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" Kentucke or Cuttawa river. And in consideration of the peace now established ; of the goods formerly received from the United States ; of those now to be delivered ; and of the yearly delivery of goods now stipulated to be made hereafter; and to indemnify... "
Past and Present of Wyandot County, Ohio: A Record of Settlement ... - Page 51
edited by - 1913
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History of the Maumee Valley: Commencing with Its Occupation by the French ...

Horace S. Knapp - Allen County (Ind.) - 1872 - 667 pages
...line to the Ohio, so as to intersect that river opposite the mouth of Kcntuckc or Cuttawa river. And in consideration of the peace now established ; of...injuries and expenses they have sustained during the war ; the said Indian tribes do hereby cede and relinquish forever, all their claims to the lands lying...
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History of the Border Wars of Two Centuries: Embracing a Narrative of the ...

Charles Richard Tuttle - Indians of North America - 1874 - 608 pages
...line to the Ohio, so as to intersect that river opposite the mouth of Kentucky or Cuttawa river. And in consideration of the peace now established; of...injuries and expenses they have sustained during the war; the said Indian tribes do hereby cede and relinquish, forever, all their claims to the lands lying...
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Our Indian Wards

George Washington Manypenny - Indianen van Noord-Amerika - 1880 - 436 pages
...mouth of the Kentuckc or Cuttawa river." The same article of the treaty has this stipulation in it: " In consideration of the peace now established; of...from the United States; of those now to be delivered ; of the yearly delivery of goods now stipulated to be made hereafter; and to indemnify the United...
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The Treaty of Greenville: Being an Official Account of the Same, Together ...

Frazer Ells Wilson - Greenville, Treaty of, 1795 - 1894 - 103 pages
...established, of the goods formerly received from the United States, of those now to be delivered, and of a yearly delivery of goods now stipulated to be made...injuries and expenses they have sustained during the war, the said Indian tribes do hereby cede and relinquish forever. all their claims to the lands lying eastwardly...
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The Treaty of Greenville: Being an Official Account of the Same, Together ...

Frazer Ells Wilson - Greenville, (Ohio) - 1894 - 103 pages
...the Ohio, so as to intersect that river, opposite the mouth of the Kentucky, or Cuttawa river. And in consideration of the peace now established, of...United States, of those now to be delivered, and of a yearly delivery of goods now stipulated to be made hereafter, and to indemnify the United States...
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Ohio History, Volume 12

Ohio - 1903
...the Ohio, so as to intersect that river, opposite the mouth of the Kentucke, or Cuttawa river. And in consideration of the peace now established, of...to indemnify the United States for the injuries and expences they have sustained during the War, the said Indian tribes do hereby cede and relinquish forever,...
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Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties, Volume 2

United States - Indians of North America - 1903
...line to the Ohio, so as to intersect that river opposite the mouth of Kentucke or Cuttawa river. And in consideration of the peace now established; of the goods formerly received from the United btates; of those now to be delivered, and of the yearly deliver\T of goods now stipulated to be made...
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Ohio ArchŠological and Historical Quarterly

Ohio - 1903
...the Ohio, so as to intersect that river, opposite the mouth of the Kentucke, or Guttawa river. And in consideration of the peace now established, of the goods formerly received from the United Stages, of those now to be delivered, and of the yearly delivery of goods now stipulated to be made...
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Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties, Volume 2

United States - Indians of North America - 1904
...line to the Ohio, so as to intersect that river opposite the mouth of Kentucke or Cuttawa. river. And in consideration of the peace now established; of...injuries and expenses they have sustained during the war; the said Indians tribes do hereby cede and relinquish forever, all their claims to the lands lying...
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Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties, Volume 2

United States - Indians of North America - 1903
...line to the Ohio, so as to intersect that river opposite the mouth of Kentucke or Cuttawa river. And in consideration of the peace now established; of...injuries and expenses they have sustained during the war; the said Indian tribes do hereby cede and relinquish forever, all their claims to the lands lying eastwardly...
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