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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)

Ratified treaty no. 292, documents relating to the negotiation of the treaty of June 22, 1855, with the Choctaw and Chickasaw Indians,   pp. [1]-[35] PDF (24.3 MB)


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FRANKLIN PIERCE,
Amelika United States Alasha i Plesitent,
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FRANKLIN PIERCE,
President of the United States of America,
MOYUMA MICHA ACHAFOHA AIYUKA HOLISSO ILVP- TO ALL AND SINGULAR TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS
PUT Al IM OHONA KUT Al OKPARANCHI.             SHALL COME, GREETING:
Omishke, treaty Anumpa tobut ai cIlhtaba kut
Washington City, Chun nittak pokoli tuklo
akucha tuklo tablepa awah untuchina pokoli
tahlapi akucha tahlapi fehna, George W. Many-
penny, United States ai i kummishina binili;
iikma Peter P. Pitchlynn, Israel Folsom, Sam-
uel Garland, micha Dixon W. Lewis, Chahta
okla ai i kummishina chicya; mikma Edmund
Pickins micha Sampson Folsom, Chikasha okla
ai i kvmmishina chieya yohmi ho ai itim api-
hinsa tok treaty Aiumpa yumma a foyuka isht
a mahanya kut iluppa koke.
Olme, George W. Manypenny, United States
in kummishina, Peter P. Pitchlynn,, Israel
Folsom, Samuel Garland, micha Dixon W.
Lewis, Chahta in Kummishina uhleha; micha
Edmund Pickens, Sampson Folsom, Chikasha
in Kummishina, Washington City yg, Chun
22, 1855, yummak o ai itibaiachufut apihisa
tok.
Chalita okla, micla Chikasba okla ai itiba-
chufa he, nan itim apihisa tok kia, ai itachowut
ik itim antiyot takanil hatuk o; micha United
States aiena ka, nana ai itim ahalaia puta ka,
ai itim apoksiacha he ulhpesa hatuk o; yumoh-
mi cha United States ut Chalita okla ha yakni
ullipisa hushi aiokatula longitude achi, holhtina
tahlepa achufa ya mislia i hushi okatula imma
Whereas, a treaty was made and concluded at
the city of Washington, on the twenty-second
day of June, one thousand eight hundred and
fifty-five, by George W. Manypenny, commis-
sioner on the part of the United States; Peter
P. Pitchlynn, Israel Folsom, Samuel Garland, and
Dixon W. Lewis, commissioners on the part of
the Choctaws; and Edmund Pickens and Samp-
son Folsom, commissioners on the part of the
Chickasaws, which treaty is in the words follow-
ing, to wit:
Articles of agreement and convention between
the United States and the Choctaw and Chick-
asaw tribes of Indians, made and concluded at
the city of Washington, the twenty-second
day of June, A. D. one thousand eight hund-
red and fifty-five, by George W. Manypenny,
commissioner on the part of the United States;
Peter P. Pitchlynn, Israel Folsom, Samuel
Garland, and Dixon W. Lewis, commissioners
on the part of the Choctaws; and Edmund
Pickens and Samson Folsom, commissioners
on the part of the Chickasaws:
Whereas, the political connexjon heretofore
existing between the Choctaw and Chickasaw
tribes of Indians, has given rise to unhappy and
injurious dissensions and controversies among
them, which render necessary a readjustment of
their relations to each other and to the United
States: and, whereas, the United States desire
that the Choctaw Indians shall relinquish all
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