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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for the year 1879
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Executive orders affecting Indian reservations, from January 10, 1879, to August 9, 1879,   pp. 214-217 PDF (1.4 MB)


Page 216

216    B XECUTIvE ,ORDERS RE&Atm           TOG- ++ INIAN  1IESRRYES 
set aside by executive order- of Mai6h " 16,  5  thence west alotg said
creek toi the 
east bank of the Missouri River; thence up and along said ea  bank to the
sutheast 
cotuer of Fort Rice military reservation; t e northeaMterlyalong said military
reservation to-the east corner of said reservation;- thence iw "direct
line to ;point on 
th e  ath bank of Beaver Creek where said creek is intersected by the one
hundredth 
degree of west longitude; thence south with said one hundredth degree of
longitude 
to the forty-sixth parallel of north latitude; thence east with said parallel
of latitude 
to the ninety-ninth degree of west longitude ; thence south with said degree
of longi- 
tude to its intersection with the north boundary line of the old Sioux or
Crow Creek 
Reservation; thence west along the north boundary line of said reservation
to the 
eastern boundary line of the old Winnebago Reservation; thence north along
said 
east line to the northeast corner of said Winnebago Reservation; thence west
along 
the north boundary line of said reservation to the middle channel of Medicine
Knofl 
Creek; thence down the middle channel of said creek to the place of beginning,
be, 
and the same hereby is, restored to the public domain. 
-.                                            B..3-.    +HAY 
MI"NOSOTA. 
White Earth 1?eserve. 
f.           EXZCUTIVn MANSION, March 18, 1879. 
It'is hereby ordered that the following-described lands, situated in the
State of Min- 
nesota, viz: eginning at the northwest corner of the White Earth.Indian Reserva-
tion, being the northwest corner of township 146 north, range 42 west, and
running 
thence north to the northwest corner of township 148 north, range 42 west
; thence 
west to the southwest corner of township 149 north, range 42 west; thence
north to 
the northwest corner of township 149 north, range 42 west; thence east on
the line 
between township 149 north and township 150 north to the intersection of
said line 
with the southwestern boundary of the Red Lake Indian Reservation; thence
south- 
easterly to the most southerly point of the Red Lake bidian Reservation;
thence in a 
northeasterly direction and along the line of the Red Lake Indian Reservation
to a 
point due north from the northeast corner of the White Earth Indian Reservation
; 
thence south to the northeast corner of White Earth Indian Reservation, and
,thence 
west along the northern boundary line of White Earth Indian Reservation to
the 
point of beginning, be, and the same is hereby, withdrawn from sale and settlement
and e apart as a reservation for Indian purposes: Provided, however, That
any tract 
or tracts of land included within the foregoing described boundaries, the
title to 
which has passed out of the United States Government, or to which valid homestead
or pre-emption rights have attached uhder the laws of the United States,
are hereby 
excluded from the reservation hereby made. 
R. B. HAYES. 
NEVADA, 
Carlin Farms   erve, 
ExxcuTrv M s~r, Jansary 16, 1879. 
It is hereby ordered that the order of May 10, 1877, setting apart as a reservation
for the Northwestern Shoshone Indians, of Nevada, the following-described
land 
(known asthe Carlin'Farms), viz: beginning at the quarter section corner
post en the 
west boundary of section 6, township 35 north, range 52 east Mount-Diablo
meridiau; 
thence south, 620 56' east 4,229 feet to a post marked "U. S I[. R.,
station B"; tenc 
north 20 4' east 1,928 feet to a post marked "U. S. I. L, station CI";
thence north 30 
9' west 2,122 feet to a post marked "U. S. I. Re, station D"; thence
south 85° 8' west 
3,000 feet to a post marked "U. S. I. R., station E"; thence north
52o 32' west 4,046 
feet to a post marked "U. S. I. R., station g"; thence north 39025'
west 1,200 feet 
to a post marked "U. S. 1. R,, station G"; thence south 440 10'
west 21,200 leet te a 
post marked "U.S.I. R., station H"; thence south 440 29' east 2,663
feet to a   at 
marked"U. S. I. R,? station I"; thence south 55" 57' cast
2,535 feet to a post marked 
"V. S. fI. ., station K"; thence.south 590229' east 878 feet to
a post nmrke4 "U.S. 
I. R. station A," the place of beginning, be, and the same is hereby,
canceled, and 
saidlands are restored to their onrignal status. 
:.                                           R. B3, HAYES, 


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