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Treaty between the US and Sans Arcs

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Treaty between the US and Sans Arcs

Lot 0184 Details

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Heading: (Indian Treaties - Sioux)
Author:
Title: Treaty Between the United States of America and the sans Arcs Band of Dakota or Sioux Indians
Place Published: Washington
Publisher:
Date Published: 1866
Description:


6pp. (Folio) 31.3x20.3 cm (12¼x8"), folded pamphlet.



The treaty was concluded at Forty Sully, Dakota Territory, by Gen. H.H. Sibley and Newton Edmunds, ratified on March 5, 1866, and proclaimed by President Johnson on March 17. Agreeing to a cessation of violence between the tribe and the U.S. government and offering thirty dollars annually, per family, for not interfering with citizens travelling overland through their land

Condition
Dampstain to upper left at fold, small amount of loss affecting all pages; otherwise very good.
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Treaty between the US and Sans Arcs

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Jul 12, 2018
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Lot 0184 Details

Description
...
Heading: (Indian Treaties - Sioux)
Author:
Title: Treaty Between the United States of America and the sans Arcs Band of Dakota or Sioux Indians
Place Published: Washington
Publisher:
Date Published: 1866
Description:


6pp. (Folio) 31.3x20.3 cm (12¼x8"), folded pamphlet.



The treaty was concluded at Forty Sully, Dakota Territory, by Gen. H.H. Sibley and Newton Edmunds, ratified on March 5, 1866, and proclaimed by President Johnson on March 17. Agreeing to a cessation of violence between the tribe and the U.S. government and offering thirty dollars annually, per family, for not interfering with citizens travelling overland through their land

Condition
...
Dampstain to upper left at fold, small amount of loss affecting all pages; otherwise very good.

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