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Unknown [Statement regarding 1816 Appropriations of the Federal Budget]

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC09880 Author/Creator: Unknown Place Written: s.l. Type: Broadside Date: 1816 Pagination: 1 p. ; 57 x 37.8 cm.

Summary of Content: One broadside dated 1816. Features a chart listing the appropriations on the budget for 1816. Includes four different sections; Civil Department, Military Department, Treaties with Indian Tribes, and Single Accounts. The Civil Department section is further broken down into three sections; some remaining under the main heading, Miscellaneous Expenses, and Public Buildings. Some interesting lines include; compensation to the president of the United States, Library of Congress, rent and fixtures of the new buildings occupied by Congress, an annuity to Young King a chief of the Seneca Tribe, and annuities to the Osage. The section for single accounts includes payment claims for a variety of people with notes at the bottom of the chart outline the types of appropriations.

People: Levins, James, fl. 1816
Courtney, John T., fl. 1816
Harrison, Samuel, fl. 1816
Dolph, C. Mrs., fl. 1816
Rodgers, John, fl. 1816
Stewart, Joseph, fl. 1816
Guy, Matthew, fl. 1816
Audrain, Peter, fl. 1816
Young King, fl. 1816
Wilson, Joseph, fl. 1816
Butler, Paul D., fl. 1816

Historical Era: National Expansion and Reform, 1815-1860

Subjects: American Indian HistoryFinanceUnited StatesPresidentSenecaOsage

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