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ARTICLE VII.

reftrained.

Left the firm peace and friendship now established fhould be interrupted by the miscon- Retaliation duct of individuals, the United States and Six Nations agree, that for injuries done by individuals on either fide, no private revenge or retaliation fhall take place; but, instead there. of, complaint fhall be made by the party injur ed, to the other: By the Six Nations or any of them, to the President of the United States, or the Superintendant by him appointed: and by the Superintendant, or other perfon appointed by the President, to the principal chiefs of the Six Nations, or of the nation to which the offender belongs and fuch prudent measures fhall then be purfued as fhall be neceffary to preferve our peace and friendship unbroken; until the legislature (or great council) of the United States fhall make other equitable provifion for the purpose.

NOTE. It is clearly understood by the parties to this treaty, that the annuity ftipulated in the fixth article, is to be applied to the benefit of fuch of the Six Nations and of their Indian friends united with them as aforefaid, as do 'or fhall refide within the boundaries of the United States: For the United States do not interfere with nations, tribes or families, of Indians elsewhere refident.

IN WITNESS Whereof, the faid Timothy Pick-
ering, and the Sachems and War-chiefs of
the faid Six Nations, have hereto set their
hands and feals.

DONE at Konon-daigua, in the ftate of
New-York, the eleventh day of No-
vember, in the Year one thousand fever
hundred and ninety-four.

TIMOTHY PICKERING, (L. s.).
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VOL. II.

O-no-ye-ah-nee, x

(L. s.)

Kon-ne-at-or-lee-ooh, x or

Handfome Lake.

(L. S.)

To-kenh-you-hau, x alias Capt. Key. (L. s.)

O-nes-hau-ee, x

(L. s.)

Hendrick Aupaumut,

(L. S.)

David Neefoonhuk, x

(L. S.)

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E-yoo-ten-yoo-tau-ook, x

(L. S.)

Kohn-ye-au-gong, alias Jake Stroud.

(L. s.)

Sha-gui-e-fa, x

(L. s.)

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Oo-tau-je-au-genh, x or Broken Axe.

(L. s.)

Tau-ho-on-dos, x or Open the Way.

(L. s.)

Twau-ke-wash-a, x

(L. S.)

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Se-qui-dong-quee, alias Little Beard.

Kod-je-ote, x or Half Town.
Ken-jau-au-gus, x or Stinking Fish.

(L. s.

(L. s.)

(L. s.)

Soo-noh-quau-kau, x

(L. s.)

Twen-ni-ya-na, x

(L. s.)

Jifh-kaa-ga, x, or Green Grass-hopper,

alias Little Billy.

(L. s.)

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Soo-a-yoo-wau, x

(L. s.)

Kau-je-a-ga-onh, x, or Heap of Dogs. (L. s.)

Soo-nooh-fhoo-wau, x

(L. s.)

T-ha-oo-wau-ni-as, x

(L. s.)

Soo-nong-joo-wau, x

(L. S.)

Kiant-whau-ka, x, alias Cornplanter.

(L. s.)

Kau-néh-fhong-goo, x

(L. s.)

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A TREATY

BETWEEN THE

UNITED STATES

AND THE

Oneida, Tufcorora, and Stockbridge
INDIAN S.

A TREATY between the United States and the Oneida, Tufcorora, and Stockbridge Indians, dwelling in the Country of the Oneidas. HEREAS, in the late war between

W Great-Britain and the United States

of America, a body of the Oneida and Tufcorora and the Stockbridge Indians, adhered faithfully to the United States, and affifted them with their warriors; and in confequence of this adherence and affiftance, the Oneidas and Tufcororas, at an unfortunate period of the war, were driven from their homes, and their houses were burnt and their property deftroyed And as the United States in the time of their diftrefs, acknowledged their obligations to these faithful friends, and promised to reward them: and the United States being now in a condition to fulfil the promises then made the following articles are ftipulated by the respective parties for that purpofe; to be in force when ratified by the Prefident and Senate.

ARTICLE I.

5000

diftributed

The United States will pay the fum of five gooo dol thousand dollars, to be diftributed among in- lars to be dividuals of the Oneida and Tufcorora nations, for pat as a compenfation for their individual loffes lofies and and fervices during the late war between

fervices.

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