May 11, 1915 Census of Ione and Vacinity Indians Sources Consulted
[By Glen Villa Jr., Last Revised July 31, 2011]

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Amador County
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Supplement #2 Index to Registration Affidavits Amador County, 1916
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Index to Registration Affidavits Amador County, 1924
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Index to Registration Affidavits Amador County, 1928
Index to Registration Affidavits Amador County, 1930
Index to Registration Affidavits Amador County, 1932
Index to Registration Affidavits Amador County, 1934
Index to Registration Affidavits Amador County, 1936
Index to Registration Affidavits Amador County, 1938

Amador Dispatch
--1919, March 28; Lived Here For Over 100 Years
--1921, April 22;
--1924, June 6; $25,000 Damage Suit Filed By Indians
--1924, August 15; Married
--1924, November 28; Johnny Jack Amuck in Sac.
--1927, April 22; A Trio From Ione
--1927, June 17; Aged Indian Woman Dies At Scottsville Home
--1929, July 12; Arrested for Starting Fire
--1929, July 19; 2 Indian Boys Sentenced For Starting Fire
--1930, November 21; INDIAN LADY IS BURIED AT IONE
--1931, January 2; Marriage Licenses
--1931, March 27; Aged Indian Came To End Of Life Trail
--1933, July 28; Well Known Indian From Ione Died At Hospital
--1933, July 28; Man Killed By An Unknown Driver on Road
--1933, August 4; Funeral Service Held For Victim of Motorist
--1939, July 14; Three Ione Women in Auto Accident
--1940, February 9; Sam Howdy Was Called By Death
--1943, March 26; Aged Indian Died At Buena Vista
--1946, July 5; Georgiana Howard is Called By Death
--1947, January 3; Aged Indian Woman Buried Wednesday With Tribal Rites
--1950, July 7; Statement of Votes Cast At The Primary Election, June, 6, 1950
--1955, March 11; Buena Vista Lady Dies
--1956, August 10; Miwok Tribe Ceremonial Dance is Fair Feature
--1957, July 19; George Clifford
--1957, December 20; Henry Miller
--1962, December 6; Jennie Alex
--1965, October 28; Aza McCauley
--1967, October 10; Rose Darrow
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--1972, July 19; Annie Oliver
--1975, October 22; Queenie H. Miller
--1979, February 28; John Custino
--1982, June 2; Lulu Howdy Clifford
--1984, November 2; Obituary
--1987, December 21; Nancy Custino
--1997,January 6; Ruby L. Porter

The Amador Ledger.
--1901, JANUARY 11; Marriage Licenses
--1901, APRIL 12; JAMES M'CAULEY. TOWNSHIP TWO
--1901, AUGUST 9; Criminal Return
--1902, JUNE 13; Criminal Returns.
--1904, APRIL 22; OLETA
--1904, SEPTEMBER 9; SHOOTING NEAR THE BRIDGE HOUSE
--1905, SEPTEMBER 1; ATTEMPT TO COMMIT MURDER
--1905, SEPTEMBER 8;
--1905, SEPTEMBER 15; SUPERIOR COURT
--1906, APRIL 13; Additional Locals.
--1906, JULY 6; From Our Exchanges
--1906, AUGUST 17; Criminal Returns.
--1907, AUGUST 30; From Our Exchanges
--1907, SEPTEMBER 20; Criminal Returns
--1907, NOVEMBER 8; Hunting Licenses.
--1908, MARCH 6; T, H. Gartlin, justice court township 2.
--1909, AUGUST 13; DIED
--1911, JUNE 9; FROM OUR EXCHANGES
--1931, October 17; Attend Luncheon: Hear Indian Lore
--1940, February 8; Sam Howdy, Well Known Indian, Dies At Ione
--1943, April 1; Charlie Maximo, Aged Ione Indian, Is Laid to Rest
--1946, July 4; Well Known Indian Woman Dies Here
--1947, January 2; Indian Woman 111 Years Old, Dies in Jackson Valley
--1957, December 19; Henry Miller, Ione Native, Is Victim of Heart Attack

Amador Progress News
--1954, May 6;  An Interesting Letter Received By Buena Vista Historical Society

Auburn Journal
--1950, June 15;Three Jailed By City Police
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Ione Valley Echo
--1923, February 3; Local and Personal
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--1923, July 14; Indian Dan Convalescing
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--1925, March 21;
--1925, April 11; Grammar School Notes
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Sacramento Bee
--1935, April 26; Indians Scalp Dinner But Are Held Hostage
--1937, December 8; Beaten Woman Dies; Man is Held
--1944, January 28; Frank F. Miller
--1947, January 3; Jackson (Amador Co.) Jan. 3.
--1965, March 7; Alice E. Wiley
--1965, March 7; Wiley

Sacramento Union
--1935, January 22, 1935; Tribesman Turn To Acorns For Food
--1935, January 31, 1935; Indian Maidens Prepare Dinner
--1937, December 9; Death Suspect Still Hunted Negro Wanted in Fatal Beating of Woman
--1941, September 21; Indians on Reservation Near Auburn Endure Primitive Conditions to Keep Tribe Intact
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San Francisco Examiner
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Stockton Record
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