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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1892
([1892])

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 toihe reservation, etc.-Continued. 
Area in                     Square   Date of treaty, law, or other authority
establishing 
Name of reservation.    Agency.        Name of tribe occupying reservation.
  acres.   miles.a                      rcserve. 
NEBRASKA-cont'd. 
Winnebago. 
Total.............. 
NEVADA. 
Duck Valley c- 
Moapa River   - 
Pyramid Lake. 
Walker River ....... 
Total----_ -----, 
N W MEXICO TERRI- 
TORY. 
Jicarilla Apache . 
Mescalero A p a c h e 
(]Fort Stanton). 
Navajof  ------------- 
Omaha and Win- 
nebago. 
West'n Shoshone 
Nevada ---------- 
-_do ---------- 
---- d o  -------------- 
Southern tte. _. 
Mescaleizo ..... 
Navajo    - 
fJemez 
Acoma_...... 
San Juan-- 
Picuris 
San Felipe . 
Pecos----- 
Cochiti. 
St. Domingo 
Taos ..... 
Pueblo Santa ClaraPueblo.. 
Tesuque .... 
St. IldefonsoII 
Winnebago ............................... 
----..------_------. -------.-... ........... . ... . 
PIUte and Western Shoshoni -- --.----- 
Kai-bab-bit    Kemahwivi     (Tantawait), 
Pawipit, Pai-Ute, and Shiwits. 
Pah-Ute (Paviotso)......................... 
.------do............................ 
................................................ 
Jicarilla Apache-........................... 
Mescalero Jicarilla, and Mimbre Apache._ 
Navajo....................................... 
P ueblo  . .       ....    . ...-    -a. . -. 
b14,12 
126, 503 
312,320 
d1,000 
d322, 000 
d318, 815 
954,135 
e416, 000 
de474, 240 
e7, 698,560 
d17,.510 
d95,792 
d17,545 
dl, 461 
d34,767 
d18,763 
d24,256 
d74,743 
d17, 361 
d1, 369 
d 17,471 
d 17, 293 
221 
198 
488 
503 
498 
1,4902 
650 
741 
12, 029 
1,081 
Act of Congress approved Feb. 21, 1863, vol. 12, p. 658. 
treaty of Mar. 8,1865, vol. 14, p. 671; act of Congress 
approved June 22,1874, vol. 18, p. 170; deedfrom Omaha 
Indians, dated July 31.1874. (See vol. 6, Indian deeds, 
p. 215.) The residue, 94,312 acres, allotted. 
Executive orders, Apr. 16, 1877, and-May 4, 1883. 
Executive orders, Mar. 12, 1873, and Feb. 12, 1874; act of 
Congress approved Mar. 13, 1875, vol. 18, p. 445; selec- 
tion approved by Secretary of Interlo', July 3, 1875. - 
Executive order, Mar. 23, 1874. 
Executive order, Mar. 19, 1874. 
Executive order, Feb. 11, 1887. 
Executive orders, May 29, 1873, Feb. 2,1874, Oct. 2Q, 1875, 
May 19, 1882, and Mar. 24, 1883. 
Treaty of June 1, 1863, vol. 15, p. 667, and Executive or- 
ders, Oct. 29, 1878, Jan. 6, 1880, two of May 17, 1884, and 
Nov. 19, 1892. '(1,769,600 acres in Arizona and 967,680 
acres in Utah were added to tkis reservation by Ex- 
ecutive order of May 17,1884, and 46,080 in New Mexico 
restored to public domain, but again reserved by Ex- 
ecutive order, Apr. 24, 1886.) 
Confirmed by United States patents in 1864, under'old 
Spanish grants:; act of Congress approved Dec. 22, 
1858, vol. 11, p. 374, and June 21, 1860. vol. 12, p. 71. 
(See General Land Office Report for 1876, p. 242, and 
for 1880, p. 658.) 
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712 
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Pojoaque.-                                                              
 413,520 
Zia .------417,515 
Sandia .....4-d24,187I 
Isleta .......dI 1080 
Nambe'd13,586 
Laguna_-....                                                          Id125,225
Santa Ana.                                                              
 d17, 361_ 
Zufi.      ..----------------Pueblo-- Pueblo..----5,0u0-------------- ----------
-171     336   Executive orders, Mar. 16, 1877, Mayl 1883, and M, 
1885. (Area of original Spanish grant, 17,581.25 ac 
Total.......----------- -----.---------              --------           
   9,495, 645  14,837 
NEW YORK. 
Allegany.------------.New York -----.Onondaga and Seneca.---------------......
430,469      471  Treaties of Sept. 15, 1797, vol. 7, p. 601, and of MI 
1842, vol. 7, p. 587. 
Cattaraugus.------------.do---------Cayuga, Onondaga, and Seneca.------------d21,680
        34  Treaties of Sept. 15, 1797, vol. 7, p. 601, June 30, 1802 
7, p. 70, and of May 20, 1842, vol. 7, p. 587. (See an 
report, 1877, p. 164.) 
Oil Spring----.............-do-... .   Seneca-   ---------------------------------
  d640     1   By arrangement with the State of New York. (Se 
nual report, 1877, p. 166.) 
O n ei d a    "        ._d o  .... ....On eid a n ei da- -..d. .......--
- - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - d 350     T r e a ty   o f 
N o v .  11,  1794,  v o l.  7,  p .  44,  a n d   a r ra n g e r 
'with the State of New York. (See annual re 
1877, p. 168.) 
Onondaga------------ ----.do-----------Onondaga.--------------------------------
d6,100  9  1Do. 
St. Regis.----------------do-----    St. Regis-_.-------.---------------------
414,640     23  Treaty of May 13, 1796, vol. 7, p.55. (See annual r 
1877, p. 168.) They hold about 24,250 acres in% Can 
Tonawanda-----------do-----------Cayuga and Tonawanda band of Seneca. - 
          d7,549     111  Treaties of Sept. 15,1797, vol. 7, p. 691, and
Nov. 5, 
vol. 12, p. 991; purchased by the Indians and he] 
trust by the comptroller of New York; deed 
Feb. 14, 1862. (See also annual report 1877, p. 161 
Tsrr......d......Tuscarora......r----------------------------           
            6,249    91  Treaty of Jan. 15, 1838, vol. 7, p. 551, and arranger
(grant and purchase) between the Indians and the 
land Land Company. (See annual report, 1877, p. 
Total-----------------      -------------------------------------------------
 87,677    137 
NORTH CAROLINA.                                                         
                         Held by deed to Indians under decision of United
S 
circuit court for western district of North Carc 
entered at November term, 1874,confirming the Ai 
of Rufus Barringer and others, dated Oct. 23, 
QuallaBoundary and Eastern Chero-     Easternband of North Carolina Cherokee
     d50,000    78      and act of Congress approved Aug. 14,1876, vol. 
other lands.         kee.                                               
        d15, 211     24     139, and deeds to Indians from Johnston and ot]
Idated Oct. 9,11876, and Aug. 14, 1880. (See alsoI 
Ex. Doe. No. 196, Forty-seventh Congress, first 
1  sion.) 
Total....................------------.-.---......-------------          
    65,211    102 
aApproximate.       b Surveyed.      c Partly in Idaho.    dOutboundaries
surveyed.      e Partly surveyed.     f Partly in Arizona and Utah. 
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