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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.        
503 
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   Are 
tribe. 
WASHINGTON-continued. 
Acr 
Squaxon Island (Klahche- 
in). 
(Under Puyallup School.) 
Tribes: Nisqualli, Puyal- 
lup, Skwawksnamish, 
Stailakoom, and five 
others. 
Swinomish      (Perrys       al 
Island). 
(Under Tulalip School.) 
Tribes: Dwamish, Etak- 
mur, Lummi, Snoho- 
mish, Sukwamish, and 
Swiwamish. 
Yakim a .  .    ..------------------- b 881 
(Under Yakima School.) 
Tribes: Klikitat, Paloos, 
Topnish, Wasco, and 
Yakima. 
Total...---------------2, 
WISCONSIN. 
Lac Court Oreille-........... - 
(Under La     Pointe 
Agency. c) Tribes: Lac 
Court Oreille band of 
Chippewa of Lake Su- 
perior. 
Lac du Flambeau-.......... 
(Under La      Pointe 
Agency). Tribes: Lac 
du Flambeau band of 
Chippewa of Lake Su- 
perior. 
La Pointe (Bad River) ...... 
(Under    La Pointe 
Agency.)   Tribes: La 
Pointe band of Chip- 
pewa of Lake Superior. 
Red Cliff-........................ 
(Under La Pointe 
Agency.) Tribes: La 
Pointe band (Buffalo 
Chief) of Chippewa of 
Lake Superior. 
Menominee................d 
(Under Green Bay School.) 
Tribe: Menominee. 
Oneida................... 
(Under Oneida School.) 
Tribes: Oneida. 
Stockbridge-................ 
(Under Green Bay School.) 
Tribes: Stockbridge and 
Munsee. 
ea. 
Date of treaty, law, or other authority establishing 
reserve. 
es. 
.Treaty of Medicine Creek, Dec. 26, 1854, vol. 10, p. 1132; land 
all allotted, 1,494.15 acres, to 23 Indians. 
1,079 
1,847 
622,242 
11,390 
S6,356 
47,689 
231,680 
11,803 
Treaty of Point Elliott, Jan. 22,1855, vol. 12, p. 927; Executive 
order, Sept. 9,1873. 5,460 acres allotted to 55 Indians; the 
residue, 1,710 acres, unallotted. 
Treaty of Walla Walla, June 9, 1855, vol. 12, p. 951. Agree- 
ment made Jan. 13, 1885, ratified by Indian appropriation 
act approved Mar. 3, 1893, vol. 27, p. 631. (For text see 
Misc. Indian Docs., vol. 41, p. 227; see also annual report 
1893, pp. 520-521, and Senate Ex. Does. No. 21, 49th Cong., 
1st sess., and No. 45, 50th Cong., 1st sess.) Executive 
order, Nov. 28, 1892. Agreement, Jan. 8,1894, ratified by 
act of Aug. 15, 1894, vol. 28, p. 320. 211,972.48 acres allotted 
to 2,417 Indians, and 1,020.24 acres reserved for agency, 
church, and school purposes. (See letter books 354, p. 419, 
and 416, p. 263.) The residue, 587,009.68 acres, held in com- 
mon. Act of Dec. 21, 1904, recognizing claim of Indians to 
293,837 acres additionall and, vol. 33, p. 595. 
Treaty of Sept. 30,1854, vol. 10, p. 1109; lands withdrawn by 
General Land Office, Nov. 22, 1860, Apr. 4, 1865. (See re- 
port by Secretary of the Interior, Mar. 1, 1873.) Act of 
May 29, 1872, vol. 17, p. 190. 57,746 acres allotted; the resi- 
due, 20,096 acres, unallotted. Act of Feb. 3, 1903, vol. 32, 
p. 795. 
Treaty of Sept. 30, 1854, vol. 10, p. 1109, lands selected by 
Indians. (See report of Superintendent Thompson, Nov. 
14, 1863, and report tp Secretary of the Interior, June 22, 
1866.) Department order of June 26, 1866. Act of May 29, 
1872, vol. 17, p. 190. 43,558 acres allotted; the residue, 
33,665.85 acres, unallotted. Act of Feb. 3, 1903, vol. 32, 
p. 795. 
Treaty of Sept. 30, 1854, vol. 10, p. 1109. 368.91 acres pat- 
ented under art. 10; 195.71 acres fishing ground. 76,256.92 
acres allotted; the residue, 47,493.58 acres, unallotted. 
(See letter to General Land Office, Sept. 17,1859, and letter 
book 381, p. 49.) 
Treaty of Sept. 30, 1854, vol. 10, p. 1109; Executive order, 
Feb. 21, 1856. See Indian Office letters of Sept. 3, 1858, and 
May 25, 1863, and General Land Office letter of May 27, 
1863. (See Executive orders. See report of Superintend- 
ent Thompson, May 7, 1863. Lands withdrawn by Gen- 
eral Land Office, May 8 and June 3, 1863.) 2,535.91 acres 
allotted to 35 Indians under treaty; of the residue 
11,566.90 acres were allotted to 169 Indians under joint res- 
olution of Feb. 20, 1895, vol. 28, p. 970, and 40.10 acres were 
reserved for school purposes. 
Treaties of Oct. 18, 1848, vol. 9, p. 952; of May 12, 1854, vol. 10, 
p. 1064, and Feb. 11, 1856, vol. 11, p. 679. 
Treaty of Feb. 3, 1838, vol. 7, p. 566. 65,402.13 acres allotted 
to 1,501 Indians. Remainder, 84.08 acres, reserved for 
school purposes. 
Treaties of Nov. 24, 1848, vol. 9, p. 955; Feb. 5, 1856, vol. 11, 
p. 663, and of Feb. 11, 1856, vol. 11, p. 679; act of Feb. 6, 
1871, vol. 16, p. 404. (For area, see act of June 22, 1874, vol. 
18, p. 174.) 
Total......       .     328,918 
a Surveyed. 
b Partly surveyed. 
c Reservations in Minnesota are also under La Pointe Agency. 
d Outboundaries surveyed. 


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