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Military post, U. S. released from support of garrison at Fort Clark Navigation, of all water courses through reservation, reserved to U. S. forever right of, guarantied to Osages

Protection, of United States promised

Reservations, tract 50 miles wide, to west boundary of cession

to be surveyed and marked, at expense of United States; agents,
teachers, and others, shall occupy as much as necessary
to certain half breeds, named*

54 other sections, to raise a fund for support of schools
three sections, for support of missionary establishments

Survey, of reservation to be made at expense of United States

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Consideration, $500 in money or goods, to be delivered for privilege of making a road; and $300 worth of merchandize delivered Road, United States commissioners may survey and mark out; shall be free to citizens of United States and of Mexico; chiefs will render friendly aid to travellers; to extend on either side, so that travellers may seek subsistence and camping places

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* The United States stipulated with the Cherokees, in treaty of December 29, 1835, to extinguish the title to eight sections of these reservations, and allowed therefor $15,000. See pages 636, 646.

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No. 5.

Annuities, to the Ottawas, $800; Chippewas, $800; Wyandots, $400; Pot

tawatimas, $400, perpetual

may be hereafter commuted, if desired

Blacksmiths, to be furnished, one for the Chippewas, at Saguina one for the Ottawas, at the Miami

Cession, from mouth of Miami river to the Great Auglaize, etc.
Consideration, $10,000 in money, goods, implements, or animals; one-third
to the Ottawas; one-third to the Chippewas; one-sixth to
the Wyandots; and one-sixth to the Pattawatimas; per-
petual annuity of $2,400

Fishing, on ceded lands, while property of the United States, permitted
Hunting, on ceded lands, while property of the United States, permitted
Protection of the United States acknowledged
Reservations, six miles square, on the Miami, to include Tondaganie's vil-
lage; three miles square on the Miami, to include Presque
Isle; four miles square on Miami bay; three miles square
on river Raisin, at Macon; two miles square near river
Rouge; three miles square* on Lake St. Clair; and six sec-
tions of one mile square each

to be laid out in squares, or parallelograms, and not to inter-
fere with French or other settlements, or former cessions

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No. 6. SEE CHIPPEWAS, No. 6

No. 7. SEE WYANDOTS, No. 9

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No. 8.

Boundary, of lands ceded, defined

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Cession, right to lands ceded by Sacs and Foxes, November 3, 1804, (see page 109,) relinquished

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lands on left bank of Fox river, Consideration, merchandize, considerable quantity delivered; $1,000 in

goods, twelve years, at first cost, on the Illinois

Fishing, on ceded lands, while property of the United States, permitted
Hunting, on ceded lands, while property of the United States, permitted
Merchandize, $1,000 worth, twelve years, to be delivered on the Illinois

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Reservations, all the lands ceded by the Sacs and Foxes, north of a west line from southern extremity of Lake Michigan, to the Mississippi, excepting five leagues square

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Cession, St. Martin islands in Lake Huron

Consideration, a quantity of goods, receipt acknowledged

No. 12.

Annuities, to the Ottawas, $1,000, forever, in specie

$1,500, ten years, for blacksmith, teacher, etc. Pattawatimas, $5,000, twenty years, in specie

$1,000, 15 years, for blacksmith, teacher, etc. Agriculture, one person to be employed ten years, to teach the Ottawas Blacksmith, one to be supported for the Ottawas ten years; and one for the Pattawatimas fifteen years

Cession, lands from S. bank of St. Joseph river, N. from Rum's village to a line due E. from S. extremity of Lake Michigan, etc.

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*This and parts of other reservations ceded to the United States by treaty with the Chippewas, May 9, 1836. See page 666.

