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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for the year 1883
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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 square miles and acres, and reference to treaty, law, or other authority by which reservations were established,   pp. 226-227-236-237 PDF (2.9 MB)


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226      INDIAN RESERVATIONS, AREAS, AND HOW ESTABLISHED. 
Schedule showing the names of Indian reservations in the United States, agencies,
tribes occupy 
reference to treaty, law, or other authority 
Name of reservation.        Agency.                 Name of tribe occupying
reservation. 
ARIZONA TERRITORY. 
Colorado River* ....... Colorado River ... Kemahwivi (Tantawait), Koahualla,
Kokopaj Mohavi, 
and Yuma. 
Gila  Bend .-------------  Pima-.............Papaho  .................................................
Gila  River ............. i.-- .do.............Marikopa  and  Pima ....................................
Rualpai  ............... i  Moqu---------------- i Hwiolapai .---------------------------------------
- 
Moqui-------------------I-oquiPueblo ....Moqui (Shinumo)-.--..................-...............
Papago.---------------- .Pima.-------------.Papaho    .................................................
Salt River.------------- .--.do----.------Marikopa and Pima.-----------------------------------
Suppai .................-  Colorado  River  -  Suppai  .. . . ... ..   ...
.. ... .. ... .. ... .. .. 
White Mountain-......1San Carlos ........ Aravapai, Chilion, Chirikawa. Koiotero,
Mienbre, Mo- 
gollon, Mohavi, Pinal, Tonto, and Yuma-Apache. 
Yuma.-----------------.-------------------.Yuma-Apacle.------------------------------------
---- 
Total.............-------------------- ------.--------------------------------------------------
CALIFORNIA. 
Hoopa Valley .......... Round Valley     -   Hunsatung, HupA, Klamath River,
Miskut, Redwood, I 
Saiaz, Sermalton, and Tishtanatan. 
Klamath River-........ None.-------------   Klamath River    ......................
   ..............-- 
Mission (23 reserves) . - Mission..-........ C(ahuila, Diegenes, San Luis
Rey, Serranos, and Teme- 
cula. 
Round Valley.----------Round Valley ---     Konkau, Little Lake, Pitt River,
Potter Valley, Red- 
wood, Wailakki, ana Yuki. 
Tule River ............. Tule River ....     Kawai, Kings River, Monache,
Tehon, Tule, and Wi- 
ciumni. 
Total------------.-----------------------.----------------------------------------------------
COLORADO. 
Ute -------------------Southern Ute...... Kapoti, Muachi, and Wiminuchi Ute....................
Total..---------- 
DAKOTA TERRITORY. 
Crow Creek ........... 
Devil's Lake ........... 
Fort Berthold ---------- 
Lake Traverse.----- 
Crow Creek and    Lower Yanktonai and Minnekonjo Sioux--------------- 
Lower Brul6. 
Devil's Lake ------. Cuthead, Sisseton, and Wahpeton Sioux----------------
Fort Berthold .   Arickaree, Gros Ventre, and Mandan ---  .   .   . 
Sisseton ----------.Sisseton and Wahpeton Sioux....................... 
Old Winnebago ..--  Crow Creek and     Two Kettle and Yanktonai Sioux----------------------
Lower Bruld. 
Ponca ---------------------------------------------------- 
Sioux----...........   Cheyenne River . Blackfeet, Minnekoujo, Sans Arcs,
and Two Kettle" 
Sioux.I 
Do---------------Crow     Creek and   Lower Brul6 and Lower Yanktonai Sioux.............
Lower Bruld. 
Do---------------Pine Ridge (Red      Northern Arapaho, and Cheyenne and
Ogalalla Sioux. 
Cloud). 
Do.....-------------.RoseBud(Spotted   Minnekonjo, Ogalalla, Upper Brul6
and Wahzahzah 
Tail).             Sioux. 
Do.................Standing Rock.... Blrckfaet, Unkpapa, Lower and Upper
Yanktonai 
Sioux. 
Turtle Mountain........--------------....   Chippewas of the Mississippi.-------------------------
Yankton...............Yankton .........   Yankton Sioux ............................
Total.................................   ---------------------.---------------------------
IDAHO TERRITORY. 
Cceur d'Aldne.----------Colville-----------Cceur d'Aldne, Kutenay, Pend d'Oreiile,
and Spokane ... 
Fort Hall.............. Fort Hall-........Bois6 and Brunau Bannak (Panaiti),
and Shoshoni-. 
* Partly in California. t Not on reservation.  Now in Nebraska. See act March
28, 1882, Stat., 22, p. 35. 
INDIAN RESERVATIONS, AREAS, ANI) HOW ESTABLISHED. 227 
ing or belonging to the resercation, area of each reservation in square miles
and acres, and 
by which reservations were established. 
