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ESTIMATE of the sums required for the payment of the annuities due to Indians and Indian tribes, and for the ful

filment of treaty stipulations, for the year 1836.

Names of tribes.

For what object.

Amount.

Six Nations, New York

For the payment of the permanent annuity, stipulated in the 6th arti

cle of the treaty of the 11th November, 1794 For the payment of the permanent annuity in lieu of interest on stock,

$ 4,500

$ 4,500

Senecas, New York

per act

6,000

Ottawas

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For the payment of the permanent annuity, stipulated in the 4th article

of the treaty of 3d August, 1795
For the permanent annuity, per the 2d article of the treaty of the 17th

November, 1807
For the permanent annuity, per the 4th article of the treaty of the 17th

of September, 1818
For the permanent annuity, per the 4th article of the treaty of the 29th

August, 1821

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Wyandots

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For the permanent annuity, per the 4th article of the treaty of the 3d

of August, 1795
For the permanent annuity, per the ed article of the treaty of the 17th

of November, 1817
For the permanent annuity, per the 4th article of the treaty of the 29th
of September, 1817, and 17th of September, 1818
For the support of a blacksmith and assistant, per the 10th article of

the treaty of the 29th of September, 1817 For iron and steel, &c. for shop

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$1,000

400

$ 25,000

For the permanent annuity, per the 4th article of the treaty of the 4th

of July, 1805
For the permanent annuity
For the permanent annuity, per the 4th article of the treaty of the 23d

of October, 1826
For the purposes of education, during the pleasure of Congress, per

the 6th article of the same treaty
For the pay of eight laborers, per the 4th article of the same treaty
For the purchase of 2,000 pounds of iron, 250 pounds of steel, and

1,000 pounds of tobacco, per same
For the support of a blacksmith and assistant, per the 5th article of

the treaty of the 6th October, 1818 For the support of a miller, in lieu of a gunsmith For the purchase of 160 bushels of salt

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For the permanent annuity, per the 4th article of the treaty of the 3d

of August, 1795 For the permanent annuity, per the 3d article of the treaty of the 21st

of August, 1805 For the same, per the 3d article of the treaty of the 30th of Septem

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Names of tribes.

Wyandots, Munsoes, and

Delawares

Christian Indians
Miamiss

Eel Rivers

ber, 1809

Pottawatamies

For the permanent annuity, per the 4th article of the treaty of the 3d

of August, 1795

1,000

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For the purchase of salt, per the 3d article of the treaty of the 7th

of June, 1803 For the permanent annuity, per the 3d article of the treaty of the 30th

of September, 1809 For the permanent annuity, per the 3d article of the treaty of the 2d

of October, 1818
For the limited annuity, per the 4th article of the treaty of the 29th of

August, 1821
For the limited annuity, per the 3d article of the treaty of the 16th of

October, 1826
For the purposes of education, during the pleasure of Congress, per same
For the support of a blacksmith and assistant, per same
For iron and steel, &c.
For the support of a miller, per the 3d article of the treaty of the 16th

of October, 1826 -
For the purchase of 160 bushels of salt, per same
For the purposes of education, per same
For the permanent annuity, per the 2d article of the treaty of the 20th

of September, 1828
For the limited annuity, per same
For the purposes of education, per same
For the annuity to a chief, per same
For the support of a blacksmith and assistant, per same
For iron and steel, &c per same
For the purchase of 2,000 pounds of tobacco, per same
For the pay of three laborers, per same
For the annuity, per the 3d article of the treaty of the 10th of De-

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For the permanent annuity, per the 2d article of the treaty of the 17th

cember, 1834

Pottawatamies of Huron

of November, 1807

400

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Pottawatam's, ofthe Prairie For the limited annuity, per the 3d article of the treaty of the 20th of

October, 1832

For the annuity to 3 chiefs for life Pottawatamies of the Wabash

For the limited annuity, per the 3d article of the treaty of the 26th of

October, 1832
Pottawatamies of Indiana For the limited annuity, per the 4th article of the treaty of the 27th of

October, 1832

For the purposes of education
Chippewas, Ottawas, and
Pottawatamies

For the support of a blacksmith and assistant, per the 2d article of the

treaty of the 29th of July, 1829
For iron and steel, &c.
For the permanent annuity, per the 2d article of the treaty of the 29th

of July, 1929
For the purchase of 50 barrels of salt
For the limited annuity, per the 3d article of the treaty of the 26th of

September, 1833
For the limited annuity, per the 2d article of the supplement to same
For the annuity to 4 chiefs for life, per the 3d article of the treaty

17,000

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Winnebagoes

For the limited annuity, per the ed article of the treaty of the 1st of

August, 1829
For the purchase of 50 barrels of salt
For the purchase of 3,000 pounds of tobacco

18,000

300 300

2,160

060 365

For the support of 3 blacksmiths and assistants
For iron, steel, &c.
For the pay of laborers, and for oxen
For the limited annuity, per the 3d article of the treaty of the 15th of

September, 1832
For the purposes of education, per the 4th article
For the support of 6 agriculturists, and purchase of oxen, ploughs,

and other implements, per the 5th article For the purchase of 1,500 pounds of tobacco For the services of two physicians

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Menominees

For the support of 5 farmers, and 5 female house-keepers, per the 2d

article of the treaty of the 5th of February, 1831
For the support of a miller, per samo
For the support of 3 blacksmiths and assistants, per same
For iron and steel, &c. per same
For the limited annuity, per same
For the purposes of education, per 5th article
For the purchase of provisions, per 6th article

4,000

600
2,160

660
6,000

500
1,000

14,920

Chippewas

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For the permanent annuity, per the 4th article of the treaty of the 3d

of August, 1795 For the same, per the 2d article of the treaty of the 17th of November,

1807
For the same, per the 4th article of the treaty of the 24th of Septem-

ber, 1819
For the support of a blacksmith at Saganaw; and for farming uten-

sils and cattle; and for the employment of persons to aid them in

agriculture, per act of the 15th of May, 1820 For the purposes of education, per the 6th article of the treaty of the

5th of August, 1826

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