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Annuity, $400 additional, permanently, for first cession

$100, for cession of tracts between Wabash and Vermilion rivers stipulations of the treaty of Greenville, applicable to, (see page 58) Cession, by Delawares and others, on northwest side of the Wabash (see page 150) agreed to

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tract between Wabash and Vermilion rivers Consideration, $400 permanent additional annuities, and $800 worth of goods for first cession; $100 annuity, and $700 worth of goods, for second cession

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United States released from annuity of $100, if Miamis do
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Hunting, stipulations of the treaty of Greenville applicable to, (see page 58,

art 7.)

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No. 5.

Hostilities, shall be mutually forgiven and forgotten; perpetual peace and friendship declared between United States and Kickapoos; prisoners to be mutually restored; and all prior treaties recognized and confirmed

No. 6. SEE WEAs, No. 4

No. 7.

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Annuities, $2,000 in silver, fifteen years, to be paid on Osage river
Cession, all their lands on the southeast side of the Wabash river, also all their
lands from the Wabash to the Kankakee, thence to the Illinois
river, and down to its mouth, etc.

all other tracts, on left side of Illinois and Mississippi rivers Emigration, two boats, well manned, to be furnished by United States, and

an agent to accompany them

Intruders, on reservation, to be restrained

Navigation, of waters, within reservation, free to citizens of United States
Obligations, United States released from all, imposed by former treaties
Protection, of the United States acknowledged

United States will take Kickapoos under their

Reservation, tract in Missouri; not to be sold without consent of the Presi

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peaceable possession of, guarantied

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citizens of United States may pass and repass through
war, against others, shall not be declared without consent of
United States

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No. 8.

Annuity, of $1,000 relinquished; and $2,000 in specie, 10 years, in lieu
thereof, to be paid at such places as may be agreed upon
[ payable at Kaskaskia, by art. 1, treaty No. 10, see page 286.]
Boundary, of lands ceded, defined

Cession, all lands on the Wabash river, heretofore claimed
Consideration, $2,000 for 15 years, and $3,000 in hand

No. 9.

Changes the terms on which the reservation granted by treaty No. 7, shall be held, viz: "to be by them possessed in like manner as the lands ceded by the first article of this [No. 7] treaty by them to the United States were possessed"

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No. 10.

Annuity, granted by treaty No. 6, shall be paid at Kaskaskia

for 1821, advanced by commissioner

Emigration, $2,000 advanced by commissioner, to assist in removing

No. 11.

Agricultural implements, $3,000 worth to be purchased

Annuities, $18,000 first year; $12,000 to be applied in payment of debts
$5,000 nineteen years, in money or goods, at St. Louis
$1,000 five years, for a blacksmith, iron, steel, etc.
$500 ten years, for support of a school

Blacksmith, and strikers, to be supported five years

Boundary, of reservation southwest of Missouri, defined

line of reservation to be run and marked within three years
commissioners and deputation shall have power to alter

deputation, having examined reservation, fix the boundary line

Cattle, $4,000 to be invested in cattle, hogs, and other stock
Cession, reservation granted by treaties No. 7 and 9
Church, to be erected; $3,700 allowed for, and a mill

Consideration, $18,000 first year; $5,000 for 19 years, $1,000 five years,

for blacksmith, iron, etc.; $3,700 for a mill and church;
$500 ten years for a school; $3,000 for farming utensils;
$4,000 for labor and implements; $4,000 in cattle; $6,000
in merchandize; and some assistance when removing

Debts, $12,000 to be paid by superintendent at St. Louis
Education, $500 ten years, for support of school, and purchase of books
Emigration, United States will furnish some assistance in

agreed to, with as little delay as possible

Improvements, on reservation, $4,000 to be expended in
Iron, steel, and tools, to be furnished five years

Merchandize, annuity of $5,000 to be paid in, at cost at St. Louis

$6,000 worth delivered, and receipt acknowledged

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if land first described shall be found good and sufficient, the
power to select other shall not be exercised

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Mill, to be erected, and part of $3,700 allowed for

seat to be included in reservation

Provisions, to be supplied one year after removal

Reservation, tract southwest of Missouri river, as a permanent residence
boundary line shall be run within three years

deputation shall be sent to examine; shall have power to select,
not exceeding 1,200 square miles

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Peace and friendship re-established; hostilities mutually forgiven and forgotten; perpetual peace and friendship declared, and protection of United States acknowledged

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No. 2.

Agents, and other persons, sent by United States, to be protected
Arms, ammunition, &c., not to be supplied to nations or tribes not in amity

with United States

Depredations, no private retaliation shall take place for

complaints of, shall be made to superintendent
persons complained of, to be delivered up on demand
on Indians, shall be punished the same as if on whites
horses, or other property stolen, shall be restored -
on Indians by whites, full indemnification guarantied

Mexico, citizens of United States passing to and from, not to be molested
Protection, of United States, reciprocally acknowledged and promised

to be extended by Indians to persons and property of traders
also to agents and other persons sent by United States

Trade, right of United States to regulate, admitted

shall be transacted at places designated by President none but American citizens allowed to participate in United States will admit and license traders persons and property of traders to be protected foreigners shall be apprehended and delivered up Whites, resident among Mahas, to be delivered up, on demand

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MANDANS.

