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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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kichedule showing the names of Indian reservations in the United States,
agencies, tribes occupying or belonging to the reservations, 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. 
WASHINGToN-cont'd. 
Port Madison.---- ....Tulalip.---------.Dwamish, Etakmur, Lummi, Snohomish,
     b2,015      3   Treaty of Point Elliott, Jan. 22,1855, vol. 12, p. 927;
order 
Sukwamish, and Swinamish.                                    of the Secretary
of the Interior, Oct. 21, 1864. The 
residue, 5,269.48 acres, allotted. 
Puyallup-.........--.. Puyallup  (con-  Muckleshoot, Niskwalli, Puyallup,
         b599       1   Treaty of Medicine Creek, Dec. 26, 1854, vol. 10,
p. 1132; 
solidated).      Skwawksnamish, Stailakoom, and five                    
     Executive orders, Jan. 20,1857, and Sept. 6. 1873. The 
others.                                                    . residue, 17,463
acres, allotted. 
Quillohute------------do-----------Kwillehlut-        - --b837          
                      11 Executive order, Feb. 19, 1889. 
Quinaielt-----------do-----------.Hoh, Kweet, and Kwinaiult----------------224,000
    35    Treaties of Olympia, July 1, 1855, and Jan. 25, 1856,vol. 
1 12, p 971. Executive order, Nov. 4, 1873. 
Shoalwater--------------.do-----------Shoalwater and Tsihalis---------------------
b335   y Executive order, Sept. 22, 1866. 
S'Kokomish------------.do-------------.Klalam, S'Kokomish, and Twana-----------
b276         Treaty of Point-no-Point,Jan. 26, 1855, vol. 12, p.933; Ex-
ecutive order, Feb, 25, 1874. The residue, 4,714 acres, 
no mh       allotted. 
Snohomish or Tulalip Tulalip -------. Dwamish, Etakmur, Lummi, Snohomish,
      b8,930     14   Treaty of Point Elliott, Jan.22,1855,vol. 12,p.927.
Execu- 
Sukwamish, and Swinamish.                                    tive order,
Dec. 23, 1873. Residue, 13,560.acres, allotted 
Spokane------------i Colville---------Spokane. .    .      ..---------------------------------
153,600  240  Executive order, Jan. 18, 1881. 
SquaxinIsland (Klah- Puyallup  (con- Nigkwalli, -Puyallup, Skwawksnamish,---------------------Treaty
of Medicine Creek, Dec. 26, 1854, vol. 10, p. 112 
chemin).,            solidatcd).      Stailakoom, and five others.      
                         land all allotted. 1,494.15 acres. 
Swinomish    (Perrys Tulalip-----------.Dwamish, Etakmur, Lummi, enohomish,
      b1,710      21  Treaty of Point Elliott, Jan. 22, 1855, vol. 12, p.
927; Ex- 
Island).                              Sukwamish, and Swinamish.         
                          ecutive order, Sept. 9,1873. The residue, 5,460
acre 
allotted. 
Yakama.  ---     Yakama----------.Klickitat, Palouse, Topnish, and Yakama_
  c800,000   1,250  Treaty of Wallawalla, June 9, 1855, vol. 12, p. -951;
Ex- 
-     ecutive order, Nov. 28, 1892. 
.. T otal . .. . ...-- .. . .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. . .. .. . .. . .. .
.. .. . .. . .. . 4,045,284    6,321 
Total      ------------------- ---------------------------------------------
4,4,8     ,2 
WISCONSIN. 
Lac Court d'Oreilles - La Pointed ----.Lac CourtdOreille band of Chippewas
of  31,096      481  Treaty of Sept. 30,1854, vol. 10, p. 1109; lands withdrawn
Lake Superior.                                               by General Land
Office, Nov. 22,1860, Apr. 4,1869. (See 
report by Secretary of the Interior, Mar. 1, 1873 
Act of Congress approved May 29. 1872, vol. 17, p. 110. 
The residue, 38.010 acres allotted. 
Lac duFlambeau-..--...do.............Lac du Flambeau band of Chippewas of
      b62, 817    98J  Treaty of Sept. 30, 1854. vol. 10. p. 1109 (lands
selectedby 
Lake Superior.                                               Indians). kSee
report of Superintendent Thompson, 
~ Nov. 14,1863, and report to Secretary of the Interior, 
June 22, 1866.) Act of Congress approved May 29, 1872, 
vol. 17, p. 190. The residue. 7,096.32 acres allotted. 
La Pointe (Bad River) ---- do-------------.La Pointe band of Chippewas of
Lake Su-  b97, 668  1521  Treaty of Sept. 30, 1854, vol. 10, p. 1109. The
residue 26,- 
perior.                                                      664.97 acres,
allotted. (See Letter to General Land 
Office, Sept. 17, 1859.) 
Red Cliff-----------------.do-----------La Pointe band (Buffalo Chief) of
Chippe-  b11, 2457  18  Treaty of Sept. 30, 1854, vol. 10. p. 1109; Executive
order, 
was of Lake Superior.                                        Feb. 21,1856.
(See report of Superintendent Th)np- 
son, May7, 1863.) (Lands withdrawn by General Land 
Office May 8 and June 3, 1863.) The residue, 2,535.91 
acres, allotted. 
Menominee----------Green BayM....... Menominee..................................231,
680  1362  Treaties of Oct. 18, 1848, vol. 9, p. 952; of May 12, 1854, vol
10, p. 1064, and Feb, 1, 1856, vol. 11, p. 679. 
Oneida-----do-.                       Oneida--                  ---------------------------------
Treaty of Feb. 3, 1838, vol. 7, p. 566. All allotted and re- 
served for school purposes except 84.08 acres. 
Stockbridge-................ do ..............Stockbridge-......--------------
    1 bll, 803  18  Treaties of Nov. 24, 1848, vol. 
11, p. 663, and of Feb. 11, 1856, vol. 11, p. 679; act of Con- 
gress approved Feb. 6,1871, vol. 16, p. 404. (For area see 
_     _act of Congress approved June 22, 1874, vol. 18, p. 174.) 
Total---    --------------------------------------------------------------
  446,521    6971 
WYOMING..                       I 
Wind River---------Shoshone--------..Northern Arapaho and Eastern band of
I cl, 810,000  2,828  Treaty of July 3,1868, vol. 15. p. 673; acts of Congress
Shoshoni.                                                    approved June
22, 1874, vol. 18, p. 166, and Dec. 15, 1874, 
-- -vol. 18, p. 291; Executive order May 21, 1887. 
Toa    ---------------- ------------------------------------------------
1,810,000  2,828 
Grand total-----.------      ...-.....................-----------  m9---------------------
92,477, 666 144,496 
aApproximate.                       b Surveyed.                    cPartly
surveyed.                   d In Minnesota and Wisconsin. 
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