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Yakima Reservation


This Reservation is a Unresolved Reservation until they can communicate without using deception. Below is a map of Yakima Reservation, links to google earth photos of White Swan and demographics of Yakima Reservation. Yakima Reservation was created on either June 8, 1855 or June 9, 1855. At Library of Congress website, they date Yakima Reservations creation to June 9, 1855's Treaty yet an Act of Congress in 1904 made use of deceit by declaring the Secretary of the Interior was authorized and directed to sell or dispose of unallotted lands within Yakima Reservation. They further went into deception by adding this:



Provided, that the claim of said Indians to the tract of land adjoining their present reservation on the west, excluded by erroneous boundary survey and containing approximately two hundred and ninety-three thousand eight hundred and thirty-seven acres, according to the findings, after examination, of Mr. E. C. Barnard, topographer of the Geological Survey, approved by the Secretary of the Interior April seventh, nineteen hundred, is hereby recognized, and the said tract shall be regarded as a part of the Yakima Indian Reservation for the purposes of this Act: Provided further, That where valid rights have been acquired prior to March fifth, nineteen hundred and four, to lands within said tract by bona fide settlers or purchasers under the public-land laws, such rights shall not be abridged, and any claim of said Indians to these lands is hereby declared to be fully compensated for by the expenditure of money heretofore made for their benefit and in the construction of irrigation works on the Yakima Indian Reservation.



It was approved on December 21, 1904. You will not deny American leaders used deception by ordering the Secretary of the Interior to sell and dispose of unallotted lands within Yakima Reservation then agreed to add 293,837 acres to Yakima Reservation! They did not, however, include information pertaining to "Surplus Land" in the act. They only included information pertaining to "Unallotted Lands" within Yakima Reservation! That indicates Yakima Reservation was not opened to white settlement! However, there are two instead of one, acts that should have been dealt with separately! Reading the information obviously proves a new Reservation was created for chief Rocky Boy. On January 14, 1902 chief Rocky Boy sent letter to President Roosevelt telling him chief Rocky Boy was leader of landless Ojibway's in various locations in the United States in need of Reservations. They denied his request for new Reservations yet accepted his proposal to allow landless Ojibway's to settle on unsurveyed lands or unallotted Reservation lands. As mentioned, this Reservation is Unresolved until they stop using deceit!



White Swan Road View

White Swan Road View

White Swan Road View

White Swan Road View

White Swan Road View

White Swan Road View

White Swan Road View

White Swan Road View

White Swan Road View

White Swan Road View







Demographics of Yakima Reservation

Land Area: 644.4 sq. mi. or 1,669 sq. km. (that does not include allotments)

Population: 4,000 (estimate)

Indian: ?

Mexican: ?

White: ?

Black: ?

Asian: ?

Mixed: ?

Languages: Corrupted

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