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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OKLAHOMA.

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ABSENTEE SHAWNEE AND CITIZEN POTTAWATOMIE.

It is hereby ordered, under authority contained in section 5 of the act of February 8, 1887 (24 Stat. L., 388-398), that the trust periods on the allotments of the Absentee Shawnee and Citizen Pottawatomie Indians in Oklahoma, which trust expires during the calendar year 1917, be, and is hereby, extended for a period of ten years from the dates of expiration, with the exception of the following:

ABSENTEE SHAWNEE TRIBE.

Allot. No.
Name.
Allot. No.
Name.
128 Alford, Alaric. 514 Ellis, Lucinda, or Nay-co-twa-pea-e.
3 Alford, Charles R. 148 Hodjo, Billy.
1 Alford, Thomas W. 52 Than-ah-pea-se, now Morton, Mary.
7 Beaver, Addie 186 Panther, Lilly.
331 Dav, George. 496 Sloan, Victor.
262 Ellis, Willie. 251 Switch, James.
362 Fox, Clarence, or Tah-wah-pea-sca-ca. 355 Thorp, Frank.

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CITIZEN POTTAWATOMIE TRIBE.

387 Baubien, George A. 417 Map-gee-wa, Lewis.
674 Bowles, Grace. 438 Mitchell, Josette.
522 Baldwin, Maggie. 704 Mkto-sum-qua (Kite-os-num-qua).
283 Bergeron, Frank. 1368 Moore, Charles E.
773 Bertrand, Walter. 799 Muller, William A.
651 Bourbonnais, Frank. 1008 Navarre, Peter.
672 Bowles, Adelle. 1217 Navarre, Robert J.
1362 Boyer, Annie (nee Clardy). 2 Negahnquit, Albert.
245 Burnett, Kate. 21 Negahnquit, Catherine M.
234 Burnett, Mary. 1 Negahnquit, Stephen.
104 Castlebury, Josephene. 881 Nouree, Delilah.
1208 Corder, Benj. Franklin. 628 O'Marre, James.
318 Darling, Edward. 6 Peyton, Mary (nee Burnett).
1213 De Graff, George. 1327 Pratt, Mary.
372 Dike, George A. 125 Rayfield, Rachael (nee Travis).
376 Dike, Effie M. 518 Rayfield, Sophia T.
373 Dike, Fannie A. (Peddicord). 953 Shoeman, Joseph M.
375 Dike. Mary R. 951 Shoeman, Mary.
379 Dike Reed W. 139 Smith, George B.
377 Dike, William L. 733 Smith, Nancy.
516 Fregon, Henrietta V.C. 504 Spear, Mary (Nee Trombla).
839 Gilbert, Laura (nee Lesis). 506 Spear, Ozetta.
840 Gilbert, Wiliam 50 Spear, Rollie.
292 Goodin, John William. 319 Striegel, Carrie May.
698 Greemore, Mabel C. 188 Stuve, Alice.
714 Gregson, Cora. 534 Tescier, Eli.
714 Gregson, Cora. 534 Tescier, Eli.
714 Gregson, Cora. 534 Tescier, Eli.
102 Haas, George. 497 Trousdale, Mary M.
1245 Hetzall, Luella. 487 Vieux, Louis.
478 Halloway, Alexander. 57 Weldfelt, Abraham.
477 Halloway, Emily. 437 Weldfelt, Joseph.
906 Kennedy, John E. 591 Weldfelt, Maggie E.
281 Kime, Albert Franklin. 369 Whitehead, Irene.
967 Lareau, Anna G. 368 Whitehead, John.
963 Lareau, Frank C. 370 Whitehead, Webster.
961 Lareau, Mary A. 584 Wickens, Lee.
964 Lareau, Mary J. 586 Wickens, Pearl.
837 Lewis, Flora. 1371 Wilmet, Leo.
833 Lewis, Iva B. 1243 Wilmette, Joseph A.
834 Lewis, Josephene. 96 Yott, Alexander.

WOODROW WILSON.

THE WHITE HOUSE, 24 November, 1916.


It is hereby ordered, under authority contained in section 5 of the act of February 8, 1887 (24 Stat. L., 38S-389), that the trust period on the following Indian allotments "In Oklahoma, which trust expires during 1917, be, and is hereby, extended for a period of 10 years:

CITIZEN POTTAWATOMIE.

Number.
Name.
234 Mary Burnett, now Wesselhoff.
245 Kate Burnett, now Lessert.
497 Mary M. Trousdale.
714 Cora Gregson, now Kelly.
733 Nancy Smith, now Fehlig.

ABSENTEE SHAWNEE.
186 Panther, Lilly, now Tyner.

WOODROW WILSON.

THE WHITE HOUSE, 15 January, 1917.


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CHEYENNE AND ARAPAHO

It is hereby ordered that the northwest quarter of the northeast quarter of section 13, township 13 north, range 8 west, Indian meridian, Oklahoma, be, and it is hereby, reserved from entry, sale, or other disposal, and set aside for agency and school purposes in connection with the administration of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Indian Agency in Oklahoma.

WOODROW WILSON

THE WHITE HOUSE, 29 December, 1915.


