Leupp Superintendent Annual Reports, 1922
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STATISTICAL. SECTION V. — INDUSTRIES — Continued. Indian School. Lanрр. Leupp Reservation. 50. Indians engaged in other industries, trades, or professions for themselves( not to include Indians employed by others): ( 1) Quantity Value of produced. ( a) Basket making: Number of Indians in each industry. products produced. ( b) Beadwork. ( C) Blanket weaving.. Estimated. 350. 6200.. . 62, 000 ( d) Lace making--- ( e) Pottery.. ( E) Fishing.. ( 8) Cutting and selling wood and timber.. ( h) Others( name them) – Silversmithing. 75. 3, 000.. 45 .. 65, 000. 450 Total. 51. Number of able- bodied adult Indians under your jurisdiction who support themselves by their own industry and thrift. 52. Number of able- bodied adult Indians other than above who make an effort at self- support but are not entirely self- supporting by their own industry and thrift.- ( a) Number of these Indians who have sufficient individual Indian moneys or receive annui ties sufficient to make up the deficiency for their support and not supplied by their own industry..- 125 120 53. Number of able- bodied adult Indians who make no effort at self- support. ( a) Number of these Indians who have individual Indian moneys or receive annuities sufficient for their support. 54. Total of Nos. 52 and 53. 235 55. Total of Nos. 52( a) and 53( a)----
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