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1802-06-30, Seneca Nation-U.S. (indenture)
Indenture between the Seneca Nation of Indians and Wilhem Willink, Pieter Van Eeghan, Hendrik Vollenhoven, and others, June 30, 1802, 7 Stat. 70-72.
( Indenture between the Seneca Nation of Indians and nine individuals of the city of Amsterdam, and the Republic of Batavia under the authority of the
United States. The Indians ceded all their land in the county of Ontario in the state of New York. This was land reserved for the Indians in the
Treaty of Big Tree finalized on the Genesee River on September 15, 1797, 7 Stat. 601. This treaty was concluded at Buffalo Creek in the county of Ontario
in the State of New York on June 30, 1802.)
Title:   This Indenture made the thirtieth day of June, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and two, between the Sachems, Chiefs, and Warriors of the Seneca Nation of Indians, of the first part, and Wilhem Willink, Pieter Van Eeghen, Hendrik Vollehoven, W. Willink the younger, I. Willink the younger (son of Jan) Jan Gabriel Van Staphorst, Roelof Van Staphorst, the younger, Cornelis Vollenhoven, and Hendrik Seye, all of the city of Amsterdam, and republic of Batavia, by Joseph Ellicott, esquire, their agent and attorney, of the second part.
OCLC Number:   988347016
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