Indian Land Tenure, Economic Status, and Population Trends: Part 10 of the Report on Land Planning

This report published in 1935 is one of the most comprehensive sources of data on the allotment era with data and statistics on land loss, forced fee patenting, allotment, leasing, agriculture, and population trends and makes a recommendation for loans and the restoration of millions of acres of land to Native people. The Native Lands Advocacy Project has transcribed a number of the tables and has included them in CSV form as part of this dataset.

SECTION I. Complexities of Indian Land Tenure Arising From the Allotment System. Past policy of land liquidation and its results.

SECTION II. Social and Economic Survey of Selected Indian Reservations.

SECTION III. Agricultural Credit Needs of the Indians.

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Author M.L. Wilson
Maintainer David Bartecchi
Last Updated May 15, 2020, 22:27 (UTC)
Created May 15, 2020, 22:09 (UTC)
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