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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1892
([1892])

Agreement with the Crow Indians,   pp. 748-750 PDF (1.4 MB)


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AGREEMENT WITH THE CROW INDIANS. 
Eighth. It is hereby stipulated and agreed that the Secretary of the Interior
may, in his discretion, furnish to the Crow Indians the ntcessary wire and
staples with which to fence the western boundary line of the Crow Indian
Res- 
ervation, and deduct the cost of the same from any moneys received by said
Indians from grazing leases on said reservation. 
Ninth. The existing provisions of all former treaties and agreements, not
in- 
consislent with this agreement, are hereby continued in force. 
Tenth. This agreement shall take effect upon its approval by the Secretary
of the Intrior. 
Done at Crow Agency, Mont., this 27th day of August, A. D. 1892. 
ELBERT D. WEED, 
FELLOWS D. PEASE, 
FRED H. FOSTER, 
Commissioners to the Crow Indians. 
(Here follow the names of 436 Indians.) 
CROW AGENCY, MONT., Auqust 27, 1892. 
We certify on honor that we have witnes3ed the signatures of each and every
Indian named above. 
J. A. GOGERTY. 
R. C. HOWARD. 
CROW AGENCY, MONT., Auqust 27, 1892. 
We certify on honor that we explained the nature of the above agreement or
treaty to all the Indians who have signed their names thereto, and that they
fully understand all the conditions and provisions therein contained, and
that 
we have witnessed each and every signature of the Indians thereto, from No.
1 
to No. 437, inclusive, said signatures contained on pages numbered from 10
to 24, 
inclusive. 
GEORGE REED DAVIS, 
HENRY KEISER, 
CARL LEIDER, 
BERNARD BRAVO, 
Interpreters to Commissioners. 
Witnesses: 
R. C. HOWARD, 
W. H. WHITE. 
CROW AGENCY, MONT., August 27, 1892. 
I certify on honor that I have explained the nature of the above agreement
or 
treaty to all the Indians who have signed their names thereto, and that they
fully understand all the conditions therein contained, and that I have witnessed
each and every signature thereto, from No. 1 to No. 437, inclusive, contained
on 
pages numbered from 10 to 24, inclusive. 
P. STEWART, 
Agency Interpreter. 
Witnesses: 
R. C. HOWARD. 
W. H. WHITE. 
CROW AGENCY, MONT., August 27, 1892. 
I hereby certify on honor that I have witnessed each and every signature
to 
the above agreement or treaty between the Government of the United States
and the Crow tribe of Indians, and that I have had said treaty carefully
ex- 
plained to said Indians, and am satisfied that they understand all the provisions
therein contained, and that the signatures thereto, numbered from 1 to 437,
in- 
clusive, on pages fiom 10 to 24, represent a majority of the adult males
of the 
said Crow tribe of Indians. 
M. P. WYMAN, 
U. S. Indian Agent. 
NoTE.-Schedules "A " and B," referred to in the agreement
and made a 
part thereof, filed in Indian Office-file mark, "138068-1892."


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