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Should be noted on the schedule. Such tracks will be patented subject to the right-of-way &c.

By an agreement with the Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha R. R. Co., made in 1882, but not as yet ratified, the Winnebago Indians sold 534.85 acres to said Railroad Company, the tracts being described in section 1 of Senate Bill 715, 49th Congress 1st Session.
The tracts therein described should not be allotted without further instructions.

Your attention is called to the provisions in section 5 of the Act with reference to religious societies or organizations.

If any such society or organization is [[underline]]now[[/underline]] occupied lands within the Winnebago Reservation for religious or educational work among said Indians you will allow such society to select not exceeding 160 acres, including its improvements, and note the selection on the schedule.

You will also note on the schedule all tracts reserved for Agency and school purposes.

It is understood that Agent Warner will be able to do such re-surveying and re-establish such monuments as may be found necessary.
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