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ARTICLE III. And it is further agreed between the parties, that the said United vide three States shall provide and support three blacksmiths' shops, with the neblacksmiths shops, &c. cessary tools, iron, and steel, for the use of the said Indians, for the
term of thirty years; one at Prairie du Chien, one at Fort Winnebaygo, and one on the waters of Rock river; and furthermore, the said United States engage to furnish, for the use of the said Indians, two yoke of oxen, one cart, and the services of a man at the portage of the Wisconsin and Fox rivers, to continue at the pleasure of the Agent at that place, the term not to exceed thirty years.
ARTICLE IV. U.S. agree to
The United States (at the request of the Indians aforesaid) further
agree to pay to the persons named in the schedule annexed to this treaty, claims against Winnebagoes.
(and which forms part and parcel thereof,) the several sums as therein specified, amounting, in all, to the sum of twenty-three thousand five hundred and thirty-two dollars and twenty-eight cents; which sum is in full satisfaction of the claims brought by said persons against said Indians, and by them acknowledged to be justly due.
ARTICLE V. U.S. to grant
And it is further agreed, that, from the land hereinbefore ceded, there certain lands to shall be granted by the United States to the persons herein named, descendants of
(being descendants of said Indians,) the quantity of land as follows, to Indians.
be located without the mineral country, under the direction of the President of the United States, that is to say: to Catherine Myott, two sections; to Mary, daughter of Catharine Myott, one section; to Michael St. Cyr, son of Hee-no-kau, (a Winnebaygo woman,) one section; to Mary, Ellen, and Brigitte, daughters of said Hee-no-kau, each one section; to Catherine and Olivier, children of Olivier Amelle, each one section; to François, Therese, and Joseph, children of Joseph Thibault, each one section; to Sophia, daughter of Joshua Palen, one section; to Pierre Pacquette, two sections, and to his two children, Therese and Moses, each one section; to Pierre Grignon L'Avoine, Amable, Margaret, Genevieve, and Mariette, children of said Pierre, each one section; to Mauh-nah-tee-see, (a Winnebaygo woman,) one section; and to her eight children, viz: Therese, Benjamin, James, Simeon, and Phelise Leciiyer, Julia, and Antoine Grignon, and Alexis Peyet, each one section; to John Baptiste Pascal, Margaret, Angelique, Domitille, Therese, and Lisette, children of the late John Baptiste Pacquette, each one section; to Madeline Brisbois, daughter of the late Michel Brisbois, Jr. one section; to Therese Gagnier and her two children, François and Louise, two sections; to Mary, daughter of Luther Gleason, one section; and to Theodore Lupien, one section; all which aforesaid grants are not to be leased or sold by said grantees to any per
son or persons whatever, without the permission of the President of the Annuity of $50 United States; and it is further agreed, that the said United States shall to Therese pay to Therese Gagnier the sum of fifty dollars per annum, for fifteen Gagnier. years, to be deducted from the annuity to said Indians.
ARTICLE VI.* Sub-agent to
The said United States hereby agree (by the request of said Indians,) be appointed. to appoint a sub-agent for them, to reside on the waters of Rock river,
and also to continue the present sub-agency at Fort Winnebaygo. But it is understood that the rejection of this article, by the Senate, is not to affect the validity of this Treaty.
* Not ratified.
Caleb Atwater, Commissioners as aforesaid, and the Chiefs and
Hay-ray-tshoan-saip—Black Hawk, Hoo-wau-noo-kaw-Little Elk,
Wau-kaum-kaw-Rattle Snake, Maun-kaw-kaw-Earth,
Wau-tshee-roo-kun-o-kaw-Master of the Ah-sheesh-kaw-Broken Arm,
Lodge, Waw-kaun-kaw-Rattle Snake,
Monee-kaw—the Bear who scratches, Chey-skaw-kaw—White Ox,
Wau-kaun - tshaw - zee - kaw - Yellow
Watsh-hat-a-kaw-Big Canoe, Jarot, or Jarrot,
Wau-wotsh-ah-hay-kaw - Sharp ThunNau-kaw-lar-ry-maumee-Wood,
der Hee-tshah-wau-shaip-soots-kaw Red Waw-tsho-zhoo-kaw-the Leader, War Eagle,
-, Hee-tshab-way-shaip-skaw-kaw - White Chah-way-saip-kaw-Black Eagle, War Eagle,
Saun-tsbah-mau-nee, Tshee-o-nuzh-ee-kaw–He who stands in Maunee-hat-a-kaw-Big Walker, the House,
Kaish-kee-pay-kaw. Wau-kaun-hah-kaw-Snake Skin,
In presence of Charles S. Hempstead, Sec. to the Commission. Joseph M. Street, Indian Agent. Thomas Forsyth, Indian Agent. Alex. Wolcott, Indian Agent. John H. Kenzie, Sub. Agt Indian Affairs. 2. Taylor, Lt. Col. U. S. Army. H. Dodge A. Hil Henry Gratiot. Wm. Branmont, Surgeon U. 8. Army. G. W. Garey, Lt. 1st Inf. Richard Gentry. James Turney. Richard H. Bell._John W. Johnson. W. M. Read. G. W. Kennerly. R. Holmes, U. 8. A. J. B. Dallam. J. R. B. Gardiner, Lt. 1st U. S. Infantry. Ch. Chouteau. John Messersmith. John L. Chastain. Wm. P. Smith. Charles H. Henshaw. James B. Estis. Jesse Benton, Jr. Jacob Hamilton. John Quaill. John Garland, Major U. S. Army. Henry Crossle. Joo. L. Bogardus. B. B. Karcheval. Luther Gleason. Pierre Paquet, Winnebago Interpreter at Treaty. J. Palen. Jaque Mettez. Antoine Le Claire. Joge. M. Brisbois.