Consideration, to the Ottawas, $1,000 annually, forever, in specie; $1,500
ten years, for support of a blacksmith, farmer, and teacher,
and in the purchase of cattle and farming utensils; to the
Pattawatimas, $5,000 in specie, twenty years; $1,000 fifteen
years for support of a blacksmith and teacher

Education, teacher to be employed for the Ottawas ten years, and for the
Pattawatimas fifteen years

Hunting, stipulations of the treaty of Greenville (see page 58) applied
Reservations, for the use of the Indians, five tracts, in all, 20 miles square
to certain individuals, in all, 25 sections

shall be located after survey, and not conveyed without consent

of the President

two miles square for use of blacksmiths and teachers

Road, U. S. shall have privilege of making, from Detroit and Fort Wayne to Chicago

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Agriculture, implements now used by Ottoways shall be sold, and the pro

ceeds paid to owners

Annuities, to band at Blanchard's fork, a fair proportion due by former treaties
to band at Roche de Bœuf, proportion due by former treaties
deficiency of $580 in annuity for 1830, to be divided when paid
Cession, 21,760 acres, reserved by treaty, Sept. 29, 1817, (see page 219)
to be sold in same manner as public lands; proceeds to be applied to
payment of certain debts; surplus, if any, to be invested
28,157 acres, reserved by treaty Nov. 17, 1807, (see page 138)
to be sold in same manner as public lands; proceeds applied to pay-
ment of certain debts; and surplus, if any, to be invested
$100 to be paid to Nau-on-quai-que-zhick, from surplus
Consideration, to band at Blanchard's fork, 80 blankets, 25 rifles, 35 axes, 12
ploughs, 20 sets horse gear, and Russia sheeting for tents, to
be delivered as presents

same to band at Roche de Bœuf, when they consent to remove

Debts, to certain individuals, to amount of $15,642 25, to be paid by U. S. from proceeds sales of lands

to be examined at Treasury Department before they are paid

to J. Anderson and F. Lavoy, $200 each

Emigration, band at Blanchard's fork, consent to remove W. of Mississippi; expenses to be paid by U. S., and provisions supplied one year after removal

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band at Roche de Boeuf, not willing to remove at present
band at Roche de Bœuf to be removed, when ready, at expense of
U. S.; shall be subsisted one year, and receive like presents as

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Improvements, on lands ceded, $2,000 to be advanced for; not to be paid un-
til arrival west; and to be refunded from sales of land

Protection, at new residence, against other tribes, guarantied by U. S.
Reservations, to band at Blanchard's fork, 34,000 acres, in fee simple, W. of

Mississippi; in exchange for the 21,700 acres

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shall not be sold, except to U. S.; and shall not be included in
any state or territory

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to band at Roche de Boeuf, 40,000 acres in fee simple, W. of
Mississippi, in exchange for the 28,157 acres when they con-

sent to remove

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to two half-breeds, quarter section each; to children of Yellow
Hair, a half section

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No. 17.

Cession, lands on each side Miami river, and on Miami bay, reserved by treaties, Nov. 16, 1807, (p. 138) and Sept. 29, 1817, (p. 223) without claim for improvements

may be surveyed before removal

Consideration, $29,440, to be applied in extinguishment of debts

Debts, to amount of $29,440 to be paid by U. S.

other debts to amount of $2,550, to be paid out of $18,000, claimed as
due, under treaty No. 16

Emigration, in six months after payment of consideration, agreed to
Reservations, to certain individuals, (2,560 acres in all)

part, not to be alienated, without approbation of the President

No. 18. SEE CHIPPEWAS, No. 19

No. 19.

Agriculture, two farmers and assistants to be supported ten years $10,000 allowed for implements, cattle, etc.

