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.
Findings: The Deputy Commissioner details the notice, meeting, and quorum. The Miami Council met to vote on whether the tribe would accept or decline the settlement proposed by the Indian Claims Commission.
Findings: The Commission conducted research into the value of the land the tribes brought forth claims about in Michigan and Indiana. The history of the migration patterns and land values of the area is detailed.
Opinion: The Commission details that the tribe can make no further claims in regards to the land addressed in this Docket and find that the settlement is fair and equitable to the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma.
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.