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Indian census rolls, Albuquerque School, 1904-1907, 1910, 1911

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Washington, D.C. : National Archives & Records Administration, 1965
1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.
National Archives microfilm publications; Microcopy 595

Notes

Microfilm of originals in the National Archives in Washington, D.C.

See also Northern Pueblo, Pueblo, Pueblo Day Schools, Santa Fe, Southern Pueblo, and United Pueblo under "Indian census roll, (Agency)..." in the Author/Title microfiche catalog.

With: United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs / Indian census rolls, 1885-1940

Includes the following bands of Pueblo Indians for 1904: Laguna Band, Paguate Band, Encinal Band, Casa Blanca Band, Mesita Band, Paraje Band, Seama Band, Acoma Band, McCaratys Band, Isleta Band, San Felipe Band, Santa Ana Band, San Dia Band.

Includes the following Pueblo bands for 1905: Laguna Band, Paguate Band, Seama Band, Paraje Band, Mesita Band, Casa Blanca Band, Acoma Band, McCartys Band, Isleta Band, San Felipe Band, Santa Ana Band, Encinal Band, San Dia Band and the Platero Band of Navajo at Canon Cito.

Includes the following bands of Pueblo Indians for 1906: Mesita Band, Encinal Band, Acoma Band, Paquate Band, San Felipe Band, Santa Ana Band, McCartys Band, Paraje Band, Casa Blanca Band, Laguna Band, Seama Band, Isleta Band, San Dia Band, and the Platero Band of Navajo Indians.

Includes the following bands of Pueblo Indians for 1907: Canon Cito Band, Paquate Band, Paraje Band, Mesita Band, Laguna Band, Casa Blanca Band, San Felipe Band, Isleta Band, Encinal Band, Santa Ana Band, Acoma Band, Acomita Band, San Dia Band, and Seama Band.

Includes the following bands of Pueblo Indians for 1910: Acoma Band, McCartys Band, Isleta Band, Casa Blanca Band, Encinal Band, Laguna Band, Mesita Band, Paquate Band, Paraje Band, Seama Band, San Felipe Band, San Dia Band, Santa Ana Band, Acoma Band, Canon Cito Navajos.

Includes the following bands of Pueblo Indians for 1911: Seama Band, San Felipe Band, Sandia Band, Paguate Band, laguna Band, Mesita Band, Santa Ana Band, Isleta Band, Encinal Band, Casa Blanca Band, Acoma Band, Paraje Band, and Canon Cito Band of Navajo Indians.

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