Near Meadow and Kanosh is the Kanosh Indian Reservation. A number of Pahvants continue to reside at least now and then on the reservation. In 1954, a congressional bill terminated the tribal status of Utah’s Paiute bands. Sponsors of the bill believed termination would speed the integration of Paiutes into non-Indian society. Results were so unsatisfactory that tribal sta­tus was restored in 1980. Remaining tribal land, which had declined in 1954 from 43,000 acres to 27,000 acres was placed in trust.

 

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