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Uintah Valley Reservation


This Ojibway Reservations history is related to that of Confederated Ute Reservation which was created on March 2, 1868. Below is a map of Uintah Valley Reservation and links to google earth photos of Fort Duchesne. Few people know about Confederated Ute Reservation, especially it's location (supposedly nearly all of western Colorado yet probably most of east Utah) and that Hopi Reservation was a land addition to Confederated Ute Reservation. Uintah Valley Reservation was actually created on October 3, 1861. What transpired in 1868, was a vast land addition to Uintah Valley Reservation. They eradicated Confederated Ute Reservation in 1878. Not all of Confederated Ute Reservation however. They left a large area of worthless land where Uncompahgre Reservation was. They made that official on January 5, 1882. Then just 15 years later, American leaders used infidelity and opened up Uncompahgre Reservation on June 7, 1897. President Roosevelt's Proclamations of July 14, 1905 are not to be trusted. They are usually misconstrued. Uintah Valley Reservation was supposedly opened to white settlement. An area of land covering 1,004,285 acres was declared Surplus Land and opened. Land for townsites covering 2,100 acres was set aside. And 2,140 acres was set aside for mining claims. However, their deceit is the 1,010,000 acres set aside to be a National Forest or Protected Land. That 1,010,000 acres yet belongs to Uintah Valley Reservation. There are two parties involved and we don't have the Ute account of what transpired on July 14, 1905.



At issue is 1,010,000 acres! Ute leaders were definitely very content to have most of their Reservation protected. Their productive land is located at Uintah Valley Reservations east, where Utes were allotted land. They have several communities in that location including Fort Duchesne, Ouray (it has yet to be developed), Randlett and Whiterocks. Near Fort Duchesne are possibly 2 or more communities yet they are considered a part of Fort Duchesne. Land act of May 27, 1902 allotted 99,407 acres to 1,284 Ute citizens of Uintah Valley Reservation. It was obviously located at Uintah Valley Reservations east portion. Land under reclamation was 60,160 acres. What was left was 179,194.65 acres. These land dealings happened in 1902 and 1905. No land was declared Surplus Land on May 27, 1902. However, on July 14, 1905 they declared 1,004,285 acres Surplus Land and opened it to white settlement. It's the 1,010,000 acres that yet belongs to Uintah Valley Reservation. After these land dealings, Uintah Valley Reservation was left with 1,348,761.65 acres. The 1,010,000 acres is Protected Uintah Valley Reservation land. Many of the Ute land allotments were sold to whites. However, Uintah Valley Reservation was not eradicated! Uintah Valley Reservations Government has jurisdiction or owns those land allotments. Be them "Trust Land Allotments or Fee Land Allotments." Difference between "Trust Land Allotments and Fee Land Allotments" is taxes. Owners of "Trust Land Allotments" don't have to pay taxes. Owners of "Fee Land Allotments" are subject to City, County, State and Federal taxes.



Fort Duchesne Road View

Fort Duchesne Road View

Fort Duchesne Road View

Fort Duchesne Road View

Fort Duchesne Road View

Fort Duchesne Road View

Fort Duchesne Road View

Fort Duchesne Road View







Demographics of Uintah Valley Reservation

Land Area: 2,107.4 sq. mi. or 5,458.2 sq. km.

Population: Not corectly known

Language: Corrupted

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