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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for the year 1905, Part I
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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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496       REPORTS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. 
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 
tribe. 
NEBRASKA-continued. 
Omaha ...................... 
(Under Omaha School.) 
Tribe: Omaha. 
Ponca......................... 
(Under Santee School.) 
Tribe: Ponca. 
Sioux (additional) ........... 
(Under   Pine    Ridge 
Agency.) 
Tribe: Oglala Sioux. 
Winnebago .................. 
(UnderWinnebago School.) 
Tribe: Winnebago. 
Area.       Date of treaty, law, or other authority establishing 
reserve. 
A cres. 
a 15,097 Treaty of Mar. 16, 1854, vol. 10, p. 1043; selection by Indians
with President's approval, May 11, 1855; treaty of Mar. 6, 
1865, vol. 14, p. 667; acts of June 10, 1872, vol. 17, p. 391, and 
of June 22, 1874, vol. 18, p. 170; deed to Winnebago Indi- 
ans, dated July 31, 1874; act of Aug. 7, 1882, vol. 22, p. 341, 
act of Mar. 3, 1893 (27 Stats., p. 612); 129,470 acres allotted; 
the residue, 12,421 acres, unallotted. 
Treaty of Mar. 12, 1858, vol. 12, p. 997, and supplemental 
treaty, Mar. 10, 1865, vol. 14, p. 675; act of Mar. 2, 1889, sec. 
13, vol. 25, p. 892. 27,202.08 acres allotted to 167 Indians; 
160 acres reserved and occupied by agency and shool build- 
ings.  (See letter book 205, p. 339, also President's procla- 
mation, Oct. 23, 1890; vol. 26, p. 1559.) 
640   Executive order, Jan. 24, 1882. 
a 2, 191  Act of Feb. 21,1863, vol. 12, p. 658; treaty of Mar. 8,1865, vol.
14, p. 671; act of June 22, 1874, vol. 18, p. 170; deed from 
Omaha Indians, dated July 31, 1874. (See vol. 6, Indian 
deeds, p. 215.) 106,040.82 acres allotted; 480 acres reserved 
for agency, etc.: the residue. 1.710-80 acres, unallotted. 
Total..................17, 928 
NEVADA. 
Duck Valley b................  c 312,320  Executive orders, Apr. 16, 1877,
and May 4, 1886. 
(Under Western Shoshom 
School.) 
Tribes: Paiute and West- 
ern Shoshoni. 
Moapa River...............     c 1,000  Executive orders, Mar. 12, 1873,
and Feb. 12, 1 
(Under Moapa farmer.)                    Mar. 13, 1875, vol. 18, p. 445,
selection approve 
Tribes: Clh em ehuev i,                tary of Interior, July 3, 1875. Executive
order 
Kaibab, Pawipit, Pai-                1903 
ute, and Shivwits. 
Pyramid Lake ...............  d 322, 000  Executive order, Mar. 23, 1874.
(See sec. 26, Ind 
(Under Nevada School.)                   priation act, approved Apr. 20,
1904, vol. 33, p. 
Tribe: Paiute. 
WalkerRiver..............d 318,815     Executive order, Mar. 19, 1874. Joint
resolution 
(Under Carson School.)                   1902, vol. 32, p. 744. 
Tribe: kPaiute. 
Total.................. 954, 135 
NEW MEXICO. 
Jicarilla Apache........... 
(Under Jicarilla School.) 
Tribe: Jicarilla Apache. 
Mescalero Apache ........... 
(Under Mescalero School.) 
Tribes: Mescalero an d 
Mimbrefio Apache. 
Pueblo: 
(Under Santa Fe and Al- 
buquerque schools.) 
Tribe: Pueblo- 
Jem ez .................. 
Acoma ................. 
San Juan.......... 
Picuris ................. 
San Felipe ............. 
Pecos .................. 
Cochiti ................. 
Santo Domingo ........ 
Taos-................. 
Santa Clara ............ 
Tesuque ............... 
St. Ildefonso ........... 
Pojoaque.......... 
Sia..................... 
Sandia ................. 
Isleta .................. 
Nambe:................ 
Laguna ................ 
Santa Ana ............. 
b 286,400 
b 474,240 
d 17, 510 
d 95, 792 
d 17, 545 
d 17, 461 
d 34, 767 
d 18, 763 
d 24, 256 
d 74, 743 
d 17, 361 
d 49, 369 
d 17, 471 
d 17, 293 
d 13, 520 
d 17,515 
d 24,187 
d 110, 080 
d 13,586 
d 125,225 
d 17, 361 
L874; act of 
d by Secre- 
"of July 31, 
ian appro- 
* 225.) 
of June 19, 
Executive order, Feb. 11,. 1887. 129,313.35 acres allotted to 
845 Indians, and 280.44 acres reserved for mission, school, 
and agency purposes (L. B. 335, p. 323). The residue, 
286,400 acres, unallotted. 
Executive orders, May 29, 1873, Feb. 2, 1874, Oct. 20, 1875, 
May 19, 1882, and Mar. 24, 1883. 
Confirmed by United States patents in 1864, under old 
Spanish grants; acts of Dec. 22, 1858, vol. 11, p. 374, and 
June 21, 1860, vol. 12, p. 71. (See General Land Office Re- 
port for 1876, p. 242, and for 1880, p. 658.) See Executive 
orders of June 13 and September 4, 1902, setting apart ad- 
ditional lands for San Felipe and Nambe Pueblos, and 
Executive order of July 29, 1905, setting apart additional 
lands for Santa Clara Pueblo. 
a Surveyed.   b Partly in Idaho.   Partly surveyed.   d Outboundaries surveyed.
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