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1832-09-21, Sac and Fox-U.S.
Articles of a Treaty of Peace, Friendship and Cession between the United States and the confederated tribes of Sac and Fox Indians, September 21,
1832, 7 Stat. 374-376. ( Articles of a Treaty of Peace, Friendship and Cession between the United States and the Sac and Fox Indians. The Indians ceded
the land described in Article I to the United States and agreed to leave that land. They were forbidden to reside, plant, or fish on the land they
ceded. As compensation the United States provided a reservation for the use of the confederated tribes on land on both sides of the Ioway River. The
United States also agreed to pay the tribes $20,000 for the next 30 years for the territory. One provision required the Indians to give up the eastern
third of Iowa for their failure to restrain Black Hawk from going to war. The treaty was concluded at Fort Armstrong, Rock Island, Illinois on September
21,1832.)
Title:   Articles of a treaty of peace, friendship and cession, concluded at Fort Armstrong, Rock Island, Illinois / between the United States of America, by their commissioners, Major General Winfield Scott, of the United States Army, and His Excellency John Reynolds, Governor of the state of Illinois, and the confederated tribes of Sac and Fox Indians, represented, in general Council, by the undersigned chiefs, head-men and warriors.
OCLC Number:   1013186194
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