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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1879
([1879])

Statement showing the present liabilities of the United States to Indian tribes under treaty stipulations,   pp. 190-191-196 PDF (2.2 MB)


Page 190-191

Statement showing the present liabilities of the United States to Indian
tribe8 under treaty stipulations. 
Names of treaties. 
Apaches, Kiowas, 
and Comanches. 
Do--....... 
Do ............. 
Do ............. 
Do ............. 
Do ............. 
Arickarees, G r o s 
Ventres, and 
Mandans. 
Assinaboines ...... 
Blackfeet, Bloods, 
and Piegans. 
Cheyennes and 
Arapahoes. 
iDo ............. 
Do ........... 
Do ............. 
:Do ............. 
Chickasaws ......... 
Chippewas, Boise 
Forte band. 
Do ............. 
Do  .-.- --- - 
Chippewas of Lake 
Superior. 
Chippewas of the 
Mississippi. 
Do ............. 
Chippewas, Pilla- 
gers, and Lake 
Winnebagoshish 
band. 
Do ............. 
Choctaws ......... 
Do ............ 
Do ............. 
Creeks ............. 
Do ............. 
Do ............. 
Do  ............. 
Do......... 
Do  ............. 
Do ............. 
Do......... 
Crows ............. 
Thirty installments, provided to be expended 
under the tenth article treaty of October 
21, 1867. 
Purchase of clothing------------------ 
Pay of carpenter, farmer, blacksmith, miller, 
and engineer. 
Pay of physician and teacher ................ 
Three installments, for seed and agricultural 
implements. 
Pay of a second blacksmith, iron and steel.... 
Amount to be expended in such goods, &c., as 
the President may from time to time de- 
termine. 
.......do  ...................................... 
.......do  ....................................... 
Thirty installments, provided to be expended 
under tenth article treaty of October 28, 
1867. 
Purchase of clothing, same article.......... 
Pay of physician, carpenter, farmer, black- 
smith, miller, engineer, and teacher. 
Three installments, for the purchase of seeds 
and of agricultural implements. 
Pay of second blacksmith, iron and steel. 
Permanent annuity in goods .................. 
Twenty installments, for blacksmith, assist- 
ants, iron, tools, &c. 
Twenty installments, for schools, instructing 
Indians in farming, and for the purchase of 
seeds, tools, &c 
Twenty installments of annuity, in money, 
goods, or other articles, provisions, ammu- 
nition, and tobacco. 
Support of smith and shop, and pay of two 
farmers, during the pleasure of the Presi- 
dent. 
Ten installments in money, at $20,000 each 
third article treaty of February 22, 1855, and 
third article treaty of May 7, 1864. 
Forty-six installments, to be paid to the chiefs 
of the Mississippi Indians. 
Forty installments: in money, $10,666.66; 
goods, $8,000, and for purposes of utility, 
$4,000. 
Ten installments, for purposes of education, 
per third article treaty of May 7, 1864. 
Permanent annuities.......................... 
Provisions for smiths, &c. .............. 
Eighteen installments, unappro- 
priated, at $30,000 each. 
Tenth article treaty of October 
21, 1867. 
Fourteenth article treaty of Octo- 
ber 21, 1867, 
...... do *..... .................... 
Two installments of $2,500 each 
due. 
Eighth article treaty of October 
21, 1867. 
Seventh article treaty of July 27, 
1866. 
.......do ..................... 
Eighth article treaty of Septem- 
ber 1, 1868. 
Eighteen installments, unappro- 
priated, at $20,000 each. 
S................................... 
Two installments, of $2,500 each, 
due. 
Six installments,  at $1,500,eac;" , 
unappropriated. 
Six installments, at $1,600 each, 
unappropriated. 
Annuity, $3,500; goods, &c., $6,500; 
provisions, &c., $1,000; six in- 
stallments unappropriated. 
Estimated at ..................... 
