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List of documents relating to the negotiation of ratified and unratified treaties with various Indian Tribes, 1801-1869, special list no. 6 (1949)

Documents relating to the negotiation of ratified and unratified treaties with various tribes of Indians, 1801-1869: introduction and ratified treaties, 1801-1826 (1960)

Ratified treaty no. 30, treaty of October 24, 1801 with the Chickasaw Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (October 24, 1801)

1. Sec. of War to Gen. Jas. Wilkinson and Wm. R. Davie, June 18 and 24, 1801, notifying them of their appointment to serve jointly with Benj. Hawkins in holding conferences with several "Indian Nations south of Ohio." (IA, LS, vol. A, p. 53, 56-58)
2. Sec. of War to John McKee and Return J. Meigs, Ind. Agts., June 18, 1801, enclosing "invitation of President" to Cherokee, Chickasaw, and Choctaw to meet U.S. comrs. in conference. (IA, LS, vol. A, p. 54-56)
3. Instructions, June 24, 1801. (IA, LS, vol. A, p. 59-67)
4. Sec. of War to Benj. Hawkins and Jas. Wilkinson, June 25, 1801, enclosing instructions (above). (IA, LS, vol. A, p. 69-70)
5. Sec. of War to Benj. Hawkins and Jas. Wilkinson, June 16, 1801, advising that Andrew Pickens was to act as comr. in place of Wm. R. Davie; same to Andrew Pickens, same date, notifying him of his appointment (IA, LS, vol. A, p. 101-102)
6. Treaty comrs. to Sec. of War, Aug. 19-Nov. 14, 1801, relating their proceedings. (IA, LR, 1801)
7. Benj. Hawkins and Jas. Wilkinson to R. J. Meigs, Oct. 26 and 28, 1801, re the Chickasaw treaty. (Cherokee Agency, LR, 1801)

Ratified treaty no. 31, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of December 17, 1801, with the Chocktaw Indians (December 17, 1801)

1. Comrs. to Sec. of War, Dec. 11, 1801, re arrival of Indian delegates and preparations for conference.*
2. Minutes of conference with chiefs of Chocktaw Nation, Dec. 12-17, 1801 (certified copy including text of treaty. 28 p.)*
See items 1-6 under Treaty of Oct. 24, 1801.

Ratified treaty no. 33, treaty of June 30, 1802, with the Seneca Indians - citizens of the county of Ontario and state of New York. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (June 16, 1802)

1. Comrs. to Gov. of Ga. and others, May 10-June 27, 1802, re their proceedings. (Creek Agency, LS, 1802)
2. Treaty (certified copy lacking signatures).*
3. Jas. Wilkinson, Benj. Hawkins, and Andrew Pickens, Comrs., to Sec. of War, June 17, 1802: a report in two copies, enclosing a copy of the treaty (above). (3 p. each).*
4. Instructions, July 17, 1801. (IA, LS, vol. A, p. 103-105)
See items 1-2 and 4-6 under Treaty of Oct. 24, 1801

Ratified treaty no. 33, treaty of June 30, 1802, with the Seneca Indians - citizens of the county of Ontario and state of New York. (June 30, 1802)

1. Instructions, Mar. 17, 1802. (IA, LS, vol. A, p. 194)
2. Sec. of War to Geo. Clinton, Gov. of N. Y., Mar. 17, 1802, re proposed negotiations between Holland Land Co., citizens of N.Y., and any one of the Six Nations of Indians. (IA, LS, vol. A, p. 195)
Note: The text of this agreement ("held under authority of United States") that appears in Kappler, p. 60-61, lacks final paragraph of text printed in American State Papers: Indian Affairs, 1:666.

Ratified treaty no. 34, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of June 30, 1802, with the Seneca Indians - citizens of Amsterdam and Republic of Batavia (June 30, 1802)

Treaty (copy).* See note under treaty of same date with citizens of State of New York. Note: "Treaty held under authority of United States."

Ratified treaty no. 35, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 17, 1802, with the Choctaw Indians (October 17, 1802)

1. Treaty (original copy with signatures).*
2. Talk (certified copy) delivered before Gen. Wilkinson by Mingo Homastubby in council on Oct 18, 1802. (Creek Agency, LR, 1802)
3. Report (certified copy) of Dec. 18, 1802, to Sec. of War, transmitting treaty (not otherwise identified, but unratified) concluded by Comrs. Wilkinson, Hawkins, and Perkins on previous day, which discusses in detail the boundary line of the Choctaw Nation. (IA, LR)
See items 1-5 under Treaty of Oct. 24, 1801

Ratified treaty no. 36, treaty of June 7, 1803, with the Delaware, Shawnee, Potawatomi, Miami, Eel River, Wea, Kickapoo, Piankashaw, and Kaskaskia Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (June 7, 1803)

1. Instructions, Feb. 21, 1803. (IA, LS, vol. A, p. 328-331)
2. Sec. of War to Wm. Henry Harrison, Treaty Comr., Sept. 23, 1803, acknowledging receipt of "treaties, conventions, etc." (IA, LS, vol. A, p. 375)
3. Journal of accounts of John Johnston, U.S. Factor at Ft. Wayne, dated Jan. 1, 1804, which includes an account of council proceedings, June 1-7, 1803. (Office of Indian Trade, Ft. Wayne Factory, LR, 1804)

Ratified treaty no. 37. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items 1-2 under ratified treaty no. 36 (August 7, 1803)

See items 1-2 under Treaty of June 7, 1803.

Ratified treaty no. 38. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items 1-2 under ratified treaty no. 36 (August 13, 1803)

See items 1-2 under Treaty of June 7, 1803.

Ratified treaty no. 39. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items 1-5 under ratified treaty no. 30 and item 2 under ratified treaty no. 51 (August 31, 1803)

See items 1-5 under Treaty of Oct. 24, 1801, and item 2 under treaty of Nov. 16, 1805.

Ratified treaty no. 40. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items 1-2 under ratified treaty no. 36 (August 18, 1804)

Instructions (supplemental), June 21 and 27, 1804. (IA, LS, vol. B, p. 6-8) See items 1-2 under Treaty of June 7, 1803

Ratified treaty no. 41. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items 1-2 under ratified treaty no. 36 and item under ratified treaty no. 40 (August 27, 1804)

See items 1-2 under Treaty of June 7, 1803 and item under Treaty of Aug. 18, 1804.

Ratified treaty no. 42, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 24, 1804, with the Cherokee Indians (October 21, 1804)

1. Description (shorthand copy) of Cherokee country, Jan. 17, 1804, by Return J. Meigs, agent and comr. to Cherokee. (3 p.)*
2. Instructions, Apr. 4, 1804. (IA, LS, vol. A, p.459-460; 2 letters)
3. Talks of chiefs, Oct. 15 and 19, 1804. (2 p., 1 p.)*
4. (a) Treaty (photostatic copy of original, with signatures); (b) "true copy" of treaty with attached "platt of the tract of land ceded"- part of plat missing.*
5. Daniel Smith, Comr., to Sec. of War, Oct. 31, 1804: report enclosing treaty and discussing negotiations beginning on Oct. 10, 1804 (2 ¼ p.)*
6. John McKee, Sec. of U.S. Senate, and Thos. L. McKenney to Sec. of War, Apr. 13, 15, and 29, 1824. (OIA, LR, 1824--Cherokee East)
7. Sec. of War to President, Apr. 29, 1824, re treaty of Oct. 24, 1804, and delaying of its ratification. (OIA, LR, 1824--Cherokee East)
8. Daniel Brent, Chief Clerk of Dept. of State, and Thos. W. Cobb, member of U.S. House of Repr., to Sec. of War, May 17 and 21, 1824, re the treaty. (OIA, LR, 1824--Cherokee East)
9. HR resolution (copy) of Dec. 15, 1824, requesting President to lay before House papers concerning treaty negotiations. (OIA, LR, 1824--Cherokee East)
Note: Treaty not proclaimed until May 17, 1824.

Ratified treaty no. 43. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items 1-2 under ratified treaty no. 36 and item under ratified treaty no. 40 (November 3, 1804)

See items 1-2 under Treaty of June 7, 1803, and item under Treaty of Aug. 18, 1804.

Ratified treaty no. 44. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 45 (July 4, 1805)

See items under other treaty of this date. Note: Treaty printed in American State Papers: Indian Affairs, 1:696; not printed in Kappler. Note: this treaty is not identical with the other treaty of this date with the same tribes of Indians but is an additional tripartite agreement that included as third parties the Connecticut Land Company incorporated under the name of "the Proprietors of the half million acres of Land lying south of Lake Erie Called Sufferers Land." It provided for the session by the Indians and the purchase by the companies of the Indian claims to the so-called "Connecticut Reserve." The agreement is signed by: Chas. Jouett as Comr. of U.S., Henry Champion for the Connecticut Land Co., and Isaac Mills for the proprietors of the Sufferers' Land , and is sealed by a number of Indian chiefs. The original treaty is in the Indian Treaty File, no. 44 (RG 11), together with resolution of U.S. Senate, Jan. 17, 1806, advising ratification. It was approved by the President, Jan. 25, 1806.

Ratified treaty no. 45, treaty of July 4, 1805, with the Wyandot, Ottawa, Chippewa, Munsee, Delaware, Shawnee, and Potawatomi Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (July 4, 1805)

1. Sec. of War to Chas. Jouett, Mar. 23, 1805, re forwarding of his appointment and instructions as treaty comr. (IA, LS, vol. B, p. 55)
2. Instructions, Apr. 2, 1805. (IA, LS, vol. B, p. 62-64)
3. Wm. Dean to Sec. of War, Nov. 9, 1805, re fulfillment of articles of treaty. (IA, LR, 1805)

Ratified treaty no. 46, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of July 23, 1805, with the Chickasaw Indians (July 23, 1805)

1. Instructions (preliminary), Oct. 25, 1804. (IA, LS, vol. B, p. 19-21)
2. Instructions (later-3 letters), Mar. 20, 1805. (IA, LS, vol. B, p. 47-54)
3. Journal of comrs. (Jas. Robertson and Silas Dinsmore) to treat with Choctaw and Chickasaw Indians, July 6-25, 1805. (1 vol., 72 p.)*

Ratified treaty no. 47, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of August 21, 1805, with the Delaware, Potawatomi, Miami, Eel River, and Wea Indians (August 21, 1805)

Sec. of War to Wm. H. Harrison, Oct. 11, 1805, acknowledging receipt of treaty and communicating wish of President that negotiations with Piankashaw be concluded. (IA, LS, vol. B, p. 119-120) See items 1-2 under Treaty of June 7, 1803, and item under Treaty of Aug. 18, 1804.

Ratified treaty, treaty of September 23, 1805, with the Sioux Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6. (September 23, 1805)

Letter of Sept. 11, 1837, from Major J. Plympton, U.S. Army, to Comr. of Indian Affairs re payment made to Indians in 1819 for lands at Fort Snelling under terms of this agreement. (OIA, LR, St. Peter's, P-210, 1837) Note: Treaty printed in Kappler, p. 1031; and in American State Papers: Indian Affairs, 1:754. The original signed treaty is not in the Indian Treaty File (RG 11). The treaty was not ratified by the Senate until April 16, 1808, and was never proclaimed by the President. In the "consolidated files" of the General Accounting Office (RG 217) is what appears to be a contemporary printing of this agreement, together with some related documents.

Ratified treaty no. 48, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 25, 1805, with the Cherokee Indians (October 25, 1805)

1. Message of chiefs of Aug. 12, 1805, calling for assembling of Indians in council.*
2. Address of Daniel Smith, Comr., to Indians and reply of Cherokee, undated. (2 p.)*
3. Daniel Smith and Return J. Meigs, Comrs., to Sec. of War, Nov. 2, 1805 (copy), enclosing treaties of Oct. 25 and 27, 1805. (1 p.)*
See items 1, 2, and 5 under Treaty of Oct. 24, 1804.

Ratified treaty no. 49, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 27, 1805, with the Cherokee Indians (October 27, 1805)

1. Treaty (copy, with signatures).*
2. Speeches of Black Fox and Kitegista, Oct. 27, 1805. (2 p.)*
See all items under Treaty of Oct. 25, 1805, and items 1, 2, 3, and 5 under Treaty of Oct. 24, 1804.

Ratified treaty no. 50, treaty of November 14, 1805, with the Creek Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (November 14, 1805)

1. Instructions, May 5, 1803--3 letters, and Apr. 2, 1804. (IA, LS, vol. A, p. 342-345, 458-459) Sec. of War to Gov. Milledge of Ga., Oct. 6, 1803, informing him of failure of comr. to secure additional session from Creeks. (IA, LS, vol. A, p. 382-383)
3. Sec. of War to David Merriwether and Gov. Milledge, Apr. 2, 1804 (2 letters), requesting that Merriwether aid Benj. Hawkins in negotiations with Creeks, and informing Gov. Milledge of proposed councils. (IA, LS, vol. A, p. 456-457)
4. Sec. of War to Benj. Hawkins, Ind. Agt., Feb. 12, 1805, informing him of failure of U.S. Senate to ratify treaty lately concluded with Creeks; and of direction of President that delegates of tribe be brought to Washington for further negotiations. (IA, LS, vol. B, p. 41-42)
5. Sec. of War to Benj. Hawkins, June 28 and July 15, 1805, re visit of Creeks to Washington. (IA, LS, vol. B, p. 88, 90)
6. Address of President to Creeks, Nov. 2, 1805, and reply of Chief McIntosh to President, Nov. 3, 1805. (IA, LS, vol. B, p. 154-160)
7. Address of Sec. of War to Creeks, Nov. 15, 1805. (IA, LS, vol. B, p. 134-136) Note: Several documents listed above concern negotiations preceding unratified treaty made by Benj. Hawkins at end of 1804 or early in 1805.

Ratified treaty no. 51, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of November 16, 1805, with the Choctaw Indians (November 16, 1805)

1. Composite document embodying copies of petition of Choctaw to President and correspondence between Sec. of War and treaty comrs. re the Choctaw boundary and other aspects of the treaty, Sept. 20, 1803-Nov. 15, 1805.*
2. Extract from journal of treaty comrs. (Robertson and Dinsmore) containing entries for Oct. 18 and Nov. 13, 1805, and speech of Homas-tubbee, Nov. 13, 1805.*
See items under Treaty of July 23, 1805.

Ratified treaty no. 52. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items 1-2 under ratified treaty no. 36, items under ratified treaty no. 40, and item under ratified treaty no. 47 (December 30, 1805)

See items 1-2 under Treaty of June 7, 1803; items under Treaty of Aug. 18, 1804; and item under Treaty of Aug. 21, 1805

Ratified treaty no. 53, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of January 7, 1806, with the Cherokee Indians (January 7, 1806)

1. Return J. Meigs, Cherokee Agt., to Sec. of War, Dec. 17, 1805, outlining to delegation the points to be discussed in negotiations. (Cherokee Agency, LS, 1805)
2. Treaty (two copies).*
3. Talk of President to chiefs of Cherokee Nation, Jan. 10, 1806. (IA, LS, vol. B, p. 147-148)
4. "Draft of an address by Cherokee... to the President" re treaty. (Cherokee Agency, LR, 1806)
5. "Elucidation of a convention between U.S. and Cherokee," dated Sept. 11, 1807. (Cherokee Agency, LR, 1807)*
Note: Item 5 concerns the treaty and is printed with it in Kappler, p. 91-92.

Ratified treaty no. 54, treaty of November 17, 1807, with the Ottawa, Chippewa, Wyandot and Potawatomi Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (November 17, 1807)

1. Instructions, July 22, 1806. (IA, LS, vol. B, p. 241-242)
2. Instructions (renewed), Jan 27, 1807. (IA, LS, vol. B, p. 275)
Note: For speeches of the chiefs in council, see American State Papers: Indian Affairs, 1:745-746

Ratified treaty no. 55. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see American State Papers, Indian Affairs, I, 764-767 (November 10, 1808)

Note: Instructions for making this treaty were not found. The following related documents are printed in American State Papers: Indian Affairs, 1:764-767: Wm. Clark to Sec. of War, Feb. 20, 1810; Meriwether Lewis, Gov. of La. Ter., to Peter Chouteau, U.S. Ind. Agt., undated, forwarding him the draught of a treaty for presentation to Great and Little Osage; and Gov. Lewis to President, Dec. 15, 1808, enclosing the treaty.

Ratified treaty no. 56, treaty of November 25, 1808, with the Chippewa, Ottawa, Potawatomi, Wyandot, and Shawnee Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (November 25, 1808)

1. Talk of President to chiefs of Shawnee, Feb. 19, 1807. (IA, LS, vol. B, p. 279-282)
2. Message of President to Chippewa, Ottawa, Potawatomi, Wyandot, and Seneca, Apr. 22, 1808. (IA, LS, vol. B, p. 369-373) See items under Treaty of Nov. 17, 1807.
Note: Letter of transmittal from Wm. Hull, Gov. of Mich. Ter. and Treaty Comr., Nov. 18, 1808, is printed in American State Papers: Indian Affairs, 1:757

Ratified treaty no. 57, treaty of September 30, 1809, with the Delaware, Potawatomi, Miami, and Eel River Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (September 30, 1809)

Instructions, July 15, 1809. (IA, LS, vol. C, p. 2-3) See items 1-2 under Treaty of June 7, 1803, and items under Treaty of Aug. 18, 1804. Note: A separate article to this treaty was concluded on the same day with the Miami and Eel River tribes.

Ratified treaty no. 58. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 57 (October 26, 1809)

See instructions and references under Treaty of Sept. 30, 1809, with Delawares and other tribes.

Ratified treaty no. 59. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 57 (December 9, 1809)

See instructions and references under Treaty of Sept. 30, 1809, with Delawares and other tribes.

Ratified treaty no. 60, treaty of July 22, 1814, with the Wyandot, Delaware, Shawnee, Seneca, and Miami Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (July 22, 1814)

1. Sec. of War to Gov. Isaac Shelby and Gov. Lewis Cass, comrs. to treat with Northwest Indians, May 31, 1814. (IA, LS, vol. C, p. 169)
2. Instructions (2 letters), June 11, 1814. (IA, LS, vol. C, p. 170-172)
3.Sec. of War to Wm. H. Harrison and Lewis Cass, July 29, 1814, informing them that Department wished to use part of Treaty of Greenville of 1795 as basis of new treaty. (IA, LS, vol. C, p. 176-177)
4. Sec. of War to Wm. H. Harrison and Lewis Cass, Aug. 8, 1814, acknowledging receipt of journal of proceedings and treaty. (IA, LS, vol. C, p. 177)
Note: Journal of proceedings, July 1-22, 1814, is printed in American State Papers: Indian Affairs, 1:828-836.

Ratified treaty no. 61, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of August 9, 1814, with the Creek Indians (August 9, 1814)

1. Sec. of War to Return J. Meigs, U. S. Ind. Agt., May 31, 1814, re authority granted to Jackson to treat with the "subdued Creeks." (IA, LS, vol. C., p. 168-169)
2. Documents (copies) re negotiations with Creeks: Extracts from the Minutes of Occurence... Aug. 7-Sept. 21, 1814. (37 p.)
* "Journal of Occurences" at meetings following treaty. (9 p.)* Benj. Hawkins to Sec. of War, Sept. 22, 1815, transmitting above journal and describing it as concerning "our Convention of Creeks and Cherokees."*
Note: No instructions to Andrew Jackson as treaty comr. found. For instructions to Maj. Gen. Pinckney (Mar. 17 and 20, 1814) and correspondence re Creek hostilities and treaty, see American State Papers: Indian Affairs, 1:836-861.

Ratified treaty no. 62, treaty of July 18, 1815, with the Potawatomi Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (July 18, 1815)

1. Instructions: a. Mar. 11, 1815 (IA, LS, vol. C, p.199-201) b. Nov. 24, 1815 (same, p. 279-281) c. May 7, 1816 (same, p. 340-342) d. Sept. 17, 1816 (same, p. 423-425)
2. Sec. of War to Wm. Clark, Ninian Edwards, and Auguste Chouteau, Treaty Comrs., June 11, 1815, informing them of the appoinment of comrs. to treat with the Northwest Indians, the bearing of this on their own negotiations, etc. (IA, LS, vol. C, p. 219-220)
3. Sec. of War to Wm. Clark, Nov. 10, 1815, acknowledging receipt of report of comrs. of Oct. 18, 1815, with several treaties encolsed. (IA, LS, vol. C, p. 274)
Note: For correspondence re this and later treaties, see American State Papers: Indian Affairs, 2:6-12.

Ratified treaty no. 63. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 62 (July 18, 1815)

See items and note under treaty with Potawatomi of this date.

Ratified treaty no. 64. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 62 (July 19, 1815)

See items and note under Treaty of July 18, 1815, with Potawatomi.

Ratified treaty no. 65. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 62 (July 19, 1815)

See items and note under Treaty of July 18, 1815, with Potawatomi.

Ratified treaty no. 66. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 62 (July 19, 1815)

See items and note under Treaty of July 18, 1815, with Potawatomi.

Ratified treaty no. 67. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 62 (July 19, 1815)

See items and note under Treaty of July 18, 1815, with Potawatomi.

Ratified treaty no. 68. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 62 (July 20, 1815)

See items and note under Treaty of July 18, 1815, with Potawatomi.

Ratified treaty no. 69. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 62 (September 2, 1815)

See items and note under Treaty of July 18, 1815, with Potawatomi.

Ratified treaty no. 70, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of September 8, 1815, with the Wyandot, Delaware, Seneca, Shawnee, Miami, Chippewa, Ottawa and Potawatomi Indians (September 8, 1815)

1. Sec. of War to Govs. of Ohio and Mich. Ters. and other officials, June 7, 1815, instructing them to advise tribes of plans of President for negotiations. (IA, LS, vol. C, p. 218)
2. Instructions: a. June 9, 1815 (IA, LS, vol. C, p. 208-213) b. June 16, 1815 (same, p. 220-221) c. June 17, 1815 (same, p. 252)
3. Journal of proceedings of comrs. appointed to treat with the Northwest Indians at Detroit, Aug. 8-Sept. 8, 1815. (60 p.)*
Note: Item 3, together with report of treaty comrs. of Sept. 9, 1815, is printed in American State Papers: Indian Affairs, 2:16-25.

Ratified treaty no. 71. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 62 (September 12, 1815)

See items and note under Treaty of July 18, 1815, with Potawatomi.

Ratified treaty no. 72. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 62 (September 13, 1815)

See items and note under Treaty of July 18, 1815, with Potawatomi.

Ratified treaty no. 73, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of September 14, 1815, with the Fox Indians (September 14, 1815)

Treaty (photostatic copy of original with signatures).* See items and note under Treaty of July 18, 1815, with Potawatomi.

Ratified treaty no. 74. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 62 (September 16, 1815)

See items and note under Treaty of July 18, 1815, with Potawatomi.

Ratified treaty no. 75. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 62 (October 28, 1815)

See items and note under Treaty of July 18, 1815, with Potawatomi.

Ratified treaty no. 76, treaty of March 22, 1816, with the Cherokee Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (March 22, 1816)

1. Sec. of War to R. J. Meigs, U. S. Ind. Agt., and Gov. Henry Middleton of S. C., Mar. 27 and 28, 1811, re proposed treaty with Cherokee. (IA, LS, vol. C, p. 69-71)
2. Sec. of War to Gov. David R. Williams of S. C., Apr. 4, 1816, enclosing copy of treaty with explanations re cession therein to State of S. C. (IA, LS, vol. C, p. 320-321)
3. Sec. of War to principal headmen and warriors of Cherokee Nation, May 13, 1816, informing them on various stipulations of treaty lately ratified. (IA, LS, vol. C, p. 347-349)
See additional treaty of same date with Cherokee.

Ratified treaty no. 77, treaty of March 22, 1816, with the Cherokee Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (March 22, 1816)

1. R. J. Meigs, U. S. Ind. Agt., to Sec. of War, Nov. 4, 1815, communicating wish of Cherokee to visit President. (Cherokee Agency, LS, 1815)
2. Sec. of War to R. J. Meigs, Nov. 22, 1815, consenting that Cherokee delegation visit Washington and discussing matters to be considered in connection with the affairs of the Nation. (IA, LS, vol. C, p. 277-278)

Ratified treaty no. 78. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 62 (May 13, 1816)

See items and note under Treaty of July 18, 1815, with Potawatomi.

Ratified treaty no. 79, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of June 1, 1816, with the Sioux of the Leaf, Sioux of the Broad Leaf, and Sioux Who Shoot in the Pine Tops bands of Sioux Indians (June 1, 1816)

Treaty (copy of original).* See items and note under Treaty of July 18, 1815, with Potawatomi.

Ratified treaty no. 80. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 62 (June 3, 1816)

See items and note under Treaty of July 18, 1815, with Potawatomi.

Ratified treaty no. 81, treaty of June 4, 1816, with the Wea and Kickapoo Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (June 4, 1816)

1. Instructions, May 3, 1816 (3 letters to Benj. Parks and Fidelio Sharpe, comrs. to treat with Indians claiming lands on Wabash). (IA, LS, vol. C, p. 336-339)
2. Instructions (supplementary): a. Sept. 6, 1816 (IA, LS, vol. C, p. 444) b. Sept. 12, 1816 (same, p. 417-420)

Ratified treaty no. 82. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 62 (August 24, 1816)

See items and note under Treaty of July 18, 1815, with Potawatomi. Note: The tribes who were parties to this treaty then lived on the Illinois and "Melwakee" Rivers and their tributaries near the southwestern shore of Lake Michigan. Later they were known as the "United" tribes of the Ottawa, Chippewa, and Potawatomi.

Ratified treaty no. 83, treaty of September 14, 1816, with the Cherokee Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (September 14, 1816)

Sec. of War to Return J. Meigs, U. S. Ind. Agt., May 27, 1816, re proposed negotiations. (IA, LS, vol. C, p. 365-366) See items under Treaty of Sept. 20, 1816, with Chickasaw. Note: For printed correspondence re this treaty, see American State Papers: Indian Affairs, 2:140-147.

Ratified treaty no. 84, documents relating to the negotiations of the treaty of September 20, 1816, with the Chickasaw Indians (September 20, 1816)

1. Instructions: a. June 4, 1816 (2 letters, IA, LS, vol. C, p. 369-370) b. July 5, 1816 (2 letters, same. p. 395-406)
2. Talk by Sec. of War to Chickasaw delegation, June 6, 1816. (IA, LS, vol. C, p. 371-374)
3. Sec. of War to U. S. Ind. Agts. for Cherokee, Choctaw, and Creeks (tribes affected by this treaty), June 15, 1816, giving directions. (IA, LS, vol. C, p. 380-381)
4. Sec. of War to Return J. Meigs, June 15, 1816, directing him to urge Cherokee to send delegation to negotiate treaty. (Cherokee Agency, LR, 1816)
5. Sec. of War to Wm. Cocke, U. S. Ind. Agt., June 26, 1816, including directions re the negotiations. (IA, LS, vol. C, p. 386-388)
6. Wm. Cocke to Sec. of War, report dated Sept. 22, 1816, re the negotiation of the treaty. (8 p.)*
Note: Correspondence re treaty appears in American State Papers: Indian Affairs, 2:100-123.

Ratified treaty no. 85, documents relating to the neotiation of the treaty of October 24, 1816, with the Choctaw Indians (October 24, 1816)

1. Sec. of War to John McKee, U. S. Ind. Agt. And Treaty Comr.: copy of letter, May 20, 1816, forwarding instructions. (1 p.)*
2. Instructions to John Coffee, John Rhea, and John McKee, Treaty Comrs., May 20, 1816. (4 p.;* copy in IA, LS, vol. C, p. 353-355)
3. Extract of conference with Choctaw, Oct. 24, 1816. (4 p.)*
4. Treaty Comrs. to Sec. of War, duplicate of letter, Oct. 25, 1816, forwarding treaty. (1 p.)*
See items 2 and 3 under Treaty of Sept. 20, 1816, with Chickasaw.

Ratified treaty no. 86, treaty of March 30, 1817, with the Menominee Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (March 30, 1817)

Sec. of War to Wm. Clark, June 9, 1817, advising of approval of treaty by President and instructing him to reassemble the treaty commission should deputations of Pawnee and Oto appear. (IA, LS, vol. D, p. 47-48) Note: For Treaty Comrs. Clark, Edwards, and Chouteau, Mar. 31, 1817, transmitting treaty, see American State Papers, Indian Affiars, 2:148. See items under Treaty of July 18, 1815, with Potawatomi.

Ratified treaty no. 87. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 62, and item under ratified treaty no. 86 (June 24, 1817)

See items under Treaty of July 18, 1815, with Potawatomi and item under Treaty of Mar. 30, 1817.

Ratified treaty no. 88. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 62 (June 25, 1817)

See items under Treaty of July 18, 1815, with Potawatomi.

Ratified treaty no. 89, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of July 8, 1817, with the Cherokee Indians (July 8, 1817)

1. Sec. of War to R. J. Meigs, Sept. 18, 1816, re possible cession by Cherokee. (Cherokee Agency, LR, 1816)
2. R. J. Meigs to Sec. of War, Nov. 8, 1816, re proposed cession with enclosed sketch or outline of treaty. (6 p., 3 p.; Cherokee Agency, 1816)
3. Sec of War to Treaty Comrs., May 14 and 15, 1817, advising them of their appointment. (IA, LS, vol. D, p. 36-37)
4. Instructions (copy) to Andrew Jackson, Joseph McMinn, and David Meriwether, Treaty Comrs., May 16, 1817. (3 p.*; another copy in IA, LS, vol. D, p. 37-39)
5. Joseph McMinn to Sec. of War, June 22 and 27, 1817, reporting the convening of the Cherokee for negotiations. (IA, LR, 1817)
6. R. J. Meigs to Sec. of War, July 24, 1817, discussing emigration of members of tribe as provided by treaty. (Cherokee Agency, LS, 1817)
See also a. other records of Cherokee Agency, 1817; b. other records in IA, LR, 1817; and c. item 1 under Treaty of Feb. 27, 1819, with Cherokee.

Ratified treaty no. 90, treaty of September 29, 1817, with the Wiandot, Seneca, Delaware, Shawnee. Potawatomi, Ottawa, and Chippewa Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (September 29, 1817)

1. Sec. of War to Gen. Duncan McArthur, Feb. 14, 1816, requesting him to discover the disposition of the Wyandot with respect to a cession of the lands of the tribe. (IA, LS, vol. C, p. 302-303)
2. Instructions: a. Mar 23, 1817 (IA, LS, vol. D, p. 22-23) b. May 19, 1817 (same, p. 42-43)
3. Lewis Cass, Treaty Comr., to Sec. of War: report (copy), Apr. 17, 1817, giving account of his proceedings following receipt of instructions. (Mich. Suptcy., LS, 1817) See items under Treaty of Sept. 8, 1815.
Note: For correspondence re treaty, including report of Sept. 30, 1817, from treaty comrs., see American State Papers: Indian Affairs, 2:135-140; for proposed amendments, abstract of cessions of land to U. S., and other matters, same, p. 148-150.

Ratified treaty no. 91, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of January 22, 1818, with the Creek Indians (January 22, 1818)

1. Instructions, Mar. 20, Aug. 4, and Oct. 31, 1817. (IA, LS, vol. D, p.17-18, 67-69, and 92-93)
2. David Brydie Mitchell, U. S. Ind. Agt. and Treaty Comr., to Sec. of War, Jan. 8, 1818, reporting that meeting will be held on Jan. 11, 1818 (IA, LR, 1818)
3. D. B. Mitchell to Sec. of War, Jan. 28, 1818, reporting on negotiations and forwarding treaty. (4 p.)*

Ratified treaty no. 92. For documents relating to the negotitation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 62, and items under ratified treaty no. 86 (June 18, 1818)

See items under Treaty of July 18, 1815, with Potawatomi and under that of Mar. 30, 1817. Note: For report to Treaty Comrs. Clark and Chouteau to Sec. of War, July 9, 1818, see American State Papers: Indian Affiars, 2:176.

Ratified treaty no. 93. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see intems under ratified treaty no. 92 (June 19, 1818)

See references under Treaty of June 18, 1818.

Ratified treaty no. 94. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see intems under ratified treaty no. 92 (June 20, 1818)

See references under Treaty of June 18, 1818.

Ratified treaty no. 95. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see intems under ratified treaty no. 92 (June 22, 1818)

See references under Treaty of June 18, 1818.

Ratified treaty no. 96, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of August 24, 1818, with the Quapaw Indians (August 24, 1818)

1. Sec. of War to Treaty Comrs., May 27, 1816, re negotiations with Osage, Cherokee, and Quapaw. (IA, LS, vol. C, p. 362-364)
2. Sec. of War to Wm. Clard, July 11, 1817, including statement that plans for negotiation with Quapaw were postponed pending outcome of talks with Cherokee. (IA, LS, vol. D, p. 55-56)
3. Wm. Clark to Sec. of War, Feb. 6, 1818, requesting specific instructions re possible negotiations for extinguishing Quapaw claims to lands south of Arkansas River.*
4. Instructions, May 8, 1818. (IA, LS, vol. D, p. 155-156)
5. Wm. Clark and Auguste Chouteau to Sec. of War, Sept. 6, 1818, transmitting treaty. (3 p.)*
6. Wm. Clark to Sec. of WAr, Oct. 1818, forwarding treaty held with Osage, together with Cherokee-Osage treaty (unratified), which includes statement re Quapaw treaty. (IA, LR, 1818) See also items under Treaty of July 18, 1815, with Potawatomi.
Note: Amap of the cession provided by this treaty appears in the Indian Treaty File, Treaty No. 96 (RG 11).

Ratified treaty no. 97, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of September 17, 1818, with the Wyandot, Seneca, Shawnee and Ottawa Indians (September 17, 1818)

Lewis Cass and Duncan McArthur, Treaty Comrs., to Sec. of War, Sept. 18, 1818, transmitting treaty. (4 p.)* See also items under Treaties of Sept. 8, 1815, and Sept. 29, 1817.

Ratified treaty no. 98, treaty of September 20, 1818, with the Wyandot Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (September 20, 1818)

1. Lewis Cass to Sec. of War, July 30, 1816, referring to the Secretary the decision re purchase of tract of country along Canadian boundary long in possession of the Wyandot. (Mich. Suptcy., LS, 1817)
2. Lewis Cass, Treaty Comr., to Sec. of War, Sept. 21, 1818, transmitting treaty (Mich. Suptcy., LS, 1818)
See also items under Treaty of Sept. 29, 1817.

Ratified treaty no. 99, treaty of September 25, 1818, with the Peoria, Michigamea, Tamaroa, and Cahokia tribes of the Illinois Nation. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (September 25, 1818)

1. Instructions, Nov. 1, 1817--2 letters. (IA, LS, vol. D, p. 94-97)
2. Sec. of War to Gov. Ninian Edwards, Treaty Comr., Mar 7, 1818, advising that Auguste Chouteau is to serve in negotiations with tribes of Ill. Ter. in place of Wm. Clark. (IA, LS, vol. D, p. 124)
3. Sec. of War to A. Chouteau, Mar. 7, 1818, transmitting commission as treaty comr. (IA, LS, vol. D, p.123)
See also items under Treaty of July 18, 1815, with Potawatomi.

Ratified treaty no. 100. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 62, and items under ratified treaty no. 96 (September 25, 1818)

See items under Treaty of July 15, 1815, with Potawatomi and that of Aug. 24, 1818, with Quapaw.

Ratified treaty no. 101, treaty of October 2, 1818, with the Wea Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (October 2, 1818)

Instructions, May 2, 1818. (IA, LS, vol. D, p. 149-150)

Ratified treaty no. 102. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 101 and items under ratified treaty no. 81 (October 2, 1818)

Note: For instructions, see under treaty of same date with Potawatomi. See also items under Treaty of June 4, 1816.

Ratified treaty no. 103. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 101 (October 3, 1818)

See Treaty of Sept. 24, 1829, which is described as a "supplementary article" to this treaty.

Ratified treaty no. 104. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 101 (October 6, 1818)

See items under Treaty of Oct. 2, 1818, with Potawatomi.

Ratified treaty no. 105, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 19, 1818, with the Chickasaw Indians (October 19, 1818)

1. Sec. of War to Andrew Jackson, Oct. 25, 1817, communicating wish of President that he should investigate chances of securing a cession of lands from the Chickasaw. (IA, LS, vol. D, p. 88-89)
2. Instructions, May 2, 1818. (IA, LS, vol. D, p. 150-151)
3. "Confidential journal" of the comrs. kept during the treaty negotiations with the Chickasaw Nation, Sept. 29-Oct. 20, 1818. (27 p.)*
4. Isaac Shelby and Andrew Jackson, Comrs., to Sec. of War, Oct. 23, 1818, sending the treaty and the "confidential journal."*

Ratified treaty no. 106, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of February 27, 1819, with the Cherokee Indians (February 27, 1819)

1. Composite document containing copies of addresses in council and letters exchanged by treaty comrs., Sec. of War, and Cherokee, 1817-18. (21 p.)*
2. Speech (copy) of Talontusky of the Cherokee tribe in Ark. presumably delivered to Sec. of War, Mar. 1818. (4 p.)*
3. Correspondence ( 7 letters "read in council") between Joseph McMinn, acting U. S. Ind. Agt., and Cherokee, Nov. 15 to 26, 1818; with file record of receipt of letter of Dec. 8, 1818, from Gov. McMinn forwarding these papers (letter from McMinn not found). (43 p.)*
4. Statement by Sec. of War of the position of the Government on affairs of the Cherokee Nation delivered to delegation of tribe, Feb. 11 and 22, 1819. (IA, LS, vol. D, p. 246-248, 251-252)
See also a. items under Treaty of July 8, 1817, with Cherokee and under that of Aug. 24, 1818, with Quapaw; b. IA, LR, 1818-1819; c. Cherokee Agency, LR and LS, 1818-1819; and d. American State Papers: Indian Affairs, 2:187-194, part of Doc. 60 concerning the Cherokee negotiations.

Ratified treaty no. 107, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of July 30, 1819, with the Kickapoo Indians (July 30, 1819)

1. Instructions, Mar. 25, 1819--2 letters. (IA, LS, vol. D, p. 272-273)
2. Sec. of War to Auguste Chouteau and Benj. Stephenson, July 16 and Sept. 28, 1819, re their proceedings as treaty comrs. (IA, LS, vol. D, p. 293, 337)
3. Chouteau and Stephenson to Sec. of War, Aug. 20, 1819, reporting and transmitting treaty. (10 p.)*
4. Sec. of War to treaty comrs., June 10, 1820, instructing them to secure assent of Indians to amendment to treaty by U. S. Senate, enclosed. (IA, LS, vol. D, p. 441)
See also items 1 and 3 under Treaty of Sept. 25, 1818, referred to in instructions (above).

Ratified treaty no. 108, treaty of August 30, 1819, with the Kickapoo of the Vermillion Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (August 30, 1819)

1. Benj. Parke, Treaty Comr., to Sec. of War, Aug 10, 1819, announdcing his plans to convene Kickapoo on Aug. 27, 1819. (IA, LR, 1819)
2. Wm. Prince, Ind. Agt. At Vincennes, to Sec. of War, Aug. 12, 1819, re planned negotiations at Fort Harrison. (IA, LR, 1819)
3. Sec. of War to Benj. Parke, Sept. 8, 1819, approving his plans for extinguishing title of Wea and removal of that tribe, and announcing policy of Department that both Wea and Kickapoo be removed beyond the Mississippi in event of negotiations. (IA, LS, vol. D, p. 323-324)
See also items under Treaty of June 4, 1816.

