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TREATY WITH THE BOIS FORTE INDIANS. Arm:. 7, 1866. 767 plies, and instructions in farming, the same shall continue in full force to remain in mx and eifect, but the benefits thereof shall be transferred to the Chippewas MCF- 0 of me Superior. Vg,;,;,;,;;},} · ARTICLE VIII. The United States also agree to pay the necessary expensesofdelo expenses of transportation and subsistence of the delegates who have vis- fsf); *° W”i" ited Washington for the purpose of negotiating this treaty, not exceeding g ' the sum of ten thousand dollars. In testimony whereof, the undersigned, Commissioners on behalf of the United States, and the delegates on behalf of the Bois Forte band of Chippewas, have hereunto set their hands and seals the day and year first above written. D. N. COOLEY, Obm’r of Ind. Afairs. L. s. E. E. L. TAYLOR, Special O'0m’r. [L. sg GABESHCODAWAY, or Going through the Prairie, his x mark. [L. S.] BABAWMADJEWESHCANG, or Mountain Traveller, his x mark. [L. s.] ADAWAWNEQUABENACE, or Twin-haired Bird, his x mark. [L. s.] SAGWADACAMEGISHCANG, or He who Tries the Earth, his x mark. L. s. NEONIN G, or The Four Fingers, his x mark. [L. s.] WABAWGAMAWGAU, or The Tomahawk, his x mark. [L. s.] GANAWAWBAMIN A, or He who is Looked at, his x mark. [L. s.] GAWNANDAWAWINZO, or Berry Hunter, his x mark. L. s. ABETANG, or He who Inhabits. his x mark. [L. s.] In presence of — Lnrnnn E. Wann, [L. s.] UT S Indian Agent for Olnppewas, Lake Superior. Josnrn D. Gmmon, [L. s.] (I S. Interpreter, Lake Superior. J. C. Rausizr. Bm:.r’N Tnomrsou. PETER Ror. [L 8] D. Gao. Moxnrson.' Vmcnnr Ror, Jr. W. H. Wuson. And whereas the said treaty, having been submitted to the Senate of _Retidostion the United States for its constitutional action thereon, the Senate did, on ;£‘t_°“‘°“d' the twenty-sixth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-six, advise and consent to the ratification of the same, with an amendment, in the words and Ggures following, to wit:- In Exnoocrxvn Session, Senna or rms Umrnn Srazrns, April 26, 1866. Resolved, (two thirds of the Senators present concurring,) That the Senate advise and consent to the ratification of the articles of a treaty made and concluded at Washington, District of Columbia, the seventh day of April, 1866, between the United States and the Bois Forte band of Chippewa Indians, with the following AMENDMENT: Article IV., line 4, strike out the word " fifty," and insert in lieu there- Anlo, p. 766. of the word thirty. Attest: J. W. FORNEY, Sscretary.