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No. 4.

Annuity, $3,000, in addition to $1,500 granted April 23, 1792, forever, to be
expended in purchase of clothing, implements, cattle, and utensils
to be applied to the benefit of those only who reside within the U. S.
Boundary, of Seneka nation defined, and their right to land acknowledged
Consideration, goods to amount of $10,000, delivered
Depredations, no private retaliation for, shall take place; complaints of, shall
be mutually made

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Navigation, free use of harbors and rivers allowed to citizens of United States
Reservations, to Oneidas, Onondagas, and Cayugas, acknowledged

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Six Nations will not claim any other lands within U. States Road, right granted to United States to make, from Fort Schlosser to Lake Erie; to be free to citizens of the United States

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A reservation was made in treaty with the Menomonees, No. 4, of about 500,000 acres, to "be set apart as a home to the several tribes of the New York Indians, who may remove to, and settle upon the same, within three years from the date of this agreement"

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"Two townships of land on the east side of the Winnebago lake, equal to 46,080 acres, shall be laid off, (to commence at some point to be agreed on,) for the use of the Stockbridge and Munsee tribes ;" and $25,000 allowed for "improvements made on the lands now in the possession of the said tribes, on the east side of the Fox river." -See treaty with the Menomonees, No. 4, page 473.

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Hostilities shall be mutually forgiven and forgotten; perpetual peace and friendship declared; and protection of the United States acknowledged

No. 2.

Arms, ammunition, etc., not to be furnished to tribes not in amity with U. S.
Depredations, no retaliation for, shall take place; complaints shall be mu-

tually made; offenders shall be delivered up and punished;
on Indians, shall be punished the same as if on whites;
horses and other property stolen, shall be restored; full in-
demnification guarantied by United States to Indians

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Protection, of the United States acknowledged and promised

to be given by Indians to agents and others sent to reside among them Trade, right of the United States to regulate, admitted; to be transacted at places designated by President; none but American citizens to participate; United States will admit and license traders, who shall be protected in persons and property; foreigners shall be apprehended and delivered up

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COMMISSIONERS

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Annuity, $300 additional permanently; and $100 additional as soon as Kick-
apoos consent to 9th article of treaty September 30, 1809
Cession, consent of Weas fully given, to treaties with Delawares and others,
(pp. 149 to 151) and with the Miamis and Eel Rivers, (page 152)
Consideration, $1,500 in hand; additional permanent annuity of $300, and
a contingent annuity of $100
No. 5.

Boundary, marked by United States on the Wabash and White rivers, re-
cognized

Cession, by the Kickapoos, tract between aforesaid boundary, the Wabash and Vermilion rivers, according to terms of treaty Dec. 9, 1809, (see page 154)

Greenville, validity of treaty of, and all subsequent, acknowledged

No. 6.

Annuity, $1,850 (in addition to former annuity of $1,150, making a sum to

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tal of $3,000) in silver

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Cession, all lands claimed in Indiana, Ohio, and Illinois

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by Kickapoos, Dec. 9, 1809, acceded to and sanctioned

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Reservations, tract at mouth of Racoon creek

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to Christmas Dageny, and Mary Shields, one section each;
not to be conveyed, but by consent of President

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No. 7.

Annuity, to be paid hereafter at Kaskaskia

Cession, tract at mouth of Racoon creek, reserved by treaty, Oct. 2, 1818,

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Consideration, $5,000 in money and goods, receipt acknowledged

No. 8. SEE PIANKESHAWS, No. 8.

WINNEBAGOES.

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Hostilities, mutually forgiven and forgotten; cessions made to British, French, or Spanish Governments, confirmed to U. S.; protection of the U. S. acknowledged; will remain distinct from the rest of their tribe, giving them no aid until peace be concluded; all prisoners to be mutually given up

No. 2. SEE SIOUX, No. 6

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No. 3. SEE CHIPPEWAS, No. 16

No. 4.

Boundary, between the United States and Winnebagoes, defined

country may be freely occupied by the United States, until ceded Consideration, $20,000 in goods, when treaty shall be held, in full for damages sustained by miners

Ferry, may be established on Rock river, where Fort Clark and Lewistown roads cross

Mining, persons crossing boundary line for the purpose, shall not be molested; measures for their removal shall be referred to the President, and a compensation for injuries shall be made to Indians

No. 5.

Agent, (sub) to be appointed, to reside on Rock river; and present agency at
Fort Winnebago to be continued; (rejected by the Senate)
Annuities, $18,000 in specie, thirty years, at Prairie du Chien and Fort Win-

nebago

$50 fifteen years, to Theresa Gagnier, to be deducted

Blacksmiths' shops, three to be supported by United States, with tools, iron,

and steel, thirty years

Cattle, two yoke of oxen and one cart, to be furnished thirty years
Cession, tract on Rock river to mouth of Sugar creek, etc.
Consideration, $18,000 in specie, thirty years, and $30,000 in goods, to be de-
livered immediately; 3,000 lbs. tobacco, and 50 bbls. salt,
thirty years

Debts, to amount of $23,532 28, to be paid by the United States
Iron and steel, sufficient for three blacksmiths' shops, thirty years

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Laborers, one to be supported at Portage of Wisconsin and Fox rivers, 30 years
Reservations, to certain individuals of Indian descent, thirty-nine sections in
all, not to be leased or sold without permission of President

Salt, 50 barrels annually, thirty years
Tobacco, 3,000 lbs. annually, thirty years

No. 6.