Ratified treaty no. 109, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of September 24, 1819, with the Chippewa Indians (September 24, 1819 )

1. Instructions, Mar. 27, 1819. (Michigan Suptcy., LR, 1819)
2. Lewis Cass, Treaty Comr., to Sec. of War, Sept. 11, 1819, re his plans for council at Saginaw. (IA, LR, 1819)
3. Lewis Cass to Sec. of War, Sept. 30, 1819, reporting and transmitting treaty. (10 p.)*
4. Lewis Cass to Sec. of War, Oct. 1, 1819, re expenses for holding of treaty.*

Ratified treaty no. 110, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of June 16, 1820, with the Chippewa Indians (June 16, 1820)

1. Instructions, Apr. 5, and June 1, 1820. (Mich. Suptcy., LR, 1820)
2. Treaty (copy without signatures). (IA, LR, 1820)
3. Lewis Cass, Treaty Comr., to Sec. of War, June 17, 1820, sending treaty and recounting details of negotiations. (Mich. Suptcy., LS, vol. 3, p. 214-216)

Ratified treaty no. 111, treaty of July 6, 1920, with the Ottawa and Chippewa Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (July 6, 1820)

1. Treaty (copy) with extract of instructions of Apr. 5, 1820; and letter of June 12, 1820, from Lewis Cass to George Boyd, U. S. Ind. Agt., directing him to attempt purchase of land from Ottawa in accordance with form prescribed. (Mackinac Agency, LR, 1820)
2. Lewis Cass to George Boyd, Oct. 6, 1820, acknowledging receipt of treaty and advising that it would be forwarded with explanation of how it was made. (Mich. Suptcy., LS, vol. 3, p. 226-227)
Note: For instructions, see item 1 under Treaty of June 16, 1820.

Ratified treaty no. 112. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 107 (July 19, 1820)

See items under Treaty of July 30, 1819.

Ratified treaty no. 113. For documents relating the the negotiation of this treaty see item 3 and other references under ratified treaty no. 108 (August 11, 1820)

See item 3 and reference under Treaty of Aug. 30, 1819.

Ratified treaty no. 114. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 108 (September 5, 1820)

See items and reference under Treaty of Aug. 30, 1819.

Ratified treaty no. 115, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 18, 1820, with the Choctaw Indians. (October 18, 1820)

1. Instructions, July 12, 1820--2 letters. (IA, LS, vol. D, p. 461-464)
2. Journal of the commission appointed by the Government to hold and conclude a treaty with the Choctaw Indians (copy), Aug. 14-Oct. 18, 1820. (46 p.)*
3. Treaty (copy) in journal (above).
4. Andrew Jackson and Thomas Hinds to Sec. of War, Oct. 19, 1820, reporting on their proceedings as comrs. (6 p.)*
Note: The proceedings of the Treaty Commission appear in American State Papers: Indian Affairs, 2:228-244.

Ratified treaty no. 116, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of January 8, 1821, with the Creek Indians (January 8, 1821)

1. Instructions: a. Aug. 8, 1820 (IA, LS, vol. E, p. 3-4) b. Oct. 19, 1820--2 letters (same, p. 24-25) c. Nov. 22, 1820--2 letters (same, p. 33)
2. Extracts (copies) from council proceedings (5 p.)*
3. Daniel M. Forney and David Meriwether to Sec. of War, Jan. 9, 1821, transmitting treaty and reporting on their proceedings as comrs. (6 p.)*
4. Receipt (certified) from Ga. comrs. to Creeks for sum agreed upon in art. 4 of treaty for settlement of claims.* (This document is a copy of a "discharge for all claims on the Creeks," which is appended to "articles of agreement" between Ga. and the Creeks of this same date.)
Note: See American State Papers: Indian Affairs, 2:249-257.

Ratified treaty no. 117, treaty of August 29, 1821, with the Ottawa, Chippewa, and Potawatomi Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (August 29, 1821)

1. Instructions, June 1, 1820. (Mich. Suptcy., LR, 1820)
2. Lewis Cass and Solomon Sibley, Treaty Comrs., to Sec. of War, Oct. 14, 1820, re postponement of negotiations. (IA, LR, 1820)
See also in Records of the Office of Secretary of War (RG 107) the following: a. Lewis Cass to Sec. of War, Feb. 10, 1821, in answer to instructions of June 1, 1820 (above). b. Henry R. Schoolcraft to Sec. of War, June 15, 1821, re his appointment as secretary to the treaty commission. c. Sec. of War to H. R. Schoolcraft, June 18, 1821, in answer to above. d. H. R. Schoolcraft to Sec. of War, Sept. 18, 1821, with journal of treaty comrs. and letter of Sept. 12, 1821, from Lewis Cass and Solomon Sibley. e. Enclosures of letter of Sept. 18, 1821 (above).

Ratified treaty no. 118, treaty of August 31, 1822, with the Osage Indians. No formal instructions or other documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty have been found. For additional information concerning the background of this treaty see note under this treaty in special list no. 6 (August 31, 1822)

Note: No formal instructions or other documents re the negotiation of this treaty have been found. This treaty and that of Sept. 3, 1822, with the Sauk and Fox were made under provisions of "an act to abolish the U. S. trading establishments with the Indian tribes," May 6, 1822 (3 Stat. 679).

Ratified treaty no. 119. See note under ratified treaty no. 118 (September 3, 1822)

See note under Treaty of Aug. 31, 1822.

Ratified treaty no. 120, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of September 18, 1823, with the Florida tribes of Indians. (September 18, 1823)

1. Instructions, Apr. 7, June 30 (2 letters), July 31, 1823. (IA, LS, vol. E, p. 423-424, 459-460, 473-474)
2. Journal of the proceedings of the comrs. appointed to hold a treaty with the Fla. Indians, Apr. 7-Sept. 26, 1823.*
3. James Gadsden to Sec. of War, Apr. 9, June 11, July 29, and Sept. 29, 1823, re the proceedings of the commission. (IA, LR, 1823)
4. Wm. P. Duval, James Gadsden, and Bernard Segui, Treaty Comrs., to Sec. of War, Sept. 21, 1823, announcing conclusion of treaty.*
5. Treaty Comrs. to Sec. of War, Sept. 26, 1823, reporting on the negotiations (a copy of this report in journal, item 2 above).*

Ratified treaty no. 121, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of August 4, 1824, with the Sauk and Fox Indians (August 4, 1824)

1. Remarks of delegation of Sauk and Fox and of Iowa Indians before Sec. of War, July (?)-Aug. 1824. (4 p.)*
2. Thos. Forsyth and Wm. Clark to Sec. of War, Sept. 30 and Dec. 22, 1824, including statements re the delegation of Sauk and Fox and Iowa Indians having expressed satisfaction with arrangements made in Washington. (OIA, LR, Rocky Island, St. Louis, 1824)
3. Sec. of War to President, Dec. 8, 1824. (OIA, LS, vol. 1, p. 256).

Ratified treaty no. 122. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 121 (August 4, 1824)

See items under treaty of same date with Sauk and Fox.

Ratified treaty no. 123, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of November 15, 1824, with the Quapaw Indians (November 15, 1824)

1. Instructions, June 26, 1824. (OIA, LS, vol. 1, p. 121)
2. Actg. Gov. Robt. Crittenden of Ark., Treaty Comr., to Sec. of War, Nov. 24, 1824, reporting conclusion of treaty.*
3. Sec. of War to President, Jan. 6, 1825. (OIA, LS, vol. 1, p. 285)
4. Gov. Geo. Izard and Geo. Gray, U. S. Ind. Agt., to Sec. of War, July 1 and Sept. 30, 1825, re removal of Quapaw under provisions of this treaty. (OIA, LS, Quapaw, 1824)

Ratified treaty no. 124, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of January 20, 1825, with the Choctaw Indians (January 20, 1825)

1. Choctaw delegation to Sec. of War, Nov. 8, 1824-Feb. 20, 1825. (29 p.)*
2. Sec. of War to Choctaw delegation, Nov. 9, 1824-Feb. 9, 1825 (OIA, LS, vol. 1, p. 231-360)
3. Sec. of War to Henry W. Conway, delegate from Ark. Ter., Jan. 18, 1825, re the settlements west of the proposed Choctaw boundary. (OIA, lS, vol. 1, p. 307-309)
4. Treaty (copy)
5. Sec. of War to President, Jan. 22, 1825 reporting the treaty. (OIA, LS, vol. 1, p. 317)
Note: For the same correspondence listed under items 1 and 2 above, see American State Papers: Indian Affairs, 2:547-558.

Ratified treaty no. 125, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of February 12, 1825, with the Creek Indians (February 12, 1825)

1. Instructions, July 16, Sept. 13, 1824, and Jan. 13, 18, and 20, 1825. (OIA, LS, vol. 1, p. 138-139, 195, 300-302, 309-310, 312)
2. Journal of the proceedings of the comrs. appointed to treat with the Creek Indians, July 16-Dec. 18, 1824. (46 p.)*
3. Duncan G. Campbell, Treaty Comr., to Sec. of War, Jan 8, 1825 (orig. report and copy), giving details of proceedings of the commission to the date of temporary adjournment of Dec. 18, 1825. (10 p.)*
4. D. G. Campbell to Sec. of War, Jan. 11, 1825, suggesting that steps be taken to reopen negotiations with Creeks. (OIA, LR, Creeks, 1825)
5. Treaty (orig. copy) with Duncan G. Campbell and James Meriwether, Treaty Comrs., to Sec. of War, Feb. 13, 1825.*
6. Proclamation (copy) of the President ratifying the treaty, Mar. 7, 1825.*
7. Sec. of War to treaty comrs., Mar. 22, 1825, instructing them to pay to the Creeks $200,000, as provided by art. 2 of the treaty lately ratified.
Note: For the journal of the treaty comrs. (item 2 above) and additional correspondence, see American State Papers: Indian Affairs, 2:564-584.

Ratified treaty no. 126, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of June 2, 1825, with the Osage Indians (June 2, 1825)

1. Instructions , Mar. 9, 1825. (OIA, LS, vol. 1, p. 394-395)
2. Wm. Clark, Treaty Comr., to Sec. of War, Apr. 19, 1825, re assignment of lands west of State of Mo. to Shawnee, and the opening of negotiations with the Osage and Kansa to effect this transfer. (OIA, LR, Osage and Kansa, 1825)
3. Wm. Clark to Sec. of War, June 8, 1825, reporting conclusion of negotiations. (2 p.)*
4. Wm. Clark to Sec. of War, June 11, 1825, forwarding copies of treaties made with Osage and Kansa, with an account of proceedings. (8 p.)*
5. Wm. Clark, to Sec. of War, June 18, 1825, re expenses of negotiations. (OIA, LR, Osage and Kansa, 1825)
See 2 items under Treaty of Nov. 7, 1825, with Shawnee.

Ratified treaty no. 127. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 126 (June 3, 1825)

See items and reference under Treaty of June 2, 1825, with Osage.

Ratified treaty no. 128, treaty of June 9, 1825, with the Ponca Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (June 9, 1825)

1. Instructions, June 1, 1824, and Jan. 13, 1825. (OIA, LS, vol. 1, p. 87-88, 351-352)
2. Henry Atkinson, Comr., to Sec. of War, Sept. 29, 1824, requesting additional instructions. (OIA, LR, Misc., 1824)
3. Brig. Gen. Henry Atkinson and Benj. O'Fallon, U. S. Ind. Agt., to Sec. of War, Feb. 16 (2 letters) and Nov. 7, 1825, re expenditures and other matters connected with their proceedings as comrs. to hold treaties of trade and friendship with tribes beyond the Mississippi. (OIA, LR, St. Louis, 1825)
4. A. L. Langham, sec. to the treaty commission, to Sec. of War, Sept. 21, 1825, reporting the arrival of the comrs. at Fort Atkinson (Council Bluffs) and their negotiation of treaties with various tribes. (OIA, LR, Western Indians, 1825)
Note: For final report of the comrs., Nov. 7, 1825, see American State Papers: Indian Affairs, 2:605-608.

Ratified treaty no. 129. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 128 (June 22, 1825)

See items and note under Treaty of June 9, 1825, with Ponca.

Ratified treaty no. 130. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 128 (July 5, 1825)

See items and note under Treaty of June 9, 1825, with Ponca.

Ratified treaty no. 131. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 128 (July 6, 1825)

See items and note under Treaty of June 9, 1825, with Ponca.

Ratified treaty no. 132. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 128 (July 16, 1825)

See items and note under Treaty of June 9, 1825, with Ponca.

Ratified treaty no. 133. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 128 (July 18, 1825)

See items and note under Treaty of June 9, 1825, with Ponca.

Ratified treaty no. 134. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 128 (July 30, 1825)

See items and note under Treaty of June 9, 1825, with Ponca.

Ratified treaty no. 135. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 128 (July 30, 1825)

See items and note under Treaty of June 9, 1825, with Ponca.

Ratified treaty no. 136. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 128 (August 4, 1825)

See items and note under Treaty of June 9, 1825, with Ponca.

Ratified treaty no. 137, treaty of August 10, 1825. with the Osage Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (August 10, 1825)

1. Instructions, Mar. 16, 1825 (2 letters). (OIA, LS, vol. 1, p. 411-413)
2. Col. Pierre Menard to Sec. of War, May 4, 1825, resigning appointment as comr. (OIA, LR, Santa Fe Trail, 1825)
3. Geo. C. Sibley and B. H. Reeves to Sec. of War, May 11, 1825, accepting appointment as comrs. (OIA, LR, Santa Fe Trail, 1825)
4. Sec. of War to Thomas Mather, June 3, 1825, notifying him of his appointment as comr. in place of Col. Pierre Menard. (OIA, LS, vol. 2, p. 32)
5. B. H. Reeves, Geo. C. Sibley, and Thomas Mather to Sec. of War, Sept. 20, 1825, re their accounts. (OIA, LR, Santa Fe Trail, 1825)
6. B. H. Reeves and Thomas Mather to Sec. of War, Nov. 4, 1825, re their negotiations with the Osage and Kansa tribes. (OIA, LR, Santa Fe Trail, 1825)
Note: The function of the comrs. who negotiated this treaty was to mark a road from the western boundary of the State of Mo. to the confines of Mexico.

Ratified treaty no. 138. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 137 (August 16, 1825)

See items listed under Treaty of Aug. 10, 1825, with Osage.

Ratified treaty no. 139, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of August 19, 1825, with the Sioux, Chippewa, Sauk and Fox, Menominee, Iowa and Winnebago Indians and part of the Ottawa, Chippewa, and Potawatomi of the Illinois Indians (August 19, 1825)

1. Wm. Clark to Sec. of War, Sept. 30 and Dec. 22, 1824, re assembling of tribes for planned negotiations. (OIA, LR, St. Louis, 1824)
2. Instructions: a. Mar. 11, 1825. (OIA, LS, vol. 1, p. 400-401; Mich. Suptcy., LR, 1825) b. Apr. 16, 1825. (Mich. Suptcy., LR, 1825)
3. Lewis Cass to Sec. of War, Mar. 30, 1825, re his work in collecting materials on the Indian tribes, his wish to act as one of the comrs. at Prairie du Chien, tribes of his suptcy. who are to attend council, and plans for this negotiation. (OIA, LR, Misc., 1825)
4. Wm. Clark to Sec. of War, Apr. 17, 1825, re postponement of negotiations, etc. (OIA, LR, St. Louis, 1825)
5. Thos. L. McKenney to Lewis Cass, apr. 18, 1825, re his nomination as comr. to serve with Clark. (Mich. Suptcy., LR, 1825)
6. Wm. Clark to Lewis Cass, June 1, 1825, discussing plans for assembling of tribes. (Mich. Suptcy., LR, 1825)
7. Journal of proceedings that took place under the commision to Gen. William Clark and Gov. Lewis Cass "to treaty with and mediate between the chiefs, headmen, and other representatives of the ... bands of Indians to be assembled at Prairie du Chien," June 20-Aug. 22, 1825. (57 p.)*
8. Wm. Clark to Sec. of War, July 4, Sept. 14, and Oct. 5, 1825, re treaty accounts, presents, and supplies. (OIA, LR, Prairie du Chien, 1825)
9. Comrs. to Sec. of War, Sept. 1, 1825 (orig. letter and copy), reporting conclusion of treaty. (4 p.)*

Ratified treaty no. 140, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of September 26, 1825, with the Oto and Missouri Indians (September 26, 1825)

See items and note under Treaty of June 9, 1825, with Ponca.

Ratified treaty no. 141. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 128 (September 30, 1825)

See items and note under Treaty of June 9, 1825, with Ponca.

Ratified treaty no. 142. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 128 (October 6, 1825)

See items and note under Treaty of June 9, 1825, with Ponca.

Ratified treaty no. 143, treaty of November 7, 1825, with the Shawnee Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (November 7, 1825)

1. Wm. Clark to Sec. of War, June 25, 1820, describing tract of land near Cape Girardeau, Mo., formerly owned by Shawnee. (IA, LR, 1820)
2. Sec. of War to delegates from the Shawnee "on the Missouri," Mar. 2, 1825, re their wish to receive lands in exchange for tract at Cape Girardeau, Mo., formerly occupied by the tribe. (OIA, LS, vol. 1, p. 384)
Note: Under this treaty the Shawnee were compensated for the land referred to in item 1 above. See also items under Treaty of June 2, 1825, with Osage.

Ratified treaty no. 144, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of January 24, 1826, with the Creek Indians (January 24, 1826)

1. Sec. of War to Maj. Gen. E. P. Gaines, Sept. 16, 1825 (copy), discussing Treaty of Feb. 12, 1825, with Creeks, and conditionally authorizing him to make new treaty with the nation. (Filed with journal, item 2 below.)
2. Journal of conferences with Creeks by E. P. Gaines, held at Broken Arrow, Oct. 20-31, 1825; with letter of transmittal of Nov. 18, 1825, from E. G. W. Butler, Aide de Camp. (OIA, LR, Creeks, 1825. 11 p., 1 p.)
3. Sec. of War to delegation of Creeks led by Opothle-yoholo, Nov. 28, 1825-Jan. 19. 1826. (OIA, LS, vol. 2, p. 259, 280-281, 307, 309, 321, 375)
4. Outline (copy) of an interview between Sec. of War and delegation of Creeks led by Opothle-yoholo, Nov. 30, 1825. (13 p.)*
5. Creek delegation to Sec. of War, Dec. 3, 10, 16, 1825, and Jan. 16, 1826.*
6. Sec. of War to delegation of Creeks led by Chilly McIntosh (parties to Treaty of Feb. 12, 1825), Dec. 8, 1825-Jan. 25, 1826. (OIA, LS, vol. 2, p. 287-288, 293, 310-311, 375-376, 388)
7. Interview between Sec. of War and McIntosh party, Dec. 10, 1825. (OIA, LS, vol. 2, p. 288-293)
8. Sec. of War to delegation of Creeks led by Opothle-yoholo, Jan. 10, 1826 (copy).*
9. John Ridge, sec. to delegation of Creeks led by Opothle-yoholo, to Thos. L. McKenney, Jan. 18, 1826, with draft or proposal for a treaty.*
Note: This treaty was signed by the delegation of Creeks led by Opothle-yoholo; it was not signed by the delegation of Creeks led by Chilly McIntosh, who had been parties [sic] to the Treaty of Feb. 12, 1825.

Ratified treaty no. 145, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of August 5, 1826, with the Chippewa Indians (August 2, 1826)

1. Instructions, May 24, 1826. (OIA, LS, vol. 3, p. 95-96)
2. Thos. L. McKenney, Comr., to Sec. of War, June 16, 1826, reporting his proceedings. (OIA, LR, Misc., 1826)
3. Speech (draft) of Lewis Cass delivered in council, Aug. 2, 1826.*
4. Journal of proceedings of comrs., Aug. 2-7, 1826; with letter of transmittal from A. E. Edwards, Sec. of Treaty Commission, Oct. 9, 1826. (37 p., 1 p.)*
5. Journal of proceedings (typed copy of item 4, above).
Note: This treaty made under provisions of articles 11-12 of Treaty of Aug. 19, 1825, at Prairie du Chien; an account of the holding of this treaty and the text of the journal (item 4, above) appear in Thos. L. McKinney, Sketches of a Tour to the Lakes ... (Baltimore, 1827).

Ratified treaty no. 146, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 16, 1826, with the Potawatomi Indians (October 16, 1826)

1. U. S. Senator James Noble to Sec. of War, Jan. 8, 1826, enclosing letter of Jan. 5, 1826, from Lewis Cass re disposition of tribes in Indiana to cede their lands. (OIA, LR, Miami, 1826)
2. Gov. J. B. Ray to Sec. of War, Feb. 16, 1826, re measures for extinguishing title of Indians to lands in Indiana. (OIA, LR, Ind., 1826)
3. Instructions, May 24, and Aug. 4, 1826. (OIA, LS, vol. 3, p. 93, 155-156; orig. instructions of May 24, 1826, in Mich. Suptcy., LR, 1826)
4. Records of the proceedinga of Lewis Cass, James Brown Ray, and Gen. John Tipton, comrs. appointed to treat with the Indians owning lands in the State of Ind., Sept. 20-Oct. 23, 1826. (33 p.)*
5. James M. Ray, Ass't Sec. to Treaty Commission, to Sec. of War, Oct. 27, 1826, transmitting record of the proceedings (item 4, above).*

Ratified treaty no. 147. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 146 (October 23, 1826)

See items under Treaty of Oct. 16, 1826, with Potawatomi.

Ratified treaty no. 148, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of August 11, 1827, with the Chippewa, Menominee and Winnebago Indians (August 11, 1827)

1. Instructions, Mar. 27, 1827. (OIA, LS, vol. 3, p. 482-484)
2. Journal of proceedings at a treaty made and concluded at Butte des Morts on Fox Rivers in the Ter. of Mich. Between Lewis Cass and Thomas L. McKenney, comrs. on the part of the U. S. and the tribes named, Aug. 6-16, 1827. (30 p.)*
3. Comrs. to Sec. of War, Aug. 11, 1827, reporting and transmitting treaty. (13 p.)*
4. E. A. Brash to Sec. of War, Sept. 24, 1827, transmitting journal of proceedings (item 2 above).*
5. Lewis Cass to Sec. of War, Jan. 3, 1828, explaining expenditures at preliminary councils, with enclosures. (OIA, LR, Mich., 1828) See instructions (item 1) under Treaty of Aug. 5, 1826.
Note: This treaty made under provisions in art. 11 of Treaty of Aug. 19, 1825, at Prairie du Chien.

Ratified treaty no. 149, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of September 19, 1827, with the Potawatomi Indians (September 19, 1827)

1. Lewis Cass, Treaty Comr., to Sec. of War, June 12, 1826, enclosing "talk" of May 29, 1826, from Potawatomi chiefs to Cass, requesting his help in securing an exchange of lands on the Illinois.
2. Instructions, July 12, 1826. (OIA, LS, vol. 3, p. 142)
3. Lewis Cass to Sec. of War, Nov. 20, 1827, reporting and transmitting treaty.*

Ratified treaty no. 150, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of November 15, 1827, with the Creek Indians (November 15, 1827)

1. Instructions, Mar. 28, 1827. (OIA, LS, vol. 3, p. 484-485)
2. Thos. L. McKenney, Treaty Comr., to Sec. of War, Oct. 28 and Nov. 2, 1827, reporting progress of negotiations.*
3. Speeches delivered by Thos. L. McKenny in councils with Indians, Nov. 1827. (13 p.)*
4. Treaty (orig. draft with signatures).*
5. Thos. L. McKenney to Sec. of War, Nov. 17, 1827, reporting and announcing negotiation of treaty with Creeks ceding to U. S. remaining lands of the tribe in Ga.*
Note: Item 5 above appears in Reports...of Colonel McKenney...of his Recent Tour Among the Southern Indians (Washington, 1828).

Ratified treaty no. 151, treaty of February 11, 1828, with the Eel River Band of Miami Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (February 11, 1828)

1. Congressman Thos. H. Blake to Sec. of War, Jan. 7, 1828, recommending (with endorsement by other members of Ind. delegation in House of Repr.) that the Govt. purchase reservations belonging to the Indians in Montgomery Co., Ind. (OIA, LR, Ind., 1828)
2. Instructions, Jan. 9, 1828. (OIA, LS, vol. 4, p. 242)
3. Resolution of U. S. Senate, May 1, 1828, advising ratification of treaty. (OIA, LR, Miami, 1828)

Ratified treaty no. 152, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of May 6, 1828, with the Western Cherokee Indians (May 6, 1828)

1. Credientials of delegates from Cherokee nation in Arkansas attested by John Jolly, principal chief, and 13 others, Dec. 28, 1827. These credentials embody statement of purpose of sending representatives to Washington, together with explanatory remarks by E. W. Duval, U. S. Ind. Agt., Jan. 1, 1828. (OIA, LR, Cherokee (West), 1828)
2. E. W. Duval to Sec. of War and T. L. McKenney, Feb. 9-May 5, 1828 (7 letters), re negotiations. (OIA, lR, Cherokee (West), 1828)
3. Black Fox, Geo. Guess, and other members of Cherokee delegation to Sec. of War, Feb. 28, 1828, presenting statement of those affairs of their tribe to be considered in negotiation with U. S.; with attesting documents (copies) accompanying. (29 p., 34 p.)*
4. Sec. of War to Cherokee delgation from Ark., Mar. 27, 1828, presenting basis for opening of negotiations, including propesal for exchanging lands west of Ark. for those held by Cherokee between the White and Arkansas Rivers within the Ter. (OIA, LS, vol. 4, p. 372-373)
5. Cherokee delegation to Sec. of War and T. L. McKenney, Mar. 29, Apr. 2 and 4, 1828, re the exchange of lands proposed by War Dept. (OIA, LR, Cherokee (West), 1828)
6. Treaty (incomplete draft) and letter (draft) from T. L. McKenney of OIA to Cherokee delegation, Arp. 3, 1828. (OIA, LR, Cherokee (West), 1828)
7. Sec. of War and T. L. McKenney to Cherokee delegation, Apr. 3, 11, May 17, 1828. (OIA, LS, vol. 4, p. 388-389, 397-399, 453, 454)
8. A. H. Sevier, Delegate of Ark. Ter., to Sec. of War, Apr. 22, May 7 and 20, 1828, protesting against certain features of the treaty, as proposed and included. (OIA, LR, Cherokee (West), 1828)
9. Treaty (text with signatures). (OIA, LS, vol. 4, p. 430-436)
10. Sen. Res. of May 23, 1828, advising ratification of treaty. (OIA, LR, Cherokee (West), 1828)
11. T. L. McKenney to E. W. Duval, Geo. Graham, Comr. of General Land Office, and Gov. Geo. Izard of Ark. Ter., May 28, 1828 (3 letters), re executions of certain provisions of treaty lately ratified. (OIA, LS, vol. 4, p. 469-472)
Note: The signatures of four of the cherokee signers of this treaty appear on the original written in the language of tribe, in the characters invented by George Guess (Sequoyah), one of the signers.

Ratified treaty no. 153, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of August 25, 1828, with the Winnebago, and Unitied Potawatomi, Chippewa, and Ottawa Indians (August 25, 1828)

1. Instructions, May 28 and 31, 1828. (OIA, LS, vol. 4, p. 467-468, 476)
2. Lewis Cass to T. L. McKenney, June 22 and Aug. 17, 1828, with enclosures, reporting arrangements for assembling Indians. (OIA, LR, Mich., 1828) Journal of Comrs. Lewis Cass and Pierre Menard, appointed by President to treat fot the extinguishment of the Indian title to "the lead mine country upon the Mississippi" and other areas within the Ter. of Mich. and the State of Ill., Aug. 18-25, 1828. (37 p.)*
4. W. B. Lee, Sec. of Treaty Commission, to Sec. of War, Sept. 9, 1828, sending journal of comrs., item 3 above.*
See also items under Treaty of July 29, 1829, at Prairie du Chien. Note: The negotiations were conducted under an act of May 24, 1828, which included an appropriation to enable the President to extinguish the title to certain mineral lands claimed by the Winnebago, Poawatomi, Chippewa, and Ottawa Indians east of the Mississippi and south of the Wisconsin River.

Ratified treaty no. 154. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 153 (September 20, 1828)

See items under Treaty of Aug. 25, 1828, with Winnebago and other tribes.

Ratified treaty no. 155, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of July 29, 1829, with the United Chippewa, Ottawa, and Potawatomi Indians (July 29, 1829)

1. Instructions, Mar. 30 (also in item 2, below); Apr. 6 (2 letters); May 18, 19, 20; June 13, 1829. (OIA, LS, vol. 5, p. 382-386, 395-396, 434-437; vol. 6, p. 12)
2. Letter book of comrs. who negotiated the treaties of July 29 and Aug. 1, 1829, at Prairie du Chien, Mar. 30-Sept. 5, 1829. (41 p.)*
3. Proceedings of the comrs. for holding a treaty with the Winnebago and the United Nation of the Ottawa, Chippewa, and Potawatomi of the Illinois, for the cession of the mineral country owned by those tribes, Apr. 6-Sept. 11, 1829. (56 p.)*
4. Final reports of Comrs. John McNeil, Pierre Menard, and Caleb Atwater, Aug. 7 and Sept. 11, 1829. (11 p., 13 p.)*
5. Final reports (copies) of Aug. 7 and Sept. 11, 1829, (item 4 above) and other letters re the negotiations. (OIA, LR, Prairie du Chien, 1829) See also items under Treaty of Aug. 25, 1828, with Winnebago and other tribes.

Ratified treaty no. 156, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of August 1, 1829, with the Winnebago Indians (August 1, 1829)

Treaty (copy without signatures), with schedule of claims referred to in art. 4 and including art. 6, which was stricken by U. S. Senate.* Note: The schedule of claims does not appear in Kappler. See also items and reference under Treaty of July 29, 1829.

Ratified treaty no. 157, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of August 3, 1829, with the Delaware Indians (August 3, 1829)

1. John Johnston, U. S. Ind. Agt., to Sec. of War, Mar. 10, 12, 13, 17, and Apr. 10, 1829, re removal of the Delaware under the Treaty of Oct. 3, 1818, and act of Congress of Mar. 2, 1829--4 Stat. 336. (OIA, LR, Ohio, 1829)
2. Instructions, June 8 and 27, 1829. (OIA, LS, vol. 6, p. 2 and 26)
3. Lewis Cass to Sec. of War, June 16, 1829, enclosing record of council with Delaware and Seneca re removal.*
4. John McElvain, U. S. Ind. Agt. and Comr., to Sec. of War, Aug. 7, 1829, transmitting treaty of purchase with Delaware and outlining plans for their removal.*
5. T. L. McKenney to John McElvain, Aug. 29, 1829, giving directions re removal of the Delaware from Ohio. (OIA, LS, vol. 6, p. 75)

Ratified treaty no. 158, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of September 24, 1829, with the Delaware Indians (September 24, 1829)

1. Treaty (copy) with report of Geo. Vashon, U.S. Ind. Agt. and Comr., to Wm. Clark, Oct. 27, 1829.*
2. "Secret clause" or "postscript" (certified copy) to the treaty.*
3. Geo. Vashon to Sec. of War, Oct. 27, 1829, reporting general conditions within agency limits, giving information re the negotiation of the "Supplemental Treaty Article," and transmitting the original of the treaty. (OIA, LR, Delaware, 1829)
4. Wm. Clark to Sec. of War, Dec. 2, 1829, making a general report and enclosing copy of treaty with report of Oct. 27, 1829, item 1 above. (OIA, LR, Delaware, 1829)
5. R. W. Cummings, U.S. Ind. Agt., to Hon. L. F. Linn, Dec. 26, 1835, re fulfillment of the "secret clause" to the treaty. (OIA, LR, Fort Leavenworth, 1835)
Note: Instructions not found; for explanation see items above. This treaty is described as a "supplemental article" to the Treaty of Oct. 3, 1818.

Ratified treaty no. 159, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of July 15, 1830, with the Sauk and Fox, Mdewakanton, Wahpeton, Sisseton, Yankton, and Santee, Sioux, Omaha, Iowa, and Oto and Missouri Indians (July 15, 1830)

1. Instructions, Apr. 5, 1830--2 letters; June 9, 1830--supplementary. (OIA, LS, vol. 6, p. 441-445, 468-469)
2. Wm. Clark and Col. Willoughby Morgan, Treaty Comrs., to Sec. of War, Apr. 25-July 18, 1830, with enclosures, giving proceedings under instructions from the War Department to take measures for the pacification of the Sauk and Fox, Sioux, and other warring tribes. (OIA, LR, Prairie du Chien, 1830)
3. Extracts from minutes of a council held at Prairie du Chien, July 7-16, 1830; transmitted in Wm. Clark to Sec. of War, Nov. 19, 1830. (27 p., 1p.)*
4. Wm. Clark and Willoughby Morgan to Sec. of War, July 11, 16, and 23, 1830, reporting on negotiations. (3, 5, 4 p.)*
5. Wm. Clark to Sec. of War, Aug. 8, 1830, enclosing reports from John Daugherty, U.S. Ind. Agt. , and others, re assembling of certain tribes within Upper Missouri agency for participation in councils. (OIA, LR, Oto, 1830)
6. Wm. Clark to Sec. of War, Nov. 1, 1830, transmitting treaties of July 10 and 15, 1830. (4 p.)*
Note: Signatures of Yankton and Santee Sioux were affixed on Oct. 13, 1830, at St. Louis. The Treaty of July 10, 1830, referred to in item 6 above, was not ratified; the original is filed in OIA, "Treaties (Unratified)."

Ratified treaty no. 160, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of September 27, 1830, with the Choctaw Indians (September 27, 1830)

1. Addresses (drafts) delivered in council and other documents, some of which are embodied in journal of the treaty comrs. (item 2 below); including address of President delivered in council, letter of Aug. 16, 1830, from dissenting party of Choctaw, and reply of Aug. 26, 1830, from President. (OIA, LR, Choctaw, 1830)
2. Journal (orig.) of John H. Eaton and John Coffee, Treaty Comrs., re negotiations with the Chickasaw and Choctaw tribes, Aug. 23-Sept. 28, 1830. (78 p.)*
3. Unratified treaty (orig. and copy) with Chickasaw, Aug. 31, 1830, and address of Chickasaw chiefs to President, Aug. 25, 1830. (OIA, LR, Chickasaw, 1830; copies of both documents in journal, item 2 above)
4. Journal (unsigned copy) of Comrs. Eaton and Coffee, Sept. 15-27, 1830. (38 p.)*
5. John Coffee to Sec. of War, Dec. 8, 1830, transmitting orig. journal (item 2 above).*
Note: Instructions not found.

Ratified treaty no. 161, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of February 8, 1831, with the Menominee Indians (February 8, 1831)

1. Sec. of War to S. C. Stambaugh, U.S. Ind. Agt., Oct. 1, 1830, re wish of Menominee to visit Washington. (OIA, LS, vol. 7, p. 49-50)
2. Commission of Feb. 1, 1831, signed by the President authorizing John H. Eaton, Sec. of War, and Samuel C. Stambaugh to arrange a settlement of the dispute between the Menominee and N.Y. Indians; and to obtain from the Menominee cessions of land for use of N.Y. Indians and for U.S.*
3. S. C. Stambaugh to Sec. of War, Aug. 4, 1831, reporting and enclosing: a. Formal "assent" to this treaty granted by Indians in open councils, Mar. 15, July 18, and Aug. 2, 1831; and b. journal of proceedings preliminary to "assent." (OIA, LR, Menominee, 1831)
4. S. C. Stambaugh to Sec. of War, Nov. 8, 1831, reporting under instructions of April 21, 1831, directing that he explore country ceded by Menominee in Treaty of Feb. 8, 1831, for benefit of N.Y. Indians, etc. (42 p.; OIA, LR, Menominee, 1831)
Note: For instructions, see item 2 above. Supplemental articles to this treaty were signed on Feb. 17, 1831.

Ratified treaty no. 162, treaty of February 28, 1831, with the Seneca Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (February 28, 1831)

1. John McElvain, U.S. Ind. Agt., to Sec. of War, Sept. 25 and Dec. 8, 1830, forwarding petition of Seneca for disposal of reservation on Sandusky River in Ohio, and reporting that 329 Seneca wish to remove to the West, with estimate of cost of such removal. (OIA, LR, Seneca of Ohio, 1830)
2. Saml. S. Hamilton of OIA to John McElvain, Oct. 8, 1830, re removal of Seneca and other matters. (OIA, LS, vol. 7, p. 55-56)
Note: Instructions not found; James B. Gardiner acted as comr. See memorandum of the Eastern Shawnee title to their reserve under Treaty of Aug. 8, 1831, with Shawnee.

Ratified treaty no. 163, treaty of July 20, 1831, with the Seneca and Shawnee Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (July 20, 1831)

1. Instructions, Mar. 29 and 31, 1831. (OIA, LS, vol. 7, p. 167-176)
2. James B. Gardiner, Comr., to Sec. of War, May 4, June 19, and July 8, 1831, re progress of negotiations with Ohio Indians. (OIA, LR, Ohio, 1831)
3. John McElvain, U.S. Ind. Agt. and Comr., to Sec. of War, July 17, 1831, including information re negotiations. (OIA, LR, Ohio, 1831)
4. Sec. of War to J. B. Gardiner, Aug. 19, 1831, acknowledging receipt of treaty and news of conclusion of Treaty of Aug. 8, 1831, with Shawnee. (OIA, LS, vol. 7, p. 354)
5. Sec. of War to J. B. Gardiner, Sept. 5, 1831, acknowledging receipt of Treaty of Aug. 18, 1831, and discussing the association of John McElvain with him in the negotiations. (OIA, LS, vol. 7, p. 373-374)
See memorandum of the Eastern Shawnee title to their reserve under Treaty of Aug. 8, 1831 (item 3).

Ratified treaty no. 164, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of August 8, 1831, with the Shawnee Indians (August 8, 1831)

1. J. B. Gardiner, Comr., to Sec. of War, Aug. 11, 1831, reporting conclusion of treaty. (OIA, LR, Shawnee, 1831)
2. J. B. Gardiner to Sec. of War, Aug. 22, 1831, transmitting treaty.*
3. Memorandum (office memo.) of the Eastern Shawnee title to their reserve, undated.*
Note: For instructions and other documents see items 1-5 under Treaty of July 20, 1831, with Seneca and Shawnee.

Ratified treaty no. 165, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of August 30, 1831, with the Ottawa Indians in Ohio (August 30, 1831)

1. J. B. Gardiner, Comr., to Sec. of War, Sept. 2, 1831, forwarding treaty. (1 p.)*
2. S. S. Hamilton of OIA to J. B. Gardiner, Sept. 9, 1831, acknowledging receipt of treaty. (OIA, LS, vol. 7, p. 394)
3. B. F. Stickney, U.S. Ind. Subagt., Sept. 26, 1831, re arrangements for council with Ottawa. (OIA, LR, Ottawa and Maumee, 1831)
See items 1 and 2 under Treaty of July 20, 1831, with Seneca and Shawnee.

Ratified treaty no. 166, treaty of January 19, 1832, with the Wyandot Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (January 18, 1832)

1. Jas. B. Gardiner, Comr., to Sec. of War and to S. S. Hamilton of OIA, Aug. 18, 22, Sept. 16, 26, Nov. 1, 1831, including information re councils with Wyandot, wish of tribe to explore country to be assigned to them, prospect of negotiating treaty, etc. (OIA, LR, Ohio--Wyandot--1831)
2. S. S. Hamilton to Gardiner, Sept. 16, 1831, re visit to Washington to negotiate treaty as proposed by Wyandot. (OIA, LS, vol. 7, p. 403)
3. Gardiner to Sec. of War, Oct. 26, 1831, enclosing "preliminary agreement" with Wyandot of Oct. 19, 1831. (OIA, LR, Ohio--Wyandot--1831)
4. Gardiner to Comr. of Indian Affairs and Sec. of War, Jan. 4 and 5, 1832, re preparations for making this treaty. (OIA, LR, Ohio--Emig.--1832)
5. Instructions (supplementary), Jan. 14, 1832. (OIA, LS, vol. 8, p. 12)
Note: For general letters of instructions, see item 1 under Treaty of July 20, 1831. The treaty was with the group of Wyandot living at the "Big Spring" in Crawford County, Ohio.

