Hopi Stat Report 1932

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57666 1932 Annual Statistical Report Office of Indian Affairs Section I Industries and Economics State Ona Reservation topi Agency or jurisdiction Part 1. WELFARE OF INDIANS as of Jan. 1, 1932: 5, 961 A- number of Indians entirely self- supporting from their own industry and thrift B- 1. Number partially self- supporting from their own industry and thrift 2. Number who have individual incomes sufficient to cover the above deficit 3. Total of Items 1 and 2 200 None C- 1. Number of adult Indians who make no effort at self- support 2. Number of these whose individual incomes are sufficient for support one D- 1. Number of able- bodies Indians to whom rations were issued Do not include boarding school pupils.) Value of such rations 2. Number of mentally or physically disabled to whom rations were issued value of such rations 3. Number who receive rations in return for labor performed Value of such rations 4. Number to whom cash was paid for labor in 1ieu of rations ( Do not include boarding school pupils.) Value of such rations 5. 00 fone None E- 1. Number of Indians to whom miscellaneous supplies were issued and no labor performed.( Do not include boarding school pupils.).( Ali War supplies.-. surplus) 1, 980 value of such supplies Not known 2. Number who were mentally and physically unable to work for such supplies 150 Value of such supplies 3. Number to whom miscellaneous supplies were issued for labor performed 78 Value of such supplies 3. 120. F- Number of Indians who wear modern attire 00 Phumber of Indians oligible to vote H- 1. Number of Indians able to speak English 1950 2. Number who read and write the English language 3. Number who can neither read nor write in English or own language 4, 211

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