Nations within a nation: historical statistics of American Indians
Professor Stuart has provided a unique research and reference tool covering a wide range of topics relating to Indian history. In his introduction Stuart discusses the scope and purpose of the volume and describes the difficulties involved in obtaining accurate and comprehensive information on Indian affairs, especially prior to the twentieth century. Each chapter assesses the historical significance of the available data and supplies statistical information in table form as well as suggestions on further reading and other avenues of research. Chapter topics include land base and climate, population, removal and relocation, urbanization, vital statistics, health, education, employment, income, resources and economic development, and the activities of the federal government.
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Land Base and Climate
Removal Relocation and Urbanization
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49th Congress 82nd Congress acreage agency Alaska Natives Aleuts American Indian population Annual Report aornos birth rate Bureau of Indian Census of Population Chapter Chart Series Book Cherokee Cheyenne Commissioner of Indian daily patient load Dakota data on Indian death rates declined Eskimos estimates expenditures farm FEMALE Fiscal Government Printing office hospitals Includes income increased Indian Affairs Indian Health Service Indian land holdings Indian Policy Indian removal Indian Service Indian tribes Indians and Alaska Laurence F males million acres Mississippi Navajo nineteenth century numbers of Indian Oklahoma Pine Ridge presents data Prucha relocation program Removed Sest result selected reservations serial Sest by Government Sffice significant Source South Dakota SS 9S SS.S Statement of Disbursements status Table Thomas Hartley Crawford Total tribal land trust funds TSTAL tuberculosis U.S. Bureau U.S. Census U.S. Congress U.S. Government Printing U.S. Summary United Washington