Five installments, of $20,000 each, 
due. 
Thirteen installments, of $1,000 
each, due. 
Fifteen installments, of $22,666.66 
each, due. 
Five installments of $3,000 each, 
due. 
Second article treaty of Novem- 
ber 16, 1805, $3,000; thirteenth 
article treaty of October 18,1820, 
$600; second article treaty of 
January 20, 1825, $6,000. 
Sixth article treaty of October 18, 
182& ninth article treaty of 
January 20, 1825. 
Interest 'on $390,257.92, articles ten and thir-...................................
teen, treaty of January 22, 1855. 
Permanent annuities .......................... Treaty of August 7, 1790 .......
...... do  .......................................  T reaty  of  June  16,
 1802 -..... ... 
.....  do..........*-............................. Treaty  of January  24,
1826 ....... 
Smiths, shops, &c ............................ Treaty of January 24,
1826a..... 
Wheelwright, permanent..                    Treaty of January 24, 1826, and
August 7, 1856. 
Allowance during the pleasure of the Presi.  Treaty of February 14, 1833,
and 
dent for blacksmiths, assistants, shops and  treaty of August 7, 1856. 
tools, iron and steel, wagon-maker, educa- 
tion and assistance in agricultural opera- 
tions, &c. 
Interest on $200,000 held in trust, sixth article  Treaty of August 7, 1856
......... 
treaty August 7, 1856. 
Interest on $675,168 held in trust, third article  Expended under the direction
of 
treaty June 14, 1866, to be expended under   Secretary of the Interior. 
the direction of the Secretary of the Interior. 
For supplying male persons over fourteen     Treaty of May 7, 1868; nineteen
years of age with a suit of good, substantial  installients, of $19,000 each,
woolen clothing; females over twelve years    due, estimated. 
of age a flannel skirt or goods to make the 
same, a pair of woolen hose, calico and do- 
mestic; and boys and girls under the ages 
named such flannel and cotton goods as their 
necessities may require. 
Vol. 15, p. 584, § 101--------$540, 000 00       .......    ..............
Vol. 15, p. 585, §14 
....do.......... 
Vol. 15, p. 583, § 8. 
Vol. 15, p. 584, § 8. 
Treaty not pub- 
lished. 
Vo. do ........... 
....do .......... 
Vol. 15, p. 596, §10 
-  .  d o  . . . . . . . . . . . 
Vol. 15, p. 597, §13 
Vol. 15, p. 595, § 8. 
Vol. 15, p. 597,9 8. 
Vol. 1, p. 619 ..... 
Vol 14, p. 766, § 3. 
....do........ 
$15, 000 00 
5, 200 00 
2, 500 00 
2, 000 00 
60, 000 00 
30, 000 00 
40, 000 00 
14, 000 00 
7,700 00 
2,000 00 
.....5, 000.00 
360, 000 00.....   ............. 
.- . .... ... .. ... .... . ...... 
5,00000.......... 
.............. $31000   " 
9,000 00 .......... 
9,600 00.......... 
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Vol. 10, p. 1112..  1,800 00 1-. . . . ................ 
Vol. 13, p. 694,§3.......... 
Vol. 9, p. 904, § 3. 
Vol. 10, p. 1168, § 
3; vol. 13, p. 694, 
§ 3. 
Vol. 13, p. 694, §3. 
Vol. 7, p. 99, §2; 
vol. 11, p. 614, § 
13; vol. 7, p. 213, 
§ 13; vol. 7, p. 
235, §2. 
Vol. 7, p. 212, §6; 
vol. 7, p. 236, 9; 
vol.7, p.614, §13. 
Vol. 11, p. 614, § 
13. 
Vol. 7, p. 36, § 4 
Vol. 7, p. 69,§2. 
Vol. 7, p. 287,§4. 
Vol. 7, p. 287,§8. 
Vol. 7,p. 287, §8; 
vol.11, p.700,§5. 
Vol 7, p.419, § 5; 
vol.11, p.700, §5. 
Vol. 11, p. 700, §6. 
Vol. 14, p. 786, § 3. 
Vol. 15, p. 651, §9. 
100,000 00........... ... 
13,0 900 00  - 
339, 999 90 .. 
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O.......9,600 00 .............. 
840 00 
270 0 
600 O0 
1, 000 0 
2, 000 0 
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920 00........... 
19, 512'89 
1,500 00 
3, 000 00 
20, 000 00 
1,1110 00 
600,00 
10, )000 00 
33,758 40 
$390,257 92 
490,000 0 
22,200 00 
12, 000 0 
65200100 0 
675,168 0 
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