Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 7.djvu/229

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TREATY WITH THE OTTAWAS, ETC. 1821. 219 of the said river St. Joseph, at the mouth thereof, and thence with the said south bank to the place of beginning. Am-. 2. From the cession aforesaid, there shall be reserved, for the Reservation;, use of the Indians, the following Tracts: One tract at Mang·ach-qua Village, on the river Peble, of six miles s uare. qOne tract at Mick-ke-saw-be, of six miles square. One tract at the village of N a-to—wa·se-pe, of four miles square. One tract at the village of Prairie Ronde, of three miles square. One tract at the village of Match-e-be-narh-she-wish, at the head of the Kekalamazoo river. Ama 3. There shall be granted by the United States to each of the Grants to perfollowing persons, being all Indians by descent, and to their heirs, the $°¤° ¤¤m€d· following Tracts of Land: To John Burnet, two sections of land. To James Burnet, Abraham Burnet, Rebecca Burnet, and Nancy Burnet, each one section of land; which said John, James, Abraham, Rebecca, and Nancy, are children of Kaw-kee-me, sister of Top·ni-be, principal chief of the Potwatamie nation. The land granted to the persons immediately preceding, shall begin Location of on the north bank of the river St. Joseph, about two miles from the the P¤'€<>¢di¤g mouth, and shall extend up and back from the said river for quantity. gm'"' To John B. La Lime, son of Noke-no-qua, one-half of a section of Fmhergyanw, land, adjoining the tract before granted, and on the upper side thereof To Jean B. Chandonai, son of Chip-pe-wa-qua, two sections of land, on the river St. Joseph, above and adjoining the tract granted to J. B. La Lime. To Joseph Dazé, son of Chip-pe-wa-qua, one section of land above and adjoining the tract granted to Jean B. Chandonai. To Monguago, one-half of a section of land, at Mish-she-wa~kokink. To Pierre Moran or Peeresh, a Potawatamie Chief, one section of land, and to his children two sections of land, at the mouth of the Elkheart river. To Pierre Le Clerc, son of Moi—qua, one section of land on the Elk-heart river, above and adjoining the tract granted to Moran and his children. The section of land granted by the Treaty of St. Mary’s, in 1818, to Peeresh or Perig, shall be granted to Jean B. Cicot, son of Pe-say-quot, sister of the said Peeresh, it having been so intended at the execution of the said Treaty. To O-she-ak-ke-be or Benac, one-half of a section of land on the north side of the Elk-heart river, where the road from Chicago to Fort Wayne first crosses the said river. To Me-naw-che, a Potawatamie woman, one-half of a section of land on the eastern bank of the St. Joseph, where the road from Detroit to Chicago first crosses the said river. To Theresa Chandler or To-e-ak-qui, a Potawatamie woman, and to her daughter Betsey Fisher, one section of land on the south side of the Grand River, opposite to the Spruce Swamp. To Charles Beaubien and Medart Beaubien, sons of Man-na—ben-a- qua, each one-half of a section of land near the village of Ke-wi—goshkeem, on the Washtenaw river. To Antoine Roland, son of I-gat-pat-a—wat—a·mie—qua, one-half of a section of land adjoining and below the tract granted to Pierre Moran. To William Knaggs or Was-es-kuk-son, son of Ches-qua, one-half gg p section of land adjoining and below the tract granted to Antoine 0 and.