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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1905
Part I ([1905])

Schedule of the name of each Indian reservation, under what agency or school, tribes occupying or belonging to it, area unalloted, and authority for its establishment,   pp. 490-504 PDF (5.6 MB)


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490      REPORTS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. 
Schedule of the name of each Indian reservation, under what agency or school,
trilw occupy- 
ing or belonging to it, area unallotted, and authority for its establishment.
Name of reservation and 
tribe.          I 
Area. 
Date of treaty, law, or other authority establishing 
reserve. 
ARIZONA.        -I 
Acres. 
Colorado Rivera ............. b c 240,640 
(Under Colorado   River 
School.) 
Tribes: Chemehuevi, Ka- 
wia, Cocopa,d Mohave. 
Fort Apache---------------b 1,681,920 
(Under Fort Apache 
School.) 
Tribes: Chilion, Chirica- 
hua, Coyotero, Mim- 
brefio and Mogollon, 
Apache. 
Gila  Bend ................... 11 c 22,391 
(Under Pima School.). 
Tribe: Papago. 
Gila River-................... 357,120 
(Under Pima School.) 
Tribes: Maricopa and 
Pima. 
Havasupai (Supai)...........b38,400 
(Under Havasupai School.) 
Tribe: Havasupai. 
Hopi (Moqui) ................ 2,472,320 
(Under Moqui School.) 
Tribe: Hopi (Moqui). 
Navaho e ..................... 9,503,763 
(Under Navaho, Western 
Navaho, and San Juan 
schools and farmer on 
Extension.) 
Tribe: Navano. 
Papago ...................... 
(Under Papago farmer.) 
Tribe: Papago. 
Salt River ................... 
(Under Pima School.) 
Tribes: Maricopa   and 
Pima. 
San  Carlos ................... 
(Under San Carlos Agency.) 
Tribes: Arivaipa, Chil- 
ion, Chiricahua, Coyo- 
tero, Mimbreflo, Mogol- 
Ion, Mohave, Pinal, San 
Carlos, Tonto, and Yu- 
ma Apache. 
W alapai ..................... 
(Under Truxton Canyon 
School.) 
Tribe: Walapai. 
c 27, 566 
1 46,720 
1,834,240 
730,880 
Total            16 917,560 
Total ..................  1 ,y91..56 
CALIFORNIA. 
Digger.......................    330 
(Under a farmer.) 
Tribe: Digger. 
Hupa Valley ..............  b f 99,051 
(Under Hupa Valley 
School.) 
Tribes: Hunsatung, Hu- 
pa, Klamath    River, 
Miskut, Redwood, 
Saiaz, Sermalton, and 
Tishtanatan. 
a Partly in California. 
b Out boundaries surveyed. 
c Surveyed. 
Act of Mar. 3,1865, vol. 13, p. 559; Executive orders, Nov. 22 
1873, Nov. 16, 1874, and May 15, 1876. See sec. 25, Indian 
appropriation act, approved Apr. 21,1904, vol. 33, p. 224.) 
Executive orders, Nov. 9, 1871, Dec. 14, 1872, Aug. 5, 1873, 
July 21,1874, Apr. 27,1876, Jan. 26 and Mar. 31,1877; act of 
Feb. 20,1893, vol. 27, p. 469; agreement made Feb. 25,1896, 
approved by act of June 10,1896, vol. 29, p. 358. (See act of 
June 7, 1897, vol. 30, p. 64.) 
Executive order, Dec. 12, 1882. 
Act of Feb. 28,1859, vol. 11, p. 401; Executive orders, Aug.31, 
1876, Jan. 10, 1879, June 14, 1879, May 5, 1882, and Nov. 15, 
1883. 
Executive orders, June 8 and Nov. 23, 1880, and Mar. 31, 
1882. 
Executive order Dec. 16, 1882. 
Treaty of June 1, 1868, vol. 15, p. 667, and Executive orders, 
Oct. 29,1878, Jan. 6,1880, two of May 17,1884, and Nov. 19, 
1892. 1,769,600 acres in Arizona and 967,680 acres in Utah 
were added to this reservation by Executive order of May 
17,1884, and 46,080 acres in New Mexico restored to public 
domain, but again reserved by Executive orders, Apr. 
24,1886, Jan. 8,1900, and Nov. 14,1901. Executive orders 
of Mar. 10, 1905, and May 15, 1905, 61,523 acres added to 
reservation. 
Executive order, July 1, 1874, and act of Aug. 5,1882, vol. 22, 
p. 299. 41,622.65 acres allotted to 291 Indians, and 14 acres 
reserved for school site; the residue, 27,566 acres, un- 
allotted. (See letter book 208, p. 408.) 
Executive orders, June 14, 1879, and Sept. 15, 1903. (See 
Senate Doc. 90, 58th Cong., 2d sess.) 
Executive orders. Nov. 9, 1871, Dec. 14, 1872, Aug. 5, 1873, 
July 21,1874, Ajr. 27,1876, Jan. 26 and Mar. 31,1877; act of 
Feb. 20,1893, vol. 27, p. 469; agreement made Feb. 25, 1896, 
approved by act of June 10, 1896. vol. 29, p. 358. (For 
fuller text see Misc. Indian Doc., vol. 49, p. 159.) (See act 
of June 7, 1897, vol. 30, p. 64; act of Mar. 2, 1901, vol. 31 
p. 952.) 
Executive order, Jan. 4, 1883. 
Act of Mar. 3, 1893 (27 Stats., 612), provides for purchase of 
330 acres; not allotted. 
Act of Apr. 8,1864, vol. 13, p. 39; Executive orders, Nov. 16, 
1855, June 23, 1876, and Oct. 16, 1891. There have been 
allotted to 639 Indians 29,143.38 acres, reserved to 3 vil- 
lages 68.74 acres, and opened to settlement under act of 
June 17, 1892 (27 Stats., p. 52), 15,096.11 acres of land (for- 
merly Klamath River Reservation.) Letter books 263, 
p. 96; 382, p. 480; 383, p. 170. 
d Not on reservation. 
e Partly in New Mexico. 
f Partly surveyed. 
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