To the Indian names are subjoined marks.
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT
Aug. 3, 1829. Proclamation, Jan. 2, 1830.
Made between John M'Elvain, thereto specially authorised by the
President of the United States, and the band of Delaware Indians, upon the Sandusky River, in the State of Ohio, for the cession of a certain reservation of land in the said State.
Certain land ceded to U.S.
ARTICLE I. The said band of Delaware Indians cede to the United States the tract of three miles square, adjoining the Wyandot reservation upon the Sandusky river, reserved for their use by the treaty of the Rapids of the Maumee, concluded between the United States and the Wyandots, Seneca, Delaware, Shawanees, Potawatamies, Ottawas, and Chippiwa tribes of Indians, on the twenty-ninth day of September, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventeen, and the said tribe of Delawares engage to remove to and join their nation on the west side of the Mississippi, on the land allotted to them, on or before the first day of January next, at which time peaceable possession of said reservation is to be given to the United States.
Ante, p. 160.
ARTICLE II. In consideration of the stipulations aforesaid, it is agreed, that the United States shall pay to the said band the sum of three thousand dollars: two thousand dollars in hand, the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged by the undersigned Chiefs of said tribe, and the remaining balance of one thousand dollars to be appropriated to the purchase of horses, clothing, provisions, and other usefull articles, to aid them on their journey so soon as they are prepared remove.
In witness whereof, the said John M'Elvain, and the Chiefs of the said band, have hereunto set their hands and seals at Little Sandusky, in the State of Ohio, this third day of August, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty-nine.
To the lodian names are subjoined a mark and seal
To the Delaware Treaty, concluded at St. Mary's in the State of Sept. 24, 1829. Ohio, on the 3d of October, 1818.
Proclamation, March 24, 1831.
Ante, p. 188. WHEREAS the foregoing Treaty stipulates that the United States shall provide for the Delaware Nation, a country to reside in, West of the Mississippi, as the permanent residence of their Nation; and whereas the said Delaware Nation, are now willing to remove, on the following conditions, from the country on James' fork of White river in the State of Missouri, to the Country selected in the fork of the Kansas and Missouri River, as recommended by the government, for the permanent residence of the whole Delaware Nation; it is hereby agreed upon by the parties, that the country in the fork of the Kansas and Missouri Rivers, extending up the Kansas River, to the Kansas Line, and up the Missouri River to Camp Leavenworth, and thence by a line drawn Westwardly, leaving a space ten miles wide, north of the Kansas boundary line, for an outlet; shall be conveyed and forever secured by the United States, to the said Delaware Nation, as their permanent residence: And the United States hereby pledges the faith of the government to guarantee to the said Delaware Nation forever, the quiet and peaceable possession and undisturbed enjoyment of the same, against the claims and assaults of all and every other people whatever. And the United States hereby agrees to furnish the Delaware Nation
Horses, wawith forty horses, to be given to their poor and destitute people, and the gons, &c. to be
for use of six waggons and ox-teams, to assist the nation in removing their Delawares. heavy articles to their permanent home; and to supply them with all necessary farming utensils and tools necessary for building houses, &c: and to supply them with provisions on their journey, and with one year's provisions after they get to their permanent residence; and to have a griss and saw mill erected for their use, within two years after their complete removal.
And it is hereby expressly stipulated and agreed upon by the parties, Additional per. that for and in consideration of the full and entire relinquishment by manent anthe Delaware Nation of all claim whatever to the country now occupied
nuity. by them in the State of Missouri, the United States shall pay to the said Delaware Nation, an additional permanent annuity of one thousand dollars.
And it is further stipulated that thirty-six sections of the best land Reservation of within the limits hereby relinquished, shall be selected under the direc- land for school tion of the President of the United States, and sold for the purpose of purposes. raising a fund, to be applied under the direction of the President, to the support of schools for the education of Delaware children.
It is agreed upon by the parties that this supplementary article shall Country to be be concluded in part only, at this time, and that a deputation of a Chief, explored, &c. or Warrior, from each town with their Interpretor shall proceed with the Agent to explore the country more fully, and if they approve of said country, to sign their names under ours, which shall be considered as finally concluded on our part; and after the same shall be ratified by the President and Senate of the United States, shall be binding on the contracting parties.
In testimony whereof the United States Indian Agent, and the Chiefs and Warriors of the Delaware Nation of Indians, have hereunto set
Right to hunt reserved.
practicable after the ratification of this treaty, and shall also cause good
Treaty binding when ratified.
In testimony whereof, the said John M'Niel, Pierre Menard, and
Caleb Atwater, Commissioners as aforesaid, and the Chiefs and
To the Indian names are subjoined marks.