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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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228      INDIAN RESERVATIONS, AREAS, AND HOW ESTABLISHED. 
Schedule showing the names of Indian reservations 
Name of reservation.          Agency.                  Name of tribe occupying
reservation. 
IDAHO TER.-Cont'd. 
Lapwai .....              Nez Pere6.           Nez Perc6 ..............................................
Lemhi ................. Lemhi ............Bannak (Panaiti), Sheepeater, and
Shoshoni........... 
T otal  .........................................................................................
INDIAN TERRITORY. 
Cheyenneand Arapaho       Cheyenne      and    Apache, Southern Arapaho,
and Northern and Southern 
Arapaho.             Cheyenne. 
Cherokee............ Union ............ Cherokee ...............................................
C hickasaw  ............. d....do  ............ C hickasaw  ..............................................
Choctaw-     -    -      -   do .............1Choctaw (Chahta).............................
Creek.................do...........Creek.......................................
Iow a  ..................  Sac  and  F ox o......  Iow a  ...............................................
Kansas ...............Osage-............Kansas or Kaw ..........................................
Kickapoo............Sac and Fox ...... Mexican Kickapoo ...             
.............................. 
Kiowa and Comanche.., Kiowa, Comanche, Apache, Comanche (Komantsu), Delaware,
and Kiowa. 
and Wichita. 
M odoc.................  Quapaw   ..........  Modoc ..................................................
Oakland or Nez Perc6 .Ponca,        Pawnee, Joseph's band of Nez Perc6 .............................
and Otoe. 
Osage .................. Osage ............ Great and Little Osage and Quapaw
.................... 
Otoe ................. Ponca,    Pawnee, Otoe and Missouria .......................................
and Otoe. 
Ottawa ...............    Quapaw               Ottawa of Blanchard's Fork
and Roche de Bosuf ........ 
Pawnee ................ Ponca,      Pawne'e    Pawnee (PAni) ..........................................
and Otoe. 
Peoria ................. Qaupaw.........Kaskaskia, Miami, Peoria, Piankasha,
and Wea ........ 
Ponca.................  Ponca,    Pawnee,    Ponca..................................................
and Otoe. 
Pottawatomie..........Sac and Fox ....-Absentee Shawnee (Shawano) and Pottawatomi.------
Quapaw ............... Quapaw......... Kwapa ..................................................
Sac and Fox............Sac and Fox ......Otoe, Ottawa. Sac (Sank) and Fox
of the Missouri and 
of the Mississippi, including Mokohoko's band. * .... 
Seminole-............UnionSeminole...............................................
Seneca .................  Q uapaw  ..........  Seneca  --------------------------------------------------
Shawnee-................... do............ Eastern Shawnee (Shawano) ............................
Wichita ............... Kiowa, Comanche,I Comanche (Komantsu), Delaware,
Ion.ie, Kaddo, Kichai, 
and Wichita.         Tawakanay, Wako, and Wichita. 
Wyandotte ............ Quapaw .......... Wyandotte.........             
      .......................... 
Total..... .................. . .............................................
................... ..........................................................
.. . . . . . . . . . ..........................................................
S F...... ...........   t         ,          )h                       i 
I     nnebago. 
T . ....................... . .  ...........................     ..... 
o...................n ..........................................................
IOWA. 
.Sac and Fox ........... I Sac and Fox ...... Pot tawatomi, Sac (Saunk) and
Fox of the Mississippi, and 
INDIAN RESERVATIONS, AREAS, AND HOW ESTABLISHED. 229 
in the United Statesa, agencies, 4c.-Continued. 
Square 
Area in acres. miles.*           Date of treaty, law, or other authority
establishing reserve. 
t'746, 651    1,167  Treaty of June 9, 1863, vol. 14, p. 647. 
64, 000      100   Unratified treaty of September 24, 1868. and Executive
order, February 12, 
1875. 
2, 748, 981   4, 295 
9 4, 297, 7 1  6, 715  Executive order, August 10, 1869; unratified agreement
with Wichita, Caddo. 
and others, October 19, 1872. (See annual report, 1872, p. 101.) 
5, 031, 351    7, 861  Treaties of February 14, 1833, vol. 7, p. 414, of
December 29, 1835, vol. 7. p. 47. 
and of July 19, 1866, vol. 14, p. 799.p.49 
§4, 650, 935   7, 267  Treaty of Jure 22, 1835, vol. 11, p. 611. 
16, 688, 000  10, 450       Do. 
3, 215, 495     5, 024  Treaties of February 14, 1833, vol. 7, p. 417, and
of June 14,1866, vol. 14, p. 785, 
and deficiency appropriation act of August 5, 1882, vol. 22, p. 265. (See
annual ieport 1882, p. LIV.) 
