Executive Order 703

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Signed by President  Theodore Roosevelt  Wednesday, October 23, 1907
See Proclamation 2416, July 25, 1940.

It is hereby ordered that all small, unsurveyed and unreserved islands lying off the coast of the State of Washington in the Pacific Ocean, between latitudes 48° 02′ North and 48° 23′ North, among which are those named and commonly known as Spike Rock, Father and Son, Bodiel-teh Islets, Flattery Rocks, Ozette Island and White Rock, as the same are shown upon coast survey chart No. 6400, or upon the General Land Office map of the State of Washington, dated 1887, and located within the area segregated by a broken line and shown upon the diagram hereto attached and made a part of this order, are hereby reserved end set aside for the use of the Department of Agriculture, as a preserve and breeding ground for native birds and animals. This reservation to be known as Flattery Rocks Reservation.

Signature of Theodore Roosevelt
Theodore Roosevelt.

The White House,

October 23, 1907.


Flattery Rocks Reservation EO 703 illustration.jpg
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