It is hereby ordered, under authority contained in section 5 of the act of February 8, 1887 (24 Stat. L., 388-389), that the trust periods on the allotments of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Indians in Oklahoma which trust expires during the calendar year 1917, be, and is hereby, extended for a period of 10 years from the dates of expiration, with the exception of the following:

Allot. No. Name. Allot. No. Name.
764a Antelope, Alice. 277 Eating Wolf.
619 Antelope, Fenton. Edson, Casper (Ne-a-dough-tough). 1267
620 Antelope, DeForest. 610 Eyes, Fatty (Fred Siouxman).
1137 Baby (Va-sis-sa) (Ralph Middleman). 2443 Feather Head (Armstrong Standing Water).
1799 Bad Squaw (Hazel Sponner).    
2620 Bald Head (Paul Beaver). 238 Fletcher, Skunk (Joe).
2928 Balenti, Michael. 235 Fletcher, William.
4 Bare Belly (Thomas Cloudchief). 1461 Franklin, Ben (Wah-cach).
1658 Bechenen (Harry Benton). 3160 Frass, George.
1581 Bent, George (Tex-an) (George B. Bent). 628 Goodsell, William.
1580 Bent Jesse (Jes-see). 2869 Gould, Jay.
644 Bent, Neal. 3126 Grass Hopper (Harrold Island).
643 Bent, Nellie (Nellie Burns). 2932 Hagg, Mike (Mack Haag).
229 Bent, William (Mah-do-neh). 1991 Hamilton, Joi.
639 Bear Robe (Vanhorn Flyingman). 3220 Hammer (Stone Creeping Bear).
2331 Big Man (John Hoof). 1742 Haury Theodore (Theodore Howry).
212 Bigeagle, Hailman. 3110 Hauser, Annie.
2035 Big Man (Harry Black). 155 Hawk (Joseph Black Wolf).
2934 Big White Man (Fred Haag). 2948 Hawk Flying (Archie Old Crow).
3044 Bird Robe (Andrew Bird Chief). 2075 Head Bear (John Roman Nose).
3264 Black Bear (Willie White Eagle). 60 Heap of Birds, Alfrich.
1939 Black Bird (Bruce Cohoe). 325 Holler (Virginia Lonelodge) (Daw-ot-da).
3183 Black Eagle (Black Bird Washee). 302 Houser, Harry (Yellow).
1382 Black Magpie (Wa-uh-a-wah-tan-na). 44 Howling in Cloud (Orin Turtle) (Wah-ah-nis-to).
1231 Black Man (Wa-ut-ta) (Bangs Black Sleeper).    
    1447 John (John Candy).
633 Black Wolf (Rollin Blackwolf). 2390 Joining War Party.
1484a Blackman , John. 3235 Keith, Robert.
814 Blind Bear (William Packer). 3240 Keith, Sarah (Sarah Garmes).
2059a Bliss, Frank. 3237 Keith, Stella (Stella Hodgkinson).
736 Bull Coming Up (Samuel Thunder Bull). 3161 Killer, Sampson (Sampson Kelly).
808 Bull Bear, Oscar Burns, Robert. 1790 Lame Woman (Otto Little Man).
2442 Calf (Francis Standing Water). 2848 Lee, Francis.
330 Chamberlain, Samuel. 2588 Lenard (Leonard Stone Road).
1246 Cheyenne Chief (He-ta-se-na-cha) (Binford Birdchief). 2516 Little Beaver (Elliott F. Coyote).
    955 Little Calf (Harry Left Hand).
1399 Cleveland, Grover. 773 Little Man (Ray Little Hand).
788a Cometserah, Laird. 2935 Little White Girl (Leah Thompson).
1856 Cook, Phillip. 1785 Little Wolf (John Littlehawk).
804 Counter (Harvey Good Bear). 167 Little Woman (Mary) (Mary Alfrey).
2332 Crooked Neck (Peter Hoof). 3143 Magpie, Ernest.
2653 Crooked Woman Hoffman. 3253 Magpie (Lee Oldcamp).
516 Curtis, Annie (Annie Eaglenest). 2872 Man of War (Harry Williams).
374 Curtis Richmond (Richard Curtis). 1472 Man in Water (Nach-e-nan) (Mathew Hail).
754 Deer (Elmer Wolf Tongue).    
273 Drinking Woman (Bessie Crotzer). 2270 Meat (David Bighead).
2903 Driving Behind (Thomas Knocking Face). 3189 Medicine Grass (Fred Roundstone).
    420 Medicine Standing (Ed Yellowcalf).
3195 Eagle Feathers, Susie. 520 Midnight, Inez (Ho-toch-da-ha).

