PROCLAMATION FOR CARLIN FARMS RESERVE, NEVADA

 

 May 10, 1877

Washington, D.C.

 

I hereby ordered that all that tract of country in the State of Nevada (known as the Carlin Farms) lying within the following boundaries, viz: Beginning at the quarter-section corner post on the west boundary of section 6, township 35 north, range 52 east, Mount Diablo meridian; thence south 62° 56’ east 4,229 ½ feet, to a post marked “U.S.I.R., station Be;” thence north 2° 4’ east 1,928 feet, to a post marked “U.S.I.R., station C;” thence north 3° 9’ west 2,122 feet, to a post marked “U.S.I.R., station D;” thence south, 85° 8’ west 3,000 feet, to a post marked “U.S.I.R., station E;” thence north 52° 32’ west 4,046 feet, to a post marked “U.S.I.R., station F;” thence north 39° 25’ west 1,200 feet, to a post marked “U.S.I.R., station G;” thence south 44° 10’ west 21,200 feet, to a post marked “U.S.I.R., station H;” thence south  44° 29’ east 2,663 feet, to a post marked “U.S.I.R., station I;” thence south 58° 57’ east 2,535 feet, to a post marked “U.S.I.R., station K,” thence south 59° 57’ east 878 feet, to a post marked “U.S.I.R., station A,” the place of beginning, containing 521.61 acres, be, and the same hereby is, withdrawn from sale or settlement and set apart as a reservation for the Northwestern Shoshone Indians.

 

-Report of the Secretary of the Interior: Indian Affairs, p. 637