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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for the year 1865
([1865])

Statistical tables,   pp. 562-563-590 PDF (6.9 MB)


Page 562-563

No. 194. 
Statement showing the present liabilities of the United States to Indian
tribes under stipulations of treaties, &c. 
Names of tribes. 
Chippewas of Lake 
Superior. 
Do ............. 
Do ............. 
Do ............. 
Do ............. 
Chippewas of the 
Mississippi. 
Do............. 
Do-............ 
Chippewas, Pilla- 
gor  and  Lake 
Winnebagoshish. 
-Description of annuities, stipulations, &c. 
For money, goods, support of schools, provi- 
sions, two carpenters, and tobacco; compare 
4th article treaty October 4, 1842, and 8th ar- 
ticle treaty September 30, 1854. 
Twenty instalments ifs coin, goods, imple- 
ments, &c., and for education; 4th article 
treaty September 30, 1854. 
Twenty instalments for six smiths and assist- 
ants, and for iron and steel; 2d and 5th ar- 
ticles treaty September 30, 1854. 
Twenty instalments for the seventh smith, &c. 
For support of a smith, assistant, and shop, 
and pay of two farmers during the pleasure 
of the President; 12th article treaty. 
Money, goods, support of schoQls, provisions, 
and tobacco; compare 4th article treaty Octo- 
ber 4, 1842, and 8th article treaty September 
31, 1854. 
Two farmers, two carpenters, and smiths and 
assistants, iron and steel; 4th article treaty 
October 4, 1842, and September 30, 1854. 
Twenty instaloents in money of $20,000 each. 
Money, $10,666 67; goods, $8,000; and pur- 
poses of utility, $4,000; 3d article treaty Feb- 
ruary 22, 1855. 
Reference to laws; Number of instalments yet unap- 
Statutes at Large.   propriated,  explanations, re- 
marks, &c. 
Vol. 7, page 592, 
and vol. 10, page 
11l. 
Vol. 10, page 11.... 
Vol. 10, page 1109, 
and vol. 10, page 
1111. 
Vol. 10, page 1111. 
Vol. 10, page 1112.. 
Vol. 7, page 592, 
and vol. 10, page 
1111. 
Vol. 7, page 592, 
and vol. 10, page 
1n11. 
Vol. 10, page 1167.. 
Vol. 10, page 1168.. 
Twenty-five instalments; one yet 
to be appropriated. 
Twenty instalments, at $19,000 
each; nine yet unappropriated. 
Twenty instalments, at $6,300 
each; nine yet unappropriated. 
Twenty instalments, estimated at 
$1,060 each; elever yet unap- 
propriated. 
Estimated at $2,260 per annum... 
Twenty-five instalments; one un- 
expended. 
Twenty-five instalments; two un- 
expended; onu-third payable to 
these Indians, $466 66, for two 
years. 
Third article treaty Pebruary 22, 
1855; nine unexpended. 
Thirty instalments; nineteen un- 
appropriated. 
ca 
Cc:; 
$9,510  06 -............ 
171,000 00............ 
56, 700 00........... 
11, 660 00........... 
$2,260 001-............... 
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9,000 00.......................... 
1,400 00 
180,000 00 
430,666 73 
Do ............ For purposes of education; same article and 
treaty. 
Do ............ For support of smiths' shops; same article 
and treaty. 
Chickasfiws--------.Permanent annuity in goods................ 
Chippewas, Meno- Education during the pleasure of Congress... 
monees, Winne- 
bagoes, and New 
York Indians. 
Chippewas of Sagi-  Ten instalments in coin of $18, 800 each...... 
naw, Swan creek, 
and Black river. 
Choctaws .......... Permanent annuities .............. .......... 
Do ............ Provisions for smith, &e.................... 
Do ............ Interest on $500,000; articles 10th and 13th 
treaty January 22, 1855. 
Creeks ............. Permanent annuities .......................... 
Do ............ 