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Allot. No. Name. Allot. No. Name.
993 Miguel, Joseph. 2374 Slipper (Rudolph Lefthand).
1185 Miles, Benijah (Ne-a-tha). 266 Star, Harry (Noc-ze-ists).
835 Miller Big Nose. 3247 Willie Shields.
1358 Moapie (Jesse Rowlodge). 1546 Elmer Sweezy (Wo-hi-ah).
1385 Moccasins (Nelson Sage Bark). 2920 Seward, Bird.
2434 Mouse Road (Paul Goose). 204 Sewell, Doc.
739 Murphy, Charles. 3246 Shields, Tillie (Tillie Anderson).
1143 Nace, Harry (Monroe). 431 Short Man (Peter Whitebear).
1733 Old Man (Alfred Little Bird). 297 Short Teeth, Albert.
1293 Old Man (Ba-ha-e) (Wakefield Youngbear). 1755 Sweezy, Karl (Wa-tan).
    3316 Tackett, Marine D. (Marine D. T. Raven).
2492 One Horn (Homer Seger).    
2666 Over (Russell Standing Water). 3109 Teeth Woman (Louisa Hauser White).
1324 Paint Bear (Wak-ba-e) (Walter Lonelodge). 1837 Todd, Mary E. (Mary E. Nicholson).
    1086 Two Feathers on the Head (Ne-sa-kn) (Ernest Simpson).
2149 Pawnee, Joseph.    
1260 Ponca Woman (Wa-ha) (Anna Pedro). 77 Under Shirt (McPherson Prairie Chief).
205 Rambler (Frank Hill). 437 Van Horn, Max.
621 Rearing Bull, George. 914 Washee, Mary Moran (Mary Thunder Bull).
969 Receiving Roots (John White Buffalo)    
2998 Red Belt (Jerome Bushyhead). 848 Walking Elk (William Tallbird).
2706 Red Bird (Ben Buffalo). 3273 Walks Long Way (Richard Nibs).
99 Red Bird (Sidney Sioux). 1169 Walking (Tell-Jan Sun) (Scott H. Youngman).
689 Red Leggings (Meserve Standing Bird).    
2887 Ridge Turtle (Hannibal Bighead). 1977 White Shield, Harvey.
1750 Rogers, Eva (Yellow Hair) (Neah-aight) (Eva Poisal). 1175 Whiteman, Charles (Ca-we-ha).
    161 White Man (Peairs Ground Nose).
379 Rolling Down (Amos Lefthand). 2711 White Wolf (Don Osage).
1115 Root (Tha-che) (Rex Spotted Corn). 2933 White Woman (Katie Hawkins).
1359 Row of Lodges, Henry (Wah-nec-ah-yu). 771 Williams, Ralph.
1006 Sands, Leah (now Leah Cook). 1018 Woman Coming in Sight (His-sa-bisch-sa) (Lizzie Stibolt).
3244 Shields, Hattie (Hattie Anderson).    
3241 Shields, Mrs. Peter. 443 Yellow Eyes (Joe Yellow Eyes).
668 Sioux (Sioux Little Calf). 820 Yellow Eyes (Mistamaha Wolf Chief).
2448 Spotted Horse (Fred Mann). 2314 Yellow Hawk (Stephen White Shirt).
2309 Stander, Bounce (Gus Stander). 1222 Yellow Man, Alexander (Thu-tar-are).
3193 Stands Fighting (Ernest Swallow). 480 Yellow Shirt (A-e-no-chis-ta-un) (Thomas Blind Woman).
2885 Smoker (Joel Bighead).    
3327a Sage Bark, William. 3208 Yellow Shirt (Donald Bobtail Wolf).
2678 Surveyor (Felix Roman Nose). 2159 Young Bird (Robert Hamilton).
1302 Sand Girl (Nah-ba-is-sa) (Bessie Throwing Water). 32 Zellwerger, Katie (Katie Z. Hawkins).
    2924 Zellweger, Minnie (Little White Girl).
1668 Striking Behind (Ta-Tak) (John Youngbull).    

WOODROW WILSON.

THE WHITE HOUSE, 4 April, 1917.


EASTERN SHAWNEE.

It is hereby ordered, under authority contained in section 5 of the act of February 8, 1887 (24 Stat. L., 388), that the trust period on the following allotments made to the Eastern Shawnee Indians in Oklahoma be, and the same is hereby, extended for a period of ten years:

Allotment number. Name. Allotment number. Name.
2 Cora Hampton. 12 Carrie Bluejacket.
6 Jane Dougherty. 13 Ida M. Bluejacket.
7 Annie Dougherty. 14 Walter Bluejacket.
8 Mary Punch. 21 Andrew Dushane.
9 Milton Turkeyfoot. 23 David Dushane, jr.
10 Minnie Turkeyfoot. 24 Daniel Dushare.
11 Mary Punch. 25 Marie Prophet.

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Allotment number. Name Allotment number. Name.
26 Minnie Prophet. 59 Tom A. Captain.
29 Susan T. Chisholm. 60 Cordelia Captain.
31 Jennie Chisholm. 61 Michelothe or Ball.
32 Matilda Jackson. 65 Sa-pa-ta-wa-se or Flint.
34 Mattie Tooley. 66 Stonewall Jackson.
36 Susan Keyser. 67 Andrew Jackson.
37 Rosa Bluejacket. 69 Jacob Tomahawk.
39 Delia Thomas. 73 Stella Prophet.
40 Fannie Whiteday. 75 Edward Bluejacket.
41 Jane Williams. 77 Samuel Doherty.
45 James Dick. 78 Ella Tooley.
47 Howard Doherty. 80 Mary Ellen Captain.
48 George Doherty. 81 Mary Quick.
53 John Mohawk. 83 Nellie Hampton.
58 Tom Captain. 84 Frank Prophet.

