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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.
Page 3 of 5
Community
Myaamia Center
Category
Government & Business
Summary
The Indian Claims Commission transferred the remaining appeals to the United States Court of Claims as time had run out for a decision to be made by the Commission.
Page 3 of 8
Community
Myaamia Center
Category
Government & Business, Land & Place
Summary
Findings: The Commission considered evidence of land values brought forward by both the Miami Tribe and the United States government.
Page 2 of 5
Community
Myaamia Center
Category
Government & Business, Land & Place
Summary
Final Award: The Commission awarded the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma $1,259,147.80 for lands ceded in previous treaties.
Page 2 of 8
Community
Myaamia Center
Category
Government & Business, Land & Place
Summary
Final Award: The Commission announced the final award for the Miami people to be $773,131.25.
Page 2 of 4
Community
Myaamia Center
Category
Government & Business, Land & Place
Summary
Findings: Several Miami people made statements about their ties to the tribe and the proceedings of each meeting held to determine the consolidation proposal.
Community
Myaamia Center
Category
Government & Business, Land & Place
Summary
The map details the land which was ceded to the United States and the tribes sought proper payment after this time during the Indian Claims Commission.
Community
Myaamia Center
Category
Government & Business, Land & Place
Summary
Findings: The Miami Tribe of Oklahoma and the Miami Indians of Indiana agreed to consolidate the dockets. Meetings were held in both Indiana and Oklahoma so that Miami people in both areas could voice their opinions.