Revoking the Tulerosa River Reservation (1874)


 EXECUTIVE MANSION, November 24, 1874.

All orders establishing and setting apart the Tulerosa Valley, in New Mexico—described as follows: Beginning at the headwaters of the Tulerosa River and its tributaries in the mountains, and extending down the same 10 miles on each side for a distance of 30 miles—as an Indian reservation, are hereby revoked and annulled; and the said described tract of country is hereby restored to the public domain.


Kappler, C. J. (ed.). 1904. Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties, Volume I. Government Printing Office, Washington D.C. (Accessed 27 February 3, 2010)