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Harcock Barracks. Letter from the Secretary of War rela-
tive to, in Maine..
the removal of, a consular clerk.
on the line of march taken by General Hobson while in
pursuit of the confederate General Morgan..
report from the Secretary of State with papers relative
relative to the arrest, trial, and conviction of, by Spanish
authorities in Cuba
Idaho. Relative to the case of the acting secretary of the
to Beaver Lake, in the county of Newton, State of..
List of the papers accompanying the above
present indebtedness of the United States to Indian tribes.
mitting an estimate of an appropriation of $185,000 for
to an appropriation for the purpose of purchasing sup-
plies for, of the Milk River agency,
to the condition of the, of the Fort Berthold agency, Da-
to an appropriation for schools and school-buildings for
an appropriation for subsisting the Apache, of Arizona
sistence Department for supplies to..
appropriations for the Indian Department...
the Black Bob band of Shawnee....
Indians. Relative to certain selections of land made for
the members of the Shawnee...
buildings on the reservation of the Seminole .
of depredations committed by Cheyenne ..
ment in answer to charges by M. M. McCauley against J.
A. Viall, superintendent of Indian affairs for Montana ....
the Seneca ....
White Earth Lake reservation...
reservations in the northern superintendency:
Kaw, in Kansas....
for the Apache....
redations committed by Cheyenne
for depredations committed by Kiowa
redations committed by Cheyenne and Kiowa
dations committed by, iv Oregon
account of depredations committed by Kiowa.
for depredations committed by Cheyenne
redations committed by Navajo...
for depredations committed by Osage
and other, in Montana ..
certain expenses connected with the removal of the
penses of the general council of, in the Indian Territory..'
Mixed Senecas, and other confederated bands of, in the In-
the fiscal year ending June 30, 1871..
L. Marshall, and H. Grigsby for depredations committed
White Earth reservation, Minnesota.
on account of depredations committed by Sioux.
Cherokee, from North Carolina
the Chippewa, in Minnesota and Wiscousin....
Vol. Part. No.
Indians. Relative to an account of William F. and G. M.
Dyer, for beef-cattle furnished the Pi-Ute, in Nevada ..
stolen from them by whites....
of the Chippewa...
or mixed-bloods belonging to the Chippewa, of Lake
gust 13, 1868, with the Nez Percé
Indian reservation in the State of California
pay, &c., of troops in the Indian war of 1862
to the Creek orphans of 1832 certain fonds due them..
19, 1866, with the Cherokee Nation of..
for interest due on certain State stocks belonging to the
Quapaw, to the United States
incurred in the investigation of Indian bounty-frauds...
difficulties in the Cherokee country....
the Nez Percé Indian reservation in idaho
Montana Indian war claims
relative to the disposition of the school-property of the
Ottawa, in Kansas
transmitting a statement of the number of, in each State
and Territory, and of those denied the right to vote..
ernment Hospital for the..
Papers accompanying the above.
the District of Columbia.
pital for the Insane
ber of inhabitants in each State and Territory, and of
Interior, Secretary of the Transınits an estimate of an
appropriation of $185,000 for. snbsisting the Navajo In-
dians in New Mexico up to June 30, 1873...
appropriation for purchasing supplies for the Indians of
the Milk River agency
condition of the Indians of the Fort Berthold agency in
for the support of certain Indians
appropriation for schools and school-buildings for the
disbursing agent of the appropriation for the ninth
subsisting the Apache Indians of Arizona and New
grants to railroad companies, &c
priations for surveying the public lands to supply defi-
ciencies for 1870 and 1871
appropriation of $3,503.65 ou account of expenses by the
$8,400 to provide school facilities for the Pawnee tribe of
an appropriation required for the Indian service
appropriation to reimburse the Subsistence Department
for supplies furnished Indians by Army officers.
act of July 15, 1870, making appropriations for the In-
a jail for the District of Columbia
the surveying service to supply deficiencies for the years
1870, 1871, and 1872..
Kansas belonging to the Black Bob band of Shawnee
of land made for the members of the Shawnee In-
the erectiou of buildings on the reservation of the Semi-
of the Kaw Indians....
the benefit of the Winnebago Indians...
Pension-Office to the Seaton House....
Interior, Secretary of the. Relative to the act making ap-
propriations for the erection of penitentiaries in certain
Departınent in answer to charges made by M. M. McCauley
pay interest due Seneca Indians...
pewa Indians to the reservation provided for them near
White Earth Lake....
portions of Indian reservations, in the northern superin-
the relief of the Kaw Indians in Kansas.
quired to subsist and care for the Apache Indians....
& Cole, for depredations committed by Cheyenne and
Kiowa Indians ....
Denton, for depredations committed by Indians in Ore-
ford and Stanley, on account of depredations com-
mitted by Kiowa Indians
Heatherington, for depredations committed by Cheyenne
Howsley, for depredations committed by Navajo Indians.
Hegwer, for depredations committed by Cheyenne Indians.
topher Weidner, for depredations committed by Kiowa
Krouse et al., for depredations committed by Osage In-
surveying Indian reserves.
subsisting Teton and other bands of Sioux Indians in
ditional clerks in his office....
quired for clerical hire in surveying districts...
penses of survey of Cherokee strip adjoining Kansas..
Pappan et al., for depredations committed by Cheyenne
salary of the secretary of New Mexico...
the survey of the northern boundary of Nebraska
ment to Indians on the White Earth reservation..
E. Dougherty, on account of depredations alleged to