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The receipts and disbursements since November 1, 1879, as shown by the books of this office, on account of sales of Indian lands, including receipts from sales made under the direction of the General Land Office, are exhibited in the following statement:

Appropriations.

Acts and treaties.

On hand November 1, 1879.

Amount received

during year.

$77, 613 20 1,779 25 24, 735 44 523 62

$44,716 61

$117, 417 94 1,779 25

78, 950 55 103, 685 99

100, 09

20, 000 00

28 30 7.157 08

48, 694 19

96 78

430 72

10,880 23

60

Proceeds of Sioux Reservations in Minnesota and Dakota. Proceeds of Winnebago Reser vations in Minnesota. Fulfilling treaty with Chero kees, proceeds of lands. Fulfilling treaty with Cherokees, proceeds of school-lands.

Payment to L'Anse and Vieux de Sert Chippewas for lands. Fulfilling treaty with Iowas, proceeds of lands. Fulfilling treaty with Kansas, proceeds of lands.

Fulfilling treaty with Kaskaskias, proceeds of lands.

Fulfilling treaty with Menomonees, proceeds of lands.

Fulfilling treaty with Miamies of Kansas, proceeds of lands. Fulfilling treaty with Omahas, proceeds of lands. Fulfilling treaty with Osages, proceeds of trust lands.

Proceeds of New York Indian lands in Kansas.

Fulfilling treaty with Pottawatomies, proceeds of lands. Fulfilling treaty with Stockbridges, proceeds of lands.

Fulfilling treaty with Winnebagoes, proceeds of lands. On account of claims of settlers on Round Valley Indian Reservation in California, restored to public lands. Fulfilling treaty with Cherokees, proceeds of Osage diminished reserve lands in Kansas. Fulfilling treaty with Delawares, proceeds of lands. (Refundment by Agent Pratt.) Fulfilling treaty with Kickapoos, proceeds of lands. Fulfilling treaty with Sacs and Foxes of Missouri, proceeds of lands. Fulfilling treaty with Shawnees, proceeds of lands.

and

Fulfilling treaty with Ottawas of Blanchard's Fork Roche de Bœuf proceeds of

12 Stat., 819, act

March 3, 1863. Secs. 2 and 3, act of Feb. 21, 1863. Cherokee strip....

Treaties of Feb, 27, 1819, and Dec. 29, 1835. Act of June 22, 1874, 18 Stat., 140. Royalty on coal...

Art. 4, treaty of

Oct 5, 1859, 12 Stat., 1112. Treaty of Feb. 23, 1867 (10 sections). Treaty of Feb. 11, 1856, 11 Stat., 679.

Act of March 3, 1872.

Disbursed during

the year.

On hand Novem

ber 1, 1880.

$4,911 87

623 71

20, 000 00

28 30

55, 851 27

96 78

430 72

1,664 85

712 26

9, 215 98 712 26

966, 012 65

149, 442 21 2, 299, 943 23

4, 058 06

lands.

Fulfilling treaty with Chippewas of Saginaw, proceeds of

iands.

Act of July 31,
1872.

2d art. treaty Sept. 1, 483, 372 79
29, 1865, 2 sec..

act July 15, 1870.
Acts of Feb. 19, 1

1873, and June
23, 1874.
Treaty Feb. 27,
1867, 15 Stat.,
532.

Treaty Feb. 11,
1856, 11 Stat.,
679; act of Feb.
6, 1871, 16 Stat.,
404.

2d art. treaty 1859,

act Feb. 2, 1863.
Act of March 3,
1873, 17 Stat.,
633.

Transfer for sale of
lands to Osages.
(See Osages.)
2d art. treaty July
4, 1866, 14 Stat.,
794.

Treaty of June 28,
1862, 13 Stat., 623.
Treaty Mar. 6, 1861,
12 Stat., 1171, act
August 15, 1876.
Acts of April 7,
1869, and Jan, 11,
1875.

Refundment

....do

Fulfilling treaty with Ottoes Act Aug. 15, 1876..

and Missourias, proceeds of

4, 058 06

32, 767 63

81 58

20, 621 61

594 37

105 64

1 08 13, 930 52

lands.

Total.

32, 767 63

81 58

20, 621 61

594 37

721, 748 80

2,388 61

724, 137 41

105 64

11, 308 85

8, 231 00

1 08 17, 008 37

227 86

186 60

41 26

43 49

43 49

400 00

400 00

111, 326 90

69, 489 12

53, 955 60

126, 860 42

2, 533, 237 21 1, 221, 661 27

342, 508 84 3, 412, 389 64

EXECUTIVE ORDERS AFFECTING INDIAN RESERVATIONS FROM JANUARY 6, 1880, TO JULY 23, 1880.