§22q, 152       356&  Executive order, August 15, 1883. 
1(,, 137    156* Act of Congress approved June 5, 1872, vol. 17, p. 228.
t206, 466       322* Executive order, August 15, 1883. 
§2, 968, 893    4, 639  Treaty of October 21,1867, vol. 15, pp. 581
and 589. 
§ 4, 040        6  Agreement with Eastern Shawnees made June 23, 1874
(see annual reporr, 
1882, p. 271), and confirmed in Indian appropriation act approved March 3.
1875, vol. 18, p. 447. 
§90, 711      142   Act of Congress approved May 27, 1878, vol. 20,
p. 74. 
S1, 470, 059   2, 297  Article 16,'Cherokee treaty of July 19, 1866, vol.
14, p. 804; order of Secretary 
of the Interior, March 27. 1871: act of Congress'approved June 5,1872, vol.
17, p. 228. 
§ 129, 113      202  Act of Congress approved March 3,1881, vol. 21,
p. 381; order of the Secretary 
of the Interior, June 25, 1881. 
+1'±, 860      23   Treaty of February 23, 1867, vol. 15, p. 513.
§ 283, 020      442  Act of Congress approved April 10, 1876, vol. 19,
p. 29. (Of this 230,014 acres 
are Cherokee and 53,006 acres are Creek lands.) 
§ 50, 301       781 Treaty of February 23, 1867, vol. 15, p. 513. 
§101,894       159  Acts of Congress approved August 15, 1876, vol.
19, p. 192; March 3, 1877, vol. 
19, p. 287; May 27, 1878, vol. 20, p. 76; and March 3, 1881, vol. 21, p.
422. 
§ 575, 877      900  Treaty of February 27, 1867, vol. 15, p. 531; act
of Congress approved Ma) 2. 
1872, vol. 17, p. 159. 
§56, 685       88*1Treaties of May 13,1833, vol. 7, p. 424. and of February
23, 1867, vol. 15, p. 51:3. 
9479, 667       750  Treaty of February 18, 1867, vol. 15, p. 495. 
200, 000       312j Treaty of March 21, 1866, vol. 14, p. 755. (See Creek
agreement, February 14, 
1881 (annual report, 1882, p. LIV), and deficiency act of August 5,1882,
vol. 
22, p. 265.) 
9 51, 958      81   Treaties of February 28, 1831, vol. 7, p. 348, of December
29,1832, vol. 7, p. 411, 
and of February 23,1867, vol. 15, p. 513. 
§ 13, 048       21  Treaties of July 20, 1831, vol. 7, p. 351, of December
29, 1832, vol. 7, p. 411. of 
February 23, 1867, Vol. 15, p. 513, and agreement with Modocs, made June
23, 
1874 (see annual report, 1882, p. 271), confirmed by Congress in Indian ap-
propriation act approved March 3, 1875, vol. 18, p. 447. 
§743, 610     1, 162  Treaty of July 4, 1866. with I)elawares. (Art.
4, vol. 14, p. 794.) Unratified 
agreement, October 19,1872. (See annual report, 1872, p. 101.) 
§ 21, 406       33f Treaty of February 23, 1867, vol. 15, p. 513. 
§ 2, 279, 618  3, 562  Cherokee lands between Cimarron River and one
hundredth meridian. 
9105, 456       165  Cherokee unoccupied lands embraced within Arapaho and
Cheyenne treaty 
reservation (treaty of October 28, 1867, vol. 15, p. 593), east of Pawnee
reservation. 
§ 3, 637, 770   5, 684  Cherokee unoccupied lands embraced within Arapaho
and Cheyenne treaty 
reservation (treaty of October 28, 1867, vol. 15, p. 593), west of Pawnee
reservation. 
§683, 139    1, 067  Creek lands embraced within Arapaho and Cheyenne
treaty reservation 
(treaty of October 28, 1867, vol. 15, p. 593), north of Cimarron River, exclu-
sive of Pawnee reservation. 
1, 211, 272   1,892* Unoccupied Creek and Seminole ceded lands east of ninety.eighth
meridian. 
1, 511, 576   2, 362Unoccupied Chickasaw and Choctaw leased lands west of
the north fork of 
the Red River. 
41, 102, 280  64,122 
1,258         2   By purchase. (See act of Congress approved March 2, 1867,
Vol. 14, p. 507.) 
Deeds November, 1876. 
1, 258  2-- 
* Approximate.       i Partly sur'vy, d       (ulboindsri.s surveyed.   
  § Surveyed. 


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