Area in acres. Square 
I miles.* 
$ 300, 800 
22, 391 
$ 134, 400 
730, 880 
2, 508, 800 
t70, 080 
46,720 
t3, 400 
2, 528, 000 
134,400 
6,514,871 
$ 89, 572 
25, 600 
161,217 
t102, 118 
$ 48, 551 
427, 058 
1, 094, 400 
1,094, 400 
1203, 397 
§230, 400 
2, 912, 000 
$918, 780 
1416, 915 
§96, 000 
§21,731, 368 
491,520 
+430, 405 
27, 480, 785 
§736, 000     1, 150 
$$ 1, 202, 330    1,878 
* Approximate. 
Date of treaty, law, or other authority establishing reserve. 
470   Act of Congress approved March 3, 1865, vol. 13, p. 559; Executive
orders, 
November 22, 1873, November 16, 1874, and May 15, 1876. 
35   Executive order, December 12, 1882. 
210  Act of Congress approved February 28. 1859, vol. 11, p. 401; Executive
orders, 
August 31, 1876, January 10, 1879, June 14, 1879, and May 5, 1882. 
1,142  Executive order, January 4, 1883. 
2, 920  Executive order, December 16, 1882. 
109- Executive order, July 1, 1874, and act of Congress approved August 5,
1882, 
vol. 22, p. 299. 
73  Executive order. June 14, 1879. 
60  Executive orders, June 8. November 23, 1880, and March 31, 1882. 
3, 950  Executive orders, November 9. 1871, December 14, 1872, August 5,
1873, July 
21, 1874, April 27, 1876, January 26 and March 31, 1877. 
210   Executive order, July 6, 1883. 
10,1 79- 
140  Act of Congress approved April 8, 1864, vol. 13, p. 39; Executive order,
June 23, 1876. 
40   Executive order, November 16, 1855. 
2511 Executive orders, December 27, 1875, May 15, 1876, May 3, August 25,
Sep- 
tember 29, 1877, January 17, 1880, March 2, March 9, 1881, June 27, July
24, 
1882, February 5 and June 19, 1883. 
159j Acts of Congress approved April 8, 1864, vol. 13, p. 39, and March 3,
1873, vol. 
17, p. 634; Executive orders, March 30, 1870, April 8,1873, May 18, 1875,
and 
J uly 26, 1876. 
76  Executive orders, January 9, October 3, 1873, and August 3, 1878. 
667 
1, 710  Treaties of October 7, 1863. vol. 13, p. 673, and March 2, 1868,
vol. 15, p. 619; 
act of Congress approved April 29, 1874, vol. 18, p. 36; Executive orders,
-       November 22, 1875, August 17, 1876, February 7, 1879, and August
4, 1882, 
1, 710 and act of Congress approved July 28, 1882, vol. 22, p. 178. 
318  Order of department, July 1, 1863 (see annual report, 1863, p. 318)
; treaty of 
April 29,1868, vol. 15, p. 635. 
360  Treaty of February 19, 1867, vol. 15, p. 505; agreement, September 20,
1872; 
c0rrfirmed in Inlian appropriation act approved June 22, 1874, vol. 18, p.
167. (See p 141-152, Comp. Rev. Stats.) 
4, 550  Unratified aurerrement of September 17, 1851, and July 27, 1866;
Executive or- 
ders, April 12, 1870, ard July 13, 1880. 
1,435  Treaty of Febr,,arv 19. 1867, vol. 15, p. 505; agreement, September
20, 1872; 
cnfirrmed in Indian appropriation act approved June 22, 1874, vol. 18, p.
167. (See p. 141-152, Comp. Rev. Stats.) 
652  Order of departmeut, July 1, 1863 (see annual report, 1863, p. 318);
treaty of 
April 29, 1868, vl. 15, p. 635. 
150   Treaty of March 12, 1858, vol. 12, p. 997; and supplemental treaty,
March 10, 
1865, vol. 14, p. 675. 
Treaty of April 29, 1868, vol. 15, p. 635; and Executive orders, January
11, 
March 16, and May 20, 1875, and November 28, 1876; agreement, ratified 
33, 955    by act of Congress approved February 28, 1877, vol. 19, p. 254,
and Execu- 
tive order, August 9, 1879.   (Tract, 32,000 acres, set apart by Executive
order of January 24, 1882, is situated in Nebraska.) 
Executive order, December 21, 1882. 
Treaties of April 19, 1858, vol. 11, p. 744, and of April 29, 1868, vol.
15, p. 635. 
ExecirIive, orders, June 14, 1867, and November 8,1873. 
Treaty of July 3, 1868, ol. 15, p. 673; Executive orders, June 14, 1867,
and 
July 30, 1869; acreement with Indians made July 18, 1881, and approved by
Congress July 3, 1882, vol. 22, p. 148. 
f Outboundaries surveyed.         + Surveyed.        § Partly surveyed.
768 
672L 
42, 8601 


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