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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 shoing the names of Indian reservations in the United States, agencies,
tribes occupying or belonging to the reservation, etc.- 
Name of reservation. 
OREGON. 
Grande Ronde...--.... 
Klamath-............ 
Siletz-................ 
Agency. 
*1- - 
Grande Ronde .. 
Klamath- 
Siletz  ............ 
Umatilla ----------.I Umatilla- 
Name of tribe occupying reservation. 
Kalapuaya, KlakamaLuckiamute,Molele, 
Neztucca, Rogue River, Santiam, Shasta, 
Tumwaters, Umqua, and Yamhill. 
Klamath, Modoc, Pai-Ute, Walpape, and 
Yahuskin band of Snake (Shoshoni). 
Alsiya, Coquell, Kusa, Rogue River, Sko- 
ton, Shasta, Saiustlia, Siuslaw, Too- 
tootna, Umqua, and thirteen others. 
Cayuse, Umatilla, and Walla Walla'-. 
Warm Springs   -   Warm Springs_. John Day, Pi-Ute, TeninoWarm Springs, 
and Wosko. 
Total--------- --- -- --- ---- - --- - - -----  -- 
ISOUTH DAKOTA. 
Crow Creek ........... CrowCreek and 
Lower Brul6. 
Lower Yanktonai, Lower Brul6, and Min- 
nekonjo Sioux. 
Area in 
acres. 
b26,111 
cl, 056,000 
5225,280 
b157,714 
c464, 000 
1, 929,105 
b92, 004 
Lake Traverse-..Sisseton---------..Sisseton and Wahpeton Sioux------....-------------------
Old Winnebago ......ICro'y Creek and 
Lower Brul,6 
Cheyenne River- 
Lower Brul6_---------- 
Pine Ridge'- 
Rosebud  -------------- 
Cheyenne River 
Crow Creek and 
Lower Bruld. 
Pine Ridge ---- 
Rosebud. 
Yankton------- ------ Yankton -   I 
Total-       --------------------..........................................
UTAH TERRITORY. 
Uintah Valley-.------- 
Uncompahgre-........ 
Total-.......... 
WASHINGTON. 
Chehalis............ 
Columbia--------- 
Uintah and Ou- 
ray. 
Uintah and Ou- 
ray. 
Puyallup (con- 
solidated). 
Colville ---------- 
Colville.  ._..do        ............. 
tummi (Chah choo- Tulalip .......... 
sen.) 
Makah-................ 
Muckleshoot    - 
Nisqually-............ 
Neah Bay ------ 
Tulalip  ...-...... 
Puyallup (con- 
solidated). 
a Approximate. 
Two Rettle and Yanktonla Sioux .. 
Blackfeet, Minnekonjo, Sans Arcs, and 
Two Kettle Sioux. 
Lower Brul4 and Lower Yanktonai Sioux. 
Northern Cheyenne and Ogalalla Sioux.. 
Loafer, Minnekonjo, Northern Ogalalla; 
Two Kettle, Upper Brul6, and Wahzah- 
zah Sioux. 
Yankton  Sioux ------------------------------ 
Gosi Ute, Pavant, Uinta, Yampa, Grand 
River and White River Ute. 
Tabequache  Ute  ---------------------------- 
Klatsop, Tsihalis, and Tsinuk ............. 
Chief Moses and his people ............-._ 
Coeur d'Al~ne, Colville, Kalispelm, Kini- 
kane, Lake. Methau, Nepeelium, Pend 
d'Oreille, San Poel, and Spokane. 
Dwamish, Etakmur, Lummi, Snoho- 
mish, Sukwamish. and Swinamish. 
Kwillehiut and Makah---------------------- 
Muckleshoot-............................... 
Muckleshoot, Niskwalli, Pu y all up, 
Skwawksnamish, Stailakoom, and five 
others. 
b Surveyed. 
Square 
miles.a 
401 
1,650 
352 
246- 
725 
310141 
1431 
b193, 518    302J 
2,867,840 
c472,550 
c3,155, 200 
c3. 228, 160 
b262,229 
10,271,501 
ed2, 039,040 
Cl, 933,440 
4, 481 
7381 
4,930 
5,044 
4091 
16,0491 
3,186 
3,021 
3, 972, 480  6, 207 
b471 
d24, 220 
2,800,000 
bl, 884 
38 
4,375 
3 
d23, 040      36 
b3, 367      5 
cPartly surveyed. 
Date of treaty, law, or other authority 
reserve. 
Treaties of Jan. 22, 1855, vol. 10, p. 1143, at 
1855, vol. 12, p. 982; Executive order, Jun 
the residue 440 acres reserved for Gove 
and 33,148 acres allotted to 269 Indians 
book 210, p. 328.) 
Treaty of Oct. 14, 1864, vol. 16, p. 707. 
