Place ID: R0280000Title: Lavonture's Daughter Reserve
Parent Place ID: 1Source: N/AAcreage: 670.8430
State: N/ACounty: N/A
Royce Number: N/ARoyce Map Title: N/A
Transcription:1826 Treaty: One sections for Laventure's daughter, opposite the Islands, about fifteen miles below Fort Wayne "for the use of the said tribe" 1834 Treaty. "Article 8. The United States agree to cause patents in fee simple to issue to the following named persons, for the several tracts of land attached to their names, granted to them by former treaties, to wit:...To Lavonture's daughter, for one section of land on the Maumee river, granted to her by treaty of Wabash of 1826.
Fee SimpleStart Date: 10-23-1834
Communal ReservationStart Date: 10-23-1826
Communal until 1834 Treaty.
1826 Treaty at the Mississinewa
October 23, 1826
TREATY WITH THE MIAMI, 1826. Oct. 23, 1826. | 7 Stat., 300. | Proclamation, Jan. 24, 1827. Articles of a treaty made and concluded, near the mouth of the Mississinewa, upon the Wabash, in the State of Indiana, this twenty-third day of October, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty-six, between Lewis Cass, James B. Ray, and John Tipton, Commissioners on the part of the United States, and the Chiefs and Warriors of the Miami Tribe of Indians. ARTICLE 1. The Miami Tr...
1834 Treaty at the Forks of the Wabash
October 23, 1834
TREATY WITH THE MIAMI, 1834. Oct. 23, 1834. | 7 Stat., 458. | 7 Stat., 463. | Proclamation, Dec. 22, 1837. Articles of a treaty between the United States and the Miami tribe of Indians, concluded at the Forks of the Wabash, in the State of Indiana, on the 23d day of October, 1834, by and between William Marshall, commissioner of the United States, and the chiefs and warriors of said tribe. ARTICLE 1. The Miami tribe of Indians agree to cede to the United States the following described t...
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