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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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STATEMEVT showing the PRESENT LIABILITIES of the UNITED STATES to INDIAN
TRIBES under TREATY STIPULATIONS-Coutinued. 
Crows............ 
Gros Ventres ...... 
Iowas........... 
Kansas ............ 
Kickapoos ....... 
Klamaths and Mo- 
does. 
Do ............. 
Do............. 
Miamies of Kansas. 
Do ............. 
Miamies of Eel 
River. 
Twenty-five installments, of $30,000 each, in 
cash or otherwise, under the direction of 
the President. 
Amounts to be expended in such goods, pro- 
visions, &c., as the President may from time 
to time determine as necessary. 
Interest on $57,500, being the balance on 
$157,500. 
Interest on $200,000, at 5 per cent ............. 
Interest on $93,581.09, at 5 per cent-....... 
Twenty installments, for repairing saw-mill, 
and buildings for blacksmith carpenter, 
wagon and plow maker, manual-labor school, 
and hospital. 
For tools and materials for saw and flour mills 
carpenters, blacksmith's, wagon and plow 
makers' shops, books, and stationery for 
manual-labor school. 
Pay of physician, miller, and two teachers, for 
twenty years. 
Permanent provision for smith's shops and 
miller, &c. 
Interest on $21,884.81, at the rate of 5per cent., 
as per third article treaty of June 5,1854. 
Permanent annuities......................... 
Molels ............ Pay of teacher to manual-labor school, and 
subsistence of pupils, &c. 
Twenty-three installments, of 
$30,000 each, due. 
Treaty not published (eighth ar- 
ticle, July 13, 1868). 
............ ....................... 
Three installments, of $1,000 each, 
due. 
Two installments, of $1,500 each, 
due. 
Two installments, of $3,600 each, 
due. 
Say $411.43 for shop and $262.62 
for miller. 
Fourth article treaty of 1795; 
third article treaty of 1805; 
third article treaty of 1809. 
Treaty of December 21,1855 ...... 
Act of April 11, 
1882. 
-.................. $35,000  00 1.............. ............I..............
Vol. 10, p. 1071, § 9 
Vol 9, p. 842, § 2.. 
Vol. 10, p. 1079, § 2 
Vol. 16, p. 708, § 2. 
............ 1  $690, 000  00 
.... ... ---- 3,000-00 
$2, 875 00 
10, 000 00 
4, 679 05 
$57, 500 00 
200,000 00 
93, 581 09 
3,000 00 ------------.............. 
Vol. 16, p. 709, § 5.............  7,200 00-..................... 
Vol. 7, p. 191, § 5---------------------674 05           13,481 00 
Vol. 10, p. 1094, § 3 
Vol. 7, p. 51, § 4; 
vol. 7, p. 91, § 3; 
vol. 7, p. 114, § 3; 
vol. 7, p. 116. 
Vol. 12, p. 982, § 2. 
3,000 00 
1, 094 24 
1,100 00 
4 
H 
H 
C 
z 
H 
21, 884 81 
22, 000 00 
Nez Perc6s ........ 
Northern C h e y- 
ennesandArapa. 
hoes. 
Do ............. 
Do ............. 
Omahas ............ 
0sages ............. 
Do ............. 
Otoes and Missou- 
rias. 
Pawnees-........... 
Do ............. 
Do ............. 
Do ............. 
Poncas............ 
Do.......... 
Pottawatomies-.... 
Do ............. . 
Do ............. . 
Do .............. 
Do......... 
Do ............ 
Do ............. 
Do ............. 
Do ............. 
Do ............. 
Salary of two matrons for schools, two assist- 
ant teachers, farmer, carpenter, and two 
millers. 
Thirty installments, for purchase of clothing, 
as per sixth article of treaty May 10, 1868. 
Ten installments, to be expended by the Sec- 
retary of the Interior, for Indians engaged 
in agriculture. 
Pay of teacher, farmer, carpenter, miller, 
blacksmith, engineer, and physician. 
Twelve installments, fourth series, in money 
or otherwise. 
