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0129: [LOWER BRULÉ SIOUX TREATY]

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0129: [LOWER BRULÉ SIOUX TREATY]

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129. [LOWER BRULÉ SIOUX TREATY] Imprint entitled "Treaty Between The United States of America and the Lower Brulé Band of Dakota or Sioux Indians" concluded at Fort Sully, Territory of Dakota, Oct 14, 1865. DS in print, 7pp, 8"x12½". Ratification advised with amendment Mar 5, 1866 and proclaimed Mar 17, 1866 by President Andrew Johnson. It is agreed that "the Lower Brulé...hereby acknowledge themselves to be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction and authority of the U. S....not only to cease all hostilities against the persons and property of its citizens..." Signed in print by nine chiefs and six chief soldiers. The Indians also agreed to be placed on reservations, the Lower Brulés at the mouth of the White River, to include Fort Lookout. Light general toning, especially at edges; wraps evidence minor edge chips and tears with minimal paper loss; else VG. Est: $700-900
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0129: [LOWER BRULÉ SIOUX TREATY]

Estimate $700 - $900
Mar 15, 2003
Starting Price $700
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0129: 0129: [LOWER BRULÉ SIOUX TREATY]

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Est. $700 - $900Starting Price $700
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Sat, Mar 15, 2003 12:00 PM
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Lot 0129 Details

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129. [LOWER BRULÉ SIOUX TREATY] Imprint entitled "Treaty Between The United States of America and the Lower Brulé Band of Dakota or Sioux Indians" concluded at Fort Sully, Territory of Dakota, Oct 14, 1865. DS in print, 7pp, 8"x12½". Ratification advised with amendment Mar 5, 1866 and proclaimed Mar 17, 1866 by President Andrew Johnson. It is agreed that "the Lower Brulé...hereby acknowledge themselves to be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction and authority of the U. S....not only to cease all hostilities against the persons and property of its citizens..." Signed in print by nine chiefs and six chief soldiers. The Indians also agreed to be placed on reservations, the Lower Brulés at the mouth of the White River, to include Fort Lookout. Light general toning, especially at edges; wraps evidence minor edge chips and tears with minimal paper loss; else VG. Est: $700-900
"Presented by Signature House"

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