Ratified treaty no. 167, treaty of March 24, 1832, with the Creek Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (March 24, 1832)

1. Creek delegation to Sec. of War, letters from Jan. 12 to Mar. 19, 1832, on questions connected with the proposed treaty. (OIA, LR, Creeks, 1832)
2. Sec. of War and Comr. of Indian Affairs to Creek delegation, letters from Jan. 16 to Mar. 19, 1832. (OIA, LS, vol. 8, p. 8, 15, 36, 88, 198)
3. Comr. of Indian Affairs to John Crowell, U.S. Ind. Agt., Jan. 25 and Feb. 4, 1832, re the Creek delegation. (OIA, LS, vol. 8, p. 37, 72)
4. Crowell to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Feb. 29 and Mar. 20, 1832, reporting upon discussions held with the Creeks re proposed treaty. (OIA, LR, Creeks, 1832)
5. Sec. of War to Messrs. Pickett, Parsons, and Crowell, comrs. for carrying into effect provisions of the treaty, June 27 and Aug. 2, 1832. (OIA, LR, Creeks, 1832)

Ratified treaty no. 168, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of May 9, 1832, with the Seminole Indians (May 9, 1832)

1. Instructions, Jan. 30, 1832. (OIA, LS, vol. 8, p. 48-51)
2. James Gadsden, Comr., to Sec. of War, Mar. 10 and May 21, 1832. (OIA, LR, Seminole, 1832)
3. Gadsden to Sec. of War, Apr. 3 and May 15, 1832, reporting preliminary arrangements for negotiation and conclusion of the treaty. (3 p., 2 p.)*
4. Gadsden to Sec. of War, May 29, 1832, presenting treaty for submission to President. (1 p.)*
5. Gadsden to Sec. of War, June 2, 1832, reporting on treaty.*
Note: This treaty did not include Seminoles living in towns on the Apalachicola River. See Treaty of Oct. 11, 1832.

Ratified treaty no. 169, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of September 15, 1832, with the Winnebago Indians (September 15, 1832)

1. Gen. W. Scott and Gov. John Reynolds, Comrs., to Sec. of War, Sept. 16, 1832, forwarding treaty. (1 p.)*
2. Comrs. to Sec. of War, Sept. 22, 1832, reporting on this treaty and the treaty with the Sauk and Fox of Sept. 21, 1832. Enclosed is copy of letter of same date addressed to Wm. Clark by comrs. (4 p., 2 p.)*
3. Capt. R. Bache, Sec., to Sec. of War, Oct. 13, 1832, presenting "minutes of conference held with Winnebagos and Sac and Fox," together with other documents. (1 p.)*
4. Reynolds, Comr., to Sec. of War, Oct. 26, 1832, reporting further on the two treaties. (OIA, LR, Prairie du Chien, 1832)
Note: Instructions not found. From a penciled notation on the back of the letter of Oct. 13, 1832 (item 3 above), it appears that the "minutes" and other enclosures may have been forwarded to the Senate in Dec. 1832, when the two treaties were submitted.

Ratified treaty no. 170. For a list of documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 169 (September 21, 1832)

See items listed under Treaty of Sept. 15, 1832. Note: In a letter of July 6, 1831, addressed to the Sec. of War, Gen. Gaines enclosed an unratified treaty of June 1, 1831, with the "British Band of Sacs" described as "articles of agreement and capitulation," which was negotiated by Gaines and Gov. John Reynolds. (OIA, LR, Sac and Fox, 1831)

Ratified treaty no. 171, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 11, 1832, with the Apalachicola Indians (October 11, 1832)

1. Instructions, July 5, 1832. (OIA, LS, vol. 9, p. 7-8)
2. Jas. Gadsden, Comr., to Sec. of War, Aug. 30 and Sept. 19, 1832, re proposed treaty and preliminary interviews. (3 p., 2 p.)*
3. Gadsden to Sec. of War, Nov. 30, 1832, reporting negotiation of treaty and interviews following. (4 p.)*
See items listed under Treaty of May 9, 1832, which was not signed by this band of Seminole Indians.

Ratified treaty no. 172, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 20, 1832, with the Potawatomi of the Prairie Indians and the Kankakee Indians (October 20, 1832)

1. Resolution of U.S. Senate consenting to appointment of Comrs. Jennings, Davis, and Crume, July 13, 1832.*
2. Instructions, July 14, 1832.* (Also in OIA, LS, vol. 9, p. 44-47)
3. Report (undated copy) of negotiations by comrs. to extinguish Indian title to lands in States of Ind. and Ill. and in Mich. Ter. under act of Congress approved July 9, 1832. (5 p.)*
4. Comrs. to Sec. of War, Sept. 15 (2 letters) and Oct. 22, 1832, concerning the progress of negotiations, accounts, etc. (OIA, LR, Ind., 1832--this file contains other letters of comrs. re treaty)

Ratified treaty no. 173, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 20, 1832, with the Chickasaw Indians (October 20, 1832)

1. Instructions, Jan. 12, 1832. (OIA, LS, vol. 8, p. 9-10)
2. Levi Colbert and others to Comr. Coffee, a folder of letters during negotiation of treaty. (OIA, LR, Chickasaw, 1832)
3. John Coffee to Sec. of War, Oct. 26, and Nov. 12, 1832, transmitting copy of treaty, original treaty, and journal (journal not found)*
4. Memorial of chiefs addressed to President and articles of agreement signed by the chiefs proposed as substitutes for the Treaties of Oct. 20 and 22, 1832, consisting of three documents dated Nov. 22, 1832. (OIA, LR, Chickasaw, 1832)
5. John Eaton to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 30, 1832, reviewing various treaties made with the Chickasaw. (OIA, LR, Chickasaw, 1832)
6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to John H. Eaton and John Coffee, Jan. 16, 1833, transmitting treaty papers including: Basis of treaty as proposed by Comr. Coffee, Sept. 24, 1832* Estimate of area of country of Chickasaws, Sept. 25, 1832* Consent to "basis of treaty" by Levi Colber, Chief* Amendments suggested by Chief Colbert*
Note: For resume of earlier negotiations preceding unratified treaties with Chickasaw of Aug. 31, 1830, and Oct. 3, 1832, see letter of Jan. 2, 1833, from Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, and letter of Jan. 3, 1833, addressed to the President. (OIA, LS, vol. 9, p. 455-457) Articles supplemental to and explanatory of this treaty were signed on Oct. 22, 1832.

Ratified treaty no. 174, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 24, 1832, with the Kickapoo Indians (October 24, 1832)

1. Sen. Res. of July 14, 1832, confirming appointments of treaty comrs. (OIA, LR, St. Louis, 1832)
2. Instructions, July 14, 1832, addressed to Comrs. Clark, Kouns, and Allen to treat with Indians of Mo. and Ill. (OIA, LS, vol. 9, p. 29-31)
3. Instructions, July 14, 1832, issued to Wm. Carroll, Montfort Stokes, and Robert Vaux, Comrs. appointed to examine the lands ceded by various treaties with Western tribes. (OIA, LS, vol. 9, p. 32-41)
4. Wm. Clark to Act'g Sec. of War, Sept. 10, 1832, accepting appointment for himself and other comrs. (OIA, LR, St. Louis, 1832)
5. Statements of amounts needed to carry out terms of various treaties submitted by Wm. Clark, Comr. (OIA, LR, St. Louis, 1832)
6. Comrs. Clark, Kouns, and Allen to Sec. of War, Oct. 31, 1832, reporting conclusion of treaties with various tribes.*
7. Wm. Clark to Sec. of War, Dec. 20, 1832, introducing Robt. Payne, who was to deliver the treaties and the journal of proceedings to the Department (journal not found).*
See Treaties of Oct. 26, 27, and 29, 1832, by same comrs. Note: A supplemental article to this treaty was signed at Fort Leavenworth on Nov. 26, 1832.

Ratified treaty no. 175. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 172 (October 26, 1832)

See items under Treaty of Oct. 20, 1832.

Ratified treaty no. 176. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 174 (October 26, 1832)

See items under Treaty of Oct. 24, 1832.

Ratified treaty no. 177. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 172 (October 27, 1832)

See items under Treaty of Oct. 20, 1832, with Potawatomi of the Prairie and Kankakee.

Ratified treaty no. 178. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 174 (October 27, 1832)

See items under Treaty of Oct. 24, 1832. Note: The Michegamea, Cahokia, and Tamarooa were united with the Kaskaskia and Peoria; these five tribes formerly composed the Illinois Nation of Indians.

Ratified treaty no. 179, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 27, 1832, with the Menominee Indians (October 27, 1832)

1. Instructions, Sept. 11, 1832. (OIA, LS, vol. 9, p. 231-233)
2. Gov. Geo. B. Porter, Comr., to Sec. of War, Jan. 24, 1833, reporting and enclosing treaty and journal (jounal not found). (6 p.)*
3. Gov. Porter to Sec. of War, Apr. 16, 1833, re the use of funds provided by this treaty and the Treaty of Feb. 8, 1831. (OIA, LR, Green Bay, 1833)

Ratified treaty no. 180. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 174 (October 29, 1832)

See items under Treaty of Oct. 24, 1832.

Ratified treaty no. 181, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of December 29, 1832, with the Seneca and Shawnee Indians (December 29, 1832)

1. Instructions: July 14, 1832. (OIA, LS, vol. 9, p. 32-41) Aug. 4, 1832. (OIA, LS, vol. 9, p. 119-120) (Original instructions issued to Wm. Carroll, Montfort Stokes, and Robert Vaux. Carroll and Vaux did not serve.)
2. Instructions (copy) July 14, 1832. (14 p.)*
3. Sec. of War to Henry L. Ellsworth, Montfort Stokes, and J. F. Schermerhorn, July 23, Aug. 31, and Oct. 22, 1832, notifying them of their appointment as comrs. (OIA, LS, vol. 9, p. 82, 206, 306)
4. Stokes, Ellsworth, and Schermerhorn to Sec. of War and to Comr. of Indian Affairs, a series of letters re their proceedings as comrs. (OIA, LR, Western Suptcy., 1832)
5. S. C. Stambaugh, Sec. of Treaty Commission to Sec. of War, Jan. 6, 1833, reporting and transmitting the treaty. (7 p.)*
6. J. F. Schermerhorn, Comr., to Sec. of War, Jan. 17, 1833, re the forwarding of the treaty, etc.*
7. Sen. Res. (copy), Mar. 2, 1833, consenting to ratification of treaty.*
8. H. L. Ellsworth to Sec. of War, Apr. 30, 1833 re the goods provided by the treaty, etc. (OIA, LR, Western Suptcy., 1833)
9. Incomplete journal of comrs. appointed to examine the country west of the Mississippi River set apart for emigrating Indians, and to execute other provisions of act of July 14, 1832; Sept. 2, 1833-Jan. 21, 1834. (173 p.; indexed)
This document is not identified with any specific file number. In addition to parts re ratified treaties listed herein, this journal includes general and separate councils held with Kickapoo, Omaha, Delaware, Ottawa, Wea, Iowa, Sauk and Fox, Piankashaw, and Osage.

Ratified treaty no. 182, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of February 14, 1833, with the Western Cherokee Indians (February 14, 1833)

1. S. C. Stambaugh, Sec. of Treaty Commission, to Sec. of War, Jan. 7, 1833, outlining plans for holding councils with Osage, Cherokee, and Creeks. (3 p.)*
2. H. L. Ellsworth, Treaty Comr., to Sec. of War, Feb. 5, 1833, including information re councils with Cherokee and Creeks. (OIA, LR, Western Suptcy., 1833)
3. S. C. Stambaugh to Sec. of War, Feb. 18, 1833, reporting and enclosing treaties with Cherokee and Creeks. (1 p.)*
4. J. F. Schermerhorn, Comr., to Sec. of War, Apr. 3, 1833, re treaties made with Cherokee, Creeks, and other tribes. (OIA, LR, Western Suptcy., 1833).
5. Comr. of Indian Affairs to comrs., Apr. 4, 1833, acknowledging receipt of treaties made with Cherokee and Creeks and discussing provisions of these agreements. (OIA, LS, vol. 10, p. 198-200)
Note: The formal report on this treaty in the Senate records (23B-C1 in RG 46).

Ratified treaty no. 183. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 182, item 9 under ratified treaty no. 181, see roll 2 and item 1 under ratified treaty no. 185 (February 14, 1833)

See items under treaty with Cherokee under same date, items 1-4; item 9 under Treaty of Dec. 29, 1832, with Seneca and Shawnee; and item 1 under Treaty of Mar. 28, 1833, with Seminole.

Ratified treaty no. 184, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of February 18, 1833, with the Ottawa Indians (February 18, 1833)

1. Sec. of War to Gov. Geo. B. Porter, July 4, 1832, directing him to send some person to the Ottawa of Maumee to discover their disposition in connection with the sale of their lands. (OIA, LS, vol. 8, p. 517)
2. Instructions, Sept. 11, 1832. (OIA, LS, vol. 9, p. 233)
3. Porter to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Feb. 18, 1833, reporting, enclosing the treaty, and giving an account of the negotiations.*
4. Sen. Res. of Mar. 2, 1833, ratifying the treaty.*
5. Dept. of State to Office of Indian Affairs, Aug. 14, 1854, enclosing a printed copy of the treaty with corrections.*
Note: This band of Maumee resided on the Miami of Lake Erie and on Miami Bay.

Ratified treaty no. 185, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of March 28, 1833, with the Seminole Indians (March 28, 1833)

1. S. C. Stambaugh, to Sec. of War, Apr. 3, 1833, reporting re the Creek and Seminole treaties, location of the Seminole under the treaties, etc. (OIA, LR, Seminole, 1833)
2. Jas. Gadsden and W. Thompson to Sec. of War, letters re the Creek and Seminole treaties. (OIA, LR, Seminole, 1833)
3. S. C. Stambaugh to Sec. of War, Sept. 2, 1833, reporting and enclosing treaty and the proceedings in council (council proceedings in Senate records, 23B-C1 in RG 46).
See items 1-4 and 9 under Treaty of Dec. 29, 1832, with the Seneca and Shawnee.

Ratified treaty no. 186, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of May 13, 1833, with the Quapaw Indians (May 13, 1833)

1. Record of councils held with the Quapaw, correspondence and text of treaty, and undated report from John F. Schermerhorn, Comr., giving account of proceedings leading to treaty. (Embodied in p. 105-125 of journal described under item 9 of Treaty of Dec. 29, 1832)
2. J. F. Schermerhorn to Comr. of Indian Affairs, May 22, 1833, reporting the conclusion of the treaty with the Quapaw.*
3. J. F. Schermerhorn to Sec. of War, May 24, 1833, reporting his movements since the conclusion of the Quapaw treaty and also matters connected with the Potawatomi and the Pawnee. (OIA, LR, Western Suptcy., 1833)
4. Richard M. Hannum, U.S. Ind. Subagt., and Gov. John Pope of Ark. to Sec. of War and Comr. of Indian Affairs: letters concerning the location of the tribe and agency and annuities and other provisions of this treaty. (OIA, LR, Quapaw, 1833)
5. J. F. Schermerhorn to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 23, 1833, a report which accompanied the treaty and "minutes of a council with the Quapaw," May 10-13, 1833.*
Note: Item 5 above appears to be an incomplete record of the treaty proceedings. See items 1-4 and 9 under Treaty of Dec. 29, 1832, with the Seneca and Shawnee.

Ratified treaty no. 187, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of June 18, 1833, with the Apalachicola Indians (June 18, 1833)

1. Instructions: July 5, 1832; Dec. 19, 1832 (OIA, LS, vol. 9, p. 7-8, 428) Feb. 18, 1833; Apr. 16, 1833. (OIA, LS, vol. 10, p. 56-57, 255)
2. Jas. Gadsden to Sec. of War, Mar. 30, July 6 and 25, 1833, discussing the emigration of the Indians under treaty stipulations, the negotiation of this treaty, and other related matters. (OIA, LR, Apalachicola, 1833)
3. Jas. Gadsden to Sec. of War, July 6, 1833, reporting and enclosing the treaty.*
See items under Treaty of Mar. 28, 1833, with Seminole.

Ratified treaty no. 188, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of September 21, 1833, with the Oto and Missouri Indians (September 21, 1833)

1. Instructions (supplementary) Aug. 17, 1833: two letters. (OIA, LS, vol. 11, p. 101-104)
2. H. L. Ellsworth, Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Sept. 18, 1833, reporting his plans for holding councils with the Oto and Missouri.*
3. Record of council with Oto and Missouri on Sept. 20, 1833; text of treaty with signatures; and copy of treaty report of Sept. 23, 1833, from H. L. Ellsworth to Comr. of Indian Affairs. (Embodied in journal, p. 7-12, described in item 9 under Treaty of Dec. 29, 1832, with Seneca and Shawnee.)
4. Comr. of Indian Affairs to H. L. Ellsworth, Dec. 5, 1833, acknowledging receipt of letters of Nov. 6 and 8, 1833, enclosing treaty (letters referred to not found). (OIA, LS, vol. 11, p. 380-381)
Note: Letter of Comr. of Indian Affairs, item 4 above, refers to treaties made with Pawnee and with Oto and Missouri. For council proceedings for this treaty, see Senate records (23B-C1 in RG 46). See items 1-4 and 9 under Treaty of Dec. 29, 1832.

Ratified treaty no. 189, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of September 26, 1833, with the United Chippewa, Ottawa, and Potawatomi Indians (September 26, 1833)

1. Comr. of Indian Affairs and Sec. of War to Montfort Stokes, H. L. Ellsworth, J. F. Schermerhorn, Mar. 8 and 18, 1833, including instructions re location of Potawatomi emigrants for Mich., Ind., and Ill. (OIA, LS, vol. 10, p. 100-101, 122-124)
2. Instructions, Apr. 8, 1833. (OIA, LS, vol. 10, p. 210-214)
3. Schermerhorn and the comrs. who negotiated this treaty to Sec. of War, Aug. 23, 1833 - Jan. 21, 1834. (Embodied in journal, p. 163-173, described in item 9 under Treaty of Dec. 29, 1832, with Seneca and Shawnee.)
4. Journal of proceedings, Sept. 10 - Oct. 7, 1833, enclosed with letter of Gov. Geo. B. Porter, Comr., of Dec. 20, 1833. (32 p., 3p.)*
5. Schermerhorn to Sec. of War, Sept. 28, 1833, concerning this treaty. (OIA, LR, Western Suptcy., 1833)
6. Gov. Geo. B. Porter to Sec. of War, Sept. 28, 1833, reporting and enclosing copy of treaty.*
7. Authorization of Oct. 7, 1833, by Porter, Owen, and Weatherford, Comrs., for purchase of goods under the treaty by Gov. Porter. (OIA, LR, Chicago, 1833)
8. Gov. Porter to Sec. of War, Dec. 20, 1833, enclosing the accounts of the comrs. and discussing the stipulations of the treaty. (OIA, LR, Chicago, 1833)
9. Sec. of War to President, Jan. 9, 1834, (copy), transmitting original treaty, journal, and joint report of comrs.*
10. Sen. Res. (copy) of May 22, 1834, ratifying the treaty conditionally.*
Note: Supplemental articles to the treaty were signed on Sept. 27, 1833.

Ratified treaty no. 190, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 9, 1833, with the Pawnee Indians (October 9, 1833)

1. H. L. Ellsworth, Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, undated, transmitting council proceedings. (1 p., 7 p.)*
2. Ellsworth to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 2, 1833 (copy), reporting and enclosing the treaty; record of council proceedings with Pawnee on Oct. 9, 1833; and text of treaty with signatures. (Embodied in journal, p. 15-26, described in item 9 under Treaty of Dec. 29, 1832, with Seneca and Shawnee)
3. Montfort Stokes, Comr., to Sec. of War, Nov. 26, 1833, concerning the difficulty of establishing peace among the tribes by dealing with the Comanche and Pawnee. (OIA, LR, Western Suptcy., 1833)
See items 1 (instructions) and 4 under Treaty of Sept. 21, 1833, with Oto and Missouri; and items 1-3, 4, and 9 under Treaty of Dec. 29, 1832, with Seneca and Shawnee.

Ratified treaty no. 191, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of May 24, 1834, with the Chickasaw Indians (May 24, 1834)

1. Benj. Reynolds, Chickasaw Agt., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Feb. 17, 1834, concerning the bringing of the delegation of Chickasaws to Washington. (OIA, LR, Chickasaw, 1834)
2. Chickasaw chiefs in council to the President, Mar. 7, 1834, authorizing a delegation of their people named within to confer with him re amending their late treaty.*
3. Chickasaw delegation to President, Apr. 21, 1834, requesting that John H. Eaton be appointed to confer with them.* (Endorsement of same date by Andrew Jackson on jacket of this letter directs the appointment of Eaton as comr.)
4. Instructions, Apr. 22, 1834 (OIA, LS, vol. 12, p. 314)
5. Eaton to Sec. of War, May 26, 1834, presenting the articles of agreement concluded with the Chickasaw.*
Note: Supplemental articles to this treaty were signed on the same date.

Ratified treaty no. 192, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 23, 1834, with the Miami Indians (October 23, 1834)

1. Geo. B. Porter and Wm. Marshall, Comrs., to Sec. of War, reporting inconclusive negotations with Miami and enclosing journal of proceedings, Oct. 8 - Nov. 1, 1833. (OIA, LR, Miami, 1833)
2. Instructions (copies), July 15, 1833 (extract), and July 12 and Oct. 24, 1834, to treat with the Miami and Potawatomis.*
3. Marshall to Sec. of War, Sept. 22, 1834, reporting progress of negotiations.*
4. Marshall to Sec. of War, Oct. 23, 1834, reporting and enclosing the original treaty and a copy of treaty.*
5. Marshall to Sec. of War, Nov. 10, 1834, enclosing map of the upper Wabash lands acquired from the Miami by this treaty.*
6. John Tipton to Sec. of War, Mar. 7, 1835, concerning the decision of the President as to this treaty and the unratified treaties with the Potawatomi. (OIA, LR, Potawatomi and Miami, 1835)
Note: For other documents concerning this treaty, see OIA, LR, Miami, 1834.

Ratified treaty no. 193, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of December 4, 1834, with Comoza's band of Potawatomi Indians (December 4, 1834)

1. Comr. of Indian Affairs and Sec. of War to Montfort Stokes, H. L. Ellsworth, and J. F. Schermerhorn, Comrs., Mar. 8 and 18, 1833, including instructions re locations for Potawatomi emigrants from Mich., Ind., and Ill. (OIA, LS, vol. 10, p. 100-101, 122-124)
2. Wm. Marshall, Comr., to Sec. of War, Jan. 1, 1835, reporting and transmitting various treaties with Potawatomi and enclosing abstracts of lands purchased.*
3. Report (copy) of Jan. 1, 1835, item 2 above, and several unratified treaties with Potawatomi negotiated by Marshall. (OIA, LR, Potawatomi, 1835)
4. Synopses of various treaties negotiated by Marshall. (OIA, LR, Potawatomi, 1835)
5. Sec. of War to President, Feb. 20, 1835, reporting and presenting treaties for transmission to Senate, with separate endorsement of the President and a note from the Sec. of the Senate.*
See items under Miami Treaty of Oct. 23, 1834, includes instructions (item 2).

Ratified treaty no. 194. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 193 (December 10, 1834)

See items under Treaty of Dec. 4, 1834.

Ratified treaty no. 195. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 193 (December 16, 1834)

See items under Treaty of Dec. 4, 1834.

Ratified treaty no. 196. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 193 (December 17, 1834)

See items under Treaty of Dec. 4, 1834.

Ratified treaty no. 197, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of July 1, 1835, with the Caddo Indians (July 1, 1835)

1. Petition of Caddo addressed to President asking for purchase of their lands by United States, no date--endorsed by President on Jan. 28, 1835. (OIA, LR, Caddo, 1835)
2. Committee on Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, Feb. 20, 1835, inquiring as to expediency of treating with Caddo. (OIA, LR, Caddo, 1835)
3. Jehiel Brooks, to Sec. of War, Feb. 21 and 25, 1835, relating to history of the Caddo and applying for appointment as treaty comr. (OIA, LR, Caddo, 1835)
4. Instructions, Mar. 25, 1835. (OIA, LS, vol. 15, p. 209-212)
5. Journal (copy) of proceedings, May 30 - July 1, 1835. (OIA, Misc. Records, vol. 1, p. 267-274)
6. Jehiel Brooks, Comr., to Sec. of War, June 10, 1835, reporting plans for assembling Caddo.*
7. Brooks to Sec. of War, Aug. 18, 1835, transmitting original treaty and abstract of it.*
8. Brooks to Sec. of War, Nov. 9, 1835, forwarding journal.* (Notation on back of letter says journal was sent to Senate on Jan. 11, 1836)

Ratified treaty no. 198, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of August 24, 1835, with the Comanche, Wichita, Cherokee, Muscogee, Choctaw, Osage, Seneca, and Quapaw Indians (August 24, 1835)

1. Montfort Stokes, Matthew Arbuckle, and F. W. Armstrong, Comrs., to Sec. of War and Comr. of Indian Affairs, Mar. 6 - Aug. 3, 1835, concerning plans for holding councils, reports of meetings with Indians, etc. (OIA, LR, Western Suptcy., 1835)
2. Instructions, Apr. 8 and Mar. 26, 1835. (OIA, LR, Western Suptcy., 1835)
3. Journal of proceedings, May 4 - Sept. 13, 1835. (OIA, Misc. Records, vol. 1, p. 240-261)
4. Comrs. to Sec. of War, Sept. 23, 1835, re presents distributed at the councils, treaty accounts, etc. (OIA, LR, Western Suptcy., 1835)
5. Stokes and Arbuckle to Sec. of War, Sept. 26, 1835, transmitting the original treaty and certified copy of it.*
6. Lt. W. Seawell, Sec. of Treaty Commission, to Sec. of War, Nov. 3, 1835, giving information concerning appointment of secretary, keeping of journal, etc. (OIA, LR, Western Suptcy., 1835)

Ratified treaty no. 199, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of December 29, 1835, with the Cherokee Indians (December 29, 1835)

1. Synopsis of treaties between the United States and the Cherokee Nation from the Treaty of Nov. 28, 1785, to the Treaty of Dec. 29, 1835. (OIA, LR, Cherokee, 1836)
2. Wm. Carroll and J. F. Schermerhorn, Comrs., to Cherokee and War Dept. (a large number of letters). (OIA, LR, Cherokee, 1835-36)
3. Unratified treaty made with Cherokee on Mar. 14, 1835. (OIA, LR, Cherokee, 1835)
4. Address (printed copy) of Andrew Jackson to the Cherokees in the East dated Mar. 16, 1835, listing proposed treaty stipulations.*
5. Instructions, Apr. 2, 1835. (OIA, LS, vol. 15, p. 259-265) 6. Treaty (printed copy) with proclamation of May 23, 1836.*
Note: Supplemental articles to this treaty were signed on Mar. 1, 1836.

Ratified treaty no. 200, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of March 26, 1836, with Mesquawbuck's band of Potawatomi Indians (March 26, 1836)

1. Instructions, Jan. 25, 1836. (OIA, LS, vol. 17, p. 458-461)
2. Abel C. Pepper, Comr., to Sec. of War and Comr. of Indian Affairs, Mar. 30, Apr. 15 and 30, Aug. 8, and Oct. 15, 1836, transmitting treaties made with various bands of Potawatomi Indians and reporting details of negotiations.*
3. Pepper to Sec. of War, Sept. 10, 1836, re treaty with Ash-Kum's band and other bands of Potawatomi. (OIA, LR, Potawatomi, p. 19, 1836)

Ratified treaty no. 201, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of March 28, 1836, with the Ottawa and Chippewa Indians (March 28, 1836)

1. Instructions, Mar. 14, 1836. (OIA, LS, vol. 18, p. 179-180)
2. H. R. Schoolcraft, Comr., to Sec. of War, Mar. 30 and Apr. 1, 1836, transmitting treaty and the supplemental article.*
3. Sec. of War to President, Apr. 1, 1836. (OIA, LS, vol. 18, p. 368)
4. Schoolcraft to Sec. of War, Apr. 6 and 26, 1836, enclosing estimates of moneys and goods required to carry out treaty. (OIA, LR, Chippewa and Ottawa, S-315, S-316, 1836)
5. Schoolcraft to Sec. of War, June 20, 1836, concerning the assembling of Indians to consider amendments to treaty. (OIA, LR, Chippewa and Ottawa, S-1, 1836)
6. Schoolcraft to Sec. of War, July 18 and 22, 1836, enclosing the articles of assent by the Ottawas and Chippewas to the Senate amendments to the treaty--one enclosure.*
7. Articles of assent to amendment and articles of assent to supplemental article of treaty. (OIA, Misc. Records, vol. 2, p. 12-18)
8. Extract (certified copy) from a report of Mar. 8, 1837, from J. W. Edmonds concerning the distribution of money to the half-breeds under art. 6 of treaty.*

Ratified treaty no. 202. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 200 (March 29, 1836)

See items under Treaty of Mar. 26, 1836.

Ratified treaty no. 203. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 200 (April 11, 1836)

See items under Treaty of Mar. 26, 1836.

Ratified treaty no. 204. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 200 (April 22, 1836)

See items under Treaty of Mar. 26, 1836.

Ratified treaty no. 205. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 200 (April 22, 1836)

See items under Treaty of Mar. 26, 1836.

Ratified treaty no. 206, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of April 23, 1836, with the Wyandot Indians (April 23, 1836)

1. Instructions: July 11, 1834. (OIA, LS, vol. 13, p. 158-161) Feb. 2 and 5, 1836. (OIA, LS, vol. 18, p. 3-5, 17)
2. John McElvain to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 31 and Feb. 10, 1835, re plan of extending law of State of Ohio over Wyandot and effect of this upon further negotiations with the tribe. (OIA, LR, Wyandot, 1835)
3. Robert Lucas to Sec. of War, Mar. 24, 1835, enclosing report of Mar. 22, 1835 re his proceedings as comr. to treaty with Wyandot Indians--no treaty resulting. (OIA, LR, Wyandot, 1835)
4. Gov. Lucas to the President, Jan. 20, 1836, enclosing a letter of Jan. 13 addressed to him by Wm. Walker, Head Chief, advising that the Wyandot council was ready to reopen negotiations for the sale of their lands.*
5. Lucas to Sec. of War, Mar. 28, 1836, concerning negotiations with Wyandot on basis of instructions received.*
6. Sec. of War to President, Apr. 27, 1836. (OIA, LS, vol. 18, p. 338)
7. McElvain to Sec. of War, May 21, 1836, recommending approval of treaty by President. (OIA, LR, Wyandot, M-372, 1836)
8. Comr. of General Land Office to Sec. of War and Comr. of Indian Affairs, June, Nov., and Dec. 1836, re survey of lands ceded in treaty. (OIA, LR, Ohio and Wyandot, 1836)
9. Purdy McElvain (Subagent to Wyandot) to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 3, 1836, urging treaty be carried out. (OIA, LR, Ohio, M-28, 1836)

Ratified treaty no. 207, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of May 9, 1836, with the Swan Creek and Black River bands of Chippewa Indians in Michigan (May 9, 1836)

1. Instructions, Mar. 14, 1836. (OIA, LS, vol. 18, p. 179-180)
2. Treaty (copy) and signatures, in handwriting of H. R. Schoolcraft, Comr.*
3. Sec. of War to President, May 10, 1836. (OIA, LS, vol. 18, p. 394)
4. Sec. of Treasury to Act'g Sec. of War, Sept. 27, 1836, informing him that the Comr. of the General Land Office had been instructed to make surveys required by the treaty. (OIA, LR, Mich., T-32, 1836)
5. Schoolcraft to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 20, 1836, concerning the wish of the Indians to send an exploring party to select their new lands provided by art. 4 of treaty. (OIA, LR, Mich., S-131, 1836)

Ratified treaty no. 208. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 200 (August 5, 1836)

Note: This treaty deals with Pepinawaw, Notawkah, and Mackahtahmoah and their bands. See items under Treaty of Mar. 26, 1836

Ratified treaty no. 209, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of September 3, 1836, with the Menominee Indians (September 3, 1836)

1. Sen. Res. of Feb. 26, 1836, re extinguishing of the Indian title to lands in vicinity of Green Bay. (OIA, LR, Green Bay, 1836)
2. Geo. Boyd, U.S. Ind. Agt., to Sec. of War, Mar. 18, 1836, submitting proposals for a treaty. (OIA, LR, Green Bay, 1836)
3. Instructions, July 7, 1836. (OIA, LS, vol. 19, p. 138-144)
4. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Gov. Henry Dodge, July 18 - Dec. 12, 1836, re negotiations. (OIA, LR, Wis. Suptcy., 1836)
5. Dodge to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Aug. 12, 1826, describing his proceedings following receipt of instructions to treaty with Sauk and Fox, Menominee, and Winnebago Indians. (OIA, LR, Wis. Suptcy., D-10, 1836)
6. Dodge to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Oct. 29, 1836, transmitting treaty and journal of proceedings, Aug. 29 - Sept. 3, 1836. (File includes typed copy of journal)*
7. Dodge to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Oct. 29, 1836, reporting and enclosing accounts for holding treaties with Menominee, Sauk and Fox, and Winnebago. (OIA, LR, Wis. Suptcy., D-24, 1836)
8. List of claimants under an amendment to the second article of the treaty, with affidavits, etc. (OIA, LR, Wis. Suptcy., 1836)
Note: The report of Gov. Dodge of Oct. 29, 1836, item 6 above, also enclosed a record of talks held by him with St. Regis and other New York Indians in Aug. 1836 (OIA, LR, Green Bay, 1836); a treaty (unratified) was made with these Indians by J. F. Schermerhorn on Sept. 16, 1836. (OIA, LR, N. Y., S-140, 1836)

Ratified treaty no. 210, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of September 10, 1836, with Wahashaw's band of Sioux Indians (September 10, 1836)

1. Col. Zachary Taylor to Gov. Henry Dodge, Sept. 12, 1836, enclosing receipt for money paid at this treaty. (OIA, LR, St. Louis, 1836, in folder labeled "Platte Purchase")
2. Dodge to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Oct. 29, 1836, enclosing treaties with Sioux and with Sauk and Fox.*
See items 3 and 4 under Treaty of Sept. 3, 1836.

Ratified treaty no. 211, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of September 17, 1836, with the Iowa and Sauk and Fox of the Missouri (west of Missouri) Indians (September 17, 1836)

1. Wm. Clark, Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Sept. 10, 1835 (copy), re removal of Sauk and Fox to south of the Missouri River. (OIA, LR, St. Louis, 1836, folder marked "Platte Purchase")
2. Sec. of War to Clark, June 30, 1836, copy of instructions for holding treaty (enclosure of letter from Sec. of War to Gov. Henry Dodge, July 2, 1836). (OIA, LR, St. Louis, 1836, folder marked "Platte Purchase")
3. Clark to Sec. of War, July 19, 1836, replying to instructions of June 30, 1836, and enclosing sketch of country "proposed to be given to Iowas and Sacs." Sketch in file. (OIA, LR, St. Louis, C-37, 1836)
4. Hon. Wm. H. Ashley to Sec. of War, July 22, 1836, re extinguishment of title to land between the State of Mo. and the Missouri River. (OIA, LR, St. Louis, A-30, 1837)
5. Clark to Sec. of War, Sept. 27, 1836, forwarding treaty.*
6. Clark to Sec. of War, Jan. 24, 1837, forwarding estimate of funds needed to carry out Treaties of Sept. 17 and Oct. 15, 1836. (OIA, LR, St. Louis, C-189, 1837)
Note: For instructions to item 2 above, see also OIA, LS, vol. 19, p. 104-107; folder marked "Platte Purchase," item 2 above, also contains letters from Wm. Clark, Gov. Henry Dodge, Lawrence Taliaferro, and Col. Zachary Taylor re the purchase. See also Treaties of July 15, 1830, and Oct. 15, 1836, and item 3 under Treaty of Sept. 3, 1836.

Ratified treaty no. 212. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 200 (September 20, 1836)

See items under Treaty of Mar. 26, 1836.

Ratified treaty no. 213. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 200 (September 22, 1836)

See items under Treaty of Mar. 26, 1836.

Ratified treaty no. 214. For documents relating to the negotation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 200 (September 23, 1836)

See items under Treaty of Mar. 26, 1836.

Ratified treaty no. 215, treaty of September 27, 1836, with the Sauk and Fox Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (September 27, 1836)

Instructions, July 2, 1836, from Sec. of War to Gov. Henry Dodge, with copy of instructions of July 30, 1836, to Wm. Clark for extinguishing title to lands between the State of Mo. and the Missouri River. (OIA, LR, St. Louis, 1836, in folder marked "Platte Purchase") See item 3 under Treaty of Sept. 3, 1836, and items under Treaties of Sept. 17 and 28, 1836.

Ratified treaty no. 216, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of September 28, 1836, with the Sauk and Fox Indians (September 28, 1836)

Gov. Henry Dodge to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Oct. 29, 1836, enclosing council proceedings, Sept. 23-26, 1836.* See item 3 under Treaty of Sept. 3, 1836, and items under Treaties of Sept. 17 and 27, 1836. Note: This treaty was approved by the Senate with an amendment on Feb. 25 and was ratified by the President on Feb. 27, 1837. As the Indians refused to give their assent to the amendment, the treaty was resubmitted to the Senate, which consented to ratification without the amendment on Oct. 13, 1837. The treaty was ratified by the President Dec. 13, 1837. Both versions of the treaty are printed in Kappler, p. 352-354.

Ratified treaty no. 217, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 15, 1836, with the Oto, Missouri, and Omaha Indians, and Yankton and Santee Sioux Indians (October 15, 1836)

1. Instructions, June 30, 1836. (OIA, LS, vol. 19, p. 104-107)
2. Wm. Clark to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 12, 1836, forwarding report of the treaty comrs. of Oct. 15, 1836, and a letter to Wm. Clark of Oct. 15, 1836, from four chiefs of the tribes concerned re lands set apart for the half-breeds of the tribes under Treaty of July 15, 1830.*
See items under Treaty of Sept. 17, 1836.