WOODROW WILSON.

THE WHITE HOUSE, 15 February, 1916.


FORT SILL APACHE.

(Omitted from vol. 1.)

EXECUTIVE MANSION, February 26, 1897.

In accordance with agreement signed by the representatives of the Kiowa Comanche and Kiowa Apache Indians at Anadarko, Ok., February 17th, 1897, the following tracts of land located on the Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache Reservation in the Territory of Oklahoma in townships 2 and 3 north, range 10 west; townships 2 and 3 north, range 11 west; townships 2 and 3 north, range 12 west; townships 2 and 3 north, range 13 west of the Indian meridian (of Oklahoma) are hereby set apart and added to the military reservation at Fort Sill, Ok., for exclusive use for military purposes and for the permanent location thereon of the Apache prisoners of war.

EASTERN ADDITION.

Commencing at the SE. corner of section 18, township 2 N., R. 10 W. of the Indian meridian; thence north seven hundred and nineteen and fifty one-hundredths (719 50/100) chains to the northeast corner of section six (6), township three (3) north, range ten (10) west; thence west three hundred and fourteen and seventy-seven one-hundredths (314 77/100) chains to the northwest corner of section three (3), township three (3) north, range eleven (11) west; thence south three hundred and eighty-one and ninety one-hundredths (381 90/100) chains to the boundary line between the Fort Sill Military Reservation and the Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache Reservation; thence east along the boundary line between the said Fort Sill Military Reservation and the Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache Reservation, to the northeast corner of the said Fort Sill Military Reservation; thence south along the said boundary line to the southeast corner of said Fort Sill Military Reservation; thence west along the said boundary line to its intersection with the west line of section fifteen (15), township two (2) north, range eleven (11) west; thence south ten and seventy-five one-hundredths (10 75/100) chains to the southwest corner of said section; thence east three hundred and eighteen and fifty-four one-hundredths (318 54/100) chains to the point of beginning.

WESTERN ADDITION.

Commencing at the intersection of the. boundary line between the Fort Sil Military Reservation and the Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache Reservation, and the south line of the northeast quarter of section twenty (20), township three (3) north, range twelve (12) west; thence west along the said quarter section line forty-five (45)

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chains; thence north forty (40) chains to the northeast corner of section nineteen (19) township three (3) north, range twelve (12) west; thence west two hundred and thirty-nine and seventy-six one hundredths (239 76/100) chains to the northwest corner of section twenty-three (23), township three (3) north, range thirteen (13) west; thence south eighty (80) chains; thence east eighty and twenty one-hundredths (80 20/100) chains; thence south two hundred and eighty (280) chains; thence east two hundred and one (201) chains to the southwest corner of the northeast quarter of section eight (8), township two (2) north, range twelve (12) west; thence north three (3) chains along this quarter section line to its intersection with the boundary line between the Fort Sill Military Reservation and the Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache Reservation; thence west along the said boundary line to the southwest corner of the Fort Sill Military Reservation; thence north along the said boundary line between the Fort Sill Military Reservation and the Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache Reservation to the point of beginning.

The total area included in these two tracts of land of irregular form being about twenty-six thousand nine hundred and eighty-seven and thirty one-hundredths (26,987 31/100) acres.

GROVER CLEVELAND.


MEXICAN KICKAPOO.

It is hereby ordered, under authority contained in section five of the act of February 8, 1887 (24 Stat. L., 388), that the trust period on allotments made to the Mexican-Kickapoo Indians in Oklahoma, which trust expires during the calendar year one thousand nine hundred and nineteen, be, and is hereby, extended for a period of five years.

WOODROW WILSON.

THE WHITE HOUSE, 27 February, 1919.


MODOC.

It is hereby ordered, under authority contained in the act of February 8, 1887 (24 Stat. L., 388-389), that the trust period on the allotments of the Modoc Indian's in Oklahoma, which trust expires during the calendar year 1916, be, and is hereby, extended for a period of ten years, with the exception of the following:

Name Allotment No. Name. Allotment No.
Minnie Snyder 3 May Long 35
Bertie Hood 15 Daniel Clinton 46
Charley Hood 18 Jennie Clinton 47
Lucinda Hood 19 James Clark 56
Annie Spicer 33 Ettie Stanly 57
Robert Long 34 Cora Pickering 59

WOODROW WILSON

THE WHITE HOUSE, 14 September, 1916.


OSAGE.

Prior orders promulgated under the act of June 28, 1906 (34 Stat. L., 539), fixing the rate of royalties on oil produced within the limits of the Osage Indian Reservation at one-sixth, are hereby modified to permit a stipulation in connection with litigation involving title to the Arkansas River bed providing that operations may be conducted upon lands involved in such cases, and pending the determination

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of such litigation, on the same royalty basis as that provided for in leases upon said lands given by the State of Oklahoma.

WOODROW WILSON.

THE WHITE HOUSE, 1 June, 1914.


OTTAWA, SENECA, AND WYANDOTTE.

