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Statement showing the present liabilities of the United States to Indian tribes under treaty stipulations—Continued.

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Annuity goods, and such articles as may be Treaty of September 24, 1857...... Vol. 11, p. 729, $ 2

necessary.
Support of two manual labor schools and pay ...... do

Vol. 11, p. 729, $3 $10,000 00
of teachers.
For iron and steel and other necessary articles Estimated, for iron and steel, $500; Vol. 11, p. 729, § 4 2, 180 00®

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, $180.
compensation of two strikers and appren.

tices.
Farming utensils and stock, pay of farmer, Estimated ..

Vol. 11, 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 installments. last series, to be paid to Eleven installments, of $8,000 each, Vol. 12, p. 997, § 2
them or expended for their benefit.

due.
Amount to be expended during the pleasure of Treaty of March 12, 1868.......... Vol. 12, p. 998, 52 10, 000 00

the President for purposes of civilization. Permanent annnity in money....

August 3, 1795.....

Vol. 7, p. 51, .do.....

September 30, 1809 ...

Vol. 7, p. 114, $ do.

October 2, 1818.

Vol. 7, p. 185, $3 ..do.

September 20, 1828

Vol. 7, p. 317,62 .....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 October 16, 1826; September 20, Vol. 7, p. 296, $ 3;
and assistants, iron and steel.

1828 ; July 29, 18:29.

vol. 7, p. 318,32

vol. 7, p. 321, 62. Permanent provision for furnishing salt...... July 29, 1829......

Vol. 7, p. 320, 32 Permanent provision for payment of money September 20, 1828; Jone 5 and Vol. 7, p. 318, 2; in lieu of tobacco, iron and steel.

17, 1846.

vol.9, p. 855, $10. For interest on $230,064.20, at 5 per cent...... June 5 and 17, 1848...

VOL. 9, p. 855, $7

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Statement showing the present liabilities of the United States to Indian tribes under treaty stipulations—Continued.

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Twenty installments, for agricultural and in. Two installments, of $7,100 each, Vol. 12, p. 934, 911 ............ 14, 200 00 ......... dustrial scbool, pay of teacher, blacksmith, due.

carpenter, physician, and farmer. Do.. Smith, carpenter-shop, and tools.....

....do ........

500 00 Tabequache band of Pay of blacksmith .

Estimated ........

Vol. 13, p.675, $10 720 00
Utes.
Tabequache, Yua For iron and steel and necessary tools for ......do ....

Vol. 15, p. 621, $ 9. 220 00 .....
che, Capote, Wee. blacksmith-shop.
minuche, Yampa,
Grand River, and
Uintah bands of
Utes.
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Two carpenters, two millers, two farmers, one

Vol. 15, p. 622; $ 157, 800 00
blacksmith, and two teachers.
Do....
Thirty installments of $30,000 each, to be ex. Twenty-one installments, each Vol. 15, p. 622, § 11

630, 000 00
pended under the direction of the Secretary $30,003, due.

of the Interior, for clothing, blankets, &c.
Do..
Annual amount to be expended under the di.

Vol.15, p. 622, § 12 30,000 00
rection of the Secretary of the Interior, in
supplying said Indians with beef, mutton,

wheat, flour, beans, &c.
Walla Walla,.Cay. Five installments, last series, to be expended Two installments, of $2,000 each, Vol. 12, p. 946, 52.

4,000 00
use, and Umatil. under the direction of the President.

due.
la tribes.
Do ..
Twenty installments, for pay of two millers, Two installments, of $9,000 each, Vol. 12, p. 947, § 4

18,000 00
farmer, superintendent of farming opera due.
tions, two teachers, physician, blacksmith,
wagon and plow maker, carpenter and joiper.
Twenty installments, for mill-fixtures, too!s, Two installments, of $3,000 each, ....do .........

6, COO 00
medicines, books, stationery, furniture, &c. due.
Do...... Twenty installments, of $1,500 each, for pay Two installments, of $1,500 each, Vol. 19, p. 947, 95 ........ 3,000 00.

of head chiefs, three in number, at $500 each due.

per annum.
Winnebagoes ...... Interest on 8804,909.17, at 5 per cent. per an. November 1, 1937, and Sepate Vol. 7, p. 546,4;

40, 245 45
num.

amendment, July 17, 1862.

vol. 12, p. 628, 34.
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Interest on $78,340.41, at 5 per cent. per an- July 15, 1870 ......

Vol. 16, p. 355, 51

3,917 02
num, to be expended under the direction of

the Secretary of the Interior.
Walpahpe tribe of Ten installments, second series, under the di Four installments, of $1,200 each, Vol. 14, p. 684, 37.

4, 800 00
Snakeg.
rection of the President.

due.
Yankton tribe of Ten installments of $40,000 each, being second One installment due ......... Vol. 11, p. 744, $ 4.

40,000 00
Sioux.

series, to be paid to them, or expended for

their benefit.
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Ten installments, of $25,000 each, third se Ten installments, of DO each, ... do ...

250, 000 00
ries, to be paid to them, or expended for due.

their benefit.
Do...
Twenty installments, of $15,000 each, fourth Twenty installments, of $15,000 ....do

300, 000 00 series, to be paid to them, or expended for each, due.

their benefit. Yakamas Twenty installments, for beneficial objects, Two installments, last series, of Vol. 12, p. 953, 34

8, 000 00 under the direction of the President.

$4,000 each, due,

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Statement showing the present liabilities of the United States to Indian tribes under treaty stipulations—Continued.

Names of treaties.

Description of appuities, &c.

Number of installments yet unap. Reference to laws,

propriated, explanations, &c. Statutes at Large.

Annual amount necessary to meet stipulations, indefinite as to time, now allowed, but liable to be discontinued.

Aggregate of future appropri.

ations that will be required during a limited number of years to pay limited appui. ties incidentally necessary to effect the payment.

Amount of annual liabilities of

a permanent character.

Amount beld in trust by the

United States on which 5 per cent. is annually paid, and amounts which, invested at 5 per cent., produce permanent appuities.

Yakamas..

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Twenty installments, for two schools, one of

which is to be an agricultural and industrial
school, keeping the same in repair, and pro-

viding books, stationery, and furniture.
Twenty installments, for snperintendent of
teaching, two teachers, superintendent of
farming, two farmers, two millers, two
blacksmiths, tinner, gunsmith, carpenter,
and wagon and plow maker.
Twenty installments, for keeping in repair

hospital, and furnishing medicine, &c., pay
of physician, repair of grist-mill and saw.
mill, and furnishing the necessary tools.
Twenty installments, for keeping in repair

buildings for employés.
Salary of head chief for twenty years........
Twenty installments, for keeping in repair

the blacksmith's, tinsmith's, gunsmith's,
carpenter's, and wagon and plow maker's
shops, and furnishing tools.

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