Ratified treaty no. 218, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of November 30, 1836, with the Wahpekute, Sisseton, and Mdewakanton Sioux Indians (November 30, 1836)

1. Wm. Clark to Sec. of War, June 9, 1836, enclosing letter of May 15, 1836, from Lawrence Taliaferro, concerning the extinguishing of the Sioux title to lands within the Wis. Ter. (OIA, LR, St. Peters, 1836)
2. Gov. Henry Dodge to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 20, 1836, enclosing letter of Sept. 2, 1836, and two letters of Nov. 30, 1836, all from Lawrence Taliaferro, Agt., concerning an agreement with the Sioux. Accompanied by an estimate of treaty expenses.*
3. Dodge to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 18, 1837, enclosing letter of Taliaferro, Treaty Comr., Dec. 16, 1836, forwarding treaty.*

Ratified treaty no. 219, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of January 14, 1837, with the Saginaw band of Chippewa Indians (January 14, 1387)

1. Instructions, Sept. 30, 1836, with copy of instructions of May 17, 1836. (Mich. Suptcy., LR, 1836)
2. H. R. Schoolcraft, Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 2, 1837, re the assembling of the Indians for the negotiations.*
3. Treaty, copy. (Mich. Suptcy., LR, 1837, No. 2, p. 256-257)
4. Schoolcraft to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 16, 1837, forwarding treaty.*
5. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Schoolcraft, Feb. 6, 1837, acknowledging receipt of treaty. (Mich. Suptcy., LR, 1837)

Ratified treaty no. 220, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty fo January 17, 1837, with the Choctaw and Chickasaw Indians (Janury 17, 1837)

1. Wm. Armstrong, Act'g Supt. of Western Ter., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 18, 1837, enclosing certified copy of agreement; Jan. 27, 1837, enclosing copy of agreement and copies of correspondence between tribes, including addresses in council, Jan. 11-16, 1837; Feb. 3, 1837, enclosing accounts for expenses for negotiations and giving information on the assembling of the Choctaws to meet the Chickasaw delegates. (OIA, LR, Choctaw, A-103, A-114, A-127, 1837)
2. Memorial from Chickasaw chiefs, Feb. 7, 1837, requesting aid from the Government in removing to lands obtained by the agreement with the Choctaws. (OIA, LR, Chickasaw, C-222, 1837)
3. Henry R. Carter, conductor of Chickasaw delegation, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Feb. 21, 1837, enclosing original agreement.*
4. Sen. Res., Feb. 25, 1837.*
5. Articles of agreement (certified copy) between the Chocktaw and Chickasaw tribes, with the approval of the President, Mar. 24, 1837.* (Agreement is also recorded in this form in Misc. Records, vol. 2, p. 220-224)
Note: Enclosures of letter of Feb. 21, 1837, from H. R. Carter, item 3 above, consisting of power of attorney and private instructions to Chickasaw delegates from chiefs of tribe, both dated Nov. 12, 1836, and letter of Feb. 5, 1837, from Benj. Reynolds, Chickasaw Agt., introducing Carter to the Department. Copy of agreement also in file. (OIA, LR, Chickasaw, C-199, 1836)

Ratified treaty no. 221, treaty of February 11, 1837, with the Potawatomi Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (February 11, 1837)

1. Treaty (text) and abstract of its provisions copied in OIA, Misc. Records, vol. 2, p. 167-169.
2. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, Feb. 11, 1837. (OIA, LS, vol. 21, p. 60)

Ratified treaty no. 222, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of May 26, 1837, with the Kiowa, Kataka and Tawakaro Indians (May 26, 1837)

1. Instructions, Apr. 7, 1837. (OIA, LS, vol. 21, p. 250-253)
2. Treaty (authenticated copy).*
3. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, Dec. 13, 1837, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, vol. 23, p. 61-64)
Note: Letter of Montfort Stokes, Comr., Nov. 5, 1841, which forwarded this copy of the treaty (item 2 above), was referred to the Second Auditor on Apr. 11, 1842. (See Registers of Letters Received, No. 21, S-3068, 1842)

Ratified treaty no. 223, documents relating to the negotation of the treaty of July 29, 1837, with the Chippewa Indians (July 29, 1837)

1. Instructions: Mar. 25, 1837. May 13, 1837. (OIA, LS, vol. 21, p. 412-414)
2. Wm. R. Smith, Treaty Comr., May 13, 1837, reporting actions since receiving instructions. (OIA, LR, Wis. Suptcy., S-252, S-324, 1837)
3. V. P. Van Antwerp, Sec. of Treaty Commsission, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Apr. 14, 1837, accepting appointment as secretary; Sept. 1, 1837, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LR, Wis. Suptcy., A-21, V-46, 1837)
4. Gov. Henry Dodge, Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Apr. 21, 1827, accepting appointment as comr.; June 2, 1837, acknowledging receipt of instructions; Sept. 20, 1837, forwarding accounts of expenses as comr. (OIA, LR, Wis. Suptcy., W-218, W-242, W-337, 1837)
5. Dodge to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Aug. 7, 1837, reporting on treaty.*
6. Van Antwerp to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Sept. 30, 1837, transmitting journal of proceedings, July 20-29, 1837.*
7. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, Dec. 13, 1837, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, vol. 23, p. 61-64)

Ratified treaty no. 224, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of September 29, 1837, with the Sioux of the Mississippi Indians (September 29, 1837)

1. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, Mar. 16, 1837, describing difficulties between Sauk and Fox and Sioux and recommending negotiations with these tribes--endorsed with the approval of the President. (OIA, LR, Wis. Suptcy., p. 94, 1837)
2. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Gov. Henry Dodge, Mar. 20, 1837, authorizing him on the authority of the President to invite delegations of Sioux and Sauk and Fox to visit Washington. (OIA, LS, vol. 21, p. 186-188)
3. Dodge to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Apr. 18, 1837, announcing that arrangements concerning delegations would be made. (OIA, LR, St. Peters, W-216, 1837)
4. Journal of proceedings, Sept. 21 - Oct. 21, 1837, with Sioux of the Mississippi, Sauk and Fox of the Mississippi, Sauk and Fox of the Missouri, Yankton Sioux, Winnebago of Wisconsin, and probably the Iowa.*
5. Chauncey Bush, Treaty Sec., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Oct. 2, 1837, transmitting treaty.*
6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, Dec. 13, 1837, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, vol. 23, p. 61-64)
7. Bush to Comr. of Indan Affairs, Feb. 20, 1838, presenting journal (item 4 above).* (Jacket has reference to map under draughtsman's No. 821)
Note: For information as to the movement of the various delegations to Washington and return, including some information bearing on the negotiations, see the reports of the conductors of the parties and others under the following classifications for the year 1837: Wis. Suptcy. St. Peters Sac and Fox Upper Missouri Prairie du Chien Great Nemaha St. Louis

Ratified treaty no. 225, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 21, 1837, with the Confederated Tribes of Sauk and Fox Indians (October 21, 1837)

1. File record of receipt of treaties with Sauk and Fox, Yankton Sioux, and Sauk and Fox of Missouri from Chauncey Bush, Treaty Sec.--no covering letter found. (Jacket marked "Rec'd Oct. 23, 1837.") (OIA, LR, Misc., B-225, 1837)
2. "Synopsis of Treaty" in two copies. (OIA, LR, Sac and Fox, 1837)
3. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, Dec. 13, 1837, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, vol. 23, p. 61-64)
Note: For proceedings and other documents, see items under Treaty of Sept. 29, 1837.

Ratified treaty no. 226, treaty of October 21, 1837, with the Yankton Sioux Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (October 21, 1837)

1. Joshua Pilcher to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Sept. 30, 1837, recommending extinguishment of claim of Yankton Sioux to land north of Missouri River. (OIA, LR, Upper Missouri, P-197, 1837)
2. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec., Dec. 13, 1837, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, vol. 23, p. 61-64)

Ratified treaty no. 227, treaty of October 21, 1837, with the Sauk and Fox of Missouri Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (October 21, 1837)

1. Synopsis of treaty. (OIA, LR, Sac and Fox, 1837)
2. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, Dec. 13 ,1837, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, vol. 23, p. 61-64)
Note: For proceedings and other documents, see items under Treaty of Sept. 29, 1837, with Sioux, and Treaty of Oct. 21, 1837, with Sauk and Fox.

Ratified treaty no. 228, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of November 1, 1837, with the Winnebago Indians (November 1, 1837)

1. Council held with the Winnebago at Fort Winnebago on Sept. 1, 1837, by Thomas A. B. Boyd, U.S. Ind. Agt., prior to the visit of the delegation to Washington. (OIA, LR, Wis. Suptcy., 1837)
2. Treaty (copy).*
3. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, Dec. 13, 1837, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, vol. 23, p. 61-64)
Note: For the proceedings and other documents, see items under Treaty of Sept. 29, 1837, with the Sioux.

Ratified treaty no. 229, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of November 23, 1837, with the Iowa Indians (November 23, 1837)

1. Wm. Clark to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 28, 1837, enclosing the treaty with two reports of Nov. 24, 1837, from Joshua Pilcher, Treaty Comr.*
2. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, Dec. 13, 1837, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, vol. 23, p. 61-64)
Note: For the proceedings and other documents, see items under Treaty of Dec. 29, 1837, with the Sioux.

Ratified treaty no. 230, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of January 15, 1838, with the New York Indians (January 15, 1838)

1. Instructions, Sept. 14 and Nov. 9, 1837. (OIA, LS, vol. 22, p. 323-324, 517-518)
2. R. H. Gillet, Treaty Comr., to Sec. of War and Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 6, 13, 18, 31, and Feb. 9, 1838, reporting on the progress of negotiations and the conclusion of the treaty. (OIA, LR, N. Y., G-231, G-234, G-237, G-255, G-261, 1838)
3. R. H. Gillet, members of New York Indian tribes, and other persons to Sec. of War and Comr. of Indian Affairs: various letters concerning treaty, amendments, and consent of the Indians, petitions, etc. (OIA, LR, N. Y., 1838)
4. Gillet to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Feb. 11, 1838, transmitting original copy of treaty.*
5. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Gillet, July 9, 1838, directing him to obtain the consent of the Indians to amendments to the treaty by the U. S. Senate. (OIA, LS, vol. 24, p. 473-476)
6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, Jan. 15, 1839, and Sec. of War to the President, Jan. 19, 1839, reporting and submitting the treaty with amendments. (OIA, Rept. Books, vol. 1, p. 71-72, 77-78)
7. Confidential report (printed) of U. S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, Feb. (no day given), 1839, concerning the treaty as amended.*

Ratified treaty no. 231, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of January 23, 1838, with the Chippewa of the Saginaw Indians (January 23, 1838)

1. H. R. Schoolcraft, Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 31, 1838, forwarding articles of a compact with the Chippewa of Saginaw fixing a minimum price for their lands.*
2. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, Feb. 14, 1838. (OIA, LS, vol. 23, p. 329-330)
3. Schoolcraft to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Apr. 11, 1838, enclosing an estimate of expenses incurred at the signing of the compact with the Chippewa of Saginaw. (OIA, LR, Saginaw, S-916, 1838) See also items under Treaty of Dec. 20, 1837.

Ratified treaty no. 232, treaty of February 3, 1838, with the First Christian and Orchard parties of Oneida Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (February 3, 1838)

George Boyd, U. S. Subagt. at Green Bay, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Oct. 7, 1837, stating that the delegation of Oneidas about to visit the State of N. Y. have requested to visit Washington. (OIA, LR, Green Bay, B-359, 1837)

Ratified treaty no. 233, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 19, 1838, with the Iowa Indians (October 19, 1838)

1. Instructions, Feb. 23 and Mar. 27, 1838. (OIA, LS, vol. 23, p. 367, 509-510)
2. John Dougherty, Treaty Comr., to Wm. Clark, May 30, 1838, concerning the claim of the Iowa to the Des Moines country and proposed treaty for ceding the same; with copy of reply to above of June 11, 1838, and covering letter of June 12, 1838, from Wm. Clark. (OIA, LR, Gr. Nemaha, C-722, 1838)
3. Dougherty to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Oct. 19, 1838, reporting on the conclusion of treaty with Iowa.*
4. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, Feb. 14, 1839, reporting on treaty. (OIA, Rept. Books, vol. 1, p. 130)
5. Sec. of War to President, Feb. 16, 1839. (OIA, Rept. Books, vol. 1, p. 135)

Ratified treaty no. 234, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of November 6, 1838, with the Miami Indians (November 6, 1838)

1. Instructions: Oct. 14, 1837 (OIA, LS, vol. 22, p. 419) Feb. 5, 1838. (OIA, LS, vol. 23, p. 290) Aug. 21, 1838. (OIA, LS, vol. 25, p. 98)
2. A. C. Pepper, Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 10, 1838, reporting that Miami were prepared to make a further cession of land. (OIA, LR, Ind., P-257, 1838)
3. Pepper to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Sept. 26, 1838, including the information that the Miami had agreed to sell about 170,000 acres of land. (OIA, LR, Ind. P-411, 1838)
4. Pepper to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 6, 1838, transmitting treaty and reporting on the negotiations.*
5. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, Dec. 10, 1838, transmitting treaty for submission to President.*
6. Sec. of War to President, Dec. 14, 1839. (OIA, Rept. Books, vol. 1, p. 70-71)

Ratified treaty no. 235, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of November 23, 1838, with the Creek Indians (November 23, 1838)

1. Instructions, Aug. 30, 1838. (Western Suptcy., LR, 1838)
2. Wm. Armstrong and Matthew Arbuckle, Treaty Comrs., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 3, and 17, 1838, announcing conclusion of treaty with Creeks and reviewing plans for negotiating with the Osage. (OIA, LR, Western Suptcy., A-502, A-510, 1838)
3. Arbuckle to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 10, 1839, concerning the treaty therewith transmitted with enclosure of letter of Nov. 22, 1838, from the Creek chiefs to the treaty comrs. regarding the tribal claims--the subject of the treaty.*
4. Arbuckle to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 22, 1839, transmitting "Journal" for treaties with Creeks and Osage. (The "Journal" in the file is only a résumé of the proceedings of the comrs. from Oct. 22, 1838, to Jan. 12, 1839.)
5. Sec. of War to President, Feb. 16, 1839. (OIA, Rept. Books, vol. 1, p. 135)

Ratified treaty no. 236, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of January 11, 1838, with the Osage Indians (January 11, 1838)

1. Committee on Indian Affairs, House of Repr., to Sec. of War, July 3, 1838, requesting information re propriety of making treaty with Osage. (OIA, LR, Osage, I-248, 1838)
2. Instructions, Aug. 21, 1838, with enclosures: draft of treaty and estimate. (Western Suptcy., LR, 1838)
3. Matthew Arbuckle, Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Sept. 29, 1838, accepting appointment as comr. and discussing draft of treaty. (OIA, LR, Osage, A-468, 1838)
5. Arbuckle to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 11, 1839, transmitting the treaty, with enclosures: Letter of Jan. 11, 1839, from Osage chiefs to President re clause in treaty concerning the school fund; and an estimate of amount required to fulfill the treaty.*
6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, Feb. 15, 1839, reporting and submitting treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 1, p. 133-134)
7. Sec. of War to President, Feb. 16, 1839. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 1, p. 135)
See also items under treaty with Creeks of Nov. 23, 1838.

Ratified treaty no. 237, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of February 7, 1839, with the Chippewa of Saginaw Indians (February 7, 1839)

1. Hon. Lucius Lyon to Sec. of War, Jan. 10, 1839, enclosing draft of treaty and recommending that the treaty be held--letter endorsed by Sec. of War.*
2. Instructions, Jan. 12 and 18, 1839. (Mich. Suptcy., LR, 1839)
3. Treaty--copy. (OIA, Misc. Records, vol. 3, p. 331)
4. John Hulbert, Treaty Comr., to Henry R. Schoolcraft, Treaty Comr., Feb. 11, 1839, reporting conclusion of treaty. (Mich. Suptcy., LR, 1839)
5. Hulbert to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Feb. 11, 1839, enclosing treaty and reporting on its negotiation.*
6. Schoolcraft to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Feb. 20, 1839, enclosing article supplementary to treaty.*
7. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, Feb. 21, 1839, reporting and submitting treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 1, p. 141-142)
8. Sec. of War to President, Feb. 21 and 23, 1839. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 1, p. 142, p. 146)

Ratified treaty no. 238, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of September 3, 1839, with the Stockbridge and Munsee Indians (September 3, 1839)

1. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, Feb. 26, 1839, reporting on proposals of representatives of the Stockbridge tribe for a part of their lands. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 1, p. 149-151)
2. Albert Gallup, Treaty Comr. to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Apr. 16, and Sept. 27, 1839, accepting appointment as comr. and explaining his accounts for services in that role. (OIA, LR, Green Bay, G-459, G-488, 1839)
3. Instructions, July 3, 1839. (OIA, LS, vol. 27, p. 9-12)
4. Treaty (ms. copy).*
5. Gallup to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Sept. 26, 1839, sending the treaty and reporting.*
6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, Oct. 16, 1839, reporting. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 1, p. 298-300)

Ratified treaty no. 239, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of November 28, 1840, with the Miami Indians (November 28, 1840)

1. Allen Hamilton and Saml. Milroy, Treaty Comrs., Nathaniel West, and O. H. Smith to Sec. of War and Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 10 - Aug. 20, 1840 (five letters), concerning the inclination of the Miami to negotiate for the cession of their remaining lands to Ind. (OIA, LR, Ind., W-142, W-1147, S-1833 with enclosures, M-980, 1840)
2. Instructions: Sept. 18, 1840. (These instructions were oral and informal, as indicated in report of Nov. 28, 1840, item 4 above) Apr. 16, 1841, re amendments. (OIA, LS, vol. 30, p. 221-223)
3. Milroy to Sec. of War and Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 19 and 28, Dec. 5, 1840, concerning the treaty cession. (OIA, LR, Ind., M-980, M-1015, M-1020, 1840)
4. Milroy and Hamilton to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 28, 1840, enclosing treaty and a report of its negotiation of same date.*
5. Sen. Res., Feb. 25, 1841, ratifying treaty.*
6. A. S. White, Allen Hamilton, and Saml. Milroy to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Apr. 4 - June 28, 1841 (five letters), concerning the amendments to the treaty and the assembling of the Indians to consider these. (OIA, LR, Ind., W-1445 with enclosures, M-1114, M-1095, H-881, 1841)
7. Milroy and Hamilton to Comr. of Indian Affairs, May 18, 1841, reporting their activities in securing the assent of the Indians to the amended treaty, which is returned.*
8. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, June 1, 1841, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 2, p. 418-419)

Ratified treaty no. 240, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of March 17, 1842, with the Wyandot Indians (March 17, 1842)

1. Instructions: Mar. 26, 1841. (OIA, LS, vol. 30, p. 188-190) Aug. 24, 1842, re amendments. (OIA, LS, vol. 32, p. 392)
2. John Johnston, Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Mar. 13, June 19, Aug. 6, and Oct. 27, 1841, re the earlier part of negotiations. (OIA, LR, Ohio, I-747, I-788, I-828, I-874, 1841)
3. Johnston to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 13, 1842, enclosing an address of the Wyandot chiefs of Jan. 4, 1842. (OIA, LR, Ohio, I-922, 1842)
4. Johnston to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Feb. 9, 1842, enclosing letter of chiefs of Jan. 5, 1842. (OIA, LR, Ohio, I-937, 1842)
5. Johnston to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Mar. 14, 1842, reporting at length on the impossibility of making the treaty on the terms proposed. (OIA, LR, Ohio, I-952, 1842)
6. Johnston to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Mar. 18, 1842, forwarding the treaty.*
7. Johnston to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Apr. 15, 1842, enclosing the assent of the Wyandots of the River Huron to the treaty. (OIA, LR, Ohio, I-975, 1842)
8. Johnston to Comr. of Indian Affairs, May 14, 1842, reporting termination of his duties as comr. and briefly reviewing his activities. (OIA, LR, Ohio, I-992, 1842)
9. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, May 19, 1842, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 3, p. 173-178)
10. Johnston to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Sept. 1, 1842, concerning his plans for securing the assent of the Indians to the Senate amendments to the treaty. (OIA, LR, Ohio, I-1047, 1842)
11. Johnston to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Sept. 18, 1842, transmitting the consent of the chiefs to the Senate amendments.*
12. Sec. of U. S. Senate to Sec. of War, Sept. 26, 1842, returning the "assent" of the River Huron Wyandots of Mich. to the first article of the treaty. (OIA, LR, Ohio, S-3216, 1842)

Ratified treaty no. 241, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of May 20, 1842, with the Seneca Indians (May 20, 1842)

1. Instructions, Feb. 17, 1842. (OIA, LS, vol. 31, p. 468-470)
2. Ambrose Spencer, Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Feb. 23, 1842, discussing his instructions and his plans for making the treaty. (OIA, LR, N. Y., S-3106, 1842)
3. Spencer to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Mar. 14 and 16, 1842, urging the postponement of the treaty. (OIA, LR, N. Y., S-3124, S-3125, 1842)
4. Spencer to Sec. of War, May 23, 1842, enclosing the treaty and reporting on its negotation.*
5. Extract (original copy) of the treaty, namely indenture between Ogden and Fellows and the Seneca chiefs, which is a part of the original treaty.* (Enclosure of item 4 above)
6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, June 7, 1842, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 3, p. 193-195)

Ratified treaty no. 242, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 4, 1842, with the Chippewa of Mississippi and Lake Superior Indians (October 4, 1842)

1. Robt. Stuart, Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, July 27, 1842, suggesting that the treaty be held for the purchase of the mineral district in Mich. and Wis. in accordance with legislation of Mar. 1841. Endorsed by Sec. of War. (OIA, LR, Mich., S-3913, 1842)
2. Instructions, Aug. 1, 1842. (Mich. Suptcy., LR, vol. 2, p. 165-178, 1842)
3. Stuart to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Aug. 17, 1842 (two letters), accepting appointment as Treaty Comr. and commenting on instructions issued to him. (OIA, LR, Mich., S-3200, S-3202, 1842)
4. Annual report of Robt. Stuart as Act'g Supt. for Mich., Oct. 28, 1842, p. 4-6, concerning the treaty. (OIA, LR, Mich., S-3229, 1842)
5. Stuart to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 19, 1842, forwarding treaty.*
6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, Dec. 5, 1842, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 3, p. 334)
7. Sec. of War to President, Dec. 6, 1842. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 3, p. 335. This report enclosed two diagrams of the land ceded.)
Note: Eighteen bands of Chippewa were signatory to this treaty. Thirty-one bands of Chippewa (with largest number in 21 of bands) appear in statement with file OIA, LR, Wis. Suptcy., W-44, 1847.

Ratified treaty no. 243, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 11, 1842, with the Sauk and Fox Indians (October 11, 1842)

1. John Chambers, Gov. of Iowa Ter., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 22, 1842, enclosing a copy of a memorial of the territorial legislature petitioning the U. S. Congress to effect the purchase of Indian lands. (OIA, LR, Sac and Fox, I-932, 1842)
2. Chambers to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Mar. 12, 1842, discussing the proposal of the Sauk and Fox to sell one-half of their lands, with enclosures: Letter of Feb. 26, 1842, from John Beach, U. S. Ind. Agt., enclosing petition of Sauk and Fox chiefs to President re sale of one-half of lands. (OIA, LR, Sac and Fox, I-963, 1842)
3. Chambers to Comr. of Indian Affairs, July 7 and 30, 1842, with one enclosure (letter of John Beach of July 25, 1842), concerning the project of making the treaty with the Sauk and Fox. (OIA, LR, Sac and Fox, I-1025, I-1040, 1842)
4. Instructions, Aug. 31, 1842. (OIA, LS, vol. 32, p. 415-418)
5. Chambers to Sec. of War, Oct. 13, 1842, reporting on the treaty and enclosing a record of proceedings of council, Oct. 4-11, 1842.*
6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, Dec. 5, 1842, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 3, p. 333-334)
Note: An account of the council proceedings appears in Frederick A. Ogg, The Old Northwest (1919).

Ratified treaty no. 244, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of January 4, 1845, with the Creek and Seminole Indians (January 4, 1845)

1. Instructions: Apr. 10, 1844. (OIA, LS, vol. 35, p. 126-131) June 17, 1844. (OIA, LS, vol. 35, p. 286-288)
2. Wm. Armstrong, P. M. Butler, and James Logan, Treaty Comrs., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 4, 1845, reporting the negotiations and enclosing the treaty.*
3. Treaty (three drafts of the original, one incomplete), together with a draft of the report of Jan. 4, 1845, from the treaty comrs.; and notes on the treaty--papers in handwriting of John B. Luce, Sec. to the Treaty Commission. (OIA, LR, Creek and Seminole, 1845)
4. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, Feb. 11 and July 9, 1845, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 4, p. 193-195, 493)
5. Sec. of War to President, Feb. 13, 1845, enclosing original treaty; to Sec. of State, July 9, 1845, enclosing amended treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 4, p. 418, 493)
6. Sen. Res. of Mar. 6, 1845, consenting to ratification of treaty with amendments.*
7. Treaty (copy of original), including the consent of the chiefs to the amendments as attested on May 28, 1845.*
8. Armstrong to Comr. of Indian Affairs, June 11, 1845, transmitting the amended treaty with the assent of the tribes annexed thereto.*

Ratified treaty no. 245, treaty of January 14, 1846, with the Kansa Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (January 14, 1846)

1. Thos. H. Harvey, Supt. of Indian Affairs at St. Louis, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 23, 1844, reporting the frequent requests of the Kansas half-breeds to sell their lands to the Government. (OIA, LR, Ft. Leavenworth, H-1775, 1845)
2. Instructions, Dec. 5, 1845. (OIA, LS, vol. 37, p. 275-277)
3. Harvey to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 19, 1845, reporting his actions following receipt of instructions to treat with the Kansas Indians. (OIA, LR, Ft. Leavenworth, H-2139, 1845)
4. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, Feb. 9, 1846, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 4, p. 577-578)
Note: Treaty report of Jan. 17, 1846, from Thos. H. Harvey and Richard W. Cummins, Treaty Comrs. (received in OIA and registerd as Ft. Leavenworth, H-2159, 1846), together with the minutes of council proceedings, were sent to the Sec. of War with report of Comr. of Indian Affairs of Feb. 9, 1846, item 4 above (not found in files). See also items under Treaty of June 5 and 17, 1846, with Potawatomi Nation.

Ratified treaty no. 246, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of May 15, 1846, with the Comanche, Aionai, Anadarko, Caddo, Lipan, Longwha, Keechy, Tahwacarro, Wichita, and Waco Indians (May 15, 1846)

1. Instructions, Sept. 12, 1845. (OIA, LS, vol. 37, p. 146-148)
2. M. G. Lewis and P. M. Butler, Treaty Comrs., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 24, 1845, Jan. 12, Mar. 4 and 10, Apr. 1 and May 24, 1846. (OIA, LR, Misc., L-2503, L-2509, B-2663, B-2664, B-2673, B-2693, 1846)
3. Lewis to Comr. of Indian Affairs, July 13, 1846, submitting treaty.*
4. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, July 14, 1846, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 5, p. 100-102)
5. Sec. of War to President, July 14, 1846. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 5, p. 151-152)
6. Butler and Lewis to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Aug. 8, 1846, giving a full account of the treaty proceedings.*

Ratified treaty no. 247, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of June 5 and 17, 1846, with the Chippewa, Ottawa, and Potawatomi Indians (June 5, 1846)

1. Instructions: Aug. 6 and 27, 1844. (OIA, LS, vol. 35, p. 394-398, 447) Oct. 3 and Nov. 3, 1845. (OIA, LS, vol. 37, p. 168, 216) May 2, 1846. (OIA, LS, vol. 38, p. 223-225)
2. Thos. H. Harvey, Supt. of Indian Affairs at St. Louis, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, May 6, 1845, suggesting a basis for the renewal of negotiations with Potawatomi for the sale of their lands. (OIA, LR, Council Bluffs, H-1927, 1845)
3. Harvey to Comr. of Indian Affairs, July 1, 1845, reporting and submitting minutes of councils and a "proposition" made by the Indians. (OIA, LR, Council Bluffs, H-1971, 1845)
4. Harvey to Comr. of Indian Affairs, July 17, 1845, enclosing report of a council of June 28, 1845. (OIA, LR, Council Bluffs, H-1985, 1845)
5. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, Aug. 26, 1845, re renewal of negotiations with the Indians. Endorsed by Sec. (OIA, LR, Council Bluffs, W-2714, 1845)
6. Harvey to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Sept. 18, 1845, re the location of the Chippewa, etc., in the event of the sale of their lands. Endorsed by Comr. of Indian Affairs and Sec. of War. (OIA, LR, Council Bluffs, H-2049, 1845)
7. John Haverty and Thos. H. Harvey to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Oct. 2 and 13, 1845, enclosing a letter of Richard S. Elliot, Subagt., of Sept. 18, 1845--all three documents concerning visit of Potawatomi delegation to Washington. (OIA, LR, Council Bluffs, H-2058, H-2082, 1845)
8. A combined journal of proceedings of comrs., Nov. 3 - Dec. 2, 1845, May 7 - June 17, 1846 (enclosure of item 11 below).*
9. Geo. Gibson and T. P. Andrews, Treaty Comrs., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 3, 1845, reporting the conclusion of councils with the Indians. (OIA, LR, Council Bluffs, G-1052½, 1845)
10. G. W. Ewing and Richard S. Elliot to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 5, 1845, concerning the purchase of lands from the Kansas Indians and the proposed treaty with the Potawatomi Indians. (OIA, LR, Council Bluffs, E-561½, 1845)
11. T. P. Andrews, Thos. H. Harvey, and G. C. Matlock, Treaty Comrs., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, June 18, 1846, submitting report of negotiation (two copies) and treaty (original copy).*
12. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, July 8, 1846, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 5, p. 95-96)
See also items under Treaty of Jan. 14, 1846, with Kansa Indians.

Ratified treaty no. 248, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of August 6, 1846, with the Cherokee Indians (August 6, 1846)

1. Statements by the delegates of the Treaty Party and the Old Settler Party of Cherokee, June 24, 1846, agreeing to submit all matters in dispute among different factions to a commission to be appointed by the President. (OIA, LR, Cherokee, B-2737, 1846)
2. Instructions, July 6, 1846. (OIA, LS, vol. 38, p. 227-228)
3. Edmund Burke, Wm. Armstrong, and Albion K. Parris to President, July 8, 1846, requesting additional authority to act in matters affecting the Cherokee. Endorsed by the President. (OIA, LR, Cherokee, B-2737, 1846)
4. Government Party delegates to Sec. of War, July 8, 1846, stating the principal questions in dispute within the tribe. (OIA, LR, Cherokee, D-1095, 1846)
5. Sec. of War to Burke, Armstrong, and Parris, Aug. 6, 1846, notifying them of their appointment as comrs. to treat with the Cherokee.*
6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, Aug. 7, 1846, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 5, p. 135)
7. Burke to President, Aug. 7, 1846, submitting treaty concluded with the several delegations of Cherokee.*
8. Jacket of report of Aug. 1846, from Burke, Armstrong, and Parris, giving the details of their work as members of the Cherokee Commission. This report probably included information concerning the final proceedings before the signing of the treaty--notation on back: "Report sent to Congress." (OIA, LR, Cherokee, B-2737, 1846)

Ratified treaty no. 249, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 13, 1846, with the Winnebago Indians (October 13, 1846)

1. Instructions: May 1, 1845--no treaty made. (OIA, LS, vol. 36, p. 343-347) Sept. 28, 1846. (See item 6 below.)
2. C. W. Cathcart, M. C., to Sec. of War, Jan. 22, 1846, re a memorial from Iowa legis. petitioning the Congress to remove the Winnebago from the "Neutral Ground." (OIA, LR, Winnebago [Emig.], C-2422, 1846)
3. Gov. James Clarke of Iowa Ter. to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Feb. 2, Aug. 10, Sept. 7, 8, 14, and 21, 1846, re the sending of delegates, etc. (OIA, LR, Turkey River, I-1830, I-1903, I-1912, I-1919, I-1920, 1846)
4. Clarke to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Mar. 30, 1846 (typed copy), enclosing a letter of Mar. 10, 1846 (also typed), from Amos J. Bruce, Ind. Agt. at St. Peters, discussing the purchase of a tract of land from the Sisseton Sioux for the Winnebago. (OIA, LR, Iowa, I-1845, 1846)
5. Hon. A. C. Dodge to Sec. of War, May 22 and July 12, 1846, concerning the sending of a delegaiton of Winnegabo to Washington. (OIA, LR, Turkey River, D-1064, D-1078, 1846)
6. Sec. of War to Albion K. Parris, John J. Abert, and T. P. Andrews, Treaty Comrs., Sept. 28, 1846, informing them of their appointment.*
7. Credentials of Winnebago delegates, Oct. 5, 1846; reply of delegates to proposals of comrs., Oct. 5, 1846; counter proposition of delegates (made in council), Oct. 5, 1846; two statements of Oct. 7, 1846, addressed to the treaty commission by the Winnebago delegates. Enclosures of letter of Oct. 13, 1846, item 8 below. (OIA, LR, Turkey River, P-1781, 1846)
8. Parris, Abert, and Andrews to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Oct. 13, 1846, enclosing original manuscript copy and a printed copy of treaty.*
9. John C. Mullay, Sec. of the Treaty Commission, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Oct. 14, 1846, enclosing journal of proceedings, Sept. 29 - Oct. 13, 1846.*
10. Henry M. Rice to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 25, 1846, re the purchase for the Winnebago. Marked "Confidential," no file number. (OIA, LR, Winnebago, 1846)
11. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, Jan. 2, 1847, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 5, p. 177)
See also Treaties of Aug. 2 and 21, 1847, with the Chippewa, which provided for a purchase of land to replace that relinquished in this treaty.

Ratified treaty no. 250, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of August 2, 1847, with the Chippewa of the Mississippi and Lake Superior Indians (August 2, 1847)

1. Gov. Henry Dodge of Wis. to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Mar. 26, 1847, discussing in detail the purchase of Chippewa lands and the holding of a treaty for this purpose, and enclosing: a. Letters of Nov. 28, 1846, and Feb. 13, 1847, from Subagt. James P. Hays of the Chippewa tribe, giving information on the extent and location of the Chippewa lands, bands, etc.; b. copies of letters of Nov. 28 and 30, 1846, addressed to Subagt. Hays by Gov. Dodge, requesting the above information; c. list of various bands of Chippewa, showing the number of Indians in each band and the treaty affiliation; and d. undated office memorandum concerning the remaining lands east of the Mississippi and north of the Wisconsin River to which the Indian title had not been extinguished. (OIA, LR, Wis. Suptcy., W-44, 1847)
2. Instructions, June 4, 1847.* (OIA, LS, vol. 39, p. 394-400)
3. Isaac A. Verplanck, Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, July 5 and 10, 1847, giving an account of his actions as comr. (OIA, LR, La Pointe, V-25, V-26, 1847)
4. Wm. A. Richmond, Act'g Supt. at Detroit, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, July 31 and Oct. 14, 1847, re the preparations for the treaty and the difficulties that followed its negotiation, with enclosures. (OIA, LR, La Pointe, R-51, R-79, 1847)
5. Verplanck to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Aug. 2 and 3, 1847, reporting on the negotiations.*
6. Wm. W. Warren, Interpreter, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Aug. 10, 1847, submitting additional copy of treaty.*
7. Henry M. Rice to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Aug. 14, Sept. 10, and Nov. 6, 1847, discussing details of the treaty. (OIA, LR, La Pointe, R-57, R-59, R-101, 1847)
8. Verplanck to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Sept. 10, 1847, reporting on treaty and enclosing copy of treaty and the treaty with the Pillager Band of Chippewa of Aug. 21, 1847.*
9. Verplanck to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 1 and 22, 1847, including information on the making of the treaty. (OIA, LR, La Pointe, V-36, V-37, 1847)
10. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, Dec. 10, 1847, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 5, p. 305-306)

Ratified treaty no. 251. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 250 (August 21, 1847)

See items under Treaty of Aug. 2, 1847, including letter of transmittal, instructions, report to Sec. of War, etc.

Ratified treaty no. 252, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of August 6, 1848, with the Grand Pawnee, Loups Pawnee, Republican Pawnee, and Tappage Pawnee Indians (August 6, 1848)

1. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, June 16, 1847, re conditions on Upper Missouri and Platte Rivers and suggesting action with respect to Pawnee and Sioux. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 9, p. 261-262)
2. John Miller, Ind. Agt. at Council Bluffs, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, June 17, 1848, reporting negotiations with the Pawnee by Lt. Col. Ludwell E. Powell in May 1848. Addressed to Thos. H. Harvey, Supt. at St. Louis. (Enclosure of OIA, LR, Council Bluffs, H-758, 1848)
3. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Thos. H. Harvey at St. Louis, July 15, 1848. (OIA, LS, vol. 41, p. 102)
4. Treaty (copy), including plat embodied in text. (OIA, Misc. Records, vol. 7, p. 77-79)
5. Lt. Col. Powell, Commanding Battalion, Missouri Mounted Volunteers, Aug. 10, 1848, submitting treaty concluded by him with the four confederated bands of Pawnee Indians.*
6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, Dec. 11, 1848, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 6, p. 35) Note: No instructions of formal style found. See letter of June 16, 1847, from The Adjutant General to the Commanding Officer of the Battalion of Missouri Mounted Volunteers (in RG 94, Records of The Adjutant General's Office).

Ratified treaty no. 253, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 18, 1848, with the Menominee Indians (October 18, 1848)

1. Gov. Henry Dodge to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 9, 1847, re difficulties in making treaty with Menominees for cession of their lands. (OIA, LR, Wis., W-133, 1847)
2. Sen. Res. (copy) of Apr. 12, 1848, advising President to negotiate for the purchase of Indian lands in Wis. Ter.*
3. Albert G. Ellis to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Aug. 10, 1848, concerning the prospects of negotiation with the Menominee. Attached is drat of reply of comr., Sept. 6, 1848. (OIA, LR, Green Bay [no file mark], 1848)
4. Instructions, Sept. 14, 1848. (OIA, LS, vol. 41, p. 238-239)
5. Jacket of file Green Bay, C-230, 1848, showing return of original treaty by Comr. W. M. Medill on Nov. 1, 1848.*
6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, Dec. 12, 1848, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 6, p. 36-37)

Ratified treaty no. 254, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of November 24, 1848, with the Stockbridge Indians (November 24, 1848)

1. Instructions: Sept . 14, 1848. (OIA, LS, vol. 41, p. 238-239) Oct. 19, 1848. (OIA, LS, vol. 41, p. 451)
2. Treaty (draft).*
3. Albert G. Ellis, Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 2, 1848, re negotiations.*
4. Ellis to Comr. of Indian Affairs, undated (received Jan. 9, 1849), discussing the treaty concluded with the Stockbridge. (OIA, LR, Green Bay [no file mark], 1848)
5. Albert G. Ellis and Morgan L. Martin, Treaty Comrs., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, undated (received Jan. 26, 1849): A copy of a report forwarding treaty and reporting the councils with the Indians.*
6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of War, Jan. 29, 1849, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 6, p. 92-93)
7. Wm. H. Bruce, Ind. Subagt., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, June 8, 1849, with two enclosures: Letter of June 2, 1849, from Stockbridge Indians, signifying willingness to accept amendments to treaty; and formal acceptance of amendments signed by Sachem and Councilors in council, June 6, 1849.*

Ratified treaty no. 255, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of September 9, 1849, with the Navaho Indians (September 9, 1849)

1. James S. Calhoun, Ind. Agt. and Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Sept. 25, 1849, transmitting original copy of treaty.*
2. Calhoun to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Oct. 1, 1849, giving an account of the expedition on which the treaty was concluded by Calhoun and Lt. Col. John M. Washington, and including several references to the treaty. (OIA, LR, Santa Fe, C-357, 1849)
3. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Feb. 16, 1850, suggesting that original Navajo Treaty (forwarded to Sec. of War by Lt. Col. Washington) be secured and transmitted to the President. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 6, p. 279)
4. Sec. of Interior to Sec. of War, Mar. 14, 1850, requesting that the suggestion of the Comr. of Indian Affairs (item 3 above) be complied with. (Office of Sec. of Interior, Indian Division: Record of Letters Sent, vol. 1, p. 45. Hereinafter cited as ID, LS)
5. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Mar. 14, 1850, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 6, p. 291)
6. Sec. of Interior to President, Mar. 14, 1850. (ID, LS, vol. 1, p. 46. Vol. 1 of this series covering the period 1849-54 has pages numbered folio style; vol. 2, regular) Note: This was the first ratified treaty to be reported by the Sec. of the Interior.

Ratified treaty no. 256, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of December 30, 1849, with the Utah Indians (December 30, 1849)

1. James S. Calhoun, Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 1, 1850, transmitting copy of treaty, with encolsures: a. Copy of letter of Dec. 3, 1849, from Calhoun to the Utah chiefs, authorizing Dr. C. W. Bowman to assemble the chiefs at Abiquin; and b. copy of letter of Dec. 20, 1849, from Calhoun to the Prefect of Abiquin, announcing his intention of meeting the Utah chief at that place.*
2. Treaty (additional copy), submitted at later date.*
3. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Mar. 14, 1850, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 6, p.291)
4. Sec. of Interior to President, Mar. 14, 1850. (ID, LS, vol. 1, p. 46)

Ratified treaty no. 257, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of April 1, 1850, with the Wyandot Indians (April 1, 1850)

1. Wyandot delegation to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 17, 1850, proposing negotiations to supplement treaty of Mar. 17, 1842. (OIA, LR, Wyandot, W-400, 1850)
2. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Wyandot delegation, Jan. 26, 1850, in answer to their proposal to make a treaty. (OIA, LR, Wyandot, I-357, 1850)
3. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Feb. 8, 1850, presenting request of Wyandot delegation for appointment of a comission to negotiate with them. (OIA, LR, Wyandot, I-357, 1850)
4. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Mar. 6, 1850, recommending the appointment by President of a comr. to treat with the Wyandot and enclosing correspondence (item 3 above). Endorsed by Sec. and approved by President. (OIA, LR, Wyandot, I-357, 1850)
5. Treaty (printed) with amendments, certified copy.*
6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Apr. 16, 1850, reporting on treaty. (ID, LR)
7. Ardavan S. Loughery, Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Apr. 16, 1850, reporting on treaty proceedings. (Enclosure of item 6 above.)
8. Proceedings (attested copy) of Wyandot Convention of May 7, 1850, agreeing with amendment to treaty. (Enclosure of OIA, LR, Wyandot, M-821, 1850)
9. Agreement of Wyandot Nation in council on Nov. 28, 1850, to treaty as amended by President and U. S. Senate; with letter of transmittal of Dec. 2, 1850, from Thomas Moseley, Jr., Ind. Agt. (OIA, LR, Wyandot, M-1078, 1850) Note: Formal instructions for the making of this treaty were not found.

