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of Huron.

of Indiana.

Annuities.

For education, during pleasure of Congress, stipulated in the same Education. article, two thousand dollars ; for blacksmith and assistant, stipulated Blacksmith. in the same article, seven hundred and twenty dollars; for iron and Iron and steel. steel, &c., for shop, two hundred and twenty dollars ;

For blacksmith and assistant, stipulated in the third article of the Blacksmith. treaty of twentieth September, eighteen hundred and twenty-eight, seven hundred and twenty dollars ;

For iron and steel, &c. for shop, two hundred and twenty dollars; Iron and steel.

For two thousand pounds of tobacco, fifteen hundred pounds of iron, Tobacco, &c. and three hundred and fifty pounds of steel, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of twentieth September, eighteen hundred and twenty-eight, four hundred dollars ; To the Pottawatomies of Huron.—For permanent annuity, stipu

Pottawatomies lated in the second article of the treaty of seventeenth November,

Annuity. eighteen hundred and seven, four hundred dollars ; To the Pottawatomies of the Prairie.—For limited annuity for twen- Pottawatomies

of the Prairie. ty years, stipulated in the third article of the treaty of the twentieth

Annuities. October, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, fifteen thousand dollars ; for life annuity to two chiefs, stipulated in the same article, four hundred dollars ;

For and on account of limited annuity, for twenty years, (omitted to be appropriated last year,) thirteen thousand five hundred dollars;

To the Pottawatomies of the Wabash.--For limited annuity for twen- Pottawatomies ty years, stipulated in the third article of the treaty of twenty-sixth of the Wabash.

Annuity. October, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, twenty thousand dollars ;

To the Pottawatomies of Indiana. -For education, during pleasure Pottawatomies of Congress, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of twenty

Education. seventh October, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, two thousand dollars;

To the Piankeshaws.—For permanent annuity, as per fourth article Piankeshaws. of the treaty of third August, seventeen hundred and ninety-five, five hundred dollars ;

For permanent annuity, as per fourth article of the treaty of thirtieth
December, eighteen hundred and five, three hundred dollars;
To the Pawnees.--For agricultural implements for five years, and

Pawnees.

Agricultural during the pleasure of the President, stipulated in fourth article of the

implements. treaty of ninth October, eighteen hundred and thirty-three, two thousand dollars;

To the Quapaws.--For limited annuity for twenty years, stipulated Quapaws. in fourth article of the treaty of thirteenth May, eighteen hundred and

Annuity. thirty-three, two thousand dollars; for education, during the pleasure Education. of the President, stipulated in third article, one thousand dollars : for blacksmith and assistant, during the pleasure of the President, stipulated Blacksmith. in the third article of the same treaty, eight hundred and forty dollars; For iron and steel, &c., for shop, two hundred and twenty dollars;

Iron and steel. For pay of farmer, stipulated in the third article of the treaty of thir- Farmer. teenth of May, eighteen hundred and thirty-three, six hundred dollars ;

To the Six Nations of New York.–For permanent annuity, stipulated in the sixth article of the treaty of eleventh November, seventeen New York.

Annuity. hundred and ninety-four, four thousand five hundred dollars ; To the Senecas of New York.–For permanent annuity, in lieu of

Senecas of

New York. interest on stock, per act of nineteenth February, eighteen hundred

Annuity. and thirty-one, six thousand dollars;

To the Siour of Mississippi.-For blacksmith and assistant, for ten Sioux of Misyears, during the pleasure of the President, stipulated in the fourth sissippoja

Blacksmith. article of the treaty of fifteenth July, eighteen hundred and thirty, eight hundred and forty dollars; For iron and steel, &c., for shop, two hundred and twenty dollars; Iron and steel, For agricultural implements, during the pleasure of the President, Agricultural

implements. stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of fifteenth July, eighteen hundred and thirty, seven hundred dollars;

Six Nations of

Interest. For interest on investment in stock, at five per centum, on three

hundred thousand dollars, stipulated in the second article of treaty of twenty-ninth September, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, fifteen

thousand dollars; Annuity. For limited annuity for twenty years, stipulated in second article of

treaty of twenty-ninth September, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven,

ten thousand dollars ; Medicines, ag. For purchase of medicines, agricultural implements, and stock, supricultural implements, &c.

port of farmers, physicians, blacksmith, and for other beneficial objects, for twenty years, stipulated in second article of treaty of twentyninth September, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, eight thousand

two hundred and fifty dollars ; Provisions.

