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CENSUS OF 1890.
[In the following schedule agents who are to enumerate the Indians will be held to a strict compliance with instructions herein, and every question, when possible, must be answered. Use black ink in answering questions. . If the blank space in the schedule following a question is not sufficient, write the answer on a separate sheet of paper and attach it to the schedule, referring both to the number and form of question. Write on one side of the paper only. Where an agency embraces several reservations or tribes (as many do), a schedule must be made and filled up for each tribe. The questions relating to the agency will be made on one schedule. * Where there is but one tribe in the agency, it may be done upon the same schedule. In enumerating Indians belonging to agencies, reservations, or tribes, enumerators will enter those temporarily absent from any cause; but where Indians have voluntarily abandoned their tribes or reservations the general census enumerators have been instructed to enroll them, and special return of such will be made to this office by the supervisor of census for the district in which they live. Special agents for Indians are not to enumerate such. 7
Indian Agency. State or Territory of
June 30, 1890.
[Statistics must be given for each tribe separately.] 1. Name of agent. 2. Name of agency. 3. Names of Indian tribes at said agency, if more than one. 4. Number and kind of agency buildings and value. 5. Value of furniture. 6. Number, names, duties, and compensation of persons employed at agency or for
the several tribes. 7. Horses, mules, oxen, cattle, sheep, swine, and domestic fowls, farming implements,
tools and machinery-number and value belonging to agency. 8. Total population of agency-by tribes. 9. Statistics of ...... tribe at said
agency. 10. Total population of tribe, and what Indian language is spoken. 11. Number of above who are mixed bloods, and what tribe; names, where
possible. 12. Total Indian and mixed-blood population:
Males; females. 13. Occupations. 14. Age, where possible. 15. Children under 1 year of age:
Males; females. 16. Married or single. 17. Polygamists, and number of wives. 18. Number of Indians who wear citizen's dress wholly. 19. Number of Indians who wear citizen's dress in part. 20. Number of Indians over 20 years old who can read. 21. Number of Indians under 20 who can read. 22. Number of Indians under 20 who can write English. 23. Number of Indians who can use English enough for ordinary intercourse. 24. Number of Indians who can not speak English. 25. Number of Indian children of school age. 26. Number of Indian children for whom school accommodations are provided. 27. Number of schoolhouses. 28. By whom owned and value. 29. Number and kind of dwelling houses owned by Indians. 30. Number and kind of dwelling houses built for Indians by the Government, and
cost of same. .31. Number of dwelling houses occupied by Indians. (a) 32. Number of Indian apprentices who have been learning trades during the year,
a Huts, brush houses, or mud houses are not to be included under this head.
33. What proportion of the subsistence of your Indians is obtained
By labor of Indians for themselves or others in civilized pursuits.
By issue of Government rations. 34. Number of missionaries (not reported under head of teachers on school statistics)
and denominations to which they belong:
Males; females. 35. Number of Indians who are church members (communicants), and denomination. 36. Number of church buildings, and value of same. 37. What contributions have been made and expended during the year, and by what
religious societies, or other parties, and for what purposes-educational, religious,
or other purpose? 38. Is your tribe increasing or decreasing? Give figures for several years. 39. Number of negroes, if any, with said tribe, or mulattoes, quadroons or octoroons. 40. State number of Indians taxed, if any, 41. Give number and names of Indians who were Union or Confederate soldiers, sail.
ors, or marines in the war of the rebellion. Give organization and length of
service. 42. Give number of soldiers' widows, as above, if any; husbands' names and service. 43. Number of Indians who have received medical treatment during the year, and
nature of diseases. Give this in full. (a) 44. Give number of those suffering from acute or chronic diseases, with name of
disease and length of time afðicted. 45. Give number and age of those defective in mind, sight, hearing, or speech, or
whether crippled, maimed, or deformed, with name of defect. 46. Number of births during years 1889–90. 47. Number of deaths from all causes during years 1889–90. State age and causes, or
diseases. 48. Give number of children under 1 year of
age. 49. Number of Indians, including women and children, killed during the year:
By Indians of the same tribe.
Males; females. 51. Number of Indian criminals punished during the year:
By courts of Indian offenses.
By other methods, such as civil, military, or tribal authority. (6) 52. Number and kind of crimes against Indians committed by whites during the 53. Number of whites who have been punished for above crimes. 54. Number of whisky sellers prosecuted, and kind and extent of punishment of
each. 55. Number of whites unlawfully on reservation. 56. Occupation. 57. Area of land occupied by them. 58. Quality of said land. 59. Number of acres in reservation. 60. Number of acres of reservation tillable. Is irrigation used, and what part, if any,
is arable? 61. How many acres are fit only for grazing? 62. Number of acres cultivated during the year.
1. By Government. 2. By Indians. 63. Number of acres broken during the year.
1. By Government. 2. By Indians. 64. Number of acres under fence. 65. Rods of fencing made during the year. 66. Gain, if any. 67. Number of allotments made during the year. 68. Whole number of allotments made on reservation to date-acreage, and to which 69. Number of families actually living upon and cultivating lands allotted in severalty. 70. Number of other Indian families engaged in agriculture or other civilized pursuits.
a This means number of Indians treated, not number of cases.
