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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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Schedule showing the names of Indian reservations in the United States, agencies, denomination nominating agents, 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. 218-219-226-227 PDF (2.8 MB)


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Schedule showing the names of Indian reservation8 in the United States agencies,
4.-Continued. 
Name of reservation.     Agency.        Denomination.   Name of tribe occupying
reservation. Square  Area in  Date of treaty, law, or other authority Ostablish-
miles.   acres.                  ing reserve. 
MICHIGAN. 
Isabella ................ 
L'Anse ................ 
Ontonagon........... 
Total......   . . 
MINNESOTA. 
Bois Forte ............. 
Fond du Lao ........... 
Grand Portage (Pigeon 
River). 
Leech Lake ........... 
Mile Lac......... 
RedLake .............. 
'White Earth ..   ... 
Winn ebag o shish 
(W~hite Oak Point). 
Total.......... 
MONTANA TERRITORY. 
Blackfeet.............. 
Do ................. 
Mackinac ......... Methodist. 
 ......do-................do.......... 
----.d.. ............ ....do............ 
La Pointe§ ........ 
.... do.............. 
....do ............ 
Leech Lake...... 
White Earth..... 
Red Lake........ 
White Earth ..... 
Congregational 
...do.......... 
-..do .......... . 
Free-Will Baptist. 
Episcopal ......... 
Congregational... 
Episcopal ......... 
'Leech Lake .......IFree.Will Baptist. 
Blackfeet ......... 
Fort Peck. 
Methodist. 
.... do  . ...... 
Crow .............. row ............. ......do.... .... 
Jocko .................. 
Total ............ 
NEBRASKA. 
Iowa.............. 
Niobrar............... 
Chippewas of Saginaw, Swan Creek, 
and Black River. 
L'Anse and Vieux de Sert bands of 
Chippewas of Lake Superior. 
Ontonagon band of Chippewas of 
Lake Superior. 
............ ,.,.0-9,......... . .,. . . 
Bois6 Forte band of Chippewas ....... 
Fond du Lao band of Chippewas of 
Lake Superior. 
Grand Portage band of Chippewas of 
Lake Superior. 
Pillager and Lake Winnebagoshish 
bands of Chippewa. 
Mille Lac and Snake River (a) bands 
of Chippewa. 
Red Rake and Pembina bands of Chip- 
pewas. 
Chippewas of the Mississippi, Gull 
Lake, Pembina, and Otter Tail, Pil. 
lager, Chippewas. 
Lake Winnebagoshish and Pillager 
bands of Chippewas, and White Oak 
Point band of Mississippi Chippe- 
was. 
...*........... a...... ............ . . 
Blackfeet, Blood, and Piegan. 
Assinaboine, Brul6. Gros Ventre, 1. 
River Crow, Santee, Teton, Unkpa- 
pa, and Yanktonai Sioux.      j 
Mountain and River Crow ........... 
Flathead .......... Catholic .......... Flathead, Kutenay, and Pend d'Oreille.
............... ...! .................... ...--........ . -o................-
. .  . 
Great Nemaha.... Friends......... Iowa....                ......... 
Santee ............ ... do ............. Santee Sioux.  ...................
Omaha ................. Omaha............ ..do........... Omaha...............
      .......... 
Otoe  ...............Otoe..................do ........Otoe and Missouria.................
Sac and Fox  ......... Great Nemaha ........ do ............. Sac (Sauk)
and Fox of the Missouri... 
Winnebago ............ Winnebago ...........do ............ Winnebago.......
    .......... 
Total.......... 
NEVADA. 
Duck Valley (g) ....... 
Moapa River .......... 
Pyramid Lake ......... 
Walker River...... 
Total......... 
XRIW aR)LIOTf RRIWTAT 
.... . 0. . . .. .. .. .. . . . .. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  . .  .
. . . . .. .. . .... 600.. 
Western Shoshone................Western Shoshone............... 
Nevada .........Baptist.........Kai-bab.bit, Kemahwivi (Tantawait), 
Pawipit, Pai-Ute, and Shiwits. 
171 
821 
4 
104 
168 
156 
81 
148 
95 
5, 000 
1, 792 
500 
7,940 
41, 330 
9,800 
2, 240 
53, 370 
25 
180 
224 
69 
13 
171 
682 
400 
2 
.do    .............do ............. Pah-Tte (Paviotso) ....................
   503 
....do..............do...............do             ...........................
    498 
... ........................  ......................           7,403 
*11, 097 
*52, 684 
*2, 551 
66, 332 
+107, 509 
*100, 121 
*51, 840 
*94, 440 
*61, 014 
+3, 200, 000 
1,146, 672 
t320, 000 
5, 081, 596 
Executive order, May 14, 1855; treaties of Au. 
gust 2, 1855, vol. 11, p. 633, and of October 18, 
1864, vol. 14, p. 657. 