Interest on $69,120, at 5 per cent., for educa- 
tional purposes. 
Interest on $300,000, at 5 per cent., to be paid 
semi-annually, in money or such articles as 
the Secretary of the Interior may direct. 
Twelve installments, last series, in money or 
otherwise. 
Annuity goods, and such articles as may be 
necessary. 
Support of two manual-labor schools and pay 
ot teachers. 
For iron and steel and other necessary articles 
for shops, and pay of two blacksmiths, one 
of whom is to be tin and gun smith, and 
compensation of two strikers and appren- 
tices. 
Farming utensils and stock, pay of farmer, 
miller, and engineer, and compensation of 
apprentices, to assist in working in the mill 
and keeping in repair grist and saw mill. 
Fifteen installments, last series, to be paid to 
them or expended for their benefit. 
Amount to be expended durng the pleasure of 
the President for purposes of civilization. 
Permanent annuity in money................. 
...... do  ....................................... 
------ do  ...................................... 
...... do  ..................  .................... 
...... do  ........... 
For educational purposes, during the pleasure 
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. 
Treaty of June 9, 1863......... 
Fifteen installments, of $12,000 
each, due. 
Five installments, of $37,500 each, 
due. 
Estimated at .................... 
Eleven installments, fourth series, 
of $10,000 each, due. 
Resolution of the Senate to treaty, 
January 2, 1825. 
Treaty of September 29, 1865..... 
Vol. 14, p. 650,§ 5.  3,500 00- --..............I....------ 
Vol. 15, p.-657, § 6-.......... 
Vol. 15, p. 658, § 7- 
Vol. 10, p. 1044, § 4 
Vol. 7, p. 242, § 6.. 
Vol. 14, p. 687, § 1. 
180, 000 00  .......................... 
187, 500 00 .......................... 
6,000 00............ 
.......... ..  110, 000 00 
Eleven   installments, of $5,000   Vol. 10, p. 1039, § 4 
each, due. 
Treaty of September 24, 1857 .... Vol. 11, p. 729, § 2- 
do-...........................Vol. 11, p. 729,§3. 
Estimated, for iron and steel, $500;  Vol.11, p. 729, §4 
two blacksmiths, $1,200; and 
two stilkers, $480. 
Estimated........................Vol. 11, p. 730, §4- 
Five installments, of $8,000 each,  Vol. 12, p. 997, §2 ...... 
due. 
Treaty of March 12, 1868-........ Vol. 12, p. 998, §2.  10, 000 00 
August 3, 1795.............. 
September 30, 1809 ................ 
October 2, 1818 ................... 
September 20, 1828............ 
July  29, 1829...................... 
September 20,1828 ................ 
October 16, 1826; September 20, 
1828; July-29, 1829. 
July 29, 1829 .................... 
September 20, 1828; June 5 and 
17, 1846. 
June 5 and 17, 1846 ............... 
Vol. 7,p. 51, § 4 -- 
Vol. 7,p.l114, § 3. 
Vol 7, p. 185, 3.. 
Vol. 7, p. 317. 2.. 
Vol. 7, p. 330, § 2. 
Vol. 7, p. 318, §2. 
Vol 7, p. 296,:§3; 
Vol. 7, p. 318, 2; 
voL 7, p. 321,§2. 
Vol. 7, p. 320, 2_. 
Vo. 7, p: 318,  2; 
vol. 9,  855,10. 
Vol. 9, p. 855, 7.. 
............ 
------------ 
............ 
............ 
5,000 00 
55, 000 00 
3, 456 00 
15, 000 00 
69,120 00_ 
300, 000 00Z 
30, 000 00........... 
W4 
10, 000 00 
2,18000 
4,400 00 .......----------... 
40,000000 -     --........................ 
..............   35780 
. ..17890 
89450 
71560 
5,72477 
. . . . .. ..  . . . . . 
..............  1,008  99 
15654 
..............   10734 
....---11, 503 21 
7, 156 00 
3, 578 00 
17, 890 00 
14,312 00 
114, 495 40 
20,179 80 
3,130 80 
2,146 80 
230, 064 20 


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