Gilpin v. United States
256 U.S. 10 (1921)

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Gilpin v. United States, 256 U.S. 10 (1921)

Gilpin v. United States

No. 243

Argued March 21, 22, 1921

Decided April 11, 1921

256 U.S. 10

APPEAL FROM THE CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS

FOR THE EIGHTH CIRCUIT

Syllabus

Decided on the authority of Chase, Jr. v. United States, ante,256 U. S. 1.

261 F. 841 affirmed.

The case is stated in the opinion.

Page 256 U. S. 11

MR. JUSTICE McKENNA delivered the opinion of the Court.

This case was argued and submitted with the Chase case, No. 242, ante,256 U. S. 1. It is a suit by Mary Gilpin, by her next friend, to have adjudged to her a right to an allotment of lands in the Omaha Reservation, she being an Omaha Indian. The right is based on the same treaties and acts of Congress as those passed upon in the Chase case, and the effect of the Act of May 11, 1912, repealing the acts -- that of 1882 and that of 1893.

The decree of the district court was adverse to her right and this decree was affirmed by the circuit court of appeals. 261 F. 841.

For the reasons stated in the opinion in the Chase case, the decree of the circuit court of appeals is

Affirmed.

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