INDIAN AFFAIRS: LAWS & TREATIES


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.


Transcribed by Linda Craig




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

WISCONSIN.

ONEIDA.

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 allotments of the Oneida Indians in Wisconsin, which trust expires during the calendar year 1917, be, and is hereby, extended for a period of one year from the date of expiration, with the exception of the following:

Name

Allotment No.

Name

Allotment No.

Adams, Simon

40

King, Simon

432

Cornelius, Casper

872

Powless, Charles

1006

Cornelius, Genie

865

Powless, Richard

104

Cornelius, Eli

109

Skenendooh, Annie (Amy)

1253

Cornelius, Isajah

729

Skenendooh, Anderson

1248

Cornelius, Jesse

863

Skenadore, Ida

605

Cornelius, Melissa

731

Skenendooh, William

603

Cornelius, Willie

866

Smith, Dempster

75

Danforth, Albert

954

Smith, Eugene

74

Doxtater, Robinson

626

Smith, Robert

76

Doxtater, Sophia

627

Swamp, Jonas

1376

House, Johnson

520

 

 

WOODROW WILSON.
THE WHITE HOUSE,
19 May, 1917.

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 following allotments made to Indians on the Oneida Reservation in Wisconsin, which trust expires June 12, 1918, be, and is hereby, extended for. 8, period of nine years from said date:

Name

No. of Allotment.

Name

No. of Allotment.

Baird, Electa

616

Metoxen, Simon B

905

Cornelius, William (Lit)

727

Powless, William

317

Denny, Lewis

527

Powless, Simon

1045

Doxtater, Anthony

997

Skenendooh, John L. W

597

Doxtater, Lewis (John)

1091

Skenendooh, Solomon

632

Doxtater, Joseph

1093

Skenendooh, Stella

601

Doxtater, Levi

1094

Skenendooh, Daniel S

1410

Doxtater, William

1305

Stevens, Mary

347

Green, James

934

Stevens, Baptist

442

Hill, Edward "Neddy"

1334

Summers, Lewis

894

Johnson, Cornelius

283

Summers, Electa

519

Johnson, Kate

1164

Swamp, Jacob

206

King, Antone

431

Schuyler, William

1284

King, Henry

202

Thomas, Wilson

1378

King, Joshua

617

Webster, Daniel

510

King, Angeline

709

Webster, Johnson

1326

King, George, 2nd

887

Williams, Jeremiah

1342

Metoxen, Jonas

1015

 

 

WOODROW WILSON.
THE WHITE HOUSE,
4 May, 1918.

The following is from Chapter 3 of "An Illustrated History of the State of Wisconsin..." By Charles Richard Tuttle; Publ. 1875:

We may properly close this chapter with the following list of Indian treaties, all of which have to do, either directly or indirectly, with the relinquishment of the territory now included within the boundaries of the State of Wisconsin.

We are indebted to the Collections of the Wisconsin Historical Society for this list.


1804. Nov. 3, at St. Louis, between Gov. William H. Harrison, and the Sauks and Foxes, at which Southern Wisconsin was purchased.
1816. May 18, at St. Louis, confirming that of Nov. 3, 1804, with a portion of the Winnebago tribe, residing on the Wisconsin River.
1816. Aug. 24, at St. Louis, with Ottawas, Chippewas, and Pottawattomies residing on the Illinois and Milwaukee Rivers & c. Lands relinquished to the Indians, except nine miles square, at Prairie du Chien.
1817. March 30, at St. Louis, with the Menomonees. A treaty of peace, friendship, &c.
1821.Tthe Oneida and Stockbridge Indians settled near Green Bay.
1822. Sept. 3, at Fort Armstrong, with the Sauk and Fox tribes.
1825, Aug. 1 and 19, at Prairie du Chien, with Sioux and Chippewas, Sauks and Foxes, Winnebagoes, Ottawas, Pottawattomies, & c. Boundary between Sioux and Chippewas agreed upon also between the Chippewas, and between the Winnebagoes and other tribes.
1826. Aug. 5, at Fond du Lac, with the Chippewas, who assent to the boundaries agreed upon at Prairie du Chien.
1827. Aug. 11, at Butte des Morts, with the Menomonees,. in which they relinquish their right to a tract of land near Green Bay.
1828. at Green Bay. Purchase of the lead-mine region.
1829. July 29, at Prairie, with the Winnebagoes. Purchase of the lead-mine region confirmed.
1831. Feb. 8, at Washington, with the Menomonees, who ceded to the United States all their lands east of the Milwaukee River, Lake Winnebago, and Green Bay.
1832. Oct. 27, with the Menomonees. Lands purchased for the New York Indians.
1833. Sept. 26, at Chicago. Lands south and west of the Milwaukee River purchased of the Chippewas, Pottawattomies, and Ottawas.
1836. Sept. 3, at Green Bay, with the Menomonees. Lands purchased west of Green Bay, and a strip on the Upper Wisconsin River.
1837. July 29, at Fort Snelling, by Gov. Dodge, with the Chippewas. Lands south of the divide between the waters of Lake Superior and those of the Mississippi ceded to the government.
1837. Sept. 29, with the Sioux. Lands east of the Mississippi ceded to the government.
1837. Nov. 1, with the Winnebagoes, who ceded all their lands east of the Mississippi River to the government.
1842. Oct. 4, at La Pointe, with the Chippewas. Lands ceded, & c.
1848. Oct. 18, with the Menomonees, who ceded all their lands in Wisconsin.
1848. Nov. 24, with the Stockbridges; purchase of their reservation on the east shore of Lake Winnebago.


"An Illustrated History of the State of Wisconsin..." By Charles Richard Tuttle; Publ. 1875;
Transcribed and donated by Andrea Stawski Pack.


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