3 edition of Payment of claims of Chippewa Indians of Minnesota for back annuities. found in the catalog.
Payment of claims of Chippewa Indians of Minnesota for back annuities.
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Indian Affairs
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Description of the Minnesota Chippewa Indians. The Indians are beginning to farm a little. They begin with gardens. Their support is chiefly from the annuities paid by the United States, which are principally received in some sort of dry goods. PREAMBLE. We, the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe, consisting of the Chippewa Indians of the White Earth, Leech Lake, Fond du Lac, Bois Forte (Nett Lake), and Grand Portage Reservations and the Nonremoval Mille Lac Band of Chippewa Indians, in order to form a representative Chippewa tribal organization, maintain and establish justice for our Tribe, and to conserve and develop our tribal .
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An Act To provide for the payment of claims of Chippewa Indians of Minnesota for back annuities. Apr. 14, PDF: Chapter An Act To authorize the widening of Georgia Avenue between Fairmont Street and Gresham Place northwest.
Apr. 14, PDF: Chapter Private Law: Chapter Private Law: Chapter The United States further agree to pay annually one thousand dollars ($1,) towards the support of a saw mill to be built for the common use of the Chippewas of the Mississippi and the Red Lake and Pembina bands of Chippewa Indians, so long as the President of the United States may deem it necessary; and to expend in building a road, bridges.
CHAP. An Act To provide for the payment of claims of Chippewa [. Indians of Minnesota for back annuities. [Publi, No. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the ndans of United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary taof b of the Interior be, and he is hereby, authorized to pay.
tofore placed upon said act of The report on the bill which subsequently became the act of Apshows that the primary purpose of its enactment was to remove any doubt as to authority under existing law to pay claims for back annuities from the permanent Chippewa trust fund created by the act ofthere being no other available funds belonging to the Indians from which.
Mail Book of Croffut and Clark: Minnesota News and Falls Evening News, [circa ] 1 volume. the payment of annuities to the Indians (November and November ), and his removal from office in Complaints and claims against Chippewa Indians and applications of traders, Frames Treaty with The Chippewa - Red Lake and Pembina Bands October 2, Articles of a treaty made and concluded at the Old Crossing of Red Lake River, in the State of Minnesota, on the second day of October, in the year eighteen hundred and sixty-three, between the United States of America, by their commissioners, Alexander Ramsey and Ashley C.
Morrill, agent for the Chippewa Indians, and the. P.O. Box • Cass Lake, MN • Phone: • Fax: In an effort to achieve the removal to western lands, the place for payment of the Chippewa's annuities was changed from LaPointe to Sandy Lake in the Minnesota Territory in late fall, The trip caused great hardship to the Indians; many died while waiting for the payments at Sandy Lake, or while returning to their homes afterward.
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—Mark Diedrich in Chief Hole-in-the-Day and the Chippewa Disturbance, Minnesota Monthly, Spring Secondly, by allotting reservation land to individual families, the U.S. attempted in the Treaty of to replace the centuries-old spiritual connection of Ojibwe people to.
This was a suit by the Chippewa Indians of Minnesota against the United States to recover the value ofacres of land alleged to have been ceded to the defendant under an express trust for the benefit of the plaintiffs and subsequently disposed of or appropriated by the defendant in disregard of the trust and of the rights of the plaintiffs.
Public No. 82, H.R. [Minnesota Chippewa Payment]: An Act To provide for the payment of claims of Chippewa Indians of Minnesota for back annuities. 1: 3: Public No.S [Washington Nisqually Relief]: An Act For the relief of dispossessed allotted Indians of the Nisqually Reservation, Washington.
1: 3. Chippewa of the Mississippi & Lake Superior Signed August 2, in Fond du Lac (Duluth), Minnesota Pillager Band of Chippewa Indians Signed Aug at Leech Lake, Minnesota InOjibwe-Dakota relations were more significant to American Indians in present-day Minnesota than were U.S.-Indian. Chippewa from the bands on the upper Mississippi made their way down to Fort Snelling in an attempt tO' force payment of their annuities there instead of at La Pointe, Wisconsin, the regular place.
Taliaferro refused tO' make the payment and started them back. The U.S. government has agreed to pay a total of $ million to 17 American Indian tribes for mismanaging natural resources and other tribal assets, according to.
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Old Crossing Treaty, TREATY WITH THE CHIPPEWA-RED LAKE AND PEMBINA BANDS, Articles of a treaty made and concluded at the Old Crossing of Red Lake River, in the state of Minnesota, on the second day of October, in the year eighteen hundred and sixty-three, between the United States of America, by their commissioners, Alexander Ramsey and Ashley C.
Morrill, agent for the Chippewa. Minnesota Chippewa Tribe et al. the United States, F.2d (Ct. ) case opinion from the U.S. Court of Claims (). Judgment funds distributed under Public Law § 3 to the Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians.
Per capita and dividend payment distributions of judgment funds made under Public Law to members of the Prairie Island Sioux, Lower Sioux, and Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Communities of Minnesota. Funds distributed per capita under Public Law. U S, Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians of Minnesota Jurisdictional Statement / WEBSTER BALLINGER / / / U.S.
/ 57 / 81 / Chippewa Indians of Minnesota v.The Minnesota Chippewa Tribe, comprised of the Bois Forte, Fond du Lac, Grand Portage, Leech Lake, Mille Lacs, and White Earth reservations, is a federally recognized tribal government that, through unified leadership, promotes and protects the member Bands while providing quality services and technical assistance to the reservation governments.The Chippewa Indians filed suit in the Court of Claims asserting two separate claims against the government.
The government pleaded offsets greatly in excess of the claims of the Tribe. Dismissing the Tribe's petition as to both its claims,1 the Court found it unnecessary to pass upon the government's offsets, and therefore denied them without.