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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. 
INDIAN TERRITORY- 
continued. 
Peoria.................Quapaw .---. 
Quapaw----------------.do-.----- 
Seminole............. Union ....... 
Seneca.......-.........Quapaw .... 
Shawnee_........ 
Wyandotte-....._    - 
T otal..,r......  
IOWA. 
Sac and Fox ---------- 
Total ....... 
. .do.. . . . .. 
; Name of tribe occupying reservation. 
Kaskaskia, Miami, Peoria, Piankasha, 
and Wea. 
Kwapa-...................................... 
Seminole-................................... 
S e n e c a  . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . 
Eastern Shawnee (Shawano) .......... 
Wyandotte..... 
Arealin    Square 
acres.    miles.a 
I                                                     -I                
                       I- 
b6, 851 
b56, 685 
f 375, 000 
b26,086 
b2,543 
b535 
b2, 281, 893 
b105, 456 
b3,626,890 
103 
881 
586 
401 
4 
3, 5651 
164- 
5,667 
- - mm -am - .. ..  .... ... .. m ..m.... ...  ... ... ... 25,893,812  1
 40,459 
Sac and Fox--Pottawatomi, Sac (Sank) and Fox of the  52,900     4- 
, Mississippi, and Winnebago.      I_________ 
-------         -   --      ----..                  2900      4 
Date of treaty, law, or other authority, establishing 
reserve. 
Treaty of Feb. 23, 1867, vol. 15, p. 513. The residue, 43,- 
450 acres allotted. 
Treaties of May 13,1833, vol. 7, p. 424, and of Feb. 23,1867, 
vol. 15, p. 513. 
Treaty of Mar. 21, 1866, vol. 14, p 755. (See Creek agree- 
ment. Feb. 14, 1881 (annual report, 1882, p. LIV), and 
deficiency act of Aug. 5, 1882, vol. 22, p. 265.) 
Treaties of Feb. 28, 1831, vol. 7, p. 348, of Dec.29, 1832, vol. 
7, p. 411, and of Feb. 23, 1867, vol. 15, p. 513; 25,821.55 
acres allotted to 302 Indians, 104.22 acres reserved for 
Government, church, and school purposes; residue 
26,086.49 acres unallotted- Letter book 232, p. 297. 
Treaties of July 20,1831, vol. 7, p. 351, of-Dec. 29,1832, vol. 
7, p. 411, of Feb. 23, 1867, vol. 15, p. 513, and agreement 
with Modocs, made June 23, 1874 (see annual report, 
18P, p. 271), confirmed by Congress in Indian appro- 
priation act approved Mar. 3, 1875, vol. 18, p. 447; the 
residue, 10,484.81 acres allotted to 84 Indians; 86 acres 
reserved for agency purposes. Letter books 208, p. 
266, and 233, p. 207. 
Treaty of Feb. 23,1867, vol. 15, p. 513. 20,695.54 acres al- 
lotted to 241 Indians, 16 acres to churches, etc., leav- 
ing 534.72 acres unallotted. Letter book 228, p. 332. 
Cherokee lands between Cimarron River and one hun- 
dredth meridian, including Fort Supply military res- 
ervation. 
Cherokee unoccupied lands embraced within Arapaho 
and Cheyenne treaty reservation (treaty of Oct. 28, 
1867, vol. 15, p, 593). east of Pawnee Reservation. 
Cherokee unoccupied lands embraced within Arapaho 
and Cheyenne treaty reservation (treaty of Oct. 2, 
1867, vol. I5, p. 593), west of Pawnee Reservation (in- 
cluding Chilocco school reservation, 8,598.33 acres, es- 
tablished by Executive order of July 12, 1884). 
By purchase. (See act of Congress approved Mar. 2,1867, 
vol. 14, p. 507j) Deeds Nov. 1876, and 1882 and 1883. 
June, July, and Oct., 1892 (see act of Feb. 13, 1891) 
(vol. 26, p. 749). (See annual report, 1891, p. 681). 
KANSAS. 
Chippewa and Mun- Pottaw a t o m i e   Chippewa and Munsi----------------------b4,395
           6j  Treaty of July 16, 1859, vol. 12, p. 1105. 
see.                  and Great Ne- 
maha. 
ckapoo.............Pottawat o mie      Kickapoo...-------------------------------b20,273
       32   Treaty of June 28, 1862, vol. 13, p. 623. 
and Great Ne- 
maha. 
