TRIEATY WITH THE CHIPPEWA INDIANS. Ocronun 2, 1863. 669 throughout the country hereby ceded, until otherwise directed by congress or the President of the United States. ARTICLE VIII. In further consideration of the foregoing cession, it is Grant of 160 hereby agreed·that the United States shall grant to each male adult half- ’*°’$¤,°f Els ’° breed or mixed-blood who is related by blood to the said Chippewas of iggigfs? 9% the said Red Lake or Pembina bands who has adopted the habits and customs of civilized life, and who is a citizen of the United States, a homestead of one hundred and sixty acres of land, to be selected at his option, within the limits of the tract of country hereby ceded to the United States, on any land not previously occupied by actual settlers. or covered by prior grants, the boundaries thereof to be adjusted in con- $*56 ¤m°¤d· formity with the lines of the official surveys when the same shall be made, mmm p' 4G' and with the laws and regulations of the United States affecting the location and entry of the same. ARTICLE IX. Upon the urgent request of the Indians, parties to this fRi¤°¥V¤ti°¤¤ b treaty, there shall be set apart from the tract hereby ceded a reservation 20,.%; zfligseac of (640) six hundred and forty acres near the mouth of Thief River for Moose Dung the chief “Moose Dung," and a like reservation of (640) six hundred and wd Red B°‘“· forty acres for the chief "Red Bear," on the north side of Pembina River. In witness whereof, the said Alexander Ramsey and Ashley C. Morrill, commissioners on the part of the United States, and the chiefs, headmen, and warriors of the Red Lake aud Pembina bands of Chippewa Indians, have hereunto set their hands, at the Old Crossing of Red Signature- Lake River, in the State of Minnesota, this second day of October, in the October 2, 1863. year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-three. ALEX. RAMSEY, ASHLEY C. MORRILL, Commissioners. MONS-O-MO, his x mark, Moose Dung, Chief of Red Lake. KAW-WASH-KE-NE-KAY, his x mark, Crooked Arm, Chief of Red Lake. ASE-E—NE-WUB, his x mark, Little Rock, Chief of Red Lakfe]. MIS-CO-MUK-QUOH, his x mark, Red Bear, Chief of Pcmbina. ASE-ANSE, his x mark, Little Shell, Chief of Pembina. MIS-CO-CO-NOY-A, his x mark, Red Rob, Warrior of Red Lake. KA-CHE-UN·ISH-E-NAWZBAY, his x mark, The Big Indian, Warrior of Red Lake. NEO-KI-ZHICK, his x mark, Four Skies, Warrior of Red Lake. NEBENE-QUIN-GWVA-HAWEGAW, his x mark, Summer Wolverine, Warrior of Pembina. JOSEPH GORNON, his x mark, `Warrior of Pembina. JOSEPH MONTREUIL, his x mark, Warrior of Pembina. TEB-ISH-KE·KE·SHIG, his x mark, Warrior of Pembina. MAY-ZHUE-E-YAUSH, his x mark, Dropping Wind, Head Warrior of Red Lake. MIN-DU-IVAH-YV IN G, his x mark, Berry Hunter, Warrior of Red Lake. NAW-GAUN-E-GWAN-ABE, his x mark, Leading Feather, Chief of Red Lake. Signed in presence of —— PAUL H. BEAULIEU, Special Interpreter. PETER Ror, “ " T. A. WARREN, UZ S. Interpreter. J. A. WHEELOCK, Secretary. REUBEN OTTMAN, "
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