Fish & Wildlife Commission Hunter's Forum

 Proposed Changes -

Pursuant to authorities CTUIR FWC outlined in Fish and Wildlife code, Sections 2.06 & 2.07:

Treaty of 1855

In 1855 the U.S. Government and the Cayuse, Umatilla, and Walla Walla Tribes signed a treaty. In the Treaty, the tribes gave up, or ceded, to the United States more than 6.4 million acres in what is now northeastern Oregon and southeastern Washington. In exchange, a parcel of land was designated as the Umatilla Indian Reservation which the tribes would retain as a permanent homeland. As a result of U.S.