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Area, 80,066 square miles.
First settled in 1918,
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
Area, 60 square miles.
Pop. 1870, 131,700.
Area, 113,916 square miles.
Pop. 1870, 9,658.
Area, 90,932 square miles.
Capital, Boise City.
Pop. 1870, 14,968. Organized as a Territory from portions of Dakota, Nebraska and Washington territories March 3, 1863.
Area, 143,776 square miles.
Pop. 1870, 20,595. Separated from Idaho and organized as a Territory May 26, 1864.
Area, 121,201 square miles.
Population 1870, 91,874. So called from the place of Metitile, the Aztec god of war. First settled in 1594 at Santa-Fe by the Spanish. Organized as a Territory, Sept. 9, 1850.
Population 1870, 23,955. So named in honor of George Washington. First settled at Astoria in 1811 by emigrants from New England. Organized as a Territory, Nov. 2, 1853.
Area, 147,490 square miles.
Population 1870, 14,181. So called after the common name of the Confederate Sioux tribes and signifies leagued, alliei. Organized as a Territory from a portion of Nebraska, March, 1661.
Area, 380,000 square miles.
Population 1867, 29,000. Ceded by Russia to the United States March 30, 1867, for $7,200,000
Population 1870, 9,118. Organized as a Territory from portions of Dakota, Idaho, Utah, July 25, 1868.
Area, 71,000 square miles.
Population 1860, 9,761. A tract of land set apart for the Indians and over which Congress does not exercise any control except for the preserv. ation of peace on the frontier. Organized as a Territory 1834 The most important place is Tah-le-quah.
THE MOST IMPORTANT TREATIES OF THE UNITED
Alliance with France ...
Feb. 6, 1779 Treaty of Paris (independence secured)
Sept. 3, 782 Treaty of Commerce with Prussia.
178 Treaty with Morocco
1787 Treaty of commerce with Great Britain (Jay's).
1794 Tieaty with the Six Nations and other Indian tribes.. 1794 'Treaty with Spain, by Pinckney; and Algiers, by Humpuries.
1795 Treaty with Tunis ; with Prussia (by J. Q. Adams) 1799 Treaty with France, by Ellsworth, Patrick Henry, &c., 1800 Treaty of Ghent, with Great Britain, signed by J. Q.
Adams, A. Gallatin, and H. Clay, for the United
1811 Ratified by the United States...
.Feb. 17, 1815 Treaty with the Choctaws and the Cherokees..
1816 Treaty with the Republic of Columbia...
1825 Treaty with the Creeks, Osages, &c. .
1825 Treaty with Great Britain, indemnifying American citi
zens for spoliations during the war with Napoleon, 1826 Treaty with Brazil..
.March 18, 1829 Treaty with Turkey .
..May 7, 1830 Treaty with Mexico (commercial)
April 5, 1831 Treaty with do...
April 5, 1832 Treaty with Naples.
.Oct. 14, 1832 Treaty with Russia (conimercial)
. .Dec. 18, 1832 Treaty with Great Britain respecting the N. E. boundary,
signed by Lord Ashburton and Mr. Webster, Aug. 20, 1842 Treaty with China, negotiated by. C. Cushing; ratified 1845 Treaty of peace with Mexico, signed at Guadaloupe 1849 Treaty with Great Britain, respecting Nicaragua, June, 1850 Treaty with China, signed at Tier Tsin..... ..June 13, 1838 Treaty with Japan, negotiated by Com. Perry, March 31, 1854 Another treaty with Japan, by Townsend Harris, June 17, 1857 Treaty with Mexico, negotiated by Mr. McLane, but rejected by the U. S. Senate.....
1860 Treaty between United es and Great Britain, to suppress the Slave Trade .....
1862 Treaty with Russia to purchase Russian America, ratified 1867 Treaty with Great Britain adjudicating the “Alabama Claim "
187) relied on.
SPEECH OF HON. STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS.
DELIVERED AT CHICAGO, MAY 18T, 1861.
MR. CHAIRMAN: I thank you for the kind terms in which you have been pleased to welcome me. I thank the Committee and citizens of Chicago for this grand and imposing reception. I beg you to believe that I will not do you nor myself the injustice to believe this magnificent ovation is personal homage to myself. I rejoice to know that it expresses your devotion to the Constitution, the Union, and the flag of our country. (Cheers.)
I will not conceal gratification at the uncontro. vertible test this vast audience presents—that what political differences or party questions may lave divided us, yet you all had a conviction that when the country should be in danger, my loyalty could be
That the present danger is imminent, no man can conceal. If war must come—if the bayonet must be used to maintain the Constitution—I can