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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for the year 1884
([1884])

Schedule showing the names of Indian reservations in the United States, agencies, tribes occupying or belonging to the reservation, area of each reservation in acres and square miles, and reference to treaty, law, or other authority by which reservations were established,   pp. 256-257-264-265 PDF (2.9 MB)


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Name of tribe occupying reservation. 
Uintah.......... Gosi Ute, Pavant, Uinta, Yampa, and Grand 
River Ute. 
Ouray ............ Tabequache Ute .............................. 
.................... i................................................ 
Nisqually   a n d   Klatsop, Tsihalis, and Tsinuk ................ 
Skokomish. 
.....................Chief Moses and his people  .............. 
Colville ................I Colville ........... 
Lummi (Chah choo-sen) 
Makah ................. 
Muckleshoot .......... 
Nisqually .............. 
Port Madison .......... 
Puyallup............ 
Quinaielt .............. 
Shoalwater ............ 
Skokomish ........... 
Snohomish or Tulalip.. 
Spokane........... 
Squaxin Island (Klah. 
Obe-min). 
Tulalip 
Neah Bay and 
Quinaielt. 
Tulalip ........... 
Nisqually  a n d 
Skokomish. 
Tulalip ........... 
Nisqually a n d 
Skokomish. 
Neah Bay and 
Quinaielt. 
....do  ............. 
Nisqually a n d 
Skokomish. 
Tulalip ........... 
Colville ........... 
Nisqually  a n d 
Skokomish. 
Cmeur d'Aldne, Colville, Kalispelm, Kinikane, 
Lake, Methau, Nepeelium, Pend d'Oreille, 
San Poel, and Spokane. 
Dwamish, Etakmur, Lummi, Snohomish, 
Sukwamish, and Swiwamish. 
Kwillehiut and Makah ........................ 
M uckleshoot ................................ 
Muckleshoot, Niskwalli, Puyallup, Skwawk- 
snamish, Stailakoom and five others. 
Dwamish, Etakmur, Lummi, Snohomish, Su- 
kwamish, and Swiwamish. 
Mluckleshoot, Niskwalli, Puyallup, Skwawk. 
snamish, Stailakoom, and five others. 
Roh, Kweet, Kwillehiut, and Kwinaiutl ...... 
Shoalwater and Tsihalis ..... .  ........ 
Klallam, Skokomish, and Twana........... 
Dwamish, Etakmur, Lummi, Snohomish, Su- 
kwamish, and Swiwamish. 
Spokane  ...................................... 
Niskwalli, Puyallup, Skwawksnamish, Stail- 
akoom, and five otheT s, 
Area in acres. 
UTAH TERRITORY. 
Uintah Valley. 
Uncompahgre ........ 
Total.......... 
WASHINGTON TERRI- 
TORY. 
Chehalis ............... 
Columbia ............ 
Agency. 
Name of reservation. 
Swinomish (Perry's       Tulalip ........... 
Island). 
Yakama ............... Yakama......... 
Total ............ ..........- 
WISCONSIN. 
s~~ 
Dwamish, Etakmur, Lummi, Snohomish, 
Sukwamish, and Swiwamish. 
Yakama ..................................... 
...... ...... ...... .... .. .----....... .. ... ...... .. 
Lao Court Oreilles.   La Pointe ......... Lac Court d'Oreille band of Chippewas
of 
Lake Superior. 
Lao  de  Flam beau -. ........ do ........... 
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Lac de Flambeau band of Chippewas of Lake 
Superior. 
f,cd12, 039, 040 
1,933, 440 
3, 972, 480 
e4, 225 
2, 243, 040 
2, 800, 000 
e12, 312 
23, 040 
e3, 367 
e4, 717 
e7, 284 
e18, 062 
224, 000 
e335 
e4, 987 
e22, 490 
153, 600 
el, 494 
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e7, 170 
f800, 000 
6, 330,125 
e69,136 
e69, 824 
11 
1, 250 
9, 891 
108 
109 
uare      Date of treaty, law, or other authority establishing 
es. (a)                        reserve. 
3, 186 Executive order, October 3, 1861; act of Congress ap. 
proved May 5, 1864, vol. 13, p. 63. 
3, 021  Executive order, January 5, 1882. 
6, 207 
6j Order of the Secretary of the Interior, July 8, 1864. 
3, 505  Executive orders, April 19, 1879, March 6, 1880, and Feb- 
ruary 23, 1883. (See Indian appropriation act of July 
4, 1884, 23 Stat., p. 79.) 
4, 375  Executive orders, April 9, and July 2, 1872. 
