Executive Order 2667
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Setting Aside Certain Lands in Arizona for Use of Kaibab and other Indians
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It is hereby ordered that the tract of land in Arizona within the following boundaries, approximately 125,000 acres, be, and is hereby, reserved from entry, sale, or other disposal and set aside for use of the Kaibab and other Indians now residing thereon and for such other Indians as the Secretary of the Interior may locate thereon:
Beginning at the northwest corner of section 6, township 41 north, range 2 west; thence east to the northeast corner of said section 6; thence north 47.12 chains to the boundary line between Arizona and Utah; thence west along said boundary line to the northwest corner of section 34, township 42 north, range 5 west; thence south to the southeast corner of section 33, township 41 north, range 5 west; thence east along the northern boundary of section 4, township 40 north, range 5 west, to the northeast corner thereof; thence south to the southwest corner of section 27, township 40 north, range 5 west; thence east to the southeast corner of section 28, township 40 north, range 2 west; thence north to the northeast corner of section 4, township 40 north, range 2 west; thence west to the southwest corner of section 31, township 41 north, range 2 west; thence north to the place of beginning.
This order supersedes and takes the place of the order of October 16, 1907, promulgated by the Department of the Interior, which order is hereby revoked:
Provided, That this order shall not affect any existing legal rights of any person to any of the lands described therein.
The White House,
- 17 July, 1917.
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