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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1880
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Schedule showing the names of Indian reservations in the United States, agencies, denomination nominating agents, tribes occupying or belonging to the reservation, area of each reservation in square miles and acres, and reference to treaty, law, or other authority by which reservations were established,   pp. 228-229-236-237 PDF (2.7 MB)


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Schedule showing the nantes of ,indian reservations in the United States,
agencies, denomination nominating agents, tribes occupying or belonging to
the reser- 
vation, area of each reservation in square miles and acres, and reference
to treaty, law, or other authority by which reservations were established.
Name of reservation. 
ARIZONA TERIrORY. 
Colorado River (a)..... 
Gila River----------- 
Moqtdi Pueblo .......... 
Pipago  ................ 
White Mountain-....... 
Agency. 
Denomination. 
Colorado River ... Reformed I. 
Pima, Maricopa, 
and Papago. 
Navajo ........... 
Pima, Maricopa, 
and Papago. 
San Carlos-...... 
Reformed. 
_.. .do  ............. 
Supai---------------....................... .................. 
Total .................................  .................... 
CALIFORNIA. 
Tloopa Valley .......... Hoopa Valley ..... Methodist. 
Mission ................ Mission.............     ......... 
Round Valley .......... Round Valley_.Methodist. 
Tule River ............. 
Klamath River. 
Tule River .........do............. 
Name of tribe occupying reservation. 
Hwalapai (b), Kemahwivi (Tantawait), 
Koahualla, Kokopa (b), Mohavi, and 
Yuma. 
Marikopa and Pima ................... 
Moqui (Shinumo) .................... 
Papaho  ............................... 
Aravapai, Chilion, Cbirikahwa, Koio- 
tero, Mienbre, Mogollon, Mohavi, 
Pinal, Tonto, and Yuma-Apache. 
Suppai ............................... 
................. ....................... 
Hunsatung, HIupA, Klamath River, 
Miskut, Redwood, Saiaz, Sermalton, 
and Tishtanatan. 
Klamath River (b), Mission, and Teme- 
kula. 
Konkau, Little Lake, Pitt River, Pot- 
ter Valley, Redwood, Wailakki, and 
Yuki. 
Kawia, Kings River, Monache, Tehon, 
Tule, and Wichumni. 
Klamath River ....................... 
Total .......................................................................
Square 
miles. 
470 
243 
1091 
3, 950 
60 
4, 832j 
140 
203 
324 
76 
40 
783 
Area in 
acres. 
*300, 800 
*155, 440 
*70, 080 
2,1528, 000 
38,400 
3,092,720 
189,$572 
*130100 
*207,1360 
t48,551 
25,1600 
501,2083 
Date of treaty, law, or other authority establish- 
ing reserve. 
Act of Congress approved March 3, 1865, vol. 13, 
p.559; Executive orders, November 22, 1873, 
ovember 16, 1874 and May 15, 1876. Part of 
this reserve locateh in California. 
Act of Congress approved February 28, 1859, vol. 
11, p. 401; Executive orders, August 31, 1876, 
January 10, 1879, and June 14, 1879. 
Executive order, October 29, 1878; included in 
addition to Navajo reserve. 
Executive order, July 1, 1874. 
Executive orders, November 9, 1871, December 
14, 1872, August 5, 1873, July 21, 1874, April27, 
1876, January 26 and March 31, 1877. 
Executive order, June 8, 1880. 
Act of Congress approved April 8, 1864, vol. 13, 
p 39; Executive order, June 23, 1876. 
Executive orders, December 27, 1875, May 15, 
1876, May 3, August 25, and September 29, 
1877. 
Acts of Congress approved April 8, 1864, vol. 13 
p. 39, and March 3, 1873, vol. 17, p. 634; Execu 
tive orders, March 30, 1870, April 8, 1873, May 
18, 1875, and July 26, 1876. 
Executive orders, January 9, 1873, October 3, 
1873, and August 3, 1878. 
Executive order, November 16, 1855. 
COLORADO. 
lute .................... 
Do ................. 
Los Pinos. 
Southern Ute..... 
Total ................................ 
DAKOTA TERRITORY. 
