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1816-09-20, Chickasaw Nation-U.S.
Treaty with the Chickasaws to settle all territorial controversies, and to perpetuate that peace and harmony which has long happily subsisted between
the United States of America and the whole Chickasaw Nation, September 20, 1816, 7 Stat. 150-152. ( Treaty of Peace and Friendship between the United
States and the Chickasaw Nation. The Chickasaws ceded to the United States the lands specified in Article 2. In consideration the United States
agreed to pay the tribe $12,000 per year for ten years, and $4,500 after the treaty is ratified. Article 4 lists the tracts of land reserved for the
Chickasaw Nation. The treaty was concluded at the Chickasaw Council House in the Indian village of Pontatock, the capitol of the Chickasaw Nation, on
September 20, 1816.)
Title:   Treaty with the Chickasaws to settle all territorial controversies, and to perpetuate that peace and harmony which has long happily subsisted between the United States and Chickasaw nation, the president of the United States of America / by major general Andrew Jackson, general David Meriwether, and Jesse Franklin, esq, on the one part, and the whole Chickasaw nation, in council assembled, on the other, have agreed on the following articles, which when ratified by the president, with the advice and consent of the senate of the United States shall be binding on all parties
OCLC Number:   992170352
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