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Joseph C. O'Mahoney
US Senate Committee on Indian Affairs
79th Congress, 2d Session
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This report, dated June 4, 1946, also known as US Senate Report 1413, refers to US House Resolution 1095, which was referred to the US Senate Committee on Indian Affairs on May 21, 1946, and reported out of that committee on June 4, 1946 by US Senator Joseph C. O'Mahoney of Wyoming with no amendments.
US House Resolution 1095 was ultimately approved June 28, 1946, becoming United States (US) Public Law 79-467, authorizing the appropriation of $400,000, "in full and final settlement of all claims and demands of the Indians of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation in North Dakota . . . which claims are based upon stipulations of an unratified treaty dated July 27, 1866 . . ." to be ". . .deposited in the Treasury of the United States to the credit of the Indians of the Fort Berthold Reservation and shall draw interest in accordance with existing laws. . ."
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