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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for the year 1905, Part I
([1905])

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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INDIAN RESERVATIONS, AREAS, AND HOW                  ESTABLISHED.       
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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.
Namexof reservation and      Area. 
tribe. 
NEW mEXIcO-continued.        Acres. 
Zuni .........................  a 215, 040 
(Under Zufii School.) 
Tribe: Zufii Pueblo. 
Total ..................  1,699, 485 
NEW YORK. 
Allegany .....................  a 30, 469 
(Under New York Agency.) 
Tribes: Onondaga and 
Seneca. 
Cattaraugus-...............  a 21,680 
(Under New York Agency.) 
Tribes: Cayuga, Onon- 
daga, and Seneca. 
Oil Spring ...................    b 640 
(Under New York Agency.) 
Tribe: Seneca. 
Oneida                            b 350 
(Under New York Agency.) 
Tribe: Oneida. 
Onondaga ...................     6,100 
(Under New York Agency.) 
Tribes: Oneida, Ononda- 
ga, and St. Regis. 
St. Regis .....................  14,640 
(Under New York Agency.) 
Tribe: St. Regis. 
Tonawanda ..................    a 7,549 
(Under New York Agency.) 
Tribes: Cayuga and Ton- 
awanda bands of Sen- 
eca. 
Tuscarora ...................    6y 249 
(Under New York Agency.) 
Tribes: Onondaga a n d 
Tuscarora. 
Total ..................   87,677 
NORTH CAROLINA. 
Qualla boundary and other      a 50,000 
lands.                      a 15,211 
(Under Eastern Cherokee      a 33, 000 
School.) 
Tribe: Eastern Band of 
Cherokee. 
Date of treaty, law, or other authority establishing 
reserve. 
Executive orders, Mar. 16, 1877, May 1, 1883, and Mar. 3,1885 
(Area of original Spanish grant, 17,581.25 acres.) 
Treaties of Sept. 15, 1797, vol. 7, p. 601, and of May 20, 1842 
vol. 7, p. 587. 
Treaties of Sept. 15, 1797, vol. 7, p. 601, June 30, 1802, vol. 7 
p. 70, and of May 20, 1842, vol. 7, p. 587. (See annual re- 
port, 1877, p. 164.) 
By arrangement with the State of New York. (See annual 
report, 1877, p. 166.) Seneca agreement of Jan. 3, 1893, 
ratified by act of Feb. 20, 1893, vol. 27, p. 470; act of June 7, 
1897, vol. 30, p. 89. 
Treaty of Nov. 11, 1794, vol. 7, p. 44, and arrangement with 
the State of New York. (See annual report, 1877, p. 168.) 
Do. 
Treaty of May 13, 1796, vol. 7, p. 55. (See annual report, 
1877, p. 168.) They hold about 24,250 acres in Canada. 
Treaties of Sept. 15, 1797, vol. 7, p. 601, and Nov. 5, 1857, vol. 
12, p. 991; purchased by the Indians and held in trust by 
the comptroller of New York; deed dated Feb. 14, 1862. 
(See also annual report, 1877, p. 165.) 
Treaty of Jan. 15,1838, vol. 7, p. 551, and arrangement (grant 
and purchase) between the Indians and the Holland Land 
Co. (See annual report, 1877, p. 167.) 
Held by deed to Indians under decision of United States cir- 
cuit court for western district of North Carolina, entered 
at November term, 1874, confirming the award of Rufus 
Barringer and others, dated Oct. 23, 1874, and acts of Aug. 
14, 1876, vol. 19, p. 139, and Aug. 23, 1894, vol. 28, p. 441, and 
deeds to Indians from Johnston and others, dated Oct. 9, 
1876, and Aug. 14,1880. (See also H. R. Ex. Docs. No. 196, 
47th Cong., 1st sess., and No. 128, 53d Cong., 2d sess.) 
Now held in fee by Indians, who are incorporated. Act of 
Mar. 3, 1903, vol. 32, p. 1000. 
Total...............t       98,211 
NORTH DAKOTA. 
Devils Lake ..................   92,144  Treaty of Feb. 19, 1867, vol. 15,
p. 505, agreement Sept. 20, 
(Under Fo r t To t ten                   1872; confirmed in Indian appropriation
act approved 
School.)                             June 22, 1874, vol. 18, p. 167. (See
pp. 328-337, Comp. In- 
Tribes: Assiniboin, Cut-               dian Laws.) 135,824.33 acres allotted
to 1,193 Indians; 
head, Santee, Sisseton,              727.83 acres reserved for church, and
193.61 acres reserved 
Yankton, and Wahpe-                  for Government purposes. Act of Apr.
27, 1904, vol. 33, 
ton Sioux.                        I  p. 319, to amend and ratify agreement
made Nov. 2, 1901. 
President's proclamation of June 2, 1904, vol. 33, p. 2368. 
Fort Berthold.....     ...     884,780  Unratified agreement of Sept. 17,
1851, and July 27, 1866 (see 
(Under Fort B erth old I                p. 322, Comp. Indian Laws); Executive
orders, Apr. 12, 
School.)                             1870, July 13, 1880, and June 17, 1892;
agreement Dec. 14, 
Tribes: Arikara,  Gros-                1886, ratified by act of Mar. 3, 1891,
vol. 26, p. 1032. (See 
ventre, and Mandan.                  Pres. proc. May 20, 1891, vol. 27, p.
979.) 80,340 acres 
allotted to 940 Indians (see letter book 445, p. 311); the 
residue, 884,780 acres, unallotted. 
a Outboundaries surveyed.                   b Partly surveyed. 
IND 1905-32 


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