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    2000 U.S. Census Bureau Special Report on American Indian and Alaska Natives
  • Language Spoken at Home and English Speaking Ability
  • Selected Characteristics of the American Indian and Alaska Native Population, Alone, In Combination With Non-AIAN Races, and Total
  • 2000 U.S. Census Bureau Decennial Census
  • Ability to Speak English- 2000
  • Profile of Selected Social Characteristics- 2000
  • 1990 U.S. Census Bureau Characteristics of American Indians (Alaska Natives) by Tribe and Language
  • American Indian Languages Spoken at Home by American Indian Persons 5 Years and Over in Households
  • American Indian Languages Spoken at Home by American Indian Persons in Households, by Sex and Age
  • Social Characteristics
  • 1980 U.S. Census Bureau Report - We the First Americans
  • Summery of Social Characteristics for American Indians, Eskimos and Aleuts for Selected Alaska Native Villages in Alaska, 1980
  • 1940 U.S. Census Bureau Decennial Census
  • Indian Population, by Linguistic Stock, by Age and Sex, for Alaska, 1939
  • 1930 U.S. Census Bureau Decennial Census
  • Indians of Pure and Mixed Blood, by Sex, Age, and Linguistic Stock, for Alaska, 1930
  • Indians, by Linguistic Stock, for Alaska, 1910, 1920, and 1930
  • 1910 U.S. Census Bureau Decennial Census
  • Number of Indians Reported on Special Indian Schedule, Classified by Linguistic Stocks and Tribes
  • 1890 Census Report on the Population and Resources of Alaska
  • Language, by Districts and Sex, of Persons 10 Years of Age and Upward
  • Unpublished Material from Census Data
  • Percent 18+ Years Speaking Non-English Languages, for Regional Corporations, 2000 (Map)
  • Percent of 5-17 Years Old Speaking Non-English Languages, for Regional Corporations, 2000 (Map)
  • Alaska Natives
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