Treaty of September 30, 1854, vol. 10, p. 1109. 
Sixth clause, second article, treaty of September 
30, 1854, vol. 10, p. 1109; Executive order, Sep- 
tember 25, 1855. 
Treaty of April 7, 1866, vol. 14, p. 765. 
Treatyof September 30,'1854, vol. 10, p. 1109; act of 
Congress approved May 29, 1872, vol 17, p. 190. 
Treaty of September 30, 1854, vql, 10, p. 1109. 
Treaties of February 22, 1855, 'vol. 10, p. 1165, of 
May 7,1864, vol. 13 p. 693, of March 19,1867, vol. 
16, p. 719; Executive orders, November 4,1873, 
and May 26. 1874. 
Treaties of February 22, 1855, Vol. 10, p. 1185, and 
article 12 4f May'7- 1864, vol. 13, pp. 693, 695. 
Treaty of 6ctober 2, 1863, voL 13, p. 667. 
Treaty of March 19, 1867 vol. 16, p. 719; Exec- 
utive order, March 18, I879. 
Treaty of February 22,       ol o10 p. 1165; Exec 
utive orders, October29, W78, andaMay26,1874. 
Treaty of October 17, I , voL 11 p 657; unrati- 
fled treaties of July 13,1866, anA of July 13 and 
26, 451, 200 j15, and September 1, 1868; Ixecutive orders, 
July 5,1873, and August 19, 1874; act of Can- 
e gross approvedApri15, 1874, vol. 18, p. 2d; and 
6   Executive order, April13, 1875. 
6l272,000Treaty of May 7, lW, vol. 15, p. 649. 
1, 433, 600 
34,156, 800 
(b) +8,'00 
*115, 076 
*143,225 
()*44, 093 
(d)*8, 014 
*109,844 
436, 262 
256,000 
1 000 
$322, 000 
+318, 815 
897, 815 
Treaty of July 16,1855, vol 12, p. 975. 
Treaties ,Of May 18, 1854, vol. 10, p.- 1074, and of 
March 6,"61,.vol. 12, p. 1171. 
Act of Coigress approved March 3, 1863, vol. 12, 
p. 819; 4th,,aragraph, sec. 6, treaty of April 29, 
1868, vol 15,p. 687; Executive orders, February 
27, 1866, July 20 1866, November 16, 1867, Au. 
gust 31,1869, ana December 31,1873. 
Treaty of March 16, 1854, vol. 10, p. 1043; selec- 
tion  lndianawith President's approvalMay 
11, 1855; treaty 0f'March 6,1865, vol. 14, p. 667; 
acts of Congress approved June 10, 1872, vol. 17, 
p. 391, and of June 22, 1874, vol. 18, p. 170; deed 
to Winnebago Indians, dated July 31,1874... 
Treaty of December 9,1854, vol 11, p. 605; acts of 
Congress approved June 10, 1872, vol 17, p. 391, 
and of August 15,1876, vol. 19, p. 208. 
Treaties of May 18, 1854, vol. 10, p. 1074, and of 
March 6, 1861, vol. 12, p. 1171; acts of Congress 
approved June 10, 1872, vol. 17, p. 391, and Au- 
gust 15,1876, vol. 19, p. 208. 
Treaty of March 8,1865, vol. 14, p. 671; act of Con. 
gross approved June 22, 1874, vol. 18, p. 170; 
deed from Omaha Indians, dated July 31,1874. 
Executive order, April 16,1877. 
Executive orders, March 12, 1873, and Februar 
12, 1874; act of Congress approved March 1. 
1875, vol. 18, p. 445; selection approved by Sec- 
retary of Interior, July 3,1875. 
Executive order, March 23,1874. 
Executive order, March 19,1874. 
Abiquiu...........Presbyterian.     Jicarilla Apache, Kapoti, and Wimi...
 4... ......No reservation. 
nuehi Ute. 
Cimarron ............................. Jicarilla Apache and Muache Ute....................N
o reservation. 
Mescalero Apache       Mescalero ........ Presbyterian ......Mescalero and
Mimbre Apache....... 891    570, 240  Executive orders, May 29, 1873, February
2, 1874, 
(Fort Stanton).                                                         
                                        and October 20,1875. 
Navajo (h).Navajo............do.Navajo.......................           
                      6,600   4,224, 000  Treaty of June 1, 1868, vol. 15,
p. 667, and Execu- 
A.tive order, October 29, 1878. 
(a) Not on rcservation.  § In Minnesota and Wisconsin.    In Kansas
and Nebraska.  (b) Includes 5,120 acres in Kansas.  (c) Includes 9,002.98
acres in Kansas. 
(g) Partly in Idaho.  (A) Partly in Arizona.  (d) Includes 2,862.93 acres
in Kansas.  * Surveyed.  t Partly surveyed.   Outboundaries surveyed. 
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