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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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INDIAN RESERVATIONS, AREAS, AND HOW                ESTABLISHED.        499
&chedule 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. 
OKLAHOMA-continued. 
Oto ......................... 
(Under Oto School.) 
Tribes: Oto and Missouri. 
Pawnee-.................... 
(Under Pawnee School.) 
Tribe: Pawnee. 
Ponca ........................ 
(Under Ponca School.) 
Tribe: Ponca. 
Potawatomi ................. 
(Under Shawnee School.) 
Tribes: Absentee Shaw- 
nee and Potawatomi. 
Sauk and Fox-.............. 
(Under Sauk and Fox 
School.) 
Tribes: Ottawa, Sauk 
and Fox of the Missis- 
sippi. 
Area. 
Acres. 
63,419 
8,166 
W ichita ................................... 
(Under Kiowa Agency.) 
Tribes: Ioni, Caddo, Co- 
manche, Delaware, To- 
wakoni,   Waco,    and 
Wichita. 
...........................  a 1,511,576 
Total-................. 
OREGON. 
3, 533.479 
Grande Ronde ...............      440 
(Under Grande R o n d e 
School.) 
Tribes: Kalapuya,Clack- 
amas, Cow Creek,Lak- 
miut, Mary's River, 
Molala, Nestucca, 
Rogue River, Santiam, 
S h a s t a, Tumwater, 
Umpqua, Wapato, and 
Yamhill. 
Klamath-...................  b 872,186 
(Under Klamath School.) 
Tribes: Klamath, Modoc, 
Paiute, Pito   River, 
Walpape, and Yahus- 
kin  band  of Snake 
(Shoshoni). 
a Surveyed. 
Date of treaty, law, or other authority establishing 
reserve. 
Act of Mar. 3, 1881, vol. 21, p. 381; order of the Secretary of 
the Interior, June 25, 1881. (See deed dated June 14, 1883, 
from Cherokees, vol. 6, Indian Deeds, p. 479.) 64,935.50 
acres allotted to 440 Indians, 720 acres reserved for Gov- 
ernment uses. (See letter book 423, p. 190.) The residue, 
63,418.50 acres, unallotted. Indian appropriation act ap- 
proved Apr. 21, 1904, vol. 33, p. 217. 
Act of Apr. 10, 1876, vol. 19, p. 29. (Of this 230,014 acres are 
Cherokee and 53,006 acres are Creek lands. See deed dated 
June 14,1883, from Cherokees, vol. 6, Indian Deeds, p. 470.) 
112,859.84 acres allotted to 821 Indians; 840 acres were re- 
served for school, agency, and cemetery purposes; the 
residue, 169,320 acres, opened to settlement (letter books 
261, p. 388, and 263, p. 5). Agreement made Nov. 23, 1892, 
ratified by act of Mar. 3,1893, vol. 27, p. 644. (For text see 
annual report 1893, p. 526.) 
Acts of Aug. 15, 1876, vol. 19, p. 192; Mar. 3, 1877, vol. 19, p. 
287; May 27, 1878, vol. 20, p. 76, and Mar. 3,1881, vol. 21, p. 
422. (See deed dated June 14, 1883, from Cherokees, vol. 6, 
Indian Deeds, p. 473.) There has been allotted to 627 In- 
dians 75,042.70 acres, and reserved for agency, school, mis- 
sion, and cemetery purposes 523.53 acres, leaving unal, 
lotted 26,328.05 acres (letter book 302, p. 311). Indian ap- 
propriation act, approved Apr. 21, 1904, vol. 33, p. 217. 
Treaty of Feb. 27, 1867, vol. 15, p. 531; act of May 23, 1872, 
vol. 17, p. 159. (222,716 acres are Creek ceded lands; 365,851 
acres are Seminole lands.) Agreements with citizen Pota- 
watomi June 25 and Absentee Shawnees June 26, 1890; 
ratified and confirmed in the Indian appropriation act of 
Mar. 3,1891, vol. 26, pp. 1016-1021. 215,679.42 acres allotted 
to 1,489 Potawatomi, and 70,791.47 acres allotted to 563 
Absentee Shawnees, and 510.63 acres reserved for Govern- 
ment purposes; the residue opened to settlement by the 
President's proclamation of Sept. 18, 1891, vol. 27, p. 989. 
(See letter book 222, pp. 442, 444, and annual report for 
1891, p. 677.) 
Treaty of Feb. 18, 1867, vol. 15, p. 495; agreement June 12, 
1890; ratified by act of Feb. 13,1891, vol. 26, p. 749. 87,683.64 
acres allotted to 548 Indians, and 800 acres reserved for 
school and agency purposes; the residue opened to settle- 
ment by the President's proclamation Sept. 18, 1891, vol, 
27, p. 989. (See letter book 222, p. 169, and annual report 
for 1891, p. 677.) 
(See treaty of July 4, 1866, with Delawares, art. 4, vol. 14, p. 
794.) Unratified agreement, Oct. 19, 1872. (See annual 
report, 1872, p. 101.) Agreement made June 4, 1891, rati- 
fied by act of Mar. 2, 1895, vol. 28, p. 895. 152,991 acres 
allotted to 965 Indians; 4,151 acres reserved for agency. 
school, religious, and other purposes. The residue, 
586,468 acres, opened to settlement (letter book 490, p. 
90). President's proclamation of July 4, 1901, vol. 32, p. 
1975. 
Unoccupied Chickasaw and Choctaw leased lands west of 
the North Fork of the Red River. Act of May 4,1896, vol. 
29, p. 113. President's proclamation Mar. 16, 1896, vol. 29, 
p. 878. 
Treaties of Jan. 22, 1855, vol. 10, p. 1143, and of Dec. 21, 1855. 
vol. 12, p. 982; Executive order June 30, 1857. 440 acres re- 
served for Government use and 33,148 acres allotted to 
269 Indians. (See letter book 210, p. 328.) Act of Apr. 
28, 1904, vol. 33, p. 567, amending and ratifying agreement 
of June 27, 1901. 
Treaty of Oct. 14, 1864, vol. 16, p. 707. 177,719.62 acres al- 
lotted to 1,174 Indians; 6,094.77 acres reserved for agency, 
school, and church purposes. (See letter book 441, p. 314.) 
The residue, 872,186 acres, unallotted. Act of May 27, 
1902, vol. 32, p. 260: Indian appropriation act approved 
Apr. 21, 1904, vol. 33, p. 202: act of Mar. 3, 1905, vol, 33, p. 
1033. 
b Outboundaries surveyed. 


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