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1830-09-27, Choctaw Nation-U.S.
Treaty of Perpetual Friendship, Cession and Limits between the United States and the Choctaw Nation, September 27, 1830, 7 Stat. 333-342. ( Treaty of
Perpetual Peace and Friendship between the United States and the Choctaw Nation in which the Choctaws ceded approximately 11 million acres, in what
is now Mississippi, in exchange for 15 million acres in what is now the state of Oklahoma. This Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek was the last major land
cession treaty signed by the Choctaw. The treaty was concluded at Dancing Rabbit Creek in the southwest corner of Noxubee County in the state of
Mississippi on September 27, 1830. Supplementary articles were concluded on September 28, 1830)
Title:   A Treaty of perpetual friendship, cession and limits / entered into by John H. Eaton and John Coffee, for and in behalf of the government of the United States, and the mingoes, chiefs, captains and warriors of the Choctaw nation, begun and held at Dancing Rabbit Creek.
OCLC Number:   1013932529
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