Ratified treaty no. 258, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of July 23, 1851, with the Sisseton and Wahpeton Sioux Indians (July 23, 1851)

1. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, June 5, 1849: Report recommending purchase of Sioux lands. (ID, LR)
2. Journal of treaty commission, June 28 - Aug. 5, 1851, with letter of transmittal, Aug. 30, 1851.*
3. Treaty (duplicate original and one copy).*
4. Treaty in Dakota language (copy).*
5. Alexander Ramsey and Luke Lea, Treaty Comrs., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Aug. 6, 1851, reporting in proceedings.*
6. Ramsey to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Aug. 16, 1851, forwarding duplicate original of treaty (item 3 above).*
7. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Sept. 29, 1852, reporting on treaty. (ID, LR)
8. Sec. of Interior to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Oct. 4, 1852, returning amended treaties and enclosing copy of letter of Oct. 2, 1852, addressed to the Sioux chiefs by the Sec., concerning measures to be taken in carrying out the Treaties of July 23 and Aug. 5, 1851. (OIA, LR, St. Peters, I-119, 1852)
9. Sec. of Interior to President, Sept. 30, 1852. (ID, LS, vol. 1, p. 131) See also documents concerning unratified Treaty of Oct. 9, 1849.

Ratified treaty no. 259, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of August 5, 1851, with the Mdewakanton and Wahpahkoota Sioux Indians (August 5, 1851)

1. Treaty (one original duplicate and one copy).*
2. Assent of Sioux chiefs to amended treaty dated Sept. 4, 1852.* See also items listed under Treaty of July 23, 1851.

Documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of September 17, 1851, with the Sioux Indians (September 17, 1851)

1. Instructions to Thomas Fitzpatrick, Aug. 16, 1849. (OIA, LS, vol. 42, p. 294-296)
2. Treaty (four copies).*
3. D. D. Mitchell, Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 11, 1851, reporting the conclusion of the treaty and details of the negotiations.*
4. Mitchell to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 12, 1851, stating that he has forwarded treaty, report, and map by express.*
5. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, reporting conclusion of treaty. (OIA, Rept. Books, vol. 7, p. 58)
6. Sec. of Interior to President, Jan. 21, 1852, reporting conclusion of treaty. (ID, LS, vol. 1, p. 103)
7. President to Sec. of Interior, May 5, 1852, returning the treaty with Senate amendment. (ID, LR, Executive)
8. President to Sec. of Interior, May 29, 1852, concerning the appropriation for carrying out the treaty. (ID, LR, Executive)
9. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, May 29, 1852. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 7, p. 106-107)
10. Two formal agreements of Sioux and other tribes to Senate amendment to art. 7 of the treaty, filed May 1854. (Letter enclosing one of the two documents is item 2 under Treaty of July 23, 1853.)*
11. Supt. of Indian Affairs, St. Louis, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, July 2, 1855, trasmitting assent of Crow chiefs to Senate amendment.* Note: This treaty is not in the numbered series in the Indian Treaty File (RG 11). A sheepskin copy of it is in the Office of the Comr. of Indian Affairs. The original map that accompanied the treaty is in the Library of Congress. A photostatic copy of this map is in the collection of Indian Office maps in the Carographic Records Branch (RG 75). The Senate advised the ratificaton of this treaty with an amendment. Although the ratification was not completed and the treaty not perfected, the treaty was recognized as in force in subsequent agreements, and payment of annuities to the Indians provided in art. 7 of the treaty were made in goods until and including the year 1865, when final distribution was made. (See Kappler, p. 440) The annual report of Supt. D. D. Mitchell dated Oct. 13, 1849, includes information and various recommendations re advisability of making a general treaty with the Prairie Indians. (OIA, LR, St. Louis, M-548, p. 6-10, 1849)

Ratified treaty no. 260, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of June 22, 1852, with the Chickasaw Indians (June 22, 1852)

1. Winchester Colbert, Sampson Folsom, and J. Frazier, Chickasaw delegates, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Apr. 7 and 8, 1851, presenting a review of various measures used in carrying out certain provisions of the various Chickasaw treaties and requesting an adjustment of these methods by treaty or otherwise. (OIA, LR, Chickasaw, C-595, C-596, 1851)
2. Hon. J. Thompson to Comr. of Indian Affairs, June 1, 1851, writing at request of Chickasaw delegation and submitting suggestions for embodiment in proposed treaty. (OIA, LR, Chickasaw, T-382, 1851)
3. Acts of Chickasaw council of Feb. 7, 1852, authorizing delegation to conclude treaty. (OIA, LR, Chickasaw, F-35, H-57, 1852, enclosure)
4. Benj. S. Love, Sampson Folsom, and Edmond Pickens to Comr. of Indian Affairs, May 12, 1852, announcing their appointment by the Chickasaw Council as delegates to conclude a treaty and requesting that arrangements be made to open negotiations.*
5. Treaty (copy of, as originally drawn)*
6. Kenton Harper, Chickasaw Agt. and U. S. Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, June 23, 1852, submitting the treaty and explaining its provisions.*
7. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, reporting on treaty: June 29, 1852. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 7, p. 121) Feb. 3, 1853. (OIA, LS, Chickasaw, vol. "C," p. 188-189)
8. Folsom to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Aug. 17, 1852, and reply of Comr. of Indian Affairs thereto, Nov. 25, 1852, concerning the Senate amendment to the treaty. (OIA, LR, Chickasaw, F-46, 1852; OIA, LS, Chickasaw, vol. "C," p. 183)
9. Act of Chickasaw Council of Oct. 16, 1852 (copy), ratifying amended treaty. (OIA, LR, Chickasaw, S-309, 1852, enclosure)
10. A. J. Smith, Chickasaw Agt., Dec. 26, 1852, introducing James T. Gaines, the bearer of the act of the Chickasaw Council, item 9 above. (OIA, LR, Chickasaw, S-278, 1852)
11. Sec. of Interior to President, Feb. 23, 1853. (ID, LS, vol. 1, p. 150-151)

Ratified treaty no. 261, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of July 1, 1852, with the Apache Indians (July 1, 1852)

1. Col. E. V. Sumner, in charge of Executive Office, N. Mex. Ter., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, July 21, 1852, forwarding treaty.*
2. John Greiner, U. S. Ind. Agt. and Act'g Supt. of Indian Affairs, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, July 31, 1852, discussing the treaty with the Apache Indians.
3. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Feb. 26, 1853, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 7, p. 221-222)
4. Sec. of Interior to President, Feb. 28, 1853. (ID, LS, vol. 1, p. 151)

Ratified treaty no. 262, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of July 27, 1853, with the Comanche, Kiowa, and Apache Indians (July 27, 1853)

1. Instructions, May 5, 1853. (OIA, LS, vol. 47, p.181-182)
2. Treaty (printed copy), with proclamation of Feb. 12, 1855.*
3. Thomas Fitzpatrick, U. S. Ind. Agt. and Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 19, 1853, submitting the treaty and discussing its negotiation; together with letter of transmittal from Alfred Cumming, Supt. of Indian Affairs, of same date.*
4. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Dec. 21, 1853, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 7, p. 353)
5. Sen. Res. of Apr. 12, 1854, ratifying the treaty with amendment.*
6. J. W. Whitfield to Supt. Cumming, Nov. 1, 1854, enclosing assent of Indians to Senate amendment. (OIA, LR, Upper Platte, C-1056, 1854, enclosure)
7. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Jan. 22, 1855. (ID, LR)
8. Sec. of Interior to Dept. of State, Feb. 8, 1855. (ID, LS, vol. 2, p. 103)

Ratified treaty no. 263, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of September 10, 1853, with the Rogue River Indians (September 10, 1853)

1. Brev. Maj. Benjamin Alvord to Ass't Adjt. Gen., Pacific Div., Mar. 31, 1853 (copy), reporting on importance of extinguishing Indian title to lands in Oreg. and Wash. Ter. (OIA, LR, Oreg., W-240, 1853, enclosure)
2. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Joel Palmer, Supt. of Indian Affairs, June 7, 1853, discussing the prospects of treating with the Indians of his suptcy. (OIA, LS, vol. 47, p. 348)
3. Stipulations of peace agreed upon on Sept. 8, 1853, by Josph Lane, commanding the Oreg. forces, and certain subchiefs of the Rogue River tribes. (OIA, LR, Oreg., P-153, 1853, enclosure)
4. Treaty (copy).*
5. Joel Palmer, Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Oct. 8, 1853, forwarding two treaties and reporting on the negotiations with the Rogue River and the Umpqua Indians.*
6. Annual report of Palmer to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Oct. 8, 1853, embodying a description of journey on which Treaties of Sept. 10 and 19 were made. (OIA, LR, Oreg., P-151, 1853)
7. Treaties (copies), report of Oct. 8, 1853 (item 6 above), and stipulations of Oct. 8, 1853 (item 3 above). (OIA, LR, Oreg., L-323, 1854, enclosures)
8. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, reporting on treaty: Jan. 24, 1854. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 7, p. 370-371) Jan. 29, 1855. (ID, LR)
9. Palmer to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 12, 1854, transmitting copies of the "assent of the chiefs" of the Rogue River and the Umpqua tribes to Senate amendments to Treaties of Sept. 10 and 19, 1853.*
10. Sec. of Interior to Sec. of State, Feb. 1, 1855. (ID, LS, vol. 2, p. 97) Note: No formal instructions were issued for the making of the Treaties of Sept. 10 and 19, 1853. See report of Oct. 8, 1853, from Joel Palmer (sheet one, item 6 above), and report of Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior of Jan. 24, 1854 (item 8 above). The text of the Treaties of Sept. 10 and 19, 1853, appears in Jounal of Treaty Negotiations, Oreg. Ter., 1851-55, p. 57-69, 74, 76 (amendments) (Oreg. Suptcy., LR, 1855).

Ratified treaty no. 264, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of September 19, 1853, with the Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Indians (September 19, 1853)

Treaty (copy).* See items under Treaty of Sept. 10, 1853.

Ratified treaty no. 265, treaty of March 15, 1854, with the Oto and Missouri Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty, see special list no. 6 (March 15, 1854)

1. Instructions, Aug. 18, 1853, from Sec. of Interior. (OIA, LS, Central Suptcy., I-291, 1853, copy)
2. Geo. W. Manypenny to Sec. of Interior, Nov. 9, 1853, reporting on preliminary councils held by that officer acting as treaty comr. with various tribes west of States of Mo. and Iowa, Sept. 2 - Oct. 11, 1853. (ID, LR)
3. Map of Indian colonies west of Mo. and Ark., drawn by Capt. S. Eastman, U. S. Army, 1853, showing the lands affected by this and later treaties with the tribes of this region. (OIA, LR, Council Bluffs, I-491, 1854) Note: For "Provisional" Treaty, see OIA, LR, Council Bluffs, I-491, 1854.

Ratified treaty no. 266, treaty of March 16, 1854, with the Omaha Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty, see special list no. 6 (March 15, 1854)

1. "Provisional" Treaty of Jan. 27, 1854. (OIA, LR, Council Bluffs, I-491, 1854)
2. George Hepner, Ind. Agt., to Supt. Alfred Cumming, Feb. 8 and Apr. 1, 1854, concerning the land selected by the Omaha. (OIA, LR, Council Bluffs, C-1229, 1855, enclosures)
3. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Dec. 16 and 20, 1854, concerning the stipulations of art. 1 of this treaty. (ID, LR)
4. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Hepner, Jan. 15, 1855, instructing him to report on objections of citizens to occupation of Black Bird Hills by Omaha on the land selected by them under treaty. (OIA, LS, vol. 50, p. 386) See also items under Treaty of Mar. 15, 1854.

Ratified treaty no. 267, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of May 6, 1854, with the Delaware Indians (May 6, 1854)

1. Power of attorney or credentials executed in council of Delaware tribe on Apr. 3, 1854, authorizing their delegates to treat with the U. S. for the sale of their lands.*
2. B. F. Robinson, Ind. Agt., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Apr. 22, 1854, enclosing credentials of Delaware delegates and describing a grand council of the various tribes affected by the prospective negotiations for the sale of Indian lands west of the State of Mo.*
3. Treaty (printed copy), including proclamation of July 17, 1854.*
4. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, May 20, 1854. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 8, p. 20)
5. Sec. of Interior to President, July 3, 1854. (ID, LS, vol. 1, p. 247)

Ratified treaty no. 268, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of May 10, 1854, with the Shawnee Indians (May 10, 1854)

1. Minutes of conference held with Shawnee from Apr. 24 to May 10, 1854.*
2. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, May 6, 1854, submitting proposal of Shawnee given in conference. (ID, LR)
3. Sec. of Interior to Comr. of Indian Affairs, May 6, 1854, advising acceptance of offer of Shawnee for the sale of their land with modification. (OIA, LR, Kans., I-570, 1854)
4. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, May 20, 1854, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 8, p. 19)
5. Alfred Cumming, Supt. of Indian Affairs at St. Louis, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Aug. 28, 1854, enclosing assent of Shawnee to amendments. (OIA, LR, Kans., C-959, 1854)
6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Sept. 7, 1854, enclosing formal assent (copy) of Shawnee to amendments to treaty, executed Aug. 21, 1854. (ID, LR)
7. Sec. of Interior to Sec. of State, Sept. 8, 1854. (ID, LS, vol. 2, p. 15)
8. Sec. of Interior to Cumming, Sept. 12, 1854 (copy), returning assent of chiefs of Shawnee and giving views of Department in connection with proviso attached thereto. (OIA, LR, Kans., I-728, 1854)
9. Cumming to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Oct. 10, 1854, returning amendment with assent of chiefs altered as desired by Department. (OIA, LR, Kans. C-1018, 1854) See also items under Treaties of Mar. 15 and May 6, 1854.

Ratified treaty no. 269, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of May 12, 1854, with the Menominee Indians (May 12. 1854)

1. F. Huebschmann, Supt. and Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 30, 1853, reviewing the condition of Menominees and mentioning a negotiation of a new treaty in connection with the solution of their difficulties. (OIA, LR, Green Bay, H-345, 1854)
2. Instructions, Apr. 5, 1854. (OIA, LS, vol. 49, p. 26-28)
3. Treaty (draft).*
4. Huebschmann to Comr. of Indian Affairs, May 20, 1854, enclosing treaty.*
5. Huebschmann to Comr. of Indian Affairs, May 21, 1854, reporting on the treaty and the individual signers thereof.*
6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, May 26, 1854, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 8, p. 23)
7. Sec. of Interior to President, May 29, 1854. (ID, LS, vol. 1, p. 238)
8. Huebschmann to Comr. of Indian Affairs, May 30, 1854, re the signers of treaty. (OIA, LR, Green Bay, H-605, 1854)
9. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, June 24, 1854, enclosing letter of June 18, 1854, from Huebschmann, concerning his efforts to obtain the consent of Chiefs Oskosh and Keshena to the treaty negotiated by him. (ID, LR)
10. Jacket of file covering return of treaty with amendments by Sec. of Interior on Aug. 4, 1854. (OIA, LR, Green Bay, I-652, 1854)
11. Huebschmann to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Aug. 25, 1854, enclosing the assent of Oskosh and Keshena to the treaty. (OIA, LR, Green Bay, H-646, 1854)
12. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Sept. 4, 1854, returning the treaty with the assent of the chiefs. (ID, LR)

Ratified treaty no. 270, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of May 17, 1854, with the Iowa Indians (May 17, 1854)

1. Minutes of preliminary council held with Comr. of Indian Affairs at the Mission near the Great Nemaha Agency on Sept. 12, 1853.*
2. S. M. Irwin of Iowa and Sauk Mission to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Oct. 7, 1853 (two letters), embodying an outline of a treaty with the Iowa and detailing the conditions of the several tribes of that region with reference to the proposed treaties.*
3. Authority of Iowa delegates to make treaty for tribe. (OIA, LR, Great Nemaha, I-585, 1854)
4. Minutes of council held on May 8, 12, and 14, 1854.*
5. D. Vanderslice, Ind. Agt., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, May 16, 1854, informing him that Iowa have agreed that clause may be inserted in treaty granting to Sauk and Fox of Missouri right to locate on western part of their lands. (OIA, LR, Great Nemaha, V-26, 1854)
6. Minutes of final council on May 20, 1854, with Iowa, Kickapoo, and Sauk and Fox.*
7.Comr. of Indian Affaris to Sec. of Interior, May 20, 1854. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 8, p. 17-18)
8. Sec. of Interior to President, May 29, 1854. (ID, LS, vol. 1, p. 237) See also items under Treaty of Mar. 15, 1854.

Ratified treaty no. 271, treaty of May 18, 1854, with the Sauk and Fox of Missouri Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty, see special list no. 6 (May 18, 1854)

1. Minutes of council with Comr. of Indian Affairs on Sept. 12, 1853, at the Iowa Mission near the Great Nemaha Agency. (OIA, LR, Great Nemaha, end of year, 1854)
2. Authority of delegates to make treaty for tribe. (OIA, LR, Great Nemaha, S-561, 1854)
3. Alfred Cumming, Supt. of Indian Affairs at St. Louis, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Oct. 24, 1853, transmitting letter of Oct. 7, 1853, from chiefs of Sauk and Fox of Missouri, proposing to sell a part of their lands. (OIA, LR, Great Nemaha, C-540, 1853)
4. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, May 20, 1854, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 8, p. 17)
5. Sec. of Interior to President, May 29, 1854. (ID, LS, vol. 1, p. 237) See also items under Treaty of May 17, 1854, with Iowa.

Ratified treaty no. 272, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of May 18, 1854, with the Kickapoo Indians (May 18, 1854)

1. Minutes of councils, May 9-16, 1854.*
2. Authority of delegation to treat for tribe. (OIA, LR, Great Nemaha, K-41, 1854)
3. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, May 20, 1854, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 8, p. 18)
4. Sec. of Interior to President, May 29, 1854. (ID, LS, vol. 1, p. 237) See also items under Treaty of May 17, 1854, with Iowa.

Ratified treaty no. 273, treaty of May 30, 1854, with the Kaskaskia, Peoria, Piankeshaw, and Wea Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty, see special list no. 6 (May 30, 1854)

1. Minutes of council held with the Comr. of Indian Affairs at the Wea Mission on Oct. 3, 1853, the chiefs of the four tribes attending. (OIA, LR, Osage Riveer, end of year, 1853)
2. Comr. Of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, June 8, 1854, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 8, p. 36)
3. Sec. of Interior to Sec. of State, Aug. 9, 1854. (ID, LS, vol. 2, p. 6) Note: For schedules of persons and registers descriptive of lands selected under this treaty, see OIA, LR, Osage River, C-524, R-159, 1856)

Ratified treaty no. 274, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of June 5, 1854, with the Miami Indians (June 5, 1854)

1. Record of council held on Oct. 8, 1853, between Miami Indians and Comr. of Indian Affairs at the Osage River Agency.*
2. Ely Moore, U. S. Ind. Agt., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Mar. 22, 1854, informing Department that Miami wish to send a delegation to Washington to treat for the sale of their lands. (OIA, LR, Osage River, M-1021, 1854)
3. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Supt. Alfred Cumming, Apr. 11, 1854, authorizing Agt. Moore to bring Miami delegation to Washington. (OIA, LS, vol. 49, p. 44-45)
4. Authority of Miami delegates to treaty with the United States in the name of the tribe.*
5. Minutes of conferences, May 23 - June 7, 1854.*
6. Big Legs, Little Doctor, and others of Miami delgation to Comr. of Indian Affairs, May 20 and 29 and June 2, 1854, embodying instructions to delegation by Miami council and proposals of Miami to sell their lands. (OIA, LR, Osage River, B-376, B-377, D-590, 1854)
7. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, June 8, 1854, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 8, p. 39-40)
8. Jacket of file showing register entry for return of amended treaty by Sec. of Interior to Comr. of Indian Affairs on Aug. 7, 1854.*

Ratified treaty, documents relating to the negotiation of a ratified treaty with the Creek Indians, June 13, 1854 (June 13, 1854)

1. Wm. H. Garrett, U. S. Ind. Agt. and Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 23, 1853, enclosing letters of Oct. 3 and Dec. 23, 1853 (addressed to Comr. of Indian Affairs by chiefs of Creek Nation), discussing their treaties of 1814 and 1838 and urging that a Creek delegation be authorized to visit Washington. (OIA, LR, Creek, G-236, 1854)
2. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Jan. 23, 1854, reviewing stipulations of Creek Treaty of Nov. 23, 1838 and recommending that Garrett be instructed to negotiate a supplement to that treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 7, p. 369)
3. Authority of Creek delegation to treaty with the United States given in council, Apr. 14, 1854. (OIA, LR, Creek, C-820, 1854)
4. B. Marshall, Hopoithyahola, and others of Creek delegation to Comr. of Indian Affairs, May 18-30, 1854: Several letters. (OIA, LR, Creek [no file mark], 1854)
5. Instructions, June 8, 1854. (OIA, LS, vol. 49, p. 226-227)
6. Garrett to Comr. of Indian Affairs, June 13, 1854, enclosing treaty supplementary to Treaty of Nov. 23, 1838.*
7. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, June 15, 1854, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 8, p. 51-52)
8. Sec. of Interior to President, July 3, 1854. (ID, LS, vol. 1, p. 247) Note: This is a supplemental article to the Treaty of November 23, 1838, with which it is filed in the "Indian Treaty File" in RG 11 (No. 235).

Ratified treaty no. 275, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of September 30, 1854, with the Chippewa of Lake Superior and the Mississippi Indians (September 30, 1854)

1. Instructions: Aug. 10 and 11, 1854. (OIA, LS, vol. 49, p. 439-440, 454-457) Aug. 12 and 14, 1854. (Mich. Agency, LR, 1854)
2. Henry C. Gilbert, Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Oct. 17, 1854, transmitting treaty and giving details of negotiation by himself and David B. Herriman. (5 p.)*
3. Gilbert to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Oct. 23 and Nov. 10, 1854, enclosing map and giving estimate of area of lands ceded by treaty. (OIA, LR, Chippewa, G-373, G-379, 1854. Map not found.)
4. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Gilbert, Oct. 24 and 27, 1854, acknowledging receipt of treaty and requesting an estimate of area of land ceded. (Mich. Agency, LR, 1854)
5. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Dec. 8, 1854, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 8, p. 243-244)

Ratified treaty no. 276, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of November 4, 1854, with the Choctaw and Chickasaw Indians (November 4, 1854)

1. Douglas H. Cooper, U. S. Ind. Agt. For Choctaw, to Comr. Of Indian Affairs, June 2 and July 20, 1854, re proposed meeting of Choctaw and Chickasaw comrs. (OIA, LR, Choctaw, C-839, C-932, 1854)
2. Thos. S. Drew, Supt. of Indian Affairs, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Oct. 23, 1854, suggesting the making of a new treaty between the Choctaw and Chickasaw for the settlement of difficulties in their political relations; and enclosing a copy of letter of June 29, 1853, on this subject from the Act'g Comr. of Indian Affairs to D. H. Cooper and Andrew J. Smith, U. S. Ind. Agts. for the Choctaw and Chickasaw tribes. (OIA, LR, Southern Suptcy., D-705, 1854)
3. Drew to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 4, 1854, giving his views of the Choctaw-Chickasaw difficulties. (OIA, LR, Southern Suptcy., D-717, 1854)
4. Drew to Comr. of Indian Affairs enclosing correspondence exchanged by comrs. of the two tribes. (OIA, LR, Southern Suptcy. D-716, 1854).
5. Cooper to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 9, 1854, enclosing agreement between Choctaw and Chickasaw for the revision of the boundary line established by art. 2 of Treaty of Jan. 17, 1837. (OIA, LR, Choctaw, D-725, 1854, enclosure)*
6. Drew to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 13, 1854, enclosing the letter of Agt. Cooper of Nov. 9, 1854 (item 5 above), with the agreement between the Choctaw and Chickasaw. (OIA, LR, Choctaw, D-725, 1854)
7. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Feb. 7, 1855, reporting on treaty. (ID, LR)
8. Sec. of Interior to President, Feb. 9, 1855. (ID, LS, vol. 2, p. 104) Note: For a number of letters of Chickasaw delegates and comrs., see OIA, LR, Chickasaw, 1854.

Ratified treaty no. 277, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of November 15, 1854, with the Rogue River Indians (November 15, 1854)

1. Instructions, Aug. 12, 1854. (OIA, LS, vol. 49, p. 465-469; Oreg. Suptcy., LR, 1854, No. 109)
2. Joel Palmer, Supt. of Indian Affairs and Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 20, 1854, transmitting the treaty and reporting.*
3. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Feb. 14, 1855, reporting on treaty. (ID, LR)
4. Sec. of Interior to President, Feb. 17, 1855. (ID, LS, vol. 2, p.111) Note: The text of the Treaties of Nov. 15, 18, and 29, 1854, appears in Journal of Treaty Negotiations, Oreg. Ter., 1851-55, p. 78-94 (Oreg. Suptcy., LR, 1855).

Ratified treaty no. 278, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of November 18, 1854, with the Chasta, Scoton, and Umpqua Indians (November 18, 1854)

1. Joel Palmer, Supt. of Indian Affairs and Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 29, 1854, transmitting the Treaties of Nov. 18, and 29, 1854, and reporting.*
2. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Feb. 14, 1855, reporting on Treaties of Nov. 18 and 29, 1854. (ID, LR)
3. Sec. of Interior to President, Feb. 17, 1855. (ID, LS, vol. 2, p. 110) Note: For instructions, see item 1 under Treaty of Nov. 15, 1854.

Ratified treaty no. 279. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty, see items under ratified treaty no. 278 (November 29, 1854)

Note: For some discussion of this treaty, see report of Jan. 12, 1856, from Joel Palmer (item 1 under Treaty of Dec. 21, 1855). See items under Treaty of Nov. 18, 1854.

Ratified treaty no. 280, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of December 9, 1854, with the Confederated Oto and Missouri Indians (December 9, 1854)

1. Alfred Cumming, Supt. of Indian Affairs, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 3, 1854, enclosing letter of Oct. 23, 1854, from George Hepner, U. S. Ind. Agt., proposing on behalf of the Oto and Missouri a modification of the Treaty of Mar. 15, 1854.*
2. Instructions, Nov. 16, 1854. (OIA, LS, vol. 50, p. 218-219)
3. Cumming to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 23, 1854, transmitting letter of Dec. 11, 1854, from Hepner, enclosing the treaty.&#42
4. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Jan. 3, 1855, reporting on treaty. (ID, LR)
5. Sec. of Interior to President, Jan. 9, 1855 (ID, LS, vol. 2, p. 74)

Ratified treaty no. 281, documents relating to the negotiation of the tretay of December 26, 1854, with the Nisqualli, Puyallup, and other Indians (December 26, 1854)

1. Comr. Of Indian Affairs to Gov. I. I. Stevens, May 9, and June 7, 1853. (OIA, LS, vol. 47, p. 208-213, 348)
2. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Feb. 6, 14, and June 10, 1854, reporting on these tribes. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 7, p. 386-388, 400-403; vol. 8, p. 43)
3. Instructions, Aug. 30, 1854. (OIA, LS, vol. 50, p. 13-16; Wash. Suptcy., LR, 1854)
4. Record of proceedings of the commission to hold treaties with the Indian tribes in Wash. Ter. and the Blackfoot Country, Dec. 7, 1854 - Mar. 3, 1855. (Wash. Suptcy., LR, 1855.) This volume duplicates the records of proceedings listed separately under the several ratified treaties made in this period; it includes the texts of the several treaties.
5. Additional certified copy of proceedings.* (Treaty of Jan. 22, 1855, item 1, enclosure.)
6. Treaty (copy).*
7. Gov. Stevens, Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 30, 1854, transmitting the treaty and proceedings of treaty commission from Dec. 7-26, 1854 (with certified copy of proceedings).*
8. Tracings of Nisqualli, Puyallup, and Squawskin Reservations.* (Item 7 above, enclosure.)
9. Two maps showing lands ceded by this treaty and others made in 1855 with Indians west of the Cascades.* (One of these maps is an enclosure of item 7 above.)
10. George Gibbs, surveyor under treaties, to Stevens, Dec. 31, 1854, and Jan. 6, 1855 (typed copy), reporting the survey of the Puyallup Reserve.*
11. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Feb. 14, 1855, reporting on treaty. (ID, LR)
12. Sec. of Interior to President, Feb. 17, 1855. (ID, LS, vol. 2, p. 110)
13. Stevens to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Aug. 28, 1856 (typed copy), recommending change on reservations granted to Nisqualli and Puyallup Indians by treaty.* (This letter was apparently copied from draft among records of Wash. Suptcy.; no record of receipt in Office of Indian Affairs has been found.)
14. Report of Nov. 29, 1856, made by board appointed by Gov. Stevens to formulate a plan for carrying into effect this treaty, which report followed upon a visit to the four reservations provided by the treaty in accordance with instructions issued Nov. 15, 1856. (Wash. Suptcy., Records Relating to Indian Treaties) Note: A large number of letters from Gov. Stevens urging the extinguishment of the Indian title in the terriorty are found in OIA, LR, Wash. Suptcy., 1853-54. Drafts of many of the letters listed for this treaty and the others made in Wash. Ter., 1854, 55, are found in Records of the Washington Suptcy., Letters Sent to Comr. of Indian Affairs; and other records concerning these treaties, including drafts of letters, drafts of speeches to be delivered in council, etc., are found in these field records in "Records Relating to Indian Treaties."

Ratified treaty no. 282, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of January 22, 1855, with the Kalapuya and other confederated bands of Indians of the Willamette Valley (January 22, 1855)

1. Joel Palmer, Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 15 and 20, 1855, concerning the negotiations. (OIA, LR, Oreg. Suptcy., P-341, 1855)
2. Treaty (copy) in Journal of Treaty Negotiations in Oreg. Ter., 1851-55. (Oreg. Suptcy., LR, 1855)
3. Palmer to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 23, 1855, transmitting triplicate copy of the treaty, discussing provisions of the treaty, and giving some details of the negotiations.*
4. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Mar. 1, 1855, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 8, p. 347)
Note: For instructions, see item 1 under Treaty of Nov. 15, 1854.

Ratified treaty no. 283, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of January 22, 1855, with the Dwamish, Suquamish, and other Indians (January 22, 1855)

1. Record of proceedings, in part (typed copy).*
2. Treaty (draft).*
3. Gov. I. I. Stevens, Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, May 4, 1855, transmitting record of proceedings of treaty commission, Jan. 5-23, 1855, and Treaties of Jan. 22, 26, and 31, 1855, with record of proceedings at these treaties, and the Treaty of Dec. 26, 1854.*
4. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, July 9, 1856, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 9, p. 359-360)
Note: For other documents concerning this treaty, see items 3, 4, 9, and 11 and final note under Treaty of Dec. 26, 1854.

Ratified treaty no. 284, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of January 26, 1855, with the S'Klallam, Skokomish, Toanhooch, and Chimakum Indians (January 26, 1855)

1. Record of council proceedings, Jan. 24-26, 1855 (certified copy).*
2. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, July 9, 1856, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 9, p. 359-360)
Note: For other documents concerning this treaty, see items 3, 4, 9, and 11 and final note under Treaty of Dec. 26, 1984; and item 1 under Treaty of Jan. 22, 1855, with Kalapuya.

Ratified treaty no. 285, treaty of January 31, 1855, with the Wyandot Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (January 31, 1855)

1. Certified account of proceedings of Wyandot convention dated Dec. 1, 1854, with names of delegates chosen at convention. (OIA, LR, Kans., I-810, 1855)
2. Wyandot delegation to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 9, 1855, submitting proposals from their people considered most important for inclusion in the treaty. (OIA, LR, Kans., T-252, 1855)
3. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Feb. 1, 1855, reporting on treaty. (ID, LR)
4. Sec. of Interior to President, Feb. 5, 1855. (ID, LS, vol. 2, p. 100)
5. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Feb. 22, 1855, discussing terms of treaty and appropriations needed for carrying out its provisions. (ID, LR)
6. Lists of members of Wyandot tribe (dated Mar. 1, 1855), prepared by commission acting under provisions of treaty. (OIA, LR, Del. R-361, 1855, enclosures)
Note: For information re the carrying out of the treaty, see undated memorandum (incomplete), which discusses in detail various clauses of the treaty and methods of putting them into effect. (OIA, LR, Kans., end of year, 1855)

Ratified treaty no. 286, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of January 31, 1855, with the Makah Indians (January 31, 1855)

1. Record of council proceedings, Jan. 29-31, 1855 (certified).*
2. Treaty (rough draft).*
3. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, July 9, 1856, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 9, p. 359-360)
Note: For other documents concerning this treaty, see items 3, 4, 9, and 11 and final note under Treaty of Dec. 26, 1854; and item 1 under Treaty of Jan. 22, 1855, with Kalapuya.

Ratified treaty no. 287, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of February 22, 1855, with the Mississippi Pillager Lake Winibigoshish bands of Chippewa Indians (February 22, 1855)

1. Record of councils with Chippewa delegation, Feb. 15-22, 1855.*
2. Commission of the President of Feb. 17, 1855, designating Geo. W. Manypenny (Comr. of Indian Affairs) to negotiate with the Chippewa and Winnebago Indians. (OIA, LR, Minn., P-331, 1855)
3. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Feb. 17, 1855, concerning the visit of the Chippewa delegation and the object of their coming. (ID, LR)
4. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Feb. 23, 1855. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 8, p. 331-332)
5. Sec. of Interior to President, Feb. 17, 1855. (ID, LS, vol. 2, p. 118)
6. Record of interviews with the Chippewa delegation, Mar. 8-10, 1855.*
7. Map of Chippewa lands (Cartographic Records Branch, Map No. 580 in RG 75).

Ratified treaty no. 288, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of February 27, 1855, with the Winnebago Indians (February 27, 1855)

1. Winnebago chiefs to Hon. H. M. Rice, Mar. 24, 1854, proposing their removal to the west of Mo. (OIA, LR, Winnebago, R-167, 1854, enclosure)
2. Rice to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Mar. 31, 1854, discussing the affairs of the Winnebago and the propriety of making a new treaty. (OIA, LR, Winnebago, R-163, 1854)
3. J. E. Fletcher, U. S. Ind. Agt., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 4, 1854, reporting decision of Winnebago in denying their assent to amendments to the Treaty of Aug. 6, 1853, and their wish to send a delegation to Washington the following winter. (OIA, LR, Winnebago, M-1343, 1855, enclosure)
4. Comr. of Indian Affairs to W. A. Gorman, Gov. and Supt. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 9, 1855, authorizing visit of Winnebago delegation to Washington. (Minn. Suptcy., LR from Comr. of Indian Affairs, 1855)
5. Statements of Winnebago chiefs and headmen of action in council of Jan. 17, 1855, authorizing selection of delegation. (OIA, LR, Winnebago, F-146, 1855)
6. Record of interviews between the Comr. of Indian Affairs and the Winnebago delegation, Feb. 16 and 19, 1855.*
7. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Feb. 17, 1855, informing him of presence of Winnebago delegation in city. (ID, LR)
8. Commission of President of Feb. 17, 1855, designating Geo. W. Manypenny, Comr. of Indian Affairs, to negotiate with Chippewa and Winnebago Indians. (OIA, LR, Minn., P-331, 1855)
9. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Feb. 28, 1855, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 8, p. 344)
10. Sec. of Interior to President, Feb. 28, 1855. (ID, LS, vol. 2, p. 118)

Ratified treaty no. 289, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of June 9, 1855, with the Walla Walla, Cayuse, and Umatilla Indians (June 9, 1855)

1. Joel Palmer, Supt. of Indian Affairs and Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Apr. 18, 1855, including information on the preliminary plans for the Walla Walla council. (OIA, LR, Oreg. Suptcy., P-380, 1855)
2. Program of operations at Walla Walla council, May 22, 1855, including a list of officers for the joint treaty.* This document is duplicated on pages 1-3 of item 3 under the Treaty of June 9, 1855, with Yakima.
3. Two copies of treaty, one of which is part of a combined document which includes the Treaty of June 11, 1855, with the Nez Percés.*
4. Gov. I. I. Stevens and Supt. Joel Palmer, Treaty Comrs., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, June 12, 1855, transmitting the Treaties of June 9, and 11, 1855, with the Walla Walla and others and with the Nez Percés.* This letter also enclosed a "Record of the Official Proceedings," which is probably the document filed as item 3 under the Treaty of June 9, 1855, with the Yakima.
5. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, July 9, 1856, reporting on this treaty and the Treaty of June 11, 1855, with the Nez Percés. (OIA, LS, vol. 2, p. 366-367)
6. Sec. of Interior to President, July 29, 1856. (ID, LS, vol. 2, p. 366-367)
Note: For other documents concerning this treaty, see item 3 and note under Treaty of Dec. 26, 1954, and items 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, and 9 under Treaty of June 5, 1855.

Ratified treaty no. 290, documents relating to the negotitation of the treaty of June 9, 1855, with the Yakima and Confederated Tribes of Indians (June 9, 1855)

1. Extracts from the journal of James Doty, Sec. for Treaties, showing his proceedings, Jan. 20 - May 21, 1855, in assembling the Indians for councils in the Walla Walla Valley.*
2. Copy of item 1 above.*
3. Record of the official proceedings at the council in the Walla Walla Valley...with the tribes of Indians named in the treaties made at that council June 9 and 11, 1855, period, May 22 - June 11, 1855, p. 1-93. (Attested copy.)* This record includes the complete minutes of proceedings.
4. Treaty (original copy).*
5. Map showing lands in Oreg. and Wash. ceded by treaties made June 9 - July 16, 1855. (OIA, LR, 1850-80, laminated materials)
6. Gov. I. I. Stevens, Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, June 14, 1855, giving notice of conclusion of Treaties of June 9 and 11, 1855, with the Yakima, Walla Walla and others, and Nez Percés.*
7. Stevens to Comr. of Indian Affairs, June 14, 1855, enclosing the treaty and official proceedings with the Yakima Nation.*
8. Official proceedings (copy; see item 7 above).*
9. Stevens to Comr. of Indian Affairs, May 22, 1856, enclosing "Journal of Operations of Gov. Stevens, Sup't Indian Affairs and Comr. Treating with Indian Tribes East of the Cascade Mountains in Wash. Ter. and the Blackfeet and Neighboring Tribes Near the Great Falls of the Missouri in the Year 1855," period of journal, Jan. 20, 1855 - Jan. 4, 1856.* The journal, which does not include complete minutes of the council, is paged 1-114.
10. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, July 9, 1856. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 9, p. 364)
11. Sec. of Interior to President, July 29, 1856. (ID, LS, vol. 2, p. 366-367)
Note: For other documents concerning this treaty, see item 3 and note under Treaty of Dec. 26, 1854.

Ratified treaty no. 291, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of June 11, 1855, with the Nez Perce Indians (June 11, 1855)

1. Treaty (original copy).* This copy has been interlined to serve as a draft of the Flathead Treaty of July 16, 1855.
2. Treaty (two additional copies).*
3. Sec. of Interior to President, July 29, 1856. (ID, LS, vol. 2, p. 366-367)
Note: For other documents concerning this treaty see: Treaty of Dec. 26, 1854, item 3 and note; Treaty of June 9, 1855, with Yakima and others, items 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, and 9; Treaty of June 9, 1855, with Walla Walla and others, items 1, 3, 4, and 5; and Treaty of Oct. 17, 1855, item 4.

