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35 2 " 40 each.
2" 50 Api-i-ca.......
26 16 each. Fic-lum-mi......
32, 62 2
2 60 Hal-pa-ta Fic-si-co.......
1 at 50
1 " 40 Fos Hut-chi Hacho........
1« 40 Ni-ha Fic-si-co........
40 2 « 40
80 Ta-co-sa Hacho......
20 60 Nalth-ka-put Tus ti-nuk-ki..
40 1 45 25
24 20 each.
1 « 19 George Cloud........
45 Fos: hut-chi Co-cho-mi...
1 a 50
130 Kat-cha Fic-si-co.........
60 1 « 50
1 « 50
1 “ 20 Pa-hos Hacho .........
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1 Tus-ti-nuk Chap-co......
Received of Albert Pike, Commissioner of the Confederate States to the Indian Nations west of Arkansas, the sum of forty dollars in full pay
ment of the within mentioned amount of forty dollars agreed to be paid
This and the two preceding folios are Schedule B, of the treaty with the four bands of the Ne-um, to which they are annexed as a part thereof
. ALBERT PIKE, Commissioner.
Dec. 21, 1861.
Ratification by Resolved, (two thirds of the Congress concurring.) That the Congress Congress of the of the Confederate States of America do advise and consent to the ratififoregoing treaty. cation of the articles of a Convention made by Albert Pike, Commis
sioner of the Confederate States to the Indian Nations west of Arkansas, in behalf of the Confederate States, of the one part, and the No-co-ni, Ta-nie-we, Co-cho-tih-ca and Ya-pa-rich-ca Bands of the Ne-um or Camanches of the Prairies and Staked Plain, by their Chiefs and head men, who signed the same articles, of the other part, concluded at the Wichita Agency, near the False Washita river, in the country leased from the Choctaws and Chickasaws, on the twelfth day of August, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-one, with the following
amendments, to-wit: Amendments. 1st. In the last paragraph of article thirteen where occur the words,
“ but this article creates no obligation to deliver up Mesicans who may
2d. Strike out all of article twenty.
TREATY WITH THE OSAGES,
OCTOBER 2, 1861.
ARTICLES OF A CONVENTION
Entered into and concluded at Park Hill, in the Cherokce Nation, on the October 2, 1861.
second day of October, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-one, between the Confederate States of America, by Albert Pike, their Commissioner, with full powers, appointed by the President, by virtue of an Act of the Congress in that behalf, of the one part, and the Great Osage Tribe of Indians, by its Chiefs and Headmen, who have signed these articles, of the other part.
ARTICLE I. The Great Osage Tribe of Indians and all the persons The Osage under thereof, do heraby place themselves under the laws and protection of the the protection of Confederate States of America, in peace and war, forever, and agree to be the C. S. true and loyal to t!:em under all circumstances.
ARTICLE II. The Confederate States of America do hereby promise and The C. S. asfirmly engage themselves to be, during all time, the friends and protectors sume the protectof the Great Osage Tribe of Indians, and to defend and secure them in orate. the enjoyment of all their rights; and that they will not allow them henceforward to be in any wise troubled or molested by any power or people, State or person whatever.
ARTICLE III. The Confederate States of America do hereby assure and The Osages to guarantee to the Great and Little Osage Tribes of Indians the exclusive hare the possesand undisturbed possession, use and occupancy, during all time, as long as sion and use of the grass
shall grow and water run, of the country heretofore secured to them them by the treaty by treaty with the United States of America, and which is described in with the U. S. the treaty of the second day of June, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-five, as being thus bounded, that is to say: Beginning at a point due east of White Hair's Village, and twenty-five Boundaries. miles west of the western boundary line of the State of Missouri, fronting on a north and south line, so as to leave ten miles north and forty miles south of the point of said beginning, and extending west, with the width of fifty miles, to the western boundary of the lands ceded and relinquished by said nations by that treaty, which lands shall not be sold or ceded by the said tribes, nor shall any part thereof, to any nation or people, except to the Confederate States, or to any individuals whatever ; and the same shall vest in the Confederate States, in case the said tribes become extinct or abandon the same.
Reservation of ARTICLE IV. The right is bereby reserved to the Confederate States to lands for Indian
select, in any unoccupied part of said country, a tract of two sections of agency.
land, as a reserve and site for an agency for the said tribes, which shall revert to the said tribes whenever it shall cease to be occupied for an
agency. · Establishment of ARTICLE V. The Confederate States shall have the right to establish in forts and military the said country such forts and military posts as they may deem necessary, .
and shall have the right to select for each such fort or post a tract of land Provigo.
one mile square, on which such fort or post shall be established: Provided, That if any person or persons have any improvements on any tract so selected, the value of such improvements shall be paid by the Government
to the owner thereof. Persons not to
Article VI. No person wbatever, shall be permitted to settle or reside settle upon the
upon the agency reserve, when it shall have been selected, except by the nor upon any re- permission of the agent; nor upon any reserve for a fort or military post, serve for forts, &c. except by the permission of the commanding officer; and every such
reserve, for the agency or the forts or military posts, shall be within the
sole and exclusive jurisdiction of the Confederate States. Free navigation Article VII. The Confederate States shall forever have the right of of water courses. free navigation of all navigable streams and water courses, within or
running through the country hereby assured and guaranteed to said tribes. The Osage coun- ARTICLE VIII
. The Confederate States hereby guarantee that the try not to be included within the
country hereby secured to said Great and Little Osage Tribes shall never bounds of any be included within the bounds of any State or Territory, nor shall
of State or Territory, the laws of any State or Territory ever be extended over, or put in force or to be under the laws thereof.