NO. CONCLUDED

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COMMISSIONERS

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Agents, and others sent by United States, to be protected

Arms, ammunition, &c., shall not be supplied to any nation or tribe, not in amity with United States

Depredations, no private retaliation shall take place for

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by whites, complaints of, shall be made to the Superintendent
by Indians, offenders shall be delivered up for trial

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on Indians, shall be punished same as if on whites
horses and other property, stolen by Indians, shall be restored
on Indians by whites, indemnification guarantied

Peace and friendship, firm and lasting, declared
Protection, of United States reciprocally acknowledged and promised

to be extended by Mandans, to traders and agents of United States

Trade, right of United States to regulate, admitted

shall be transacted at places to be designated by the President
none but American citizens, duly authorized, admitted
United States agree to admit and license traders

foreigners and others not legally authorized, to be apprehended and
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Whites, resident among Mandans, to be delivered up, on demand

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Cession, all lands heretofore ceded by them to England, France, or Spain,

and all treaties with United States confirmed

Hostilities, mutually forgiven and forgotten

Peace and friendship, re-established and declared

Prisoners, to be mutually given up

Protection of United States, acknowledged by Menomonees

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No. 3. SEE CHIPPEWAYS, No. 16

No. 4.

Agriculture, five farmers, at $100 each, and five females, at $60 each, ten years, to teach farming and housewifery; and farming utensils to be supplied

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all articles to be stamped, to preserve them from sale or barter,
and to be under immediate care of the farmers

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Annuities, $5,000 four years, commencing August 1, 1831 $6,000 twelve years thereafter

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cease, when peace and harmony are interrupted

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additional, to be fixed on surrendering their hunting ground

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Arms, $4,000 to be expended in fowling guns and ammunition
Black and Gunsmith shops, one or more to be erected, and supplied with
iron and steel, at discretion of President
Boundary, of Menomonee country defined

of reservation for New York Indians, altered by ratification Cattle, (horses, cows, hogs, and sheep) to be supplied, to amount of $6,000 Cession, tract on southeast side of Winnebago lake, about 2,500,000 acres,

including islands in Fox river and Green Bay

Clothing, to amount of $8,000 to be distributed at Green Bay

comfortable suit to be given to each delegate to Washington Consideration, $5,000 four years, commencing August 1, 1831

$6,000 twelve years thereafter

$500 ten years to farmers; $300 ten years to housewives;
$13,000 for houses, $6,000 in cattle; $6,000 in mills;
and $600 ten years for miller; $8,000 in clothing; $1,000
in provisions; gun and blacksmiths' shops; $500 ten years
for education, clothing for delegation; $4,000 in guns
$1,000 four years in provisions

$25,000 to Stockbridges and Munsees, for improvements on
lands ceded; $1,600 to Brothertown Indians, for im-
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Education, $500 additional, ten years, for the exclusive use of the Menomo-
nees, (see page 414, article 5)

Expenses, of delegation to and from Washington, shall be paid
Fishing, permitted E. of Fox river, until lands are surveyed and offered for sale
Grist mill, United States will erect one on Fox river, and employ a miller

Houses, for Indians, to be erected by United States, to amount of $10,000, and for farmers to amount of $3,000; and household articles to be furnished; also house for the miller

for Interpreter at Green Bay, not to exceed $500 Hunting, on ceded lands east of Fox river, permitted until surveyed and offered for sale

ground to be surrendered, when President deems it expedient Military posts, United States may establish such as President thinks proper Protection, of United States, continuance of, desired

forfeited, and annuities cease, if peace and harmony be interrupted Provisions, to amount of $1,000 to be distributed at Green Bay

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$1,000 worth to be furnished four years, in lieu of garrison rations

Peace and harmony, chiefs pledge themselves to preserve
Reservation, for New York Indians, tract on W. side of Fox river 500,000 acres
to be held by same tenure as Menomonees hold their lands
for military post (Fort Howard) on Fox river, with timber and
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for public highways, at discretion of President United States for N. Y. Indians, to be apportioned at end of three years, and if more than 100 acres to each soul, balance reverts to U. S. [terms of removal changed by supplementary article see p. 472.] on west side of Fox river to Winnebago lake

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if New York Indians refuse to accept, Menomonees request
that they be removed

two townships, (46,080 acres) on east side of Winnebago lake,
for Stockbridges and Munsees; and one township (23,040
acres), adjoining, for the Brothertown Indians
Roads, United States may make such as President thinks proper
Saw-mill, United States will erect one on Fox river

No. 5.

Boundary, defined by ratification of the Senate to treaty No. 4, objected to, and another line substituted

Consideration, to Menomonees, $1,000 in clothing and sundry provisions, &c. Reservations, to Stockbridge, Munsee, and Brothertown tribes, by ratification of treaty No. 4, assented to

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mill seat on Apple creek, for C. A. Grignon

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No. 6.

Annuities, $23,750 in money, twenty years, ($1,000 of which to R. Grig

non,) $3,500 in provisions and farming utensils
to be paid in June or July of every year
changed to $20,000 by ratification

Agriculture, farmers and utensils, to be provided by former treaties,

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Blacksmiths, two, with shops, iron and steel, to be provided twenty years provisions for, under former treaties, relinquished

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Cattle, provided for by former treaties, relinquished
Cession, tract beginning at mouth of Wolf river, about 4,000,000 acres
tract on Wisconsin river, 184,320 acres, or eight townships
Consideration, $23,750 twenty years; $3,000 in provisions; thirty barrels of
salt; 2,000lbs. tobacco; $500 in farming utensils; and two
blacksmiths' shops, with iron, steel, etc., all for twenty
years; $99,710 50 for debts

$80,000 for the half-breeds

no person, not of Indian descent, shall be entitled to any part
$76,000 to be invested, in lieu of allowances for farmers,
blacksmiths, millers, improvements, etc. relinquished by
article 3, page 671

Debts, due by Menomonees, to amount of $99,710 50 to be paid by U. S.
no part to be paid, until their justice and validity be inquired into

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