For purchase of provisions, for twenty years, stipulated in second article of treaty of twenty-ninth September, eighteen hundred and

thirty-seven, five thousand five hundred dollars; Yancton and

To the Yancton and Santee Siour.–For blacksmith and assistant Santee Sioux. Blacksmith for ten years, and during the pleasure of the President, stipulated in

the fourth article of the treaty of fifteenth July, eighteen hundred and

thirty, seven hundred and twenty dollars ; Iron and steel.

For iron and steel, &c. for shop, two hundred and twenty dollars; Agricultural For agricultural implements during the pleasure of the President, implements.

stipulated in fourth article of treaty of fifteenth July, eighteen hundred

and thirty, four hundred dollars; Sacs and Fores

To the Sacs and Fores of Missouri. -For interest on investment in of Missouri. Interest. stock at five per centum on one hundred and fifty-seven thousand four

hundred dollars, stipulated in second article of treaty of twenty-first October, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, seven thousand eight hun

dred and seventy dollars ; Sacs and Fores To the Sacs' and Fores of Mississippi.—For permanent annuity, of Mississippi. Annuities.

stipulated in third article of treaty of third November, eighteen hundred and four, one thousand dollars ;

For limited annuity for thirty years, stipulated in third article of treaty of twenty-first September, eighteen hundred and thirty-two,

twenty thousand dollars ; Blacksmith. For blacksmith and assistant, during the pleasure of the President,

stipulated in fourth article of treaty of fourth August, eighteen hun

dred and twenty-four, eight hundred and forty dollars; Iron and steel.

For iron and steel, &c. for shop, two hundred and twenty dollars; Blacksmith. For blacksmith and assistant, for thirty years, stipulated in fourth

article of treaty of twenty-first September, eighteen hundred and Iron and steel. thirty-two, eight hundred and forty dollars; for iron and steel, &c. for Gunsmith. shop, two hundred and twenty dollars ; for gunsmith, for thirty years,

stipulated in fourth article of treaty of twenty-first September, eigh

teen hundred and thirty-two, six hundred dollars; Iron and steel For iron and steel, &c. for shop, two hundred and twenty dollars;

Agricultural For agricultural implements, during pleasure of the President, stiimplements.

pulated in fourth article of treaty of fourth August, eighteen hundred

and twenty-four, eight hundred dollars ; Salt.

For forty barrels of salt, for thirty years, stipulated in fourth article

of treaty of twenty-first September, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, Tobacco. two hundred dollars; for forty kegs of tobacco, for thirty years, stipu

lated in fourth article of treaty of twenty-first September, eighteen

hundred and thirty-two, six hundred dollars ; Annuity For limited annuity, for ten years, stipulated in second article of

treaty of twenty-eighth September, eighteen hundred and thirty-six,

ten thousand dollars ; Interest. For interest on investment in stock at five per centum, on two hun

dred thousand dollars, stipulated in fourth article of treaty of twentyfirst October, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, ten thousand dollars;

Salt.

Senecas and

For interest on eight hundred thousand dollars, at five per centum, stipulated in second article of treaty of eleventh October, eighteen hundred and forty-two, forty thousand dollars;

To the Shawnees.-For permanent annuity, stipulated in fourth arti- Shawnees. cle of treaty of third August, seventeen hundred and ninety-five, one

Annuities, thousand dollars ;

For permanent annuity, stipulated in fourth article of treaty of twenty-ninth September, eighteen hundred and seventeen, two thousand dollars ;

For limited annuity, per act fourteenth July, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, two thousand dollars ;

For purchase of salt, stipulated in third artiele of treaty of seventh
June, eighteen hundred and three, sixty dollars ;
For blacksmith and assistant, during pleasure of the President, sti-

Blacksmith. pulated in fourth article of treaty of seventh November, eighteen hundred and twenty-five, eight hundred and forty dollars; For iron and steel, &c. for shop, two hundred and twenty dollars ;

Iron and steel. For blacksmith and assistant, during pleasure of the President, sti- Blacksmith. pulated in fourth article of treaty of eighth August, eighteen hundred and thirty-one, eight hundred and forty dollars;

For iron and steel, &c. for shop, two hundred and twenty dollars ; Iron and steel. For blacksmith and assistant, during the pleasure of the President, Blacksmith. stipulated in fourth article of treaty of seventh November, eighteen hundred and twenty-five, (omitted to be appropriated last year,) eight hundred and forty dollars;

