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5th article trenty Oct. 18, 1865.... 8,000 00 Chasta, Scoton, and $2,000 annually for fifteen years..

Vol. 10, page 1122.. 3d article treaty Nov. 18. 1854;
Umpqua Indians.

three instalments yet to be ap.

propriated.
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Support of schools, physician, purchase of medi- Vol. 10, page 1123.. Same treaty, 5th article; esti-
cines, &c., and farmer, fifteen years.

mated for schools, 81,200; phy.
sician, &c., $1,500; farmer,

$1,000; three appropriat'ns due.
Chippewas of Sagi. Ten instalments in coin of $18,800 each Vol. 7, page 634.. One instalment yet to be appro-
naw, Swan creek,

priated.
and Black river.
Chippewas, Meno. Education during the pleasure of Congress. Vol. 7, page 304.... 5th article treaty August 11, 1827. 1,500 00

monees, Winne-
bagoes, and New

York Indians.
Chippewas of Lake Twenty instalments in coin, goods, implements, Vol. 10, page 1110.. 4th article treaty Sept. 30, 1854;
Superior.
&c., and for education.

eight instalments unappropri.

ated, estimated at $19,000. Twenty instalments for six smiths and assist. Vol. 10, pages 1109 20 and 5th articles treaty Sept. 30, ants, and for iron and steel,

and 11ll.

1854; eight instalments yet unappropriated, estimated at

$6,360 each. Do.... Twenty instalments for the seventh smith, &c... Vol. 10, page 1111.. Ten instalments unappropriated,

estimated at $1,060 each. Do.

For support of a smith, assistant, and shop, and Vol. 10, page 1112.. 12th article treaty, estimatod at 2, 260 00
pay of two farmers, during the pleasure of

$2,260 per annum.
the President.
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For insurance, transportation, &c., of annuities

Estimated at $5,762 63 per an- 5,762 63
and provisions.
Chippewas, Bois Twenty instalments of annuity in money, goods, "Page 81, sec. 3.. 3d article treaty April 7, 1866 ; an-
Fort band
and other articles, in provisions, ammunition,

nuity, $3,500; goods, &c., $6,500;
and tobacco.

provisions, ammunition, and to
bacco, $1,000; nineteen instal.

mente unappropriated.
Twenty instalments for support of one black- ..do.

3d article treaty April 7, 1866 ;
smith and assistant, and for tools, iron, &c.

nineteen instalments unappro-
priated, estimated at $1,500

each.
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Twenty instalments for the support of schools, ....do.

3d article treaty April 7, 1866 ;
and for the instruction of the Indians in farm-

nineteen instalments unappro-
ing, and purchase of seeds, tools, &c.

priated, estimated at $1,600 each,
For transportation, &c., of annuity goods *Page 82, sec. 6. 6th article treaty April 7, 1866... 1,500 00
Chippewas of the Money, goods, support of schools, provisions Vol. 7, page 592, Ten instalments of the second
Mississippi.

and tobacco; 4th article treaty Oct. 4, 1842; and vol. 10, pages series at $9,000 01 ; ten to be ap-
8th article treaty Sept. 30, 1854 ; and 3d arti- 86 and 1111, propriated.
cle treaty May 7, 1864.
Two farmers, two carpenters, two smiths and ....do.

Ten instalments of the second
assistants, iron and steel; same article and

series at $1,400; ten to be aptreaty.

propriated. Twenty instalments in money, of $20,000 each.. Vol. 10, page 1167.. 3d article treaty Feb. 22, 1855;

eight unexpended. * The references are to the Pamphlet copy of the laws.

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No. 169.—Statement showing the present liabilities of the United States to Indian tribes, &c.—Continued.

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Chickasaws

$60,000 00
192, 000 00

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18,400 00

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500, 000 00

Confederated tribes

and bands in middle Oregon.