It is hereby ordered, under authority contained in section 5 of the act of February 8, 1887 (24 Stat. L., 388-339), that the trust periods on the allotments of the Ottawa, Seneca, and Wyandotte Indians in Oklahoma, where the trust expires during the calendar year 1917, be, and is hereby, extended for a period of 10 years from the dates of expiration, with the exception of the following:

OTTAWA.

Allot. No. Name. Allot. No. Name.
153 Baldwin, Delia, (now Wright). 7 Jones, Silas Wilbur.
147 Baldwin, Delphina. 21 King, James.
154 Baldwin, Ella (now Darnell). 57 King, Walter Gokey.
151 Baldwin, Fred. 25 King, Edith (now Barlow).
137 Baldwin, George. 24 King, Fred.
148 Baldwin, Henry C. 128 Lavor, Winnie (now Schiffbauer).
152 Baldwin, Mary (now Spinks). 155 McCoontz, Rosa (now Grinell).
150 Baldwin, William. 16 Petah, Sarah (now Moxley).
142 Brennen, Charles. 99 Pooler, Charles.
138 Byron, Charles. 96 Pooler, Ethel (now Hollis).
140 Byron, William. 97 Pooler, Maud (now Bergen).
84 Clark, Addie. 95 Pooler, Myrtle (now McBrien).
3 Clark, Emeline (now Miskokomon). 98 Pooler, Otis E.
54 Cook, Elmer F. 100 Pooler, Robert L.
53 Cook, Eudora (now Head). 72 Robitaille, Lulu (now Wyrick).
52 Cook, Nannie. 115 Staton, Almira (now Lookaround).
87 Dagenette, Lucien, jr. 116 Staton, Frank.
145 Harlow, Fred. 117 Staton, Minetta (now Roper).
144 Harlow, Mary (now Shelton). 68 Stephens, Ida (now Epps).
126 Hart, Lucinda Irene. 69 Stephens, William.
64 Holmes, Ephraim. 70 Stephens, James.
62 Holmes, William. 85 Walker, Catherine (now Mahseet).
80 Hubbard, Christina Robitaile. 91 Walker, Ethel (now Markel).
65 Hutchison, Harry. 90 Walker, Jacob V.
74 Jennison, Charles. 39 Williams, Abraham.
79 Jennison , Edna (now Utter). 42 Williams, Albert.
78 Jennison, Glen. 37 Williams, Isaac.
77 Jennison, Guy. 40 Wiiliams, Jesse James.
75 Jennison, Mary (now Biddle). 38 Williams, Oliver.
76 Jennison, Raymond. 146 Wind, Betty (now Divens).
30 Jones, Christina. 35 Wind, Edgar.
31 Jones, Eliza Jane (now Edwards). 33 Wind, Lillie.
6 Jones, Ira M. 46 Wind, Matilda.
29 Jones; Martha Malinda (now Christmus). 34 Wind, Thomas.
157 Wistar, Leo.    
27 Jones, Matilda J. (now Stultz). 118 Wolfe, Josiah.

SENECA.

237 Armstrong, Barnabas. 155 Bigtail, Charley.
236 Armstrong, Thomas. 179 Bomberry, Christopher.
234 Armstrong, Sarah (now Fisher). 262 Buck, Peter.
235 Armstrong, Susan (now Fisher). 45 Cayuga, Malinda (now Fremont).
28 Ball, Andrew. 182 Choteau, George.
29 Ball, Lida. 257 Crawford, George.
248 Bassett, Frances King (now Crow). 254 Crawford, Joseph.
246 Bearskin, Earnest. 112 Crow, Jerry.
244 Bearskin, Lucy (now Geboe). 14 Crow, Lucinda (now Clay).
245 Bearskin, Wallace. 12 Crow, Moses.

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SENECA—Continued

Allot. No. Name. Allot. No. Name.
13 Crow, Samuel. 296 Schiffbauer, Fritz.
19 Davis, Jessie (now Spicer). 295 Schiffbauer, Minnie.
288 Denny, Nora (now Roller). 293 Schiffbauer, Robert.
287 Denny, Roselle (now Finley). 274 Schrimpsher, James.
151 Dick, Maud (now Heffleman). 276 Schrimpsher, Matthias.
283 Evans, Alfred. 220 Smith, Jacob.
282 Evans, Blanch. 213 Spicer, John James.
281 Evans, Delia (now Hendrix). 143 Spicer, Mary (now Whitecrow).
280 Evans, Eliza (now Jackson). 20 Spicer, Minnie.
271 Euneau, Edith. 146 Spicer, Mitchell.
270 Euneau, Howard E. 126 Spicer, Daniel, jr.
267 Euneau, Lewis. 26 Spicer, Sadie.
269 Euneau, Thomas A. 74 Splitlog, Alexander.
297 Gentry, Earl. 72 Splitlog, Elda (now Huckins).
258 Jamieson, George, jr. 70 Splitlog, Bertha (now Harper).
265 Jack, Maria (now Olmstead). 73 Splitlog, Ethel.
299 Jamieson, Stewart. 90 Splitlog, Gordon B.
40 Kayrahoo, John J. 71 Splitlog, Grover.
207 Lewis, Thomas. 16 Turkey, David.
207 Lewis, Thomas. 16 Turkey, David.
207 Lewis, Thomas. 16 Turkey, David.
99 Logan, Lewis. 193 Whitetree, Eva (now Nicholls).
284 Logan, Mattie (now Worcester). 173 Whitetree, Henry
224 Nicholls, Alexander. 39 Whitccrow, Mary Jane (now Vandal).
227 Nicholls, Alice. 194 Whitetree, Scott.
230 Nicholls, Sylvia. 195 Whitetree, Susan.
298 Nicholls, Isabella. 133 Winney, Fannie (now Wilson).
226 Nicholls, Malinda. 132 Winney, Hattie (now Hensley).
60 Peacock, James. 4 Young, Annie (now Bomberry).
59 Peacock, Thomas. 7 Young, Summers.

