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CHEROKEE PHOENIX AND INDIANS' ADVOCATE
Wednesday, February 25, 1829
Volume 1 No. 50
Page 2 Col. 1b

  LATE INDIAN TREATIES.- Several Treaties with the Indians have lately been ratified by the Senate, by which important cessions of land have been obtained.  For a tract on the Mississippi, Ouisconsin, &c. the United States, are to pay $20,000 in goods; for another, bordering on Lake Michigan, a perpetual annuity of $2,000 and an additional one of $1,000 for 20 years besides a present payment of $30,000 in goods, and $10,000 in goods, and $5,000 in specie in 1839, &c.  One thousand dollars per annum is to be expended for the purposes of education.