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Friday, October 29, 2010

Preliminary Report on Abenaki Petition for Tribal Recognition - [Exhibits]: March 12, 2002: Exhibit 3 Continued:

Ninth Census
The Statistics of the Population of the United States,
embracing The Tables of Race, Nationality, Sex,
Selected Ages, and Occupations.
To which are added
The Statistics of School Attendence and Illiteracy, of Schools, Libraries, Newspapers and Periodicals, Churches, Pauperism and Crime, and of Areas, Families, and Dwellings.
From the Original Returns of the Ninth Census
June 01, 1870
Printed in 1872
Page 68
Population By Counties 1790-1870
Table II. State of Vermont
Page 277
Population of Civil Divisions Less Thank Counties.
Table III. State of Vermont.
Department of the Interior
The Census Office
Report on Indians Taxed and Indians Not Taxed
in the United States (except Alaska)
at the Eleventh Census: 1890
Printed 1894
Page 23 Introduction
Census of 1880
Page 24 Report of Indians Taxed and Not Taxed.
Sex of the Civilized Indian Population,
with General Nativity, 1880-Continued.
Page 25
Indians, Census of 1890 (Alaska excepted).
Page 26 Report o Indians Taxed and Not Taxed.
Indians, Census of 1890 (Alaska excepted) - Continued
Page 28 Report on Indians Taxed and Not Taxed.
Indians who are citizens of the United States.
Civilized Indians OFF RESERVATIONS, taxed, at Census of 1890, 1880,1870, and 1860.
Page 602
The civilized (self-supporting) Indians of Vermont, counted in the general census, number 34 (23 males and 11 females), and are distributed as follows:
Chittenden County: 8
Essex County: 13
Windsor County: 8
other counties (3 or less in each): 5.

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