INDIAN AFFAIRS: LAWS AND TREATIES

Vol. V, Laws     (Compiled from December 22, 1927 to June 29, 1938)

Compiled and edited by Charles J. Kappler. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1941.


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PART III
EXECUTIVE ORDERS RELATING TO INDIAN RESERVATIONS FROM 1927 TO 1938
GENERAL  |  ALASKA  |  ARIZONA  |  CALIFORNIA  |  COLORADO  |  IDAHO  |  KANSAS  |  MINNESOTA  |  MONTANA  |  NEBRASKA  |  NEVADA  |  NEW MEXICO  |  NORTH DAKOTA  |  OKLAHOMA  |  OREGON  |  SOUTH DAKOTA  |  UTAH  |  WASHINGTON

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MINNESOTA

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The privileges granted temporarily to the Chippewa Indians of the Mississippi, by the Fifth Article of the Treaty made with them on the 29th of July 1837, "of hunting, fishing and gathering the wild rice, upon the lands, the rivers and the lakes included in the territory ceded" by that treaty to the United States; and the right granted to the Chippewa Indians of the Mississippi and Lake Superior, by the Second Article of the treaty with them of October 4th 1842, of hunting on the territory which they ceded by that treaty, "with the other usual privileges of occupancy until required to remove by the President of the United States," are hereby revoked; and all of the said Indians remaining on the lands ceded as aforesaid, are required to remove to their unceded lands.

Z. TAYLOR.

Executive Office
     Washington City, February 6th, 1850.

By the PRESIDENT

I. EWING,
Secretary of the Interior.




By virtue of the power vested in me by the provisions of Article 3 of the Treaty of August 21, 1847 (9 Stat. L., 908), it is hereby ordered that the country ceded by the provisions of said treaty shall no longer be held by the United States as Indian land.

WM. H. TAFT.

THE WHITE HOUSE, February 16, 1911.

[No. 1299.]




By virtue of the power vested in me by the provisions of Article 7 of the Treaty of October 2, 1863 (13 Stat. L., 667), it is hereby ordered that the provisions of said Article 7 of said treaty shall not hereafter apply to or be of any force or effect throughout the territory ceded to the United States by said treaty, except in that portion lying east of the 6th Guide Meridian; and said Article 7 of said treaty shall continue to be in full force and effect throughout the territory excepted from the operations of this order until otherwise directed by Congress or the President of the United States.

WM. H. TAFT.

THE WHITE HOUSE, February 16, 1911.

[No. 1300.]




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By virtue of the power vested in me by the provisions of Article 5 of the Treaty of July 23, 1851 (10 Stat. L., 949), it is hereby ordered that the provisions of said article five of said treaty shall not hereafter apply to nor be of any force or effect throughout the territory ceded by said treaty to the United States and lying in the State of Minnesota with the exception of those portions of said territory described as follows:

Beginning at a point where the line between Townships 129 and 130 North crosses the Boise de Sioux River; thence east along said line to the northeast corner of Township 129 North, Range 45 West; thence south along said range line to the northeast corner of Township 122 North, Range 45 West; thence east to the northeast corner of Township 122 North, Range 44 West; thence south along said range line to the point where it intersects the line established by said Treaty of July 23, 1851; thence in a northwestely direction along the said treaty line to the poin where it touches Lake Traverse; thence north along said lake to the mouth of the Boise de Sioux River; thence up said river to the point of beginning;

and the provisions of said article five of said Treaty shall continue to be in full force and effect in the territory above specified and excepted from the operation of this order until otherwise directed by Congress or the President of the United States.

WM. H. TAFT.

THE WHITE HOUSE, February 16, 1911.




By virtue of the power vested in me by the provisions of Article 7 of the Treaty of September 30, 1854 (10 Stat. L., 1109), it is hereby ordered that the provisions of Article 7 of said treaty shall not hereafter apply to nor be of any force or effect throughout the territory ceded by said treaty to the United States except in that portion of said territory described as follows:

Beginning at a point where the line between Townships 45 and 46 North intersects the line between Ranges 15 and 16 West of the 4th Principal Meridian; thence north along said line to the northeast corner of Township 53 North, Range 16 West; thence west along the line between Townships 53 and 54 North to the point where it intersects the western boundary established by said Treaty of September 30, 1854; thence following the said treaty line in a southwesterly direction to the point where it intersects the line between Townships 45 and 46 North; thence due east along said line to the point of beginning, and all that portion of the State of Minnesota which lies east of the 4th Principal Meridian; and the provisions of said Article 7 of said treaty shall continue to be in full force and effect within the territory excepted from operation of this order until otherwise ordered by the President.

WM. H. TAFT.

THE WHITE HOUSE, February 16, 1911.

[No. 1301.]




EXTENSION OF TRUST PERIOD ON ALLOTMENTS OF RED LAKE INDIANS OF MINNESOTA

It is hereby ordered under authority contained in section 5 of the act of February 8, 1887 (24 Stat. 389-390), that the trust period on the allotments of the following named members of the Red Lake Chippewa Tribe of Indians of Minnesota, on the

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ceded part of the Red Lake Reservation, be, and is hereby, extended for a period of 10 years from the date of expiration.

ALLOTMENT NUMBER NAME OF ALLOTTEE
1 Nay-may-pack
2 Ka-ka Keese or Little Crow
3 Ka-Kee-Ka Kee Sick or Everlasting Sky

HERBERT HOOVER.

THE WHITE HOUSE, June 26, 1930.

[No. 5383]




EXTENSION OF TRUST PERIOD ON ALLOTMENTS OF CERTAIN BANDS OF CHIPPEWA INDIANS OF MINNESOTA

It is hereby ordered, under authority contained in section 5 of the act of February 8, 1887 (24 Stat. 389), that the trust period on allotments made to members of the Cass Lake, Leech Lake, White Oak Point, and Winnibigoshish bands of Chippewa Indians of Minnesota, which trust period expires during the calendar year 1930, be, and is hereby, extended for a further period of 10 years, with the exception of the following:

ALLOTMENT NUMBER NAME OF ALLOTTEE
902 Way me no gwon (deceased)

HERBERT HOOVER.

THE WHITE HOUSE, October 22,1930.

[No. 5466]




EXTENSION OF TRUST PERIOD ON ALLOTMENTS OF FOND DU LAC INDIANS OF MINNESOTA

It is hereby ordered, under authority contained in section 5 of the act of February 8, 1887 (24 Stat. 389), that the trust period on allotments made in favor of members of the Fond du Lac Band of Chippewa Indians of Minnesota, which trust period expires during the calendar year 1931, be, and the same is hereby, extended for a period of 10 years.

HEREERT HOOVER.

THE WHITE HOUSE, March 12, 1931.

[No. 5575]


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