Washington : Government Printing Office
Pursuant to authority vested in the Secretary of the Interior by Section 2 of the Act of May 1, 1936 (49 Stat. 1250), there is reserved and designated as an Indian reservation, for the use and occupancy of tree native inhabitants of the Native Village of Unalakleet, Alaska, and vicinity, the following described land, which includes 40 acres previously reserved by Executive Order of March 30, 1901, for educational purposes:
Beginning at a point in the center of the mouth of the Unalaklett River thence following the coast line of Norton Sound in a Northerly direction one (1) mile, thence due east one (1) mile, thence due south two (2) miles, thence due west to the coast line of Norton Sound, thence following the coast line of Norton Sound in a northerly direction to the mouth of the Unalakleet River and the point of beginning, except all lands claimed by The Evangelical Mission Covenant Church of America. The area described, including public and non—public lands and waters of Unalakleet River, aggregates 870 acres.
Provided, That this order shall be subject to any valid existing rights or claims acquired prior to the date hereof, and that said order shall become effective only
upon its approval by a majority vote of the natives residing in the above described area, voting in the manner prescribed by the said Section 2 of the Act of May 1, 1936, supra.
OSCAR L. CHAPMAN,
Assistant Secretary of the Interior.