3 edition of Deed and other records of the Office of Indian Affairs. found in the catalog.
Deed and other records of the Office of Indian Affairs.
United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary
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With an approved lease contract, Tribes (and Individual Indian owners of allotted trust land), can enter into mortgages of their leasehold interest. •25 CFR § Leasehold mortgage means a mortgage, deed of trust, or other instrument that pledges a lessee’s leasehold interest as security for a debt or other. Quebec: Secretary’s Office, (Family History Library book R2s; film item 10; fiche , computer number ) Except for a few books that contain transcriptions of some early records, the Family History Library has almost no other land records for Quebec based on the seigneurial system.
The Land Records Department acts as a custodian for the recording and maintenance of all public records connected to real estate in Howard County. Our research room is open to the public. Information is obtained by self-research and copies are readily available for a fee. The Clerk's Office is prohibited by law from providing legal assistance. On the 85 rolls of this microfilm publication are reproduced the Special Files of the Office of Indian Affairs, The Bureau of Indian Affairs, usually known as the Office of Indian Affairs until , was established within the War Department in From to Indian affairs were administered in the Office of the Secretary of.
RECORDS OF THE FIVE CIVILIZED TRIBES AGENCY. From its creation in until the late 's, the staff of the Union Agency generally included only the Superintendent, several clerks, and thirty to forty Indian Policemen who assisted with the occasional distribution of payments to tribal members and the constant effort to remove non-Indians from the lands of the Five . It seems to me there can be but one interpretation, and that is, any of the book, papers and records remaining and belonging to the Territory of Dakota in any of the offices of the Territory—in the Auditor’s office, in the Treasurer’s office, the Governor’s office, in all the public offices They are the archives.”.
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The Indian Land Record of Title is the official record of title documents and instruments affecting Indian land that require approval by the Secretary or other Federal officials. The Division of Land Titles and Records (DLTR), and its 18 Land Titles and Records Offices (LTRO), are the official Federal offices-of-record for all documents.
INDIAN AFFAIRS RECORDS SCHEDULE SERIES: Real Estate Services and Land, Title and Records Office Records consist of incoming and outgoing originals or copies of correspondence, reports, forms, and other records that pertain.
to the program activities of the office in which these records are created and maintained. Title and Records File Size: KB. Land Titles and Records Office () The Land Titles of Records Office (LTRO) has the Federal responsibility to provide accurate, timely and cost effective federal land title service to Individual Indians and Tribes.
the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Muskogee. To avoid expensive curative, if faced with a title requirement regarding Indian restrictions, always check with the Bureau of Indian Affairs Office to determine if Indian restrict-ions were removed from the subject land.
The removal of restrictions may not be apparent to the examining attorney. InFile Size: KB. (record group 75) overview of records locations table of contents administrative history records of the office of the secretary of war relating to indian affairs records of the office of indian trade general records of the bureau of indian affairs records of the commissioner of indian affairs and his immediate.
restricted land transactions, as amended by the American Indian Probate Reform Act ofP.L. () ( Stat. ), which poses a five (5) year prohibition on the approval of any application to terminate the trust status or remove the restriction of such interest being.
Tax deed auctions are also performed by this department. NOTICE: F.S. Service charges-- The Clerk of the Circuit Court shall charge for services rendered manually or electronically by the clerk's office in recording documents and instruments and in performing other specified duties.
Bureau of Indian Affairs Allotment Records, Applications, Case Files, Rolls Background on the Bureau of Indian Affairs Photograph from an industrial survey report of Fort Bidwell Agency, California.
The photograph presumably depicts Bieber Quinn, Leroy Quinn, Sally Ann Quinn, and Sally Jack sitting on a front porch., ca. (National Archives Identifier. Bureau of Indian Affairs APPLICATION FOR GIFT DEED TO Applicant: Reservation: ID # Tract Number: FOR INDIAN LAND Township Reservation, Application is hereby made for the DEED of the following described land: An undivided W.
ofthe interest in the RM., Section County, Minnesota, consisting of acres, more or Size: 84KB. The First Book of Records of the Town of Southampton with other Ancient Documents of Historic Value. John H. Hunt, Printer, Sag Harbor, New York More than a book of records, William S. Pelletreau's first volume of "ancient documents" contains the transcriptions of Indian deeds, patents, and other legal documents that defined the.
The Narragansett Indian Records Collection features documents from the State Archives' holdings. The majority of the Collection may have been organized by the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, an office established by a Janu act of the General Assembly, to oversee the affairs of the Narragansett Indian Tribe and to settle.
American Indians were also included in other non-agency records, such as the general population schedules of the Census Bureau, local deed books, military records, and many others.
After the Indian Reorganization Act was passed inand in some cases earlier, tribes established governments which administered the affairs of the tribe and. Land Records for the First People in Indiana are found in the Auditor of State Land Records Collections.
Native American names are frequently found among the correspondence, Registers of Receipt Books for the various land offices, and Treaty Maps. They are sometimes the subject under consideration in both the Territorial and Supreme Court records. Part 1 BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS Office of Trust Services Land Title and Records Offices For Indian land located in the: Go to the LTRO at: Alaska Region Anchorage, AK Eastern Region Anadarko, OK Eastern Oklahoma Region (including the Miami Agency)* Muskogee, OK Great Plains Region Aberdeen, SD Midwest Region Ashland, WI Navajo Region Albuquerque, NM.
Other recorded Indian deeds are found in series A Dutch Patents and Deeds, Letters Patent (Book 5), and A Warrants of Survey, Powers of Attorney, Indian Deeds, and Other Miscellaneous Records (all three series are discussed below).
A late eighteenth or early nineteenth century transcription of Indian treaties in the period File Size: KB. The Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) is an agency of the federal government of the United States within the U.S. Department of the is responsible for the administration and management of 55, acres (, km 2) of land held in trust by the United States for American Indians, Indian Tribes and Alaska Natives.
The BIA is one of two bureaus under the Headquarters: Main Interior Building, C. INDIAN RIVER County makes no warranty or guarantee concerning the accuracy or reliability of the content at this site or at other sites to which we link.
Assessing accuracy and reliability of information is the responsibility of the user. We help startups take off. From startups to Fortune companies, Minnesota is the place for businesses to grow and thrive. Learn more about business development, business financing, tax credits and benefits, community financing and training.
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The collection includes 20 rolls of microfilm of the correspondence of the Secretary of War Also included in this record group are one roll of records of the office of Indian Affairs, Department of the Interiorand one roll of the field papers of the Sault Size: KB. The following microfilm publication presents the Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, –, filmed from the holdings of the National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.
This collection consists of the documents composing decimal numbers (Education, General), (Rules and Regulations), and. ernment. First, Indian claims to that land had to be cleared, so U.S. commissioners met representatives of several Indian tribes at Ft.
McIntosh in and con-cluded a treaty that called for restricting most Ohio Indians in a reserve between the Cuyahoga and Maumee rivers. Most Ohio lands would now be open for settlement.Bureau of Indian Affairs Systems of Records Notices Property Loan Agreement Files–Interior, BIA-1 Categories of individuals covered by the system: Individual Indians or non-Indians having a need for Government- owned real or personal property for use in a Bureau program.The Bureau of Indian Affairs, commonly called the Office of Indian Affairs untilwas created within the War Department in where it operated until In the Office of correspondence and filed with some other series of records of the Office, a notation sometimes was made in the register and a cross-reference placed with the File Size: KB.