Fallon Paiute-Shoshone Tribe Colony and Reservation

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The Fallon Paiute-Shoshone Tribe Colony and Reservation is located in Nevada.

Establishment:

Colony
13 August, 1917 – 40 acres by Departmental order
14 March, 1958 – 20 acres by Legistlation 

Reservation
20 April, 1907 – 4,680 acres allotted by Authority of the Act, 30 April, 1908 (35 Stat. 85) 
21 November, 1917 – 840 acres set aside.
08 April, 1978 – Public Law 95-337 (92 Stat. 455) set aside 2,640 acres

Location:

Colony is two miles northeast of Fallon, the Reservation is twelve miles east by Staet Route 116, of Fallon, Chrchill County, Nevada.

Acreage:

Colony – 69 acres of Tribal Land 
Reservation – 3,480 acres of Tribal Land
4, 640 acres of allotted land 

Government:

Organized under the Constitution and By-Laws of the Paiute-Shoshone Tribe approved 12 June, 1964, amended 13 August, 1971. (Non-IRA)

B.I.A. Agency: 

Western Nevada Agency
Carson City, Nevada 89706 
Phone:(702) 887-3500 

Jurisdiction:

Federal

Contact Info:

8955 Mission Road
Fallon, Nevada 89406
Telephone: (702) 423-6075 
Local call from the Reno area: 323-3780
Fax:(702) 423-5202