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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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498      REPORTS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. 
Schedule of the name of each Indian reservation, under what agency or school,
tribes occupying 
or belonging to it, area unallotted, and authority for its establishment-Continued.
Name of reservation and 
tribe. 
NORTH DAKOTA--continued. 
Standing Rock .............. 
(Under Standing Rock 
Agency.) 
Tribes: Blackfeet,Hunk- 
papa,Upper and Lower 
Yanktonai Sioux. 
Turtle Mountain----------- 
(Under Fort Totten 
School.) 
Tribes: Chippewa of the 
Mississippi. 
Area. 
Acres. 
a2, 672,640 
a 46, 080 
Total-.................3,695,644 
OKLAHOMA. 
Cheyenne and Arapaho ...... 
(Under Cheyenne and 
Arapaho, Cantonment 
and Seger schools.) 
Tribes: Southern Arap- 
aho, and Northern and 
Southern Cheyenne. 
Iowa................... 
(Under Saukand Fox 
School.) 
Tribes: Iowa and Ton- 
kawa. 
Kansa ....................... 
(Under Kaw School.) 
Tribes: Kansa or Kaw. 
Kickapoo .................... 
(Under Shawnee School.) 
Tribes: Mexican Kickapoo. 
Kiowa and Comanche ........ 
(Under Kiowa Agency.) 
Tribes: Apache, Coman- 
che, Delaware, and 
Kiowa. 
Oakland .................... 
(Under Ponca School.) 
Tribes: Tonkawa and 
Lipan. 
b 260 
b c 480, 000 
Osage ........................ bl,470,058 
(Under Osage Agency.) 
Tribes: Great and Little 
Osage.) 
Date of treaty, law, or other authority establishing 
reserve. 
Treaty of Apr. 29, 1868, vol. 15, p. 635, and Executive orders 
Jan. 11-Mar. 16, 1875, and Nov. 28, 1876. Agreement rati- 
fied by act of Feb. 28, 1877, vol. 19, p. 254, and Executive 
orders Aug. 9, 1879, and Mar. 20, 1884 (1,520,640 acres in 
South Dakota); unratified agreement of Oct. 17, 1882. 
(For modification see sundry civil appropriation act ap- 
proved Mar. 3, 1883, vol. 22, p. 624; for text see Misc. In- 
dian Doc., vol. 14, p. 305.) Act of Congress of Apr. 30, 
1888, vol. 25, p. 94, not accepted. Act of Congress, Mar. 2, 
1899, vol. 25, p. 888. President's proclamation of Feb. 10, 
1890, vol. 26, p. 1554. 
Executive orders, Dec. 21, 1882, Mar. 29 and June 3, 1884. 
Agreement made Oct. 2, 1892, amended by Indian appro- 
priation act approved and ratified Apr. 21, 1904, vol. 33, 
p. 194. 
Executive order, Aug. 10, 1869; unratified agreement with 
Wichita, Caddo, and others Oct. 19, 1872. (See annual 
report, 1872, p. 101.) Executive orders of Apr. 18, 1882, 
and Jan. 17,1883, relative to Fort Supply military reserve 
(relinquished for disposal under act of Congress of July 5, 
1894, by authority of Executive order of Nov. 5, 1894, see 
G. L. 0. report, 1899, p. 158). Executive order of July 17, 
1883, relative to Fort Reno military reserve. Agreement 
made October, 1890, and ratified and confirmed in Indian 
appropriation act approved Mar. 3, 1891, vol. 26, pp. 
1022-1026. 529,682.06 acres allotted to 3,294 Indians; 
231,828.55 acres for school lands; 32,343.93 acres reserved 
for military, agency, mission, etc., purposes; the residue, 
3,500,562.05 acres, opened to settlement. (See Pres. proc. 
Apr. 12,1892,vo, 27,p. 1018.) Executive order, July 12,1895. 
President's proclamation of Aug. 12,1903, vol. 33, p. 2317. 
Executive order, Aug. 15, 1883; argeement May 20, 1890, 
ratified by act of Feb. 13, 1891, vol. 26, p. 753. 8,685.30 acres 
allotted to 109 Indians; 20 acres held in common for 
church, school, etc.; the residue opened to settlement. 
Proclamation of President Sept. 18, 1891, vol. 27, p. 989. 
(See annual report, 1891, p. 677, and letter book 222, p. 364.) 
Act of June 5,1872, vol. 17, p. 228; 260 acres reserved for ceme- 
tery, school, and town site. Remainder allotted to 247 
Indians; act of July 1, 1902, vol. 32, p. 636, ratifying agree- 
ment, not dated. 
Executive order, Aug. 15, 1883; agreement June 21, 1891; 
ratified by act of Mar. 3, 1893, vol. 27, p. 557. 22,529.15 
acres allotted to 283 Indians; 479.72 acres reserved for mis- 
sion, agency, and school purposes; residue opened to set- 
tlement by proclamation of the President May 18, 1895, 
vol. 29, p. 868; act of Mar. 3, 1903, vol. 32, p. 1001. 
Treaty of Oct. 21, 1867, vol. 15, pp. 581 and 589; agreement 
made Oct. 6, 1892; ratified by act of June 6, 1900, vol. 31, 
p. 676, ceding 2,488,893 acres, of which 443,338 acres have 
been allotted to 2,759 Indians; 11,972 acres reserved for 
agency, school, religious, and other purposes. The resi- 
due, 2,033,583 acres, opened to settlement (letter books 
486, p. 440; 488, p. 478). President's proclamations of July 
4, 1901, vol. 32, p. 1975; June 23, 1902, vol. 32, p. 2007; Sept. 
4, 1902, vol. 32, p. 2026, and Mar. 29, 1904, vol. 33, p. 2340. 
Act of May 27, 1878, vol. 20, p. 84 (see ansual report for 1882, 
p. LXII). (See deed dated June 14, 1883, from Cherokees, 
vol. 6, Indian Deeds, p. 476.) (See deed from Nez Perc6s, 
May 22, 1885, vol. 6, Indian Deeds, p. 504.) 11,273.79 acres 
allotted to 73 Indians; 160.50 acres reserved for Govern- 
ment and school purposes. The residue, 79,276.60 acres, 
opened to settlement (letter book 257, p. 240). Agreement 
made Oct. 21, 1891, ratified by Indian appropriation act 
approved Mar. 3,1893, vol. 27, p. 644. (For text, see annual 
report 1893, p. 524.) 
Article 16, Cherokee treaty of July 19. 1866, vol. 14, p. 804; 
order of Secretary of the Interior, Mar. 27, 1871; act of 
June 5, 1872, vol. 17, p. 228. (See deed dated June 14, 1883, 
from Cherokee, vol. 6, Indian Deeds, p. 482.) 
a Partly surveyed. 
b Surveyed. 
c The reestablishment of the true meridian by the resurvey of the ninety-eighth
meridian west will 
decrease the area of the Kiowa and Comanche reservation by 31,333.25 acres,
or 49 square miles. 


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