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Statement showing the present liabilities of the United States to Indian tribes, &c.—Continued.

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Twenty installments, for pay of toucher, and Fourteen installmente, of 83,000 for books and stationery.

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each, yet due. Do. Blacksmith, iron and steel, and for scods and Estimated

Vol. 15, p. 651, $ 8 3, 250 00
agricultural implements.
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For the purchase of such beneficial objects as Estimated

Vol. 15, p. 652, 9920, 000 00
the condition and necessities of the Indians

may require.
D'Wamish and oth. Twenty installments of $150,000, to be ex. Four installments to be appro. Vol. 12, p. 928, 96

er allied tribes in pended under the direction of the Presi. priated. Washington Ter- dent. ritory.

Twenty installments, for agricultural schools Four installinents, at $3,000 cach, Vol. 12, p.929, § 14 and teachers.

yet due. Do.

Twenty installments, for a smith and carpen. Four installmente, at $500 each, yet ....do ter, shop and tools.

due. Do.

Twenty installments, for blacksmith, carpen. Four installments, at $4,200 each, ter, farmer, and physician.

yet due. Flatheads and oth: Twenty installments, for agricultural and in. Four installments, at $2,100 each, Vol. 12, p. 977, 55

confederated dustrial school, providing necessary furnitribes.

tare, books, stationery, &c., and for the

employment of suitable instructors. Do.

Five installments, fourth series, for beneficial Three installments, of $3,000, cach, Vol. 12, p. 976, § 4

objects, under the direction of the Presi.

dent.
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Twenty installments, for two farmers, two Four installments, of $7,900 each, Vol. 12, p. 977, § 5
millers, blacksmith, gunsmith, tinsmith,

yet due.
carpenter and joiner, and wagon and plow
maker, $7,400; and keeping in repair black-
Nuith's, carpenter's, and wagon and plow

maker's shops, $500.
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Twepty installments, for keeping in repair Four installments, of $500 each, yet Vol. 12, p. 977, 55

flouring and saw will, and supplying the due.

necessary fixtures. Do.

Twenty installments, for pay of physician, Four installments, of $1,700 each, .do

$1,400; keeping in repair hospital, and for

medicine, $390. Twenty installments, for repairing buildings Four installments, of $300 each, yet

...do for various employós, &c.

due.
Twenty installments, for each of the head Four installments, of $1,500 each, ...do
chiets of the Flathead, Kootenay, and L'pper

yet due.
Pend d'Oreille tribes, at $500.
Gros Ventres Amount to be expended in such goods, provis. Treaty not published

35, 000 00
ions, &c., as the President may from time
to time determine as necessary, per eighth

article treaty of July 13, 1868.
Iowas
Interest on $57,000, being the balance on

Vol. 10, p. 1071,59
$157,500.
Kansas
Interest on $200,000, at 5 per centum.

Vol. 9, p. 842, § 2
Kickapoos
Interest on 393,521.09, at five per centum.

Vol. 10, p. 1079, 52
Klamaths and Mo- Five installments of $3,000, third series, to be Five installments, of $3,000 each, Vol. 16. p. 708,52
docs.
expended under the direction of the Presi.

yet due. dent.

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Statement showing the present liabilities of the United States to Indian tribes, &c.—Continued..

Description of annuities, &c.

Number of installments yet unap

propriated, explanations, &c.

Names of treaties.

Reference to

laws, 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 annui. ties incidentally necessary to effect the payment.

Amount of annual liabilities of

a permanent character.

Amount held in trust by the

United States on which five per centum is annually paid, and amounts which, invested at five per centum, produce permanent annuities.

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yet due,

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Klamaths and Mo- Twenty installments, for repairing saw-mill, Eleven installments, of$1,000 each, Vol. 16, p. 708, 92 docs.

and buildings for blacksmith, carpenter, yet due. wagon and plow maker, manual-labor school,

and hospital. Do.

For tools and materials for saw and flour Ten installments, of $1,500 each, ....do mills, carpenter's, blacksmith's, wagon and plow maker's shops, books and stationery

for manual-labor school. Do...

Pay of superintendent of farming, farmer, Five installments, of $6,000 each, Vol. 16, p. 709, 9 5

blacksmith, sawyer, carpenter, and wagon
and plow maker.
Pay of physician, miller, and two teachers Ten installments, of $3,600 each, ....do
for twenty years.

yet dne.
Makahs..

Ten installnients, being the fifth series, for Four installments, of $1,000 each, Vol. 12, p. 943, 5 5
beneficial objects, under the direction of the yet due.

President.
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Twenty installments, for agricultural and in Four installments, of $7,600 each, Vol. 12, p. 941, § 11
dustrial schools and teachers, and for smith,

yet due.
carpenter, farmer, and physician.
Munomonees. Fifteen installments, to pay $242,686 for ces. Five installments, of $16,179.06 Vol. 10, pp. 1065
sion of land.

each, yet due.

and 1067, 65.
Miamies of Kansas. Permanent provisions for smith's shops and Say $940 for shop and $600 for Vol. 7, p. 191, $ 5
miller, &c.

miller.
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Twenty installments upon $150,000, third Four installments, of 87,500 each, Vol. 10, p. 1094, 83

series, treaty June 5, 1854.
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Interest on 850,000, at the rate of five per

centum, as per third article treaty June 5, Miamies of Indiana Interest on $221,257.86, at five per centand per June 5, 185+.

