establishing themselves in their new country, per eighth article treaty seventh August, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, and Senate's amendment Post, p. 702. thereto, ninety thousand dollars. For the first of ten instalments for the support of schools, per eighth article treaty seventh August, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, three thousand dollars. For the first of ten instalments for agricultural assistance, per eighth article treaty seventh August, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, two thousand dollars. For the first of ten instalments for the support of smiths and smiths' shops, per eighth article treaty seventh August, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, two thousand two hundred dollars. For five per centum interest on two hundred and fifty thousand dollars, to be paid as annuity, per eighth article treaty seventh August, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, twelve thousand five hundred dollars. For the expenses of the removal of the Seminoles in Florida, to the Seminole country west of the Mississippi, and their subsistence during removal, and for twelve months after their arrival at their new homes, and for the purchase of rifle guns, blankets, powder and lead, hunting shirts, shoes, strouding, tobacco, and clothing, per ninth article treaty seventh August, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, one hundred and twenty thousand (dollars.] For expenses of making improvements for those now east of the Mississippi after their removal west, per ninth article treaty seventh August, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, twenty thousand dollars. For the purchase of ploughs, and other agricultural implements, axes, seeds, looms, cards, and wheels, for the Seminole nation, per ninth article treaty seventh August, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, three thousand dollars. For compensation and traveling expenses of a delegation of the Seminoles and Creeks from their country to.Florida, whilst there, and returning, per tenth article treaty seventh August, eighteen hundred and fiftysix, fifty thousand dollars. For payment to Foc-te-lusti Harjo, or Black Dirt, for services as chief of the friendly band of Seminole warriors, who fought for the United States during the Florida war, per eleventh article treaty seventh August, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, four hundred dollars. For expenses of surveying, defining, and marking such portions of the boundaries of the Creek and Seminole countries as do not consist of welldefined natural boundaries, and compensation and expenses of Indian commissioners, per twenty-first article treaty seventh August, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, ten thousand dollars. For the travelling and other expenses of the members of the Creek and Seminole delegations (including the agents and the interpreter for the latter) in coming to Washington, remaining, and returning home, per twenty-third article treaty seventh August, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, eleven thousand dollars : Provided, That all moneys appropriated for ful- Proviso. filling treaties with or concerning the Florida Indians, or Seminoles, shall be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior. Iowas.--For interest in lieu of investment on fifty-seven thousand five lowas. hundred dollars, to the first July, eighteen hundred and fifty-eight, at five per centum, for education or other beneficial purposes, under the direction Vol. vii. p. 568. of the President, per second article treaty nineteenth October, eighteen Vol. x. p. 1071. hundred and thirty-eight, and ninth article treaty seventeenth May, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, two thousand eight hundred and seventy-five dollars. Kansas.-For interest in lieu of investment on two hundred thousand Kansas. dollars at five per centum, per second article treaty fourteenth January, eighteen hundred and forty-six, ten thousand dollars. vol. ix. p. 842. Kaskaskias, Kaskaskias, Peorias, Weas, and Piankeshaws.For first of three instaland Piankeshaws ments of nine thousand dollars for the years eighteen hundred and fifty seven, eighteen hundred and fifty-eight, and eighteen hundred and fiftyVol. X. p. 1083. nine, per sixth article treaty thirtieth May, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, nine thousand dollars. For fourth of five instalments for support of blacksmith and assistant, per sixth article treaty thirtieth May, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, seven hundred and twenty dollars. For fourth of five instalments for purchase of iron and steel, per sixth article treaty thirtieth May, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, two hundred and twenty dollars. Kickapoos. Kickapoos.—For fourth instalment of interest, at five per centum, on Vol. x. p. 1078. one hundred thousand dollars, for education, per second article treaty eighteenth May, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, five thousand dollars. For the payment of this sum as the fourth instalment upon two hundred thousand dollars, to be paid in eighteen hundred and fifty-seven, per second article treaty eighteenth May, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, four teen thousand dollars. Menomonies. Menomonies.