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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 192-193

Statement showing the present liabilities of the United States to Indian
tribes under treaty sti'pulation s-Continued. 
Names of treaties. 
Crows .............. 
Do ............. 
Do ............. 
Gros Ventres ...... 
lowas ............. 
Kansas.......... 
Kickapoos ....... 
Klamaths and MO- 
does. 
Do ............. 
Do ............. 
Do ............. 
Menomonees ....... 
Miamies of Kansas. 
Do ............ 
Miamies of Indiana. 
Miamies of Ee! 
River. 
Molels ............. 
Navajoes .......... 
Nez Perc6s ........ 
Do ............. 
)o  ............. 
Do  .......... ... 
Northern ('hey- 
ennes and A ,.apa- 
hoes. 
Do  ............. 
Do-........... 
Omahas ............ 
Do.......... 
Osages......... 
Do.......... 
Ottoes and Missou- 
rias. 
h3o ............ 
Pawnees .... 
Do ........... 
Do ........... 
Description of annuities, &c. 
For pay of physician carpenter, miller, en- 
gineer, farmer, and blacksmith. 
Twenty installments, for pay of teacher and 
for books and stationery. 
Blacksmith, iron and steel, and for seeds and 
agricultural implements. 
Amount to be expended in such goods, provis- 
ions, &c., as the President may from time to 
time determine as necessary. 
Interest on $57,500, being the balance on 
$157,500. 
erest on $200,000, at 5 per cent........... 
Interest on $93,581.09, at 5 per cent .... . 
Five installments of $3,000, third series, to be 
expended under the direction of the Presi- 
dent. 
Twenty installments, for repairing saw-mill, 
and -buildings for blacksmith, carpenter, 
wagon and plow maker, manual-labor school, 
andhospital. 
For tools and materials for saw and flour mills, 
carpenter's, blacksmith's, wagon and plow 
maker's shops, books and stationery for 
manual~labor school. 
Pay of superintendent of farming, farmer, 
blacksmith, sawyer, carpenter, and wagon 
and plow maker. 
Pay of physician, miller, and two teachers, for 
twenty years. 
Fifteen installments, to pay *242,686, for ces- 
sion of land. 
Permanent provision for smith's shops and 
miller, &c. 
Interest on $21,884.81, at the rate of 5 per cent., 
as per third article treaty of June 5,1854. 
interest on$221,257.86, at 5 per cent. per annum. 
Permanent annuities .......................... 
Number of installments yet unap- Reference tolaws, 
propriated, explanations, &c.  Statutes at Large. 
Treaty of May 7, 1868 ............ 
Ten installments, of $1,500 each, 
due. 
Estimated at................ 
Treaty not published (eighth ar- 
ticle, July 13, 1868). 
.... inta.llmen  .......... 
 ..r   ....  ........   . ....  .  ....... 
ne installment due .............. 
Vol. 15, p. 651, §9. 
Vol. 15, p. 651, §7. 
Vol. 15, p. 651, §8. 
Vol. 10, p. 1071, § 9 
Vol. 9, p. 842, § 2.. 
Vol. 10, p. 1079, § 2 
Vol. 16, p. 708, § 2. 
o 0w 
'a 
2, 000 00 
3.5, 000 .00 
Seven installments,of $1,000 each,  ..do 
due.                      * 
Six installments, of $1,500 each,   do 
due. 
One installment, of $6,000, due.... Vol. 16, p. 709, § 5. ... 
Six installments, of $3,600 each, 
due. 
One installment, of $16,179.06, due. 
Say $411.43 for shop and $262.62 
or miller. 
.......... ....... ..... ............. 
June  5, 1854 ...................... 
Fourth aticle treaty of 1795; third 
article treaty of 1805; third arti- 
cle treaty of 1809. 
Pay of teacher to manual-labor school, and   Treaty of December 21, 1855
...... 
subsistence of pupils, &c. 
Ten installments, for pay of teachers ......... One installment, of $2,000,
due..... 
Sixteen installments, for boarding and cloth- Two installments, of $2,000
each.. 
ing children who attend school, providing 
schools, &c., with necessary frniture, pur- 
chase of wagons, teams, tools, &c. 
Salary of two subordinate chiefs .............. Treaty of June 9, 1863.......
Fifteen installments, for repairs of houses,  Two installments, of $1,000"each,
mills, shops, &c.                            due. 
