Walker River Valley Paiute rolls, 1897-1920; Mason Valley Paiute rolls, 1915-1920

extracted by Doreen Robinson
Books/Monographs
English
Pawtucket, Rhode Island : Quintin Publications, 2000
1 vol. (various paging)
1582112223

Notes

Microfilm copies of the original census rolls are available at the Family History Library. Films 579,698 and 579,699 include Paiute rolls from the Nevada Agency from 1886-1907. The Walker River Agency was created later. Films 583,088 and 583,089 include rolls from the Walker River Agency including the Mason Valley Paiutes.

Names from the census rolls are listed in alphabetical order under each year. Information includes English name, Indian name (if given), allotment number (if allotted - the Mason Valley Paiute were not), sex, relationship to head of household, age, roll number in original census and remarks.

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