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Leasing of unallotted irrigable land on Indian reservations.

United States. Congress. House

Leasing of unallotted irrigable land on Indian reservations.

by United States. Congress. House

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indians of North America -- Land tenure,
  • Indian reservations,
  • Lease and rental services

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesLeasing unallotted irrigable land on Indian reservations
    SeriesH.rp.1509
    ContributionsUnited States. Congress. House. Committee on Indian Affairs
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination1 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16147427M

      It changed the standard for water quantity to irrigate Indian reservation land from "beneficial use" to "practicably irrigable acreage" and authorized the Interior secretary to Author: Earl Zarbin. Memorandum for the Secretary: The Commissioner of Indian Affairs having submitted to you for signature an order proposing to revoke all prior orders opening unallotted Indian lands to prospecting, location and lease under Section 26 of the act of J (41 Stat. 31), as amended March 3, (41 Stat. ), and Decem (44 Stat. ), Sec.

    Some cattle ranchers were using Indian land for grazing, although they were supposed to leave in the winter, they did not always and were actually living on reservation land. Because of non-Indians living illegally on a small strip at the eastern edge of the reservation, the boundary line was moved and this land was eliminated from the reservation. The Dawes Act of (also known as the General Allotment Act or the Dawes Severalty Act of ; named after Senator Henry L. Dawes of Massachusetts) authorized the President of the United States to subdivide Native American tribal landholdings into allotments for Native American heads of families and individuals, transferring traditional systems of land tenure into government-imposed Enacted by: the 49th United States Congress.

      When the Homestead Act opened the unallotted reservation land to settlement by non-Indians, newcomers eagerly staked out the prime farmland in the middle of the valleys. taxation. It does say unalloted lands on Indian reservations are subject to lease for mining purposes under the '38 Act. QUESTION i But this proviso for taxation in the Act doesn’t say that leases executed under the Act shall be subject to taxation. It says that leases on unallotted land shall be subject to taxation.


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Leasing of unallotted irrigable land on Indian reservations by United States. Congress. House Download PDF EPUB FB2

The unallotted irrigable lands on any Indian reservation may be leased for farming purposes for not to exceed ten years with the consent of the tribal council, business committee, or other authorized body representative of the Indians, under such rules and regulations as the Secretary of the Interior.

Get this from a library. Regulations governing the leasing, for production of oil and gas, of unallotted lands within the ceded portion of the Shoshone Indian reservation. [United States. Office of Indian. They are designed to provide the user with information required to respond to general inquiries.

Due to the uniqueness and complexities of Indian law and Federal tax law, it is imperative to ensure a full understanding of the specific question presented, and to perform the requisite research to ensure a correct response is provided.

Unallotted lands, or such portion thereof as the Secretary of the Interior shall determine, within Indian reservations withheld prior to Jfrom disposition under the mining laws may be declared by the Secretary of the Interior to be subject to exploration for the discovery of deposits of gold, silver, copper, and other valuable.

Page 5 - That lands within said reservation, whether allotted, unallotted, or otherwise disposed of, shall be subject to all laws of the United States prohibiting the introduction of intoxicating liquors into the Indian country until otherwise provided by Congress.

Lease of unallotted irrigable lands for farming purposes § Leases of lands held in trust § a. Lease of lands on Port Madison and Snohomish or Tulalip Indian Reservations in Washington § a–1.

Sale or partition by owners of interests in allotted lands in the Tulalip Reservation; termination of Federal title, trust, and restrictions.

On this page you will find useful information about doing business on Indian lands. Fee - non trust individuals who could be Indian or non Indian who own lands on reservations. Indian Mineral Development Act (IMDA)- Specialized tribal lease under Indian Mineral Development Act of (IMDA) 25 U.S.C.

Secs. The Indian & The Law -- 2. By THEODORE H. HAAS, Chief Counsel on the public lands above and outside the reserve so as to prejudice the rights of the Indians to irrigate the irrigable land of such reservation or such part of the land as the Indians reasonably might be expected to use.