For iron and steel, &c. for shop, (omitted to be appropriated last Iron and steel. year,) two hundred and twenty dollars; To the Senecas and Shawnees. For permanent annuity, stipulated

Shawnees. in fourth article of treaty of seventeenth September, eighteen hundred

Annuity. and eighteen, one thousand dollars ;

For blacksmith and assistant, during the pleasure of the President, Blacksmith. stipulated in fourth article of treaty of twentieth July, eighteen hundred and thirty-one, eight hundred and forty dollars ; For iron and steel, &c. for shop, two hundred and twenty dollars;

Sron and steel. To the Senecas.-For permanent annuity, stipulated in fourth article Senecas. of treaty of twenty-ninth September, eighteen hundred and seventeen, five hundred dollars ;

For permanent annuity, stipulated in fourth article of treaty of seventeenth September, eighteen hundred and eighteen, five hundred dollars;

For blacksmith and assistant, during the pleasure of the President, Blacksmith. stipulated in fourth article of treaty of twenty-eighth February, eighteen hundred and thirty-one, eight hundred and forty dollars ;

For iron and steel, etc. for shop, two hundred and twenty dollars ; Iron and steel. For pay

of miller, during the pleasure of the President, stipulated Miller. in fourth article of treaty of twenty-eighth February, eighteen hundred and thirty-one, six hundred dollars ;

To the Wyandotts.-For permanent annuity, in lieu of all former Wyandotts. annuities, stipulated in the third article of the treaty with them of sev- Annuity. enteenth March, eighteen hundred and forty-two, seventeen thousand five hundred dollars; The valuation of the Wyandot lands, made by John Caldwell, Sam

Valuation of uel Waggoner, and James Justice, and reported to the Secretary of Wyandot lands War on the thirtieth of August, eighteen hundred and forty-four, is payment to be hereby confirmed; and so much of the appropriation of the last ses

1844, ch. 108. sion, in the act passed the seventeenth of June, eighteen hundred and forty-four, for the payment of the Wyandots' improvement in Ohio and Michigan, shall be paid to said Indians according to the terms of the treaty: Provided, That the same shall be in full satisfaction of all Proviso. claims and demands for improvements, under the fifth article of the treaty of the seventeenth of March, eighteen hundred and forty-two;

Annuities.

made.

Salt.

Blacksmith. For the support of a blacksmith and assistant, stipulated in the tenth

article of the treaty of twenty-ninth September, eighteen hundred and

seventeen, seven hundred and twenty dollars; Iron and steel. For the purchase of iron, steel, &c., for shop, two hundred and twenty

dollars; Blachsmith.

For the support of a blacksmith and assistant, stipulated in the eighth

article of the treaty of seventeenth March, eighteen hundred and fortyIron and steel. two, seven hundred and twenty dollars; for the purchase of iron, steel,

&c., for shop, two hundred and twenty dollars ; Weas.

To the Weas.—For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fifth artiAnnuity.

cle of the treaty with them of the second of October, eighteen hundred

and eighteen, three thousand dollars ; Winnebagoes. To the Winnebagoes.-For limited annuity, for thirty years, stipuAnnuities.

lated in the second article of the treaty with them, of the first of August, eighteen hundred and twenty-nine, eighteen thousand dollars;

For limited annuity, for twenty-seven years, stipulated in the third article of the treaty of the fifteenth of September, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, ten thousand dollars ;

For the purchase of fifty barrels of salt, for thirty years, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of the first of August, eighteen hun

dred and twenty-nine, two hundred and fifty dollars ; Tobacco. For the purchase of three thousand pounds of tobacco, for thirty

years, stipulated in the same, three hundred and fifty dollars;

For the purchase of one thousand five hundred pounds of tobacco, for twenty-seven years, stipulated in the fifth article of the treaty of fifteenth of September, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, one hundred

and seventy-five dollars ; Blacksmiths. For the support of three blacksmiths and assistants for thirty years,

stipulated in the third article of the treaty of the first of August, eigh

teen hundred and twenty-nine, two thousand one hundred and sixty Iron and steel. dollars; for the purchase of iron, steel, &c., for shops, six hundred Laborer and and sixty dollars; for pay of laborer and for oxen, for thirty years,

stipulated in the same, three hundred and sixty-five dollars; Education. For the purpose of education, for twenty-seven years, stipulated in

the fourth article of the treaty of the fifteenth September, eighteen

hundred and thirty-two, three thousand dollars ; Agriculturists. For the support of six agriculturists, purchase of oxen, ploughs, and

other implements, for twenty-seven years, stipulated in the fifth article

of the same, two thousand five hundred dollars; Physicians. For the pay of two physicians, stipulated in the fifth article of the

same, four hundred dollars ; Interest.