Ratified treaty no. 292, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of June 22, 1855, with the Choctaw and Chickasaw Indians (June 22, 1855)

1. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Douglas H. Cooper, U. S. Ind. Agt., Apr. 9 and 23, 1855, directing him to ascertain terms upon which the Choctaw and Chickasaw delegations would agree to settle their differences. (OIA, LS, vol. 51, p. 230, 308)
2. Cooper to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Apr. 10, 1855, enclosing letter of same date from Choctaw delegation re instructions issued to him on Apr. 9, 1855. (OIA, LR, Choctaw, C-1309, 1855)
3. Memoranda received Apr. 15, 1855, of conversations between Cooper and Choctaw and Chickasaw delegations. ( OIA, LR, Choctaw, C-1324, 1855, enclosure)
4. Office memoranda of May 12, 1855, reviewing steps in negotiations beginning in Jan. 1853 between the two tribes. (OIA, LR, Chickasaw, end of file, 1855)
6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Act'g Sec. of Interior, June 7, 1855, submitting points of difference involved in matters pending before Department to which Choctaw, Chickasaw, and Government are parties; endorsed by Act'g Sec. after submission to President. (7 p.; OIA, LR, Choctaw, I-1032, 1855)
7. Choctaw delegation to Comr. of Indian Affairs, June 11, 1855, embodying a proposition relative to the proposed lease of a portion of their lands. (5p.; OIA, LR, Choctaw, C-1441, 1855, enclosure)
8. Choctaw delegation to Comr. of Indian Affairs, June 14, 1855, reviewing their efforts to adjust matters of difference which are under discussion. (16 p.; OIA, LR, Choctaw, P-395, 1855)
9. Treaty (ms. copy).*
10. Printed copy of treaty arranged in two columns in the Choctaw and English languages.*
11. Cooper to Comr. of Indian Affaris, Nov. 19, 1855, notifying him that the formal ratification of the treaty by the Choctaw council had been forwarded through the office of the Southern Suptcy. of Indian Affairs. (OIA, LR, Choctaw, C-1750, 1855)
12. Charles W. Dean, Supt. of Indian Affairs, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 27, 1855, forwarding the formal ratification of the treaty by the Choctaw council. (OIA, LR, Choctaw, D-1029, 1855)
13. Dean to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 22, 1855, enclosing the formal ratification of the treaty by the Chickasaw council. (OIA, LR, Chickasaw, D-19, 1856)
14. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Jan. 21, 1856, reporting on treaty. (ID, LR)
15. Sec. of Interior to President, Jan. 23, 1856. (ID, LS, vol. 2, p. 280)
Note: For other letters re this treaty, see OIA, LR, Choctaw and Chickasaw, 1855.

Ratified treaty no. 293, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of June 25, 1855, with the Walla Walla and Wasco Indians (June 25, 1855)

1. Treaty (copy, final page missing).*
2. Joel Palmer to Comr. of Indian Affairs, July 9, 1855, enclosing treaty and record of council proceedings, June 22, 23, and 25, 1855.*
3. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, July 9, 1856, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 9, p. 361)
Note: For instructions, see item 1 under Treaty of Nov. 15, 1854. For maps of the Umatilla and Wasco Reservations provided by this treaty and enclosed with report of July 9, 1855 (item 2 above), see Maps Nos. 1071 and 1072 in RG75 (Cartographic Records Branch). For tissue tracing (mounted) showing lands ceded to United States by this treaty and others held in 1855 with Indians of Oreg. and Wash., see OIA, LR, Wash., M-579, 1871.

Ratified treaty no. 294, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of July 1, 1855, and January 25, 1856, with the Quinaielt and Quileute Indians (July 1, 1855)

1. Gov. I. I. Stevens, Treaty Comr., to M. T. Simmons, Mar. 22, 1854, giving him instructions as special agt. for the Indians of the Puget Sound District. (Wash. Suptcy., LS, 1854)
2. Stevens to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 21, 1854, including plans for the making of treaties. (OIA, LR, Wash. Suptcy., W-469, 1855)
3. Stevens to Simmons, June 15 and Aug. 30, 1855, including information concerning the treaty. (Wash. Suptcy., LS, 1855)
4. Annual report of Agt. M. T. Simmons, Dec. 30, 1855, of which pages 26-27 concern the negotiations. (OIA, LR, Wash. Suptcy., W-94, 1856)
5. Council proceedings preliminary to "projected" Treaty of Feb. 1855, which was not signed. The Quinaielt participated in this council. See item 4 of Treaty of Dec. 26, 1854.
6. Treaty (copy).*
7. Stevens to Comr. of Indian Affairs, May 25, 1856, transmitting the treaty.*
8. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, July 9, 1856, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 9, p. 361-362)
9. Sec. of Interior to President, July 29, 1856. (ID, LS, vol. 2, p. 366-367)
Note: For other documents concerning this treaty see Treaty of Dec. 26, 1854, items 3, 4, and 9, and note; and Treaty of June 9, 1855, with Yakima, items 5 and 9.

Ratified treaty no. 295, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of July 16, 1855, with the Flathead, Kutenai, and Upper Pend d'Oreilles Indians (July 16, 1855)

1. Gov. I. I. Stevens, Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, July 16, 1855, transmitting the treaty and official proceedings at the council, July 7-16, 1855 (with typed copy), and reporting the conclusion of the council.*
2. Treaty (original copy).*
3. Stevens to Comr. of Indian Affairs, six letters, July 16 - Oct. 22, 1855, concerning phases of the treaty negotiations. (OIA, LR, Wash., 1855)
4. Annual report of Agt. A. H. Lansdale of Oct. 18, 1855, (photostatic copy) with enclosure, report of examination of reservation provided by the treaty submitted Oct. 2, 1855.* (original of rept. and enclosure in OIA, LR, Wash., W-94, 1856)
5. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, July 9, 1856, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 9, p. 365)
6. Sec. of Interior to President, July 29, 1856. (ID, LS, vol. 2, p. 366-367)
7. Map of the Flathead Reservation and adjacent parts of Mont. and Idaho, ca. 1870. (OIA, LR, 1850-80, laminated material)
Note: For other documents concerning the treaty see Treaty of Dec. 26, 1854, item 3 and note; Treaty of June 9, 1855, with Yakima, items 5 and 9; Treaty of June 11, 1855, item 1; and Treaty of Oct. 17, 1855, item 4.

Ratified treaty no. 296, treaty of July 31, 1855, with the Sault Ste. Marie, Grand River, Grand Traverse, Little Traverse, and Mackinac bands of Chippewa Indians and the Ottawa Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (July 31, 1855)

1. Henry C. Gilbert, U. S. Ind. Agt., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Apr. 12, 1855, urging that the proposed negotiations with the Mich. Indians be held as soon as possible. (OIA, LR, Mackinac, G-445, 1855)
2. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, May 21, 1855, reviewing the condition of the Ottawa and Chippewa in Mich. and recommending that the President should designate a comr. to negotiate with these Indians. (ID, LR)
3. Sec. of Interior to Comr. of Indian Affairs, May 21, 1855, approving recommendation of the comr. of that date (item 2 above). (OIA, LR, Mackinac, I-966, 1855)
4. Instructions, June 6, 1855, to Gilbert. (Mich. Suptcy., LR, 1855)
5. Gilbert to Comr. of Indian Affairs, June 9, 13, 19, and July 3, 1855, concerning his plans and activities for assembling Indians under instructions of Department. (OIA, LR, Mackinac, G-469, G-473, G-478, G-484, 1855)
6. Geo. W. Manypenny, Comr. of Indian Affairs and Treaty Comr., to Sec. of Interior, Aug. 1, 1855, embodying a description of lands to be withdrawn from sale under stipulations of treaty. (OIA, LR, Mackinac, M-1563, 1855)
7. Gilbert to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 24, 1855, transmitting schedule of amendments to treaty as proposed by Indians. (OIA, LR, Mackinac, G-536, 1855)
8. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Jan. 2, 1856, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 9, p. 167-168)
Note: The parties to this treaty were parties to Treaty of Mar. 28, 1836.

Ratified treaty no. 297, treaty of August 2, 1855, with the Chippewa Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (August 2, 1855)

Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Jan. 2, 1856, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 9, p. 166-167) See items 1-5 under Treaty of July 31, 1855.

Ratified treaty no. 298, treaty of August 2, 1855, with the Saginaw, Swan Creek, and Black River bands of Chippewa Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (August 2, 1855)

1. Henry C. Gilbert, U. S. Ind. Agt., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 5, 1855, enclosing amendments suggested by Indians. (OIA, LR, Mackinac, G-541½, 1855)
2. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Jan. 2, 1856, reporting on treaty; June 12, 1856, on amendments. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 9, p. 167, 336)
3. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Gilbert, Apr. 25, 1856, instructing him to obtain the consent of Indians to amendments. (Mich. Suptcy., LR, 1856)
4. Gilbert to Comr. of Indian Affairs, May 26, 1856, enclosing assent of Indians to amendments. (OIA, LR, Mackinac, G-90, 1856)
5. Sec. of Interior to Sec. of State, June 17, 1856. (ID, LS, vol. 2, p. 349)
See also items 1-5 under Treaty of July 31, 1855.

Ratified treaty no. 299, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 17, 1855, with the Piegan, Blood, and Gros Ventres band of Blackfeet Indians, Upper Pend d'Oreilles, and Kutenai band of Flathead Indians, and Nez Perce Indians (October 17, 1855)

1. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Mar. 31, June 10, Dec. 20 and 28, 1854, concerning negotiations. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 7, p. 455; vol. 8, p. 43, 212, 218-219)
2. Instructions, Feb. 1 and 3 (two letters), 1855. Issued to Alfred Cumming, Joel Palmer, and Isaac I. Stevens. (OIA, LS, vol. 50, p. 445-446, 455-457. The originals of the two letters of Feb. 3, 1855, are in Wash. and Oreg. Suptcies. Letters received from Comr. of Indian Affairs for 1855.)
3. Instructions (supplemental), Mar. 17, Apr. 2, and May 3, 1855. (OIA, LS, vol. 51, p. 93-94, 194-195, 356-359. Much detail re the provisions of the projected treaties appears in letter of May 3, 1855.)
4. I. I. Stevens, Treaty Comr. of Indian Affairs, Aug. 30, 1855, reporting his arrival at Fort Benton and the arrangements made for the council. (OIA, LR, Wash. Suptcy., W-622, 1855)
5. Official proceedings of the commission appointed to hold a council with the Blackfeet and other Indian tribes on the headwaters of the Missouri River in the year 1855.*
6. Official proceedings, item 5 above (certified copy).*
7. Treaty (copy), with an abstract, and the original draft.*
8. Stevens to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Oct. 22, 1855, announcing the adjournment of the council. (OIA, LR, Wash. Suptcy., W-652, 1855)
9. Map showing the territory of the Blackfeet and Western Indians, approved by treaty comrs. Oct. 22, 1855 (originally may have been enclosure of item 10 below, lent to I. I. Stevens and returned with letter in OIA, LR, Oreg. and Wash., S-803, 1859. Another map of the Blackfeet lands is in RG 75 in the Cartographic Records Branch).*
10. Alfred Cumming, Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 10, 1856, transmitting joint report of Oct. 22, 1855 by Cumming and Isaac I. Stevens.*
11. Cumming to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Feb. 15, 1856, enclosing report of same date of his expedition to the Blackfeet country, which includes information concerning the negotiations. (OIA, LR, Blackfeet, C-81, 1856)
12. Stevens to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Feb. 23, 1856, forwarding the original records of the Blackfeet council.*
13. Cumming to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Feb. 23, 1856, submitting copy of proceedings of the council with the Blackfeet and other tribes. Letter bears following notation: "This copy being incomplete and 2 other complete copies being on file in office was forwarded to Gen. Hazard Stevens." (OIA, LR, Blackfeet, C-85, 1856)
14. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Feb. 27, 1856, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 9, p. 223-224)
Note: Items 5, 6, and 12 above, form a part of same file. Item 5 is a bound volume, 147 p., period Aug. 11 - Oct. 23, 1855; item 6 has 78 p. A number of original letters belonging to correspondence of the Blackfeet Commission are in OIA, LR, Blackfeet, W-57, 1856. This correspondence is copied in the proceedings, items 5 and 6 above. For other documents concerning this treaty see: OIA, LR, Central Suptcy., 1855; OIA, LR, Wash. Suptcy., 1853-55; Treaty of Dec. 26, 1854, items 3 and 4; Treaty of June 9, 1855, with Yakima, item 9; Treaties of June 11, July 16, 1855, various items (for details of negotiations with Nez Percés and Flatheads).

Ratified treaty no. 300, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of December 21, 1855, with the Molala Indians (December 21, 1855)

1. Joel Palmer to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 12, 1856, transmitting the treaty and discussing its provisions.*
2. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, July 9, 1856. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 9, p. 358-359)
Note: The text of the treaty appears in Journal of Treaty Negotiations in Oreg. Ter., 1851-55 (Oreg. Suptcy., LR, 1855). For instructions see Treaty of Nov. 15, 1854, item 1. See also items under Treaty of Nov. 29, 1854.

Ratified treaty no. 301, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of February 5, 1856, with the Stockbridge and Munsee Indians (February 5, 1856)

1. John Wilson, Comr. of General Land Office, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, May 16, 1855, requesting instructions upon points to be considered in proposed negotiation. (OIA, LR, Green Bay, L-509, 1855)
2. Instructions: May 18, 1855, to John Wilson. (OIA, LS, vol. 51, p. 416) May 18, 1855, to Francis Huebschmann. (OIA, LS, vol. 41, p. 417-418)
3. Sec. of Interior to Comr. of Indian Affairs, May 18, 1855, approving instructions proposed by the comr. for delivery to Supt. Huebschmann. (OIA, LR, Green Bay, I-1000, 1855)
4. John Wilson, Comr. of General Land Office and "Agt. of Interior Dept." in Stockbridge Affairs, to Sec. of Interior, July 14, 1855 (copy), reporting under his instructions to assist those charged with Stockbridge negotiations (12 p.); with copy of letter of transmittal of Aug. 3, 1855, from Sec. of Interior, and copy of unratified Treaty of June 1, 1855. (OIA, LR, Green Bay, H-1094, 1855)
5. F. Huebschmann, Supt. of Indian Affairs and Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 17, 1855, reporting on Stockbridge matters and the unratified Treaty of June 1, 1855 (7 p.); and enclosing proposed draft of new treaty with the Munsee and Citizen Party of Stockbridge. (OIA, LR, Green Bay, H-1112, 1855)
6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Huebschmann, Jan. 7, 1856, instructing him to make a final settlement of the affairs of Stockbridge and Munsee; and authorizing him to arrange with the Menominee for a cession of land to accomodate these Indians and possibly the Oneida. (OIA, LS, vol. 53, p. 210-211)
7. Power of attorney of Munsee of New York to their delegates.*
8. Treaty (original copy, with signatures).*
9. Huebschmann to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Feb. 23, 1856, reporting on negotiation of treaty with Stockbridge with Munsee. (5 p.)*
10. Huebschmann to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Feb. 23, 1856 (second letter), enclosing treaty with Menominee of Feb. 11, 1856.*
11. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Mar. 3, 1856, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 9, p. 235)
12. Sec. of Interior to President, Mar. 4, 1856. (ID, LS, vol. 2, p. 292)
13. Huebschmann to Comr. of Indian Affairs, July 30, 1856, enclosing the assent of the Stockbridge and Munsee to Senate amendments to treaty. (OIA, LR, Green Bay, H-225, 1856)
14. Huebschmann to Benjamin Hunkins, U. S. Ind. Agt. at Keshena, Sept. 25, 1856 (copy), instructions him to take measures to carry out art. 3 of treaty. (Northern Suptcy., LS, 1856)
15. Sec. of Interior to Sec. of State, Aug. 25, 1856, submitting treaty with amendments. (ID, LS, vol. 2, p. 373)
Note: Items 6, 9, and 10 above form parts of same file.

Ratified treaty no. 302, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of February 11, 1856, with the Menominee Indians (February 11, 1856)

1. Instructions, Jan. 7, 1856. (OIA, LS, vol. 53, p. 210-211)
2. Minutes of council proceedings, Feb. 9, 11, and 12, 1856. (36 p.)*
3. Treaty (original copy).*
4. Francis Huebschmann, Supt. of Indian Affairs and Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Feb. 23, 1856, enclosing treaty. (Filed with Treaty of Feb. 25, 1856, with Stockbridge and Munsee, item 8)
5. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Mar. 3, 1856, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 9, p. 234-235)
6. Sec. of Interior to President, Mar. 4, 1856. (ID, LS, vol. 2, p. 292)

Ratified treaty no. 303, treaty of August 7, 1856, with the Creek and Seminole Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (August 7, 1856)

1. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Charles W. Dean, Supt. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 17, 1855, referring to wish of Seminole to correct unsatisfactory relationship with Creeks established by Treaty of Jan. 4, 1845; and directing him to instruct Creek and Seminole agents to take measures preliminary to negotiations between the United Sates and two tribes. (Southern Suptcy., LR, 1855)
2. Dean to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 28, 1855, transmitting reports of Jan. 30 and Dec. 20, 1855, from J. W. Washbourne, U. S. Ind. Agt., to Thos. S. Drew and Charles W. Dean, Supts. of Indian Affairs, re affairs of Seminole and the need of a settlement of their difficulties with Creeks. (OIA, LR, Seminole, D-17, 1856)
3. Dean to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 4, 1856, re measures taken in response to instructions of the Comr. of Dec. 17, 1855, item 1 above. (OIA, LR, Seminole, D-35, 1856)
4. J. W. Washbourne and W. H. Garrett, U. S. Ind. Agts., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 24 and Feb. 16, 1856, reporting on the actions of the Seminole and Creek legislative councils in connection with the proposed treaty. (OIA, LR, Seminole, D-92, 1856; Creek, D-94, 1856)
5. Seminole delegation to Comr. of Indian Affairs, May 3 and 20, 1856: Letters, memorials, and communications. (OIA, LR, Seminole, I-151, I-178, 1856)
6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, May 14, 1856, suggesting that negotiations with Creeks and Seminole be confined to the political separation of the two and tribal status by the Seminole, and enclosing credentials of Creek delegation. (ID, LR)
7. Sec. of Interior to Comr. of Indian Affairs, May 12 - July 14, 1856: Several letters re the negotiations. (OIA, LR, Southern Suptcy., I-165, I-175, 1856; Creek, I-235, I-242, 1856)
8. Creek delegation to Comr. of Indian Affairs, May 20 - July 28, 1856: Letters, memorials, and communications. (OIA, LR, Creek, M-131, M-135, M-153, M-154, M-178, I-252, M-162, 1856)
9. Washbourne to Comr. of Indian Affairs, June 30, 1856, in behalf of Seminole delegation to be considered in drafting treaty. (OIA, LR, Seminole, W-108, 1856)
10. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Aug. 8, 1856, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 9, p. 410-411)
11. Sec. of Interior to President, Aug. 8, 1856. (ID, LS, vol. 2, p. 369)
12. Senate amendments (copy) to treaty embodied in Res. of Aug. 16, 1856. (OIA, LR, Sourthern Suptcy., S-169, 1856)
13. Jacket of file recording the assent given by Creeks and Seminoles on Aug. 18, 1856, to Senate amendments to treaty. (OIA, LR, Southern Suptcy., C-433, 1856)
14. Act'g Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Aug. 21, 1856, enclosing assent of Indians to amendments. (ID, LR)
15. Sec. of Interior to Sec. of State, Aug. 22, 1856, enclosing amendments. (ID, LS, vol. 2, p. 373)

Ratified treaty no. 304, treaty of September 24, 1857, with the Pawnee Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (September 24, 1857)

1. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, May 23, 1857, describing the condition of the Pawnee and recommending that negotiations be opened with the tribe. (ID, LR)
2. Instructions, Aug. 15, 1857. (ID, LS, vol. 3, p. 12-14)
3. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Wm. W. Dennison, U. S. Ind. Agt., Aug. 15, 1857, directing him to assemble the Pawnee for the treaty negotiations. (OIA, LS, vol. 57, p. 274)
4. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Nov. 9, 1857, reporting on treaty; May 11, 1858, on amendment. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 10, p. 321-322; ID, LR)
5. Sec. of Interior to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Apr. 2, 1858, returning Pawnee treaty with amendment of U. S. Senate. (OIA, LR, Oto, I-799, 1858)
6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Dennison, Apr. 10, 1858, transmitting Sen. res. with amendment for delivery to Pawnee. (OIA, LS, vol. 58, p. 461)
7. Sec. of Interior to President, May 11, 1858. (ID, LS, vol. 3, p. 106)

Ratified treaty no. 305, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of November 5, 1857, with the Tonawanda Seneca Indians (Novemeber 5, 1857)

1. Interview between Comr. of Indian Affairs and Ely S. Parker and others of the Tonawanda Indians, June 30, 1857. (OIA, LR, N. Y., end of file, 1857)
2. Tonawanda delegates to Comr. of Indian Affairs, June 30, 1857, presenting propositions to be considered by the Government in the settlement of their affairs. (OIA, LR, N. Y., P-560, 1857)
3. Tonawanda delegation to the President, July 2, 1857, presenting their case. (OIA, LR, N. Y., P-563, 1857)
4. J. M. Martindale to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Oct. 18, 1857, enclosing draft of hte treaty submitted for the Tonawanda Seneca. (OIA, LR, N. Y., end of file, 1857)
5. Proceedings (rough draft) of Nov. 5, 1857, on the Tonawanda Reservation, at which the treaty was signed.*
6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Jan. 30, 1858, reporting on treaty. (ID, LR)
7. Sec. of Interior to President, Apr. 5, 1858. (ID, LS, vol. 3, p. 83-85)

Ratified treaty no. 306, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of March 12, 1858, with the Ponca Indians (March 12, 1858)

1. Ponca chiefs to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 6, 1857, re intrusions by white settlers and their desire to sell their lands. (OIA, LR, Omaha, W-250, 1857, enclosure)
2. Col. Francis Lee to Adjutant General, Feb. 20, 1857 (copy), communicating from Fort Randall in Nebr. Ter. the claims of the Ponca as to their lands, their situation as affected by the intrusion of settlers and other Indians, and the necessity of permanent settlement of the Ponca on lands of their own. (OIA, LR, Central Suptcy., W-317, 1857)
3. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Supt. Alfred Cumming and Agt. John B. Robertson, June 23, Aug. 15, and Oct. 16, 1857, instructing them in connection with the proposed negotiations. (OIA, LS, vol. 57, p. 91, 274, 447)
4. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Jan. 11, 1858, outlining the claims presented by the Ponca delegation. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 10, p. 349-350)
5. Summary of proposals for treaty, with related documents.*
6. Proposed treaty (rough draft).*
7. Treaty (original draft, with signatures).*
8. Treaty (copy).*
9. John B. Robertson, U. S. Ind. Agt., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Mar. 15, 1858, submitting his views re the execution of the treaty lately negotiated with the Ponca. (OIA, LR, Omaha, R-506, 1858)
10. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, May 7, 1858, reporting on treaty. (ID, LR)
11. Sec. of Interior to President, May 10, 1858. (ID, LS, vol. 3, p. 103)
12. Memorial and res. of the Nebr. Legis. approved Oct. 10, 1858, and addressed to U. S. Senate and House of Repr., petitioning the early ratification of the Ponca treaty. (OIA, LR, Omaha, M-522, 1858)

Ratified treaty no. 307, treaty of April 19, 1858, with the Yankton Sioux Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (April 19, 1858)

1. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Kentzing Pritchette, July 22, 1857, informing him of appointment as special agt. for settlement of difficulties with Indians in Minn., and including instructions re arrangment to be made with Yankton. (OIA, LS, vol. 57, p. 198-201)
2. Joseph R. Brown, U. S. Ind. Agt., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 4, 1857, reviewing condition of Yankton and discussing proposed negotiations. (OIA, LR, St. Peters, C-1307, 1858)
3. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, May 7, 1858, reporting on treaty. (ID, LR)
4. Sec. of Interior to President, May 10, 1858. (ID, LS, vol. 3, p. 103)

Ratified treaty no. 308, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of June 19, 1858, with the Miewakanton and Wahpekuta Sioux Indians (June 19, 1858)

1. Comr. of Indian Affairs to W. J. Cullen, Supt. of Indian Affairs, Feb. 5, 1858, informing him that the Sec. of Interior had given authority for delegations of the Upper and Lower Sioux and Chippewa to visit Washington, and instructing him to have a special agt. inform the Ind. agts. concerned. (Northern Suptcy., LR, 1858)
2. Minutes of general council held with Upper and Lower Sioux, Mar. 15 and 27, 1858 (two copies).*
3. Proceedings at five councils held with Mdewankanton and Wahpekuta Sioux, Apr. 9 - June 21, 1858. Record is in duplicate for fourth and fifth interviews.*
4. Chas. H. Mix to W. J. Cullen, Apr. 24, 1858, reporting his activities as special comr. to arrange for visits of Upper and Lower Sioux and Chippewa to Washington. (OIA, LR, Nothern Suptcy., C-1453, 1858, enclosure)
5. Treaty (draft).*
6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Nov. 6, 1858, reporting on treaty. (ID, LR)
7. Sec. of Interior to President, Jan. 3, 1859. (ID, LS, vol. 3, p. 189)

Ratified treaty no. 309, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of June 19, 1858, with the Sisseton and Wahpeton Sioux Indians (June 19, 1858)

1. Proceedings at four councils held with Sisseton and Wahpeton Sioux from May 24 - June 21, 1858. Record is in triplicate for third interview, in duplicate for fourth interview.*
2. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Nov. 6, 1858, reporting on treaty. (ID, LR)
3. Sec. of Interior to President, Jan. 3, 1859. (ID, LS, vol. 3, p. 190) See also items 1, 4, and 5 under treaty of same date with other bands of Sioux.

Ratified treaty no. 310, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of April 15, 1859, with the Winnebago Indians (April 15, 1859)

1. W. J. Cullen, Supt. of Indian Affairs, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 16, 1858, transmitting petition of Dec. 6, 1858, from the chiefs and principal men of the Winnebago tribe by their agt., reviewing their condition, and requesting that a delegation be permitted to visit Washington to settle their affairs. (OIA, LR, Winnebago, C-1806, 1858)
2. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Cullen, Feb. 7, 1859, giving directions re visit of delegation to Washington. (Northern Suptcy., LR, 1859)
3. Credentials of Winnebago delegation signed on Feb. 28, 1859, by the chiefs, headmen, and soldiers of the tribe. (OIA, LR, Winnebago, C-1939, 1859)
4. Record of proceedings, Apr. 2 and 18, 1859.*
5. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Dec. 14, 1859, reporting on treaty. (ID, LR)
6. Sec. of Interior to President, Jan. 10, 1860. (ID, LS, vol. 3, p. 269)

Ratified treaty no. 311, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of July 16, 1859, with the Chippewa Indians of Swan Creek and Black River and Munsee Indians (July 16, 1859)

1. Henry Donohue and others of Munsee tribe to A. M. Robinson, Supt. of Indian Affairs, Mar. 22, 1859, re their union with Chippewa of Swan Creek and Black River. (OIA, LR, Sac and Fox, R-1275, 1859, enclosure)
2. G. F. Oehler, Missionary, to A. W. Robinson, Mar. 22, 1859, transmitting conditional articles of agreement between Munsee and Chippewa, signed on same day. (OIA, LR, Sac and Fox, R-1277, 1859, enclosures)
3. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Apr. 26, 1859, recommending that a treaty be made with the Swan Creek and Black River Chippewa of Kans., to secure to them the benefits granted to members of this tribe in Mich. under Treaty of Aug. 2, 1855. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 11, p. 180-182)
4. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Robinson, May 6, 1859, directing him to instruct Agt. Ben Newsom to arrange for purchase of lands to provide a home for the Christian Indians. (Central Suptcy., LR, 1859)
5. Robinson to Comr. of Indian Affairs, June 6, 1859, transmitting report of June 2, 1859, from Agt. Newsom to Supt. Robinson re his efforts to carry out instructions of May 6, 1859 (item 4 above). (OIA, LR, Sac and Fox, R-1425, 1859)
6. Instructions, June 20, 1859. (OIA, LS, vol. 61, p. 224)
7. David Crawford to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Aug. 24, 1859, giving an account of his proceedings as treaty comr. and returning the articles of agreement, together with the authorizations of the delegations of Indians from their respective tribes.*
8. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Aug. 29, 1859, and Jan. 17, 1860, reporting on treaty. (ID, LR; OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 11, p. 304)
9. Sec. of Interior to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Sept. 1, 1859, acknowledging receipt of treaty. (OIA, LR, Sac and Fox, I-30, 1859)
10. Sec. of Interior to President, Jan. 19, 1860. (ID, LS, vol. 3, p. 270)
Note: For supplemental report of treaty comr., dated Sept. 1, 1859, and request from the Indians who were parties to the treaty, see item 3 under Treaty of Oct. 1, 1859.

Ratified treaty no. 312, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 1, 1859, with the Sauk and Fox Indians (October 1, 1859)

1. F. Tymony, U. S. Ind. Agt., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Feb. 14, 1859, conveying the request of the Sauk and Fox to visit Washington in connection with the settlement of their affairs. (OIA, LR, Sac and Fox, R-1216, 1859)
2. Proceedings of council held July 16, 1859.*
3. David Crawford, Special Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Sept. 1, 1859: A supplemental report; and a request of Chippewa and Munsee Indians re use of funds specified in treaty with these tribes of July 16, 1859.*
4. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Dec. 10, 1859. (ID, LR)
5. Sec. of Interior to President, Jan. 10, 1860. (ID, LS, vol. 3, p. 269-270)

Ratified treaty no. 313, treaty of October 5, 1859, with the Kansa Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (October 5, 1859)

1. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Dec. 10, 1859, and Oct. 17, 1860, reporting on treaty. (ID, LR)
2. Sec. of Interior to President, Jan. 10, 1860. (ID, LS, vol. 3, p. 269)
3. Act'g Comr. of Indian Affairs to M. C. Dickey, U. S. Ind. Agt., July 16, 1860, forwarding amendments to treaty with instructions to obtain assent of Indians thereto. (OIA, LS, vol. 64, p. 69)
4. Dickey to Comr. of Indian Affairs, July 27, 1860, reporting re the amendments. (OIA, LR, Kans., D-170, 1860)
5. File record of receipt on Oct. 15, 1860, from Comr. of Indian Affairs, of assent of chiefs and headmen of Kansa tribe to Senate amendment to treaty. (OIA, LR, Kans., G-324, 1860)
6. Sec. of Interior to Sec. of State, Oct. 29, 1860, submitting amended treaty and related papers. (ID, LS, vol. 3, p. 358)

Ratified treaty no. 314, treaty of May 30, 1860, with the Delaware Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (May 30, 1860)

1. Thos. B. Sykes, U. S. Ind. Agt., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 11, 1859, communicating the wish of the Delawares to treat for the sale of a portion of their lands. (OIA, LR, Delaware, R-352, 1859, enclosure)
2. Sykes to A. M. Robinson, Supt. of Indian Affairs, Feb. 10, 1860, reporting the concern of Delawares as to their land and general condition, as revealed in late councils of the tribe. (OIA, LR, Del., R-561, 1860, enclosure)
3. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sykes, Feb. 27, 1860, communicating the policy of the administration as to the sale of the Delaware Reserve. (OIA, LS, vol. 63, p. 64)
4. Sykes to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Mar. 9 and 12, 1860, reporting council with Delawares and their proposition to the Government re the sale of their lands. (OIA, LR, Del., S-156, S-160, 1860)
5. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sykes, Mar. 24, 1860, re proposition of Delawares. (OIA, LS, vol. 63, p. 174)
6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, May 4, 1860, re advisability of holding treaty with Delawares. (ID, LR)
7. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, June 8, Aug. 10, 1860, and Feb. 18, 1861, reporting on treaty. (ID, LR)
8. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sykes, July 13, 1860, enclosing amendment to treaty and supplemental article, with instructions to obtain the consent of Indians thereto. (OIA, LS, vol. 64, p. 55-56)
9. Sykes to Comr. of Indian Affairs, July 30, 1860, enclosing assent of Delawares to amended treaty, with supplement thereto signed July 21, 1860. (OIA, LR, Del., S-255, 1860)
10. Sec. of Interior to President, Feb. 21, 1861. (ID, LS, vol. 3, p. 385)

Ratified treaty no. 315, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of February 18, 1861, with the Arapaho and Cheyenne Indians (February 18, 1861)

1. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Wm. W. Bent, U. S. Ind. Agt., June 28, 1860, informing him of the appropriation of $35,000 for the holding of a treaty with Cheyenne and Arapaho of his agency and the intention of the Department to open councils with these Indians. (OIA, LS, vol. 64, p. 3)
2. Instructions, Dec. 17, 1860. (OIA, LS, vol. 65, p. 24-25)
3. Albert G. Boone, U. S. Ind. Agt. and Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Feb. 19, 1861, reporting completion of treaty.*
4. A. M. Robinson, Supt. of Indian Affairs, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Mar. 9, 1861, transmitting letters of Feb. 18 and 22, 1861, from Albert G. Boone, U. S. Ind. Agt. and Treaty Comr., to Robinson.*
5. File jacket recording receipt of treaty at Office of Indian Affairs from F. B. Culver, Treaty Comr., on Mar. 18, 1861.*
6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Mar. 23, 1861, reporting on treaty; Dec. 3, 1861, as amended. (ID, LR)
7. Sec. of Interior to President, Mar. 23, 1861. (ID, LS, vol. 3, p. 396)
8. Dept. of State to Dept. of Interior, Aug. 12, 1861, enclosing treaty with amendment and Sen. Res. of Aug. 6, 1861. (OIA, LR, Upper Ark., S-430, 1861)
9. Comr. of Indian Affairs to William Gilpin, Gov. and Supt. of Indian Affairs, Aug. 19, 1861, directing him to procure assent of Indians to enclosed amendment to treaty. (OIA, LS, vol. 66, p. 27-45)
10. Boone to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 2, 1861, enclosing the assent of the Cheyenne and Arapaho to Senate amendment to treaty. (OIA, LR, Upper Ark., B-914, 1861)
11. Sec. of Interior to Sec. of State, Dec. 4, 1861. (ID, LS, vol. 3, p. 484)

Ratified treaty no. 316, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of March 6, 1861, with the Iowa and Sauk and Fox of the Missouri Indians (March 6, 1861)

1. Sauk and Fox to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 13, 1860, agreeing to negotiate with agents of the Government for the cession of a portion of their reserve, with communication of same date from Iowa declaring a similar wish--the lands thus ceded to be used by the Sauk and Fox. (OIA, LR, Great Nemaha, V-34, 1861)
2. Instructions, Feb. 20, 1861. (OIA, LS, vol. 65, p. 194)
3. Daniel Vanderslice, U. S. Ind. Agt. and Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Mar. 6, 1861, enclosing treaty with Sauk and Fox of the Missouri and the Iowa tribes.*
4. Comr. of Indian Affairs to H. B. Branch, Supt. of Indian Affairs, May 27, 1861, requesting him to inform the Indians that their treaty must await the action of the next Congress. (OIA, LS, vol. 65, p. 498)
5. John A. Burbank, U. S. Ind. Agt., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 4, 1861, transmitting copies of petitions from the Iowa and Sauk and Fox, dated Oct. 22 and 30, 1861, requesting that arts. 2 and 3 of their treaty be amended. (OIA, LR, Great Nemaha, B-910, 1861, enclosures)
6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Mar. 11, 1862, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 12, p. 329-330)
7. Sec. of Interior to President, Apr. 14, 1862. (ID, LS, vol. 4, p. 51)

Ratified treaty no. 317, treaty of July 2, 1861, with the Delaware Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (July 2, 1861)

1. Leavenworth, Pawnee and Western Railway to Sec. of Interior, undated (received Mar. 13, 1861), together with letter of Apr. 30, 1861, from Sec. of Interior to President (with endorsement of President thereon), with respect to method of payment for lands ceded to the L. P. and W. Railway by Treaty of May 30, 1860, with Delaware. (OIA, LR, Del., M-455, 1861)
2. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Mar. 15, 1861, concerning the proposal of the L. P. and W. Railway for the conclusion of the sale of Delaware lands. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 12, p. 124-125)

Ratified treaty no. 318, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of November 15, 1861, with the Potawatomi Indians (November 15, 1861)

1. Wm. W. Ross, U. S. Ind. Agt. and Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 15, 1861, enclosing treaty concluded with Potawatomi following councils lasting five days.*
2. Ross to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 18 and 25, 1861, and B. H. Bertrand (member of Potawatomi tribe and signer of treaty) to same, Nov. 26, 1861, re a modification of section of treaty respecting use of tribal funds. (OIA, LR, Potawatomi, R-1629, R-1643, B-957, 1861)
3. Thomas Ewing, Jr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 20, 1861 (telegram), announcing the treaty has been completed and forwarded. (OIA, LR, Potawatomi, E-83, 1861)
4. Comr. of Indian Affairs, annual report, Nov. 17, 1861, including brief description of two-day council with Potawatomi held by him in Sept. 1861. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 12, p. 243-244)
5. Ross to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 29, 1861, including material explanatory of the treaty. (OIA, LR, Potawatomi, R-1647, 1861)
6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Dec. 17, 1861, reporting on treaty; Apr. 17, 1862, as amended. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 12, p. 280-281; ID, LR)
7. Sec. of Interior to President, Jan. 3, 1862. (ID, LS, vol. 4, p. 3)
8. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Jan. 15, 1862, reporting and enclosing petition. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 12, p. 288)
9. Sec. of Interior to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 16, 1862, replying to the Comr.'s letter of Jan. 16, 1862 (item 8 above). (OIA, LR, Potawatomi, I-547, 1862)
10. Sec. of Interior to Sec. of State, Apr. 18, 1862. (ID, LS, vol. 4, p. 54)

Ratified treaty no. 319, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of March 13, 1862, with the Kansa Indians (March 13, 1862)

1. H. B. Branch, Supt. of Indian Affairs, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Mar. 22, 1862, transmitting report of Mar. 20, 1862, from H. W. Farnsworth, U. S. Ind. Agt. and Treaty Comr., forwarding treaty concluded with Kansa tribe.*
2. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, May 9, 1862, and Mar. 10, 1863, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 10, p. 379; ID, LR)
3. Sec. of Interior to President, May 14, 1862. (ID, LS, vol. 4, p. 69)
4. Comr. of Indian Affairs to H. W. Farnsworth, Feb. 10, 1863, forwarding treaty and instructing agent to secure assent of Indians to attached amendments. (OIA, LS, vol. 70, p. 55-56)
5. Farnsworth to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Feb. 26, 1863, returning treaty with assent of Kansa to Senate amendments as granted that day. (OIA, LR, Kans., F-24, 1863)
6. Sec. of Interior to Sec. of State, Mar. 13, 1863. (ID, LS, vol. 4, p. 267)

Ratified treaty no. 320, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of June 27, 1862, with the United Ottawa Indians of Blanchard's Fork and Roche de Boeuf (June 27, 1862)

1. Perry Fuller, U. S. Ind. Agt., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, May 16, 1860, re proposition of Ottawa to make a new treaty. (OIA, LR, Sac and Fox, R-757, 1860, enclosure)
2. Comr. of Indian Affairs to A. M. Robinson, Supt. of Indian Affairs, May 28, 1860, re proposition of Ottawa for renewal of treaty negotiations. (OIA, LS, vol. 63, p. 423)
3. C. C. Hutchinson, U. S. Ind. Agt., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, May 12, 1862, reporting council of Ottawa and names of delegates chosen by tribe. (OIA, LR, Sac and Fox, H-478, 1862)
4. Hutchinson to Comr. of Indian Affairs, May 12, 1862, reporting intention of Ottawa delegation to proceed to Washington. (OIA, LR, Sac and Fox, H-428, 1862)
5. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, June 25, 1862, reporting on treaty; July 24, 1862, as amended. (ID, LR)
6. Sec. of Interior to President, June 26, 1862. (ID, LS, vol. 4, p. 94)
7. Sec. of Interior to Comr. of Indian Affairs, July 19, 1862, instructing him to secure assent of Ottawa delegation to amendment accompanying enclosed treaty.*
8. Sec. of Interior to Sec. of State, July 25, 1862. (ID, LS, vol. 4, p. 108)

Ratified treaty no. 321, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of June 28, 1862, with the Kickapoo Indians (June 28, 1862)

