PART IV. SUPPLEMENTARY DATA


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Part IV

Supplementary Data



Appendix: Tables, Inventories, and Charts 151
Tables:
1. Fifteen U.S. Cities with More than 5,000 Native American Inhabitants in 1970 151
2 United States Counties with over 20,000 White Inhabitants with Spanish Surnames in 1950 152
3 Tubac Troopers Who Later Served at Tucson 153
4 Tucson Garrison Strength in May 1779 154
5 Tucson Company Individual Accounts in 1778 155
6 Tucson Garrison Strength in November 1782 157
7 Tucson Company at 1783 Inspection 157
8 Tucson Garrison Strength in January 1784 159
9 Tucson Garrison Strength in October 1785 159
10 Tucson Garrison Strength on 1 January 1817 Company of the Royal Presidio of San Agustín del Tucson, Province of Sonora, First day of the Month of January of 1817 160
11. Native American Population of Tucson, 1752 Enumerated by Captain Joseph Díaz del Carpio 163
12 Native American Population of Tucson, 1766 Enumeration of the Families that Presently Live in Tuxon, Branch Pueblo of the Mission of San Xavier del Baca, Made on 20 February 1766 164
13 Native American Population of Tucson, 1801 Enumeration of the Pueblo Ranch of This Mission, San Agustín del Tucson, Which Lies Three Leagues to the North of This Mission Over a Level Road 165
14 Citizen Population of Bac and Tucson, 1801. There Follows the Enumeration of the Citizens Who Reside in this Mission [of San Xavier del Bac] and its Pueblos 171
15 Ethnic Composition of Eight Sonoran Settlements, in 1796–1797 172
16 Proportion of Unmarried Youths in Sonoran Populations, 1796–1797 172
17 Average Household Size in Selected Sonoran Settlements, 1796–1797 173
18 Tertiary Sex Ratios in Selected Sonoran Settlements, 1796–1797 174
Inventories of Chapel Furnishings:
1 Itemized List of the Vessels of This Church of the Royal Post of Tucson [1797] 175
2 Inventory of the Sacred Vessels, Vestments and Other Valuables Which the Chapel of the Royal Post of Tucson Contains [1820] 176
Charts
1 Diagram of Kinship Relations in the Elías Gonzáles Family 178
2 Tucson Population Pyramid, 1801 180
Notes to the Chapters 181
Bibliography 209
Index 233

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