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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for the year 1905, Part I
([1905])

Schedule of the name of each Indian reservation, under what agency or school, tribes occupying or belonging to it, area unalloted, and authority for its establishment,   pp. 490-504 PDF (5.6 MB)


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INDIAN RESERVATIONS, AREAS AND HOW ESTABLISHED.                         
   491 
Schedule of the name of each Indian reservation, under what agency or school,
tribes occupying 
or belonging to it, area unallotted, and authority for its establishment-Continued.
Name of reservation and    Area.      Date of treaty, law, or other authority
establishing 
tribe.         I                                reserve. 
CALIFORNIA-continued. 
Mission (28 reserves) ....... 
(Under Pala and San Ja- 
cinto schools.) 
Tribes: Diogenes, Kawia, 
San Luis Rey, Serra- 
nos and Temecula. 
Round Valley............ 
(Under Round Valley 
School.) 
Tribes: Clear Lake, Con- 
cow, Little Lake, No- 
melald, Pit River, Pot- 
ter Valley, Redwood, 
Wailaki, and Yuki. 
Tule River ................... 
(Under San Jacinto School.) 
Tribes: Kawiac Kings 
River, Moache, Tehon, 
Tule, and Wichumni.c 
Yuma-...................... 
(Under Fort Yuma School.) 
Tribes: Yuma-Apache. 
A cres. 
184,216 
a 32,282 
b48,551 
a 45, 889 
Total ..................   410,319 
COLORADO. 
Ute d ......................... 
(Under Southern Ute 
School.) 
Tribes: Capote, Moache, 
and Wiminuche Ute. 
483,750 
Executive orders, Dec. 27,1875, May 15,1876, May 3, Aug. 25, 
25, Sept. 27,1877, Jan. 17, 1880, Mar. 2, Mar. 9,1881, June 27, 
July 24, 1882, Feb. 5, June 19, 1883, Jan. 25, Mar. 22, 1886, 
Jan. 29, Mar. 14, 1887, and May 6, 1889. 270.24 acres al- 
lotted to 17 Indians and for church and cemetery pur- 
poses on Sycuan Reserve (letter book 303, p. 297), and 
119.99 acres allotted to 15 Indians on Pala Reserve (letter 
book 303, p. 57), 1,299.47 acres allotted to 85 Temecula 
Indians, 2.70 acres reserved for school purposes (letter 
book 351, p. 312). Proclamations of President of Apr. 16, 
1901, vol. 32, p. 1970, and May 29, 1902, vol. 32, p. 2005; act 
of Feb. 11, 1903, vol. 32, p. 822. Warner's ranch of 3,353 
acres purchased. (See Authority 7971, also letter book 
580, p. 113. Deed recorded in Misc. Record book No. 5, 
p. 193.)                                                ' 
Acts of Apr. 8, 1864, vol. 13, p. 39, and Mar. 3, 1873, vol. 17, 
p. 634; Executive orders, Mar. 30, 1870, Apr. 8, 1873, May 
18,1875, and July 26, 1876; act of Oct. 1, 1890, vol. 26, p. 658. 
5,408.72 acres allotted to 619 Indians, 180 acres reserved for 
school purposes, 3 acres for mission, 10.43 acres for ceme- 
tery, 177.13 acres for agency purposes; the residue, 32,282 
acres, unallotted. (Letter books 298, p. 17, and 395, 
p. 260.) (See act of Feb. 8,1905, providing for a reduction 
of area of reservation, vol. 33, p. 706.) 
Executive orders, Jan. 9 and Oct. 3,1873, and Aug. 3,1878. 
Executive order, Jan. 9, 1884; agreement, Dec. 4, 1893, rati- 
fied by act of Aug. 15, 1894, vol. 28 p. 332. (See sec. 25 In- 
dian appropriation act, approved Apr. 21, 1904, vol. 33, 
p. 224.) 
Treaties of Oct. 7, 1863, vol. 13, p. 673, and Mar. 2, 1868, vol. 
15, p. 619, act of Apr. 29, 1874, vol. 18, p. 36; Executive or- 
ders, Nov. 22, 1875, Aug. 17, 1876, Feb. 7,1879, and Aug. 4. 
1882, and act of Congress approved June 15, 1880, vol. 21. 
p. 199, and July 28,1882, vol 22, p. 178, May 14, 1884, vol. 23, 
p. 22, Aug. 15, 1S94, vol. 28, p. 337 Feb. 20 1895, vol. 28, p. 
677. 65,450.33 acres allotted to 332 Indians, and 360 acres 
reserved for use of Government (letter book 321, p. 86); 
also 7,360.32 acres allotted to 39 Indians (letter book 331, 
p. 395). 523,079 acres opened to settlement by President's 
proclamation dated Apr. 13, 1899. The residue 483,750 
acres, retained as a reservation for the Wiminuche Utes. 
Total ..................   483,750 
IDAHO. 
Cceur d'Al~ne ................,b e 404,480  Executive orders, June 14, 1867,
and Nov. 8, 1873; agree- 
(Under Colville Agency.)                  ments made Mar. 26, 1887, and Sept.
9, 1889, and con- 
Tribes: C ae u r d'AiAne,                firmed in Indian appropriation act
approved Mar. 3,1891, 
Kutenai,a       Pend                  vol. 26, pp. 1026, 1029. Agreement,
Feb. 7, 1894, ratified 
d'Oreille, b and  Spo-                 by act of Aug. 15, 1894, vol. 28,
p. 322. 
kan. 
Fort Hall .................... b e 447,940  Treaty of July 3, 1868, vol.
15, p. 673; Executive orders, 
(Under Fort Hall School.)                 June 14, 1867, and July 30, 1869;
agreement with Indians 
Tribes: B an nook and                    made July 18, 1881, and approved
by Congress July 3,1882, 
Shoshoni.                             vol. 22, p. 148; acts of Sept. 1, 1888,
vol. 25, p. 452, Feb. 23, 
1889,vol. 25, p. 687, and Mar. 3, 1891, vol. 26, p. 1011. Agree- 
ment made Feb. 5, 1898, ratified by act of June 6, 1900, vol. 
31, p. 672, ceding 416,060 acres, of which 6,172.44 acres have 
been allotted to 90 Indians (see L. B. 527, p. 478); re- 
mainder of ceded tract opened to settlement June 17, 1902. 
(President's proclamation of May 7, 1902, vol. 32, p. 1997), 
act of Mar. 30, 1904, vol. 33, p. 153. 
a Surveyed.                                        d Partly in New Mexico.
b Outboundaries surveyed.                           e Partly surveyed. 
c Not on reservation. 


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