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Census, of Cherokees west to be taken, conditionally

Cession, lands north and east of Tennessee river, etc., excepting Jolly's island
reservations in second article, treaty Oct. 27, 1805, (see page 124)
and a tract of 12 miles square, in trust for school fund

to be sold, and proceeds vested

lands now ceded, to be in full for lands assigned to emigrants

Education, reservations to be surveyed and ceded in trust for school fund

tracts to be sold, and proceeds vested in stock; dividends to be

applied to education -

Improvements, 640 acres to each family, in lieu of

Intruders, on reservations, to be removed by United States

to be prevented, until January 1, 1820

Leases, under treaty of July 8, 1817, to be void

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Reservations, 640 acres to each family in ceded territory, who become citi-

zens, in lieu of improvements

notice to be given of intention to remain

Unicoy Turnpike Company, rights not affected by this treaty

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Blacksmiths, four to be employed, and four shops erected

Boundary, of new reservation, defined

Iron and steel, four tons iron, and one thousand pounds steel, annually

Cession, lands reserved by treaty of May 6, 1828

Laws, obligation to provide by United States, annulled

Mills, eight patent railway corn mills, to be erected by U. S.

Outlet, west, perpetual, guarantied

Reservation, one mile square, for agency

Salt plain, right to, reserved for other tribes

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Survey, obligation to make, by United States, annulled
Wagon-maker, one to be employed, and one shop erected
Wheel-wright, one to be employed, and one shop erected

No. 17. SEE COMANCHES, No. 1.

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Agents, to be appointed, to value improvements
to have use of buildings at New Echota
Annuities, of $10,000, commuted for $214,000

under this treaty, for two years, to be advanced by United States,
and expended in provisions and clothing for
poor classes

Boundary, from Old Arkansas line, to Verdigris river, etc.
Buildings, at New Echota, to be used by United States for settling business
agency, to be occupied by agent -

Cession, all lands east of Mississippi river
Citizenship, heads of families, desirous to remain within the States, shall
receive 160 acres of land; those not now there, may locate
within two years

Claims, upon Indians, payinent guarantied by United States without expense,
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of Western Cherokees, not to be affected by this treaty, [rejected
by the Senate ]

under this treaty, to be adjudicated by commissioners

Clothing, part of annuity for two years to be expended for

Committee, appointed to determine pre-emption rights; shall select mis

sionaries for emigration, and transact business of nation pre-emption relinquished, by supplementary article

Congress, Cherokees shall be entitled to a delegate in the House
Consideration, $5,000,000, exclusive of $300,000, for spoliations
500,000, to be deducted for additional reservation
15,000, for Osage reservations

200,000, to be vested by President, and interest paid to
Cherokees

100,000, for the benefit of poorer class who emigrate
last item added to national fund of $400,000

Debts, due by Indians, to be paid out of money paid for improvements
$60,000, allotted therefor, to be paid by United States
no claims against individuals shall be paid by nation

Depredations, $300,000 to be paid for, by United States

Education, Harmony Missionary improvements to be paid for by the U. S.,

and the amount expended for Osage schools $150,000 to be vested, and interest applied to

$50,000 to be vested, for education and support of orphans
report of application of funds, to be made to the President of
United States

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principal may be withdrawn, on giving two years notice present school fund shall constitute part of permanent fund surplus of $600,000 allowed for emigration, to be applied to Emigration, in wagons and steamboats provided for; a physician with medicines shall accompany each detachment; shall be subsisted one year after arrival; expenses and subsistence may be commuted; United States will furnish aid

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Emigration, those out of nation, entitled to remove in two years
teachers to be removed west at expense of United States
Cherokees who do not emigrate shall receive portions
within two years from ratification of treaty, agreed to
$600,000 allowed, in lieu of expenses of

Expenses of negotiating this treaty, to be defrayed by United States
Improvements, to be valued by agents, and paid for

Cherokees dispossessed of, by laws of Georgia, to be restored
or paid for

Intruders, shall be removed by United States

Laws, power to make for themselves, granted to Cherokees
not to extend to citizens or soldiers of the United States
Military posts, United States reserve right to establish
Missionary establishments, to be appraised and paid for
Missionaries, for removal west, to be selected by committee
Orphans, $50,000 to be vested for the support and education of

report of application of funds to be made to the President
principal may be withdrawn on giving two years notice
Pensions, granted to warriors wounded in service of United States
Pre-emption rights secured to Cherokees who remain within the States

committee named to decide upon

committee shall fill its own vacancies

relinquished by supplementary article

Protection of United States promised to Cherokees

to be continued until removal west

Provisions, part of annuity for two years, to be expended in

Reservations, 7,000,000 acres west of Mississippi'

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800,000 acres between west line of Missouri and Osage nation,
excepting lands assigned to the Quapaws

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military post at Fort Gibson; if abandoned, to revert to Chero-
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to Osages, 1825, title to be extinguished by United States
$15,000 estimated therefor, per schedule

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for Osage schools, to be appraised and paid for by U. States
shall not be included in any State or territory
jurisdiction over, granted to Cherokees

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made under former treaties to individuals, and since sold by
United States, shall be paid for by United States
such as have not been sold, confirmed to original reservees
granted by treaty of 1817, and included in unceded lands by
treaty of 1819, confirmed to original reservees
abandoned, or purchased from States, to be paid for by U. S.
sold by reservees, conveyed and paid for, not included
amount paid for by United States, shall not be deducted from
allowance for spoliations

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for agency, to be used by United States, or United States agent for agency not to interfere with occupant right of Cherokees Roads, United States reserve the right to make such as are necessary Schedule of estimated value of Osage reservations

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Stipulations, in former treaties not annulled, to be continued
Surplus, distribution of, provided for

Survey of ceded lands, to be made immediately

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Depredations, offenders to be delivered up to U. S.

on Indians, to be punished same as if on whites
retaliations for, not to be practised

Hostilities, intended against U. S. to be made known

Annuity, to Chinnubbee Mingo, $100, natural life
Boundary, to be marked by Commissioner

$2 per day to be paid to Chickasaw attendant
Cession, lands on left bank of the Ohio river
Consideration, $20,000, in specie, for use of nation

to George Colbert and O'Koy, $1,000 each

Reservation, one mile square for Chief O'Koy

Settlements, by whites, not permitted for three years

Annuities, $12,000, ten years

$100 to Gen. W. Colbert, during life

Boundary, to be marked by Commissioners

Cession, from mouth of Caney Creek, Tennessee river, to the Tombigby

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Reservations, tract on north bank of Tennessee river to Geo. Colbert

tract on Beach creek to Appassantubby

Improvements, $4,500 to be paid for, on lands ceded

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