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Published on Nov 6, 2006
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The year 1911 was a low point in history for Native Americans. Contact with white men's diseases and violence had reduced their numbers from over 10 million to less than 300,000. In California, there were only 50,000 Indians alive. Most were living on reservations or had been assimilated into the general population.