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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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S1ATEMENT showing the PRESENT LIABILITIES of the UNITED STA TESIto INDIAN
TRIBES under TREATY STIP ULATIONS-Coutinued. , 
Names of treaties. 
PottAowatomies of 
!t unron. 
Quapaws .......... 
Sacs and Foxes of 
Mississippi. 
Do ............. 
Do ............ 
Sacs md Foxes of 
Missouri. 
1)o........ 
Do ............ 
Senecas ............ 
1)o ............. 
Senecas of New 
York. 
Do ......... 
Do ............. 
Senecas and Shaw- 
nees. 
Do......... 
Shawnees .......... 
Do ............. 
Shoshones and Ban- 
nacks: 
Shoshones ..... 
Do ............. 
Do ............. 
Bannacks.... 
Do ............. 
Six Nations of New 
York. 
Sioux of different 
tribes, including 
Santee Sioux of 
Nebraska. 
Do-........... 
Do ............. 
Do ............. 
Do  ............. 
Tabequache band 
of Utes. 
Tabequache, Mua- 
dhe, Capote, Wee- 
minnche,Yampa, 
Grand River, and 
Uintah bands of 
Utes. 
Do-........... 
Do-........... 
Do ............. 
Winnebagoes-.--- 
Do ............. 
Yankton tribe of 
Sioux. 
Do........ 
Description of annuities, &c. 
Permanent annuities....... 
For education, smith, farmer, and smith-shop 
during the pleasure of the President. 
Permanent annuity ........................... 
Interest on $200,000, at 5 pex cent......... 
Interest on $800,000, at 5 per cent ............. 
Interest on $157,400, at 5 per cent ............. 
For support of school ....................... 
Int-rest 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 smith and smith's shops ........... 
Permanent annuity for education ............. 
Interest on $40,000, at 5 per cent-............ 
Number of installments yet unap- Reference to laws, 
propriated, explanations, &c. St atutes atLarge. 
November 17, 1808 ................ 
$1,000 for education, $1,060 for 
smith, &C. 
Treaty of November 3, 1804 ...... 
Treaty of October 21, 1837 ........ 
Tieaty of October 21, 1842 ........ 
Treaty of October 21, 1837 ....... 
Treaty of March 6, 1861 .......... 
$25,000 annual annuity ............ 
Support of schools, &c ........... 
Septembet 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..... 
Vol, 7, p. 106, § 2.. 
Vol 7, p. 425, §3.. 
Vol. 7, p. 85, § 3 ... 
Vol. 7, p. 541,§ 2.. 
Vol. 7, p. 596,§ 2.. 
Vol. 7, p. 543,§ 2.. 
Vol 12, p. 1172 § 5 
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 
For the purchase of clothing for men, women,  Sixteen installments due, esti-
Vol. 15, p. 676, § 9. 184, 000 00 
and children, thirty installments.           mated at $11,500 each. 
For pay of physician, carpenter, teacher, en. 
gineer, farmer, and blacksmith. 
Blacksmith, and for iron and steel for shops.. 
For the purchase of clothing for men, women, 
and children, thirty installments. 
Pay of physician, carpenter, miller, teacher, 
engineer, farmer, and blacksmith. 
Permanent annuities in clothing, &c ......... 
Purchase of clothing for men, women, and 
children. 
Blacksmith, and for iron and steel .......... 
For such articles as may be considered neces. 
sary by the Secretary of the Interior for 
persons roaming. 
Physician, five teachers, carpenter, miller, 
engineer, farmer, and blacksmith. 
Purchase of rations, &c., as per article 5, 
agreement of September 26, 1876. 
Pay of blacksmith-..........    --................ 
For iron and steel and necessary tools for 
blacksmith shop. 
Two carpenters, two millers, two farmers, one 
blacksmith, and two teachers. 
Thirty installments, of $30,000 each, to be ex. 
pended under the direction of the Secretary 
of the Interior, for clothing, blankets, &c. 
Annual amount to be expended under the 
direction of the Secretary of the Interior, in 
supplying said Indians with beef, mutton, 
wheat, flour, beans, &c. 
Interest on $804,909.17, at 5 per cent. per an- 
num. 
Interest on $78,340.41, at 5 per cent. per annum, 
to be expended under the direction of the 
Secretary of the Interior. 
Ten installments, of $25,000 each, being third 
series, to be paid to them, or expended for 
their benefit. 
Twenty installments, of $15,000 each, fourth 
series, to be paid to them, or expended for 
their benefit. 
Estimated ........................ 
.......do ........................... 
Sixteen installments due, esti- 
mated at $6,937 eacb. 
Estimated ........................ 
Treaty, November 11, 1794 ....... 
Sixteen installments, of $130,000 
each, due; estimated. 
Vol. 15, p. 676, § 10',  5, 000 00 
Vol. 15, p. 676, § 3- 1,000 00 
Vol. 1.5, p. 676, 9.......... 
Vol. 15, p. 676, § 10; 5, 000 00 
Vol. 7, p. 64, §6-............. 
Vol. 15, p. 638, § 10i........... 
Estimated........................do............2, 000 00 
Sixteen installments, of $200,000 ....do..................... 
each, due; estimated. 
Estimated ........................ Vol. 15, p. 638, § 13  10, 400 00
...... do ........................... Vol. 19, p. 256, § 5. 1,100,000
 00 
...... do ...........................Vol. 13, p. 675,  10  720 00 
------ do ...........................IVol. 15, p. 627, § 9.  220  00
.......do ........................... 
Fifteen installments, each $30,000, 
due. 
Vol. 15, p. 622, § 15 
Vol. 15, p. 622, § 11 
Vol. 15, p. 622, § 12 
November 1, 1837, and Senate Vol. 7, p. 546, § 4; 
amendment, July 17, 1862.         vol. 12, p. 628, § 4. 
July 15, 1870 ..................... Vol. 16, p. 355, § 1 
Five installments due, of $25,000   Vol. 11, p. 744,§4. 
each. 
Twenty installments, of $15,000     ...do ........... 
each, due. 
110,1992  0 -- ---- 
..................... 
..............   4,500  00 
2, 080, 000 00.......... 
3,200,000-00  . ........... 
7,800 00............ 
............ 450, 000 00 
30, 000 00........... 
. .... ....... ........... 
............ i.............. 
...........    125, 000  00 
300, 000 00 
1,420,150 00  9,029,225 26 
40,245 45 
3, 917 02 
Total .    .2......5.......................................... 
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$2, 060 00 
200 00 
1, 060 0 
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....  ... ..  -4 
804, 909 17 
78, 340 41 
0 
0ce 
$400 00 
1,000 00 
10,000 00 
40,000 00 
7, 870 00 
25, 000 00 
3 500 00 
1,000 00 
1,660 00 
6,000 00 
3,750 00 
2,152 50 
1, 000 00 
2,000 00 
0 0 
+D  0,000 P, 
$8, 000 00 
20, 000 00 
200,000 00 
800,000 00 
157,400 00 
70, 000 00 
20,000 00 
33, 200 00 
120, 0o00 0 
75,000 00 
43, 050 00 
20,000 00 
60, 000. 00 
40,000 00 
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