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TREATY WITH THE SACS AND FOXES. 1836. 517 In testimony whereof, we have hereunto set our hands and seals the day and year first above written. l Executed in presence of H. DODGE. Wa»pa·ca, Nan-a.wa.pit, Po-we-seek, Keo-kuck, Qui-ya-ni-pe-na, Pa-shepaaho, Au-sa-wa.-kuk, We-she-oa-ma·quit, Wa-ko-sa-see, Ap-pi-nuis, Sa-sa-pe-ma, Pe-at-sbin-wa, Ma-wha-wi, Wa-po-pa-nas-kuck, Wa-pu-sa-kun, Wa-ta-pe-naut, Pa—ka-ka, Pa-na-see, We-se-au·ke.no.huck, Ma-ke.no-na-see, Ka-ba-kee, Na-che-min. Na-a-buck, In presence of us, James W. Grimes, Secty. of Commission. Jos. M. Street, Ind. Agt. Ant. St. Clair, Interpreter. Frans. Labussir, Interpreter. James Craig. Jeremiah Smith. Nathl. Knapp. Daniel Geire. Erastus H. Bassett. Geo. Catlin. Robt. Serrell Wood. To the Indian names nrc subdoined a mark and seal. ARTICLES OF A TREATY Zlhde and entered into at the treaty ground on the right bank of Sept. 28, 1836. the Ilhssissnvpi river in the county of Debuque and Territory of Wisconsin opposite Rock island, on the twenty-eighth day Feb. 27, 1837-, ¢g”September one thousand eight hundred and thirty-six, between enry Dodge commissioner on the part of the United States, of the one part, and the confederated tribes of Sac and For ndians represented in general council by the undersigned chids headmen and warriors of the said tribes, of the other part. Wnenms by the second article of the treaty made between the A¤te,p,:·,74. United States and the confederated tribes of Sac and Fox Indians on the twenty-tirst day of September one thousand eight hundred and thirty- two, a reservation of four hundred sections of land was made to the Sac and Fox Indians to be laid oH` under the direction of the President of the United States in conformity to the provisions of said article, and the same having been so subsequently laid out accordingly, and the confederated tribes of Sacs and Foxes being desirous of obtaining additional means of support, and to pay their just creditors have entered into this treaty, and make the following cession of land. Amrctn 1. The confederated tribes of Sacs and Foxes for the pur- Lam; mdcd to poses above expressed, and for and in consideration of the stipulations the U. S. and agreements hereinafter expressed, do hereby cede to the United States forever, the said reservation of four hundred sections of land as designated in the second article of the treaty made between the United States and the confederated tribes of Sacs and Foxes as the same lhas been surveyed and laid 0H' by order of the President of the United States. Anrrcna 2. In consideration of the cession contaipeld in the preceding