Salary of two matrons for schools, two assist-  Treaty of .Jutte 9, 1863............
ant teachers, farmer, carpenter, and two 
millers. 
Thirty installments, for purchase of clothing,  Nineteen installhn-ts, of
$12,000 
as per sixth article treaty May 10, 1868.    each, due. 
Ten installments, to be expended by the See. Nine installments, of $37,500
eaeh, 
retary of the Intorior, for UIdians engaged  due. 
in agricilture. 
Pay ot teacher, famer, carpenter, miller,   Estimated at................
blacksmith engineer, and p  y sicfan. 
Fifteen iostalmenuts, tbird set-ues, in nuouey  Three installments, of $20,000
or otherwise.                               -each, due. 
Twelve installueuls, thurtb series, in money  Twelve installments, fourth
se- 
or otherwise.                                ries, of $10,000 each, due.
Initrest on $69,120, at 5 per cent., for educa-  Resolution of the Senate
to treaty, 
tionaU porposes.                             January 2, 1825. 
Interest on $300,000, at 5 per cent., to be paid  Treaty of Septemler 29,
1865-.--- 
semi-annually, in money or such articles as 
the Secretary of the Interior may direct. 
Fifteen installments, third series, in money or  Threeinstallments, of $9,000
each, 
otherwise.                                   due. 
Twelve installments. last series, in money or  Twelve installments, of $5,000
otherwise.                                   each, due. 
Annuity goods, and such articles as may be   Treaty of September 24, 1857.
-.- 
necessary. 
Support of two manual-labor schools and pay  ...... do ...........................
of teachers. 
For iron and steel and other necessary articles  Estimated, for iron and
steel, $500; 
for shops, and pay of two blacksmiths, one   two blacksmiths, $1,200; and
of which is to be tin and gun smith, and     two strikers, $480. 
compensation of two strikers and appren- 
tices. 
-  - .  d o  -----------. 
Vol. 10, pp. 1065 
and 1067, § 5. 
Vol. 7, p. 191, § 5.. 
Vol. 10,p. 1094,§3. 
Vol. 10,p. 1099, §4. 
Vol. 7, p. 51, § 4; 
vol. 7, p. 91, § 3; 
vol. 7, p. 114, § 3; 
vol. 7, p. 116. 
Vol. 12, p. 982, § 2. 
Vol. 15, p. 668, § 6. 
Vol 14, p. 649, §4. 
Vol. 14, p. 650, § 5 
Vol. 14, p. 649, 5. 
Vol. 14, p. 650, § 5 
Vol. 15,1). 657, § 6 
Vol. 13, p.658, § 7. 
Vol. 10,p. 1044, §4. 
...  do  ........... 
Vol. 7, p. 242, § 6 
Vol. 14, p. 687, §1. 
Vol. 10, P. 1039,§4. 
...  do  ........... 
Vol. 11, p. 729, § 2. 
Vol. 11, p. 729, §3. 
Vol. 11, p. 729, § 4. 
3,000 00 
.C,.o c.z w 
a ,  ,', 
$15, 000 0 
3, 000 00 
- - - - - - - 
..... .. .. 
a... -' .. 
$2, 875 00 
10, 000 00 
4, 679 05 
7,000 00....................... 
9,000  00  ......................... 
6,000  00  ......................... 
21, 600 00....................... 
16,179 06....................... 
674 05 
1,094 24 
11,062 89 
1,100 00 
2,000  00  ............ 
4,000 00-............ 
1,000 00............. 
............      2,000 00 
3,500 00.............. 
228, 000 00 
337, 500 00........... 
6,00000  -- ----------- 
....  ..  -    60,000  00 
-    -   --.. 120,000 00 
.............  27,000  00 
60,000 00 
. .. .. . . ......  ........ 
10,000 00 . 
2,180 00............. 
3, 456 00 
15,000 00 
30,000 00 
"'.a 
..... .. ,,A. 
3 , 58-1 09 
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0 094~ 
--a- -- -- -- 
.. a.... .... . 
$ 57, 500 00 
200, 000 00 
93, 581 09 
t4 
1- 
004 
4- 
13,481 00 
21,884 81 
221,257 86 
22,000 00 
.... .. .... . . 
... .. ... .   z 
.... .. .... . . 
...... . .... . 
- - - - - - - - - - - - 
69, 120 00 
300,1000 00 
- - - - - - - 
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