If this person is of full-blood of this tribe, enter "/." For mixture with another tribe, enter name of latter. For mixture with white, enter "W.;" with black, "B.;" with mulatto, "Mu."
If this is a white person adopted into the tribe, enter "W.A.;" if a negro or mulatto, enter "B.A."
If this person has been for any time habitually on the reservation, state the time in years or fractions.
If this person wears citizen's dress state the time in years or fractions since he or she has habitually so worn it.
If other than native language is spoken by this person, enter for English, "E.;" Spanish, "S.;" French, "F.;" &c.
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