Utah Indian Reservations


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There are eight indian reservations in the state of Utah.


Utah Indian Reservations


Reservation: Uinta Valley
Tribes: Gosiute, Pavant (Pahvant), Uinta, Yampa, Grand River, Uncompahgre and White River Ute,
Acres: 179,194
Established by: Executive order, Oct. 3, 1861; acts of May 5, 1864 (xIII, 63), June 18,1878 (xx, 165), and May 24,1888 (xxv, 157); joint resolution of June 19,1902 (xxiII, 744); act of Mar. 3,1903 (xxxii, 997); Indian appropriation act, approved Apr. 21,1904 (xxxIII,207); President’s proclamations of July 14,1905, setting aside 1,010,000 acres as a forest reserve, 2,100 acres as town sites, 1,004,285 acres opened to homestead entry, 2,140 acres in mining claims; 103,265.35 acres allotted to 1,283 Indians, and 60,160 acres under reclamation, the residue, 179,194.65 acres, unallotted and unreserved.


Reservation: Uncompahgre
Tribes: Tabequache (Tabeguache) Ute.
Established by: Act of Congress approved June 15, 1880, ratifying the agreement of Mar, 6, 1880 (xxI, 199); Executive order, Jan. 5, 1882. 12,540 acres allotted to 83 Indians and
the rest of the reservation restored to the public domain by act of June 7,1897 (xix, 62). Joint resolution of June 19, 1902 (xxiII, 744).


  • Confederated Tribes of the Goshute Reservation


  • Northwestern Band of the Shoshone Nation


  • Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah


  • Skull Valley Indian Reservation


  • Timpanog tribe


  • Uintah and Ouray Indian Reservation

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  • Ute Indian Tribe of the Uintah and Ouray Reservation
  • Ute Mountain Ute Tribe