WYANDOTTE.

72 Adkins, Josephine. 24 Geck, Richard.
203 Barnett, Thomas. 111 Greyeyes, Isaac.
143 Bearskin, Wesley. 148 Gyami, Jessie (now Tussinger).
201 Blackaby, Maude (now Wright). 223 Gyami, Mary (now Bracken).
193 Bland, John. 222 Gyami, Willie.
195 Bland, Mary J. (now Adams). 213 Hamlin, Carrie (now Lohmer).
198 Bland, Sadie (now Shawnee). 214 Hamlin, Paul.
207 Boone, Alice R., jr. (now Clark). 27 Harris, John.
208 Boone, Lottie D. 29 Harris, Susan (now Griffen).
206 Boone, Octavius. 163 Hicks, Cassie (now Ladue).
68 Brown, Anna L. (now Coats). 153 Hicks, Delia (now Maupin).
102 Brown, Cora A. (now Kennedy). 145 Hicks, George.
101 Brown, Eldridge. 152 Hicks, Henry.
103 Brown, James A. 224 Hoag, Willie (now Lautrup).
66 Brown, Leander. 123 Hodgkiss, Maud (now Frasse).
69 Brown, Lotta (Lothe). 121 Hodgkiss, Rosetta.
104 Brown, Mary E. (now Seymour). 84 Jackson, Arizona (now Hackleman).
147a Brumbaugh, Rosamund. 51 Johnson, Allen, jr.
237 Buzzard, Estelle (now Allen). 10 Johnson, Bertha (now Cheek).
238 Cook, Dawson. 4 Johnson, G. M.
228 Cotter, James. 2 Johnson, Ida J. (now Allen).
97 Cotter, Joel A. 3 Johnson, Robert.
55 Cotter, Rena (now Spicer). 8 Johnson, Silas Arthur.
115 Crotzer, Archie B. 7 Johnson, Wilbur.
114 Crotzer, Catherine. 95 Kaneda, Allen.
116 Crotzer, Ethel (now Cotter). 93 Kaneda, James.
160 Dawson, Jardinia K. (now Bonnin). 94 Kaneda, Leander.
161 Dawson, Naomi W. (now Pacheco). 17 Kirkbride, Eugene.
158 Dawson, Philip R. 77 Kygar, Dolly (now Ling).
157 Dawson, Robert. 22 Lofland, Annie (now Tourtillotte).
159 Dawson, Silas. 16 Lofland, Caroline.
81 Faber, Caroline (now Ryan). 21 Lofland, Charles.
82 Faber, Jardina (now Wood). 192 Long, Albert.
25 Geck, Josie (now Tobey). 185 Long, Ellen (now Wano).
23 Geck, Lucy. 167 Long, Frank.
26 Geck, Maud Florence. 204 Long, Fred.

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WYANDOTTE—Continued.

Allot. No. Name. Allot. No. Name.
188 Long, George. 37 Schiffbauer, Amelia (now Cheek).
191 Long, Grover. 36 Schiffbauer, Bertram.
170 Long, Irven, P. 218 Sharlo, Jerry.
171 Long, John M., jr 13 Smith, Artie (now Peacore).
190 Long, Judia (now Sampsell). 14 Smith, Benjamin.
168 Long, Kate. 12 Smith, Nannie (now Euneau).
189 Long, May (now King). 229 Stand, Henry.
169 Long, Myrtle (now Dickey). 73 Stuart, Clarence.
186 Long, Samuel. 42 Walker, Isaac.
187 Long, Thomas. 43 Walker, N. B.
183 Long, William P. 107 Walker, Malcolm.
199 Montgall, William. 125 Walker, Thomas E.
173 Mudeter, Irvin. 109 Walker, Thomas G.
139 Munch, Oella. 54 Walton, Florence (now Villaneuve).
230 Murdock, Blanche. 132 Wright, James.
150 Misenheimer, Arizona (now Jones). 106 Wright, Martha J.
151 Misenheimer, Ella (now James). 133 Wright, Oda Josephine (now Wagner).
149 Misenheimer, Susan. 134 Wright, William H.
210 Peacock, Charlotte (now Barton). 120 Young, Elizabeth (now Bates).
177 Robitaille, Azilda (now Schiffbauer). 90 Young, Emma (now Geboe).
179 Robitaille, Chas. Z 119 Young, Henry.
175 Robitaille, Frank R. 89 Young, William.
176 Robitaille, Ernest. 127 Zane, Jane (now Waters).
140 Robitaille, James. 112 Zane, Leander E.
178 Robitaille, Lena E. (now Ferguson). 128 Zane, Noah.
47 Sarahas, Jane, jr. 129 Zane, Oella (now Harper).
56 Sarahas, Wesley. 33 Zane, Susan.

