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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1892
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Schedule showing the names of Indian reservations in the United States, agencies, tribes occupying or belonging to the reservation, area of each reservation (unallotted) in acres or square miles, and reference to treaty, law, or other authority by which reservations were established,   pp. 898-899-910-911 PDF (4.0 MB)


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Schedule showing the names of Indian reservations in the United States, agencies,
tribes occupying or belonging to the reservation, etc.-Continued. 
Name of reservation.    Agency.       Name of tribe occupying reservation.
  Area in   Square   Date of treaty, law, or other authority establishing
acres.   miles.a                      reserve. 
NORTH DAKOTA. 
Devil's Lake__-.... 
Assinniboine, Cuthead, Santee, Sisseton, 
Yankton, and Wahpeton Sioux. 
Fort Berthold-........ Fort Berthold.. Arickaree, Gros Ventre, Knife River,
and 
I                   Mandan. 
Standing Rock-....... 
Turtle Mountain-.--- 
Total---------- 
OKLAHOMA TERRI- 
TORY. 
Cheyenne and Arap- 
aho. 
Iowa------------- 
Standing Rock-- Blackfeet, Unkpapa, Lower and Upper 
Yanktonai Sioux. 
Devil's Lake .... Chippewas of the Mississippi ........ 
Southern Arapaho, and Northern and 
Southern Cheyenne. 
Sac and Fox.....Iowa and Tonkawa .................... 
Knsas--------Osage .....            Kansas or Kaw     -------------------
Klckapoo-.........    Sac and Fox...-.. Mexican Kickapoo-..................
Kiowa and Comanche Kiowa, Coman- 
che, and Wichita 
Oakland----------Ponca, Pawnee, 
and Otoe. 
Osage------------Osage ............ 
Otoe........------------ 
Apache, Comanche (Komantsu) Dela~vare, 
and Kiowa. 
Tonkawa and Lipan      ------ 
Great and Little Osage and Quapaw. 
Ponca, Pawnee,     Otoe and Missouria ......................... 
and Otoe. 
Pawnee......---Ponca, Pawnee, R awnee (Pani) ..............................
and Otoe. 
Ponca................. 
Ponca, Pawnee,       Ponca ---------------------------------------- 
and Otoe. 
bc230, 400 
965,120 
c2, 672,640 
d46, 080 
3,914,240 
d100, 137 
d206, 466 
d2, 968,893 
d90,711 
dl, 470,058 
d129,113 
d283,020 
l01, 894 
Pottawatomie ........ Sac and Fox...Absentee Shawnee (Shawano) and Potta------------I
P w e c F       watomie.                       I 
Sac and Fox.......-I Sac and Fox.._.. 
Wichita   ......... 
Total-----... --.-------------I ---------- 
Otoe, Ottawa, Sac (Sank) and Fox of the 
Missouri and of the Mississippi. 
Comanche (Kimantsu), Delaware, Ion-ie, 
Kaddo, Kochai, Tawakanay, Wako, and 
Wichita. 
d743, 610 
d,511,576 
360 
1,508 
4,176 
72 
61,116 
3221 
Devil's Lake.., 
zv 
z 
0 
z 
712 
71 
0 
71 
4, 639   Treaty of Oct. 21, 1867, vol. 15, pp. 581 and 589. 
1411 
2,297 
202 
442 
159 
1,162 
2,362 
7,605,478  11, 8832 
Act of Congress approved May 27,1878, vol. 20, p. 74 (see 
annual report for 1882,p.Lxn). (Seedeed 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.) 
Article 16, Cherokee treaty of July 19,1866, vol. 14, p. 804; 
order of Secretary of the Interior, Mar. 27,1871; act of 
Cgngress approved June 5,1872, vol. 17, p. 228. (See deed 
d ted-June 14, 1883, from Cherokees, vol. 6, Indian 
Deeds, p.482.) 
Act of Congress approved Mar. 3,1881, vol. 21, p. 381; or- 
der of the Secretary of the Interior. June 25, 1881. 
(See deed dated June 14, 1883, from Cherokees, vol. 6, 
Indian Deeds, p. 479.) 
Act of Congress approved 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.) 
Acts of Congress approved 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.) 
Treaty of Feb. 27,1867, vol. 15, p. 531; act of Congress ap- 
proved May 23, 1872, vol. 17, p. 159. (222,716 acres are 
Creek ceded lands: 353,161 acres are Seminole lands.) 
Agreements with citizen Pottawatomies June 25 and 
Absentee Shawnees June 26, 1890; ratified and con- 
firmed in the Indian appropriation act of Mar. 3,1891, 
vol. 26., pp. 1016-1021. 215,679.42 acres allotted tb 1,498 
Pottawatomies and 70,791.47 acres allotted to 563 Ab- 
sentee Shawnees, and 510.63 acres reserved for Gov- 
ernment purposes; the residue opened to settlement 
by the President's proclamation of Sept. 1891, vol. 27, 
p.-.   (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 Congress approved 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 settlement by the President's 
proclamation, Sept. 18,1891, vol. 27, p. -. (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.) 
Unoccupied Chickasaw and Choctaw leased lands west 
of the North Fork of the Red River. 
b Outboundarieg surveyed.        c Partly surveyed. 
Treaty of Feb. 19, 1867, vol. 15, p. 505; agreement Sept. 
20, 1872; confirmed in Indian appropriation act ap- 
proved June 22, 1874, vol. 18, p. 167. (See p. 328-837 
Comp. Indian Laws.) 
Unratified agreement of Sept. 17, 1851, and July 27,1866, 
(see p. 322, Comp. Indian Laws); Executive orders, 
Apr. 12, 1870, July 13, 1880, and June 17, 1892; agree- 
ment, Dec. 14, 1886, ratified by act of Congress ap- 
proved Mar. 3, 1891, vol. 26, p. 1032. (See Pres. proc. 
May 20, 1891, vol. 27, p. -. 
,reaty of Apr. 29,1868, vol. 15, p. 635, and Executive or- 
ders, Jan. 11, Mar. 16, 1875, and Nov. 28. 1876. Agree- 
ment ratified by act of Congress approved Feb. 28. 
1877, vol. 19, p. 254, and Executive orders, Aug. 9,1879, 
and Mar. 20, 1884 (1,520,640 acres in South Dakota); 
actof Congress, Mar. 2,1889, 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. 
Executive order, Aug. 10, 1869, unratified agreement 
with Wichita, Caddo, and others, Oct. 19, 1872. (See 
annual report, 1872, p- 101.) Agreement made October, 
1890, and ratified and confirmed in indian appropria- 
tion act approved Mar. 3,1891,vol. 26, pp. 1022-1026; 529,- 
682.06 acres allotted, 231,828.55 acres for school lands, 
32,343.93 acres reserved for military, agency, mission, 
etc., purposes, the residue 3,500,562.05 opened to set- 
tlement. (See Pres. Proc. Apr. 12, 1892,-vol. 27, p. -.) 
Executive order, Aug. 15, 1883; agreement May 20, 1890, 
ratified by act of Congress approved Feb. 13,1891, vol. 
26, p. 753; 8,685.30acres allotted to 109Indians, 20 acres 
held in common for church, school, etc., the residue 
opened to settlement. Proclamation of, President; 
Sept. 18, 1891, vol. 27, p. -.. (See annual report 1891. 
p. 677, and letter book 222, p. 3640) 
Act of Congress approved JueS. 1872. yol. 17. p 228. 
Executive order, Aug. 15, 1883. 
Cheyenne an d 
Arapaho. 
Kiowa, Coman- 
che, and Wich- 
ita. 
a Approximate. 
d Surveyed. 


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