—For payment for two townships of land for Stockbridges and Munsees, at sixty cents per acre, to promote improvement of MenomVol. x. p. 1064. onies, as deemed advisable by the President, per third article treaty twelfth May, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, and first and second articles treaty Post, p. 176. eleventh February, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, twenty-seven thousand six hundred and forty eight dollars. For second of twelve instalnients for continuing and keeping up a blacksmith shop and providing the usual quantity of iron and steel, per Vol. ix. p. 952. fourth article treaty eighteenth October, eighteen hundred and forty-eight, Vol. x. p. 1064. and third article treaty twelfth May, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, nine hundred and sixteen dollars and sixty-six cents. For second of ten instalments of annuity upon two hundred thousand dollars, balance of three hundred and fifty thousand dollars for cession of lands, per fourth article treaty eighteenth October, eighteen hundred and forty-eight, and third article treaty twelfth May, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, twenty thousand dollars. Miamies of Miamies of Kansas.-For permanent provision for blacksmith and assistant, and iron and steel for shop, per fifth article treaty sixth OctoVol. vii. ber, eighteen hundred and eighteen, and fourth article treaty fifth June, Vol. x. p. 1093. eighteen hundred and fifty-four, nine hundred and forty dollars. For permanent provision for miller, in lieu of gunsmith, per fifth article treaty sixth October, eighteen hundred and eighteen, fifth article treaty Vol. vii. pp. 458, twenty-third October, eighteen hundred and thirty-four, and fourth article treaty fifth June, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, six hundred dollars. For their proportion of seventeenth of twenty instalments in money, V 1. vii. p. 583. per second article treaty twenty-eighth November, eighteen hundred and forty, and fourth article treaty fifth June, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, six thousand eight hundred and sixty-three dollars and sixty-four cents. For interest on fifty thousand dollars, at five per centum, for educational purposes, per third article treaty fifth June, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, two thousand five hundred dollars. For fourth of six equal annual instalments to Miamies residing on ceded lands, for purchase of former perpetual and other annuities and relinquishment of claims, per fourth article treaty fifth June, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, thirty-one thousand seven hundred and thirty-nine dollars and Miamies of eleven cents. Indiana. Miamies of Indiana.—For their proportion of seventeenth of twenty inVol. vii. p. 583. stalments in money, per second article treaty twenty-eighth November, Vol. x. p. 1093. eighteen hundred and forty, and fourth article treaty fifth June, eighteen p. 191. 464. 114. tribes and bands hundred and fifty-four, five thousand six hundred and thirty-six dollars and thirty-six cents. For interest on investment of two hundred and twenty-one thousand two hundred and fifty-seven dollars and eighty-six cents, at five per centum, for Miami Indians of Indiana, per Senate's amendment to fourth article treaty fifth June, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, eleven thousand and sixty-two dollars and eighty-nine cents. For the payment to Israel Olinger, administrator of Francis Lafontaine, deceased, late principal chief of said tribe, of an amount allowed to said decedent by the Indian Department in eighteen hundred and fifty, and heretofore appropriated for said purpose, but returned to the surplus fund on the thirtieth day of June, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, five hundred and ninety dollars. Miamies-Eel River.-For permanent annuity in goods or otherwise, Miamies-Eel per fourth article treaty third August, seventeen hundred and ninety-five, River. five hundred dollars. Vol. vii. p. 51. For permanent annuity in goods or otherwise, per third article treaty Vol. vii. p. 91. twenty-first August, eighteen hundred and five, two hundred and fifty dollars. For permanent annuity in goods or otherwise, per third and separate Vol. vii. p. article to treaty thirtieth September, eighteen hundred and nine, three hundred and fifty dollars. Nurajoes.-For fulfilling treaty stipulations with the Navajoes pursu- Navajoes. ant to the requirements of the tenth article treaty ninth September, eigh- Vol. ix. p. 974. teen hundred and forty-nine, five thousand dollars. Nisqually, Puyallup, and other Tribes and Bands of Indians.