INDIAN AFFAIRS: LAWS AND TREATIES

Vol. IV, Laws     (Compiled to March 4, 1927)

Compiled and edited by Charles J. Kappler. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1929.


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Hall, Amy E.,
           new homestead entry allowed
281
Hamilton, Eugene,
           investigation, etc., of claim as attorney for certain Indians
77, 165
Hargrove College, Ardmore, Okla.,
           appropriation for purchase of, for Chickasaw boarding school
23
Harmelt, John (Allottee),
           fee simple patent issued to
48
Haskell Institute, Lawrence, Kans.,
           appropriation for
15, 63, 115, 156, 204, 246, 301, 347, 382, 438, 497, 922.
           sale authorized of tract in school reserve 246
Hastings Amendment,
           of June 30, 1919
195
Hatten, W. S.,
           payment to, for damages from fire
281
Havre, Mont.,
           lands sold for reservoir purposes to, in Fort Assinniboine Reservation;                       reversion for nonuser
96
Hawaii,
           appropriation for ethnological researches among natives of
34, 42, 140, 180, 360, 506, 522, 931
Hayward, Wis.,
           appropriation for school at
30, 86, 129, 174, 220, 260, 313, 358, 394, 439, 467, 498, 536, 923.
Hazelbaker, Clarence,
           lieu land selection for homestead entry of
193
Headgate Irrigation Project, Arizona,
           appropriation for maintenance, etc., of
236
Heirs of Allottees,
           appropriation for expenses of determining
11, 57, 110, 152, 199, 240, 297, 342, 378, 430, 488, 525
Hempel, Jacob,
           payment to, for damages from fire
281
Herron, Mary A.,
           homestead entry allowed, in abandoned Fort Assinniboine Military                       Reservation, Mont.; condition
41
Hickerson, Charles M.,
           homestead entry of, confirmed
85
History of Fort Laramie Treaty of 1851 1065
Hobbs, E. F.,
           reimbursement to
402
Hoffman, Alvin,
           payment to, for damages from fire
281
Hogback Irrigation Project, New Mexico,
           appropriation for maintenance, etc., Navajo Reservation
306, 350, 386, 435, 467, 494, 532, 919
Holmes, J. L.,
           quitclaim deed to lots in Whitefield, Okla., granted to
331
Homestead Entries,
           allowed on Chippewa lands
948
                      Amy E. Hall 281
                      Mary A. Herron 41
                      Charles M. Hickerson 85
           cancellation, etc., of, on Kiowa, etc., reservations, Okla. 191
           erroneous, on ceded Red Lake Reservation, Minn., validated 184
           Flathead Reservation reclamation project, assignments and patents 5
           issue of patents for, within irrigation projects upon complying with                       residence requirements 949
           lieu selection allowed Clarence Hazelbaker 193
                      Oliver P. Pring 193
           opening to settlement, unallotted irrigable lands, etc., Colville                       Reservation, Wash. 966
           purchasers of ceded lands at designated price, entitled to make                       entries under 106
           validated, J. G. Seupelt 462
Homestead Patents,
           allowed actual settlers, etc
948
           competent Crows to receive fee patents 272
                      trust patents to minors 272
                      priority to members not having former allotments 272
Hoopa Valley Agency, Calif.,
           appropriation for support, etc., of Indians at
315, 345, 443, 502
Hoopa Valley Hospital, Calif.,
           appropriation for maintenance, etc., of
55, 108, 149, 196, 237, 294, 339, 375, 441, 499, 538, 925
Hoopa Valley Reservation, Calif.,
           for irrigation project
433, 491,
                      for road, Hoopa to Weitchpec, on 156, 203, 245, 301, 345, 381
           Executive orders relating to 1015
Hoover, John B.,
           payment to
136
Hope School for Girls, Springfield, S. Dak.
           limitation on attendance, etc., not applicable to
294, 340, 375
Hopi Indians,
           appropriation for miscellaneous irrigation projects
194, 236, 293, 338, 374, 433, 492, 917

                      for water supply for, on reservations
154, 201, 243, 299, 345, 381, 432, 491, 528, 916

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Hopi Indians—Continued.
           deficiency appropriation for
398, 466
           appropriation for additional school facilities 534, 921
Hospitals,
           appropriation for construction, equipment, and maintenance; limit
9, 54, 108, 196, 237, 294, 339, 375, 440, 499, 537, 925.
                                 limit of cost increased 54
                                 construction expenses limited 54, 196
                      for designated hospitals, etc. 54, 108, 149, 196, 237, 294, 925
           conversion of Old Spokane Reservation 9
House of Representatives,
           appropriation for investigating Indian Service by members elect of,                       Committee on Indian Affairs
131
                                 powers and authority 131
           investigation of Indian Service by Committee on Indian Affairs, authorized 225
Howeattle, Washington,
           fee simple homestead patent confirmed
128
Howechees, Treaty with,
           (unratified)
1085
Hudson, Henry,
           fee simple homestead patent confirmed
128
Huntley Irrigation Project, Montana,
           school section allowed Montana in lieu of lands within
184
Huron Cemetery, Kansas City, Kans.,
           appropriation for preservation, etc., for Wyandottes
100, 204
                      Kansas City to maintain, etc., outside walls 100, 204
           payment to J. W. Glidden and E. F. Hobbs for improving 402


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