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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)


Page 220-221

Sc5ehedule 8howing the names of Indian reservations 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 establisl
miles.   acres. ig reserve. 
INDIAN TERRITORY. 
Arapaho and Cheyenne. CheyenneandAra- 
Cherokee............Union ......... 
Friends(Orthodox) 
Apache, Southern Arapahoe, and 
Northern and Southern Cheyenne. 
Baptist........... Cheroke.    ...................... 
Chickasaw..............d....d   ......da ............. 
Choctaw.................do ........... do ............ 
Creek .......... ...    ...... . ..... .... do.. ........ 
Kansas ............... Osage.......... Friends (Orthodox) 
Kiowa and Comanche.. Kiowa......... 
Modoc.                Quapaw-......... 
Nez Perc6 **....Posia .        .. . 
Usage ..............  sage......... 
Ottawa a-.-....     -Qua.w.      ... 
Pawnee ................ Pawnee ........... 
Peoria .............. 
Pouca** .. .  .... . 
Pottawatomie .......... 
QUapaW.,........... 
Sac and Fox. 
Seminole, ........... 
Swseca............. 
Quapaw ........... 
Ponca... 
;ac and Fox. 
Quapaw ......... 
Sac and Fox. 
.... d4(). . .. .. .. .. .. . 
o............. 
.... do............. 
....do 
Friends ........... 
Friends (Orthodox) 
Friends (Orthodox) 
....do .. ..  .  . . 
.... do  ..... .... .... 
Union ............IBaptist ........... 
Quapaw...........Frends(Orthodox) 
Chickasaw ............................ 
Choctaw (Chahta)..................... 
Creek...... . ....................... 
Kansas or Kaw........    .......... 
Apache, Comanche (Komantsu), Dela- 
ware, and Kiowa. 
Modok......................... 
Great and Little Osage ............. 
Ottawa of Blachard's Fok and Roche 
de Bceuf. 
Pawnee (PAni) ........................ 
Kaskaskia, Miami, Peoria, Piankasha, 
and Wea. 
Asne Shwnee (Shawano), and 
Pottawatomi. 
Kwapa.......,.,     ............ 
Mexican Kickapoo, Sac (Sauk), and 
Fox of the Mississippi, including 
Mokohoko's band. (a) 
Seminole... 
Seneca..-----.--o-.---- 
Shawpee ...      .........-do....-........- do..    ........IEastern Shawnee
(Shawano)..... 
Wichita-------------Wiehita...........do.......... 
Wyandott ............... 
Total.......... 
IOWA. 
Sac and Fox. 
Total.......... 
KANSAS. 
Black Bob........... 
Chippewa and Munsee. 
X     po6............. 
Miami................ 
Pottawatomie ......... 
.................... 
Sac and Fox-I-.............- 
None ............. 
.ansas........ 
Kansas------ 
Friends (Orthodox) 
Frens  rhodo 
.............. O ..... 
Friends (Orthodox) 
Comanche    (Komantga), Delaware, 
Ion-ie, Kaddo, Kichai, and Tawaka. 
nay, Wako, and Wichita. 
Wyandotte.................... 
!..... *...........  ............ ...., ...... 
6,1715 
7,1861 
7, 267 
10, 450 
5,1024 
1561 
4,0639 
6 
142 
2, 291 
231 
442 
781 
175 
900 
881 
750 
3121 
81 
X21 
331 
3,1562 
165 
1,067 
*4, 297, 771 
+5, 031,351 
*4. 650,935 
+6, 688, 000 
$3, 215,495 
*100,141 
*2, 968, 893 
*4, 040 
90, 735 
"1, 466,167 
+14, 860 
*283, 026 
*50, 301 
101,894 
*575, 877 
*56,685 
*479,667 
+200, 000 
*51, 958 
*13, 048 
*743, 610 
*2,279, 618 
*105,456 
3,765, 488 
*683, 139 
...........  .......... a............. 215711  *1,  45, 890 
...................................2,362      *1,511,576 
...................  ............. 64,214 
Pottawatomi Sac (Sauk), and Fox of 
the Mississippi, and Winnebago. 
Black Bob's band of Shawnee (Shaw- 
ano), straggling Pottawatomi. 
Chippewa and Munsi ................. 
Xickapoo...................... 
Miami (a).....      ...      .. 
Prairie band of Pottawatomi ......... 
1 
2 
31 
121 
41, 097,027 
692 
692 
*33,393 
*4, 395 
*20, 273 
*2, 328 
*77, 358 
Total-------------------------.-----------------215                    137,747
To a  ....... ... ... ........... .............. .. . ..I .......... .. .
