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  The 1900 U.S. Census was the first to list Native Americans living on reservations. Native Americans not living on reservations were listed beginning in 1860.
In prior years, Native Americans were not listed at all unless they lived in settled areas, were taxed, and did not maintain a tribal affiliation.
 

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