Place ID: R1310000Title: Eečipaankwaawisiipi Reserve
Parent Place ID: 1Source: N/AAcreage: 2541.9130
State: IndianaCounty: N/A
Royce Number: 195Royce Map Title: Indiana
Transcription:1818 Treaty: One other reservation, of two miles square, on the river Salamanie, at the mouth of Atchepongqwawe creek.
- Miami Nation
- United States
- Squirrel : Anikoonsa
- Little Charley : Meehcikilita
- Duck : Šinkwaahkwa
- Big Leg : Neewilenkwanka
- Francis Lafontaine : Toohpia
- White Loon : Waapimaankwa
- Flat Belly : Peepakicia
- Little Maquri-ca
- Louison Godfroy : Poohkwaya
- Francis Comparet
- William Marshall
- Abel C. Pepper
- Allen Hamilton
- Lucien Stephen Peyre de Ferry
- Squirrel1 : Anikoonsa
Communal ReservationStart Date: 10-06-1818
Atchepongqwawe Creek Reserve (Eečipaankwaawisiipi). Acquired for the salt spring according to Riker, Two Accounts on the Wabash 1819, page 386.
1818 Treaty at St. Mary's
October 6, 1818
Articles of a treaty made and concluded, at St. Mary's, in the State of Ohio, between Jonathan Jennings, Lewis Cass, and Benjamin Parke, Commissioners of the United States, and the Miame nation of Indians. ARTICLE 1. The Miami nation of Indians cede to the United States the following tract of country: Beginning at the Wabash river, where the present Indian boundary line crosses the same, near the mouth of Raccoon creek; thence, up the Wabash river, to the reserve at its head, near Fort Wayne; ...
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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