Wyandotte Tribe Settlement Act report (to accompany H.R. 1533) (including cost estimate of the Congressional Budget Office) by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Resources

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  • Wyandotte Tribe of Oklahoma,
  • Land titles -- Registration and transfer -- Kansas -- Wyandotte County,
  • Indian land transfers -- Kansas -- Wyandotte County

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SeriesReport / 106th Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives -- 106-421
The Physical Object
Pagination4 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL14505333M
OCLC/WorldCa43116025

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) (including cost estimate of the Congressional Budget Office). [United States. Congress. House. Committee on Resources.]. background and need for legislation H.R. the proposed Wyandotte Tribe Settlement Act, would compensate the Wyandotte Indian Tribe for the taking, by the federal government, of exclusive use and occupancy of certain Wyandotte trust lands located in Wyandotte County, Kansas.

BACKGROUND AND NEED FOR LEGISLATION H.R. the Wyandotte Tribe Settlement Act ofwould compensate the Wyandotte Indian Tribe for the taking, by the Federal Government, of exclusive use and occupancy of certain Wyandotte trust lands located in Wyandotte County, Kansas.

Shown Here: Introduced in House (04/22/) Wyandotte Tribe Settlement Act- Directs the Secretary of the Interior, upon transfer of title from the Wyandotte Indian Tribe to the Secretary of a single parcel of contiguous real property located within Wyandotte County, Kansas, purchased by the Tribe, to take such real property into trust for gaming purposes for the benefit of the Tribe.

The Wyandotte Nation is a federally recognized Native American tribe in Oklahoma. They are descendants of the Wendat Confederacy and Native Americans with territory near Georgian Bay and Lake pressure from Iroquois and other tribes, then from European settlers and the United States government, the tribe gradually moved south and west to Ohio, Michigan, Kansas and finally.

The towns of Armstrong, Armourdale, Wyandotte, and old Kansas City, Kansas, were consolidated by act of the legislature into the present Kansas City, Kansas. The unsettled times in Kansas prior to and during the Civil War worked hardship on many of the Wyandot. When they were done, in latethe Wyandot had the largest removal settlement of any Ohio tribe.

They would get nearly the going rate for land prices in Ohio, payment for reservation improvements, an annuity of $17, – $6, more than what the government originally offered. US - S Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan Distribution of Judgment Funds Act US - S A bill to provide for the use and distribution of certain funds awarded the Wyandotte Tribe.

US - S Papago-Sif Oidak Chuichu Area Water Settlement Act US - S Gila Bend Land Exchange and Settlement Act. Today, numerous Wyandot people in the United States are enrolled members of Wyandotte Nation, the federally recognized tribe headquartered in Wyandotte, Oklahoma. In Canada, the Wyandot have a First Nations reserve in Quebec.

By the 15th century, the precontact Wyandot had settled in the large area from the north shores of most of present-day Lake Ontario, northwards up to the southeastern. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

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For current or former IIM account holders, Owners of land held in trust or restricted status, or their heirs. There is a proposed Settlement in Cobell r a class action lawsuit about individual Indian land held in trust by the federal notice is just a summary.

Another Polish settlement formed in the south end of Wyandotte and in St. Helena Roman Catholic Church was founded to serve them. Soon afterwards an elementary school was added to the parish. The Polish Roman Catholic Union (PRCU) and the Polish National Alliance (Dom Polski) are church-affiliated fraternal groups.

The tribe says it used funds set aside by Congress, and the interest that the funds accrued, from the Indian Claims Commission Settlement Act The tribe in submitted an application.

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ANCSA was intended to resolve long-standing issues surrounding aboriginal land claims in Alaska, as well as to stimulate economic development throughout Alaska. Map shows approximate site of proposed Wyandotte Nation casino near Park City, Kansas.

Image from Google Maps The Wyandotte Nation of Oklahoma won't object to the dismissal of a lawsuit over its off-reservation gaming site in Kansas. The tribe, however, has said that it will continue to pursue a land-into-trust application for the acre site in Park City.

Guthrie was registrar of a U. land office in Ohio when the Wyandots were removed from there to Kansas in Guthrie decided to follow Nancy Quindaro Brown and her tribe to Kansas. Guthrie married her and was subsequently adopted into the tribe.

Guthrie was the vice president of the Quindaro Township Company and was its principal promoter. H.R.Wyandotte Tribe Settlement Act. J Cost Estimate. Cost estimate for the bill as ordered reported by the House Committee on Resources.

