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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PART III.— EXECUTIVE ORDERS RELATING TO INDIAN RESERVATIONS FROM JULY 1, 1912, TO NOVEMBER 23, 1927.

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MINNESOTA

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CHIPPEWA OF LAKE SUPERIOR.
(Omitted from vol. 3.)

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.


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CHIPPEWA (PILLAGER).
(Omitted from vol. 3.)

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.


CHIPPEWA (RED LAKE AND PEMBINA).
(Omitted from vol. 3.)

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.


FOND DU LAC.

It is hereby ordered that the following-described land in Aitkin County, Minnesota, viz, lots 2 and 3 of section 32, township 50 north, range 23 west of the fourth principal meridian, containing 32.35 acres, be, and the same is hereby, withdrawn from sale, settlement, entry, or other disposition, and set apart for the use and occupancy of a band of Chippewa Indians, now living thereon, and for such other Indians as the Secretary of the Interior may see fit to settle thereon. This order is made subject to any prior valid existing rights of any person.

WOODROW WILSON.

THE WHITE HOUSE, 4 March, 1915.


It is hereby ordered, under authority contained in the act of February 8, 1887 (24 Stat. L., 388-389), that the trust period on allotments made to the Indians of the Fond du Lac Reservation, in Minnesota, which trust period expires during the calender year 1921, be, and the same is hereby, extended for a period of ten years from the date of expiration.

WARREN G. HARDING.

THE WHITE HOUSE, April 30, 1921.


GRAND PORTAGE.

It is hereby ordered that two unsurveyed islands situated in Lake Superior in section 5, township 62 N., range 5 E., 4th P. M., Minnesota, as represented upon the official plat of the survey of said township approved October 28, 1893, on file in the General Land Office, and another unsurveyed island opposite the southeast corner of lot 8 of the section, not shown on said plat, and another unsurveyed island in the lake in section 34, township 63 N., range 5 E., 4th P. M., Minnesota, not indicated on the official plat of the survey of the township, be, and the same are hereby, set aside and reserved for the use and occupancy of the Indians of the Grand Portage Reservation, in Minnesota, subject to any existing valid rights in and to the same.

WOODROW WILSON.

THE WHITE HOUSE, 21 March, 1917.

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It is hereby ordered, under authority contained in the act of February 8, 1887 (24 Stat., 388-389), that the trust period on allotments made to the Indians of the Grand Portage Reservation in Minnesota, which trust period expires during the Calendar year 1922, be, and the same is hereby, extended for a period of ten years from the date of expiration.

WARREN G. HARDING.

THE WHITE HOUSE, January 12, 1922.


LAKE TRAVERSE (SIOUX).
(Omitted from vol. 3.)

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 northwesterly direction along the said treaty line to the point 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.


WINNIBIGOSHISH.

It is hereby ordered, under authority contained in the act of February 8, 1887 (24 Stat. L., 388-389), that the trust period on allotments made to the Indians of the Winnibigoshish Reservation in Minnesota, which trust period expires during the calendar year 1922, be, and the same is hereby, extended for a period of ten years from the date of expiration.

WARREN G. HARDING.

THE WHITE HOUSE, January 12, 1922.


WHITE EARTH.

It is hereby ordered under authority contained in Section 5 of the Act of February 8, 1887 (24 Stat. 388-389), that the trust period on allotments on the White Earth Reservation in Minnesota, the title to which has not passed out of the United States, which would otherwise expire during the calendar year 1927, be, and the same is hereby extended for a further period of ten years except in the following cases:

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Number. Name. Number. Name.
2110 Ali be tah wah cumig oke (deceased). 1037 Mim do ge shig o guance (deceased).
3837 Ali zhow wah cumig o quay (deceased) 1294 Min i do bi nais (deceased).
4263 Ain dus o gah bow a quay (deceased). 3415 Mo kah ah mo quay (deceased).
2788 Ain dus o gwon (deceased). 2154 Nah tin ay aush a quay (deceased).
2381 William Aspinwall (deceased). 2340 Naugh o be tung (deceased).
1388 Ay a zhe o quay (deceased). 1854 Nay tah o say quay (deceased).
685 Bay tah o wub a quay (deceased). 1046 Nay tum way we dum o quay (deceased).
1935 Be me day gahn (deceased). 4313 Ne ke baun e quay (deceased).
207 Blue, Moses (deceased). 2748 Neo be quay (deceased).
1120 Bonga, Ellen (deceased). 2341 Neo gah bow, John (deceased).
3151 Brisbois, Victor Paul (deceased). 1941 Neo gah bow e quay (deceased).
380 Caswell, Lizzie Mary (deceased). 3874 Ne she ka wub eake (deceased).
1748 Che bid way (deceased). 1783 Ne zho ge shig o quay (deceased).
3107 Dunnell, Michael (deceased). 925 Norcross, Julia (deceased).
1925 E quay we shish (deceased). 2126 O bun a ge shig o quay (deceased).
4009 E quay zaince (deceased). 1597 O din a guance (deceased).
277 Fairbanks, Maggie (deceased). 1826 O do dain un (deceased).
248 Foster, Josette (deceased). 594 O ge maunce shish (deceased).
249 Foster, William (deceased). 699 O ke maunce ish (deceased).
3938 Go je ge we quais (deceased). 1963 Oz ow wun nun e quay (deceased).
162 Gravel, Jane (deceased). 3749 Pay she shig o quay (deceased).
2800 Gravel, Paul (deceased). 2612 Ped way way benais, Jas. (deceased).
3822 Hardman, Alice May (deceased). 2611 Ped way way benais, Paul (deceased).
2175 Kah day wah be day (deceased). 1508 Pin de gay o say quay (deceased).
2691 Kah ge gay ah mah quot (deceased). 4213 Puck a no gaince (deceased).
1770 Kah we taush kung (deceased). 2618 Quay ke gwon a be quay (deceased).
2113 Kay bay aun ah quod oke (deceased). 923 Pah quay cub (deceased).
2880 Kay bay way quay (deceased). 4299 Sause gan (deceased).
1554 Kay zhe way we dung (deceased). 1977 Say say gwon o quay (deceased).
613 Ke way gah bow a quay (deceased). 1029 Shay day, Eva (deceased).
924 Ke che gwon e we quay (deceased). 1768 She she be (deceased).
697 Ke che o syien (deceased). 1784 Shin o waince (deceased).
2060 Ke we pah gah bow (deceased). 1213 Sho ne yah quay (deceased).
1753 Ke we tah be quay (deceased). 1881 Song ah cumig (deceased).
2156 Ke we tah o nub a quay (deceased). 3844 Wadena (deceased).
4041 Ke zhe waunzh (deceased). 3977 Wah bo ge ag (deceased).
1022 Mah je ke shig (deceased). 2079 Wah boze (deceased).
2574 Mah ji cumig ish kung (deceased). 3474 Walt sah quah um (deceased).
674 Mee, Charles Bernard (deceased). 1702 Wain de go quay (deceased).
2680 Me zhah ke be nais eak (deceased). 1557 Way waus ung (deceased).
1771 Me zhee gee (deceased). 4229 Way zah wush quod e tung (deceased).
1927 Min ah quod (deceased).    

CALVIN COOLIDGE

THE WHITE HOUSE, May 5, 1927.



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