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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1904
Part I ([1904])

Executive orders,   p. 530 PDF (270.9 KB)


Page 530

EXECUTIVE ORDERS. 
EXTENSION TO NAVAHO RESERVATION, ARIZONA. 
WHITE HouSE, November 14,1901. 
It is hereby ordered that the following-described tract of country in Arizona,
viz, com- 
mencing at a point where the south line of the Navaho Indian Reservation
(addition of 
January 8, 1900) intersects the Little Colorado River; thence due south to
the fifth standard 
parallel north; thence east on said standard to the middle of the south line
of township 21 
north, range 15 east; thence north on the line bisecting townships 21, 22,
23, 24, said range 
15 east, to the south line of the Moqui Reservation; thence due west to the
place of begin- 
ning, be, and the same is hereby, withdrawn from sale and settlement until
such time as the 
Indians residing thereon shall have been settled permanently under the provisions
of the 
homestead laws or the general allotment act approved February 8, 1887 (24
Stats., 388), 
and the act amendatory thereof, approved February 28, 1891 (26 Stats., 794).
THEODORE ROOSEvELT. 
ADDITION TO PINE RIDGE RESERVATION, S. DAK. 
WHITE HousE, January 25, 1904. 
It is hereby ordered that the tract of country in the State of Nebraska "withdrawn
from 
sale and set aside as an addition to the present Sioux Indian Reservation
in the Territory of 
Dakota," by Executive order dated January 24,1882, be, and the same
hereby is, restored to 
the public domain. 
THEODORE ROOSEVELT. 
PINE RIDGE SCHOOL RESERVATION, S. DAK. 
WHITE HousE, February 20, 1904. 
It is hereby ordered that the Executive order of January 25, 1904, restoring
to the public 
domain the tract of country in the State of Nebraska which was "withdrawn
from sale and 
set aside as an addition to the present Sioux Indian Reservation in the Territory
of Dakota," 
by Executive order dated January 24, 1882, is hereby modified and amended
so as to per- 
manently reserve from entry and settlement, and to constitute a part of the
Pine Ridge 
Sioux Indian Reservation in South Dakota, the section of land embracing the
Pine Ridge 
Boarding School Irrigation Ditch and the School Pasture, which when surveyed
is supposed 
will constitute section 24, township 35 north, range 45 west; and said lands
are hereby 
reserved and set aside for said purpose. 
T530mD   ROOSEVELT. 
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