Payment to Sisseton and Wahpeton bands of Sioux Indians for certain lands: Hearing, Seventy-sixth Congress, first session, on S. 2085, a bill authorizing payment to the Sisseton and Wahpeton bands of Sioux Indians for certain lands ceded by them to the United States by a treaty of July 23, 1851
U.S. Govt. print. off., 1939 - History - 9 pages
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00 By amount allowed to chiefs amount appropriated amount due amount paid appropriated and unpaid attorney at law bands of Indians Bands of Sioux BILL AUTHORIZING PAYMENT call this committee's CHAIRMAN chiefs for removal COMMITTEE ON INDIAN committee's attention Congress contract Court of Claims Department depredations ELMER THOMAS enacted equity expended for damages forfeited Government took credit Government's obligation headmen who represented Indian Affairs Interior Justice Holmes Kelly Brown lands ceded matter Minnesota Muskogee Okla opinion paid to scouts payment of interest PAYMENT TO SISSETON permitted the Government plaintiff bands record removal and subsistence report coming representing the Sisseton scouts and soldiers Secretary Senator Frazier set-off Sioux Indians Sioux Wood River Sisseton and Wahpeton statement submitted sum herein authorized Supreme Court thence Thomas of Oklahoma tion treaty of 1851 treaty of July Tribe of Indians UNITED STATES SENATE Wahpeton Bands Wahpeton Indians western bank