. . ....... .........  I  I 3 '  _4 
Executive order, August 10, 1869; unratified 
agreement with Wichita, Caddo, and others, 
October 19, 1872. (See annual report, 1872, p. 
101.) 
Treaties of February 14, 1833, vol. 7, p. 414, of 
December 29, 1835, vol. 7, p. 478, and or July 19, 
1866vol. 14, p. 799. 
Treaty of June 22, 1855, vol. 11, p. 611. 
Do. 
Treaties of February 14, 1833, vol. 7, p. 417, and 
of June 14, 1866, vol. 14, p. 785. 
Act of Congress approved June 5, 1872, vol. 17, 
p. 228. 
Treaty of October 21,1867, vol. 15, pp. 581 and 589. 
Agreement with Eastern Shawnees, madeJaue 
:&3,1874, and confirmed in Indian appropriation 
act approved March 3,1875, vol. 18, p. 447. 
Article 16, Cherokee treaty of July 19, 1866, vo0l 
14, p. 804; order of Secretary of the Interior, 
MUarch 27,1871- act of Congress approved June 
5,1872, vol 17, j. 228. 
Treaty of' kebrary 23,1867, vol. 15, p. 513. 
Act of Congress approved April 10,1876, vol 19 
29. (Of this 23uV014 acres are Cherokee, and 
53012 acres are Creek lands.) 
Treaty of February 29, 1867, vol. 15, p. 519. 
Treaty of February 27,1867, vol. 15, p. 531; act of 
Congress approved May 23,1872, vol. 17,'p. 159. 
Treaties of May 13,1833, vol 7, p.424, and of Feb. 
rary 23,1867, vol. 15, p. 513. 
TreatyofiVebiuary1B7, vol. 15, p. 405. 
Treaty of March 21, 186, vol. 14, p. 755. 
Treaties ofF ebrUai-y2,18lvol. 7 p. 848, of De- 
cember 29, 1832, vol 1, p. 4 1i, asi ofFebruary, 
23, 1867, vol. 15, p. 513. 
Treaties of July 20 1831, vol.7, p.  , of fecem- 
bar 13, 1032 vol. 1,11 411, of  '9br.ary 23, 1867, 
-Vol 1 ' .5!; a    agreement with Xfo4ocs, 
n   e 23, 1874 1 opfined by Cong less in 
1875,n vol.  ropriatiss act approved Ma.ch 3, 
1875, Val.,p . 447. 
Unratiied agreement, October 19,18720 (See an- 
nual report, 1872, p. 101.) 
Treaty of February 23, 1867, vol. 15, p. 513. 
Cherokee lands between Cimarron River and one 
hundredth meridian. 
Cherokee lands embraced within Arapahoe and 
Cheyenne treaty reservaion (treaty of Octo- 
ber'28, 1867, vo. t5, p.599), east Of Pawnee 
reservation. 
Cherokee lands embraced within Arfpahge and 
Cheyenne treaty reservation (treaty of Octo- 
ber 28, 1867, vol. 15, p. 593), west of Pawnee 
reservation. 
Creek lands embraced within Arapahoe and 
Cheyenne treaty reservation (treaty of Oeto- 
ber 28, 1867, vol .15 p. 593), north of Cimarron 
River, exclusive of Pawnee reservation. 
Unoccupied Creek and Seminole ceded lands east 
of ninety-eighth meridian. 
Unoccupied Chickasaw and Choctaw leased lands 
west of the north fork of the ]Red River. 
By purchase. (See act of Congress approved 
March 2, 1867, vol. 14. p. 507.) Deeds Novem- 
ber, 1876, 
Treaty of May 10, 1854, vol. 10, p. 1053. 
Treaty of July 16, 1859, vol. 12, p. 1105. 
Treaty of June 28, 1862, vol. 13, p. 623. 
Treaty of June 5, 1854, vol. 10, p. 1093 act of Con. 
gress approved March 3, 1873, vol. 17, p. 631. 
Treaties of June 5, 1846, vol. 9, p. 853; of Novem- 
ber 15, 1861, vol. 12, p. 1191; treaty of relinquish- 
ment, February 27, 1867, voL. 15, p. 531. 
* Surveyed.                             Outboundaries surveyed.         
                  (a) Not on reservation. 
*By purchase from Cherokees under article 16, treaty of July 19, 1806, Stat.
14, page 8N, and ;wt of Congressof May 27,1878k Uit64 $tates Statutes, vol.
20, page 76. 
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