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Printer's No., 6378. 48TH CONGRESS, 1ST SESSION. H.R. 5778 IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES March 10, 1884 Read twice, referred to the Committee on Indian Affairs, and ordered to be printed. Mr. VALENTINE introduced the following bill: A BILL To provide for the sale of a part of the reservation of the Winnebago tribe of Indians in the State of Nebraska, and for other purposes. 1 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa- 2 tives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, 3 That with the Consent of the Winnebago tribe of Indians ^[[in Nebraska]] 4 expressed in open council, the Secretary of the Interior be, 5 and he hereby is, authorized to cause to be surveyed, if 6 necessary, and sold, all that portion of the reservation of said 7 tribe of Indians in the State of Nebraska as follow, to wit: 8 Commencing at the northwest corner of said reservation; 9 thence running east along the north line of the same, in town- 10 ship twenty-seven, to the range-line dividing ranges six and 11 seven east of the sixth principal meridian; thence south along 12 said range-line to the south line of said reservation; thence 13 west along the south line of said reservation to the west line
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