Leupp Superintendent Annual Reports, 1923

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STATISTICAL. SECTION V.- INDUSTRIES – Continued. . Indian School. LeupP . Leupp . Reservation. 60. Indians engaged in other industries, trades, or professions for themselves( not to include Indians employed by others): ( 1 Number of Indians in each industry. Quantity produced. Value of products produced. ( a) Basket making ( b) Beadwork. 420 ( C) Blanket weaving... Estimated. 6600. 66, 000. ( d) Lace making ( e) Pottery.- ( E) Fishing.-- ( 8) Cutting and selling wood and timber.. ( h) Others( name them) – Silversmithing 11 1500 rings 1000 Bracelets) 5000buttons $ 3, 000. Total. 431 14, 100 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.- $ 69, 000. 720 200 a • • 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.-- 205 54. Total of Nos. 52 and 53.. 55. Total of Nos. 52( a) and 53( a).

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