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1818-09-25, Great and Little Osage Nation-U.S.
Treaty between the United States and the Great and Little Osage Nation, September 24, 1818, 7 Stat. 183-184. ( Treaty between the United States and
the Great and Little Osage Nation. The Indians cede a tract of land along the Arkansas River described in Article 1 in order to protect U.S. citizens
from frequent attacks by war parties. The U.S. also agrees to compensate citizens for the losses they have sustained. The treaty was concluded at St.
Louis in the Missouri Territory on September 25, 1818.)
Title:   A Treaty made and concluded / by, and between, William Clark, governor of the Missouri Territory, superintendent of Indian affairs, and commissioner in behalf of the United States, of the one part; and a full and complete deputation of considerate men, chiefs, and warriors, of all the several bands of the Great and Little Osage nation, assembled in behalf of their said nation, of the other part.
OCLC Number:   1013976105
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