What the 1900 Indian Census Will Tell You

  • All members of the family
  • English and Indian name of each person listed on the Census
  • The relationship each family member has with the head-of-house
  • Month, year of birth and age
  • Number of marriages
  • How long they have been married
  • How many children she has had and how many are still alive
  • Birth places, parents birth places
  • Tribe, parents' tribe
  • What degree of white blood
  • Whether either spouse has plural spouses
  • Whether they lived in a fixed or movable dwelling
  • Whether they rented or owned the property
  • Occupation or ration Indian (dependent upon federal support)
  • How long have they been unemployed
  • Whether they can read, write or speak English
  • Additional information available on Census

Microfilms are available through the nearest LDS Church Family History Center.


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