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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1884
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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 in acres and square miles, and reference to treaty, law, or other authority by which reservations were established,   pp. 256-257-264-265 PDF (2.9 MB)


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Schedule showing the names of Indian reservations in the United States, agencies,
tribes occupying or belonging to the reservation, 4c.-Continued. 
Name of reservation.     Agency.          Name of tribe occupying reservation.
 Area in acres. Square  Date of treaty, law, or other authority establishing
miles. (a)                    reserve. 
Lapwai ............... 
Lemhi ................ 
Total ............ 
INDIAN TERRITORY. 
Cheyenne and Arapaho. 
Nez Perc6 ........ 
Lemhi ............ 
Cheyenne and 
Arapaho. 
Nez Perc6  .................................... 
Bannak (Panaiti), Sheepeater, and Shoshoni... 
Apache, Southern Arapaho, and Northern and 
Southern Cheyenne. 
Cherokee .............. Union ..........Cherokee-....................................
Chickasaw.............. do............Chickasaw-...................................
Choctaw  ................... do .............  Choctaw  (Chahta)-..........................
Creek.................................... 
Iowa .................. 
Kansas ................ 
Kickapoo .............. 
Kiowa and Comanche.. 
Modoc.............. 
Oakland or Nez Perc6.. 
Osage.................. 
Otoe ................... 
Ottawa ................ 
Pawnee ................ 
Peoria ................. 
Ponca................. 
Pottawatomie ......... 
Sac and Fox ...... 
Osage ............. 
Sac and Fox ...... 
Kiowa, Comanche, 
and Wichita. 
Quapaw .......... 
Ponca,   Pawnee, 
and Otoe. 
Osage ............. 
Ponca, Pawnee, 
and Otoe. 
Quapaw-....... 
Ponca, Pawnee, 
and Otoe. 
Quapaw .......... 
Ponca, Pawnee, 
and Otoe. 
Sac and Fox ...... 
Iowa and Tonkawa ........................... 
Kansas or Kaw ............................... 
Mexican Kickapoo ............................ 
Apache, Comanche (Komantsu), Delaware, 
and Kiowa. 
M odoc ........................................ 
Joseph's band of Nez Perc6 .................. 
Great and Little Osage and Quapaw .......... 
Otoe and Missouria ........................... 
Ottawa of Blanchard's Fork and Roche de 
Bceuf. 
Pawnee (PAni)-............................... 
Kaskaskia, Miami,Peoria, Piankasha, audWea. 
Ponca-....................................... 
Absentee Shawnee (Shawano) and Pottawat- 
omi. 
df746, 651 
64, 000 
2, 611, 481 
e4, 297, 771 
d5, 031, 351 
e4, 650, 935 
d6, 688, 000 
d3, 040, 495 
e228, 418 
elOO, 137 
e206, 466 
e2, 968, 893 
e4, 040 
e90, 711 
el, 470, 059 
e129, 113 
d14, 860 
e283, 020 
e5O, 301 
elOl, 894 
e575, 877 
1,167 
100 
4, 080 
6, 715 
7, 861 
7, 267 
10,450 
4, 751 
357 
1561 
3221 
4, 639 
6 
142 
2, 297 
202 
23 
442 
78J 
159 
900 
- I         I                          I     - I -   i" 
Treaty of June 9, 1863, vol. 14, p. 647. 
Unratified treaty of September 24, 1868, and Executive 
order, February 12, 1875. 
Executive order, August 10, 1869; unratified agreement 
with Wichita, Caddo, and others, October 19,1872. (See 
annlal report, 1872, p. 101.) 
Treaties of February 14, 1833, vol. 7, p. 414, of December 
29, 1835, vol. 7, p. 478, and of July 19,1866, vol. 14, p. 799. 
Treaty of June 22,1855, vol. 11, p. 611. 
Do. 
Treaties of February 14,1833, vol. 7, p. 417, and of June 14, 
1866, vol. 14, p. 785, and deficiency appropriation act of 
August 5,1882, vol. 22, p. 265. (See annual report, 1882, 
p. LIV.) 
Executive order, August 15,1883. 
Act of Congress approved June 5,1872, vol. 17, p. 228. 
Executive order, August 15,1883. 
Treaty of October 21, 1867, vol. 15, pp. 581 and 589. 
Agreement with Eastern Shawnees made June 23, 1874 
(see annual report, 1882, p. 271), and confirmed in Indian 
appropriation act approved March 3,1875, vol. 18, p. 447. 
Act of Congress approved May 27,1878, vol. 20, p. 74. 
Article 16, Cherokee treaty of July 19,1866, vol. 14, p. 804; 
order of Secretary of the Interior, March 27, 1871; act 
of Congress approved June 5,1872, vol. 17, p. 228. 
Act of Congress approved March 3, 1881, vol. 21, p. 381; 
order of the Secretary of the Interior, June 25,1881. 
Treaty of February 23,1867, vol. 15, p. 513. 