-For Nisqually, Pufulfilling the articles negotiated twenty-sixth December, eighteen hundred yallup, and other and fifty-four, with certain bands of Indians of Puget's Sound, Washing- of Indians. ton Territory. Vol. x. p. 1132. For third instalment in part payment for relinquishment of title to lands, to be applied to beneficial objects, per fourth article treaty twentysixth December, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, three thousand dollars. For third of twenty instalments for pay of instructor, smith, physician, carpenter, farmer, and assistant if necessary, per tenth article treaty twentysixth December, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, four thousand five hundred dollars. Omahas.-For third of three instalments, in money or otherwise, of forty thousand dollars each per annum, per fourth article treaty sixteenth Vol. x. p. 1044. March, eighteen Itundred and fifty-four, forty thousand dollars. For third of ten instalments for support of a miller, per eighth article treaty sixteenth March, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, six hundred dolJars. For third of ten instalments for support of blacksmith and assistant, and iron and steel for shop, per eighth article treaty sixteenth March, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, nine hundred and forty dollars. For third of ten instalments for support of farmer, per eighth article treaty sixteenth March, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, six hundred dollars. Osages. For the last of twenty instalments, as annuity, in money, or Osages. otherwise, per second article treaty eleventh January, eighteen hundred Vol. vii. p. 576. and thirty-nine, twenty thousand dollars. For the last of twenty instalments for two smiths' establishments, per second article treaty eleventh January, eighteen hundred and thirty-nine, two thousand dollars. Eor interest on sixty-nine thousand one hundred and twenty dollars, at five per centum, being the value of fifty-four sections of land set apart second January, eighteen hundred and twenty-five, for educational purposes, per Senate resolution nineteenth January, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight, three thousand four hundred and fifty-six dollars. Pub.--23 Omahas. VOL. XI. Ottoes and Ottoes and Missourias.-For the last of three instalments, as annuity, in Missourias. money, or otherwise, per fourth article treaty fifteenth March, eighteen Vol. x. p. 1039. hundred and fifty-four, twenty thousand dollars. For third of ten instalments for pay of miller, per seventh article treaty fifteenth March, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, six hundred dollars. For third of ten instalments for blacksmith and assistant, and iron and steel for shop, per seventh article treaty fifteenth March, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, nine hundred and forty dollars. For third of ten instalments for farmer, per seventh article treaty fifteenth March, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, six hundred dollars. Ottowas and Ottowas and Chippewas of Michigan.-For second of ten equal Chippewas of annual instalments for educational purposes, to be expended under the Michigan. direction of the President according to the wishes of the Indians, so far as may be reasonable and just, per second article of the treaty of thirtyPost, p. 623. first July, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, eight thousand dollars. For second of five equal annual instalments in agricultural implements and carpenters' tools, household furniture, and building materials, cattle, labor, and necessary useful articles, per second article of the treaty of thirty-first July, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, fifteen thousand dollars. For second instalment for the support of four blacksmith shops for ten years, per second article of the treaty of thirty-first July, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, four thousand two hundred and forty dollars. For second instalment of principal, payable annually for ten years, to be distributed per capita, in the usual manner of paying annuities, per second article of the treaty of thirty-first July, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, ten thousand dollars. For interest on two hundred and eighty-six thousand dollars, unpaid part of the principal sum of three hundred and six thousand dollars, for one year, at five per centum per annum, to be distributed per capita, in the usual manner of paying annuities, per second article of the treaty of thirty-first July, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, fourteen thousand three hundred dollars. For second of ten equal annual instalments, in lieu of former treaty stipulations, to be paid per capita to the Grand River Ottowas, per second article of the treaty of thirty-first July, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, three thousand five hundred dollars. Ottowas of Ottowas of Kansas.-For their proportion of the permanent annuities Kansas. in money, goods, or otherwise, payable under the fonrth article of the Vol. vii. p. 51. treaty of third August, seventeen hundred and ninety-five, second article Vol. vii. p. 105. of the treaty of seventeenth November, eighteen hundred and seven, Vol. vii. p. 179. fourth article of the treaty of seventeenth September, eighteen hundred Vol. vii. p. 220. and eighteen, and fourth article of the treaty of twenty-ninth August, eighteen hundred and twenty-one, two thousand six hundred dollars. Pawnees.