For interest on investment in stock, at five per centum, on one million one hundred thousand dollars, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of first November, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, fifty

five thousand dollars. W. Armstrong. For payment to William Armstrong, to make good the loss sus

tained by him in consequence of the explosion of the boilers of the steamer Cherokee, while transporting government funds from New Orleans to the Indian country west of Arkansas, in the year one thou

sand eight hundred and forty, one hundred and forty-one dollars. T. Dole.

For payment of the claim of Thomas Dole, for goods and provisions furnished the New York Indians, in the years one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine and one thousand eight hundred and forty, allowed by the accounting officers of the Treasury, nine hundred

and sixty-four dollars and eighty-one cents. Annuity to the. For the re-appropriation of the annuity due the Christian Indians, for Christian In

the years one thousand eight hundred and thirty-eight and one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine, refunded by Major Garland, late disbursing agent of the Indian Department, and subsequently used in

Oxen.

dians.

closing accounts, under the authority contained in the act of third of Act of March March, one thousand eight hundred and forty-three, eight hundred 3, 1843, ch. 80. dollars.

For carrying into effect the Cherokee treaty of one thousand eight Cherokee hundred and thirty-five, being the amount of the fund appropriated in treaty. one thousand eight hundred and thirty-six, lost in transportation by the explosion of the steamer Black Hawk, in December, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-seven, eight thousand six hundred and ten dollars.

For the removal of the Choctaws west of the Mississippi, and for Removal of their subsistence for one year, including contingent expenses connect- Choctaws. ed therewith, one hundred and thirteen thousand five hundred and forty dollars.

To make good the interest on investments in State stocks and bonds, Interest due for various Indian tribes, not yet paid by the States, to be reimbursed Indians on out of the interest when collected, sixty-eight thousand four hundred State stocks. and thirty-nine dollars and ninety-three cents.

For payment to the Bank of Michigan, or its assigns, for moneys ad- Bank of Mich. vanced under authority of the Secretary of War, and Secretary of the igan for moneys Treasury, in fulfilment of a treaty with the Chippewas of Saginaw, of advanced. January one thousand eight hundred and thirty-seven, together with interest on the principal sum due said bank from the first day of February one thousand eight hundred and forty, at six per cent. per annum, twelve thousand five hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary: Provided, That of the scrip which has been awarded, or which shall be awarded, to Choctaw Indians under the provisions of the law of twenty-third August, one thousand eight hundred and forty-two, Act of Aug.23, that portion thereof, not deliverable East, by the third section of said 1842, ch. 187. law, in these words “not more than one half of which shall be delivered to said Indian until after his removal to the Choctaw territory, west of the Mississippi river,” shall not be issued or delivered in the West, but the amounts awarded for land on which they resided, but which it is impossible for the United States now to give thein, shall carry an interest of five per cent., which the United States will pay annually to the reservees under the treaty of one thousand eight hundred and thirty, respectively, or to their heirs and legal representatives, forever, estimating the land to which they may be entitled, at one dollar and twenty-five cents per acre: Provided, further, That so much of the law of twentythird August, one thousand eight hundred and forty-two, as is inconsistent herewith, is hereby repealed.

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the sum of five thousand Annuity to the dollars, appropriated under the act entitled “An act making appropria- Senecas. tions for the current and contingent expenses of the Indian Department, and for fulfilling treaty stipulations with the various Indian tribes, for the year ending the thirtieth June, one thousand eight hundred and forty-five," and approved seventeenth June, one thousand eight hundred Act of June 17, and forty-four, for payment to the Senecas of a permanent annuity, sti- 1844, ch. 108. pulated in the fourth article of the treaty of twenty-ninth September, one thousand eight hundred and seventeen, four thousand five hundred dollars be carried to the surplus fund, being that amount appropriated more than was necessary to the fulfilment of the said treaty stipulation.

Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary of War be Expenses of directed to settle and pay the expenses incurred in the partition of the the partition of

the Stockbridge lands of the Stockbridge Indians under the act of the third of March,

lands. eighteen hundred and forty-three, upon the same principle that the Act of March expenses of the partition of the lands of the Brotherton Indians were 3, 1843, ch. 80. made under the act of the third of March, eighteen hundred and thirty- 1839, ch. 183. nine, to be paid out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated.

APPROVED, March 3, 1845.
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