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Beyond Penn's Treaty

A Mission to the Indians from the Indian Committee of Baltimore Yearly Meeting to Fort Wayne, in 1804

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ART. 8. Trade to be conducted by licensed

ART. 9. Neither party to retaliate injuries,
but offenders to be punished by their own gov-
ernment, and Indians are to give notice of hos-
tile designs.

ART. 10; All other treaties within the
of this treaty cancelled.

The following tribes were parties to the treaty
of Greeneville;

the figures prefixed to the name
of each tribe shows the number of chiefs repre-
senting it, and proves that at the date of the
treaty, the Indians were a numerous people, viz:

10 Wyandots, 17 Delawares, 9 Shawanese, 7 Ottawas, 11 Chippewas, 24 Potowatamies, 5 Miamis, 3 Eel-river, 3 Weas, 3 Kickapoos, 3 Piankashaws, 3 Kaskaskias.

For the United States, Anthony Wayne

sole Commissioner.

The witnesses were:

H. DeButts, Aid and Sec'y to Gen. Wayne; W. H. Harrison, afterwards President of the
U.S., Aid to Gen. Wayne; J. Lewis, Aid to Gen. Wayne; James O'Hara, Quarter Master General; John Mills, Major, &c.; Caleb Soran, P. M. G. U. S.; George Demeter, Lieutenant, &c.;