The Wyandot Nation is one of the most traveled Indian tribes in the history of the North American continent. This tribe is composed of remnants of three related tribes who once occupied portions of the provinces of Quebec and Ontario, Canada.

The three tribes, the Hurons, the Nation du Petun, and the Neutral Nation, were all members of the Iroquoian linguistic family.

Map shows approximate site of proposed Wyandotte Nation casino near Park City, Kansas. Image from Google Maps A federal judge dismissed the Wyandotte Nation off-reservation casino lawsuit on Monday. The tribe wants to open a casino on a acre site in Park City, Kansas.

The property was acquired in connection with a land claim settlement act. The Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, and Section 15 of P.2/3/88, the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act Amendments of - All compensation (including cash, stock, partnership interest, land, interest in land, and other benefits) received under this Act.

Entry: Wyandotte County, Kansas Author: Kansas Historical Society Author information: The Kansas Historical Society is a state agency charged with actively safeguarding and sharing the state's history.

Date Created: February Date Modified: September The author of this article is solely responsible for its content. Entry: Indian Removal Act Author: Kansas Historical Society Author information: The Kansas Historical Society is a state agency charged with actively safeguarding and sharing the state's history.

Date Created: February Date Modified: March The author of. The Wyandotte Nation of Oklahoma hopes an answer soon on its off-reservation casino in Kansas.

The tribe submitted a land-into-trust application in But the Bureau of Indian Affairs hasn't made a decision. The tribe is asking a federal judge to force the BIA to take action. The acre property was acquired in connection with a land claim settlement act.

The Bureau of Indian Affairs finally issued a decision on a land-into-trust application submitted by the Wyandotte Nation of Oklahoma. The tribe acquired acres in Park City, Kansas, in The site was purchased in connection with a land claim settlement act. Wyandotte Tribe Settlement Act: report (to accompany H.R.

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(34) Per capita distributions of settlement funds under section of the Fallon Paiute Shoshone Indian Tribes Water Rights Settlement Act ofPublic Law ( Stat. ) and section 7 of Public Law (87 Stat. ), as amended by Public Law (96 Stat. ; 25 U.S.C. In the history of IGRA, only one tribe has successfully opened a casino after being granted an exception for a land claim settlement.

The Wyandotte Nation of Oklahoma operates the 7th Street Casino, a Class II facility, in downtown Kansas City on property acquired with land claim settlement funds.

The Wyandotte tribe was the last tribe to leave Ohio in The year before the Wyandots were removed, English author Charles Dickens traveled through Ohio by stage coach. He went from Columbus to Sandusky City, where he boarded a steamer for Buffalo.

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and ; (b) Income received from Indian trust funds or lands held in trust by the Secretary of the Interior for an Indian tribe or individual tribal member.

This is a list of historical Indian reservations in the United Indian and Half-breed Reservations and Reserves were either disestablished or revoked.

Few still exist as a considerably smaller remnant, or have been merged with other Indian Reservations, or recognised by state governments but not by the US Federal government. Alabama-Quassarte Tribal Town Allotment American Indian Federation American Indian Movement American Indians American Indians and Christianity Anadarko (tribe) Apache, Fort Sill Apache, Lipan Apache Tribe of Oklahoma Arapaho, Southern Bacon Rind Big Tree Black Beaver Black Dog Black Kettle Boudinot, Elias Brown, John Frippo Burke Act ( Inthe Seneca-Cayuga Tribe, then referred to as the Seneca of Sandusky due to their settlement on the Sandusky River, ce acres of their land to the United States government as part of a treaty, and in exchange recei acres of land in Indian Territory, a roughly 15 x 7 mile plot of land, bound by Cherokee territory to.

An Act was passed in by Congress which recognized them as a distinct subgroup of the Kickapoo Tribe of Oklahoma and granted federal recognition to the Texas Kickapoo.

A law gave the Texas band the option of selecting Mexican or U.S. citizenship. of the tribemembers chose to become U.S. citizens and the remaining or so chose to. Forest Rights Act, Act, Rules and Guidelines (a) right to hold and live in the forest land under the individual or common occupation for habitation or for self-cultivation for livelihood by a member or members of a forest dwelling Scheduled Tribe or other traditional forest dwellers; (b) community rights such as nistar, by whatever name.

A further commission chaired by Supreme Court Judge William Sim in led to a series of settlements – including the Ngai Tahu Claim Settlement Actthe Taranaki Maori Claims Settlement Actthe Waikato-Maniapoto Maori Claims Settlement Actand more.

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The Christian Munsee tribe of Delaware "Lenape" Indians, who were pushed out of New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, emigrated there.

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