Speech Regarding Possession of Land and Past Treaties with Indian Confederacy

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Date July 31, 1793
Author Name Federal Commissioners Treaty at Sandusky (primary)
Recipient Name Deputies of the Confederation of Indian Nations (primary)
Summary Commissioners agreed the boundary line set at the Treaty of Fort Stanwix between the Indians and the British colonies was the Ohio River, but future treaties ceded tracts of land to the U.S. and therefore they could not remove settlers from the land.
Document Format Copy of Signed Document
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Related Persons/Groups Timothy Pickering; Governor Beverly Randolf; Benjamin Lincoln; Wyandots; Shawnees; Ottawas; hostile Indians; Indian Nation; Confederacy of Indians; St. Clair; King; colonies; Chippewas; Delawares; General Clark; ;
Related Places Fort Stanwix; Fort McIntosh; boundary; Ohio River; Mouth of the Miami; River; Lake Erie; British colonies; Pennsylvania; tracts of land; Fort Hamar; ;
Keywords treaty; ;
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