Terms of Treaties hereafter to be made with Certain Tribes of Indians. (To accompany bill H. R. 210.) . the Committee on Indian Affairs, made the following Report.

Indian Treaties.

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11 pp.; issued as 33d Congress, 1st Session, HR 133; light extraction roughness at spine, now in self wrappers; the Committee suggests that future treaties should give each Indian a homestead as an individual rather than a member of a group and if "sobriety and industry mark his conduct for a period of two years" he can be admitted to citizenship, while the Indian is enjoying the benefits of living with a "virtuous and moral white population" the "the crack of the emigrant's whip" and the "merry jest and joyous laugh of the Caucasian man" can continue to ring through the vast wilderness unimpeded. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Terms of Treaties hereafter to be made with ...
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Publication Date: 1854
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Book Description Washington:, 1854. Book Condition: Good. *Price HAS BEEN reduced this weekend for our ABEBOOKS November SALE* 11 pp.; issued as 33d Congress, 1st Session, HR 133; general age toning but not fragile, untrimmed copy in self wrappers with a single thread tie; the Committee suggests that future treaties should give each Indian a homestead as an individual rather than a member of a group and if "sobriety and industry mark his conduct for a period of two years" he can be admitted to citizenship, while the Indian is enjoying the benefits of living with a "virtuous and moral white population" the "the crack of the emigrant's whip" and the "merry jest and joyous laugh of the Caucasian man" can continue to ring through the vast wilderness unimpeded. Bookseller Inventory # ZB473190

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