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1809-10-26, Wea Tribe-U.S.
Convention between the United States and the Wea tribe, October 26, 1809, 7 Stat. 116-117. ( A convention in which the Wea tribe consents to the
treaty concluded at Fort Wayne on September 30, 1809, 7 Stat. 113 (LLMC 69795). The Weas received an additional annuity of $300, a sum of $1,500 for
ceding the land mentioned in that treaty, and a permanent annuity of $100 when the Kickapoos consent to Article 9 of the Fort Wayne Treaty of September 39,
1809. This treaty was concluded at Vincennes in the Indiana Territory on September 30, 1809.)
Title:   A Convention entered into at Vincennes, in the Indiana territory, between William Henry Harrison, commissioner plenipotentiary of the United States, for treating with the Indian tribes of north-west of the Ohio and the Wea tribe.
OCLC Number:   992172279
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