Unratified treaty, Aug. 11, 1855; Executive 
9,1855, and Dec. 21, 1865, and act of Congr 
Mar. 3, 1875, vol. 18, p. 446. 
Treatyof June 9, 1855, vol. 12, p. 945, and ac 
approved Aug. 5,1882, vol. 22, p. 297; Ma 
23, p. 341, and sec. 8 of act Oct. 17, 1888, 
(See order Secretary of Interior, Dec. 4, 
report, 1891, p. 682.) 
Treaty of June 25, 1855, vol. 12, p. 963. 
-Continued.       e. 
00 
establishing 
ad of Dec. 21, 
.e 30,1857. Of 
rnment uses,       J 
. (See letter. 
Borders, Nov.     " 
ess approved      4 
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of Congress       tZ 
r. 3, 1885, vol.  IFJ 
vol. 25, p. 559. 
1888, annual 
Order of Department, July 1, 1863 (see annual report, 
1863, p. 318); treaty of Apr. 29, 1863, vol. 15, p. 635, and 
Executive order, Feb. 27,1885. (See President's proc- 
lamation of Apr. 17, 885, annulling Executive order 
of Feb. 27,1885; annual Report 1885,p. LI.), act of Con- 
gress approved Mar. 2, 1889, vol. 25, p. 888; Presi- 
dent's proclamation, Iteb. 10, 1890, vol-26, p. 1554. 
Treaty of Feb. 19, 1867, vol. 15, p. 505; agreement, Sept- 
20, 1872; confirmed in Indian appropriation act ap- 
troved June 22, 1874, vol. 18, p. 167. (See p. 328-337, 
Comp. Indian Laws.) 310,711 acres allotted; 32840.25 
acres reserved for school purposes; 1,347.01 acresfor 
church and agency purposes; the residue, 573,882.26 
acres open to settlement. (See President's procla- 
mation Apr. 11, 1892, vol. 27, p. -); agreement, 
Dec. 12, 1889, ratitied by act of Congress approved 
Mar. 3, 1891, vol 26, pp. 1035-1038. 
Order of Department, July 1, 1863 (see annual report, 
1863, p, 318); treaty of Apr. 29, 1868, vol. 15, p. 625, and 
Executive order, Feb. 27,1885. (See President's proc- 
or vweo. w,  R; An. uep. ise, p. ii). 4cr of uon- 
gress approved Mar. 2, 1889, vol 25, p. 888;President's 
proclamation, Feb. 10, 1890. vol. 26, p. 1554. 
Treaty of Apr. 29, 1868, vol. 15, p. 635, and Executive 
orders, Jan. 11, Mar. 16, and May 20,1875, and Nov. 28, 
1876; agreement, ratified by act of Congress approved 
Feb. 28,187'7, vol. 19, p. 254, and "Necutive orders, Aug. 
9,1879,,and Mar. 20,1884. (Tract 32,000 acres, set apart 
by Executive order of Jan. 24, 1882, is situated in Ne- 
braska.) Act of Congress, Mar. 2, 1889, vol. 25, p. 888, 
President's proclamation of Feb. 10, t800, vol. 26, p, 
S1554. 
Treaty of Apr. 19, 1858, vol. 11, p. 744; the residue, 167,- 
324.12 acres, allotted to 1,484 Indians, and 851.88 acres 
reserved for agency, church, and school purposes. 
(See letter book, 207, p. 1.) 
Executive orders, Oct. 3, 1861, and Sept. 1, 1887; acts of 
Congress approved May 5, 1864, vol. 13, p. 63, and May 
24, 1888, vol. 25, p. 157. 
Executive order, Jan. 5,1882. (See act of Congress ap- 
proved June 15, 1880, ratifying the agreement of Mar. 
6,1880, vol. 21, p. 199.) 
Order of the Secretary of the Interior, July 8, 1864; Ex- 
ecutive order, Oct. 1, 1886. The residue, 3,753.63 acres 
allotted. 
Executive orders, Apr. 19, 1879, Mar. 6, 1880, and Feb. 23, 
1883. (See Indian appropriation act of July 4, t884, 
vol. 23, p. 79.) Executive order, May 1, 1886. 
Executive orders, Apr. 9 and July 2, 1872; act of Con 
gress approved July 1, 1892, vol. 27, p. 62. 
Treaty of Point Elliott, Jan. 22, 1855, vol. 12, p. 927; Ex- 
ecutive order, Nov. 22,1873 The residue, 10,428 acres, 
allotted. 
Treaty of Neah Bay, Jan. 31, 1855, vol. 12, p. 939; Execu- 
tive orders, Oct. 26, 1872, Jan. 2 and Oct. 21, 1873. 
Executive orders, Jan. 20, 1857, and Apr. 9,1874, 
Treaty of Medicine Creek, Dec. 26, 1854, vol. 10, p. 1132; 
Executive order, Jan. 20,1857. Land all allotted, 4,717 
acres. 
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