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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 194-195

Names of treaties. 
Pawnees ........... 
Poneas ............. 
Do o.... ......... 
Pottawatomies. ... 
Do.--- -.-- 
Do .............. 
Do 
Do         . 
D o  ............. 
Do       o 
Do  ............ 
Do.. 
Pottawatomies    of 
Huron. 
Quapaws ........... 
Sacs and Foxes of 
Mississippi. 
Do ............. 
Do .......... 
Sacs and Foxes of 
i.souri. 
Do ............ 
Seminnle.as  .. . - 
Do......... 
Doecs... ........ 
Senecas.dShw 
Do.. 
Senecas of NewYork 
Shawee...... .... 
Do........... 
Senecas and Shaw- 
nees. 
Do. . ........ 
Shawnees.... 
Do. ........ 
Shoshones, western 
band. 
Shoshones north- 
western band. 
Shoshones, Goship 
band. 
Shoshones and Ban- 
nacks: 
Shoshones ....... 
Do ............ 
Do........ 
Do......... 
Bannacks........ 
Do ............. 
Six Nations of New 
York. 
Sioux, Sisseton, and 
Wahpeton of 
Lake Traverse 
and Devil's Lake. 
Sioux of different 
tribes. includinir 
Statement showing the present liabilities of the United States to Indian
tribes under treaty stipulations-Continued. 
Number of installments yet unap. Reference to laws,   .                -
propriated, explanations, &c.  Statutes at Large.    ;3 
Farming utensils and stock, pay of farmer,   EstimatedVol11,p.730,§4.
                          $4,400 00............... 
miller, and engineer, and compensation of 
apprentices, to assist in working in the mill, 
and keeping in repair grist and saw mill. 
Fifteen instalments, last series, to be paid to  Nine installments, of $8,000
each,  Vol. 12, p. 997, § 2............$72, 000 00 .... 
them or expended for their benefit          due. 
Amount to be expended duringfthezpleasure of  Treaty of March 12,1868-........
.Vol. 12, p. 998, § 2.  10, 000 00-............... 
the President for purposes of civilization. 
Permanent annuity in money ................. August 3, 1795 ....................
Vol. 7, p. 51, § 4 .......................... 
..... do  .......................................  September 30,1809 ...............
 Vol. 7, p. 114, §3. .. .... .............. 
..... do   -------------------------------October 2,1818 ...................
Vol. 7, p. 185, § 3..... ................ 
----- do ...................................... September 20, 1828 ................
Vol. 7, p. 317, § 2...... ............... 
. do ..................      .   ..July 29,1829..................Vol. 7,p.330,
§2....             ................ 
For educational purposes, during the pleasure  September 20,1828 ................
Vol. 7, p. 318, § 2..  5,000 00............... 
of the President. 
Permanent provision for three blacksmiths 
and assistants, iron and steel. 
Permanent provision for furnishing salt ..... 
Permanent provision for payment of money 
in lieu of tobacco, iron and steel. 
For interest on $230,064.20, at 5 per cent. 
Permanent annuities ....................... 
For education, smith, farmer, and smith-shop 
during the pleasure of the President. 
Permanent annuity ........................... 
Interest on $200,000, at 5 per cent........... 
Interest on $800,000, at 5 per cent ........... 
Interest on $157,400, at 5 per cent ............. 
For support of school.......     ............ 
Interest on $500,000, eighth article of treaty of 
August 7, 1856. 
Interest on $70,000, at 5 per cent............ 
Permanent annuity .......................... 
Smith and smith-shop and miller, permanent.. 
Permanent annuities .......................... 
Interest on $75,000, at 5 per cent .............. 
Interest on $43,050, transferred from the On- 
tario Bank to the'United States Treasury. 
Permanent annuity ........................... 
Support of smiths and smiths' shops...    .. 
Permanent annuity for education ............. 
Interest on $40,000, at 5 per cent-............ 
Twenty installments of $5,000 each, under the 
direction of the President. 
.do     ....................................... 
Twenty installments of $1,000 each, under di. 
rection of the President. 
For the purchase of clothing for men, women, 
and children, thirty installiments. 
For the purchase of such articles as may be 
considered proper by the Secretary of the 
Interior. 
For pay of physician carpenter, teacher, en- 
gineer, farmer and Llacksmith. 
Blackinith, and ftr iron and steel for shops 
For the purchase of clothing for men, women, 
and chilhren, thirty installments. 
Pay of physioian, carpenter, miller, teacher, 
engineer, farmer, and blaclksinith. 
Permnaneit anuuities in clothing, &c ........ 
Amount to be expended in such goods and 
other articles as the Presidentmay from time 
to time determine, $800,000 in ten install- 
ments, per agreement February 19, 1867. 
Purchase of clothing for men, women, and 
children. 
Santee Sioux-of 
Nebraska. 
Do ............. Blacksmith, and for iron and steel.......... 