Do ............ 
Do ............ 
Do ............. 
Delawares ......... 
Do ............ 
Seminoles, Florida 
Indians. 
Do ............ 
Do ............ 
JDo ............ 
Iowas .............. 
Kansas ............ 
Kickapoos ......... 
Do ............ 
Vol. 10, page 1168.. Twenty instalments, of $3,000........... 
each; nine unexpended. 
...do..............Fifteen instalments, estimated at............ 
$2,120each; four unappropriated. 
Vol. 1, page 619.... Act of February 28, 1790, $3,000........... 
per year. 
Vol. 7, page 304.  5th article treaty August 11, 1827.  1, 500 00 
Vol. 7, page 634.... 
Vol. 7, pages 99, 
213, und 236. 
Vol. 7, page 212... 
Vol. 11, pages 613 
and 614. 
Vol. 7, pages 36, 
69, anfI 287. 
Two instalments yet to be appro-........... 
priated. 
2d article treaty November 16, ........... 
1805,$3,000; 13th article treaty 
October 18, 1820, $600; 2d ar- 
ticle treaty Jan.20, 1825,$6,000. 
6th article treaty October 18, 1820,........... 
and 9th article treaty January 
20, 1825, say $920. 
Five per cent. for educational........... 
purposes 
4th article treaty  August, 1790;- ..... 
$1,500; 2d article treaty June 
16, 1802, $3,000;  4th  article 
trayJn Ar4,12,2000 
treat January 24, 1826, $20, 00o. 
Smith's shops, &c..........................Vol. 7, page 287... 8th article
treaty January 24, 
1826, say $1,110. 
Wheelwright, permanent .................... Vol. 7, page 287-..  8th article
treaty Jan. 1826, $600. 
Allowance during the pleasure of the Presi-  Vol. 7, pages 287  5th article
treaty February 14, 
dent.                                      a1d,419.          1833, and 8th
article treaty Jan- 
uary 24, 1826. 
Interest on $200,000 held in trust; 6th article  Vol. II, pages 701  Five
per centum for education.... 
treaty August 7, 1856.,                    ,rod 702. 
Life annuities, &c., two chiefs.................V(). 7, page 399 - -.
Treaties of 1818, 1829, and 1832.. 
Interest on $46,080, at 5 per centum ........... Vol. 7, page 327.... Resolution
of Senate Jan. 19, 1832. 
Ten instalments for support of schools; 8th  Vol. It, page 702. Two payments
of $3,000 each... 
article treaty August 7, 1856. 
Ten instalments for agricultural assistance; .... do .....--------Two payments
of $2,000. 
same article and treaty. 
Ten instalments for support of smiths and  ...do ..... ..    Two payments
of $2,200. 
shops; same article and treaty. 
Interest on $500,000, per 8th article treaty  .... do.............$25, 000
annuities-............. 
August 7, 1856. 
Interest on $57,000, being the balance, of  Vol, 7, page 568,  2d article
treaty October 19, 18:38, 
$157,000.                                  Jrd vol. 10, page  and 9th article
treaty May 17, 
1071.              1854. 
Interest on $200,000........................Vol. 9, page 842..  2d article
treaty Jan. 14, 1846... 
Interest on $100,000------------------------Vol. 10, page 1079.. 2d article
treaty May 18, 1854... 
Gradual payment on $200,000...................do-------------2d -article
treaty May 18, 1854; 
$152,000 heretofore appropri- 
ated; due. 
4,710 00 
200 00 
27,000 00 
8,480 00 
37,600 00 
6,000 00 
4,000 00 
............ 
3, 000 00 
9,600 00 
920 00 
25,000 00 
24,500 00 
.1,110 00 
600 00 
$60,000 00 
192,000 00 
18,400 00 
500,000 00 
490,000 00 
22,200 00 
12,000 00 
10, 000 00 1   200,000 00 
2,--304---00 
4,400 00........... 
.......... Ol25, 000  0 
............... 
48,)000 0 
46,080 00 
500,000 00 
2, 850 00      57, 000 00 
10, 000 00    200, 000 00 
5, 000 00    100, 000 00 
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