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1802-10-17, Choctaw Nation-U.S.
Provisional Convention between the United States and the Choctaw Nation to perpetuate concord and friendship, October 17, 1802, 7 Stat. 73-74. ( A
convention between the United States and the Choctaw nation providing for a commission composed of representatives from the United States and the
Choctaw tribe to alter the boundary lines originally established by Great Britain. The convention was negotiated at Fort Confederation on the Tombigby in
Choctaw country.)
Title:   A provisional convention, entered into and made by Brigadier-General James Wilkinson, of the state of Maryland, commissioner for holding conferences with the Indians south of the Ohio River, in behalf of the the United States, on the one part; and the whole Choctaw Nation, by their chiefs, head men, and principal warriors, on the other part.
OCLC Number:   987447711
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