Payment of awards to Creek Indians who enlisted in the Federal Army.

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Other titlesPayment of awards to Creek Indians who enlisted in Federal Army
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Immediately after the ratification of this treaty the United States agree to ascertain the amount due the respective soldiers who enlisted in the Federal Army, loyal refugee Indians and freedmen, in proportion to their several losses, and to pay the amount awarded each, in the following manner, to wit: A census of the Creeks shall be taken by.

Immediately after the ratification of this treaty the United States agrees to ascertain the amount due the respective soldiers who enlisted in the Federal army, loyal refugee Indians and freedmen, in proportion to their several losses, and to pay the amount awarded each, in the following manner, to wit: A census of the Creeks shall be taken by.

T he measure, advanced on 8 Februarystipulated that the Indian enrollments would be above and separate from the official enlisted force of the Army But the bill died on the vine, never making it out of committee to reach the floor for congressional debate Duringchinks began to appear in the Indian soldier program as Indian.

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