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 IV—UNRATIFIED TREATIES

Treaty With The Sho-Sho-Nee Nation Of Indians
Treaty With The Capote Band Of Utahs In New Mexico
Treaty With The Mohuache Band Of The Utahs
Treaty With Mixed Bands Of Bannacks And Shoshonees
Treaty With The Utah, Yampah Ute, Pah-Vant, Sanpete Ute, Tim-P-Nogs And Cum-Nm-Bah      Bands Of The Utah Indians
Treaty With The Weber Ute Band Of Utah Indians
Treaty With Crow Nation Of Indians, Montana
Treaty With The Assiniboines
Treaty With The Uintah And Yampa Or Grand River Bands Of Utah Indians
Treaty With The Shoshones, Bannacks, And Sheepeaters
Chickasaw Treaty Or Certificate

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October 30, 1865  | Unratified.

TREATY WITH THE WEBER UTE BAND OF UTAH INDIANS, OCTOBER, 30, 1865
Article 1 | 2 | 3

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Articles of Agreement, and Convention made and concluded at G.S.L. City, U.T. in the territory of Utah this 30th day of October Eighteen hundred and sixty five by O.H.. Irish, Superintendent of Indian Affairs for said Territory. Commissioner on the part of the United States and the undersigned. Chiefs head-men and delegates of the Weber Ute band of Utah Indians, occupying lands within Utah Territory on behalf of said Indians and duly authorized by them.

ART. 1.

Whereas the treaty made and concluded at Spanish Fork Indian Farm on the eighth day of June A.D. 1865 between the United States and the several hands or tribes of Utah Indians having been read and fully interpreted and explained to the Chiefs head-men and delegates of the Weber Ute band of Utah Indians. Thereupon

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they the said bands of Indians agree to faithfully observe and abide by all the provisions stipulations and agreements contained in said treaty and they do hereby surrender and relinquish to the United States all their possessory right of occupancy in and to all of the land heretofore claimed and occupied by them within the defined boundaries of the Territory of Utah as described in the second article of said Treaty.

ART. 2.

In consideration of the foregoing agreement on the part of the said Indians and their relinquishment of their right of possession to the lands within Utah Territory as mentioned and described in the said treaty. The United States agree and stipulate to secure to the members of said Weber Ute band of Indians all the rights, and privileges guaranteed by the treaty aforesaid made and concluded at Spanish Fork, Indian Farm on the eighth day of June A.D. 1865 between the United States and the several bands of Utah Indians jointly with said band or tribe of Indians and they the said band of Indians do further hereby agree to confederate with the several bands of Utah Indians parties to the said treaty and to remove to and settle upon the Uintah Indian Reservation within one year after the ratification of this treaty provided the means are furnished them by the United States to enable them to do so. Whenever they shall be entitled to and shall participate jointly with the Utah co-parties to the said treaty in all of the annuities and the advantages to be derived from the improvements and schools therein provided for.

ART. 3.

This treaty shall be obligatory on the contracting parties as soon as the same shall be ratified by the President and Senate of the United States.

In testimony whereof the O H Irish Superintendent of Indian Affairs for Utah Territory and the undersigned. Chiefs head-men and delegates of the aforesaid band of Indians have set their hands at the place on the day and year hereinbefore.

O.H. IRISH, Supt-Ind Affairs Commissioner.

SEE-GO-ETT his x mark
TOW-ICH his x mark
NAR-A-COOTS his x mark
WAH-KER his x mark
TO-A-BITCH his x mark
PE-DO his x mark
TO-NE-OO his x mark
OBER-ICH his x mark
SO-NEEP his x mark
WILLIAM his x mark
KID-IP his x mark
SAM his x mark
KUB-ER-UUP his x mark
CHARLEY his x mark
OLD JOHN his x mark

Executed in presence of

F.H. HEAD
H.C. DOLL
Clerk of Utah Superintendency.
D.B. HUNTINGTON,
     Interpreter.


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