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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 564-565

Description of annuities, stipulations, &c. 
Pay of miller for fifteen years................. 
Support of smith's shop twelve years  - 
Fifteen equal instalments to pay $242,686, to 
commence in 1867. 
Permanent provision for smith's shop, &c., 
and miller. 
Do ...........I Twenty instalments upon $200,600.......... 
Do ............ 
Do............ 
Eel River Miamies.. 
Navajo Indians.....- 
Nisqually, Puyallup, 
and other tribes 
and   bands  of 
Indians. 
Do........... 
Interest on $50,000, at 5 per centum ........... 
Interest on $221,257 86, in -trust............ 
Permanent annuities ......................... 
Presents to Indians------------------------ 
For payment of $32.500 in graduated pay- 
ments. 
Pay of instructor, smith, physician, carpenter, 
&c., twenty years. 
Reference to laws; 
Statutes at Large. 
Number of instalments yet unap- 
propriated, explanations, re- 
marks, &c. 
1~                                               *1 
Vol. 9, page 953, 
and vol. 10, page 
1065. 
...do  ............. 
Vol. 10, page 1065.. 
Vol. 7, pages 191 
and 464, and vol. 
10, page 1095. 
Vol. 10 page 1094.. 
_..do ............. 
Vol. 10,page 1099.. 
Vol. 7, pages 51,91, 
and 114. 
Vol. 9, page 975.... 
Vol. 10, page 1133. 
Vol. 10, page 1134.. 
3d article treaty May 12, 1854, 
$9,000; $6,000 heretofore appro- 
priated; due. 
Two instalments of $916 66 un- 
appropriated. 
4th article treaty May 12, 1854, 
and Senate's ameudmentthereto. 
5th article treaty Oct. 6, 1818; 5th 
article treaty Oct. 23, 1834; and 
4th article treaty June 5, 1854, 
say $940 for shop and $600 for 
miller. 
$150,0C0 of said sum payable in 
twenty instalments of $7,500 
each; fourteen of each unap- 
propriated. 
3d article treaty June 5, 1854; 
Senate's amendment. 
4th article treaty of 1854-......... 
4th article treaty 1795; 3d article 
treaty  1805; and   3d article 
treaty Sept. 1809, aggregate. 
10th article treaty Sept. 9, 1849... 
4th article treaty Dec. 26, 1854, 
still unappropriated. 
4th article treaty Dec. 26,1854, es- 
timated at $6,700 per year, nine 
instalments yet to be appropri- 
ated. 
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$5, 000 00 
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$3, 000 00 
1, 833. 32 
242, 686 00 
$1,540 00 
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$30,800 00 
105,000 00.............-------------- 
8,850 00 
60,300 00 
2,500 00 
11,062 89 
i, 100 09 
50,000 00 
221,257 86 
22,000 00 
Omahas ...........'Forty instalments, graduated, $840,000, ex- 
tending for forty years. 
Ottoes and Missou- Forty instalments, graduated, ($385,000,) ex- 
rias.              tedding through forty years. 
Osages-............Interest on $69,120, at 5 per cent; pamphlet 
copy 1st session 36th Congress. 
Ottawas of Kansas.. Permanent annuities, their proportion of ...... 
Ottawas and Chippe- Interest on $240,000, at 5 per cent........... 
was of Michigan. 
Do ............ Education, $5,000; missions, $3,000; medi- 
cines, $300, during the pleasure of Congress. 
Do............. Three blacksmiths, &c.; one gunsmith, &c. ; 
two farmers and    assistants, during the 
pleasure of the President. 
Do............$206,000 to be paid after ten years, in not less 
than four annual instalments. 
Do--------...Interest on $206,000 at 5 per centum ........... 
Pawnees ...........Agricultural implements during-the pleasure 
of the President. 
Do............. Five instalments in goods and such articles as 
may be necessary for them. 
Do ............ For the support of two manual labor schools.. 
Do ............For pay of two teachers................... 
Do............For purchase of iron and steel and other ne- 
cessaries for same during the pleasure of th6 
President. 
Do ............ For pay of two blacksmiths, one of whom to 
be a gunsmith and tinsmith. 
D--o ............For compensation of two strikers and appren- 
tices. 
Do ............Ten   instalments for farming utensils and 
stock. 
Do....-.......For pay of farmer ........................... 
Do ............ Ten instalments for pay of miller.......... 
Vol. 10, page 1044.. Eleven instalments paid, (see 4th 
article treaty March 16, 1854,) 
to be appropriated. 
Vol. 10, page 1039.. 4th article treaty March 15, 1854, 
eleven instalments paid, to be 
appropriated hereafter. 
Vol. 12, page51.... For educational purposes, Sen- 
ate's resolution Jan. 19, 1838. 
Vol. 7, pages 54,  4th article treaty August 13,1795; 
106, 176, 220.     4th and 5th articles treaty Sep- 
tmber 17, 1818; 4th article 
treaty August 29, 1821 ; and 2d 
article treaty Nov. 17, 1807. 
Vol. 7, page 497.... Resolution of. Senate May 19, 
1836, per year. 
Vol. 7, page 492.... See 4th article treaty March. 28, 
1836. 
Vol. 7, page 493.... See 7th article treaty March 28, 
1826, annually allowed since 
the expiration of the number of 
years named in treaty. Aggre- 
gate $6,440. 
Vol. 11, page 624 ... Treaty July 31, 1855............ 
...................  .................................. 
Vol. 7, page 488... See 4th article treaty Oct. 9, 1853.. 
Vol. 11, page 729  See 2d article treaty September 
24, 1857; first payment of an- 
nuities of a permanent charac- 
ter, being the second series. 
.. .do.............. 3d article treaty; annually, dur- 
ing the pleasure of the President. 
....do .............See 3d article treaty Sept. 24, 
1857; annual appropriations re- 
quired. 
.... do .............4th article treaty; annual appro- 
priation. * 
.... do ............. 4th article treaty; appropriation 
required. 
.,..do ............. 4th article treaty; annual appro- 
priation required. 
..do............. 4th article treaty; two appropri- 
ations remaining unpaid at the 
pleasure of the President. 
....................4th article treaty; annual appro- 
priation required. 
................ 4th article treaty; two appropri- 
ations remaining at the discre- 
tion of the President. 
No. 194.--Statement showing the present liabilities of the United States
to Indian tribes, &c'.-Continued. 
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Names of tribes, 
Menomonees. 
Do ............ 
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Miamies .......... 
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3,456 00 
2,600 00 
12,000 00 
10,300 00 
30,000 00 
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69,120 00 
52,000 00 
240,000 00 
206,000 00 
480,000 00 
221,000 00 
206,000 00 
2, 400 0 
1,440 0 
8,300 00 
6,440 00 
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1,000 00 
10,000 00 
1, 200 00 
500 00 
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480 00 
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