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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.                        
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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    Area. 
tribe.             A 
I 
SOUTH DAKOTA-continued. ! 
A cres. 
Pine Ridge..................ab3,155,200 
(Under Pine Ridge Agen- 
cy.) 
Tribes: Bruli, Northern 
Cheyenne, and Oglala 
Sioux. 
Rosebud .....................acd, 616,407 
(Under Rosebud Agency.) 
Tribes: Loafer, Minicon- 
jou, Northern, Oglala, 
Two   Kettle, Upper 
Brul6, and Wahzhazhe 
Sioux. 
Yankton......................... 
(Under Yankton School.) 
Tribe: Yankton Sioux. 
Total................7,952,172 
UTAH. 
Uinta Valley..............a b 282, 460 
(Under Uinta and Ouray j! 
Agency.) 
Tribes: Gosiute, Pavant, 
Uinta, Yampa, Grand 
River, Uncompahgre, 
and White River Ute. 
Uncompahgre ........................... 
(Under Uinta and Ouray 
Agency.) 
Tribe: Tabequache Ute. 
Total.----------------- 282,460 
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, and May 20, 1875, and Nov. 28, 1876; 
agreement ratified by act of Feb. 28, 1877, vol. 19, p. 254, 
and Executive orders, Aug. 9, 1879, and Mar. 20, 1884. 
(Tract, 32,000 acres, set apart by Executive order of Jan. 
24, 1882, is situated in Nebraska.) Unratified agreement 
of Oct. 17, 1882. (For modification see sundry civil ap- 
propriation act approved Mar. 3, 1883, vol. 22, p. 624; 
for text see Misc. Indian Docs. vol. 14, p. 305.) Act of Apr. 
30, 1888, vol. 25, p. 94, not accepted. Act of Mar. 2, 1889, 
vol. 25, p. 888. President's proclamation of Feb. 10, 1890, 
vol. 26, p. 1554. (See act of Feb. 10, 1896, vol. 29, p. 10.) 
Executive orders of Jan. 25, 1904, restoring lands in Ne- 
braska to public domain, and Feb. 20, 1904, restoring one 
section for school purposes. 
Treaty of Apr. 29, 1868, vol. 15, tp. 635, and Executive orders, 
Jan. 11, Mar. 16, and May 20,1875, and Nov. 28,1876; agree- 
ment ratified by act of Feb. 28, 1877, vol. 19, p. 254, and 
Executive orders, Aug. 9, 1897, and Mar. 20, 1884. Unrat- 
ified agreement of Oct. 17, 1882. (For modification see 
sundry civil appropriation act approved Mar. 3, 1883, vol. 
22, p. 624; for text see Misc. Indian Docs., vol. 14, p. 305.) 
Act of Apr. 30, 1888, vol. 25, p. 94, not accepted. Act of 
Mar. 2, 1889, vol. 25, p. 888. President's proclamation of 
Feb. 10,1890, vol. 26, p. 1554. (See act of I eb. 10, 1896, vol. 
29, p. 10.) 1,195,751.90 acres allotted to 4,658 Sioux Indians 
on Rosebud Reservation (letter books 392, 450, and 560, 
pp. 242, 271, and 110; 599, p. 396). 416,000 acres opened to 
settlement; 29,392.01 reserved for Government purposes, 
churches, cemeteries, etc. The residue, 1,587,015.61 acres, 
unallotted. Agreement made Mar. 10, 1898, ratified by 
act of Mar. 3, 1899, vol. 30, p, 1364. Act of Apr. 23, 1904; 
vol. 33, p. 254, ratifying agreement made Sept. 14, 1901. 
President's proclamation of May 16, 1904, vol. 33, p. 2354. 
Treaty of Apr. 19, 1858, vol. 11, p. 744. 268,567.72 acres 
allotted to 2,649 Indians, and 1,252.89 acres reserved for 
agency, church, and school purposes. (See letter book 
207, p. 1.) Agreement Dec. 31, 1892, ratified by act of Aug. 
15, 1894, vol. 28, p. 314. The residue olien to settlement. 
(See President's proclamation May 16, 1895, vol. 29, p. 865.) 
Executive orders, Oct. 3, 1861; June 18, 1878, vol. 20, p. 165, 
and Sept. 1, 1887; acts of May 5, 1864, vol. 13, p. 63, and 
May 24, 1888, vol. 25, p. 157; joint resolution of June 19, 
1902, vol. 32, p. 744; act of Mar. 3, 1903, vol. 32, p. 997; Indi- 
an appropriation act, approved Apr. 21, 1904, vol. 33, p. 
207; President's proclamations of July 14, 1905, setting 
aside 1,010,000 acres as a forest reserve, 2,100 acres as town 
sites, 1,004,285 acres opened to homestead entry, 2,140 
acres in mining claims, and 60,160 acres under reclamation, 
the residue, 282,460 acres, unallotted. 
Executive order, Jan. 5, 1882. (See act of June 15, 1880, rati- 
fying the agreement of Mar. 6, 1880, vol. 21, p. 199.) Acres 
reserved for 83 allottees, remainder of reservation restored 
to public domain, act of June 7, 1897, vol. 30, p. 62. (Letter 
book 403, p. 115.) Joint resolution of June 19, 1902, vol. 32, 
p. 744. 
WASHINGTON. 
Chehalis.....................   c471  Order of the Secretary of the Interior,
July 8, 1864; Execu- 
(Under Puyallup School.)                 tive order, Oct. 1, 1886. The residue,
3,753.63 acres, re- 
Tribes: Chinook(Tsinuk),               stored to the public domain for Indian
homestead entry. 
Clatsop, and Chehalis. 
Columbia ....................   c24, 220  Executive orders, Apr. 19, 1879,
Mar. 6, 1880, and Feb. 23, 
(Under Colville Agency.)                 1883. (See Indian appropriation
act of July 4, 1884, vol. 23, 
Tribe: Chief Moses and                 p.79.)  Agreement made July 7, 1883,
ratified by act of 
his people.                          July 4, 1884, vol. 23, p. 79. Executive
order, May 1, 1886. 
Executive order of Mar. 9, 1984; Department orders of 
Apr. 11, 1894, and Apr. 20, 1894, and Executive order of 
Jan. 19, 1895. 
tsOutboundaries surveyed.            b Partly surveyed.          c Surveyed.
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