Executive Order 1000

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Signed by President  Theodore Roosevelt  Wednesday, December 30, 1908
See the Notes section for a list of Executive Orders affected by or related to the issuance of this Executive Order.

It is hereby ordered that the unallotted lands in Tps. 17, 18, 19, 20, and 21 N., Rs. 5, 6, 7, and 8 W., and Tps. 22 and 23 N., Rs. 6, 7, and 8 W. of the New Mexico principal meridian, withdrawn from sale and settlement and set apart for the use of the Indians as an addition to the Navajo Reservation by Executive orders dated November 9, 1907, and January 28, 1908, be, and the same are hereby, restored to the public domain, except the following-described lands, embracing 110 unapproved allotments, namely:

The SW. ¼ of sec. 23, T. 17 N., R. 5 W.; the S. ½ of sec. 35, T. 18 N., R. 5 W.; sec. 23 and the N. ½ of sec. 25, T. 19 N., R. 5 W.; the W. ½ of sec. 5 and the E. ½ of sec. 6, T. 20 N., R. 6 W., unsurveyed; the NW. ¼ of sec. 3, the NE. ¼ of sec. 4, the S. ½ of sec. 5, the NW. ¼ of sec. 8, sec. 17, the N. ½ of sec. 19, sec. 20, and the SE. ¼ of sec. 31, T. 21 N., R. 6 W.; the W. ½ of sec. 33, the S. ½ of sec. 34, and the W. ½ of sec. 35, T. 22 N., R. 6 W.; the N. ½ of sec. 3, sec. 4, the W. ½ and the SE. ¼ of sec. 7, the SE. ¼ of sec. 8, sec. 9, the W. ½ of sec. 16, secs. 17 and 18, the N. ½ and the SE. ¼ of sec. 19, sec. 20, the W. ½ of sec. 21, the E. ½ of sec. 22, sec. 23, the NW. ¼ of sec. 28, the N. ½ of sec. 29, and the NE. ¼ of sec. 30, T. 20 N., R. 7 W.; the W. ½ of sec. — , the SE. ¼ of sec. 19, the SW. ¼ of sec. 20, the N. ½ and the SE. ¼ of sec. 24, the E. ½ of sec. 25, the SW. ¼ of sec. 26, the S. ½ of sec. 27, the SE. ¼ of sec. 28, the NW. ¼ of sec. 29, the NE. ¼ of sec. 30, the E. ½ of sec. 33, sec. 34, and the W. ½ of sec. 35, T. 21 N., R. 7 W., and secs. 1 and 12 and the SE. ¼ of sec. 11, T. 21 N., R. 8 W. of the New Mexico principal meridian.
Signature of Theodore Roosevelt
Theodore Roosevelt.

The White House

December 30, 1908.


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