Johnson's Bibliographic Reference
Source Document Title
The public domain. Its history, with statistics, with references to the national domain, colonization, acquirement of territory, the survey, administration and several methods of sale and disposition of the public domain of the United States. With sketch of legislative history of the land states and territories, and references to the land system of the colonies, and also that of several foreign governments.
Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources. G.P. Strum, Princial Draughtsman, G.L O.
Department of the Interior, General Land Office, N.C.McFarland, Commissioner.
To accompany "Public Domain" by Thomas Donaldson.
This shows the reservations of Indians in Oklahoma in 1883. It includes Indian Nations that continue to live here, but also the Nez Perce, who were forcibly relocated to Oklahoma in 1878 as prisoners of war. The map shows a reservation tht no longer exists. They left Oklahoma in 1885; the existing Nez Perce reservation is in Idaho.