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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1905
Part I ([1905])

Statement showing present liabilities of the United States to Indian tribes under treaty stipulations,   pp. 487-488-489 PDF (882.9 KB)


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Statement showing present liabilities of the United States to Indian tribes
under treaty stipulations. 
Annual               Am 
amount    Aggregateof annual     held in 
Number of installments yet un-                  needed, to  of future  liabilities
 trust by 
Names of treaties.          Description of annuities, etc.          appropriated,
explanations, Statutes at Large. meet stipu- appropna-  of a per-  the United
etc.                                         lations in-  tions re-  manent
  States at 5 
definite as  quired. b  character. per cent.c 
to time. a 
Choctaw ............ Permanent annuities ...............................
Article 2, treaty of Nov. 16,1805, Vol. 7, p. 99; vol...............$9,600.00..........
$3,000; article 13,treaty of Oct.  11, p. 614; vol. 
18, 1820, $600; article 2, treaty  7, p. 213; vol. 7, 
of Jan. 20, 1825, $6,000.     p. 235. 
Do ............. Provisions for smiths, etc .......................... Article
6, treaty of Oct. 18,1820; Vol. 7, p. 212; vol...............920.00..........
article 9, treaty of Jan. 20,  7,p. 236; vol. 7, 
1825.                         p. 614. 
Do ............. Interest on ;390,257.92, articles 10 and 13, treaty of ..................................Vol.
11, p. 614.......................19,512.89  $390,257.92 
Jan. 22, 1855. 
Coeur d'Albne ...... Fifteen installments of $8,000 each, under sixth  One
installment of $8,000, un-  26 Stats., 1028 ............... $8,000.00 ............
article, agreement of Mar. 26, 1887, ratified by  appropriated. 
act of Mar. 3, 1891. 
Do ............. Employees as per eleventh article of said agreement3...............
............................$3,500.00................. 
Crow ............... Twenty-five installments of $30,000 each, in cash  One'installment
of $30,000, due."Act'of'Apr. 11 ,.............30,000 ...................
or otherwise, under the direction of the President.  .                  
     1882.z 
Iowa ............... Interest on $57,500, being the balance on $157,500.....
.......................Vol. 10, p. 1071........................ 2,875.00
 57,500.00 
Iowa in Oklahoma.. Five annual installments of $1,800; five annual in-  Ten'installments
mentioned in  Vol. 26, p. 756...............15000.00.................. 
stallments of $1,200, to be paid per capita.   first column. d 
Indians of Blackfeet Nine installments to be disposed of as provided in 
One installment of $150,000, due. Vol. 29, p. 354.............150,000.00
....................... 
Agency.             article 2 of agreement, act of June 10, 1896.. 
I n di an s of Fort  Twenty installments of annuity of $6,000...........Expended
under the direction  A g reemen t of ............18,000.00...................
Hall Agency.                                                       of the
Secretary of the Inte-  Feb. 23, 1889. 
rior; 3 installments due. 
Kickapoo...........Interest on $65,203.11, at 5 per cent........................................Vol.
10, p. 1079.......................3. 
Molel............. Pay of teacher to manual-labor school and sub-  Treaty
of Dec. 21, 1855 ......... Vol. 12, p. 982.... 3,000.00............3..........
. 11. 
sistence of pupils, etc. 
Northern Cheyenne   Subsistence and civilization, per agreement of Feb. Estimated
...................... Vol. 19, p. 256 ....  90,000.00 .................
and Arapahoe.      28,1877. 
Do.....Pay of 2 teachers, 2 carpenters, 2 farmers, miller,..do.......................
Vol. 15, p. 658 ....  9,000.00 ............ ..... ..... 
blacksmith, engineer, and physician. 
Osage.............Interest on $69,120, at 5 per cent, for educational Resolution
of Senate dated Jan. Vol. 7, p. 242..........................3,456.00  69,120.
purposes.                                      19, 1838, to treaty of Jan.
2, 
1825. 
Pawnee ............. Annuity in cash ....................................
Treaty of Sept. 24, 1857 ......... Vol. 11, p. 729 ..................300..........
aThese amounts are now allowed, but are liable to be discontinued. 
b These will be required during a limited number of years to pay limited
annuities incidentally necessary to effect the payment. 
c This covers both amounts held in trust at 5 per cent and amounts which,
if invested at 5 per cent, would produce permanent annuities. 
d First appropriation for fourth series to be made in 1906. 


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