Vol. 10, p. 1099,

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Miamies of Eel Permanent annuities

Fourth article treaty 1795; third River.

Vol. 7, p. 51, S4, article treaty 1705 ; third article vol. 7, p. 91, $ 3.

treaty 1809. Molels Pay of teacher to mannal·labor school, and Treaty Dec. 21, 1855..

Vol. 12, p. 982, 82 $3,000 00
subsistence of pupils, &c.
Mixed Shoshones, To be expended in such goods, provisions, Treaty Sept. 24, 1868.

20, 000 00
Bannacks, and &c., as the President may from time to time
Shoepeaters. determine as proper.
Navajoes

Ten installments, for such articles of cloth. Three installments, of $45.000 each. Vol. 15, p. 668, 98.

ing, or raw material in lieu thereof, seeds,
farming implements, &c., treaty June 1,

1868,
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Ten installments, for the purchase of such Four installments, of $30,470 each, ....do
articles as from time to time the condition

yet due. and necessities of the Indians may indicate

to be proper. Do Ten installments, for pay of teachers

Five installments, of $2,000 each, Vol. 15, p. 668, 5 6

yet due. Vez Percés

Five installments, last series, for beneficial | Four installments, of $4,000 each, Vol. 12, p. 985, 5 4 objects, at the discretion of the President.

yet due. Do

Twenty installments, for two schools, &c., pay Four installments, of $17, 200 each, ....do
of superintendent of teaching and two

yet due.
teachers, superintendent of farming and
two farmers, two millers, two blacksmiths,
two gunsmiths, tinner, carpenter, wagon
and plow maker, keeping in repair saw-mill
and grist-mill, for necessary tools, pay of
physician, repairing hospital, and furnish-
iug medicines. &c., repairing buildings for
employés and the shops for blacksmith,
tinginith, gunsmith, carpenter, wagon and
plow maker, providing tools therefor, and

pay of head chief.
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Sixteen installments, for boarding and cloth- Six installments, of $3,000 each, Vol. 14, p. 649, 54

ing children who attend school, providing
schools, &c., with necessary furniture, pur-

chase of wagons, teams, tools, &c.
Salary of two subordinate chiefs..

Treaty of June 9, 1863

Vol. 14, p. 650, 95

1,000 00
Fifteen installments, for repairs of houses, Six installments, of $3,500 each, Vol. 14, p. 649, $ 5
mills, shops, &c.

vet due.
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Salary of two matrons for scbools, two as- Treaty of June 9, 1863.

Vol. 14, p. 650, 95 7, 600 00
sistant teachers, farmer, carpenter, and two

millers.
Northern Chey- Thirty installments, for purchase of clothing, Twenty-three installments, of Vol. 15, p. 657,56 15, 000 00

ennes and Arapa- as per sixth article treaty May 10, 1808. $15,000 each, yet due.
hoes.
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Ten installments, to be expended by the Sec- Three installments to be appro-

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18, 000 00 retary of the Interior, for Indians roaming. priated. Do. Pay of teacher, carpenter, miller, farmer, Estimated

Vol. 15, p. 658, 57 6, 700 00 blacksmith, engineer, and physician. Omahas

Fifteen installments, third series, in money Seven installments, of $20,000 Vol. 10, p. 1044, $ 4 or otherwise.

each, yet due.

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yet due.

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Ten installments, for support of blacksmith. Two installments, of $300 each, Vol. 10, p. 1044,84
Omahas.

shop and supplying tools for the same. yet due.
Osages.
Interest on 869, 120, at 5 per centum per annum,

Resolution of the Senate to treaty, Vol. 7, p. 242, § 6
for educational purposes.

Jan. 2, 1825.
Interest on $300,000, at 5 per centum, to be Treaty of Sept. 29, 1865

Vol. 14, p. 687, 51
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paid semi-annually, in money or such arti-
cles as the Secretary of the Interior may

direct.
Ottoes and Missou. Fifteen installments, third series, in money or Seven installments yet due Vol. 10, p. 1039, 94
rias.

otherwise.
Annuity goods and such articles as may be Treaty of Sept. 24, 1857

Vol. 11, p. 729, 5 2
Pawnees.

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

Vol. 11, p. 730,93 $10, 000 00
of teachers.
For iron and steel and other necessary arti. Estimated for iron and steel, $500; ....do

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cles for shops, and pay of two blacksmiths, two blacksmiths, $1,200; and
one of which is to be tin and gun smith, and two strikers, 8480.
compensation of two strikers and appren.

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

Vol. 11, p. 730,5 4

4, 400 00
miller, and engineer, and compensation of
apprentices to assist in working the mill,

and keeping in repair grist and saw mill.
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Fifteen installments, third series, to be paid

to them or expended for their benefit Do... Amount to be expended during the pleasure

Thirteen installments, of $8,000 Vol. 12, p. 997, 52

each, yet due.
of the President for aid in agricultural and

Treaty of Mar, 12, 1868

Vol. 12, p. 998, 52

7,500 00 mechanical pursuits. Pottawatomien. Permanent annuity in money.

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