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Fifteen instalments of $12,000 each, for the pur. ("Page 49, Boc. 3. 3d article supplementary treaty pose of supplying them with gilling twine, cot

April 12, 1864; estimated for Red ton maitro, calico, linsey, blankets, sheetings,

Lake band, $8,000; Pembina &c.

band, $4,000; twelve instalmente

unappropriated.
One blacksmith, one physician, &c., one miller, "Page 50, sec. 4th article supplementary treaty
one fariner, $3,900; iron and steel and other

April 12, 1864; fifteen instal.
articles, $1,500; carpentering, &c., $1,000.

ments; twelve unappropriated.
To defray the expenses of a board of visitors, not *Page 44, sec. 6.... 6th article treaty October 2, 1863,
more than three persons, to attend the annuity

fifteen instalments of $390 each;
payments of said Chippewa Indians.

twelve unappropriated.
For insurance and transportation of annuity *Page 272

Pamphlet copy of Laws, 1st ses.
goods, &c.,and material for building mill, includ.

sion 39th Congress.
ing machinery, iron and steel for blacksmiths.
Permanent annuity in goods.

Vol. 1, page 619.. Act of February 28, 1790; $3,000

per year.
Permanent annuities.

Vol. 7, pages 99,213, 2d article treaty November 16,
and 236.

1805, $3,000; 13th article treaty
October 18, 1820, $600; 2d article

treaty January 20, 1825, $6,000.
Provisions for smith, &c.

Vol. 7, page 212. 6th article treaty October 18, 1820,

and 9th article treaty January

20, 1825; say $920.
Interest on $500,000; articles 10th and 13th treaty Vol. 11, pages 613 Five per cent. for educational pur-
January 22, 1855.

and 614.

poses.
For beneficial objects at the discretion of the Vol. 12, page 964. Five instalments of $6,000 each of
President; 2d article treaty June 25, 1855.

the second series; three unap

propriated.
For farmer, blacksmith, and wagon and plongh Vol. 12, page 965. 4th article treaty June 25, 1855;
maker for the term of fifteen years.

eight instalments yet unappro-
priated, estimated at $3,500 each

year.
For physician, sawyer, miller, superintendent ....do

4th article treaty June 25, 1855;
of farming, and school teacher, fifteen years.

eight instalments yet unappro-
priated, estimated at $5,600 each

year.
Salary of the head chief of the confederated band ....do

4th article treaty June 25, 1855;
twenty years.

thirteen instalments unappro-
priated, estimated at $500 each

year.
Permanent annuities.

Vol. 7, pages 36, 69, 4th article treaty August 7, 1790,
and 287.

$1,500; 2d article treaty June 16,
1802, $3,000; 4th article treaty

Jannary 24, 1826, $20,000.
Smiths, shops, &c...

Vol. 7, page 287.. 8th article treaty January 24, 1826;

say $1,110. Wheelwright, permanent

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8th article treaty January 24,1826;

say $600. Allowance during the pleasure of the President. Vol. 7, pages 287 5th articly treaty February 14,

and 419.

1833, and 8th article treaty Jan

uary 24, 1826. * The references are to the Pamphlet copy of the laws.

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Creeks

490,000 00

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22, 200 00 12,000 00

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No. 169.-Statement shorcing the present liubilities of the United States to Indian tribes, &c.—Continued.

Creeks-Cont'd Interest on $200,000 held in trust; 6th article Vol. 11, pages 701 Five per centum for education.... treaty August 7, 1856.

and 702. Do. Interest on $775,168 held in trust; 3d article

Five per centum, to be expended treaty June 14, 1866.

under the direction of the Secre

tary of the Interior.
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For transportation of such articles as may be

3d article treaty June 14, 1866 .
purchased for the Creek pation.
Cherokees

For this amount, or so much thereof to enable * Page 118, sec. 12.. 12th article treaty July 19, 1866...

the Secretary of the Interior to cause a census

of each tribe to be taken.
For provisions and clothing furnished the army *Page 122, sec. 28... 28th article treaty July 19, 1866..

under Apothleyoholo in the winter of 1861 and

1862 Do.

For pay of losses of property by missionaries or *Page 122, sec. 30.. 30th article treaty July 19, 1866...

missionary, on account of United States agents

and troops. Delawares Life annuity to chiefs.

Private act to supplementary

treaty September 24, 1829; to

treaty October 3, 1818. Do. Interest on $46,080, at 5 per centum.

Vol. 7, page 327.. Senate resolution Jan. 19, 1838;

5th article treaty May 6, 1856. Do.