within, any part of the said country; and the President of the ConferleProtection
rate States will cause the said tribes to be protected against all molestation again s t other or disturbance at the hands of any other tribe or nation of Indians, or of tribes or persons. any other person whatever; and he shall have the same care and superin
tendence cver them as was heretofore had by the President of the United
States. Hunting and ARTICLE IX. The members of the said Great and Little Osage Tribes of killing of game. Indians shall have the right, henceforward, of hunting and killing game,
in all the unoccupied country west of the possessions of the Cherokees, Seminoles, Choctaws and Chickasaws, without molestation from any quarter, being, while so engaged therein, under the protection of the Con
federate States. Perpetual peace Article X. There shall be perpetual peace and brotherhood between and brotherhood the Great and Little Osage Tribes of Indians, and the Cherokees, MuskoOsages and other kies, Seminoles, Choctaws and Chickasaws, and the bands uf Wichitas, tribes.
Cado Hadachos, Huecos, Tawacaros, Anadaghcos, Toncawes, Kichais,
Choctaws and Chickasaws, and the Peneteghca, Noconi, Taneiwe, YapaInjuries, &c, to rihca and Cochotihca bands of the Neum or Comanches; and every injury be forgiven and forgotten.
or act of hostility which either has heretofore sustained or met with at the
hands of the other, shall be forgiven and forgotten. The Osages and ARTICLE XI. The Great and Little Osage Tribes of Indians, and the said other nations
several other nations, tribes and bands shall henceforth be good neighbors good neighbors to each other.
to each other, and there shall be a free and friendly intercourse among them. And it is hereby agreed by the said Great Osage Tribe, as has
already been agreed by all the others except the Little Osage Tribe, that Right of prop- the horses, cattle and other stock and property of each nation, tribe or erty ia horses, cattle and stock.
band, and of every person of each, is bis or its own; and that no person belonging to the Great Osage Tribe shall, or will hereafter, kill, take away or injure any such property of another tribe or band, or of any
member of any other tribe or band, or in
barm. Perpetual peace Article XII. Especially there shall be perpetual peace and friendship
between said Great Osage Tribe and the Cherokees, Mus-ko-kies, Seminoles, and frio n d ship Choctaws and Chickasaws, and the Chiefs and headmen of the said Great with tho Cherokeos
and other Indian Osage Tribe shall do all in their power to take and restore any negroes, nations. horses or other property stolen froin white men, or from persons belonging Return of s'olen to either of said five nations, and to catch and give up any person among
proper'y. them, wino may kill or steal, or do any otlier eril act.
ARTICLE XIII. In order that the friendship now established between the No private resaid Great Osage Tribe of Indians and the Confederate States and the vengo of retaliaother Indian nations, tribes and bands aforesaid, may not be interrupted for injuries done tu by the misconduct of individuals, or bands of individuals, it is hereby the Usages. agreed that for injuries done by individuals, no private revenge or retaliation shall take place, but instead thereof, complaint shall be made by the Mode of redress. said Great Osage Tribe of Indians, when any individual thereof is injured, to the agent of the Confederate States for the Osages and other tribes, who shall investigate the complaint, and, if he finds it well-founded, shall report the same to the Superintendent, who will cause the wrong to be redressed, and the person or persons doing the wrong to be arrested, whether he be a white man or an Indian: and he or they shall be tried for the same
Trial and pun. agreeably to the laws of the Confederate Staies or of the State or Terni. ishment of wrong
doer. tory against which he may have offended, and be punished in the same manner and with the same severity as if the injury had been done to a white man. And it is also agreed, that if any member of the Great Osage Redress for intribe shall do any injury to the person or property of any white man or of juries done by ile
Osages. a member of any other Indian nation or tribe under the protection of the Confederate Stites, the offender shall be given up to the agent, upon complaint niade to him and on his demand, the wrong shall be redressed by him, and the offender be tried for the offence agreeably to the laws of the Confederate States, or of the State, Territory or nation against which he may have offended : Provided, That he shall be punished in no other
Provigo. manner nor with any greater severity than a citizen of the Confederato States, or of such State, Territory or nation would be, if he liad committed the same offence.
ARTICLE SIV. It is hereby further agreed that the Chiefs of the Great Horses or other Osage tribe shall use every exertion in their power to recover any horses or properly etolen to other property that
may be stolen from any citizen of the Confederate States or froin any inember of any other Indian tribe under the protection of the Confederate States by any person or persons whatever, aud found within the limits of their country, and the property so recovered shall be furthwith delivered to the owner or to the agent to be restored to him. If in Proceeding any case the right to the property claimed is contested by the person in where right to possession, the agent shall sunimarily investigate the case, and upon hear-property is coning the testimony of witnesses, shall decide the right to the property, and order it to be retained or delivered up accordingly. Either party may Appeal. appeal from his decision to the superintendent, whose decision shall be final in all cases, the property, in the meantime, remaining in the custody of the agent. It in any case the exertions of the Chiefs to cause the restoration of stolen property prove ineffectual, and the agent is satisfied from the testiinony that it was actually stolen, or received with knowledge of its being stolen, by any person belonging to the Great Osage tribe, he shall When restitution so report to the superintendent, with a copy of the testimony; which shall the value of the for that purpose be always reduced to writing; and the superintendent shall, property stolen to if satisfied from the testiinong, deduct from the annuity of the tribe a sum be deducted from
the annuity of the equal to the value of the property stolen.
ARTICLE XV. The Conföderate States hereby guarantee full and fair pay- When the valuo ment to the owner, of the actual and full value of all horses and other of the property property stolen froin any person or persons belonging to the Great Osage by the C. S. to the tribe, by any citizen of the Confederate States, or by any Indian of any owner.