Santa Fe School Annual Reports, 1923

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17 STATISTICAL . SECTION v. INDUSTRIES Continued. Santaro . Indian School, Reservation. Distribution and character of land: 11. Reserved for school: Acrooge. Value per acre. Total value, 50 ( 3) Agricultural , now irrigated 200 $. $ 20000000. ( b) Agricultural, not irrigated but susceptible thereof and for which there is apparent water supply-... ( c) Agricultural , irrigation unnecessary............................................. Total agricultural land( total of a, b , and c ).............. 10, 000. 00 50 56. $ 10 21, 63 15. ( e) Grazing( open country) ( f) Grazing( swamp) ( g) Timber and covered with pasture grass......... ... ---$ 33050 Total grazing land ( total of e, f, and g) 763 () Swamp, nongrazing- and ( i) Timber land not covered with posturo grass --- ( k) Mineral land ( 1) Valuable for other purposes ................ ( m) Unfit for any purpose Total, all classes ( total of d, h, i, j, K, 1, and m) a 1263. o. 313Soda5o • These figure must show the total acreago and value, respectively, of lands reserved for school purposes, and must be equal to the sum of acreage Land value of school lands roported in query, pages 18 and 16 tottered,

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