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1838. ARTICLE 2d. In consideration of the cession contained in the United States preceding article, the United States stipulate to pay them four to pay $4000 in thousand dollars ($4000.)

$1500 of which It is understood and agreed, that fifteen hundred dollars are to be expend. ed in horsos, ($1,500) of this sum shall be expended in the purchase of horses

6 goods, and presents, upon the arrival of the chiefs and delegates at St. moving agency Louis; two thousand dollars ($2,000) delivered to them in goods,

at the expense of the United States, at the time their annuities are delivered next year; and five hundred dollars ($500) be applied to defray the expense of removing the agency building

and blacksmiths shop from their present site. Expenses of Article 3d. The expenses of this negotiation, and of the chiefs &c. to be paid by and delegates signing this treaty to this city and to their homes,

to be paid by the United States. Treaty to be Article 4th. This treaty to be binding upon the contracting ratified by Uni. parties, when the same shall be ratified by the United States.

In witness whereof, the said Carey A. Harris, and the undersigned chiefs and delegates of said tribe, have hereunto set their hands at the city of Washington, this 21st day of October A.D. 1837.

C. A. HARRIS, [SEAL) Ha-sa-za (The Elk's Horn)

his x mark. Ha-sha-ta (The Forked Horn)

his x mark. Za-ya-sa (Warrior)

his x mark. Pa-la-ni-a-pa-pi (Struck by a Riccara) his x mark. To-ka-can (He that gives the First Wound) his x mark. Mau-ka-ush-can (The Trembling Earth) his x mark. Mon-to-he (White crane)

his x mark. Ish-ta-ap-pi (Struck in the eye)

his x mark. E-mo-ne

his x mark.
In presence of
CHAUNCEY Bush, Secretary.
Joshua Pilcher, Ind. agt.

W. THOMPSON.
February, 1838. Now, therefore, be it known, that I, MARTIN VAN, BUREK,

President of the United States of America, having seen and con-
sidered the said treaty, do, in pursuance of the advice and con-
sent of the Senate, as expressed in their resolution of the sixteenth
day of February, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-eight,
accept, ratify, and confirm the same, and every clause and article
thereof.

In testimony whereof, I have caused the seal of the United
States to be hereunto affixed, having signed the same with my
hand.
Done at the City of Washington, this twenty-first day of Fch-

ruary, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-eight, [l. s.] and of the Independence of the United States the sixty-second.

M. VAN BUREN. By the President:

JOHN FORSYTH, Secretary of State.

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1838.

MARTIN VAN BUREN,

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,

To all and singular to whom these presents shall come, greeting :

Sacs and Foxes

made 21st Oct.

the following cessions.

and interest in

WHEREAS, a treaty was made at the City of Washington, on the twenty-first day of October, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-seven, between Carey A. Harris, thereto specially autho

rized by the President of the United States, and the Sacs and - Foxes of Missouri, by their Chiefs and Delegates; which treaty

is in the words following, to wit: Articles of a treaty made at the City of Washington, between Treaty with the

Carey A. Harris, thereto specially authorized by the President of Missouri, of the United States, and the Sacs and Foxes of Missouri, by mad. their Chiefs and Delegates.

ARTICLE 1st. The Missouri Sac and Fox Indians make the fol- Indians make lowing cessions to the United States:

First. Of all right or interest in the country between the Mis- ist. Of all right - souri and Mississippi rivers and the boundary line between the ihe country be. Sac and Fox and the Sioux Indians, described in the second 'ween the Mis

de souri and Missis. article of the treaty made with these and other tribes on the 19th sippi rivers, &c. August 1825, to the full extent to which said claim was recognised in the third article of said treaty; and of all interest or claim by virtue of the provisions of any treaties since made by the United States with the Sacs and Foxes.

Second. Of all the right to locate, for hunting or other pur- 21.0fall right to poses, on the land ceded in the first article of the treaty of July ing, &c." on the 15th 1830, which, by the authority therein conferred on the land.ceded in Ist President of the United States they may be permitted by him to July 15th, 1830. enjoy.

Third. Of all claims or interest under the treaties of Novem- 31. Of all claims ber 3d, 1804, August 4th, 1824, July 15th, 1830, and September treaties, &c. 17th, 1836, for the satisfaction of which no appropriations have been made.

ARTICLE 2d. In consideration of the cession contained in the . In considera preceding article, the United States agree to the following stipu-sion the U. s. lations on their part: First. To pay to the said Sacs and Foxes of the Missouri, the, ist. To pay

them $160,000. sum of one hundred and sixty thousand dollars ($160,000.)

It is understood and agreed that of the said sum of one hun-$2,500 of which dred and sixty thousand dollars, ($160,000,) there shall be expended in merchandise, in the purchase of merchandise to be delivered whenever in the and judgment of the President it may be best for them twenty-five hundred dollars, ($2,500 ;) and there shall be paid to Jacques Mettez, their interpreter, for services rendered, and at their request, ques Mettez. one hundred dollars, ($100.)

Second. To invest the balance of said sum amounting to one 21. The balhundred and fifty-seven thousand four hundred dollars ($157,400,) vested at an am:

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1838. and to guarantee them an annual income of not less than five per nual income of cent. thereon. not less than 5 Third. To apply the interest herein guaranteed, in the follow3d. To apply ing manner:

erest as For the support of a blacksmith's establishment, one thousand For a black. dollars ($1,000) per annum. lishinent $ 1000. For the support of a farmer, the supply of agricultural imple. For a farmer, &c. ments and assistance, and other beneficial objects, sixteen hundred $1600.

dollars ($1,600) per annum. For a teacher, For the support of a teacher and the incidental expenses of a

school, seven hundred and seventy dollars ($770) per annum. Balance of inter. The balance of the interest, amounting to forty-five hundred est to be deliver dollars ($4,500,) shall be delivered at the cost of the United States in money or to said Sac and Fox Indians, in money or merchandise, at the

discretion of the President, and at such time and place as he may

direct. Expenses of ARTICLE 3d. The expenses of this negotiation and of the chie: to be paid by U.and delegates signing this treaty to this city and to their homes States. to be paid by the United States.

