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1818-10-19, Chickesaw Nation-U.S.
Treaty between the United States of America and the Chickesaw Nation, October 19, 1818, 7 Stat. 192-195. ( Treaty of Peace and Friendship between the
United States and the Chicesaws in which the Indians cede the land specified in Article 2. In consideration the United States agrees to pay the
Indians $20,000 dollars annually for 15 consecutive years and to compensate several individuals living in Tennessee and Kentucky for their expenses in
defending towns against the Creek Indians. The treaty was concluded on the ground east of Old Town in northeast Mississippi on October 19, 1818.)
Title:   Treaty with the Chickasaws to settle all territorial controversies, and to remove all ground of complaint or dissatisfaction, that might arise to interrupt the peace and harmony which have so long and happily existed between the United States of America and the Chickesaw nation of Indians, James Monroe, President of the United States / by Isaac Shelby and Andrew Jackson, of the one part, and the whole Chickesaw nation, by their chiefs, head men, and warriors, in full council assembled, of the other part.
OCLC Number:   994007997
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