WOODROW WILSON.

THE WHITE HOUSE, 11 April, 1917.


PAWNEE.

It is hereby ordered, under authority contained in section five of the act of February 8, 1887 (24 Stat., 388), that the trust period on the allotments of the Pawnee Indians of Oklahoma, which would otherwise expire during this calendar year, is hereby extended for ten years.

WOODROW WILSON.

THE WHITE HOUSE, 2 March, 1918.


PONCA.

It is hereby ordered, under authority contained in the act of February 8, 1887 (24 Stat. L., 388-389), that the 25-year trust period on the allotments of the Ponca Indians in Oklahoma, which trust period expires during the calendar year 1920, be, and is hereby, extended for a period of one year.

WOODROW WILSON.

THE WHITE HOUSE, 19 September, 1920.


It is hereby ordered, under authority found in the act of June 21, 1906 (34 Statutes at Large, pages 325 and 326), that the trust period on the allotments of the

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Ponca Indians in Oklahoma, which trust period was extended for one year by Executive order of September 19, 1920, be, and is hereby, extended for a further period of twenty-five years.

WOODROW WILSON.

THE WHITE HOUSE, 1 December, 1920.

SAC AND FOX, AND IOWA.

It is hereby ordered, under authority contained in the act of June 21, 1906 (34 Stat. L., 325-326), that the trust period on the allotments of the Iowa arid the Sac and Fox Indians in Oklahoma, which trust expires during the calendar year 1916, be., and is hereby, extended for a period of ten years from the dates of expiration, with exception of the following:

IOWA TRIBE.

Name. Allotment. No. Name. Allotment. No.
Rubideau, Harrison 50 Tohee, David (Mo ka ka) 44
Small, Robert (Kah pock que che) 52    

SAC AND FOX.

Bass, Lee (Pe so tuck) 520 King, Hattie 97
Battice, Rosa (Mah ko che) 142 Lee, Philip (Aw saw we kolah) 70
Bigwalker, Dollie (Pe ah the tha qua) 200 Manatowa, Elmer (Aw mah quah) 226
Brown, Thomas (Quah quah ne pe quah) 53 Mason, Edith (She she no quah) 290
Butler, Edward (Uck ko nique) 294 McClellan, Edward (Tuck quaw ke) 476
Carter, Joseph (Waw pe che quah) 320 McClellan, Liza (me ah kaw) 481
Connolly, Alexander 161 McCoy, Pauline 75
Duncan, Richard (Waw pe kah kaque) 140 McCoy, Rhoda 74
Eaves, Annie 128 McCoy, Mary (Mah mah kah) 72
Ellis, Clara (Che naw pe) 362 McKinney, Lizzie 249
Ellis, Stella (Wah pah Tah) 361 McKinney, Mary 251
Foster, William G. (Ah pe tock) 188 McKinney, Martha 254
Graeyes, Leona (Mah shaw mah quah) 300 McKinney, Anna 253
Grant, Austin (Ah me me ho) 181 McKinney, Lucy 250
Grant, Saginaw (Mah squaw ke) 429 Mesawat, Linda (Waw kose) 374
Hamblin, Lydia Monroe 79 Moore, Alice 164
Harris, Benjamin 282 Nahashe, William 131
Harris, David 283 Pattequaw, William (Tus se haw) 132
Harris, Mary (She ko naw waw) 107 Thorp, James 244
Hunter, Harrison (Nah nah mah kees) 514 Thurman, Allen G. (Che ko kaw kah) 438
Ingalls, Sadie (Pon naw pique) 341 Wakole, Allie Fox (Waw ko ha no) 23
James, Juliet (Mah sche ke) 453 Walker, Guy (Ke shah som) 192
Johnson, Orlando, (We taw kaw) 377 Whistler, Guy 95
Jones, Levi 11 Whistler, Marie A. (Chuck e quah) 144
Kakaque, Jessie (Shah ke toe) 122 Whistler, Pauline 94
King, Gertie 98 Wiggins, Jennie (Mesh quaw naw que) 313

WOODROW WILSON.

THE WHITE HOUSE, 1 August, 1916.


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TONKAWA.

It is hereby ordered, under authority contained in section 5 of the act of February 8, 1887 (24 Stat., 388), that the trust period on the following allotments made to Indians on the Oakland Reservation in Oklahoma, which trust expires June 5, 1918, be, and is hereby, extended for a period of ten years from said date:

Name. No. of allotment. Name. No. of allotment.
Johnson, Sargent 5 Toco, Ellen (now Ellen Dupee) 45
Johnson, Lotta 6 Kaise, Mille (now Millie Mason) 48
Jessie 9 Allen, Kittie 53
Jesse, Eliza 10 Apache, William 54
Collins, Lee 20 Purce, Millie 56
Collins, Anna (now Anna C. Jeferson) 22 Miles, George 58
Richards, Grant 24 Miles, Walsie 59
Richards, Winnie 25 Miles, Effie 60
Buffalo, Standing 29 Rush, Jack 61
Bill, Buck 36 Rush, Cochana 62
Tenasta 39 Keeta, Mollie 63
Co-Yaw 40 Allen, Martha T 67
Stevens, William, sr 41 Stevens, Gertrude (now Gertrude S. Martin) 72
Stevens, Jennie 42    

WOODROW WILSON.

