed by individual Indians for education, &c
Amount contributed by Indians, as tribes for education, &c....
Population of the various tribes, from reports in the tables..
Wealth in individual property-
Acres farmed by Indians....
Acres farmed by government.
Frame houses.
Log houses.
Stone houses.
Feet lumber sawed.
Bushels wheat raised
Bushels corn raised.
Bushels rye raised ..
Bushels barley raised
Bushels oats raised...
Bushels beans raised
Bushels potatoes raised.
Bushels turnips raised.
Bushels rice gathered.
Bushels carrots raised.
Bushels beets raised..
Bushels apples raised
Bushels peas raised...
Bushels onions raised
Bushels buckwheat raised
Tone millet raised...
Pounds timothy-seed raised.
Tons hay cut..
Horses owned.
Goats owned.
Cattle owned.
Swine owned.
Sheep owned.
Pounds sugar made.
Barrels fish sold
Value furs sold..
Tons pumpkins raised.
Gallons sorghum sirup made
Dried fish sold to value of.
Oil sold to value of
Vegetables, tons.
Tobacco, pounds..
Fruit raised, bushels.
Fruit sold to value of.

$7,476

$553 $4,550

294, 574 $1,348, 279

47,070 3, 013

716 5, 203

205 1, 349, 498

41, 296 339, 961

1, 292

1, 116 18,581

1, 189 227, 463 2, 908

65 2, 660 1, 800 2,000 2,063

187 92

28 2,000 10,549 29, 490

No reports from Washington or Arizona, and several agencies. The aggregates include the statistics given in reports in the Appendix, received too late to be placed in tables Nos. 170 and 171.

No. 173.— Table showing the population of the rarious Indian tribes, by superintendencies, as

corrected by the reports of 1866.

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Navajoes at reservation
Navajoes at large.
Pueblos
Capote Utes
Webinoche Utes
Maquache Uies
Jicarilla Apaches
Mescalero Apaches .
Mimbres Apaches
Captives held in peonage.

6,500 1,200 7,010

350 700 600 800 550

Mescalero Apache....

200 2,000

19,910

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