Do ............. For such articles as may be considered neces- 
sary by the Secretary of the Interior for 
persons roaming, 
Do........... Physician, five teachers, carpenter, miller, 
engineer, farmer, and blacksmith. 
October 16, 1826; September 20,     Vol. 7, p. 296, § 3; 
1828; July 29, 1829.              Vol. 7, p. 318, §2; 
vol. 7, p. 321, §2. 
July 29, 1829..............        Vol 7, p. 320, §2.. 
September 20, 1828; June 5"and     Vol. 7, p. 318, §2; 
17, 1846.                          vol. 9, p. 855, §10. 
June 5 and 17,1846.............Vol. 9, p. 855, §7.. 
November 17,1808 ................ Vol. 7, p. 106, §2.. 
$1,000 for education, $1,060 for    Vol. 7, p. 425, §3.. 
smith, &c. 
Treaty of November 3,1804 ....... Vol. 7, p. 85, §3... 
Treaty of October 21, 1837 ........ Vol. 7, p. 541, §2.. 
Treaty of October 21, 1842 ........Vol. 7, p. 596, 2.. 
Treaty of October 21,1837 ........ Vol. 7, p. 543, 2.. 
Treaty of March 0, 1861 .......... 
$25,000 annual annuity ............ 
Support of schools, &e........... 
September 9 and 17,1817......... 
February 28, 1831 ................ 
February 19, 1841 ................. 
Act of June 27,1846.......... 
.......do  ........................... 
Treaty of September 17,1818.... 
Treaty of July 20, 1831. 
August 3,1795; September 29,1817. 
August 3,1795; May 10, 1854..... 
Four installments to be appropri 
ated. 
.......do  ........................... 
.do..... ..................... 
Vol. 12, p. 1172, 15 
Vol. 11, p. 702, §8 
Vol. 14, p. 757, §3. 
Vol. 7, p. 161, 4; 
vol. 7, p. 179, §4. 
Vol. 7, p. 349, §4.. 
Vol. 4, p. 442 ... 
Vol. 9, p. 35, § 2... 
Vol 9, p. 35, §3.. 
Vol. 7, p. 179, § 4 
Vol. 7, p. 352, § 4.. 
Vol. 7, p. 51, §4.. 
Vol. 10, p. 1056, § 3 
Vol. 18, p. 690, § 7 
Vol. 13, p. 663, § 3 
Vol. 13, p. 652, § 7 
Twenty installments due, esti- Vol. 15, p. 676, § 9 
mated at $11,500 each. 
One installment due, estimated...  ..do ........... 
Estimated ........................ 
...... do  ........................... 
Twenty installments due, esti- 
mated at $6,937 each. 
Estimated ....................... 
Treaty, November 11, 1794 ........ 
Three installments, of$80,000each, 
due. 
Vol. 15, p. 676, § 10 
Vol. 15, p. 676,§3 
Vol. 15, p. 676, § 9 
Vol. 15, p. 676, §10 
Vol. 7, p. 64, § 6... 
Revised Treaties, 
p. 1051, § 2. 
. . ....  ..  . ............. 
21060  0 .............. 
...-........ 
1, 060 00 
............ 
5, 000 00 
1,000 00 
5, 000 00 
............ 
Twenty installments, of $130,000 1Vol. 15, p. 638,§1 
each, due; estimated.        Vo.  5      . 63 ...10 .. 
Estimated ........................ 
Twenty installments, of $200,000 
each, due; estimated. 
Estimated ........................ 
200 0 
.............. 
.............. 
.............. 
..............I 
. . .. . . .. . . . . 
.. 2.., .  ....O 
4, 000 0 
$357 80 
178 90 
894 50 
715 60 
5724 77 
1, 008 99 
156 54 
107 34 
11, 503 21 
400 00 
1, 000 00 
10, 000 00 
40, 000 00 
7, 870 00 
3,1590 00 
1,000 00 
1, 660 00 
t;, 000 00 
3, 75  00 
2, 152 50 
1, 000 00 
3, 000 00 
2, 000 00 
ce 
ro 
$7,156 00 
3, 578 00 
17, 890 00 
14,1312 0   i 
114, 495 40 
20179 80 
3,130 80    P 
2,146 80 
230,0O64 20 
8, 000 00   " 
20, 000 00 
200, 000 0 
800, 000 0 
157,7400 0 
500, 000 0 
70, 000 00 
20, 000 00 
33, 200 00 
120, 000 00 
75, 000 00 
43, 050 00 
20, 000 00 
60, 000 00 
40, 000 00 
230, 000  00.. ......... .............. 
20,2000 00 ........... .............. 
.............. 
138,740 00 
240,2000 00 
............ 
4, 500 00 
90,000 00 
2, 600, 000 00..................... 
tTI 
H 
lii 
H 
....do ..........  2,00000..................................... 
....do ..   .... .....   .. ".o4,000,00000.................... 
10,400 00-..............      .................. 
SVol. 15, p. 638, § 13 
I, 


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