19  Treaty of Point Elliott, January 22, 1855, vol. 12, p. 927; 
Executive order, November 22, 1873. 
36   Treaty of Neah Bay, January 31, 1855, vol. 12, p. 939; 
Executive orders, October 26, 1872, January 2 and Oc- 
tober 21, 1873. 
5  Executive orders, January 20, 1857, and April 9, 1874. 
71 Treaty of Medicine Creek, December 26, 1854, vol. 10, p. 
1132; Executive order, January 20, 1857. 
11j Treaty of Point Elliott, January 22, 1855, vol. 12, p. 927; 
order of the Secretary of the Interior, October 21, 1864. 
28   Treaty of Hedicine Creek, December 26, 1854, vol. 10, p. 
1132; Executive orders, January 20, 1857, and Septem- 
ber 6, 1873. 
350  Treaties of Olympia, July 1, 1855, and January 25, 1856, 
vol. 12, p. 971; Executive order, November 4, 1873. 
Executive order, September 22, 1866. 
8   Treaty of Point-no-Point, January 26, 1855, vol. 12, p. 
933; Executive order, February 25, 1874. 
35   Treaty of Point Elliott, January 22, 1855, vol. 12, p. 927; 
Executive order, December 23, 1873. 
240   Executive order, January 18 1881. 
2j Treaty of Medicine Creek, December 26, 1854, vol. 10, 
p. 1132. 
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362 
102: 
11" 
586,309       916 
Northern   Arapaho and     Eastern   band   of    f2,342,400 
Shoshoni. 
....                       ...  ..............    2,342,400 
................................................  137,766,731 
3, 660 
3,600 
215, 2601 
Schedule showing names of Indian resevrvations in the United States, agencies,
tribe occupying or belonging to the reservation, 4%c.-Continued. 
a Approximate.                  f Partly surveyed.                  d Out
boundaries surveyed.                 e'Surveyed. 
NOTE -The spelling of the tribal names in the column "Name of tribe
occupying reservation" revised by Maj. J. W. Powell. In many cases corrupted
names have come 
into such general use as to make it impolitic to change them. 
La Pointe (Bad River). 
Red Cliff-............. 
Menomonee ............ 
Oneida ................. 
Stockbridge-........... 
Total ............ 
WYOMING TERRITORY. 
Wind River........... 
....do ............ La Pointe band of Chippewas of Lake Superior 
.do........... La Pointe band (Buffalo Chief) of Chippewas 
of Lake Superior. 
Green  Bay ........  M enom onee -................................. 
....do ............. Oneida--  --      --    --     ---.............................
_.  - . ............ Stockbridge -................................. 
. Shoshone. 
Treaty of Point Elliott, January 22, 1855, vol. 12, p. 
Executive order, September 9, 1873. 
Treaty of Walla Walla, June 9, 1855, vol. 12, p. 951. 
Treaty of September 30, 1854, vol. 10, p. 1109, lands with- 
drawn by General Land Office, November 22, 1860, 
April 4, 1869. (See report by Secretary of the Interior, 
March 1, 1873.) Act of Congress approved May 29, 
1872, vol. 17, p. 190. 
Treaty of September 30, 1854, vol. 10, p. 1109 (lands se- 
lected by Indians). (See report of Superintendent 
Thompson, November 14, 1863, and report to Secretary 
of the Interior, June 22, 1866.) Act of Congress ap. 
proved May 29, 1872, vol. 17, p. 190. 
Treaty of September 30, 1854, vol. 10, p. 1109. 
Treaty of September 30, 1854, vol. 10, p. 1109; Executive 
order February 21, 1856. (See report of Superintendent 
Thompson, May 7, 1863.) (Lands withdrawn by Gen- 
eral Land Office May 8 and June 3, 1863.) 
Treaties of October 18, 1848, vol. 9, p. 952, of May 12,1854, 
vol. 10, p. 1064, and February 11, 1856, vol. 11, p. 679. 
Treaty of February 3, 1838, vol. 7, p. 566. 
Treaties of November 24, 1848, vol. 9, p. 955, of February 
5, 1856, vol. 11, p. 663, and of February 11, 1856, vol. 11, 
p. 679; act of Congress approved February 6, 1871, vol. 
16, p. 404. (For area, see act of Congress approved June 
22, 1874, vol. 18, p. 174.) 
Treaty of July 3, 1868, voL 15, p. 673; acts of Congress 
approved June 22, 1874, vol. 18, p. 166, and December 
15, 1874, vol 18, p. 291. 
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Total...................... 
Grand  total ........................... 
e231, 680 
d65, 540 
ell, 803 
e124, 333       1942 
e13, 993        22 
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