For this amount, to be placed to the credit of the *Page 113, sec. 14... 14th article treaty July 4, 1866...

Delawares in the purchase of their new reser

vation.
Dwamish and other For $150,000, under the direction of the Presi. Vol. 12, page 928.. 6th article treaty January 22, 1855;
allied tribes in dent, in twenty instalments.

thirteen instalments inappro-
Washington Ter-

priated. ritory.

Twenty instalments for an agricultural school Vol. 12, page 929... Thirteen instalmente unappropriand teacher; 14th article treaty January 22,

ated, estimated at $3,000 per 1855.

year. Twenty instalmente for smith and carpenter

Thirteen instalmente tinappropri. shop and tools; 14th article treaty Jan, 22, 1855.

ated, estimated at $500 per yeur.

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Do.. Twenty instalments for blacksmith, carpenter, ....do

14th nrticle treaty January 22, farmer, and physician.

1855; thirteen instalmente unap.
propriated, estimated at $4,600

each,
Flathead and other Five instalments of the second series for bene. Vol. 12, page 976. 4th article treaty July 16, 1855;
confederated tribes. ficial objects, under the direction of the Presi.

two instalments unappropriated.
dent, $120,000
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Twenty instalments for support of an agricul. Vol. 12, page 977. 5th article treaty July 16, 1855;
tural and industrial school, providing neces-

thirteen instalments unappropri.
sary furniture, books, stationery, &c.

ated, estimated at $300 each.
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Twenty instalments for employment of suitable ...do.

Thirteen instalmente unappropri-
instructors therefor; 5th article treaty July 16,

ated, estimated at $1,800 each.
1855.
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Twenty instalments for keeping in repair black- ..do

5th article treaty July 16, 1855;
smith's, carpenter's, and wagon and plough-

thirteen instalmente unappropri-
maker's shops, and furnishing tools therefor.

ated, estimated at $500 each.
Twenty instalments for two farmers, two mil- .do

5th article freaty July 16, 1855;
lers, one blacksmith, one gunsmith, one tin-

thirteen instalments inappropri-
smith, carpenter and joiner, and wagon and

ated, estimated at $7,400 each.
plough maker.
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Twenty instalments for keeping in repair flour. ....do

5th article treaty July 16, 1855;
ing and saw-mill and supplying the necessary

thirteen instalmente unappropri-
fixtures,

ated, estimated at $500 each.
Twenty instalments for keeping in repair hog- .do

5th article treaty July 16, 1855;
pital and furnishing the necessary medicines,

thirteen instalments unappro&e.

priated, estimated at $300 per

year. Do. For pay of physician for twenty years..

...do

5th article treaty July 16, 1855;

thirteen instalmente unappropri.

ated, estimated at $1,400 each.
For keeping in repair the building of employés, ..do

5th article treaty July 16, 1855;
&c., for twenty years.

thirteen instalmente unappropri.

ated, estimated at $300 each,
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For $500 per annum for twenty years for each ...do.

Thirteen instalments unappropri-
of the head chiefs; 5th article treaty July 16,

ated, estimated at $1,500 each
1855.

year.
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For insurance and transportation of annuity ...do

5th article treaty July 16, 1855...
goods and provisions.
Iowas

Interest on $57,500, being the balance of $157,500. Vol. 10, page 1071.. 9th article treaty May 17, 1854.
Kansas
Interest on $200,000.

Vol. 9, page 842.. 2d article treaty January 11, 1846.
Kickapoos
Interest on $100,000..

Vol. 10, page 1079.. 2d article treaty May 18, 1854
Gradual payment on $200,000

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2d article treaty May 18, 1854;

$159,000 heretofore appropri.

ated; due.
Klamaths and Mo- Five instalments of $8,000, to be applied under

2d article treaty October 14, 1864;
docs.
the direction of the President.

four instalments unappropri.

ated.
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For keeping in repair saw-mill, flouring mill, and

4th article treaty October 14, 1864;
buildings for blacksmiths, carpenter, wagon

twenty instalments to be proand plough maker, manual labor school, and

vided for, estimated at $1,000 hospital, for twenty years.

each. * The references are to the Pamphlet copy of the laws.

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