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Vol. xiv. p. 713. seventeenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-five, fifty-six thousand dollars ;

or so much thereof as may be needed to comply with the requirements of said treaties.

For the construction of an agency building, according to the fourth article of said treaty, three thousand dollars.

For the construction of a warehouse and storeroom for the use of said agent, fifteen hundred dollars.

For the building of a residence of a physician to said Indians, three thousand dollars.

For the salary of a physician, fifteen hundred dollars. Calapooias, Calapooias, Molalla, and Clackamas Indians, of Willamette Valley. Molalla, and

For fourth of five instalments of the third series of annuity for beneficial Clackamas Indians, of Willa- objects, per second article treaty twenty-second January, eighteen hundred mette Valley. and fifty-five, six thousand five hundred dollars. Vol. x. p. 1144. Cheyennes

Cheyennes and Arapahoes. — For the first of thirty instalments proand Arapahoes. vided to be expended under the tenth article of the treaty of October Post, p. 596. twenty-eighth, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, concluded at Medicine

Lodge creck, in Kansas, the amount to be in lieu of the third of forty inVol. xiv. p. 704. stalments stipulated to be paid under the terms of the treaty of October

fourteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-five, forty thousand dollars ; or so much thereof as may be necessary to furnish the articles named in said first-named treaty.

For the construction of an agency building according to the fourth article of said treaty, three thousand dollars.

For the construction of a warehouse and storeroom for the use of said agent, fifteen hundred dollars.

For the building of a residence of a physician to said Indians, three thousand dollars.

For the salary of a physician, fifteen hundred dollars.

For transportation of goods, and so forth, to the Kiowas, Comanches,

Apaches, Cheyennes, and Arapahoes, twelve thousand dollars. Chasta, Sco.

Chasta, Scoton, and Umpqua Indians. — For fourteenth of fifteen inton, and Ump- stalments of annuity, to be expended as directed by the President, per Vol. x. p. 1122. third article treaty eighteenth November, eighteen hundred and fifty-four,

two thousand dollars.

For fourteenth of fifteen instalments for the pay of a farmer, per fifth article treaty eighteenth November, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, seven hundred dollars.

For fourteenth of fifteen instalments for pay of teachers and purchase of books and stationery, per fifth article treaty eighteenth November,

eighteen hundred and fifty-four, twelve hundred dollars. Chippewas of Chippewas of Saginaw, Swan Creek, and Black River. For this Saginaw, Swan Creek, and

amount, to be placed to the credit of the educational fund of the ChipBlack River.

pewas of Saginaw, Swan creek, and Black river, per fourth article treaty Vol. xiv. p. 658. eighteenth October, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, twenty thousand

dollars. Chippewas of Chippewas of Lake Superior. — For fourteenth of twenty instalments Lake Superior. in coin, per fourth articlo treaty thirtieth September, eighteen hundred Vol. x. p. 1109.

and fifty-four, five thousand dollars.

For fourteenth of twenty instalments in goods, household furniture, and cooking utensils, per fourth article treaty thirtieth September, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, eight thousand dollars.

For fourteenth of twenty instalments for agricultural implements and cattle, carpenters' and other tools, and building materials, per fourth article treaty thirtieth September, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, three thousand dollars.

For fourteenth of twenty instalments for moral and educational purposes, three hundred dollars of which to be paid to the Grand Portage band yearly, to enable them to maintain a school at their village, per

was.

fourth article treaty thirtieth September, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, Chippewas of

Lako Superior. three thousand dollars.

Vol. x. p. 1109. For fourteenth of twenty instalments for six smiths and assistants, per second and fifth articles treaty thirtieth September, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, five thousand and forty dollars.

For fourteenth of twenty instalments for the support of six smiths' shops, per second and fifth articles treaty thirtieth September, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, one thousand three hundred and twenty dollars.

For twelfth of twenty instalments for the seventh smith and assistant, and support of shops, per second and fifth articles treaty thirtieth September, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, one thousand and sixty dollars.

