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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1893
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Executive orders relating to Indian reservations from November 29, 1892, to November 23, 1893,   p. 596 PDF (263.2 KB)


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EXECUTIVE ORDERS RELATING TO INDIAN RESERVATIONS FROM NOVEM- 
BER 29, 1892, TO NOVEMBER 23, 1893. 
HOII RESERVATION, WASH. 
EXECUTIVE MANSION, Sei)temiber 11, 1893. 
It is hereby ordered that the following-described lands, situated and lying
in the 
State of Washington, viz: Commencing at a point in the middle of the mouth
of 
the Hoh River, Jefferson County, Washington, and running thence up said river
in 
the middle of the channel thereof one mile; thence due south to the south
bank of 
said river; thence due south from said south bank one iaile; thence due west
to the 
Pacific Ocean, and thence with the Pacific coast line to the place of beginning,
be, 
and the same are hereby, withdrawn from sale and settlement and set apart
as a 
reservation for the Hoh Indians not now residing upon any 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
existing 
laws of the United States providing for the disposition of the public domain,
are 
hereby excepted and excluded from the reservation hereby created.       
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GROVER CLEVELAND. 
OSETTE RESERVATION. WASH. 
EXECUTIVE MANSION, Ap ril 12, 1893. 
It is hereby ordered that the following described lands, situated and lying
in the 
State of Washington, viz: Commencing at Point Apot-Sloes (Indian name), on
the ocean beach about one-half a mile north of the Indian village Osette
in Clallam 
County, said State; thence due east one mile; thence due south to the point
of 
intersection with the southern boundary line of the said Indian village extended
eastward, and the northern boundary line of Charley Weberhard's claim; thence
due west to the Pacific Ocean; thence with the Pacific Ocean to the point
of begin- 
ning, be, and the same are hereby, withdrawn from sale and settlement and
set apart 
as a reservation for the Osette Indians not now residing upon any Indian
reserva- 
tion: 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
exist- 
ing laws of the United States providing for the disposition of the public
domain, 
are hereby excepted and excluded from the reservation hereby created. 
GROVER CLEVELAND. 
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