Compiled and edited by Charles J. Kappler. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1904.
|Chap. 151||Shawnee Indians. To present all claims against United States and Cherokee.
1890, c. 1249, ante, p. 372.
155 U. S., 180.
1872, c. 157, note, ante, p. 131.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Shawnee tribe or band of Indians, whose claims and demands against the Cherokee Nation and the United States were referred to the United States Court of Claims for adjudication under the act of Congress passed and approved October first, eighteen hundred and ninety, entitled An act to refer to the Court of Claims certain claims of the Shawnee and Delaware Indians and the freedmen of the Cherokee Nation, and for other purposes, shall present to the said court all their claims against the United States and the Cherokee Nation, or against either or both of them, of every description whatsoever, arising out of treaty relations with the United States, rights growing out of such treaties, and from contracts, expressed or implied, under such treaties, made and entered into by and between the said Shawnees and Cherokees, and between them, or either of them and the United States.
Approved, July 6, 1892.