For insurance, transportation, and necessary cost of delivery of annuities and provisions for Chippewas of Lake Superior, three thousand dollars.

For the support of a smith and shop, during the pleasure of the President, per twelfth article treaty thirtieth September, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, and third article treaty April seventh, eighteen hundred Vol. xiv. p. 765. and sixty-six, six hundred dollars.

For the support of two farmers, during the pleasure of the President, per twelfth article treaty September thirtieth, eighteen hundred and fiftyfour, and third article treaty April seventh, eighteen hundred and sixtysix, one thousand two hundred dollars.

For the Chippewas of Lake Superior, to be expended in the purchase of twine for nets, kettles for making sugar, guns and ammunition, provisions and cattle, for blankets, cloth, and so forth, as estimated by the agent of said Indians, six thousand dollars.

Bois Fort Band of Chippewas. — For third of twenty instalments, Bois Fort for the support of one blacksmith and assistant, and for tools, iron and band of Chippesteel, and other articles necessary for the blacksmith shop as per third

Vol. xiv. p. 765 article treaty of April seventh, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, one thousand five hundred dollars.

For third of twenty instalments, for the support of one school-teacher, and for necessary books and stationery, as per third article treaty of April seventh, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, eight hundred dollars.

For third of twenty instalments for the instruction of the Indians in farming, and purchase of seeds, tools, and so forth, as per third article treaty of April seventh, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, eight hundred dollars.

For third of twenty instalments of annuity in money, to be paid per capita, as per third article treaty of April seventh, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, three thousand five hundred dollars.

For third of twenty instalments of annuity in provisions, ammunition, and tobacco, as per third article treaty of April seventh, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, one thousand dollars.

For third of twenty instalments of annuity in goods and other articles, as per third article treaty of April seventh, eighteen hundred and sixtysix, six thousand five hundred dollars.

For transportation and necessary cost of delivery of annuity goods and provisions, per sixth article treaty of April seventh, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, one thousand five hundred dollars. Chippewas of the Mississippi. For second of ten instalments of the

Chippewas of second series in money, per fourth article treaty of fourth October, eigh- the Mississippi. teen hundred and forty-two, and eighth article treaty thirtieth September, Vol

. x. p. 111. eighteen hundred and fifty-four, and third article treaty seventh May, Vol. ziii. p. 694. eighteen hundred and sixty-four, four thousand one hundred and sixty-six dollars and sixty-seven cents.

For second of ten instalments of the second series for the pay of two carpenters, per fourth article treaty fourth October, eighteen hundred and forty-two, and eighth article treaty thirtieth September, eighteen hun.

Chippewas of dred and fifty-four, and third article treaty seventh May, eighteen hunthe Mississippi. dred and sixty-four, four hundred dollars.

For second of ten instalments of the second series, in goods, per fourth article treaty fourth October, eighteen hundred and forty-two, and eighth article treaty thirtieth September, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, and third article treaty seventh May, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, three thousand five hundred dollars.

For second of ten instalments of the second series for the sapport of schools, per fourth article treaty fourth October, eighteen hundred and forty-two, and eighth article treaty thirtieth September, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, and third article of treaty seventh May, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, six hundred and sixty-six dollars and sixty-seven cents.

For second of ten instalments of second series, for the purchase of provisions and tobacco, per fourth article treaty of fourth October, eighteen hundred and forty-two, and eighth article treaty thirtieth September, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, and third article of treaty seventh May, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, six hundred and sixty-six dollars and sixty-seven cents.

For second of ten instalments of the second series for the support of two smiths' shops, including the pay of two smiths and assistants, and furnishing iron and steel, per fourth article treaty fourth October, eighteen hundred and forty-two, and eighth article treaty thirtieth September, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, and third article treaty of seventh May, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, six hundred and sixty-six dollars and sixty-seven cents.

For second of ten instalments of the second series, for pay of two farmers, per fourth article treaty fourth October, eighteen hundred and forty-two, and eighth article treaty thirtieth September, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, and third article treaty May seventh, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, three hundred and thirty-three dollars and thirty-three

cents. Vol. 2. p. 1167.

