TREATY WITH THE CHIPPEWAS. 1819. 203 Am. 4. As the said tribe contemplate removing from the country Annuity,whero they now occupy, the annuity herein provided for shall be paid at such *° b° Pudplaee as may be hereinafter agreed upon between the United States and P°°t’P` m0' said tribe. Ama 5. This treaty, aiier the same shall be ratified by the President T¤’¢¤*Y l?i¤di¤8 and Senate of the United States, shall be binding on the contracting Wim" '°"£°d‘ parties. In testimony whereof; the said Benjamin Parke, commissioner as aforesaid, and the Chiefs, Warriors, and Head Men, of the said tribe, have hereunto set their hands, at Fort Harrison, the thirtieth day of August, in the year eighteen hundred and nineteen. B. PARKE. Wagohaw, Macatewaket, Tecumcena, Pelechenh, Kaahna, Kechemaquaw, Macacanaw, Pacakinqua. La Ferine, In the presence of Jno. Law, Secretary to the Commissioner. William Prince, Indian Agent. William Markle. Andrew Brooks. Pierre Laplante. James C. Turner. Samuel L. Richardson. Michel Brouillet, U. S. Interpreter. To the Indian names are subjoined marks. ARTICLES OF A TREATY Made and concluded at Saginaw, in the Territory of Michigan, Sept. 24, 1819. between the United States of America, by their Commissioner, Lewis Cass, and the Chippewa nation of Indians. March 25, 1826. ART. 1. The Chippewa nation of Indians, in consideration of the The Chi pz_ stipulations herein made on the part of the United States, do hereby, was eede limd forever, cede to the United States the land comprehended within the *° U·S· following lines and boundaries: Beginning at a point in the present Bounds of the Indian boundary line, which runs due north from the mouth of the great °°“‘°”· Auglaize river, six miles south of the place where the base line, so called, intersects the same; thence, west, sixty miles; thence, in a direct line, to the head of Thunder Bay River; thence, down the same, following the courses thereof, to the mouth; thence, northeast, to the boundary line between the United States and the British Province of Upper Canada_; thence, with the same, to the line established by the treaty of Detroit, in the year one thousand eight hundred and seven; thence, with the said line, to the place of beginning. Ama 2. From the cession aforesaid the following tracts of land shall Reservations be reserved, for the use of the Chippewa nation of Indians: f!°:* ‘h° °°°‘ One tract, of eight thousand acres, on the east side of the river An °’° ' Sable, near where the Indians now live. One tract, of two thousand acres, on the river Mesagwisk. One tract, of six thousand acres, on the north side of the river Kawkawling, at the Indian village. One tract, of five thousand seven hundred and sixty acres, upon the glint river, to include Reaum’s village, and a place called Kishkawawee.
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