—For agricultural implements, during the pleasure of the Pawnees. Vol. vii. President, per fourth article treaty ninth October, eighteen hundred and P. thirty-three, one thousand dollars. Pottawatomies. Pottawatomies.-For permanent annuity in silver, per fourth article Vol. vii. p. 61. treaty third August, seventeen hundred and ninety-five, one thousand dollars. For permanent annuity in silver, per third article treaty thirtieth SepVol. vii. p. 114. tember, eighteen hundred and nine, five hundred dollars. For permanent annuity in silver, per third article treaty second October, Vol. vii. p. 185. eighteen hundred and eighteen, two thousand five hundred dollars. For permanent annuity in money, per second article treaty twentieth Vol. vii. p. 317. September, eighteen hundred and twenty-eight, two thousand dollars. For permanent annuity in specie, per second article treaty twentyVol. vii. p. 320. ninth July, eighteen hundred and twenty-nine, sixteen thousand dollars. For life annuity to chief, per third article treaty twentieth October, Vol. vii. p. 379. eighteen hundred and thirty-two, two hundred dollars. 448. For life annuity to chiefs, per third article treaty twenty-sixth September, eighteen hundred and thirty-three, seven hundred dollars. Vol. vii. p. 432. For education, during the pleasure of Congress, per third article treaty sixteenth October, eighteen hundred and twenty-six, second article treaty Vol. vii.p. 296. twentieth September, eighteen hundred and twenty-eight, and fourth Vol. vii. p. 317. article treaty twenty-seventh October, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, Vol. vii. p. 401. tive thousand dollars. For permanent provision for the payment of money, in lieu of tobacco, iron and steel, per second article treaty twentieth September, eighteen hundred and twenty-eight, and tenth article of the treaty of the fifth and seventeenth June, eighteen hundred and forty-six, three hundred dollars. Vol. ix. p. 865. For permanent provision for fifty barrels of salt, per second article of treaty twenty-ninth July, eighteen hundred and twenty-nine, two hundred Vol. vii. p. 320. and fifty dollars. For interest on six hundred and forty-three thousand dollars, at five per centum, per seventh article of the treaty of the fifth and seventeenth June, eighteen hundred and forty-six, thirty-two thousand one hundred and fifty dollars. Pottawatomies of Huron.-For permanent annuity in money or other- Pottawatomies wise, per second article treaty seventeenth November, eighteen hundred of Huron. and seven, four hundred dollars. Vol. vii. p. 105. Quapaws.—For education during the pleasure of the President, per Quapaws. third article treaty thirteenth May, eighteen hundred and thirty-three, one Vol. vii. p. 425. thousand dollars. For blacksmith and assistant, shop and tools, and iron and steel for shop, during the pleasure of the President, per third article treaty thirteenth May, eighteen hundred and thirty-three, one thousand and sixty dollars. For farmer, during the pleasure of the President, per third article treaty thirteenth May, eighteen hundred and thirty-three, six hundred dollars. For fulfilling treaties negotiated eighteenth November, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, with certain bands of Chasta, Scoton and Umpqua Indians.—For third of fifteen instalments Chasta, Scoton of annuity, to be expended as directed by the President, per third article and Umpqua Intreaty eighteenth November, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, two thou Vol. x. p. 1122. sand dollars. For third of fifteen instalments for the pay of a farmer, per fifth article treaty eighteenth November, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, six hundred Vol. x. p. 1123. dollars. For third of five instalments for support of two smiths and smiths' shops, per fifth article treaty eighteenth November, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, two thousand one hundred and twenty dollars. For third of ten instalments for pay of physician, medicine, and expense of care of the sick, per fifth article treaty eighteenth November, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, one thousand and sixty dollars. For third of fifteen instalments for pay of teachers and purchase of books and stationary, per fifth article treaty eighteenth November, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, one thousand two hundred dollars. Rogue Rirers. For fourth of sixteen instalments in blankets, clothing, Rogue Rivers. farming utensils, and stock, per third article treaty tenth September, Vol. x. p. 1018. eighteen hundred and fifty-three, two thousand five hundred dollars. Sacs and Foxes of Mississippi.—For permanent annuity in goods or Sacs and Foxes otherwise, per third article treaty third November, eighteen hundred and of Mississippi. four, one thousand dollars. Vol. vii. p. 85. For twenty-sixth of thirty instalments as annuity in specie, per third article treaty twenty-first September, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, Vol. vii. p. 375. twenty thousand dollars. For twenty-sixth of thirty instalments for gunsmith, per fourth article |