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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1892
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Executive orders relating to Indian reservations from October 17, 1891, to November 28, 1892,   pp. 876-878 PDF (1.3 MB)


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876        ORDERS RELATING TO INDIAN         RESERVATIONS. 
EXECUTIVE ORDERS RELATING TO INDIAN RESERVATIONS FROM 
OCTOBER 17, 1891, TO NOVEMBER 28, 1892. 
NAVAJO RESERVATION, ARIZ. 
EXECUTIVE MANSION, Washington, D. C., November 19, 1892. 
It is hereby ordered thatthe Executive order of May 17,1884, by PresidentChes-
ter A. Arthur, withdrawing from sale and settlement and setting apart as
a 
reservation for Indian purposes certain lands in the Territories of Utah
and 
Arizona, be, and the same hereby is, modified so that all the lands described
in 
said order which lie west of the 110th degree of west longitude and within
the 
Territory of Utah be, and the same hereby are, restored to the public domain,
freed from the reservation made by said order. 
BENJ. HARRISON. 
RED LAKE RESERVATION, MINN. 
EXECUTIVE MANSION, November 21, 1892. 
It is hereby ordered that the following tracts of land in the State of Min-
nesota, viz: Fractional section 33 in township 152 north, of range 32 west.
and 
fractional sections 4, 9,16, 17, 19, and 20, and section 21 in township 151
north, of 
range 32 west, be, and the same are hereby, reserved from entry and sale
as pub- 
lic lands and added to the Red Lake Indian Reservation, as a part of the
same 
for the use and benefit of the Indians thereof, with like tenure as the other
lands now included within the reservation according to the terms of the agree-
ment negotiated with said Indians by the Chippewa Commission in accordance
with the provisions of the act of Congress approved January 14, 1889 (25
Stats., 
642), which agreement was approved by the President March 4,1890. 
BENJ. HARRISON. 
FORT BERTHOLD RESERVATION, N DAKo 
EXECUTIVE MANSION, June 17, 1892. 
It is hereby ordered that the following-dessribed lands, situated and lying
in 
the State of North Dakota, namely, all that portion of township 147 north,
range 
87 west, lying north of the Missouri River, in the State of North Dakota,
not 
included within the Fort Stevenson military reservation, said State, be,
and 
the same is hereby, withdrawn from sale and settlement, and added to the
Fort 
Be rthold Indian Reservation: Provided, however, That any tract or tracts,
if 
any, the title to which has passed out of the United States, or to which
valid 
legal rights have attached under the existing laws of the United States provid-
ing for the disposition of the public domain, are hereby excerpted and excluded
from the addition hereby made to the said Fort Berthold Indian Reservation.
BENJ. HARRISON. 
YAKAMA RESERVATION (FISHERY), WASH. 
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, OFFICE  OF INDIAN AFFAIRS, 
Washington, November 21, 1892. 
SIR: On the 19th of July last, Jay Lynch, agent for the Yakama Indians, 
called attention to the tenth article of the treaty of June 9, 1855 (12 Stats.,
p. 
954), which provides- 
That there is also reserved and set apart from the lands ceded by this treaty
for the use and 
benefit of the aforesaid confederated tribes and bands, a tract of landnot
exceeding in quantity 
one township of 6 miles square, situated at the forks of the Pisquouse, or
Wenatshapam 
River, and known as the "Wenatshapam fishery," which said reservation
shall be surveyed 
and marked out whenever the President may direct, and be subject to the same
provisions and 
restrictions as other Indian reservations- 


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