ARIZONA.

Suppia Reserve.

EXECUTIVE MANSION, June 8, 1880.

It is hereby ordered that the following described country, lying within the boundaries of the Territory of Arizona, viz, beginning at a point in the middle of Cataract Creek, two miles below the lowest fall, south of the settlement of the Suppia Indians; thence due east two and one-half miles; thence in a northerly direction twelve miles to a point two and one-half miles due east of the middle of said creek; thence due west five miles; thence in a southerly direction twelve miles to a point two and onehalf miles due west of the middle of said creek; thence due east two and one-half miles to the place of beginning, to embrace the settlements and improvements of the Suppia Indians, be, and the same is hereby, withdrawn from sale and settlement and set apart for the use and occupancy of said Suppia Indians.

R. B. HAYES.

CALIFORNIA.

Aqua Calienta and Santa Ysabel Reserves.

EXECUTIVE MANSION, January 17, 1880.

It is hereby ordered that so much of the order of December 27, 1875, as relates to the Aqua Calienta Indian Reservation in California be, and the same is hereby, canceled.

It is also hereby ordered that said order of December 27, 1875, so far as the same relates to the Santa Ysabel Indian Reservation, be, and the same is hereby, canceled to the following extent, viz:

All that portion of sections numbered 25, 26, and 27, township 11 south, range 3 east, lying north of the following line, viz, beginning on the north boundary line of section 25, township 11 south, range 3 east, of San Bernardino meridian, at a point 51.59 chains west of the northeast corner of said section 25; thence according to the true meridian south 2540 west, 56.50 chains, to a granite stone marked "P," at the north side of a granite bowlder 8 feet high; thence south 74° west, 34.60 chains to a black oak marked "P XXI"; thence north 56° west, 52 chains to a granite stone marked "P" in stone mound; thence north 39° west, 40.46 chains to a point on the north boundary of section 27; thence east along the north boundaries of section 27, 26, and 25, of township 11 south, range 3 east, to the place of beginning.

R. B. HAYES.

DAKOTA.

Fort Berthold Reserve.

EXECUTIVE MANSION, July 13, 1880. It is hereby ordered that all that portion of the Arickaree, Gros Ventre, and Mandan Reservations set aside by Executive order dated April 12, 1870, and known as the Fort Berthold Reservation, and situated in the Territories of Dakota and Montana, respectively, lying within the following boundaries, viz, beginning, at a point where the northern forty-mile limit of the grant to the Northern Pacific Railroad intersects the present southeast boundary of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation; thence westerly with the line of said forty-mile limit to its intersection with range line, between ranges 92 and 93 west of the fifth principal meridian; thence north along said range line to its intersection with the south bank of the Little Missouri River; thence northwesterly along and up the south bank of said Little Missouri River, with the meanders thereof to its intersection with the range line between ranges 96 and 97 west of the fifth principal meridian; thence westerly in a straight line to the southeast corner of the Fort Buford Military Reservation; thence west along the south boundary of said military reservation to the south bank of the Yellowstone River, the present

north west boundary of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation; thence along the present boundary of said reservation and the south bank of the Yellowstone River to the Powder River; thence up the Powder River to where the Little Powder River unites with it; thence northeasterly in a direct line to the point of beginning, be, and the same hereby is, restored to the public domain.

And it is further ordered that the tract of country in the Territory of Dakota, lying within the following-described boundaries, viz, beginning on the most easterly point of the present Fort Berthold Indian Reservation (on the Missouri River); thence north to the township line between townships 158 and 159 north ; thence west along said township line to its intersection with the White Earth River; thence down the said White Earth River to its junction with the Missouri River; thence along the present boundary of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation and the left bank of the Missouri River to the mouth of the Little Knife River; thence southeasterly in a direct line to the point of beginning, be, and the same hereby is, withdrawn from sale and set apart for the use of the Arickaree, Gros Ventre, and Mandan Indians, as an addition to the present reservation in said Territory.

R. B. HAYES.

“DRIFTING GOOSE" RESERVE.

EXECUTIVE MANSION, July 13, 1880. It is hereby ordered that townships Nos. 119, 120, and 121, north of range 63 west, in the Territory of Dakota, set apart by Executive order, dated June 27, 1879, for the use of Mag-a-bo-da's or “Drifting Goose” band of Yanktonais Sioux Indians, be, and the same are hereby, restored to the public domain.