Treaty to be ARTICLE 4th. This treaty to be binding upon the contracting lified .. parties, when the same shall be ratified by the United States.

In witness whereof, the said Carey A. Harris and the under. signed chiefs and delegates of said tribe, have hereunto set their hands at the city of Washington, this 21st day of October, A.D. 1837.

C. A. HARRIS, [L. s]

Sacs.
Po-ko-mah (The Plum)

his x mark. Nes-mo-ea (The Wolf)

his x mark. Au-ni-mo-ni (The Sun Fish) his x mark.

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Foxes.
Sa-ka-pa (son of Quash-qua-mi) his x mark.
A-ka-ke, (The Crow,)

his x mark. In presence of

Chauncey Bush, Secretary.
Joshua Pilcher, Ind. agt.

W. THOMPSON.

. Now, therefore, be it known, that I, Martin Van Buren, PreFebruary 1838. sident of the United States of America, having seen and cons

dered the said treaty, do, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, as expressed in their resolution of the sixteenth day of February, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-eight, accept, ratify, and confirm the same, and every clause and artic.e thereof.

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have caused the seal of the United States to be hereunto affixed, having signed the same with my hand.

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Done at the city of Washington, this twenty-first day of Feb.

ruary, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-eight, [l. s.] and of the Independence of the United States the sixtysecond.

M. VAN BUREN. By the President :

JOHN FORSYTH, Secretary of State.

MARTIN VAN BUREN,

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,

To all and singular to whom these presents shall come, greeting :

WHEREAS, a treaty was made at the city of St. Louis, on the twenty-third day of November, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-seven, between Joshua Pilcher, thereto specially authorized by the President of the United States, and the Ioway Indians, by their chief and delegates; which treaty is in the words following, to wit:

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Articles of a treaty made at the city of Saint Louis, between Joshua Treaty with the

Pilcher, thereto specially authorized by the President of the loway Indians United States, and the loway Indians, by their chiefs and dele-1837. gates.

ARTICLE 1st. The Ioway Indians cede to the United States all Indianscede all the right and interest in the land ceded by the treaty, concluded their right and with them and other tribes on the 15th of July 1830, which they land ceded by

treaty of July might be entitled to claim, by virtue of the phraseology employed 15th 183ö. in the second article of said treaty.

ARTICLE 2d. In consideration of the cession contained in the In considerapreceding article, the United States stipulate to pay them two them $2,500," in thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500) in horses, goods and pre-ho sents, upon their signing this treaty in the city of Saint Louis.

ARTICLE 3d. The expenses of this negotiation and of the chiefs Expenses of and delegates signing this treaty to the city of Washington and to be paid by U. to their homes to be paid by the United States. ARTICLE 4th. This treaty to be binding upon the contracting. Treaty to be

binding when reke parties when the same shall be ratified by the United States. tified by U. S.

In witness whereof the said Joshua Pilcher and the undersigned chiefs and delegates of said Indians have hereunto set their hands at the city of Saint Louis, this twenty-third day of November A. D. 1837.

JOSHUA PILCHER,

U. S. Ind. agent.
Ne-o-mon-ni his x mark.
Non-che-ning-ga his x mark.
Wat-che-mon-ne his x mark.

Tah-ro-hon his x mark.

States.

February, 1838

1838. Signed in presence of

- E. A. HITCHCOCK, Capt. U. S. Army.

John B. FARPY.

L. G. C. Bliss. Ratified 21st Now, therefore, be it known, that I, Martin Van Burex, Pre

sident of the United States of America, having seen and consi-
dered the said treaty, do, by and with the advice and consent of
the Senate, as expressed in their resolution of the sixteenth day
of February, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-eight, accept,
ratify, and confirm the same, and every clause and article thereof.

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have caused the seal of the United
States to be hereunto affixed, having signed the same with my
hand.
Done at the city of Washington, this twenty-first day of Fel-

ruary, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-eight, [l. s.] and of the Independence of the United States the sixty. second.

M. VAN BUREN. By the President:

JOHN FORSYTH, Secretary of State.

MARTIN VAN BUREN,

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,

To all and singular to whom these présents shall come, greeting:

First Christian and Orchard par. ties of the Onei. da Indians, made 3d Feb. 1838.

WHEREAS, a treaty was made at the City of Washington, on the third day of February, one thousand eight hundred and thirty. eight, between CAREY A. HARRIS, thereto specially directed by the President of the United States, and the First Christian and Orchard parties of the Oneida Indians residing at Green Bay, by their chief and representatives; which treaty is in the words follow

ing, to wit: Treaty with the Articles of a treaty, made at the City of Washington between

Carey A. Harris, thereto specially directed by the President of the United States and the First Christian and Orchard parties of the Oneida Indians residing at Green Bay, by their chiefs

and representatives. Indians cede all Art. 1. The First Christian and Orchard parties of Indians terest in certain cede to the United States all their title and interest in the land set

apart for them in the 1st article of the treaty with the Menomonies of February 8th, 1831, and the 2d article of the treaty with the same tribe of October 27th, 1832.

. Reservations to Art. 2. From the foregoing cession there shall be reserved to

from the said Indians to be held as other Indian lands are held a tract

of land containing one hundred (100) acres, for each individual,

their title and in

lands.

be made from said cession.

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