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drop-title] Indians?Stockbridge, Wiskonsin. Petition of the Stockbridge nation of Indians in Wiskonsin, for remuneration for the expenses of their removal from New York; and that the title to their lands be guarantied to them by the United States. February 6, 1840. Referred to the Committee on Indian Affairs.

Stockbridge Mohican Nation.

Published by Blair & Rives, printers, [Washington], 1840
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Memorial of the sachem and chiefs of the Stockbridge Nation asking Congress to make an "appropriation of a sum equal to the sum allowed to the Oneidas under the treaty of 1838, to remunerate the chiefs and agents of the Stockbridge nation for their services and expenses in obtaining a title to the lands now owned by the United States, and originally purchased by them and the other New York tribes; snf . that the said Stockbridge nation shall be forever secured in the possession of their present reservation on Winnebago lake, in the Territory of Wiskonsin." Signed in type: "Austin E. Quinney, (sachem) his x mark. . John Metoxen [and 38 others]" Includes the "Speech of the Wapanakeh and Delaware chiefs to President Jefferson, in 1808." "Government document: 26th Congress, 1st Session. Doc. No. 127. Ho. of Reps. 8vo. 11 pp. Removed from a nonce volume. First page with ink numeral in upper margin. Leaves with short tear in outer margin. Bookseller Inventory # 12365

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Title: drop-title] Indians?Stockbridge, Wiskonsin. ...

Publisher: Blair & Rives, printers, [Washington]

Publication Date: 1840

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