Crow Creek ............ Crow Creek 
U Denver, Grand River, Vinta, and) 
Ev.   tra ..     Yampa Ute, Kapoti, Muachi, Ta- 
heran.....(bikwachi, and Wiminuchi Ute.  ) 
Episcopal ......... Lower Yanktonai and Minnekonjo 
Sioux. 
t)evil'a Lake..........Devil's Lake ......Catholic...........Cuthead, Sissiton,
and Wahpeton 
Sioux. 
XlandIFeau........... 
Fort Berthold.......... 
Santee and Flan- 
-lreau. 
Fort Berthold-.... 
..................... Santee Sioux 
Congregational ... Arikare, Gros Ventre, and Mandan... 
Lake Traverse......... Sissiton .....      do...........Sissiton and Wahpeton
Sioux ......... 
Old Winnebago ........ Crow Creek .......Episcopal.......Two kettle and Yanktonai
Sioux. 
Pontca-............... 
Sicux .................. 
Do-............... 
Do ................. 
Do  ................ 
Do ................. 
Y-jkton ............... 
Total.......... 
IDAHO TERRITORY. 
.............. . ..... 
Cheyenne River.. 
Lower Brul6 ...... 
Red Cloud (Pine 
Ridge). 
Spotted Tail (Rose- 
bud). 
Standing Rock.... 
Yankton .......... 
Episcopal. 
.. .do  ............. 
... do   .      . 
....do  ............. 
Catholic .......... 
Episcopal. 
Blackfeet, Minnekonjo, Sans Arcs,)I 
and Two Kettle Sioux. 
Lower BrulM Sioux ............. 
Northern Arapahoe, and CheyenneI 
and Ogalalla Sioux. 
Minnekonjo, Ogalalla, and Upper 
Br'ute Sioux. 
Blackfeet, Unkpapa, Lower and Up-i 
per Yanktonai Sioux. 
Yankton Sioux ....................... 
19, 480 'itl2, 467, 200 
19, 480 
318 
360 
4, 550 
1, 435 
652 
150 
49, 076 
672J 
12, 467, 200 
t203, 397 
*230, 400 
2, 912, 000 
+918,780 
416, 915 
*96, 000 
*31, 408, 551 
5430, 405 
57, 2131 36, 616, 448 
Treaties ot October 7, 1863, vol. 13, p. 673, and 
March 2, 1868, vol. 15, p. 619; act of Congress 
approved April 29, 1874, vol. 18, p. 36; Execu- 
tive orders, November 22, 1875, August 17, 
1876, and February 7, 1879. 
Order of department, July 1, 1863 (see annual 
report, 1863, p. 318); treaty of April 29, 1868, 
vol. 15, p. 635. 
Treaty of February 19,1867, vol. 15, p. 505; agree- 
ment, September 20, 1872, confirmed in Indian 
appropriation act approved June 22, 1874, vol. 
18, p. 167. 
Land selected by eighty-five Indian families as 
homesteads, under 6th article of treaty of April 
29, 1868, vol. 15, p. 637. 
Unratified agreement of September 17, 1851, and 
July 27, 1866; Executive orders April 12, 1870, 
and July 13, 1880. 
Treaty of Febiuary 19,1867, vol. 15, p. 505; agree- 
ment, September 20, 1872; confirmed in Indian 
appropriation act approved June 22, 1874, vol. 
18, p. 167. 
Order of department, July 1, 1863 (see annual re- 
port, 1863, p. 318); treaty of April 29, 1868, vol. 
15, p. 635. 
Treaty of March 12, 1858, vol. 12, p. 997; and sup- 
plemental treaty, March 10, 1865, vol. 14, p. 675. 
ITreaty of April 29, 1868, vol. 15, p. 635; and Ex- 
ecutive orders, January 11, March 16, and May 
20, 1875, and November 28, 1876; agreement, 
ratified by act of Congress approved February 
28, 1877, vol. 19, p. 254; Executive order, Au- 
gust 9, 1879. 
Treaties of April 19, 1858, vol. 11, p. 744, and of 
April 29, 1868, vol. 15, p. 635. 
Cceur d'Al6neC.......... Colville ............Cceurd'Alene, Kutenay,Pendd'Oreille,
              1,150    *736, 0001 Executive orders, June 14,1867, and November
8, 
and Spokane.                                  .        1873.            
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(a) Partly in California.  (b) Not on reservation.  Partly surveyed.   t
Outboundaries surveyed.   5 Surveyed.   ยง Indians removed to Indian
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