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Hoopa Valley Reservation


This Reservations location is in extreme northwestern California, along Klamath River. On April 8, 1864 Hoopa Valley Reservation was one of four California Reservations created. Then on August 21, 1864 Hoopa Valley Reservation (it also goes by Klamath River Reservation which is better known as Yurok Reservation) had it's boundaries located by Superintendent Wiley. However, we must not exclude what transpired in 1851-1852. On October 6, 1851 Klamath River Reservation was created and located about where Hoopa Valley Reservation is now. American leaders refused to recognize treaties they reached with Ojibway leaders about California land. A total of 18 treaties ceding California land were signed yet supposedly those treaties were lost by American leaders. They didn't lose those treaties. American leaders refused to recognize that they set aside 7.4 million acres of California land to be Reservations. To learn more, we have to follow chief Rocky Boy. In 1903, chief Rocky Boy was either negotiating on behalf of California's Ojibway's who were landless, in Montana, or actually visited California to negotiate. On January 14, 1902 chief Rocky Boy sent a letter to President Roosevelt, telling him chief Rocky Boy was leader of landless Chippewa's in various States in the United States and requested for new Reservations. They denied his request for new Reservations yet agreed to chief Rocky Boy's proposal to allow his Ojibway Subjects to settle on land not surveyed (it was really unallotted Reservation land) in various locations.



California's NCIA or Northern California Indian Association (it was really chief Rocky Boy) petitioned President Roosevelt in 1903, to buy Federal lands for 1,000's of landless Ojibway People throughout California. He went on to describe that title and ownership to this beautiful land has never been extinguished. He meant those old Reservations covering a land area of 7,466,000 acres or 3,021,383 hectares. What happened next was a rediscovery of 18 Treaties that were signed between Ojibway Nation and American leaders, in 1851 and 1852, that ceded Ojibway land in California and set aside 7,466,000 acres or 3,021,383 hectares, to be Reservations for California's Ojibway People. Chief Rocky Boy agreed to creations of new Ojibway Reservations in California. He knew American leaders would not follow treaty agreements that set aside 7,466,000 acres or 3,021,383 hectares, to be Reservations for California's Ojibway People. Hoopa Valley Reservation was created for Hupa Indians who are Athabascan. We know from 1832's Edinburgh Encyclopedia that Athabascan People are Ojibway. We have been told to follow evidence along a trail by prophesy. That's what we are doing. Executive orders from June 23, 1876 and October 16, 1891, allotted 29,143.38 acres to 639 Hoopa People. Three HVR villages were set aside 68.74 acres. Act of June 17, 1892 opened 15,096.11 acres of Hoopa Valley Reservation to white settlement. Adding 29,143.38 acres allotted to HVR citizens, to 99,051 unallotted (this information is from 1913) HVR land, left Hoopa Valley Reservation with 128,194.39 acres or 200.3 sq. mi. or 518.8 sq. km. According to 2000's census, Hoopa Valley Reservation has a population of 2,633.



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