R. B. HAYES.

BLACKFEET RESERVE.

EXECUTIVE MANSION, July 13, 1880. It is hereby ordered that the tract of country in the Territory of Montana, being a portion of the tract of country which was set aside by Executive order of the 13th April, 1875, as an addition to the then existing reservation for the Gros Ventre, Piegan, Blood, Blackfeet, and Crow Indiaus, known as the Blackfeet Reservation, and lying within the following-described boundaries, viz, beginning at a point where the south boundary of the Fort Buford Military Reserve intersects the right bank of the Yellowstone River; thence according to the true meridian west along the south boundary of said military reserve to its western boundary; thence continuing west to the right bank of the Missouri River; thence up and along said right bank, with the meanders thereof, to the middle of the main channel of the Muscleshell River; thence np and along the middle of the main channel of the Muscleshell River, with the meanders thereof, to its intersection with the forty-seventh parallel of north latitude ; thence east along said parallel to its intersection with the right-bank of the Yellowstone River; thence down and along said right bank, with the meanders thereof, to the place of beginning, be, and the same hereby is, restored to the public domain.

R. B. HAYES.

NEW MEXICO.

Navajo Reserve.

EXECUTIVE MANSION, January 6, 1880. It is hereby ordered that the following-described country lying within the boundaries of the Territories of New Mexico and Arizona, viz, commencing in the middle of the channel of the San Juan River, where the east line of the Navajo Reservation in the Territory of New Mexico, as established by the treaty of June 1, 1868 (15 Stat., 667), crosses said river; thence up and along the middle channel of said river to a point 15 miles dne east of the eastern boundary line of said reservation; thence due south to a point due east of the present southeast corner of said reservation; thence due conth 6 miles; thence due west to the one hundred and tenth degree of west longitude; thence north along said degree to the southwest corner of said reservation in the Territory of Arizona, as defined by Executive order dated October 29, 1878, be, and the same is hereby, withdrawn from sale and settlement and set apart as an addition to the present Navajo Reservation in said Territories.

R. B. HAYES.

OREGON.

Malheur Reserve.

EXECUTIVE MANSION, Washington, July 23, 1880. The Executive order dated December 5, 1872, creating the "Fort Harney Military Reservation," in Oregon, is hereby canceled, and the lands embraced therein and as shown on the accompanying plat are hereby made subject to the Executive order dated September 12, 1872, establishing the Malheur Indian Reservation. The Secretary of the Interior will cause the same to be noted in the General Land Office.

R. B. HAYES.

WASHINGTON.

Columbia Reserve.

EXECUTIVE MANSION, March 6, 1880. It is hereby ordered that the tract of country in Washington Territory lying within the following-described boundaries, viz, commencing at a point where the south boundary-line of the reservation created for Chief Moses aud his people by Executive order dated April 19, 1879, intersects the Okinakane River, thence down said river to its confluence with the Columbia River, thence across and down the east bank of said Columbia River to a point opposite the river forming the outlet to Lake Chelan, thence across said Columbia River and along the south shore of said outlet to Lake Chelan, thence following the meanderings of the south bank of said lake to the mouth of Shehe-kin Creek, thence up and along the south bank of said creek to its source, thence due west to the forty-fourth degree of longitude west from Washington, thence north along said degree to the south boundary of the reservation created by Executive order of April 19, 1879, thence along the south boundary of said reservation to the place of beginning, be, and the same is hereby, withdrawn from sale and settlement and set apart for the permanent use and occupancy of Chief Moses and his people, and such other frienilly Indians as may elect to settle thereon with his consent and that of the Secretary of the Interior, as an addition to the reservation set apart for said Chief Moses and his people by Executive order dated April 19, 1879.

R. B. HAYES.

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.

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Act of Congress approved March 3, 1865, vol. 13,
p. 559; Executive orders, November 22, 1873,
November 16, 1874, and May 15, 1876. Part of
this reserve located in California.

Act of Congress approved February 28, 1859, vol.
11, p. 401; Executive orders, August 31, 1876,
January 10, 1879, and June 14, 1879.

Executive order, October 29, 1878; included in
addition to Navajo reserve.

Executive order, July 1, 1874.

Executive orders, November 9, 1871, December
14, 1872, August 5, 1873, July 21, 1874, April 27,
1876, January 26 and March 31, 1877.
Executive order, June 8, 1880.

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Moqui Pueblo. Papago

White Mountain

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