Author:Theodore Roosevelt/Presidential Proclamations

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Presidential Proclamations

1903[edit]

  Proc. No.   Title Date 33 Stat.
• Proclamation 499 Setting apart Logan Forest Reserve, Utah May 29, 1903 2307
• Proclamation 500 Setting apart Manti Forest Reserve, Utah May 29, 1903 2308
• Proclamation 501 Consolidating Flathead with Lewis and Clarke Forest Reserve, Montana June 9, 1903 2311
• Proclamation 502 Reserving lands in Porto Rico for naval purposes June 26, 1903 2314
• Proclamation 503 Reserving lands in Porto Rico for public uses June 30, 1903 2315
• Proclamation 504 Restoring to public domain lands in Day County, Oklahoma August 12, 1903 2317
• Proclamation 505 Setting apart Pocatello Forest Reserve, Idaho September 5, 1903 2318
• Proclamation 506 Convening extraordinary session of Congress October 20, 1903 2319
• Proclamation 507 Setting apart Aquarius Forest Reserve, Utah October 24, 1903 2320
• Proclamation 508 Designating Thursday, November 26, 1903, as a day of general thanksgiving October 31, 1903 2322
• Proclamation 509 Enlarging boundaries of Payson Forest Reserve, Utah November 5, 1903 2322
• Proclamation 510 Extending benefits of copyright law to citizens of Cuba November 17, 1903 2324
• Proclamation 511 Setting apart Highwood Forest Reserve, Montana December 12, 1903 2325
• Proclamation 512 Merging Pine Mountain and Zaca Lake and Santa Ynez forest reserves into Santa Barbara Forest Reserve, California December 22, 1903 2327
• Proclamation 513 Taking Hawaii light-house establishment for uses of United States December 28, 1903 2329

1904[edit]

  Proc. No.   Title Date 33 Stat.
• Proclamation 514 Granting Fort Marcy Reservation lands to Santa Fe, New Mexico January 5, 1904 2330
• Proclamation 515 Setting apart Baker City Forest Reserve, Oregon February 5, 1904 2331
• Proclamation 516 Declaration of neutrality, war between Japan and Russia February 11, 1904 2332
• Proclamation 517 Setting apart Cave Hills Forest Reserve, South Dakota March 5, 1904 2335
• Proclamation 518 Setting apart Slim Buttes Forest Reserve, South Dakota March 5, 1904 2337
• Proclamation 519 Granting Fort Marcy Reservation lands to Santa Fe, New Mexico March 10, 1904 2339
• Proclamation 520 Granting land to Lawton, Oklahoma March 29, 1904 2340
• Proclamation 521 Restoring to public domain St. John's Mission School land, South Dakota March 20, 1904 2340
• Proclamation 522 Enlarging boundaries of Fish Lake Forest Reserve, Utah May 2, 1904 2341
• Proclamation 523 Reserving lands for townsite entries, Hailey land district, Idaho May 2, 1904 2343
• Proclamation 524 Reducing area of Yellowstone Forest Reserve, Wyoming and Montana May 4, 1904 2344
• Proclamation 525 Setting apart Grantsville Forest Reserve, Utah May 7, 1904 2352
• Proclamation 526 Opening to entry lands ceded on Rosebud Indian Reservation, South Dakota May 13, 1904 2354
• Proclamation 527 Reducing area of Battlement Mesa Forest Reserve, Colorado May 16, 1904 2359
• Proclamation 528 Reducing area of White River Forest Reserve, Colorado May 21, 1904 2361
• Proclamation 529 Setting apart Salt Lake Forest Reserves, Utah May 26, 1904 2364
• Proclamation 530 Opening to entry lands ceded on Devils Lake Indian Reservation, North Dakota June 2, 1904 2368
• Proclamation 531 Reducing area of Bitter Root Forest Reserve, Idaho and Montana June 14, 1904 2373
• Proclamation 532 Granting land to Woodward, Oklahoma October 13, 1904 2374
• Proclamation 533 Designating Thursday, November 24, 1904, as a day of general thanksgiving                    November 1, 1904 2374
• Proclamation 534 Setting apart Warner Mountain Forest Reserve, California November 29, 1904 2375
• Proclamation 535 Setting apart Modoc Forest Reserve, California November 29, 1904 2380
• Proclamation 536 Reducing area of South Platte Forest Reserve, Colorado December 6,1904 2382
• Proclamation 537 Modifying boundaries of Big Horn Forest Reserve, Wyoming December 23, 1904 2384

1905[edit]

  Proc. No.   Title Date 33 Stat.
• Proclamation 538 Convening extra session of the Senate February 23, 1905 2388

1906[edit]

  • Proclamation xxx −

1907[edit]

  Proc. No.   Title Date 35 Stat.
• Proclamation 758 Setting Apart As Public Lands A Strip Of Land On The Mexican Frontier May 27, 1907 2136
  Proc. No.   Title Date 35 Stat.
• Proclamation 780 Declaring the state of Oklahoma's admission to the Union November 16, 1907 2160

1909[edit]

  Proc. No.    Title Date 35 Stat.
• Proclamation 856 Convening Special Session of the Senate Feb. 27, 1909 2234
• Proclamation 857 Enlarging boundaries of Arkansas National Forest, Arkansas Feb. 27, 1909 2235
• Proclamation 858 Enlarging boundaries of Mono National Forest, California and Nevada Mar. 02, 1909 2235
• Proclamation 859 Including part of the White Mountain Apache Indian Reservation in Sitgreaves National Forest, Arizona Mar. 02, 1909 2236
• Proclamation 860 Enlarging boundaries of Lincoln National Forest, New Mexico Mar. 02, 1909 2238
• Proclamation 861 Enlarging boundaries of Shasta National Forest, California Mar. 02, 1909 2238
• Proclamation 862 Including part of the Mescalero Apache Indian Reservation in Alamo National Forest, New Mexico Mar. 02, 1909 2239
• Proclamation 863 Including part of the Jicarilla Apache Indian Reservation in Carson National Forest, New Mexico Mar. 02, 1909 2240
• Proclamation 864 Setting apart the Zuni National Forest, New Mexico and Arizona, and including parts of the Zuni and Navajo Indian reservations Mar. 02, 1909 2242
• Proclamation 865 Including part of the Hoopa Valley Indian Reservation in Trinity National Forest, California Mar. 02, 1909 2243
• Proclamation 866 Including part of the White Mountain Apache Indian Reservation in Apache National Forest, Arizona Mar. 02, 1909 2244
• Proclamation 867 Transferring part of Lassen National Forest, California, to Shasta National Forest, and including other lands Mar. 02, 1909 2246
• Proclamation 868 Enlarging boundaries of Plumas National Forest, California Mar. 02, 1909 2246
• Proclamation 869 Setting aside Mount Olympus National Monument, Washington Mar. 02, 1909 2247
• Proclamation 870 Enlarging boundaries of Tahoe National Forest, California and Nevada Mar. 02, 1909 2249
• Proclamation 871 Including part of Tule River Indian Reservation in Sequoia National Forest, California Mar. 02, 1909 2249



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