Pottawatomie......----do-----------Prairie band of Pottawatomi-------.-------b65,203
     102   Treaties of June 5,1846, vol. 9, p. 853; of Nov. 15,1861, vol.
12, p. 1191; treaty of relinquishment, Feb. 27,1867, vol. 
-1        15, p. 531. (12,153.88 acres allotted to 115 Indians, resi- 
Total-----------.-------------------- -----.----------_---.-------------------------89,871-
 140.,  due 65,203 unallotted, letter book 238, p. 328.) 
MICHIGAN. 
Isabella------------Mackinacc        Chippewas of Saginaw, Swan Creek, and.--------------------Executive
order, May 14, 1855; treaties of Aug. 2, 1855, 
Black River.                                                   vol. 11, p.
633, and of Oct. 18, 1864, vol. 14, p. 657. Al- 
I        f lotted. 
L'Anse------------ ---. do----------- L'Anse and Vieux de Sert bands of Chip-
 b19,121   30  Treaty of Sept. 30, 1854, vol. 10, p. 1109, the residue, 33,31
n ao --pewas of Lake Superior.                                          
                acres allotted. 
Ontonagon..............do....--       Ontonagonband of Chippewas of Lake
Su-          b678       1   Sixth clause, second article, treaty of Sept.
30,1854, vol. 
perior.                                                        10, p. 1109;
Executive order, Sept. 25, 1855, the residue, 
1.873 acres, allotted. 
Total..--------------------------------------------------------------19,799
             31 
MINNESOTA. 
Boise Fort d----------.La Pointe e-   Boise Fort band of Chippewas-------------f107,
509      168   Treaty of Apr. 7, 1866, vol. 14, p. 765; act of Congress a]
I                                                                 proved
Jan. 14, 1889, vol. 25, p. 642. (See H. R. Ex. 
Doc. No.247, 51stCong., 1st sess.. p. 63.) 
Deer Creek d ----------do------------- .do--------------------- .............23,340.
            361 Executive order, June 36, 1883; act of Congress ap- 
proved Jan. 14. 1889, vol. 25, p. 642. (See H. R. Ex. 
hiDoc No. 247, 51st Cong., 1st sess., p. 63,) 
Fond du Lac d           d........ .....do .  Fond du Lac band of Chippewas
of Lake   b92, 346   144   Treaty of Sept 30, 1854. vol. 10, p. 1109; act
of Congress 
Superior.                                 .Iapproved May 26, 1872; vol. 17,
p. 190, the residue, 7,775 
acres, allotted; at of Congress approved Jan. 14, 
1889, vol. 25, p. 642. (See h. R. Ex. Doc. No. 247, 51st 
Grand Portage (Pig-.....do-...........Grand Portage band of Chippewas of
Lake       f1,840             tCong.,1stsess..p.60). 
Treaty of Sept. 30, 1854,'vol. 10, p. 1109; act of Congress 
eon River). d                         Superior.I approved Jan. 14, 18S9,
vol. 25, p. 642. (See [I. R. Ex. 
Doc. No. 247. 51st Cong., 1st sgss., p. 59.) 
Leech Lake d --------.White   E art h  Pillager and Lake Winnebagoshish bands
       g94, 440   148   Treaty of Feb. 22, 1855, vol. 10, p. 1, 165; Executive
orders, 
(consolidated).   of Chippewas.                                         
       Nov. 4, 1873, and May 26, 1874; act of Congress ap- 
proved Jan. 14, 1889, vol. 25, p. 642. (See H. R. Ex. 
Doc. No. 247, 51st Cong., 1st sess., p. 49.) 
Mille Lacd.-----------.-.. do        Mille Lac and Snake River bands of Chip-
    b61,014      95   Treaties of Feb. 22, 1&55, vol. 10, p. 1165; and
article 12,of 
pewas.                                                         May 7,1864,vol.13,pp.693,695;
actof Congress approved 
"                                   Jan. 14,1889, vol. 25, p. 642. (See
H. R. Ex. Doc. No. 247, 
51st Cong., 1st sess., p. 45,) 
a Approximate.                                    b Surveyed.           
                       c Agency abolished June 80, 1889. 
dThese lands have been ceded by the Indians to the Government, but are not
yet open to sale or settlement. See pp. xxxvni and XLIII of annual report
1390. 
eIn Minnesota and Wisconsin.                        f Outboundaries surveyed.
                 g Partly surveyed. 
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