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Sale of dead timber on Indian reservations.
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Indian Affairs
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tions of an Indian agent, the desire to possess a particular piece of land, or a few bottles of bad whiskey are some of the more common ones. In the case of the Leech Lake uprising one of the inciting causes was, apparently, certain irregularities in regard to the disposal of the dead and fallen timber on the Leech Lake Size: 1MB. § Sale of timber on unallotted lands. Under regulations prescribed by the Secretary of the Interior, the timber on unallotted trust land in Indian reservations or on other land held in trust for tribes may be sold in accordance with the principles of sustained-yield management or to convert the land to a more desirable use.
With Congress passing the Siletz Indian Inherited Lands Act in , restrictions on the amount of allotment land an individual member could hold in trust were applied, and as a result, Siletz allotments were speedily lost from trust status and tribal member ownership (generally sold by advertised sale by the Siletz Agency of BIA). A Cultural resource management plan for timber sale and forest development areas on the Mescalero Apache Indian Reservation: Publication Type: Book: Place Published: Albuquerque, NM: Publisher: Forestry Archeological Program Bureau of Indian Affairs Albuquerque Area Office: Year: Keywords.
2. Section 7 of the Act of Congress of J , 36 Stat. , , 25 U.S.C.A. § , provides that the 'timber on unallotted lands of any Indian reservation may be sold under regulations to be prescribed by the Secretary of the Interior, and the proceeds from such sales shall be used for the benefit of the Indians of the reservation in such manner as he may direct'. Dead Timber State Recreation Area is a Nebraska state park in Dodge County, Nebraska in the United States. The park is acres (81 ha) and sits at an elevation of 1, feet ( m). The park is open for year-round recreation including fishing, camping, and non-powered boating. Dead Timber State Recreation Area is north of Scribner on U.S. Route Location: Dodge County, Nebraska, United States.
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Disposition of dead timber on reservations in Minnesota; 25 U.S the Chippewa Indians of Minnesota who have any interest or right in the proceeds derived from the Sale of dead timber on Indian reservations.
book of ceded Indian lands or the timber growing thereon, whereof the fee is still in the United States, to fell, cut, remove, or dispose of the dead timber, otherwise than by.
At this time, there was no general authority to sell growing timber on allotted and unallotted land within reservations; there was only provision for the sale of dead timber under the law of 16 February Boating Camping Fishing Hiking Hunting Picnicking Located north of Scribner on HighwayDead Timber is a acre area with opportunities for camping, fishing and non-powered boating.
The area offers offers peaceful seclusion for an afternoon or a weekend. A state park permit is required. Attractions Camping Fees A park entry permit is required and. The Secretary of the Interior may in his discretion, from year to year, under such regulations as he may prescribe, authorize the Indians residing on any Indian reservation in the State of Minnesota, whether the same has been allotted in severalty or is still unallotted, to fell, cut, remove, sell, or otherwise dispose of the dead timber, standing or fallen on such reservation.
The money has come from sale of reservation lands that has some of the best pine timber in North America. The last big tract was sold to the Federal Government itself to be part of a national forest. Mysteries Set on Native American Reservations There are some great series about and featuring Native Americans.
The most famous, of course, are Tony Hillerman's Navajo mysteries. Contracts for the sale to a lumber company of timber on unallotted land of the Klamath Indian Reservation, executed by the Superintendent of the Klamath Indian school for and on behalf of the Klamath Indians, pursuant to § 7 of the Act of Jand under regulations and with the approval of the Secretary of the Interior, the moneys.
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Plaintiffs Barclay reported the income derived from the sale of timber on the Warm S prings Indian Reservation in Oregon in their tax returns for the calendar years, and as long - term capital gains; plaintiffs Dahl did the same thing in their returns for the years,and Indian Health Services Indian Housing Authority IRMP To streamline the Timber Sale Process by developing a 5-year timber sale plan consistent with the Colville Agency Integrated Resource Management Plan (IRMP), specifically to harvest 78 mmbf annually and to review inoperable areas.
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During the s, the Navajo had to deal with an American govern. Land leases, Indian rights-of-way records maintained by the title plant, with accompanying maps, 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, It was drafted by B.
Fernow. A law was enacted forbidding timber trespass on Indian reservations. A law regulating the sale and use of dead timber on Indian lands, plus later amendments, was an important practical development in American forestry.
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The Forestry Program undertakes forest land management activities on Indian forest land to develop, maintain, and enhance the forest resources in accordance with the principles of sustained yield and with the standards and objectives set forth in forest management Size: KB.
dead timber on Indian reservations, pursuant to the act of Febru10 per cent. of the proceeds of such timber when sold is required to be paid Into the poor fund of the tribe. Archaeological Clearance Survey of the Zuni Mistletoe Sanitation Timber Sale Area, Zuni Indian Reservation.
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The Indians at Leech Lake subsisted mainly on the sale of the reservation's timber, but timber companies were exploiting a loophole in the law that allowed them to take dead pine from the reservation and pay the tribe just a fraction of what it was worth.
Loggers set brush fires to acres of reservation land to scorch trees, make them appear. Until its closure by state officials, its four liquor stores sold more than 4m cans of beer a year, almost entirely to members of Lakota Sioux tribe on the Pine Ridge Indian reservation, where the.The contract, denominated a "Timber Sales Contract," provided that the Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs Reservation "agree to sell" and the "purchaser agrees to buy * ** all merchantable dead timber * * * and all "merchantable live timber" marked for logging by officials of the Indian Service.