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1816-09-14, Cherokee Nation-U.S.
Treaty of Peace and Friendship between the United States of America and Cherokee Nation, September 14, 1816, 7 Stat. 148-149. ( Treaty to perpetuate
Peace and Friendship between the United States and the Cherokee Nation. The Cherokee Indians acknowledged the boundary lines described in Article 2
and ceded the lands describe in that article to the United States. The treaty was concluded at the Chickasaw Council House in the Indian village of
Pontatock, the capitol of the Chickasaw Nation, on September 14, 1816.)
Title:   Treaty with the Cherokees to perpetuate peace and friendship between the United States and Cherokee tribe, or nation, of Indians, and to remove all future causes of dissension which may arise from indefinite territorial boundaries / the President of the United States, by major general Andrew Jackson, general David Meriwether, and Jesse Franklin, esquire, commissioners plenipotentiary on the one part, and the Cherokee delegates on the other.
OCLC Number:   992170215
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