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Article Page: Sacs and Faces of the Missouri. ¡X These Indians, formerly a portion of the same tribe with the Indiana now known as the Sacs and Foxes of the Mississippi, emigrated many years ago from Iowa, and settled near the tribe of Iowns, hereafter to be mentioned. They number at the present time but eighty-eight, having been steadily diminishing for years. The; have a reservation of about 16,000 acres, lying in the south-eastern part of Nebraska and the north-eastern part of Kansas, purchased for them from the Iowas. Most of it is excellent land; but they have never, to any consid- erable extent, made use of it for tillage, being almost hopelessly disinclined to engage in labor of any kind, and depending princi- pally for their subsistence, a very poor one, upon their annuity, which is secured to them by the treaty of October 81st, 1837, and amounts to |7870. By Act of June 10th, 1878, provision was made fur the sale of a portion or all of their reservation, the proceeds of such sale to be expended for their immediate use, or for their re- moval to the Indian Territory or elsewhere. They have consent- ed to the sale of their entire reservation; and, so soon as funds shall have been received from that source, steps will be taken to have them removed to the Indian Territory south of Kansas.