HOT SPRINGS INDIAN RESERVATION PROCLAMATION

 

August 25, 1877

Washington D.C.

 

It is hereby ordered that the order of December 21, 1875, setting apart the following land in New Mexico as the Hot Springs Indian reservation, viz:  Beginning at a point on the east side of the Canada, about one thousand yards directly east of the ruins of an ancient pueblo, in the valley of the Canada Alamosa River, about seven miles above the town of Canada Alamosa, and running thence due north twenty miles to a point; thence due west twenty miles to a point; thence due south thirty-five miles to a point; thence due east twenty miles to a point due south of the place of beginning; thence due north to the place of beginning, be, and the same is hereby, canceled, and said lands are restored to the public domain.