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Page 4 of 15
Community
Myaamia Center
Category
Government & Business, Land & Place
Summary
Opinion: The opinion of the Commissioner regarding the valuation of the lands in Royce Area 99.
Page 3 of 15
Community
Myaamia Center
Category
Government & Business, Land & Place
Summary
Opinion: The Commission considered proposed amendments to the findings regarding the value of the land. It was found that the original findings were accurate and the original award amount was slightly increased.
Page 6 of 8
Community
Myaamia Center
Category
Government & Business, Land & Place
Summary
Opinion: The Miami Indians of Indiana requested that the Kansas land values offset only the award granted to the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma. The Commission denied the request as the 1840 treaty was agreed upon by the Miami Tribe before removal.
Page 2 of 15
Community
Myaamia Center
Category
Government & Business, Land & Place
Summary
Opinion: The Miami Tribe of Oklahoma made claims about the sale of Royce Area 99 in Indiana. The court decided that the Miami Tribe had claim to the land at this time and decided to continue to deliberate whether the government owed any additional money.
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15 pages
Community
Myaamia Center
Category
Government & Business, Land & Place
Summary
The Miami Tribe brought claims forward about Royce Area 99 in Indiana.
Community
Myaamia Center
Category
Government & Business, Land & Place
Summary
Findings: The findings of the Commission were able to verify that the Miami, Wea, and Delaware had claims to the land in Royce Area 99.
Royce 132, 146, 180, 181.jpg
5 pages
Community
Myaamia Center
Category
Government & Business, Land & Place
Summary
The Commission considered the claims of the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma as well as several other tribes in regards to the sale of land in Michigan and Indiana.
Community
Myaamia Center
Category
Government & Business, Land & Place
Summary
Final Judgement: The Commission announced the final award amount of $1,373,000.00, less offsets outlined in the "Stipulation For Entry OF Final Judgement" document.
Page 8 of 8
Community
Myaamia Center
Category
Government & Business, Land & Place
Summary
Findings: The Miami Tribe of Oklahoma and the Miami Indians of Indiana both met in their respective areas to decide on the proposed final award. Both groups agreed to the proposal and the motions were passed.
Page 4 of 5
Community
Myaamia Center
Category
Government & Business, Land & Place
Summary
Opinion: The Miami Tribe of Oklahoma as well as the Miami Indians of Indiana, in conjunction with several other tribes in the area, presented claims against the United States and the Commission offered their opinion on the claims.
Page 5 of 8
Community
Myaamia Center
Category
Government & Business, Land & Place
Summary
Interlocutory Order: The Commission announced the award due to the Miami people based on the 1834 and 1838 treaties. It was also announced that further investigation into the Kansas land values would be necessary to determine the 1840 treaty award.
Page 4 of 8
Community
Myaamia Center
Category
Government & Business, Land & Place
Summary
Opinion: The Commission settled a dispute as to who would receive the final award by determining both groups of Miami people would share in the award. The fair market value of lands ceded in treaties from 1834, 1838, and 1840 was considered.