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Page 144 - Neither the State nor any subdivision thereof shall use its property or credit or any public money, or authorize or permit either to be used, directly or indirectly, in aid or maintenance, other than for examination or inspection, of any school or institution of learning wholly or in part under the control or direction of any
Page 8 - approval of the Secretary of the Interior, under such rules and regulations as he may prescribe, and that any Citizen Pottawatomie not residing upon his allotment, but being a legal resident of another State or Territory, may in like manner sell and convey all the land covered by
Page 105 - Seeing the multitudes, he went up into a mountain, and when he was set his disciples came unto him.
Page 7 - be made to appear to the Secretary of the Interior that by reason of age, disability, or inability any allottee of Indian lands under this or former acts of Congress can not personally and with benefit to himself occupy or improve his allotment, or any part thereof, the same may be leased upon such terms, regulations, and conditions as
Page 133 - condition, defects, and requirements: and to perform such other duties as may be imposed upon him by the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, subject to the approval of the Secretary
Page 80 - done without detriment to the education of the Indian children ; and that he submit to Congress at the next session the result of such investigation, including an estimate of the additional cost, if any, of substituting Government schools for contract schools, together with such recommendations as he may deem proper.
Page 127 - the old times had fallen down; and, when it fell, the Christian boys gathered round it, and cried with a shout, " This is the end of the old, and the beginning of the new ! " I went out, and saw that pole as it lay on the ground. It is the last
Page 137 - You do a most proper thing to thank him and to thank the President. On motion it was voted that the president should appoint a committee to wait upon the President of the United States and the Secretary of the Interior for this purpose. Dr.
Page 7 - surplus lands of any tribe maybe leased for farming purposes by the council of such tribe under the same rules and regulations, and for the same term of years as is now allowed in the case of leases for grazing purposes.
Page 156 - Resolved, That it be referred to a committee to be appointed by the chair to inquire whether any adequate official compilation of the laws and decisions affecting Indians exists suitable to aid the duties of judges, attorneys, commissioners, and Indian agents, and to report whether anything