Act of Congress approved April 10, 1876, vol. 19, p. 29. 
(Of this 230,014 acres are Cherokee and 53,006 acres are 
Creek lands.) 
Treaty of February 23,1867, vol. 15, p. 513. 
Acts of Congress approved August 15,1876, vol. 19, p. 192; 
March 3, 1877. vol. 19, p. 287; May 27, 1878, vol. 20, p. 76; 
and March 3,1881, vol. 21, p. 422. 
Treaty of February 27, 1867, vol. 15, p. 531; act of Con. 
gress approved May 23,1872, vol. 17, p. 159. 
Quapaw.............. 
Sac and Fox -------- 
Seminole............- 
Seneca......----------- 
Shawnee................ 
Wichita------------- 
Wyandotte      -. 
Quapaw..........IKwapa-..................................... 
Sac and Fox ...... 
Union........... 
Quapaw .......... 
....do  ............. 
Kiowa, Comanche, 
and Wichita. 
Quapaw .......... 
Otoe, Ottawa, Sac (Sauk) and Fox of the Mis- 
souri and of the Mississippi (including Mo- 
kohoko's band.) c 
Seminole ...................................... 
Seneca  ........................................ 
Eastern Shawnee (Shawano) ................... 
Comanche    (Komantsu), Delaware, Ion-ie, 
Kaddo, Kichai, Tawakanay, Wako, and 
Wichita. 
Wyandotte..       ..    .   ..     ...-------------------------- 
............................. ................. 
............................... a................ 
z 
LTJ 
C12 
H 
0 
z 
~i2 
z 
0 
H 
C12 
Total ............       ......... 
a Approximate.       b Partly in California. 
c Not on reservation. 
e56, 695 
e479, 667 
375, 1000 
e51, 958 
e13, 048 
e743, 610 
e21, 406 
e2, 279, 618 
e105, 456 
e3, 637, 770 
e683,139 
el, 211, 272 
el, 511, 576 
41,102, 546 
1,258 
88-1 
750 
586 
81 
21 
1,162 
331 
3, 562 
165 
5, 684 
1, 067 
1, 8921 
2, 362 
64, 223 
2 
1, 258       2 
d Outboundaries surveyed. 
Treaties of May 13, 1833, vol. 7, p. 424, and of February 
23, 1867, vol. 15, p. 513. 
Treaty of February 18, 1867, vol. 15, p. 495. 
Treaty of March 21, 1866, vol. 14, p. 755. (See Creek 
agreement, February 14, 1881 (annual report, 1882, p. 
LIV), and deficiency act of August 5, 1882, vol. 22, p. 
265.) 
Treaties of February 28, 1831, vol. 7, p. 348, of December 
29, 1832, vol. 7, p. 411, and of February 23, 1867, vol. 15, 
p. 513. 
Treaties of July 20, 1831, vol. 7, p. 351, of December 29, 
1832, vol. 7, p. 411, of February 23, 1867, vol. 15, p. 513, 
and agreement with Modocs, made June 23, 1874 (see 
annual report, 1882, p. 271), confirmed by Congress in 
Indian appropriation act approved March 3, 1875, vol. 
18, p. 447. 
Treaty of July 4, 1866, with Delawares. (Art. 4, vol. 14, 
p. 794.) Unratified agreement, October 19, 1872. (See 
annual report, 1872, p. 101.) 
Treaty of February 23, 1867, vol. 15, p. 513. 
Cherokee lands between Cimarron River and one hun- 
dredth meridian, including Fort Supply military res- 
ervation. 
Cherokee unocdupieu inuz embraced within Arapaho 
and Cheyenne treaty reservation (treaty of October 28, 
1867, vol. 15, p. 593), east of Pawnee reservation. 
Cherokee unoccupied lands embraced within Arapaho 
and Cheyenne treaty reservation (treaty of October 28, 
1867, vol. 15, p. 593), west of Pawnee reservation, in- 
cluding Chilocco school reservation, 7,958.33 acres, 
established by Executive order of July 12, 1884. 
Creek lands embraced within Arapaho and Cheyenne 
treaty reservation (treaty of October 28, 1867, vol. 15, 
p. 593), north of Cin,:rron River, exclusive of Pawnee 
reservation. 
Unoccupied Creek and Seminole ceded lands east of 
ninety-eighth meridian. 
Unoccupied Chickasaw and Choctaw leased lands west 
of the North Fork of the Red River. 
By purchase. (See act of Congress approved March 2, 
1867, vol. 14, p. 507.) Deeds November, 1876, and 1882 
and 1883. 
e Surveyed. 
f Partly surveyed. 
z 
z 
CF2 
H 
z 
Ci2 
z 
H 
~i2 
Total...........................        .    ...................................
IOWA. 
Sac and Fox---------Sac and Fox ...... Pottawatomi, Sac (Sauk) and Fox of
the Mis- 
sissippi, and Winnebago. 
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