For fourteenth of twenty instalments of annuity in money, per third article treaty twenty-second February, eighteen hundred and fifty-five,

twenty thousand dollars. Vol. ix. p. 904.

For twenty-second of twenty-six instalments, to be paid the Chippewas of Mississippi, per third article treaty of August second, eighteen hundred and forty-seven, one thousand dollars.

For this amount to be expended in the erection of school-buildings upon the reservation, in accordance with third article of treaty of March nineteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, five thousand dollars.

For first of ten instalments for the support of a school or schools upon said reservation, in accordance with third article of treaty of March nineteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, four thousand dollars.

For this amount for the erection of a saw and grist mill, in accordance with provisions of third article treaty of March nineteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, ten thousand dollars.

For this amount to be expended in assisting in the erection of houses for such of the Indians as shall remove to said reservations, in accordance with third article treaty of March nineteenth, eighteen hundred and sixtyseven, five thousand dollars.

For this amount to be expended with the advice of the chiefs in the purchase of cattle, horses, and farming utensils, and in making such improvements as are necessary for opening farms upon said reservation, in accordance with third article treaty of March nineteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, five thousand dollars.

For first of ten instalments to be expended in promoting the progress of the people in agriculture and assisting them to become self-sustaining, in accordance with third article of treaty of March nineteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, six thousand dollars.

For first of ten instalments for the support of a physician, in accord- Chippewas of ance with third article treaty of March nineteenth, eighteen hundred and

the sixty-seven, one thousand two hundred dollars.

For first of ten instalments for the purchase of necessary medicines, in accordance with third article of treaty of March nineteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, three hundred dollars.

For this amount to pay for provisions, clothing, or such other articles as the President may determine, in accordance with third article of the treaty of March nineteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, ten thousand dollars. For this amount, or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay

the expense of locating the reservation set apart by the second article as per sixth article of the treaty of March nineteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, two thousand dollars.

For this amount to pay the expenses of negotiating a treaty in accordance with sixth article of treaty of March nineteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, ten thousand dollars.

For insurance, transportation, and necessary cost of delivery of annuities and provisions for Chippewas of Mississippi, in accordance with sixth article of treaty of March nineteenth, eighteen hundred and sixtyseven, five thousand dollars.

Chippewas, Pillager, and Lake Winnebagoshish Bands. — For fourteenth of thirty instalments of annuity in money, per third article treaty twenty. Pillager, and

Chippewas, second February, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, ten thousand six hun- Lake Winnebadred and sixty-six dollars and sixty-six cents.

goshish bands.

Vol. x. p. 1167. For fourteenth of thirty instalments of annuity in goods, per third article treaty twenty-second February, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, eight thousand dollars.

For fourteenth of thirty instalments for purposes of utility, per third article treaty twenty-second February, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, four thousand dollars.

For fourteenth of twenty instalments for purposes of education, per third article treaty twenty-second February, eighteen hundred and fiftyfive, one thousand dollars.

For fourteenth of fifteen instalments for support of two smiths and smiths' shops, per third article treaty twenty-second February, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, twelve hundred and forty dollars.

For vinth of ten instalments for pay of an engineer to grist and saw mill at Leech Lake, per third article treaty twenty-second February, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, six hundred dollars. Chippewas of the Mississippi, Pillager, and Lake Winnebagoshish Bands

Chippewas of of Chippewa Indian in Minnesota. - For fifth of ten instalments to the Mississippi, furnish said Indians with ten yoke of good work oxen, twenty log-chains, Pillager, and two hundred grubbing hoes, ten ploughs, ten grindstones, one hundred goshish bands of axes, (handled,) twenty spades, and other farming implements, per fifth Chippewa Inarticle treaty May seven, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, one thousand dians in Minnefive hundred dollars.

