PROCLAMATION OF WHITE MOUNTAIN INDIAN RESERVE

 

March 31, 1877

Washington, D.C.

 

It is hereby ordered that all of that portion of the White Mountain reservation in the Territory of Arizona, lying within the following-described boundaries, be, and the same hereby is, restored to the public domain, to wit:  Commencing at a point at the south bank of the Gila River, where the San Pedro empties into the same; thence up and along the south bank of said Gila River ten miles; thence due south to the southern boundary of the said reservation; thence along the southern boundary to the western boundary thereof; thence up said western boundary to the place of beginning.

 

R. B. HAYES.