78 Stat, 891. 16 USC 1132,
Land usage, limitation.
Wilderness. 16 USC 1131,
PUBLIC LAW 91-550--DEC. 15, 1970
"Beginning at the southeast corner of the Tenorio tract on the north boundary of the Taos Pueblo grant in section 22, township 26 north, range 13 east; "thence northwesterly and northeasterly along the east boundary of the Tenorio tract to the point where it intersects the boundary of the Lucero de Godoi or Antonio Martinez Grant; "thence following the boundary of the Lucero de Godoi Grant northeasterly, southeasterly and northerly to station 76 on the east boundary of the survey of the Lucero de Godoi Grant according to the March 1894 survey by United States Deputy Surveyor John H, Walker as approved by the United States Surveyor's Office, Santa Fe, New Mexico, on November 23, 1894; "thence east 0.85 mile along the south boundary of the Wheeler Peak Wilderness, according to the description dated July 1, 1965, and reported to Congress pursuant to section 3(a)(1) of the Wilderness Act (PublicLaw 88-577); "thence northeast approximately 0,25 mile to the top of an unnamed peak (which is approximately 0,38 mile southeasterly from from Lew Wallace Peak); "thence northwesterly 1.63 miles along the ridgetop through Lew Wallace Peak to Old Mike Peak; "thence easterly and northeasterly along the ridgetop of the divide between the Red River and the Rio Pueblo de Taos to station numbered 109 of said 1894 survey, at the juncture of the divide with the west boundary of the Beaubien and Miranda Grant, New Mexico (commonly known as the Maxwell Grant), according to the official resurvey of said grant executed during July and August 1923 by United States Surveyor Glen Haste and approved by the General Land Office, Washington, District of Columbia, on April 28.1926; "thence southeasterly, southwesterly, and southerly along the west boundary of the MaxAvell arrant to the north line of unsurveyed section 33, township 26 north, range 15 east; "thence southerly to the north boundary of fractional township 25 north, range 15 east; "thence southerly and southwesterly through sections 4, 9, 8, and 7, township 25 north, range 15 east to the southwest corner of said section 7; "thence westerly along the divide between the Rio Pueblo de Taos and Rio Fernando de Taos to the east boundary of the Taos Pueblo grant; "thence north to the northeast corner of the Taos Pueblo grant; "thence west to the point of beginning; containing approximately 48,000 acres, more or less, "(b) The lands held in trust pursuant to this section shall be a part of the Pueblo de Taos Reservation, and shall be administered under the laws and regulations applicable to other trust Indian lands: Provided, That the Pueblo de Taos Indians shall use the lands for traditional purposes only, such as religious ceremonials, hunting and fishing, a source of water, forage for their domestic livestock, and wood, timber, and other natural resources for their personal use, all subject to such regulations for conservation purposes as the Secretary of the Interior may prescribe. Except for such uses, the lands shall remain forever wnld and shall be maintained as a wilderness as defined in section 2(c) of the Act of September 3, 1964 (78 Stat, 890), With the consent of the tribe, but not otherwise, nonmembers of the tribe