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Affairs agency agent Alabama answer appear appointed approved arpens arrival authority believe called Captain certifying chiefs claims Colonel command communication concession consideration considered contracts copy course Creek December Delassus Department directed district dollars doubt duty effect emigration enclose evidence examination executed fact February Florida force frauds further Georgia Gibson give given Government governor grant Hogan honor hope hundred immediately Indians instructions intendant issued January John King land leave letter Major March matter means necessary negroes November obedient servant object obtained opinion paid party persons possession present President proper provisions purchase reason received referred regulations relation remain removal request reservations respect respectfully river royal Secretary Seminole sent survey taken thing Thompson tion town treaty United whole
Side 2 - an act to regulate trade and intercourse with the Indian tribes, and to preserve peace on the frontiers...
Side 13 - Redfield and AP Chouteau or such persons as the President of the United States shall appoint and the money allowed for the same shall be expended in schools among the Osages and improving their condition. It is understood that the United States are to pay the amount allowed for the reservations in this article and not the Cherokees.
Side 34 - PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA TO ALL AND SINGULAR TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME, GREETING...
Side 34 - IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have caused the seal of the United States to be hereunto affixed.
Side 119 - Treasury; provided, that if the defendant or defendants neglect or refuse to pay at once the penalty and costs imposed, he or they shall be committed to the common jail of the county wherein the offence was committed until such penalty and costs are paid.
Side 13 - Cherokee nation the right by their national councils to make and carry into effect all such laws as they may deem necessary for the government and protection of the persons and property within their own country belonging to their people or such persons as have connected themselves with them...
Side 14 - Such persons and families as in the opinion of the emigrating agent are capable of subsisting and removing themselves shall be permitted to do so; and they shall be allowed in full for all claims for the same twenty dollars for each member of their family . and in lieu of their one year's rations they shall be paid the sum of thirty-three dollars and thirty-three cents if they prefer it.
Side 21 - This sum of six hundred thousand dollars shall be applied and distributed agreeably to the provisions of the said treaty, and any surplus which may remain after removal and payment of the claims so ascertained shall be turned over and belong to the education fund.
Side 13 - Harmony Missionary reservations which were established for their benefit are now situated within the country ceded by them to the United States; the former being situated in the Cherokee country and the latter in the State of Missouri. It is therefore agreed that the United States shall pay the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions for the improvements on the same what they shall be appraised at by Capt.