Navajo Superintendent Annual Reports, 1921

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STATISTICAL. SECTION V. — INDUSTRIES – Continued. Narsa... Indian School. Navajo .. Reservation. 31. Crops raised by Indians and value thereof( garden truck may be combined as miscellaneous): ON ALLOTTED LANDS. ON UNALLOTTED LANDS. Kinds. Unit. ( 1). Quantity. Value. Quantity. ToTAL. ( 2) Value. ( 5) Quantity. ( 6) Value. ( a)- Open -- 1be value. - 400000$- 80000 400000- 80000 1000-- 50000- 1000- 50000 ( b)-- Hay -- tong ( C)-- Vegetable8, Eto--- ------- Estimated ---- 8000 --- 8000 ( d)-- Potatoe8--- --- 1- b8 200000-- 11200 - 11800. ( 1) ( g) ( h)-- ( i) Total value 89200. 0. 89200. 32. Disposition of above crops: ( a) Value of crops consumed by the Indians. $- 60000.- - 29200. ( b) Value of crops sold by the Indians.. ( c) Value of crops remaining on hand.. ( d) a. 89 200. Total.. 33. Largest acreages farmed by individual Indians: ( 2) ( 1) Name of Indian. Degree of Indian blood. ( 3) Age. ( 4) Aereage farmed. ( 5) Principal crops. raised. ( 6) Value of crops raised. - Full- 49--- 17- Hay- le- Veg---$- 1000.- do 45.' 20 Hay& Pots. 1200.- Arthur- Upshaw- Tenet. Iso8y James- B1 askgoat Blue Eyes ----- do--- 46-- 18 Hay --- 1000--- 61. 20 Hay, gorn, Veg 1300. 41.. 15 Cornpotatoes.. 900.- do . Thomas. Daimon đ0.. a These figures must agree.

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