Submissions from 1847
Report of the Secretary of War, communicating a report from the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, in answer to a resolution of the Senate calling for copies of instructions to commissioners under the 17th article of the Cherokee Treaty of 1835-'36.
Resolutions of the Legislature of Illinois, in favor of the adjustment and payment of claims for aid and advances furnished by individuals to the expedition under General George Rogers Clark, in 1778-'79, known as the "Illinois Campaign.".
Statements showing 1st. Appropriations made during the 2d session of the 29th Congress; 2d. The officers created, and the salaries thereof; 3d. The offices the salaries of which have been increased, with the amount of such increase, during the same period.
Submissions from 1849
Submissions from 1854
Submissions from 1868
Letter of the Secretary of the Interior, communicating a statement from the Acting Commissioner of Indian Affairs, showing the items omitted and changes made in the bill making appropriations for the Indian service for the year ending June 30, 1869.
Letter of the Secretary of the Interior, communicating, in compliance with a resolution of the 16th ultimo, information in relation to prohibiting Oneida Indians from cutting and removing timber from the common lands of the tribe.
Letter of the Secretary of the Interior, communicating, in compliance with a resolution of the 27th ultimo, information in relation to the reasons why a number of persons enrolled as Creek Indians by the Creek Agent in 1867 said to have been stricken from said rolls, and as to the payment of their per capita dividend.
Letter of the Secretary of the Interior, communicating. In compliance with a resolution of the Senate of the 16th instant, information relative to the present status of the claims of loyal Choctaw and Chickasaw Indians, under the forty-ninth article of the treaty with those tribes of April 28, 1866.
Letter of the Secretary of the Interior, communicating information in relation to recent raids and outrages upon citizens of Texas and in the Chickasaw nation by bands of Indians belonging to the Kiowa and Comanche tribes.
Letter of the Secretary of the Interior, communicating papers relating to the rights of freedmen under the 3d article of the treaty with the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations of Indians, concluded April 28, 1866.
Report of the Secretary of War, communicating, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate of February 13, 1866, the report of Brevet Brigadier General W. F. Raynolds, on the exploration of the Yellowstone and the country drained by that river.
Submissions from 1895
In the Senate of the United States. Letter from the Attorney-General, transmitting a report upon the conclusions of law reached by the Department of the Interior in an account of moneys due the Cherokee Nation under certain treaties and the laws passed to carry the same into effect.
Submissions from 1896
Appropriations, new offices, etc. Statements showing I. -- Appropriations made during the first session of the Fifty-fourth Congress (pp. 5-442). II. -- New offices created and the salaries thereof (pp. 444-461). III. -- Offices the salaries of which have been omitted, with the amount of reduction (pp. 444-461). IV. -- Offices the salaries of which have been increased, with the amount of such increase (pp. 462-469). V. -- Offices the salaries of which have been reduced, with the amount of such reduction (pp. 462-469). VI. -- Chronological history of the regular appropriation bills (pp. 470, 471).
In the Senate of the United States. Letter from the Acting Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting, in answer to Senate resolution of the 19th instant, a schedule of claims allowed under the provisions of section 5 of the act approved June 20, 1874, since the allowance of those embraced in House Document No. 322.
Letter from the Acting Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting supplemental estimates of appropriations required by the various departments of the government to complete the service of the fiscal year ending June 30, 1896, and for prior years, amounting to $356,115.59, and for the Postal Service, payable from the postal revenues, amounting to $18,669.95.
Reports of agents, officers, and persons, acting under the authority of the Secretary of the Treasury, in relation to the condition of seal life on the rookeries of the Pribilof Islands, and to pelagic sealing in Bering Sea and the North Pacific Ocean, in the years 1893-1895. Vol. 3351 in Two Parts.
Submissions from 1897
Agreement with the Five Civilized Tribes. Letter from the Secretary of the Interior, submitting to Congress, for its consideration and ratification, an agreement between the Commissioners of the United States to negotiate with the Five Civilized Tribes and the Commission on the part of the Muscogee or Creek Nation, concluded on the 27th day of September, 1897
Allotting of lands to Wichita Indians. Letter from the Secretary of the Interior, stating, in response to Senate resolution of June 1, 1897, that by direction of the President the work of allotting lands to the Wichita Indians was, on the 5th instant, suspended.