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1832-01-19, Wyandot-U.S.
Articles of Agreement and Convention between the United States and the Wyandots residing at the Big Spring in the County of Crawford, January 19,
1832, 7 Stat. 364-365. ( Articles of Agreement and Convention between the United States and the Wyandots residing at the Big Spring in the county of
Crawford. The Wyandots ceded sixteen thousand acres of land granted to them by Article 2 of the Treaty of St. Mary's, 7 Stat. 178 (LLMC 69837). Article V
specifies that the Wyandots agree to either move to Canada or the land near the Huron River in the Michigan Territory. In the first draft of this
treaty, provision was made for the removal of the band to west of the Mississippi, but they refused to accept a grant of land, or to move there, and the
articles relating to this were omitted. Circumstances did not allow enough time to revise the treaty. The agreement and convention was concluded at
McCutcheonsville, Ohio on January 19, 1832.)
Title:   Articles of agreement and convention made and concluded at McCutcheonville, Crawford county, Ohio, on the nineteenth day of January, 1832 / by and between James B. Gardiner, specially appointed commissioner on the part of the United States, and the chiefs, headmen and warriors of the band of Wyandots, residing at the Big Spring.
OCLC Number:   1013931816
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