Nevertheless, the extent of the reserved water right. The lands of the Five Civilized Tribes in Indian Territory were held as tribal domains, and, pursuant to treaties, tribal consent was scribes these allotments in his book, Oklahoma Indian Land Titles (see Appendix B).

The individual allotment or from unallotted Indian lands. In File Size: KB. The Cheyenne River Indian Reservation was created by the United States in by breaking up the Great Sioux Reservation, following the attrition of the Lakota in a series of wars in the s.

The reservation covers almost all of Dewey and Ziebach counties in South addition, many small parcels of off-reservation trust land are located in Stanley, Haakon, and Meade es: Dewey, Haakon, Meade, Stanley, Ziebach.

An Act To authorize the leasing of unallotted irrigable land on Indian reservations. SIXTY-NINTH CONGRESS. Acqisiton estate, etc., proaches, etc.

of real for ap- Condemnation ceedings. pro. United States of America in Congress assembled, That the unallotted Lease of runalotted rrgable lands on, for irrigable lands on any Indian reservation may be leased for farming. Full text of "Opening of the Crow (Mont.) Indian gs before the Committee on Indian Affairs, United States Senate, Sixty-fourth Congress, first [and second] session, on S.a bill for the opening and settlement of a part of the Crow Indian Reservation in the state of Montana.

Indians, Bureaucrats, and Land: The Dawes Act and the Decline of Indian Farming Issue 36 of Contributions in economics and economic history, ISSN History e-book project: Author: Leonard A. Carlson: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: Greenwood Press, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: ISBN.

lized Tribes, i.e., the Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek and Semi-nole tribes; 2. The treaties and statutes governing the lands of the Osage Nation; and 3. The General Allotment Act which applies to all other tribes. The general theme of Oklahoma Indian titles is that the federalAuthor: D. Faith Orlowski, Robbie Emery Burke.

Indian Reservation,” Janu ). After it was determined that a tract of valuable land had been inadvertently severed from the Reservation by the Executive Order, a Case cvJJT Document 72 Filed 09/05/14 Page 3 of Strip Mining on Reservation Lands: Protecting the Environment and the Rights of Indian Allotment Owners David H.

Anderson Associate; Meserve, Mumper and Hughes, Los Angeles, California Follow this and additional works at: Part of theLaw CommonsAuthor: David H.

Anderson. Golden Checkerboard () is a book by Ed Ainsworth. Its subject matter concerns the midth century economic conditions of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians of Palm Springs, California, and the history of the year lease law which enabled them to commercially develop tribal owned focuses on Indio Superior Court Judge Hilton McCabe, who is described as "The Little White Author: Ed Ainsworth.

Act Mar. 2,ch.§5, 45 Stat.provided that: "The restrictions concerning lands and funds of allotted Osage Indians, as provided in this Act and all prior Acts now in force, shall apply to unallotted Osage Indians born since July 1,or after the passage of this Act, and to their heirs of Osage Indian blood, except that.

lease unallotted irrigable lands on any reservation for farming for ten years without the consent of the tribal council, business committee, or Henry E. Fritz is professor of history at St. Olaf College, Nortbfield, Minnesota. * Journal of the Southwest.

Section a: Lease of unallotted irrigable lands for farming purposes Section Leases of lands held in trust Section a: Lease of lands on Port Madison and Snohomish or Tulalip Indian Reservations in Washington. Infor example, Janet McDonnell in her book The Dispossession of the American Indian, wrote: "Although the Dawes Act clearly specified that the government allot only land classified for farming or grazing in order to create self-sufficient farmers, allotting agents began assigning land that was unsuitable for either of these.Range survey sheets and timber scale books, Financial assistance grant records, Soil and range inventories, with accompanying maps, Soil and range inventory maps of the Zuni Indian Reservation, Tribal leases, Land lease case files, Canceled oil and gas lease files,