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$3,000 for missions, twenty years

$300 for physician, medicine, etc. until Indians remove
$100 to Ningweegon, during his natural life

$50 to Chusco, a warrior under Gen. Wayne

Blacksmith shops, United States will keep two additional

shop at Michilimackinac shall be renewed

Cession, from mouth of Grand river, to head of Thunder Bay, etc.
Consideration, $30,000 annually in specie, 20 years; $5,000 for education, 20
years; $3,000 for missions; $10,000 for implements, cattle
and tools; $300 per annum for physician and medicines;
$2,000 in provisions; 6,500 lbs. of tobacco; 100 bbls. salt and
500 fish barrels, 20 years; $150,000 in goods, to be delivered
at Michilimackinac on ratification of this treaty
$200,000 additional allowed by the Senate, for changing per-
manent into temporary reservations
$150,000, to be divided among half-breeds

$48,148, to be divided among half-breeds on Grand River
$30,000 to be paid to chiefs to be divided, per schedule

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Debts, $300,000 shall be set apart for payment of just debts, to be examined by a commissioner

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no claims to be allowed for debts contracted prior to late war with
England; and other classes of claims excluded-sup. art.

Dormitory, to be built for Indians visiting the post, and persons appointed

to keep it, ten years

Education, $5,000, twenty years, for teachers, school-houses and books
Emigration, deputation shall be sent, to provide a location among the Chip-

pewas, West of Mississippi

[altered by ratification of Senate, p. 659.]

to be removed when ready at expense of U. S.; a year's subsist-
ence provided; and same articles as given to Pattawatimas

proper quantity of clothing to be given

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Expenses, of journey to Washington and back, to be paid by U. S. and a

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Fish barrels, 500 to be delivered annually, twenty years
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Half-breeds, $150,000 to be divided among; to be arranged in three classes;

proportion and mode of payinent pointed out

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$5,000 of this sum to be applied to the support of the poor

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on Grand river, $48,148 to be divided among, in lieu of reserva-
tions of land

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Hunting, on ceded lands, granted until required for settlement
Improvements, on ceded lands shall be appraised and paid for
Interpreter, shall be permanently provided by United States
Mechanics, two to be supported by United States ten years
tools to be purchased

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[The stipulations in art. 7 of this treaty for the support of blacksmiths, farmers, mechanics, etc. to be continued as long after the expiration of the periods fixed, as Congress may appropriate for the objects, 653.]

Merchandize, $150,000 in goods and provisions, to be delivered on ratifica

tion of treaty at Michilimackinac

Missions, $3,000, for support of, twenty years

establishments on Grand river shall be appraised, and value paid
to the proper Boards

[changed by Senate, and proceeds of 160 acres of land allowed for-p. 659.] Provisions, $2,000 worth to be delivered, annually, twenty years Reservations, 50,000 acres on Little Traverse bay; 20,000 acres on North shore

Great Traverse bay; 70,000 acres on Pierre Marquetta river;
1,000 acres on the Cheboigan; 1,000 acres on Thunderbay river
six miles square, at the straits of Michilimackinac; Beaver
islands; Round island; Chenos islands; Sugar island; 640
acres at Little rapids; tract at mouth of Pississowining river;
640 acres on Grand island; 200 acres on main land south of it;
two sections on north extremity of Green Bay
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$48,148 to be divided among half breeds on Grand river
Salt, 100 barrels, to be delivered, annually, twenty years
Schedule, of chiefs, entitled to portions of $150,000 allotted
Tobacco, 6,500 pounds, to be delivered, annually, twenty years
Vaccine matter, part of $300 per annum allowed for

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Is a treaty of peace and friendship; hostilities mutually forgiven and forgotten; perpetual peace and friendship declared; and protection of the United States acknowledged

No. 2.

Arms, ammunition, etc., shall not be supplied to any tribe not in amity with

United States

Depredations, no retaliation shall take place for; complaints shall be made to Superintendent; offenders shall be delivered up; on Indians, shall be punished the same as if on Whites; horses and other property stolen, shall be restored; on Indians, indemnification guarantied by United States

Protection, of United States, mutually acknowledged and promised all agents of the United States to be protected

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Trade, right of United States to regulate, admitted; shall be transacted at places designated by President; none but American citizens admitted; United States will license traders; their persons and property shall be protected; foreigners shall be apprehended and delivered up; travellers to and from Mexico, not to be molested

Whites, shall be delivered up, on demand of the President

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