Agriculture, $2,500 allowed twenty-seven years, for support of six farmers,
and purchase of oxen and implements

Annuity, $10,000 in specie 27 years, at Prairie du Chien and Fort Winnebago
payment to be suspended until murderers are delivered up
Blacksmith shop, to be removed from Rock river to reservation
Boundary, of ceded lands, defined

of reservation west of Mississippi, defined

Cession, lands S. and E. of Wisconsin river, and Fox river of Green Bay
no band shall reside, plant, fish, or hunt on, after June 1, 1832
Consideration, $10,000 in specie, annually, twenty-seven years

$2,500 annually, 27 years, for support of six farmers and pur-
chase of agricultural implements; two physicians same pe-
riod, and 1,500 lbs. tobacco, annually

Debts, to amount of $1,082 50, to be paid by the United States
Education, $3,000 for support of school at Prairie du Chien, 27 years; two
or more teachers, male and female, to be employed; school shall
be subject to the visits and inspection of the Governor of Illi-
nois, U. S. superintendent or agent, and any officer of the army,
of and above the rank of major

Emigration, to lands reserved, to take place by June 1, 1833

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Hunting, on ceded lands, forbidden after June 1, 1833

30 days' soldiers' rations (not to exceed 60,000) to be issued to
emigrants

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Murderers, to be delivered up to commander of some U. S. military post
Physicians, two to be furnished, at $200 per annum each
Reservations, part of the neutral ground west of Mississippi

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11785, Jan. 21 Fort McIntosh
21789, Jan. 9 Fort Harmar
31795, Aug. 3 Greenville
4 1803, Aug. 7 Vincennes
5 1805, July 4 Fort Industry
6 1807, Nov. 17 Detroit
71808, Nov. 25 Brownstown
8 1814, July 22 Greenville
9 1815, Sept. 8 Spring Wells

10 1817, Sept. 29 Rapids of Miami
11 1818, Sept. 17 St. Mary's, Ohio
12 1818, Sept. 20 St. Mary's, Ohio
13 1832, Jan. 19 McCutcheonsville
14 1836, April 23 (not stated)

Clark, Butler, and Lee
Arthur St. Clair
Anthony Wayne

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Charles Jouett

1806, April 24

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William Hull

1808, Jan. 27

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William Hull

1809, Mar. 1

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1814, Dec. 13

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Harrison and Cass
Harrison, McArthur, and
Graham
Cass and McArthur
Cass and McArthur
Lewis Cass
James B. Gardiner
John A. Bryan

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No. 1.

Boundary, between the United States and Indians, defined
Cession, lands east, south, and west, of boundary lines
Depredations, on whites by Indians, offenders shall be delivered up
Hostages, three shall be delivered, until prisoners are restored
Merchandize, (quantity not stated,) distributed

Protection, of the United States acknowledged

Reservations, all lands contained within boundary lines

six miles square at mouth of Miami; six miles square at por-
tage of Big Miami; six miles square on Lake Sandusky;
and two miles square on each side of the rapids of Sandusky
river, for trading posts

six miles, at mouth of Rosine river for post of Detroit
post of Michilimackinac, and twelve miles square

Settlers on Indian lands, shall forfeit protection of the United States

Trade, reservations allowed for four posts

[Certain Delaware chiefs, who took up arms for the United States, shall be received into the nation, in the same rank as before]

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Boundary, between the United States and Indians, defined and confirmed of line from the Miami of the Ohio, explained

Cession, all lands east, south, and west, of boundary lines

hunting on ceded lands allowed, while Indians behave peaceably Depredations, by Indians, offenders shall be delivered up for trial; by whites shall be tried by laws of the State where committed

horses stolen shall be mutually restored, and offenders punish-
ed with the utmost severity -

Hostages, two to be delivered, until all prisoners are restored
Hostilities, intended against U. S. or Indians, to be mutually made known;
and passage of hostile troops through the country prevented
Hunting, on ceded lands, allowed, while Indians behave peaceably
Merchandize, $6,000 worth delivered, in consideration of cession
Protection, of United States, acknowledged and promised anew
extended to the Potawatomies and Sacs
Reservations, all lands between described limits

shall not be disposed of, except to the United States
settlers on, shall forfeit protection of the United States
for trading posts, and post at Detroit, may be renewed
post at Michilimackinac, with its dependencies

to the Shawnees, (by treaty Jan. 31, 1786, see page 18,) claimed
by the Wyandots; also country west of Miami boundary
two Wyandot villages, from river Rosine, to be retained
Settlers, on Indian lands, shall forfeit protection of the United States
Trade, shall be opened with the Indians, who shall protect traders; none per-
Imitted without license

persons trading without license to be delivered up; and names of all
traders to be furnished once a year

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Annuities, in goods, forever, to the Wyandots $1,000; Delawares $1,000; Shawanees $1,000; Miamis $1,000; Ottawas $1,000; Chippewas $1,000; Potawatomies $1,000; Kickapoos $500; Weas $500; Eel Rivers $500; Piankeshaws $500; and Kaskaskias $500

part may be delivered in animals, or implements, utensils, etc. Boundary, between the United States and the Indians, defined

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when marked by U. S., notice to be given, that chiefs may attend

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ten tracts, each six miles square; three tracts, each two miles square;
two tracts, each twelve miles square; posts at Detroit and Mich-
ilimackinac, and lands adjacent

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Cession, all lands east and south of the general boundary line

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