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1801-10-24, Chickasaws-U.S.
Treaty of reciprocal advantages and mutual convenience between the United States of America and the Chickasaws, October 24, 1801, 7 Stat.65-66. ( The
Chickasaw Indians gave permission to the U.S. to build roads between the settlements of the Mero District in the state of Tennessee and those of
Natchez in the Mississippi Territory. The agreement was concluded at Chickasaw Bluffs in Tennessee.)
Title:   A treaty of reciprocal advantages and mutual convenience between the United States of America and the Chickasaws / the President of the United States, by James Wilkinson brigadier general in the service of the United States, Benjamin Hawkins of North Carolina, and Andrew Pickens of South Carolina, commissioners of the United States, who are vested with full powers, and the Mingco, principal men and warriors of the Chickasaw nation, representing the said nation, have agreed to the following articles.
OCLC Number:   987447992
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