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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Henry Simmons letterbooks, Vol. 1 1797

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States; or the Superintendant by him appointed and by
the superintendant, or other Persons appointed by the
President to the Principal Chiefs of the Six Nations
or of the nation to which the offender belongs, and
such prudent Measures shall then be persu’d as are necess-
ary, to preserve our peace and Friendship unbroken,
untill the Legislature (or great Council) of the United States
shall make other equitable provision for the purpose;

Note It is clearly understood by the parties to this
Treaty, that the annuity Stipulated in the Sixt article
is to be applied to the benefit of such of the Six Nations
and of their Indian Friends united with them as afore-
said, as do or shall reside within the Boundaries of the
United States; For the United States do not interfere
with, Nations Tribes or Families of Indians elsewere
resident, In witness whereof the Said Timothy Pic-
and the Sachems and war Chiefs of the Said
Six Nations have have unto set their Hands and Seals
Done at Konnonduigua in the State of Newyork,
the Eleventh Day of the Eleventh Month in the year