San Juan School Superintendent's Annual Reports, 1922

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Restrepresented immediate areas nearnestnesses assessmenacemessage sentencinnatecratersonnectednesses 50 STATISTICAL . SECTION X. — DISTRIBUTION OF GOVERNMENT PROPERTY — Continued. ... San Juan Indian School, San. Juan .............. Reservation. 5. Industries: ( 1) Allotting a ( 2) Value of camp outfit....... No.- Alloting. Property............ S.-...-..-..- ( b) Value of surveying instruments...................... ( c) Value of furniture and fixtures. ( d) Value of live stock. ( e) Value of wagons and vehicles.............. ( E) Value of tools and implements..................... ( 8) Value of miscellaneous property.................. ...-...-...-.....-...-...- ( W) Total value of all property used for allotting service . ...-......-...-......-...-..-...-( 2) Irrigation b- ( a) Buildings. ... N. one........ number of buildings at total value of... -... -... -.. ---- ( b) Value of inventory. 1. Supplies on hand. 2. Material( lumber, cement otc .). 3. Equipment( plows, drills, machinery, etc.).....-..-...-. ( c) Value of telephone equipment-................... ( d) Value of miscellaneous property ( e) Total value of property used for irrigation............................................. a II are not availablo, procuro same from allotting agent on resorvation 6 in data aro not availabio , procure some from engineer in charge of project,. Contemporation

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