72. Pounds of butter made. 73. Feet of lumber sawed. 74. Feet of timber marketed by Indians of this tribe. 75. Cords of wood cut. 76. Number of pounds of freight transported by Indians of this tribe with their own
teams. 77. Amount earned by them by such freightage. 78. Value of products of Indian labor sold to Government. 79. Value of products of Indian labor sold otherwise. 80. Stock owned or used in tribe. (a)
Statistics in regard to wool, cotton, blankets, baskets, fish, berries, sugar, or other important Indian manufactures or products, should be added to the above. When more space is required in the blank, use additional paper, and refer to the question by title or number. Give statistics of each tribe separately.
SPECIAL SCHEDULE.-POPULATION AND SOCIAL STATISTICS: SIX NATIONS
AND ATLANTIC STATES.
(The lettered details A to E and the inquiries numbered 1 to 30, inclusive, in special schedule for the Five Civilized Tribes are common to this special schedule and are not here reproduced.]
SPECIAL SCHEDULE.—POPULATION AND SOCIAL STATISTICS: FIVE CIVIL
a If the Government stock is attached to the agency generally, do not estimate or give it under this clause in stating statistics of a tribe. Where a tribe gets its sole
use, give it.
1. Christian name in full, and initial of middle name.
Indian name as well. Sur
2. Whether a soldier, sailor, or marine during the civil war (United States or Con
federate), or widow of such person. 3. Relationship to head of family. 4. Whether white, black, mulatto, quadroon, octoroon, Chinese, Japanese, or
Indian. Give tribe or clan. 5. Sex. 6. Age at nearest birthday. If under one year give age in months. 7. Whether single, married, widowed, or divorced. If a polygamist, give number
of wives. 8. Whether married during the census year (June 1, 1889, to May 31, 1890). 9. Mother of how many children, and number of these children living. 10. Place of birth. 11. Place of birth of father. 12. Place of birth of mother. 13. Number of years in the United States. 14. Whether naturalized. 15. Whether naturalization papers have been taken out. 16. Profession, trade, or occupation. If a manufacturer, state kind and value of
plant, with capital employed. 17. Give probable wealth and wages earned. 18. Attendance at school (in months) during the census year (June 1, 1889, to May
31, 1890). 19. Able to read. 20. Able to write. 21. Able to speak English. If not, the language or dialect spoken. 22. Whether suffering from acute or chronic disease, with name of disease and
length of time afflicted. 23. Whether defective in mind, sight, hearing, or speech, or whether crippled,
maimed, or deformed, with name of defect. 24. Whether a prisoner, convict, homeless child, or pauper. 25. Deaths during year to June 1, 1890, with age, sex, and disease. 26. Is the home you live in hired, or is it owned by the head or by a member of the
family? 27. If owned by the head or member of family, is the home free from mortgage
incumbrance? 28. If the head of family is a farmer, is the farm which he cultivates hired, or is
it owned by him or by a member of his family? Give acres, stock, and value
of crops and farm implements. 29. If owned by head or member of family, is the farm free from mortgage incum
brance? 30. If the home or farm is owned by head or member of family, and mortgaged, give
the post-office address of owner. To enumerators: The inquiries numbered 26 to 30, inclusive, must be made concerning each family and each farm visited. Individual Indians and colored or white persons will be enrolled on this blank as well as families. The enumerators will enroll whites as well as Indians when found in the Five Civilized Tribes. All must be enrolled.
SPECIAL SCHEDULE. FOR INDIANS IN TRIBES OR LIVING ON RESERVATIONS, OR AT POSTS UNDER THE JURISDICTION OF THE UNITED STATES.
For identification, give Indian and other name, if there be any.
(Indian and other, if any).
(If a polygamist, give number of wives).
Able to speak English.
ment, ship and service. If widow of soldier or sailor, give data as to husband's service.
SPECIAL SCHEDULE.-INDIANS LIVING AWAY FROM RESERVATIONS.
Supervisor's district No.; Enumeration district No.
SPECIAL SCHEDULE FOR SCHOOLS.
Use a separate sheet for each school among your Indians, whether conducted by
Government or other parties, and whether boarding, day, or night school. White pupils must not be included in these statistics, but may be reported separately. The statistics must be made up from actual records. 1. Name of school. 2. Location. (a) 3. Boarding, day, or night. 4. How sustained. 5. Number of teachers:
Male; female. 6. Number of other school employees:
Male; female. 7. Number of teachers and other school employees:
White; Indian. 8. Number of pupils who can be properly and healthfully accommodated in the
school building. (b) 9. Number who have been crowded into it at any one time during the year. (6) 10. Whole number of scholars who have attended the school one month or more
during the year:(c)
(a) Salaries of teachers and employees.
(6) All other expenses. (e) a Give distance and direction from agency:
b If a boarding school, state also the number of day pupils, if any, in addition to boarders. Give the day pupils separately.
cIf a boarding school, give day pupils, if any, separate from the boarders. dTotal of (a) and (b) in question 17 should equal total of (a) and (b) in question 18.
e This must include clothing, subsistence, books, furniture, bedding, etc., all the items which are called for in the monthly statements of issues and expenditures at schools, except cost of repairs, which will be given separately in answer to question 23.