Indian history - NeahkahnieVisions
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Federal and territorial authorities forced most Indians on the Oregon coast onto the Siletz reservation created in 1855. Indian lands stretched 105 miles from Cape Lookout to just south of today's Florence and east to the crest of the coast range. The reservation embraced 1.1 million acres in the watersheds of seven rivers: Suislaw, Alsea, Salmon, Silitz, Nestucca, Yachats and Yaquina.