The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 11, July 1907 - April, 1908 Page: 276
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276 Texas Historical Association Quarterly.
The territory then occupied by perhaps four thousand Indians now
supports one hundred thousand people.' Kept down by epi-
demics, crude means of getting food, and to some extent by war, the
number of these natives was small. But few then, they are incom-
parably fewer today, for the descendants of all these tribes, now
living on the reservations, do not exceed two hundred or three
'The surviving Caddo and Hasinai together numbered 551 persons in
1906 (Data given by Dr. Mooney in a communication of April 23, 1908).
'Estimate based on the United States Census for 1900.
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