1. Sec. of Interior to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Feb. 20, 1862, authorizing him to make treaty with Kickapoo and enclosing draft of treaty submitted by Senator Pomeroy. (OIA, LR, Kickapoo, I-596, 1862)
2. Instructions: Mar. 15, 1862. (OIA, LS, vol. 67, p. 479) May 5, 1862, supplementary. (OIA, LS, vol. 68, p. 174)
3. Charles B. Keith, U. S. Ind. Agt. and Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Apr. 28, 1862, reporting holding councils with Indians and opposition to signing treaty. (OIA, LR, Kickapoo, K-120, 1862)
4. Comr. of Indian Affairs to No-ka-watt and other chiefs of tribe, May 5, 1862, explaining proposed treaty. (OIA, LR, Kickapoo, I-655, 1862, enclosure)
5. Keith to Comr. of Indian Affairs, June 30, 1862, enclosing treaty with Kickapoo and reporting.*
6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, July 10, 1862, reporting on treaty; May 20, 1863, as amended. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 12, p. 415-416; ID, LR)
7. Sec. of Interior to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Mar. 16, 1863, instructing him to procure the consent of Indians to amended treaty, enclosed; also enclosing Sen. Res. of Mar. 13, 1863, ratifying treaty, with conditional amendments embodied.*
8. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Keith, Mar. 21, 1863, transmitting treaty with amendments and directing agent to secure assent of Indians. (OIA, LS, vol. 70, p. 199)
9. Keith to Comr. of Indian Affairs, May 8, 1863, returning amended treaty with assent of Indians thereto, and reporting.*
10. Sec. of Interior to Sec. of State, May 21, 1863, submitting treaty for promulgation. (ID, LS, vol. 4, p. 312)

Ratified treaty no. 322, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of March 11, 1863, with the Mississippi, Pillager, and Lake Winibigoshish bands of Chippewa Indians (March 11, 1863)

1. Act'g Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Feb. 27, 1862 (two reports), re Sen. Res. for appropriating funds for negotiating with Indians of northern Minn. (ID, LR)
2. Instructions: July 30, 1862. (OIA, LS, vol. 68, p. 495-496) Dec. 24, 1862. (ID, LS, vol. 4, p. 188)
3. "Treaty" made at Crow Wing on Sept. 15, 1862 with Chippewas of Miss. and other bands by State of Minn., with approval of Comr. of Indian Affairs; with related correspondence. Filed Oct. 8, 1862. (OIA, LR, Chippewa, D-664, 1862; Special Files 201)
4. Clark W. Thompson, Supt. of Indian Affairs and Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 15, 1862, with enclosures as follows: a. Letter of Nov. 26, 1862, from Act'g Sec. of Interior, instructing Supt. to assemble chiefs of Chippewa bands for negotiations; and b. copies of instructions of Supt. of Dec. 6 and 11, 1862, to A. L. Foster, U. S. Indian Agt. (OIA, LR, Chippewa, T-579, 1862)
5. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Thompson, Dec. 23, 1862 (telegram and letter), re assembling the Indians. (OIA, LS, vol. 69, p. 456-457)
6. Sec. of Interior to Thompson, Dec. 24, 1862, transmitting a communication of the Sec. to Chippewa chiefs of same date. (ID, LS, vol. 4, p. 187)
7. A. L. Foster to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 26, 1863, reporting his failure to make treaty with Chippewa. (OIA, LR, Chippewa, F-17, 1863)
8. Thompson to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Feb. 5 and 7, 1863, re attempts to make a treaty; the letter of Feb. 5 includes copy of instructions of Jan. 26, 1863, from Supt. to Indian agt. (OIA, LR, Chippewa, T-34, T-39, 1863)
9. Series of interviews with Sec. of Interior and Comr. of Indian Affairs between Feb. 16 and Mar. 6, 1863. (76 p.)*
10. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Mar. 11, 1863, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 13, p. 99)
11. Sec. of Interior to President, Mar. 12, 1863. (ID, LS, vol. 4, p. 265)
12. H. M. Rice to Comr. of Indian Affairs, May 14, 1863, transmitting letter of Apr. 30, 1863, from Peter Roy, Interpreter, protesting on behalf of some of the Indians against the amendments added to the treaty by the Senate. (OIA, LR, Chippewa, R-113, 1863)
13. Letters reporting proceedings of Wm. P. Dole and Clark W. Thompson, Treaty Comrs., 1862-63. (OIA, Special Files 201)

Ratified treaty no. 323, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of June 9, 1863, with the Nez Perce Indians (June 9, 1863)

1. Charles Hutchins, U. S. Ind. Agt., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Mar. 20, 1862, reporting necessity for removal of Indians from reservation. (OIA, LR, Washington Suptcy., H-473, 1862)
2. Instructions: July 19, 1862. (ID, LS, vol. 4, p. 106-107) July 24, 1862. (OIA, LS, vol. 68, p. 476, 481) Feb. 21, 1863. (OIA, LS, vol. 70, p. 85)
3. Calvin H. Hale, Supt. of Indian Affairs and Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Sept. 11, 13, and 30, 1862, re proposed treaty and his conclusion that negotiations must be delayed. (OIA, LR, Wash. Suptcy., H-580, H-581, H-595, 1862)
4. Wm. H. Rector, Supt. of Indian Affairs for Oreg., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 12, 1862, criticizing failure to negotiate treaty that fall. (OIA, LR, Oreg., R-1919, 1862)
5. Hale to Comr. of Indian Affairs, May 11 and 22, 1863, reporting progress in assembling Indians. (OIA, LR, Wash. Suptcy., H-241, H-244, 1863)
6. Synopsis of preliminary and final proceedings of treaty commission for May 11 - June 9, 1863. (74 p.)*
7. Hale to Comr. of Indian Affairs, June 29, 1863, announcing conclusion of treaty and reporting. (OIA, LR, Wash. Suptcy., H-295, 1863)
8. Hale to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 10, 1863, transmitting his treaty report of June 30, 1863. (1 p., 30 p.)*
9. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Mar. 2, 1864, and Apr. 5, 1867, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 13, p. 323; ID, LR)
10. Sec. of Interior to President, Apr. 1, 1864. (ID, LS, vol. 4, p. 451)
11. Sec. of Interior to Comr. of Indian Affairs, June 30, 1866, re amendments. (OIA, LR, Idaho, I-425, 1866)
12. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Gov. Ballard of Idaho, Nov. 9, 1866, re amendments. (OIA, LS, vol. 82, p. 45-46)
13. Gov. Ballard to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 9, 1867 (telegram), re amendments. (OIA, LR, I-23, 1867)
14. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Apr. 5, 1867, returning treaty with request that Senate be asked to "recede" from its amendments; and Sec. of Interior to President of Senate, Apr. 6, 1867, conveying request of Comr. of Indian Affairs, above. (ID, LR; ID, LS, vol. 7, p. 225)
15. Geo. C. Hough, U. S. Ind. Agt., to Supt. of Indian Affairs of Wash. Ter., June 27, 1867, reporting council with Indians re treaty, and enclosing record of council, June 21-27, 1867. (11 p., 47 p.; OIA, LR, Idaho, H-296, 1867)
16. Idaho Supt. to Comr. of Indian Affairs: Reports of July-Aug. 1867, including information re attitude of Indians toward treaty lately proclaimed. (OIA, LR, I-480, 1867)

Ratified treaty no. 324, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of July 2, 1863, with the Eastern Shoshoni Indians (July 2, 1863)

1. Instructions: July 22, 1862. (OIA, LS, vol. 69, p. 536-537) June 1, 1863. (OIA, LS, vol. 70, p. 514-515)
2. James Duane Doty, Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Mar. 30, 1863, including statements concerning the prospects of treating with the Shoshoni. (OIA, LR, Utah Suptcy., D-95, 1863)
3. Doty to Comr. of Indian Affairs, June 20, 1863, replying to office letter of instructions and informing the Comr. of his intention of meeting the Shoshoni at Fort Bridger the following week. (OIA, LR, Utah Suptcy., D-149, 1863)
4. Doty to Comr. of Indian Affairs, June 20, 1863, reporting the details of his northern expedition and stating the desire of the Indians to make a treaty. (OIA, LR, Utah Suptcy., D-155, 1863)
5. Treaty (original copy) and a copy including amendment.*
6. J. D. Doty and Luther Mann, Jr., Treaty Comrs., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, July 3, 1863, transmitting original copy of treaty.*
7. Doty and Mann to Comr. of Indian Affairs, July 4, 1863 (telegram), announcing the conclusion of treaty. (OIA, LR, Utah Suptcy., D-146, 1863)
8. Doty to Comr. of Indian Affairs, July 18, 1863, enclosing the original of the treaty with all signatures.*
9. Doty to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 10, 1863, describing the boundaries, habitat, etc., of the Shoshoni, and reporting in detail concerning the treaties recently made. Map enclosed not found. (OIA, LR, Utah Suptcy., D-290, 1863)
10. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Dec. 30, 1863, reporting on treaty; May 31, 1869, as amended. (ID, LR)
11. Sec. of Interior to President, Jan. 5, 1864. (ID, LS, vol. 4, p. 406-407)
12. Sec. of Interior to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Mar. 12, 1864, returning amended treaties. (OIA, LR, Utah, I-463, 1864)
13. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Doty, May 18, 1864, returning four treaties made with the Shoshoni and instructing him to obtain the consent of the chiefs to the amendments. (OIA, LS, vol. 74, p. 151-152)
14. Doty to Comr. of Indian Affairs, June 13, 1864, replying to Comr.'s letter of May 18, 1864, item 13 above. (OIA, LR, Utah Suptcy., D-447, 1864)
15. Doty to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 25, 1864, returning the Treaties of July 30 and Oct. 12, 1863, with the assent of the chiefs to the amendments, and reporting that the assent of the Indians to the other treaties negotiated as amended could not be obtained until spring. (OIA, LR, Utah Suptcy., D-586, 1864)
16. O. H. Irish, Supt. of Indian Affairs, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 15, 1865, enclosing Treaty of July 2, 1863, with the assent of the Indians to the amendment. (OIA, LR, Utah Suptcy., I-1393, 1865)
17. Irish to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Apr. 3, 1866, transmitting copy of the treaty with amendment.*
18. Undated office memorandum reciting the history of the treaty to 1866.*
19. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, May 25, 1869, concerning Treaties of July 2 and Oct. 1, 1863--not yet proclaimed. (ID, LR)

Ratified treaty no. 325, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of July 30, 1863, with the Northwestern Shoshoni Indians (July 30, 1863)

1. James Duane Doty, Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, July 6, 1863 (telegram), including announcement that Pokatello wishes to make treaty. (OIA, LR, Utah Suptcy., D-147, 1863)
2. Treaty (copy), with Senate amendment.*
3. Doty to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Aug. 2, 1863, forwarding the treaty.*
4. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Dec. 22, 1864, submitting treaty with Treaty of Oct. 12, 1863, and the assent of the Indians to amendments. (ID, LR)
5. Sec. of Interior to Sec. of State, Jan. 11, 1865, submitting treaty and also Treaty of Oct. 12, 1863. (ID, LS, vol. 5, p. 87)
See also items under Treaty of July 2, 1863, excepting items 5-8, 16-19.

Ratified treaty no. 326, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 1, 1863, with the Western Shoshoni Indians (October 1, 1863)

1. James Duane Doty to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Oct. 1, 1863, reporting the negotiation of the treaty.*
2. James W. Nye, Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Oct. 23, 1863, enclosing treaty made with the Shoshoni of Ruby Valley and the region to the west.*
3. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Dec. 30, 1863, reporting on treaty; Sept. 6, 1869, as amended. (ID, LR)
4. F. H. Head, late Supt. of Indian Affairs, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Aug. 23, 1869, transmitting the amendment to the treaty with the assent of the chiefs thereto. (OIA, LR, Utah Suptcy., H-385, 1869)
See also items under Treaty of July 2, 1863, excepting items 5-8, 16-18.

Ratified treaty no. 327, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 2, 1863, with the Red Lake and Pembina Chippewa Indians (October 2, 1863)

1. Sec. of Interior to Gov. Alex. Ramsey, Apr. 4, 1862, informing him that the Congress was considering matter of negotiating with Chippewa of Red Lake. (ID, LS, vol. 4, p. 46)
2. Sec. of Interior to Clark W. Thompson, Supt. of Indian Affairs, June 9 and 27, 1862, asking the appropriate time and location for negotiating with the Indians. (ID, LS, vol. 4, p. 84-95)
3. Instructions: July 19, 1862. (OIA, LR, Chippewa, I-716, 1862) July 24, 1863. (OIA, LS, vol. 71, p. 183-185)
4. Thompson to Ruffee, July 30, 1862 (copy), instructing him to assemble Indians. (OIA, LR, Chippewa, D-660, 1862; Special Files 201)
5. Sec. of Interior to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Sept. 12, 1862, re impracticability of effecting treaty that fall. (OIA, LR, Chippewa, D-659, 1862)
6. Office of Supt. of Indian Affairs for Northern Suptcy., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 4, 1862, enclosing five letters (copies), dated in Nov. 1862, re plans for treaty. (OIA, LR, Chippewa, T-560, 1862)
7. Thompson to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 12, 1862, reporting his actions under instructions of Department. (OIA, LR, Chippwa, T-583, 1862)
8. Thompson to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 20, 1863, transmitting letter of Jan. 6, 1863, from chiefs of Red Lake Chippewa to him, explaining their refusal to negotiate that winter. (OIA, LR, Chippewa, T-23, 1863)
9. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, July 15, 1863, recommending that E. A. C. Hatch be associated with Gov. Ramsey in making treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 13, p. 203)
10. Gov. Ramsey to Comr. of Indian Affairs, July 17, 1863, reporting the most suitable time and location for holding a treaty with the Red Lake and Pembina Indians. (OIA, LR, Chippewa, R-150, 1863)
11. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Thompson, July 22, 1863, directing him to turn over to Gov. Ramsey $2,000 for negotiation of treaties with Chippewa of northern Minn. (OIA, LS, vol. 71, p. 175)
12. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Gov. Ramsey, July 22, 1863, re his appointment as treaty comr. (OIA, LS, vol. 71, p. 177)
13. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Thompson, Aug. 8, 1863, informing him that Agt. Ashley C. Morrill was to be associated with Gov. Ramsey. (OIA, LS, vol. 71, p. 238)
14. Gov. Ramsey to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Sept. 3 and 22, 1863, reporting on his proceedings. (OIA, LR, Chippewa, R-169, R-182, 1863)
15. Journal of proceedings of Comrs. Ramsey and Morrill, Feb. 7 - Oct. 14, 1863, including a council held with chiefs of Chippewa of Miss. at the agency on Oct. 29, 1863. (93 p., 6 p.)*
16. Treaty report and journal (typed copies), and extract from report (typed).*
17. Gov. Ramsey to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Oct. 10, 1863 (telegram), reporting his arrival at Crow Wing from Red Lake River Crossing where treaty with Red Lake and Pembina Indians was concluded on Oct. 2, 1863. (OIA, LR, Chippewa, R-191, 1863)
18. Thompson to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Oct. 13, 1863, enclosing report of Oct. 8, 1863, submitted to him by Morrill concerning the agt.'s proceedings as treaty comr. (OIA, LR, Chippewa, T-247, 1863)
19. Gov. Ramsey to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Oct. 16, 1863, giving some details of the treaty concluded on Oct. 2, 1863. (OIA, LR, Chippewa, R-194, 1863)
20. Report of treaty proceedings of Oct. 1863, received from Gov. Ramsey on Nov. 20, 1863.*
21. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Jan. 5, 1864, reporting on treaty; May 2, 1864, as amended. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 13, p. 271-272; ID, LR)
22. Sec. of Interior to President, Jan. 8, 1864. (ID, LS, vol. 4, p. 407)
23. Sec. of Interior to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Mar. 4, 1864, referring treaty with directions to obtain from Indians assent to amendments. (OIA, LR, Chippewa, I-449, 1864)
24. Sec. of Interior to Sec. of State, May 3, 1864. (ID, LS, vol. 4, p. 482)

Ratified treaty no. 328, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 7, 1863, with the Tabaquache band of Ute Indians (October 7, 1863)

1. Gov. John Evans to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Mar. 4 and June 15, 1863, suggesting measures to be included in treaty with Ute and urging immediate action. (OIA, LR, Colo., C-99, C-320, 1863)
2. LaFayette Head, U. S. Ind. Agt. at Conejos, Colo. Ter., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Apr. 6, 1863, re wish of his Indians that he serve as treaty comr. (OIA, Colo., H-136, 1863)
3. Simeon Whitely, U. S. Ind. Agt., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, letter of June 15, 1863, and annual report of Oct. 20, 1863, urging immediate negotiations with Ute and reporting his return from holding of treaty in which he participated as one of comrs. (OIA, LR, Colo., W-134; end of file, 1863)
4. Instructions: June 29, 1863, preliminary. (OIA, LS, vol. 71, p. 90-91) July 22, 1863. (OIA, LS, vol. 71, p. 166-168)
5. Gov. Evans to Michael Steck, Supt. of Indian Affairs for N. Mex., July 14 and Aug. 11, 1863, re boundaries of Ute in the two territories and instructions issued by Evans on Aug. 11, 1863, to Ute agents, enclosed. (N. Mex. Suptcy., LR, Misc., 1863)
6. Supt. Steck to Gov. Evans, Agts. L. J. Keithly and A. J. Mansanares, July 25, Aug. 10, and Sept. 6, 1863, re treaties and boundaries, and the assembling of the Indians at the councils to begin Oct. 1, 1863. (N. Mex. Suptcy., LS, 1863)
7. Steck to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Aug. 28, 1863, re correspondence held with Gov. Evans on the subject of Ute negotiations. (OIA, LR, N. Mex., S-144, 1863)
8. Treaty (copy), with amendments.*
9. Steck and Evans, Treaty Comrs., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Oct. 10 and 16, 1863, reporting and giving details of conclusion of treaty.*
10. John G. Nicolay, Sec. of Treaty Commission, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Oct. 16, 1863, transmitting signed copy of original treaty.*
11. File jacket recording receipt of original treaty on Nov. 6, 1863, from J. G. Nicolay.*
12. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Dec. 10, 1863, reporting on treaty; Dec. 9, 1864, as amended. (ID, LR)
13. Sec. of Interior to President, Dec. 12, 1863. (ID, LS, vol. 4, p. 400)
14. Sec. of Interior to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Mar. 30, 1864, instructing him to secure assent of Indians to amended treaty enclosed. (OIA, LR, Colo., I-487, 1864)
15. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Gov. Evans, May 20, 1864, returning treaty for assent of Ute to amendments. (OIA, LS, vol. 74, p. 166)
16. Gov. Evans to Comr. of Indian Affairs, June 10, Sept. 27, and Dec. 6, 1864, reporting his actions and returning treaty. (OIA, LR, Colo., C-907, C-1064, C-1130, 1864)
17. Sec. of Interior to Sec. of State, Dec. 12, 1864. (ID, LS, vol. 5, p. 68)
Note: For map, see Draughtmans' No. 945 in RG 75 in Cartographic Records Branch.

Ratified treaty no. 329, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 12, 1863, with the Shoshoni-Goship Indians (October 12, 1863)

1. Treaty (copy), including Senate amendment.*
2. J. D. Doty to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Oct. 21, 1863, forwarding treaty and also the Treaty of Oct. 14, 1863, with Bannock and Shoshoni (unratified).*
See also items under Treaty of July 2, 1863, excepting items 5-8 and 16-19; and items 4 and 5 under Treaty of July 30, 1863.

Ratified treaty no. 330, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of April 12, 1864, with the Red Lake and Pembina Chippewa Indians (April 12, 1864)

1. M. S. Wilkinson and Alex. Ramsey to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 26, 1864, requesting that chiefs of the Red Lake and Pembina bands be permitted to visit Washington. (OIA, LR, Chippewa, W-320, 1864)
2. Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 27, 1864, instructing him to bring the delegation to the city. (OIA, LS, vol. 73, p. 69)
3. Thompson to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Feb. 9, 1864, enclosing copies of instructions issued by him to A. C. Morrill and J. C. Ramsey, re the bringing of Chippewa delegation to Washington. (OIA, LR, Chippewa, T-313, 1864)
4. Interview between chiefs and treaty comrs. prior to signing of treaty. (20 p.)*
5. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Apr. 14, 1864, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 13, p. 381)
6. Sec. of Interior to President, Apr. 15, 1864. (ID, LS, vol. 4, p. 458)

Ratified treaty no. 331, treaty of May 7, 1864, with the Mississippi, Pillager, and Lake Winibigoshish bands of Chippewa Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (May 7, 1864)

1. Hole-in-the-Day to Comr. of Indian Affairs, May 3, 1864, stating that he and the Sandy Lake Chippewa chief with him had been empowered to act in behalf of all the chiefs of their tribes. (OIA, LR, Chippewa, H-747, 1864)
2. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, May 12, 1864, reporting on treaty. (ID, lR)
3. Sec. of Interior to President, May 17, 1864. (ID, LS, vol. 4, p. 496)
4. Sec. of Interior to Sec. of State, Feb. 27, 1865. (ID, LS, vol. 5, p. 142)

Ratified treaty no. 332, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 14, 1864, with the Klamath, Modoc and Snake Indians (October 14, 1864)

1. E. Steele, Supt'g Agt. of Northern District of Calif., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Mar. 2 and 8, 1864, reporting and enclosing a report on a council held by him with Klamath, Modoc, and other Indians of Southeast Oreg., and a copy of a letter addressed by him on Mar. 5, 1864, to Hon. John Conness on the subject of this council and the proposed agreement with the Indians. (OIA, LR, Oreg. Suptcy., S-306, S-321, 1864)
2. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, May 2, 1864, requesting that funds appropriated by Congress for negotiations with Indians of Southeast Oreg. be made available. (ID, LR)
3. Instructions, June 22, 1864. (Oreg. Suptcy., LR, No. 363, 1864)
4. Treaty (original copy), with signatures and an additional copy.*
5. J. W. P. Huntington, Supt. of Indian Affairs and Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 10, 1864, reporting and enclosing resumé of treaty and statement of funds required for carrying out treaty.*
6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Feb. 24, 1865, reporting on treaty; Feb. 12, 1870, as amended. (ID, LR)
7. Sec. of Interior to President, Feb. 27, 1865. (ID, LS, vol. 5, p. 142)
8. Form of assent of Indians to amendments to treaty embodied in Sen. Res. of July 2, 1866 (copy), with letter to July 6, 1866, from Sec. of Interior to Comr. of Indian Affairs, instructing him to procure acceptance of Indians. (OIA, LR, Oreg. Suptcy., I-436, 1866)
9. Comr. of Indian Affairs to A. B. Meacham, Supt. of Indian Affairs, May 21, 1869, instructing him to obtain the assent of Indians to enclosed amendments to treaty. (OIA, LS, vol. 90, p. 166)
10. Meacham to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 26, 1870, returning the amendments with the signatures of the Indians. (OIA, LR, Oreg. Suptcy., M-1038, 1870)
11. Sec. of Interior to President, Feb. 14, 1870, submitting treaty for promulgation. (ID, LS, vol. 8, p. 425-426)

Ratified treaty no. 333, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 18, 1864, with the Saginaw, Swan Creek, and Black River bands of Chippewa Indians (October 18, 1864)

1. Instructions: May 2, 1864. (Mich. Suptcy., LR, 1864) Sept. 3, 1864. (OIA, LS, vol. 75, p. 181-182) 2. Treaty (copy), with amendments annotated.* 3. H. J. Alvod, Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Oct. 31, 1864, submitting treaty with an account of his proceedings. (7 p.)* 4. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Dec. 22, 1864, reporting on treaty; July 14, 1866, as amended. (ID, LR) 5. Sec.of Interior to President, Jan. 17, 1865. (ID, LS, vol. 5, p. 92) 6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Richard M. Smith, U. S. Ind. Agt., May 30, 1866, directing him to obtain assent of Indians to amended treaty. (Mich Suptcy., LR, 1864) 7. Smith to Comr. of Indian Affairs, July 7, 1866, forwarding treaty with assent of Indians to amendments.* 8. Sec. of Interior to Sec. of State, July 16, 1866. (ID, LS, vol. 6, p. 384)

Ratified treaty no. 334, treaty of March 6, 1865, with the Omaha Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (March 6, 1865)

1. Clark W. Thompson, Supt. of Indian Affairs, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 29, 1864, including information re proposal to treat with Winnebago Indians, should the reservation of the Omaha be large enough to sustain this tribe and the Ponca. (OIA, LS, vol. 76, p. 93)
2. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Gov. Newton Edmunds, Supt. of Indian Affairs and Agts. R. W. Furnas and St. A. D. Balcombe, Jan. 28, 1865 (telegrams), directing them to bring to Washington delegations of Omaha, Ponca, and Winnebago--empowered by the tribes to treat with the Govt. (OIA, LS, vol. 76, p. 215)
3. Furnas to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Feb. 1, 1865, re the ordering of the delegations to Washington. (OIA, LR, Omaha, F-215, 1865)
4. Statement of Feb. 6, 1865, by members of the Omaha tribe authorizing Joseph L. Flesch and other chiefs to negotiate with United States for sale of portion of reservation for the use of the Winnebago and Ponca. (OIA, LR, Omaha, L-651, 1865)
5. C. W. Thompson, Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Mar. 10, 1865, submitting treaty concluded with Omaha by himself and Agt. Furnas. (OIA, LR, Omaha, T-736, 1865)
6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Mar. 24, 1865, and Jan. 9, 1866, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 14, p. 214; vol. 15, p. 31)
7. Sec. of Interior to President, Jan. 19, 1866. (ID, LS, vol. 6, p. 61)

Ratified treaty no. 335, treaty of March 8, 1865, with the Winnebago Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (March 8, 1865)

1. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Apr. 11, 1865, and Jan. 9, 1866, reporting on treaty; Mar. 23, 1866, as amended. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 14, p. 229; vol. 15, p. 31; ID, LR)
2. Sec. of Interior to President, Jan. 19, 1866. (ID, LS, vol. 6, p. 61)
3. Robert W. Furnas, U. S. Ind. Agt., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Feb. 20, 1866, reporting and enclosing amendment to treaty with assent of Indians thereto. (OIA, LR, Northern Suptcy., F-18, 1866)
4. Sec. of Interior to Sec. of State, Mar. 26, 1866. (ID, LS, vol. 6, p. 179)
See also items under Treaty of Mar. 6, 1865, with Omaha.

Ratified treaty no. 336, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of March 10, 1865, with the Ponca Indians (March 10, 1865)

1. Newton D. Edmunds, Gov. and ex officio Supt. of Indian Affairs, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 28, 1865, re condition of Ponca generally and their proposed removal to the Omaha reservation. (OIA, LR, Ponca, D-619, 1865)
2. Treaty (preliminary draft), with informal memorandum showing amounts due Ponca under treaty provisions.*
3. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Mar. 10, 1865, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 14, p. 189-190)
4. Sec. of Interior to President, Mar. 10, 1865. (ID, LS, vol. 5, p. 155)

Ratified treaty no. 337, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of August 12, 1865, with the Snake Indians (August 12, 1865)

1. Instructions: June 22, 1864. (Oreg. Suptcy., LR, No. 363, 1864) Oct. 24, 1864. (OIA, LS, vol. 75, p. 345)
2. Treaty (original duplicate) with signatures.*
3. J. W. P. Huntington, Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Sept. 1, 1865, transmitting treaty and reporting.*
4. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Huntington, Nov. 7, 1865, acknowledging receipt of the treaty. (OIA, LS, vol. 78, p. 406-407)
5. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Nov. 15, 1865, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 14, p. 496-497)

Ratified treaty no. 338, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of September 29, 1865, with the Great and Little Osage Indians (September 29, 1865)

1. W. G. Coffin, Supt. of Indian Affairs, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, May 1, 1865, transmitting unperfected treaty of Aug. 29, 1865. (OIA, LR, Neosho, C-1350, 1865)
2. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, June 15 and July 18, 1865, submitting for approval draft of amended treaty and (second letter), informing Sec. that Osage were to be represented in approaching conferences. (ID, LR)
3. Instructions: Aug. 16, 1865. (ID, LS, vol. 5, p. 335-344) Sept. 20, 1865. (OIA, LS, vol. 78, p. 295)
4. Elijah Sells, Supt. of Indian Affairs, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Oct. 2 (telegram) and Oct. 4, 1865, informing Comr. of signing of treaty and reporting on its negotiation.*
5. Comrs. appointed by President to negotiate treaties with Comanche, Kiowa, Cheyenne, Arapaho, and Apache to Comr. of Indian Affairs, a report of Oct. 23, 1865, with record of council proceedings with Osage on Oct. 18, 1865. (OIA, LR, Colo., S-848, 1865, enclosure)
6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Mar. 17, 1866, reporting on treaty; Oct. 5 and Dec. 14, 1866, as amended. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 15, p. 133-134; vol. 16, p. 7; ID, LR)
7. Sec. of Interior to President, Mar. 21, 1866, and Jan. 15, 1867. (ID, LS, vol. 6, p. 159; vol. 7, p. 97)
8. Sells to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Apr. 23, 1866, enclosing letter of Apr. 11, 1866, from Rev. John Schoenmaker, urging ratification of treaty with Osage. (OIA, LR, Neosho, S-220, 1866)
9. Sec. of Interior to Comr. of Indian Affairs, June 30, 1866, transmitting extract of letter of June 28, 1866, from Sec. of State to Sec. of Interior, returning Osage treaty with amendments for submission to Indians. (OIA, LR, Neosho, I-427, 1866)
10. Comr. of Indian Affairs to G. C. Snow, U. S. Ind. Agt., Aug. 31, 1866, directing him to obtain consent of Osage to enclosed amendments. (OIA, LS, vol. 81, p. 291)
Note: Ratification of unperfected treaty of Aug. 29, 1863 (item 1 above), consented to by Senate with amendments by Res. of July 2, 1864. Indians did not agree. See correspondence re this unperfected treaty in OIA, LR, Neosho, 1863-64. Instructions to Dole and Coffin to make this treaty not found. This council of Oct. 18, 1865 (item 5 above), held following date of treaty.

Ratified treaty no. 339, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 10, 1865, with the Miniconjou band of Sioux Indians (October 10, 1865)

1. General instructions by Sec. of Interior, endorsed by the President and issued on June 22, 1865, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, directing him to open negotiations with tribes of Dak., Idaho, Mont., and Colo. (OIA, LR, Misc., I-1107, 1865)
2. Bvt. Maj. Gen. Alfred Sully, Commanding Northwest Indian Expedition, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Aug. 15, Sept. 14, and Oct. 19, 1865, re Indians of that area and the work of the treaty comrs. (OIA, LR, Upper Mo., S-754, S-840, S-809, 1865)
3. Sec. of Interior to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Aug. 17 - Nov. 2, 1865. (OIA, LR, Upper Mo., I-1195, I-1197, I-1202, I-1211, I-1325, I-1332, I-1357, I-1359, I-1385, 1865)
4. Sec. of Interior to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Aug. 18, 1865, transmitting copy of order of President of Aug. 15, 1865, appointing comrs. to negotiate with Indians of Upper Mo.*
5. Instructions, Aug. 18, 1865. (Printed copy with covering letter of Aug. 19, 1865, from Sec. of Interior.)*
6. Members of the treaty commission and Maj. Gens. Pope and Sully of the Dept. of the Missouri to Sec. of Interior, Aug. 18 - Nov. 18, 1865 (letters and telegrams), re the movements of the Indians and the treaty comrs., and reporting the progress of negotiations and the conclusion of the treaties. (ID, LR, Misc.)
7. Orrin Guernsey, Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Aug. 19 - Dec. 21, 1865. (OIA, LR, Upper Mo., G-279, G-281, G-283, G-288, G-303, G-311, G-317, 1865)
8. Edward B. Taylor, Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Aug. 21 - Nov. 10, 1865. (OIA, LR, Northern Suptcy., T-838, T-872, 1865; Upper Mo., T-937, T-935, 1865)
9. Maj. Gen. S. R. Curtis, Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Aug. 30 - Nov. 11, 1865. (OIA, LR, Upper Mo., C-1529, C-1558, C-1590, C-1643, C-1675, 1865)
10. Newton Edmunds, Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Sept. 25 - Oct. 20, 1865. (OIA, LR, Upper Mo., D-870, D-903, D-915, D-935, 1865, Dak., D-849, 1865)
11. Treaty (certified copy of original), and rough draft of treaty.*
12. Record of proceedings of Henry W. Reed and Edward B. Taylor, members of treaty commission, Oct. 26-29, and Nov. 10, 1865. (14 p.)*
13. Report of proceedings dated Oct. 27, 1865, submitted by the Northwest Indian Commission appointed by President to treat with tribes of the Upper Missouri, accompanying nine treaties negotiated with various bands of the Sioux. (Referred to Comr. of Indian Affairs by Sec. of Interior, Dec. 5, 1865. 16 p.)&#42 14. E. F. Ruth, Sec. of Northwest Commission, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 10 and Dec. 26, 1865, reporting the separation of the members of the Commission, and submitting "The proceedings of the Northwestern Indian Commission...embracing all the talks between the commissioners and representative Indians." (OIA, LR, Upper Mo., R-571, R-585, 1865)
15. Final (summary) report of Commission of Dec. 20, 1865, prepared by Maj. Gen. S. R. Curtis and Orrin Guernsey. (7 p.)*
16. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Jan. 10, 1866, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 15, p. 33-36)
17. Sec. of Interior to President. Jan. 19, 1866, submitting treaty with eight other treaties with Sioux. (ID, LS, vol. 6, p. 60-61)
18. Report of Aug. 25, 1866, submitted by Northwest Indian Commission, which includes references to additional councils with Indians represented at the treaties made in 1865 and reports in detail further proceedings of the Commission leading to treaties with other tribes of the region. (OIA, LR, Upper Mo., I-576, 1866, enclosure. 28 p.)
Note: The minutes referred to under item 14 above were sent to Sec. of Interior with report of Jan. 10, 1866, accompanying the nine treaties with the Sioux. Various reports submitted by the members of the Northwest Indian Commission are filed in OIA, LR, Upper Mo., 1866. The treaties made during that year by the Commission were not ratified. The report of the proceedings of the Commission during 1866 is filed in file of councils and treaties (unratified), 1866.

Ratified treaty no. 340, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 14, 1865, with the Lower Brule band of Sioux Indians (October 14, 1865)

Treaty (true copy of original).* See items under Treaty of Oct. 10, 1865.

Ratified treaty no. 341, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 14, 1865, with the Cheyenne and Arapaho Indians (October 14, 1865)

1. Members of treaty commission to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Aug. 23 - Dec. 1, 1865: Letters and telegrams. (OIA, LR, Colo., L-777, L-782, L-786, L-787, L-823, M-809, M-811, M-812, M-814, M-823, M-824, M-863, M-930, M-959, S-767, S-792, S-804, 1865)
2. Copy of order of President of Sept. 8, 1865, designating treaty comrs. (Enclosure of letter of instructions, item 3 below.)
3. Instructions: Sept. 12, 1865. (Central Suptcy., LR, re treaty negotiations, 1865) Sept. 19, 1865. (ID, LS, vol. 5, p. 411-413)
4. Sec. of Interior to Thomas Murphy, Supt. of Indian Affairs, Sept. 12, 1865, informing him that instructions of that date were forwarded. (Central Suptcy., LR, re treaty negotiations, 1865)
5. Asst. Adjutant General to Maj. Gen. W. T. Sherman, Sept. 20, 1865 (copy of telegram), notifying him of appointment by President of Thomas Murphy, Brig. Gen. J. B. Sanborn, Kit Carson, and William W. Bent to negotiate treaties with Comanche and other tribes. (OIA, LR, Colo., W-1151, 1865)
6. Journal of meetings of commission, Oct. 5-24, 1865. (6 p.)*
7. Record of council proceedings, Oct. 12-25, 1865. (62 p.)*
8. Schedule of property of Cheyenne Indians lost or destroyed on Nov. 29, 1864, at Sand Creek in Colo. Ter., with names of Indians and amount of compensation as provided in art. 6 of treaty and annexed thereto.*
9. J. B. Sanborn and other comrs. appointed by President to negotiate treaties with the Comanche, Kiowa, Cheyenne, Arapaho, and Apache to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Oct. 16 and 24, 1865, transmitting council proceedings and treaties held with these tribes and reporting. (5 p., 5 p.)*
10. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Jan. 8, 1866, reporting on treaty; Jan. 25, 1867, as amended. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 15, p. 26-30; vol. 16, p. 101)
11. Sec. of Interior to President, Jan. 19, 1866. (ID, LS, vol. 6, p. 60)

Ratified treaty no. 342. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 341 (October 17, 1865)

See items under treaty of Oct. 14, 1865, with Cheyenne and Arapaho.

Ratified treaty no. 343. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 341 (October 18, 1865)

See items under treaty of Oct. 14, 1865, with Cheyenne and Arapaho.

Ratified treaty no. 344, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 19, 1865, with Two Kettle's band of Sioux Indians (October 19, 1865)

Treaty (true copy of original).* See items under Treaty of Oct. 10, 1865.

Ratified treaty no. 345, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 19, 1865, with the Blackfeet band of Sioux Indians (October 19, 1865)

Treaty (copy).* See items under Treaty of Oct. 10, 1865.

Ratified treaty no. 346, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 20, 1865, with the Sans Arc band of Sioux Indians (October 20, 1865)

See items under Treaty of Oct. 10, 1865.

Ratified treaty no. 347, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 20, 1865, with the Hunkpapa band of Sioux Indians (October 20, 1865)

Treaty (copy).* See items under Treaty of Oct. 10, 1865.

Ratified treaty no. 348, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 20, 1865, with the Yanktonai band of Sioux Indians (October 20, 1865)

Treaty (copy).* See items under Treaty of Oct. 10, 1865.

Ratified treaty no. 349, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 28, 1865, with the Upper Yanktonai band of Sioux Indians (October 28, 1865)

See items under Treaty of Oct. 10, 1865.

Ratified treaty no. 350, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 28, 1865, with the Oglala band of Sioux Indians (October 28, 1865)

See items under Treaty of Oct. 10, 1865.

Ratified treaty no. 351, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of November 15, 1865, with the Confederated Tribes of Middle Oregon (November 15, 1865)

1. Instructions: June 22, 1864. (Oreg. Suptcy., LR, No. 363, 1864) Nov. 4, 1864. (OIA, LS, vol. 75, p. 384)
2. Treaty (original duplicate), with signatures.*
3. J. W. P. Huntington, Supt. of Indian Affairs and Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 8, 1865, transmitting treaty and reporting.*
4. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Huntington, Mar. 13, 1866, acknowleding receipt of treaty. (OIA, LS, vol. 79, p. 425)
5. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, May 9, 1866, reporting on treaty. (ID, LR)
6. Senators Nesmith and Williams to Sec. of Interior, July 19, 1866, re treaty. (ID, LR, filed with letter fo May 9, 1866, item 5 above)
7. Sec. of Interior to President, July 24, 1866. (ID, LS, vol. 6, p. 393-394)

Ratified treaty no. 352, treaty of March 21, 1866, with the Seminole Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (March 21, 1866)

1. Instructions, Aug. 16, 1865. (ID, LS, vol. 5, p. 335-344)
2. Treaty (original and copy) of Sept. 13, 1865, with Five Tribes and other Indians of Southwest; together with manuscripts and printed copies of the official proceedings of councils held at Fort Smith, Ark., in Sept. 1865. (OIA, Treaties--unratified, Sept. 13, 1865)
3. Correspondence: Re negotiations of 1865. (Filed with item 2 above) Re negotiations of 1865-66, dated from 1861-1867. (Southern Suptcy., LR and LS, 1867)
4. Geo. A Reynolds, U. S. Ind. Agt. for Seminoles, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 20 and Feb. 1, 1866, presenting for the Seminole delegates a statement of their wants and proposals. (OIA, LR, Seminole, R-23, R-35, 1866)
5. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Feb. 22, 1866, requesting that he obtain the detail of Col. E. S. Parker to assist in negotiations with Indian delegations present in Washington. (ID, LR)
6. Asst. Sec. of War to Sec. of Interior, Feb. 28, 1866, informing him of the detail of Col. Parker to assist in treaty negotiations. (OIA, LR, Southern Suptcy., W-102, 1866)
7. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Apr. 2, 1866, reporting on treaty. (ID, LR)
8. Sec. of Interior to President, Apr. 2, 1866. (ID, LS, vol. 6, p. 199)
9. Elijah Sells, Supt. of Indian Affairs, and others, to Comr. of Indian Affairs: Various letters re negotiations of 1866 with tribes of Indian Ter., etc. (OIA, LR, Southern Suptcy., 1866)
Note: The instructions (item 1 above) were issued by the Sec. of Interior to the comrs. appointed by the President to negotiate with the tribes of Indian Ter. and Kans., and the tribes of the plains to the west. This commission negotiated the Treaty of Sept. 13, 1865 (unratified), with the Five Tribes and other Indians of the designated regions. Comrs. Cooley, Sells, and Parker, who negotiated the treaty with the Seminole and other treaties signed in 1866, were members of the original commission appointed in 1865. No formal instructions dated later than Aug. 1865 have been found.

