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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

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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
Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 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.

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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, pp. [1]-[23]


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