Navajo Superintendent Annual Reports, 1920

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20 STATISTICAL. SECTION V. — INDUSTRIES – Continued. Navajo - Indian School. Navajo ---- - Reservation. 15. Use of school and agency lands: School lands ( acres). ( 2). Agency lands ( acres). Total acres. 25 .- 28. 130 ( a) Building sites--- ( b) Under cultivation. ( c) Used for pasture- ( d) Used for corrals or yard--- ( e) Used for other purposes( name purpose) – 100 1260. 230. - 1260 ( f) Unused- 52 ( 8) Total. 1416. a 160 L15gS. ( 1) ( 4) 16. Wagon roads on reservation: Complete ( a) Miles of roads.. ( 2) On agency lands. On school lands. ( 3), On Indian lands. Total on reservation. . 60. 0.... . 601. $. ( b) Cost- In course of construction ( c) Miles of roads ( d) Cost when completed. Total ( e) Miles of roads( total of a and c)... ( f) Cost( total of b and d)- Repaired during fiscal year ( g) Miles of roads repaired 80... - 80.... ( h) Cost of repairs- $ 246, 25* 17. Number, acreage, and value of school, agency, demonstration, and experimentation farms on the reservation: ( 1) ( 2) Kinds of farms. Number of Aereage of ( 4) ( 3) Value per acre. Total value. such farms. such farms. ( a) School farms - 120... 8370 ( b) Agency farms. 153. 2100. ( c) Demonstration farms ( d) Experimentation farms Total. 15, 470. a These figures must agree with acreage reported under queries 11( n) and 12( 0), pages 17 and 18.

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