Ratified treaty no. 353, treaty of March 29, 1866, with the Potawatomi Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (March 29, 1866)

1. L. R. Palmer, U. S. Ind. Agt., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Mar. 12, 1866, enclosing letter of same date from Potawatomi Business Committee suggesting amendments to Treaty of Nov. 15, 1861. (OIA, LR, Potawatomi, P-73, 1866)
2. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Mar. 20, 1866, proposing articles supplementary to treaty of Nov. 15, 1861. (ID, LR)
3. Sec. of Interior to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Mar. 26, 1866, assenting to proposal of Comr. of Indian Affairs (item 2 above) and enclosing draft of proposed amendments. (OIA, LR, Potawatomi, I-184, 1866)
4. Palmer to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Mar. 29, 1866, certifying to authority of Potawatomi delegation in Washington to transact business for tribe. (OIA, LR, Potawtomi, P-95, 1866)
5. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Mar. 30, 1866. (ID, LR)
Note: For instructions, see item 1 and note under Treaty of Mar. 21, 1866, with Seminole.

Ratified treaty no. 354, treaty of April 7, 1866, with the Bois Fort band of Chippewa Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (April 7, 1866)

1. Comr. of Indian Affairs to D. George Morrison, Oct. 18, 1865, reviewing status of Bois Fort Band of Chippewa of Lake Superior under Treaties of Sept. 30, 1854, and Sept. 16, 1856 (unratified), and discussing proposed visit of band to Washington. (OIA, LS, vol. 78, p. 329) 2. Luther E. Webb, U. S. Ind. Agt., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 8, 1865, re visit of Bois Fort delegates and enclosing minutes of council with these Indians on Oct. 16, 1865. 3. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Webb, Dec. 8, 1865, authorizing him to conduct delegation to Washington for negotiation of treaty. (OIA, LS, vol. 78, p. 534-535) 4. Sec. of Interior to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Feb. 24, 1866, directing that E. E. L. Taylor participate in negotiations with Indians in Washington. (OIA, LR, Southern Suptcy., I-123, 1866) 5. Webb to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Feb. 27, 1866, announcing presence of delegates in city and their belief that they were representative of the Bois Fort Band. (OIA, LR, La Pointe, W-93, 1866) 6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Apr. 9, 1866, reporting on treaty; Apr. 30, 1866, as amended. (ID, LR; OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 15, p. 240) 7. Sec of Interior to President, Apr. 11, 1866. (ID, LS, vol. 6, p. 228) 8. Sec. of Interior to Sec. of State, May 1, 1866. (ID, LS, vol. 6, p. 263) Note: No formal instructions found. See item 4 above.

Ratified treaty no. 355, treaty of April 28, 1866, with the Choctaw and Chickasaw Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (April 28, 1866)

1. Alfred Wade and other Choctaw delegates to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 18, 1866, transmitting commission of Choctaw delegation signed Nov. 10, 1865, by P. P. Pitchlynn, Principal Chief. (OIA, LR, Choctaw, W-32, 1866)
2. Chickasaw delegation to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 18, 1866, presenting credentials and transmitting act of Chickasaw Legis. of Nov. 18, 1865, providing for appointment of comrs. to negotiate treaties with United States. (OIA, LR, Choctaw, C-18, 1866)
3. John H. B. Latrobe to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 30, Apr. 4, and a letter recieved Aug. 10, 1866, writing for the Choctaw and Chickasaw re negotiations. (OIA, LR, Choctaw, L-19, L-91, L-196, 1866)
4. Sec. of Interior to President, Apr. 28, 1866. (ID, LS, vol. 6, p. 256)
5. Letters and reports of Choctaw and Chickasaw delegates and others re negotiations. (OIA, LR, Choctaw, 1866)
Note: Comr. of Indian Affairs report to Sec. re treaty not found. See also items 1-3, 5-6, and 9 under Treaty of Mar. 21, 1866, with Seminole.

Ratified treaty no. 356, treaty of June 14, 1866, with the Creek Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (June 14, 1866)

1. D. N. McIntosh and J. M. C. Smith, delegates from Southern Creeks, to President, Mar. 31, 1866, outlining objections to treaty (unratified), signed on Mar. 6 (3?), 1866, by Northern Creeks. (ID, LR, Executive)
2. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, June 14, 1866, reporting on treaty; July 23, 1866, as amended. (ID, LR)
3. Sec of Interior to President, June 14, 1866. (ID, LS, vol. 6, p. 329)
4. Sec. of Interior to Comr. of Indian Affairs, July 20, 1866, enclosing amended treaty for submission to Creek delegates. (OIA, LR, Creek, I-471, 1866)
5. Sec. of Interior to Sec. of State, July 23, 1866. (ID, LS, vol. 6, p. 392-393)
6. Letters received from delegates of Northern and Southern Creeks and others re negotiations. (OIA, LR, Creek, 1866) See also items 1-3, 5-6, and 9 under Treaty of Mar. 21, 1866, with Seminole.

Ratified treaty no. 357, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of July 4, 1866, with the Delaware Indians (July 4, 1866)

1. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Thomas Murphy, Supt. of Indian Affairs, Apr. 3, 1866 (telegram), instructing him to consult Delawares as to acceptability of proposed treaty. (Central Suptcy., LR, 1866)
2. Sec. of Interior to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Apr. 16, 1866, transmitting copy of letter of same date from him to Committee on Indian Affairs, outlining suggestions re a treaty with Delawares. (OIA, LR, Delaware, I-405, 1866, 1 p., 10 p.)
3. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Murphy, May 22, 1866, enclosing copy of attested Sen. Res. of May 4, 1866, refusing advice and consent to ratification of agreement of June 15, 1864 with Delawares. (Central Suptcy., LR, 1866)
4. Comr of Indian Affairs to Murphy, June 2, 1866 (letter and telegram), instructing him to inform Delawares that Sec. of Interior has deferred question of negotiation. (Central Suptcy., lR, 1866)
5. Sec. of Interior to Comr. of Indian Affairs, June 19, 1866, enclosing draft of proposed treaty for submission to Indians. (OIA, LR, Delaware, I-404, 1866)
6. Instructions, June 21, 1866. (OIA, LS, vol. 80, p. 423-425)
7. W. H. Watson, Spec. Treaty Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, June 30, 1866, reporting re negotation and conclusion of treaty; and file record of his report of July 4, 1866.*
8. Watson to Comr. of Indian Affairs, June 30, 1866, reporting conference with Delawares on preceding day. (OIA, LR, Delaware, W-367, 1866)
9. Watson to Comr. of Indian Affairs, July 5, 1866 (telegram), advising of shipment of treaty by express. (OIA, LR, Delaware, W-385, 1866)
10. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, July 18, 1866, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 16, p. 374)
11. Sec of Interior to President, July 18, 1866. (ID, LS, vol. 6, p. 386½)

Ratified treaty no. 358, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of July 19, 1866, with the Cherokee Indians (July 19, 1866)

1. John Ross and other Cherokee delegates to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Mar. 22, 1866, requesting that draft of treaty submitted by them be modified to meet the approval of all concerned. (OIA, LR, Cherokee, R-57, 1866)
2. Interviews with Cherokee on Mar. 30 and May 11, 1866. (71 p., 5 p.)*
3. Proposed draft of treaty labeled "submitted May 3, 1866," with record of conference of that date between delegates of northern and southern Cherokee and U. S. treaty comrs.*
4. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Act'g Sec. of Interior, and Act'g Sec. of Interior to President, June 14, 1866, submitting proposed Treaty of June 13, 1866, with Southern Cherokee. (OIA, Treaties, unratified, June 13, 1866)
5. Cherokee delegation to Comr. of Indian Affairs, June 9 - Aug. 1, 1866. (OIA, LR, Cherokee, M-392, M-465, C-325, P-176, 1866)
6. Sec. of Interior to Comr. of Indian Affairs, July 10, 1866, transmitting proposals for a treaty with Cherokee received from Cherokee delegates, and advising that the Department will approve the recognition of John Ross as Principal Chief. (OIA, LR, Cherokee, I-447, 1866, no enclosures found)
7. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, July 19, 1866, reporting on treaty; July 31, 1866, as amended. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 16, p. 375-376; ID, LR)
8. Sec. of Interior to President, July 19, 1866. (ID, LS, vol. 6, p. 388-389)
9. Sec. of Interior to Comr. of Indian Affairs, July 31, 1866, enclosing amended treaty for submission to delegates. (OIA, LR, Cherokee, I-41, 1866)
10. Sec. of Interior to Sec. of State, July 31, 1866. (ID, LS, vol. 6, p. 104-105)
11. Letters from delegates of northern and southern Cherokee and others re negotiations of 1866. (OIA, LR, Cherokee, 1866)
12. Drafts and copies of letters re negotiations of 1865-66 with southern Indians of various tribes. (Southern Suptcy., LS, 1866)
See also items 1-3, 5-6, and 9 under Treaty of Mar. 21, 1866, with Seminole.

Ratified treaty no. 359, treaty of February 18, 1867, with the Sauk and Fox of the Mississippi Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (February 18, 1867)

1. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Committee on Indian Affairs of House of Reprs., Dec. 13, 1866, re appropriation for expense of negotiations preliminary to removal of Indians from Kans. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 16, p. 62-63)
2. Vital Jarrot, Joseph Bogy, and H. W. Farnsworth, Spec. Ind. Comrs., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Feb. 2, 1867, reporting on visiting tribes in Kans. (OIA, LR, Central Suptcy., I-51, 1867. 21 p.)
3. "Talks" delivered by W. H. Watson, Spec. Comr., Feb. 4, 1867. (OIA, Treaties, unratified, 1867. 31 p.)
4. "Talks" delivered by Comr. of Indian Affairs to delegates of Indians from Kans. on Feb. 6 and 12, 1867. (OIA, Treaties, unratified, 1867. 20 p., 35 p.)
5. N. P. Chipman to Comr. of Indian Affairs and to President, Feb. 15 and 23, 1867, re right of Keokuk and other delegates to act for all factions of the tribe. (OIA, LR, Sac and Fox, C-73, C-85, 1867)
6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Feb. 19, 1867, reporting on treaty. (ID, LR)
7. Estimate of expenses required under this treaty. (ID, LR, enclosure of item 6 above)
8. Petition and other documents received Mar. 5, 1867, from Mo-co-he-co and others of Sauk and Fox, protesting action of Sauk and Fox delegation in negotiating treaty for their tribe. (OIA, LR, Sac and Fox, I-102, 1867)
Note: For instructions, see item 1 under Treaty of Mar. 21, 1867, and item 2 under Treaty of Feb. 23, 1837. See also items 3 and 4 under treaty of Feb. 23, 1867.

Ratified treaty no. 360, treaty of February 19, 1867, with the Sisseton and Wahpeton Sioux Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (February 19, 1867)

1. Benjamin Thompson to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 19, 1866, proposing visit of Sisseton and Wahpeton bands to Washington, with endorsements of Directors of St. Paul Board of Trade and of Hon. I. Donnelly. (OIA, LR, St. Peters, D-485, 1866)
2. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Thompson, Dec. 20, 1866, directing him to conduct delegation of Sioux to Washington. (OIA, LS, vol. 82, p. 187-188)
3. Thompson to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 28, 1866, and Jan 10, 1867, reporting his proceedings in assembling delegation. (OIA, LR, St. Peters, T-4, T-7, 1867)
4. J. N. Searles and Minn. and Dak. delegations in Congress to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 5 and Feb. 4, 1867, concerning importance and character of proposed treaty. (OIA, LR, St. Peters, R-58, R-59, 1867)
5. J. R. Brown, Spec. Agt. in charge of Sioux delegation, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Feb. 4, 1867, informing him of wishes of Indians re proposed treaty. (OIA, LR, St. Peters, R-58, R-59, 1867)
6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Feb. 5, 1867, answering questions raised by Sen. Res. re condition of the Sioux in vicinity of Lake Traverse and Fort Wadsworth, Dak. Ter., and the plans of the Department re their removal. (ID, LR. 6 p.)
7. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Feb. 21, 1867, reporting on treaty; Apr. 24, 1867, as amended. (ID, LR; OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 16, p. 289)
8. Sec. of Interior to President, Feb. 22, and Apr. 15, 1867, returning treaty with amendments. (OIA, LR, St. Peters, S-142, 1867)
Note: Instructions not found.

Ratified treaty no. 361, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of February 23, 1867, with the Seneca, Mixed Seneca and Shawnee, and Quapaw Indians (February 23, 1867)

1. W. H. Watson, Spec. Comr., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, July 21, 1866, re investigation preliminary to a treaty with Seneca and Shawnee of Neosho Agency concerning incorporation of Wyandot into Seneca tribe, with enclosures. (OIA, LR, Central Suptcy., W-580, 1866)
2. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Joseph Bogy and Vital Jarrot, Spec. Comrs., Dec. 6, 1866, instructing them to visit tribes in Kans. re abandonment of their homes and removal to lands south of that State; and letter of same date from Comr. to Thomas Murphy, Supt. of Indian Affairs, introducing the spec. comrs. (OIA, LS, vol. 82, p. 147-148; Central Suptcy., LR, 1866)
3. J. C. Normile, Spec. Ind. Agt., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 15 and 21, 1866, re negotiating for removal of tribes in Kans. (OIA, LR, Central Suptcy., N-128, N-132, 1866)
4. Vital Jarrot and Joseph Bogy to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 15, 1866, reporting on their visits to the tribes in Kans. (OIA, LR, Central Suptcy., I-759, 1866)
5. Credentials of Seneca and Wyandot delegates. (OIA, LR, Neosho, N-26, 1867, enclosures)
6. Interviews with W. H. Watson on Feb. 5, and 9, 1867. (ID, LS, vol. 7, p. 172)
7. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Feb. 25, 1867, reporting on treaty. (ID, LR. 9 p.)
8. Sec. of Interior to President, Feb. 26, 1867. (ID, LS, vol. 7, p. 172)
9. Authority of Sec. of Interior of Aug. 5, 1868, for appointment of spec. agt. to submit amendments to tribes. (OIA, LR, Neosho, I-969, 1868)
Note: For instructions, see note under Treaty of Feb. 18, 1867, and item 2 above. See also items 1, 2, and 4 under Treaty of Feb. 18, 1867. Memorandum re Eastern Shawnee title to their reserve under Treaty of Aug. 8, 1831, with Shawnee (item 3).

Ratified treaty no. 362, treaty of February 27, 1867, with the Potawatomi Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (February 27, 1867)

1. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Feb. 27, 1867, reporting on treaty; Aug. 4, 1868, as amended. (ID, LR)
2. Sec. of Interior to President, Feb. 28, 1867, and Aug. 5, 1868. (ID, LS, vol. 7, p. 175; vol. 8, p. 127)
3. Sec. of Interior to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Aug. 1, 1868, returning amended treaty. (OIA, LR, Potawatomi, I-961, 1868)
Note: For instructions, see item 1 under Treaty of Nov. 21, 1866, and item 2 under Treaty of Feb. 23, 1867. See also items 1, 2, and 4 under Treaty of Feb. 18, 1867, and items 3 and 4 under Treaty of Feb. 23, 1867.

Ratified treaty no. 363, treaty of March 19, 1867, with the Chippewa of the Mississippi Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (March 19, 1867)

1. Comr. of Indian Affairs to C. A. Ruffee and J. B. Bassett, Jan. 8, 1867 (letter and telegram), authorizing visit of Hole-in-the-Day and delegation of Chippewa to Washington. (OIA, LS, vol. 82, p. 251-252) 2. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Mar. 20, 1867, reporting on treaty; Apr. 15, 1867, as amended. (ID, LR) 3. Sec. of Interior to President, Mar. 20 and Apr. 16, 1867. (ID, LS, vol. 7, p. 190, 240) 4. File record of receipt on Apr. 8, 1867, of assent of Indians to amendments. (OIA, LR, Chippewa, B-171, 1867) Note: Instructions not found.

Ratified treaty no. 364, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of October 21, 1867, with the Kiowa and Comanche Indians (October 21, 1867)

1. Councils held from Nov. 10-26, 1866, at Fort Zarah, Kans., by Spec. Agts. Charles Bogy and W. R. Irwin with Cheyenne and Arapaho, Kiowa and Comanche, and Apache. (OIA, Councils and Treaties, unratified)
2. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, July 12, 1867, reporting on origin and progress of Indian hostilities, in answer to Sen. Res. of July 8, 1867. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 16, p. 387-394)
3. J. H. Leavenworth, U. S. Ind. Agt., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, July 24, Aug. 18, Sept. 2 and 16, and Oct. 21, 1867, re meetings with tribes of his agency and of Upper Arkansas. (OIA, LR, Kiowa, L-168, L-178, L-197, L-201, L-221, 1867)
4. Order of President of July 29, 1867, appointing Gen. W. T. Sherman and Brig. Gens. W. S. Harney and Alfred H. Terry, comrs. to serve with: N. G. Taylor (Comr. of Indian Affairs), John B. Henderson (Chmn., Senate Committee on Indian Affairs), S. F. Tappan, and John B. Sanborn--comrs. designated by act of July 20, 1867. (ID, Segregated correspondence of Indian Peace Commissions of 1867-68)
5. Printed copy of General Orders No. 72, Adjutant General's Office, War Department, dated July 30, 1867, embodying text of act of July 20, 1867, to "Establish Peace with Certain Indian Tribes." (See item 4 above.)
6. Proceedings of the commission appointed under act of July 20, 1867, beginning Aug. 6, 1867. Vols. 1-2. (See item 4 above.)
7. Copy of proceedings of commission appointed under act of July 20, 1867, at meetings held on Aug. 6-7, 1867, for organizing of commission and defining of plans for meeting of hostile Indians. (OIA, LR, Upper Platte, I-379, enclosure. 15 p.)
8. Instructions, Aug. 8, 1867. (See item 4 above. 8 p.)
9. Sec. of Interior to members of commission, Aug. 8, 1867, communicating order of President that officers of Army on frontier temporarily be subordinate to commission. (See item 4 above.)
10. Proceedings of council of Sept. 10, 1867, at Fort Larned, Kans., between Thomas Murphy, Supt. of Indian Affairs, and Satanta and Wolf Sleeve, chiefs of Kiowa and Apache, and 13 of the principal men of the tribes. (See item 4 above. 12 p.)
11. Sec. of Interior to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Sept. 14, 1867, agreeing that treaty council be held with Kiowa and Comanche. (OIA, LR, Kiowa, I-442, 1867)
12. A. S. H. White, Sec. to Indian Peace Commission, to Sec. of Interior, Oct. 2, 1867, reviewing work of commission to that date and including itinerary of movements. (See item 4 above. 9 p.)
13. Bvt. Maj. Gen. C. C. Augur to Indian Peace Commission, Oct. 12, 1867 (copy), communicating order of Gen. Grant detailing him (direction of President) to serve as member of commission during absence of Gen. Sherman, including order of President of Oct. 4, 1867, referred to above. (See item 4 above; OIA, LR, Upper Platte, P-148, 1867, enclosure)
14. White to Dept. of Interior, Oct. 21, 1867 (original and copy of telegram), reporting signing of treaty with Kiowa and Comanche. (See item 4 above; OIA, LR, Kiowa, W-529, 1867)
15. Treaty, rough draft. (See item 4 above.)
16. Taylor and White to Sec. of Interior, Nov. 1, 1867, (copies of telegrams), announcing signing of treaties with the "five tribes of south of the Arkansas." (OIA, LR, Upper Platte, T-146, 1867)
17. White to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Apr. 14, 1868, reporting on work of commission. (OIA, LR, Upper Platte, W-907¾, 1868)
18. Record of proceedings of commission at Fort Laramie on May 9, 1868 (copy), which meeting provided for discharge of employees and division of commission into four parts, with duties assigned. (OIA, LR, Upper Platte, K-111, 1868, enclosure. 3 p.)
19. Segregated correspondence of Indian Peace Commission of 1867-68 in Indian Division of Office of Secretary of Interior. In addition to items listed separately above, this file contains a number of letters sent and received by the commission that are not recorded in item 6 above.
20. Correspondence of Indian Peace Commission of 1867-68. (ID, Special Files, No. 3. 1 bundle. Contains material similar to that described in item 19 above.)
21. ID, Special Files, No. 5. Includes original documents of commission.

Ratified treaty no. 365. For documents relating to the negotiation of this treaty see items under ratified treaty no. 364 (October 21, 1867)

See items under Treaty with Kiowa and Comanche of same date, except item 14.

Ratified treaty no. 366, treaty of October 28, 1867, with the Cheyenne and Arapaho Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (October 28, 1867)

Treaty, rough draft. (ID, Segregated correspondence of Indian Peace Commission, 1867-68) See items under Treaty of Oct. 21, 1867, with Kiowa and Comanche, except items 10, 11, and 14.

Ratified treaty no. 367, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of March 2, 1868, with the Tabaquache, Moache, Capote, Wiminuche, Yampa, Grand River, and Unita bands of Ute Indians (March 2, 1868)

1. Unratified agreement of Aug. 29, 1866, with Uinta and Yampa bands of Ute. (Treaties, unratified, 1866)
2. Comr. of Indian Affairs to A. C. Hunt, Gov. and Supt. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 12, 1867, authorizing him to bring Ute delegation to Washington for treaty negotiations. (OIA, LS, vol. 84, p. 556)
3. Gov. Hunt to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Dec. 17, 1867, announcing plans for assembling Ute delegation. (OIA, LR, Colo., C-512, 1867)
4. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Mar. 13, 1868, reporting on treaty; Oct. 31, 1868, as amended. (ID, LR, 15 p.; ID, LR)
5. Undated statement discussing affairs of Ute and their treaty, subscribed by Gov. Hunt, Kit Carson, and others. (Enclosure of report of Mar. 13, 1868, ID, LR, item 4 above)
6. Report (draft) of Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Mar. 13, 1868, item 4 above.*
7. Sec. of Interior to President, Mar. 17, 1868, reporting on treaty; Nov. 2, 1868, as amended. (OIA, LR, Colo., I-956, 1868, enclosure; ID, LS, vol. 8, p. 183)
8. Sec. of Interior to Comr. of Indian Affairs, July 30, 1868, returning treaty with Sen. Res. of amendment and directing its submission to Indians, and enclosing letter of Mar. 17, 1868, from him to President submitting treaty. (OIA, LR, Colo., I-956, 1868)
9. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Gov. Hunt, Aug. 4, 1868, instructing him to obtain consent of Indians to enclosed amendment. (OIA, LS, vol. 87, p. 249-250)
10. Gov. Hunt to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Oct. 14, 1868 (three letters), reporting visits to Ute and returning amendment with their consent thereto. (OIA, LR, Colo., C-1045, C-1049, C-1056, 1868)
Note: Instructions not found. See general instructions described under item 8 of Treaty of Oct. 21, 1867, with Kiowa and Comanche. (See also ID, LS, vol. 7, p. 379, par. 5)

Ratified treaty no. 368, treaty of April 27, 1868, with the Cherokee Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (April 27, 1868)

1. Cherokee delegation to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Jan. 29, 1868, transmitting certified copy of act of National Council of Cherokee Nation of Dec. 11, 1867, providing for appointment of a delegation to settle the affairs of the Nation with the Govt., and including clause authorizing negotiation of new treaty or modification of Treaty of July 19, 1866; and confirmation of delegates by Cherokee Senate. (OIA, LR, Cherokee, W-686, 1868, enclosures)
2. Credentials of Cherokee delegates. (OIA, LR, Cherokee, D-1047, D-1141, 1868)
3. Cherokee delegation to President, Feb. 26, 1868 (copy), requesting that negotiations be opened for a new treaty with their tribe. (OIA, LR, Cherokee, I-715, 1868, enclosure)
4. Cherokee delegation to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Feb. 28 - Apr. 23, 1868, re negotiations. (OIA, LR, Cherokee, D-988, D-1055, D-1082, 1868)
5. Instructions, Mar. 3, 1868. (OIA, LR, Cherokee, I-715, 1868)
6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Cherokee delegation, Mar. 10, 1868, announcing his authorization by the President to meet representatives of Cherokee in discussion re a new treaty. (OIA, LS, vol. 86, p. 76)
7. Lewis Downing and other Cherokee delegates to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Apr. 2 - May 13, 1868, re "project" of new treaty submitted by them. (OIA, LR, Cherokee, D-1047, D-1141, 1868)
8. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Apr. 30, 1868, reporting on treaty. (OIA, LS, Rept. Books, vol. 17, p. 724)
9. Sec. of Interior to President, May 13, 1868. (ID, LS, vol. 8, p. 69-70)

Ratified treaty no. 369, treaty of April 29, 1868, with the Brule, Oglala, Miniconjou, Yanktonai, Hunkpapa, Blackfeet, Cuthead, Two Kettle, Sans Arcs, and Santee bands of Sioux Indians, and the Arapaho Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (April 29, 1868)

1. Unratified treaty (copy) of June 27, 1866, with Brule and Oglala Sioux. (ID, Special Files, No. 5)
2. Proceedings of special commission appointed by the President to visit Indians in neighborhood of Fort Phil Kearney, beginning on Mar. 4, 1867. (ID, Record of Treaty Commissions, 1867. 2 vols.)
3. Proceedings of councils with Brulé Sioux at Fort Laramie, Apr. 4, 13, 28, and 29, 1868. (ID, Special Files, No. 5. 34 p.)
4. A. S. H. White to Sec. of Interior, May 2 and 4, 1868 (telegrams), reporting signing of treaty by Brulé Sioux on Apr. 30, 1867. (OIA, LR, Upper Platte, W-835, 1868; ID, Records of Treaty Commissions)
5. J. B. Sanborn to Comr. of Indian Affairs, May 28 and June 1, 1868 (telegrams), reporting signing of treaty by Oglala and Miniconjou Sioux. (OIA, LR, Upper Platte, S-589, S-593, 1868)
6. J. B. Sanborn and W. S. Harney to Comr. of Indian Affairs, June 4, 1868, reporting signing of treaty on May 25, 1868, by 36 chiefs and warriors of Oglala Sioux, and enclosing copies of instructions and orders issued by the commission. (OIA, LR, Upper Platte, K-115, 1868)
7. Bvt. Col. W. E. Dye, Commanding at Fort Laramie, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 20, 1868, reporting proceedings, Nov. 4-6, 1868, at signing of treaty by additional chiefs of Oglala Sioux, including Red Cloud. (ID, LR, enclosure of report of Jan. 28, 1869, from Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior. With this report is a letter of Dec. 22, 1868, from Secretary of War, and other papers. For a copy of Col. Dye's report, see OIA, LR, Upper Platte, W-1184, 1868.)
8. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Jan. 28, 1869, reporting on treaty. (ID, LR)
9. Sec. of Interior to President, Feb. 2, 1869. (ID, LS, vol. 8, p. 233)
See also items 2, 4-9, and 17-21 under Treaty of Oct. 21, 1867, with Kiowa and Comanche.

Ratified treaty no. 370, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of May 7, 1868, with the Crow Indians (May 7, 1868)

1. J. F. Kinney, Member of Commission, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, June 4 and 17, 1867, re visit to Indians in vicinity of Fort Phil Kearney under authority to visit Crows. (OIA, LR, Upper Platte, K-51, K-52, 1867. 8 p., 12 p.)
2. H. M. Matthews, Spec. Agt. of Peace Commission, to N. G. Taylor, President of Commission, Feb. 18, 1868, re reporting on his visit to Crows and other tribes. (ID, Records of Treaty Commissions. 20 p.)
3. Minutes of proceedings of council with Crows, May 6-7, 1868, with file record of receipt on May 23, 1868, from George B. Willis, Photographer to Peace Commission. (2 p., title p.)*
4. Treaty (two copies, one including proclamation of Aug. 12, 1868.)*
5. A. S. H. White to Comr. of Indian Affairs, May 11, 1868 (telegram), reporting conclusion of treaties with Crows and Northern Cheyenne and with Arapaho. (ID, Records of Treaty Commssions)
6. J. B. Sanborn to Comr. of Indian Affairs, May 20, 1868, enclosing treaties with Crows and Northern Cheyenne and with Arapaho. (2 p.)*
7. J. B. Sanborn and W. S. Harney to Sec. of Interior, May 20, 1868 (copy), reporting on treaty. (ID, LR, enclosure of report of Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, July 3, 1868)
8. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, July 3, 1868, reporting on treaty. (ID, LR)
9. Sec. of Interior to President, July 6, 1868. (ID, LS, vol. 8, p. 102-103)
See also items 2, 4-9, and 17-21 under Treaty of Oct. 21, 1867, with Kiowa and Comanche, and item 2 under Treaty of Apr. 29, 1868.

Ratified treaty no. 371, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of May 10, 1868, with the Northern Cheyenne and Northern Arapaho Indians (May 10, 1868)

Treaty (copy).* See items 2, 4-9, and 17-21 under Treaty of Oct. 21, 1867, with Kiowa and Comanche. Item 2 under Treaty of Apr. 29, 1848. Items 4-6 and 8-9 under Treaty of May 7, 1868.

Ratified treaty no. 372, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of June 1, 1868, with the Navaho Indians (June 1, 1868)

1. Proceedings (copy) of meeting of Indian Peace Commission at Fort Laramie on May 9, 1868, authorizing Comrs. Sherman and Tappan to treat with Navaho. (ID, Records of Treaty Commissions)
2. Proceedings of council held with Navaho by Comrs. Sherman and Tappan, May 28-30, 1868. (ID, Records of Treaty Commissions. 24 p.)
3. Theodore H. Dodd, U. S. Ind. Agt., to Sherman and Tappan, May 30, 1868 (copy), re condition of Navaho. (ID, Records of Treaty Commissions. 7 p.)
4. Sherman to Sec. of Interior, June 1, 1868, forwarding copy of treaty and reporting. Endorsed by S. F. Tappan. Enclosure: Letter of same date from Gen. Sherman to Gen. George W. Getty, Commanding District of N. Mex., re treaty. (ID, Records of Treaty Commissions)
5. Tappan to Comr. of Indian Affairs, June 16, 1868, reporting on treaty. (ID, Records of Treaty Commissions. 4 p.)
6. Sec. of Interior to President, June 18, 1868. (ID, LS, vol. 8, p. 88-89)
See items 2, 4-9, and 17-21 under Treaty of Oct. 21, 1867, with Kiowa and Comanche.

Ratified treaty no. 373, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of July 3, 1868, with the eastern band of Shoshoni and Bannock Indians (July 3, 1868)

1. Unratified treaty of Oct. 14, 1863. (ID, Treaties, unratified, 1863)
2. F. H. Head, Supt. of Indian Affairs, to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Feb. 12 and 15, 1868, re unperfected treaty of Oct. 14, 1863, with mixed bands of Bannock and Shoshoni. (OIA, LR, Utah Suptcy., H-516, H-520, 1868)
3. Head to President of Peace Commission, Apr. 14, 1868, re assembling of Indians for treaty negotiations. (OIA, LR, Utah, H-595, 1868)
4. Treaty (copy), presented by Gen. C. C. Augur on Oct. 7, 1868.*
5. Bvt. Maj. Gen. C. C. Augur to President of Peace Commission, Oct. 4, 1868, reporting on his visit to "Snakes, Bannocks and other Indians along the line of the Union Pacific Railroad in Utah," as authorized by resolution of the commission of May 9, 1868. Minutes of councils embodied in report. (ID, Spec. Files, No. 5. 22 p.)
6. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Jan. 28, 1869, reporting on treaty. (ID, LR)
7. Sec. of Interior to President, Feb. 2, 1869. (ID, LS, vol. 8, p. 233)
See items 2, 4-9, and 17-21 under Treaty of Oct. 21, 1867, with Kiowa and Comanche.

Ratified treaty no. 374, treaty of August 13, 1868, with the Nez Perce Indians. For a list of documents relating to this treaty see special list no. 6 (August 13, 1868)

1. James O'Neill, U. S. Ind. Agt., to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Nov. 21, 1867, enclosing petition of "Lawyer," Chief of Nez Percés, to visit Washington with other representatives of his tribe. (OIA, LR, Idaho, O-36, 1867)
2. Comr. of Indian Affairs to O'Neill, Jan. 3, 1868, authorizing visit of Nez Percés to Washington. (OIA, LS, vol. 85, p. 214-215)
3. O'Neill to Comr. of Indian Affairs, Feb. 4, 1868, reporting his proceedings under instructions (see item 2 above). (OIA, LR, Idaho, O-48, 1868)
4. Nez Percés delegation to Comr. of Indian Affairs, June 30, 1868, requesting that their grievances be stated by Doctor Newell, their own interpreter. (OIA, LR, Idaho, L-356, 1868)
5. Comr. of Indian Affairs to Sec. of Interior, Jan. 11, 1869, reporting on treaty. (ID, LR)
6. Sec. of Interior to President, Jan. 12, 1869. (ID, LS, vol. 8, p. 213)
Note: Instructions not found. See also items for 1866-67 under Treaty of June 9, 1863.

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of August 18, 1821, between the Menominee, Winnebago, and New York Indians (August 18, 1821)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of August 18, 1821, with the Menominee, Winnebago, and New York Indians (August 18, 1821)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of December 4, 1821, with the Creek and Cherokee Indians (December 4, 1821)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of August 9, 1822, between the Cherokee and Osage Indians (August 9, 1822)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of July 10, 1830, between the Confederated Sauk and Fox, Sioux, Winnebago, and Menominee Indians, and assented to by the Omaha, Iowa, and Oto and Missouri Indians (July 10, 1830)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of May 10, 1831, between the Creek and Osage Indians (May 10, 1831)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of July 1, 1831, between the Western Creek, Cherokee, and Osage Indians (July 1, 1831)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of November 12, 1833, between the Delaware, Pawnee, Shawnee, Kansas, Iowa, Oto, Omaha, Kickapoo, Wea, Peoria, Piankashaw, Kaskaskia, Ottowa, and Potawatomi Indians (November 12, 1833)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of January 5, 1835, with the Great and Little Osage Indians (January 5, 1835)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of May 24, 1836, with the Saginaw band of Chippewa Indians (May 24, 1836)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of September 19, 1836, with the Stockbridge and Munsee Indians (September 19, 1836)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of October 9, 1849, with the Sioux Indians (October 9, 1849)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of December 10, 1850, with the Comanche and other Indians (December 10, 1850)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of April 19, 1851, with the Kalapuya and Molala Indians (April 19, 1851)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of April 2, 1851, with the Apache Indians (April 2, 1851)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of July 14, 1851, with the Rogue River Indians (July 14, 1851)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of August 1, 1851, with the Chinook Indians (August 1, 1851)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of October 28, 1851, with the Comanche Indians (October 28, 1851)

Documents relating to the negotiation of unratified treaties with the various bands of Mission Indians of California (1851-1852)

Note: These treaties were negotiated in 1851 and 1852, and were sent to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs in April 1852. Transmitted to the Senate of the United States in 1852, the existence and contents of these treaties were not made public until January 18, 1905.

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of April 7, 1853, with the Apache Indians (April 7, 1853)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of August 6, 1853, with the Winnebago Indians (August 6, 1853)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of March 25, 1854, with the Kalapuya Indians (March 25, 1854)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of December 16, 1856, with the Christian Indians (December 16, 1856)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of September 24, 1858, with the Pawnee Indians (September 24, 1858)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of December 25, 1858, with the Navajo Indians (December 25, 1858)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty in 1858 with the Christian Indians (1858)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of February 15, 1861, with the Navajo Indians (February 15, 1861)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of April 4, 1862, with the Shawnee Indians (April 4, 1862)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of 1862, with the Shawnee Indians (1862)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of February 3, 1863, with the Potawatomi Indians (February 3, 1853)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of April 6, 1863, with the Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache Indians (April 6, 1863)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of May 21, 1863, with the Shawnee Indians (May 21, 1863)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of August 29, 1863, with the Osage Indians (August 29, 1863)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of September 3, 1863, with the Creek Indians (September 3, 1863)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of September 4, 1863, with the Sauk and Fox Indians (September 4, 1863)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of October 14, 1863, with the Bannock and Shoshoni Indians (October 14, 1863)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of March 18, 1864, with the Shawnee Indians (March 18, 1864)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of June 11, 1864, with the Kaw Indians (June 11, 1864)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of June 15, 1864, with the Delaware Indians (June 15, 1864)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of June 8, 1865, with the Ute Indians (June 8, 1865)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of September 13, 1865, with the Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Osage, Seminole, Seneca, Shawnee, and Quapaw Indians (September 13, 1865)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of September 18, 1865, with the Weber band of Ute Indians and the Paiute Indians (September 18, 1865)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of March 1, 1866, with the Shawnee Indians (March 1, 1866)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of April 12, 1866, with the Shoshoni Indians (April 12, 1866)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of June 13, 1866, with the Cherokee Indians (June 13, 1866)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of June 27, 1866, with the Cheyenne Indians and the Brule and Oglala Sioux Indians (June 27, 1866)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of July 16, 1866, with the Crow Indians (July 16, 1866)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of August 29, 1866, with the Uintah and Grand River bands of Ute Indians (August 29, 1866)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of February 13, 1867, with the Kaw Indians and the Sauk and Fox of Missouri Indians (February 13, 1867)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of March 2, 1867, with the Shawnee Indians (March 2, 1867)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of May 27, 1868, with the Osage Indians (May 27, 1868)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of June 1, 1868, with the Christian and Munsee Indians and the Swan Creek and Black River bands of Chippewa Indians (June 1, 1868)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty in July and September 1868, with the Gros Ventre, Blackfeet, Shoshoni, and Bannock Indians (July-September 1868)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of September 2, 1868, with the Creek Indians (September 2, 1868)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of December 10, 1868, with the Shoshoni Indians (December 10, 1868)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of February 11, 1869, with the Iowa Indians and the Sauk and Fox of Missouri Indians (February 11, 1869)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of February 13, 1869, with the Oto and Missouri Indians (February 13, 1869)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of March 9, 1869, with the Miami Indians (March 9, 1869)

Documents relating to the negotiation of an unratified treaty of March 13, 1869, with the Kaw Indians (March 13, 1869)

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the years 1826-1839 ([1826-1839])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the years 1840-1845 ([1840-1845])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the years 1846-1850 ([1846-1850])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1851 ([1851])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1852 ([1852])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1853 ([1853])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1854 ([1854])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1855 ([1855])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1856 ([1856])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1857 ([1857])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1858 ([1858])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1859 ([1859])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1860 ([1860])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1861 ([1861])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1862 ([1862])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1863 ([1863])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1864 ([1864])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1865 ([1865])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1865 ([1865])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1866 ([1866])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1867 ([1867])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1868 ([1868])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1869 ([1869])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1870 ([1870])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1871 ([1871])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1872 ([1872])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1873 ([1873])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1874 ([1874])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1875 ([1875])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1876 ([1876])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1877 ([1877])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1878 ([1878])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1879 ([1879])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1880 ([1880])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1881 ([1881])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1882 ([1882])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1883 ([1883])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1884 ([1884])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1885 ([1885])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1886 ([1886])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1887 ([1887])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1888 ([1888])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1889 ([1889])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1890 ([1890])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1891: Part 1 ([1891])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1891: Part 2 ([1891])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1892 ([1892])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1893 ([1893])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1894 ([1894])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1895 ([1895])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1896 ([1896])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1897 ([1897])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1898 ([1898])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1899: Part I ([1899])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1899: Part II ([1899])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1900: Part I ([1900])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1900: Part II ([1900])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1901: Part I ([1901])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1901: Part II ([1901])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1902: Part I ([1902])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1902: Part II ([1902])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1903: Part I ([1903])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1903: Part II ([1903])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1904: Part I ([1904])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1904: Part II ([1904])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1905: Part I ([1905])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1905: Part II ([1905])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1906 ([1906])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1907 ([1907])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1908 ([1908])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1909 ([1909])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1910 ([1910])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1911 ([1911])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1912 ([1912])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1913 ([1913])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the year 1914 ([1914])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the years 1915-1917 ([1915-1917])

United States. Office of Indian Affairs Annual report of the commissioner of Indian affairs, for the years 1921-1932 ([1921-1932])


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