THE WHITE HOUSE, 24 May, 1918.


MODOC INDIANS.

It is hereby ordered under authority contained in the Act of June 21, 1906 (34 Stat. 325-326) that the trust period on the following allotments, made to Modoc Indians in Oklahoma, which trust expires during the calendar year 1926, be, and is hereby, extended for a period of 10 years:

Allotment No. Name of allottee. Allotment No. Name of allottee.
29 Lucy Pleasant. 45 Fredrick Ingalls.
30 Hazel Clinton. 62 Charley Miller.
32 Dolly Lawvor. 63 Kate Pleasant.

CALVIN COOLIDGE.

THE WHITE HOUSE, July 1, 1926.


ABSENTEE SHAWNEE AND CITIZEN POTAWATOMI.

It is hereby ordered under authority contained in Section 5 of the Act of February 8, 1887 (24 Stat. L., 388-389), that the trust periods on allotments of the Absentee Shawnee and Citizen Potawatomi Tribes in Oklahoma, 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 are hereby extended for a further period of ten years, excepting only in the following instances:

ABSENTEE SHAWNEE TRIBE.

Allotment No. Name of allottee. Allotment No. Name of allottee.
11 William Shawnee, Sr.(deceased). 12 William E. Shawnee (deceased).

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CITIZEN POTAWATOMI TRIBE.

153 Caroline Peltier. 720 John E. Beaubien (deceased).
245 Kate Burnett. 721 Eliza S. Beaubien (deceased).
288 Rosa Bumbaugh (deceased). 726 James N. Ogee.
363 Mary Schroffered (deceased). 733 Nancy Fehlig.
400 John Curley. 815 Madeline Albright, nee Cumings (deceased).
476 Francis Melot (deceased).    
497 Mary M. Trousdale. 847 Matilda Phelps (deceased).
537 Sarah Ann Johnson (deceased). 855 Leo Bourassa (deceased).
574 Addison Doc Davenport (deceased). 980 Elizabeth Dimbler (deceased).
600 R. A. Ogee. 1010 Maggie Navarre (deceased).
703 Non-ne-ke-kat (deceased) Expiration of trust applies only to SW. ¼ NE. ¼ Sec. 8, T. 7 N., R. 4 E., I. M. Okla., now held under trust by partition. 1050 Joseph DeGraff.

CALVIN COOLIDGE.

THE WHITE HOUSE, December 23, 1926.


OTTAWA, SENECA, AND WYANDOTTE.

It is hereby ordered under authority contained in Section 5 of the act of February 8, 1887 (24 Stat. 388-389), that the trust periods on the allotments of the Ottawa, Seneca and Wyandotte Indians in Oklahoma, where the trust expires during the calendar year 1927, be, and hereby are, extended for a period of ten years from the dates of expiration, with the exception of the following:

OTTAWA.

Allotment No. Name. Allotment No. Name.
28 Rachael Jones now Offutt. 41 Leona Williams.

SENECA.

24 Alexander Z. Spicer. 216 John Smith (deceased).
51 Louis N. Davis. 217 Maria Smith (deceased).
61 Jack Spicer. 219 Kiram Smith (deceased).
80 Julia C. Splitlog now Nuckolls. 223 Harry Smith.
84 Clara Whitecrow now Smith. 228 Sarah M. Nichols.
121 John Kingfisher. 242 Mary Bearskin.
131 Thomas Winney. 251 Malinda Splitlog now Tanner.
178 Julia Bomberry now Smith 289 Henry Clinton Denney.

WYANDOTTE.

11 W. P. Johnson. 154 Hettie Hicks.
32 John Zane. 165 James M. Long, Sr. (deceased).
98 Huldah Cotter. 234 Becky McDaniel.
135 George W. Wright. 241 Mary Robitaille (deceased).
137 Charles G. Wright.    

CALVIN COOLIDGE

THE WHITE HOUSE, February 17, 1927.


CHEYENNE & ARAPAHO.

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 the allotments of the Cheyenne & Arapaho Indians in Oklahoma, which trust expires during the calendar

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year 1927 be, and is hereby, extended for a period of ten years from the dates of expiration, with the exception of the following:

Allotment No. Name. Allotment No. Name.
252 Medicine Sack (deceased). 1357 Owl (deceased).
329 Mrs. Anderson Chamberlain (deceased). 1413-a Clara Thunder.
501 Old Crooked Woman (deceased). 1416 Bitchea (deceased).
532-a Robert Starr. 1418 Young Bull (deceased).
891-b Dan (Jimmie Tall Sun). 1419 Chicken Hawk (deceased).
961 Mary A. Davis. 1258-a Crawford Dyer.
1288-b John Levi. 1731 Striking First (deceased).

CALVIN COOLIDGE

THE WHITE HOUSE, February 17, 1927.


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