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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for the year 1883
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Statement showing the present liabilities of the United States to Indian tribes under treaty stipulations,   pp. 192-193-196-197 PDF (1.9 MB)


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STATEMENT showing the PRESENT LIABILITIES of the UNITED STATES to INDIAN
TRIBES under TREATY STIPULATIONS. 
Names of treaties. 
Description of annuities, &c. 
Number of installments yet unap- 
propriated, explanations, &c. 
Apaches, Kiowas,   Thirty installments, provided to be expended  Fourteen
installments, unappro- Vol. 15, p. 584, § 10 
and Comanches.     und'er the tenth article treaty of October 21,  priated,
at $30,000 each. 
1867. 
Do ............. Purchase of clothing .......................... Tenth article
treaty of October .... do ........... 
21, 1867. 
Do .............Pay of carpenter, farmer, blacksmith, miller,  Fourteenth
article treaty of Octo- Vol. 15, p. 585, § 14 
and engineer                               ber 21, 1867. 
Do...........Pay of physician and teacher.     .................do........................do........
Arickarees Gro s Amount to be expended in such goods, &c., as  Seventh
article treaty of July 27, Treaty not pub- 
Ventres, and Man-I the President may from time to time deter-  1866.    
                     lished. 
dans.              mine. 
Assinain ....          do.....     .............................. . do .......................
do........... 
Blackfeet, Bloods,...do .................................. Eighth article
treaty of Septem-. .do ....... 
and Piegans                                                 ber 1, 1868.
Cheyennes and Ar   Thirty installments, provided to be expended  Fourteen
installments, unappro- Vol. 15, p. 596, § 10 
apahoes.           under tenth article treaty ofOctober28, 1867. priated,
at $20,000 each. 
Do ............'IPurchase of clothing, same article .........  ...............................
.... do ... 
Do............Pay of physician, carpenter, farmer, black w..................................Vol.
15, p. 597, § 13 
smith, miller, engineer, and teacher. 
Chickasaw......Permanent annuity in goods ..............    ...............................
Vol 1, p. 619 
Chippewas, Boise   Twenty installments, for blacksmith, assist. Two installments,
at $1,500 each, Vol 14, p. 766, § 3. 
Forte band        ants, iron, tools, &c.                     unappropriated.
Do ............ Twenty installments, for schools, instructing  Two instalments,
at $1, 600 each, ..do .... 
Inadians in farming, and for the purchase of  unappropriated. 
seeds, tools, &c. 
Do............Twenty installments of annuity, in money, Annuity, $6,500,
goods, &c., $6,500; .....do........ 
goods, or other articles, provisions, ammu-  provisions, &c., $1,000;
two in- 
nition, and tobacco.                       stallments, unappropriated. 
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$15,000 00 
5,200 00 
2,500 00 
50,000 00 
30,000 00 
40,000 00 
14,1(00 00 
7,700 00 
...........     $420,000 00 
280,000 
.....3, 200.00 
3, 200 00 
............ 
............ 
............ 
............ 
$3,000 00 
............ 
............ 
.............. 
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
...... . . . . .... 
.............. 
.............. 
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............. 
.............. 
.............. 
.............. 
.............. 
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22,000 001......................... 
Chippewas of the    Ten installments in money, at $20,000 each, 
Mississippi.        third article treaty of February 22, 1855, 
and third article treaty of May 7,1864. 
Do.......... Forty-sixinstallments to be paidto the chiefs 
of the Mississippi Indians. 
-Chippewas, Pilla- Forty installments:     in money, $10,666.66; 
.  ger, and   Lake     goods, $8,000; and for purposes of utility, 
Winnebagoshish          $4,000. 
H    bands. 
Do ............. Ten installments, for purposes of education, 
per third article treaty of May 7,1864. 
ho.awsi..........Prosnsfornsits,.&c    ............... 
Do ............. Provisions for smiths, &c, ....... ,............. 
Do.......... 
Creeks ............. 
Do ............. 
Do ............. 
Do ............ 
Do ............ 
Do ............. 
Do ............. 
Do ............. 
Crows ............. 
Do ............ 
Do.... 
DO.......... 
Interest on $890,257.92, articles ten and thir- 
teen, treaty of January 22,1855. 
Permanent annuities .......................... 
.......do  ...................................... 
.......do  ....................................... 
Smiths, shops, &c............................. 
Wheel.right, permanent.................----.... 
Allowance, during the pleasure of the Presi. 
dent, for blacksmiths, assistants, shops and 
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 August 7,1856. 
Interest on $675,168 held in trust, third article 
treaty June 14,1866, to be expended under 
the direction of the Secretary of the Interior. 
For supplying male persons over fourteen 
years of age with a suit of good. substantial 
woolen clothing; females over twelve years 
of age a flannelskirt 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. 
For pay of physician, carpenter, miller, engi- 
neer, farmer, and blacksmith. 
Twenty installments, for pay of teacher and 
for books and stationery. 
Blacksmith, iron and stel, and for seeds and 
agricultural implements. 
One installment of $20,000 due.... 
Nine installments, of $1,000 eacl, 
due. 
Eleven installments, of $22,666.66 
each, due. 
One installment of $3,000 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, 
1820; ninth article treaty of 
January 20, 1825. 
Treaty of August 7,1790 .......... 
Treaty of June 16,1802 ............ 
Treaty of January 24,1826 ........ 
...... do  .......................... 
Treaty of January 24, 1826, and 
August 7, 1856. 
Treaty of February 14, 1833, and 
treaty of August 7,1856. 
Treaty of August 7,1856 .......... 
Expended under the direction of 
the Sacretary of the Interior. 
Treaty of May 7, 1868; fifteen 
installments'of $19,000 each, 
due, estimated. 
Treaty of May 7,1868............ 
Six installments, of $1,500 each, 
due. 
Estimated at.......... 
Vol. 13, p. 694, § 3.... 
Vol. 9, p. 904, § 3.......... 
Vol. 10, p. 1168, § .... . 
3; vol. 13, p.694, 
§3. 
Vol. 18, p. 694, § 3. 
Vol. 7, p. 99, 5 2; 
vol. 11, p. 614, § 
13; vol.7,p. 213, 
13  vol. 7, p. 
W8, § 2. 
Vol. 7, p. 212, 6; 
vol.7, p. 236, § 9: 
vol.7, p.614, §13. 
Vol. 11, p. 614, §11 
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. 
Vo.11,p. 700, § 6 
Vol. 14, p. 786, § 3 
Vol. 15, p. 651, § 9 
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270 00 
600 00 
1,000 00 
2,000 00 
Vol 15, p. 651, § 9  4,500 00 
Vol. 15,p. 651,§7......... 
Vol. 15, p. 651, § 8-  2,000 00 
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3,000 00 ......................... 
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92000 ............. 
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1,500 00 
3,000 00 
20,000 00 
1,110 00 
600 00 
10,000 00 
33,758 40 
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490,000 00 
22,200 00 
12,000 00 
200,000 00 
675,168 00 
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