Vol. xiii. p. 694. For the employment of two carpenters, one thousand five hundred dollars, and two blacksmiths, one thousand five hundred dollars ; four farm laborers, two thousand dollars ; one physician, twelve hundred dollars, and medicine for the sick, two hundred and fifty dollars, per fifth article treaty May seven, eighteen hundred and sixty-four.

For this amount to be applied towards the support of a saw-mill to be built for the common use of the Chippewas of Mississippi, and the Red Lake and Pembina bands of Chippewas, so long as the President may deem it necessary, per sixth article treaty May seven, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, one thousand dollars.

For pay of services and travelling expenses of a board of visitors, to consist of not more than three persons, to attend the annuity payments to

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the Indians, and to inspect the fields, buildings, mills, and other improvements, as stipulated in the seventh article treaty May seven, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, not exceeding any one year more than twenty days' service, at five dollars per day, a more than three hundred miles'

travel, at ten cents per mile, four hundred dollars. Removal of To enable the commissioner of Indian affairs to complete the removal scattering bands of the scattering bands of Chippewa Indians in Minnesota to their resernear White vation near White Earth lake, and to subsist them thereat for the period Earth lake. of six months, this amount is hereby appropriated, which, added to the un

expended balance of any appropriation heretofore made for the same purpose, will enable said commissioner to pay to each member of such bands

the sum of ten dollars in money and twenty dollars in rations such as are Monoy and ra- furnished the army of the United States ; such payment and delivery to tions.

be made only to such individuals of the bands as shall remove themselves to their reservations prior to the first day of December next, forty thousand dollars; and the Secretary of War is hereby authorized and required, on the requisition of the commissioner of Indian affairs, to deliver the number of rations herein provided for on said reservation, to be paid for out of this appropriation, at the average cost thereof, less trans

portation. Mill at Red

For this amount, or so much thereof as may be necessary to erect a new mill at Red Lake for the use of Chippewa Indians in Minnesota, six thou

sand dollars. Chippewas of

Chippewas of Red Lake and Pembina Tribe of Chippewas. — For Red Lake and this amount to be paid as annuity per capita to the Red Lake band of Pembina tribe of Chippewas during the pleasure of the President, per third article treaty Chippewas.

second October, eighteen hundred and sixty-three, and second article sup668, 689. plementary to treaty twelfth April, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, ten

thousand dollars.

For this amount to the Pembina band of Chippewas, during the pleasure of the President, per same treaty, five thousand dollars.

For the fifth of fifteen instalments for the purpose of supplying the Red Lake band of Chippewas with gilling twine, cotton matter, calico, linsey, blankets, sheeting, Hannels, provisions, farming tools, and for such other useful articles, and for such other useful purposes as may be deemed for their best interests, per third article supplementary treaty of twelfth April, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, eight thousand dollars.

For the fifth of fifteen instalments for same objects for Pembina band of Chippewas, per same treaty, four thousand dollars.

For fifth of fifteen instalments for pay of one blacksmith, one physician, who shall furnish medicine for the sick, one miller, and one farmer, per fourth article of same treaty, three thousand five hundred dollars.

For fifth of fifteen instalments for the purchase of iron and steel and other articles for blacksmithiing purposes, per same treaty as above, one thousand five hundred dollars.

For fifth of fifteen instalments, to be expended for carpentering and other purposes, per same treaty, one thousand dollars.

For fifth of fifteen instalments, to defray the expenses of a board of visitors, to consist of not more than three persons, to attend upon the annuity payments of the said Chippewa Indians, whose pay shall not exceed five dollars per day, each, and for not more than twenty days, and ten cents per mile for travelling expenses, and not to exceed three hundred miles, per sixth article treaty October second, eighteen hundred and sixty-three, four hundred dollars.

For insurance and transportation of ennuity goods and provisions, and iron and steel for blacksmiths, for the Chippewas of Red Lake and Pembina tribe, five thousand dollars.

To replace the sum taken from the Chickasaws for expenses incident to the negotiation of a treaty by order of the government, thirteen thousand eight hundred and twenty dollars and fifty cents.

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